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r T eJfewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 37 — Number 11 Miami, Florida. Friday, March 13, 1964 Three Sections — Price 20z Golda Meir Says Peace Nearer: Arabs Delay Attack Plans LONDON — (JTA) — Mrs. Golda Mcir. Israel's n Minister, expressed the belief this week peace in the Middle East might be regarded ,, becoming more of a reality because the Arab rulers had placed themselves in a strategic bind. She told a press conference thit the announced Aral) intention was not to attack until they were ol victory. While they awaited that occasion, was steadily growing stronger, making the ted attack "a less and less attractive proposition she said. In the wide-ranging interview, she also said that the projected tap of the Jordan River would go into effect some time this year and called the Arab threat of force to prevent it the first time in international relations that any countries had threatened to cut off another country's water resources. She had previously asserted on a nationwide television that if the Arabs tried it, Israel would defend itself "whenever attacked and for whatever reason." She said at the press conference that Israel hoped the Arabs would give serious second thoughts to their plans for jsing force. Soviet Union Publishes Anti %  Semitic Book; AJCommittee's Abram Shows Nazi Caricatures i \ '* *^B if*! VV4 B # -i*i^Hi l^fc ^jcaH • vP*K^5 kwTJ ration" of the late Pope *i' ; Ml .ind expressed the hope k that the play would not alluv <• 1 "to drive a wedge" be''ii Catholics and Jews in this, tuntrj The first American per%  irmance opened on Broadway last %  ek. I The Cardinal did not mention f< plaj -which accuses the late fontiff ( ,f failing to speak out pub*'. v gainst the Nazi wartime politer of European Jewry—by jme in a prepared statement. He piKedid he had not seen nor read f" Play "but like most people, I K' 1 I know its tack—so much has P tn written and said about it." He said rhat when Pope Pius Sl d in the fall of 1SS, he was mourned by people of all faiths "especially in the Jewish people to whom he had been a loyal friend in the tragic hours of Naii persecution." He declared that the play "in effect holds Pope Pius XII guilty of Nazi crimes. Only six years after his death our Holy Father is being tried and condemned on the stage." •I pray that the people of New York will not allow it to drive a wedge between Christians and Jews, with whom we have suffered together, for whom we have the greatest respect and the friendliest feelings and for whom also we have deep and hearfelt sympathy in the terrible and tragic sorrow which they have known," the Cardinal stated. Herman Shumlin producer of the drama here, said after the Cardinal's words had been read to him Continued on Page 7-A TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Two Islaeli generais wno Had played prominent roles in Israel's War of Liberation retorted sharply Monday to .1 statement by former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. who had implied that a third general would have been much more successful in the field against the Arab forces in 1948-49. Mr. Ben Gurion sparked the dispute in an interview in Haboker. a morning newspaper here, in which he -tated that, had Moshc Dayan been Israel's chief of staff during the 1348-49 defensive war against the Arabs. Israel's borders would have been "different" an! its military achievements 'greater." (During that war, Mr. Dayan was in charge of a commando unit that had scored great successes. He became chief of staff of Israel's armed forces in 1953. and was the general 111 charge when Israel defeated the Egyptians in the Sinai campaign in 1956-57. Heis now Minister of Agriculture.) By making that statement, Mr. Ben-Gurion was seen as having downgraded the military achievements of three former generals — Gen. Yaacov Dori, now president of Technion, who was chief of staff in 1948; Gen. Yigael Yadin, chief of operations under Dori, later chief of staff, rcw a prominent archeologist; and Maj. Gen. Yigal Allon, who commanded several important fronts in 1948, r.ow Israel's Minister of Labor. Gen. Dori has declined thus far to be drawn into the controversy. But Yadin and Allon have replied tartly. Gen. Yadin countercharged with an assertion that Mr. BenContinued on Page 6-A GIN. YIGAtl YADIN Claims Conference Lists Allocations BRUSSELS — (JTA) — Allocations totaling $10,640,800, to be given in 1964 to Jewish communities and institutions around the world, serving about 250.000 Jewish victims of Nazism in 32 countries, were made here at the concluding session of a two-day parley held by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. By major categories, the 1964 funds wili include $7,550,000 to the Joint Distribution Committee for relief and resettlement activities in Europe and Australia; S2.449447 for cultural and educational reconstruction; and $300,000 for the Israel Purchasing Mission in West Germany plus Conference administrative expenses. The Conference, organixed by major Jewish organizations ir the Western world to represent victims of Nazism outside Israel, participated in the 19S2 negotiaContinued on Page 13-A



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Page 2-A 9-Jmlstncriidliar Friday, March NOTED PHILANTHROPIST David Phillips, Miami Leader, Dead at Age 76 Other Obituaries Page 15-B c and religious leader <'i Miami Beach. David Phillip-. Ol 590 Alton Rcl died Mar. 8 al the •t 76. Phillips came here 27 'yean when he retired from the roofing Mipply business in Chicaii". Minneapolis and Los Angeles. A member of Temple Israel, Phillips was a founder, trustee and secretary of the Board ol Trustees oi Mt. Sinai Hospital, lie served on the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and as vice president of the Jewish Home for the Aged. He belonged to the Masons and Shriners, had been named a fellow of Brandeis University, and was one of the founders of Westview Country Club. Surviving are his wife, Byrtha Mae; two sons. Julian, of Chicago and Herbert, of Detroit: a daughter. Mrs. Mona Berz. of Chicago; two brothers. Al. of Minneapolis, and Irwill, of Los Angeles; two sisters, Mrs. Sarah L'nschuld and Airs. Anne Priestman, both of Minneapolis; and five grandsons. Services were held Mar. 10 at Temple Israel, with Riverside Funeral Home in charge of arrangements Interment was at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Soviet Prints Anti-Semitic Book DAVIO PHILLIPS TERMITES SWARMING? call Urlcin for the uke of your homo 'Back to School' At Temple Menorah Newly-organized Parents of Menorah will sponsor its first %  B ack to School Night" on Thursday. Mar. 19. at 8:15 p.m. Louis Schwartzman. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. will explore the subject "A Parent i? the Teacher."' Faculty members will meet with parents to discuss class material and individual subjects taught. Following Schwartiman's talk, Heril Honor, school principal, will moderate a question and answer period. Stafl members of Temple Menorah Religious School are Norms Robinowitz. Miriam Kachioff. Benjamin Altshuler. Emanuel Fcder. Rita Honor. Shirley Lipsitz. Abraham Moskovitz, Laraine Friedman Lom.Ku.~en>. Rebecca Stem Lin %  Hall and Barbara Se gal. l.' lers i the sp insoring group are Mesdames Harry Friedman. Edward Greenberg, Marshall Kratzer. BernarJ Potasch. Milton Rob l>n>. Julio Schniadoski. Saul Strachman. Howard Weinstock. Norman Willinger. Isidore Wollowick and Jack Zuckerman. Mrs. Stanley Wallman is chair ing the evening. Continued from Page 1-A %  character wearing phylacteries and dipping into a plateful of money, and is captioned All Sorts ol Swindlers and Cheats Find Refuge in the Synagogue Another caricature shows three men fighting under a Star of David and icaptioned "The Swindlers in Religious Articles sometimes Wage Battles Among Themselves Over the Division ol the Spoils. A third illustration shows •< hook-nosed man licking a boot embellished with the swastika and i-, captioned -During the Years of Hitlerite Occupation, the Zionist LeaderServed the Fascists. The book declares that the Talmud denigrates work, advocates business, morally degrades a man. It adds that the Talmud also scorns labor and the laborer, and divides people into masters and servants. A foreword to the book, written by a Professor A. Vedensky, states that the reader "will learn a great deal of the subtleties of insidious Jewish morals." Abram, who said he will pass on the book to the State Depart ment, declared he would also take up the matter uith Boris Ivi the com Sonet member ol the UN Subbook was obtained froj 3 mission. He noted that the eler. ,-->I... HAVE YOU TRIED MOUNTAIN^ VALLEY WATER ..AS AN AID FOR ARTHRITIS and KIDNEY-BLADDER IRREGULARITIES You should, because the recommended daily amount helps to: • STIMULATE KIDNEY ACTION • SOOTHE BLADDER IRRITATION • NFUTRALIZE EXCESS URINE ACIDITY • DISCHARGE WASTES Join the thousands who enjoy and benefit from this delightful-tasting water from Hot Springs, Arkansas. Call for your first order TODAY, learn how Mountain Valley Water may help you. Consult your doctor. 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Friday. March 13, 1964 +Jeni$t) noridKann Page 3-A Israel UN Official to be Guest Speaker At Histadrut Award Dinner Mar. 29 Jeron ;mil chi &S CQl. JACOB KONBAZ Industralists Will .Hear About JYS Greene, Miami attorney an <>i the Employer's Advisor; lommittee of the Board ol Directors of Jewish Vocational Service, announced a luncheon meeting f Miami industrialistlor Mar. 2fc Co-hostS "ill be Martin Lodge. president erf Daryl Products Corp and Ronald Pallol. vice president ol Norton Tire Co. The meeting is a new concept ol employer enlightenment about Jewish 'vocational Service. After the luncheon, scheduled for the Standard Club ol the Dupont Plaza, a small group of industrialists will he made acquainted with the benelits the Jewish Vocational Sevice car. render for them with the aid of visual demonstrations and short discussions. Members of the Kmploycrs AdM.sory Committee of the Board of Directorare Kichard Blickman, Andrew teller. Charles Hertzoff. iandfoni Levkofl. Norton Pallot, Saul Schuman and Sam Stark. Free Passover Haggadahs A limiti I number of Haggadahs [or Pass •• r. courtesy ol Maxwell House off* es, are now available ;,: the ffices ol The Jewish Flor idia'n. Haggadahs, available to subscribers, may be picked up daily i lL'o N %  li St. Col. Jacob Monbaz will be pnn cipal speaker at a Third Seder eel ebration honoring Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers as Histadrut Woman of the Year. The function, sponsored by the Business and Professional Council lor Kupat Ilolim, will be held Sunday night. Mar. 29, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Jacob Rifkin, recently honored at a champagne supper by Kupat Holim here, when he received the Man of the Year Award, will be honorary chairman of the function. Sam Feinstein, president of the Israel Histadrut Committee ol Greater Miami, said that the guest speaker was born in Minsk. Russia, in 1914. In 192H. his parents left Russia and moved lo Koenigsberg, East Prussia, Germany, where he received inhigh school education and was an active member of several Zionist youth organizations, such as Blau-Weiss, Kadima and Hechalutz, He immigrated to Pal cstine in 1932 In I'ale-tine. he attended the ag ricultural school of "Mikve Israel" and later on worked in the Pales Color Slides To be Shown At the Library Irving Pollack, organizer of the first amateur motion picture camera club in America, will show color slides on Mexico at the Allapattah Branch of the Miami Public Library, 1799 NW 35th St., on Friday evening. Mar. 20. at 7:30 i p.m. The slides nave been edited and -elected by Pollack as the best of over SIM) color slides w hich he took on a trip through Mexico in 1962. His taped narration and Mexican music played by the famous Marimba Hand of the State of Chiapas accompany the slides. tine Electric Corp. Col. Monbai joined the Haganah shortly after his arrival in Palestine. During World War II, he served with a Palestine Artillery unit and the British 8th Army in the Middle East. His unit was incorporated into the Jewish Brigade and saw action on the Italian front. At the end of the, war, he was sent to Germany where he became engaged in work concerning refugees. Upon his return to Palestine in 1941!. he joined the permanent Cadre of the Haganah and was commissioned in 1943 to form the first artillery unit of the Israeli Army. Since then, he has been serving as an officer in the Army Oi Israel and holds the rank of Sgan-AluL (Lieutenant Colonel). During the Sinai campaign, he was the Quartermaster of the Southern Command. Since 1957, he served as general staff officer of armistice I affairs and was attached to the Foreign Office. He was recently 1 appointed counselor to the Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations, and took up his presi ent position in August. 1962. 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Page 14-B Fsge 4-A fJewish fhridlar ft d '" and he by LEO MINULIW nevertheless is willing to of fer some sage advice on the controversial play. In his view he understands the "tack" of the drama and therefore feels Qualified to express an opinion We are two men of the same mind, the Cardinal and I Why not join him-and the rest of the throng? The Rolt Hochhuth piece has certainly raited some partisan reactions. The strangest thing of all is the kind of partisans they have brought together into the same camp. When have Jews and Catholics last been so determined in their mutual brotherly love to wipe an intellectual utterance oft the face of the earth? Fot the first time In history, both profess to feel challenged and even threatened by a common enemy. This is especially emphasized by a man like Francis Cardinal Spellman. himself, who has never to my perhaps limited knowledge had a thing to say publicly about the .lews, other than possibly r a sy sudden, he seems determined to point to me among the rest of us as a human being who mourned the passing oi Tins XII because ol all the splendid things Pius did in my behalf during the Hitlet era .j. •:• •:• THI CATHOLIC POSITION /$ CHAR I MUST HERS nk to -.!-. that I do not. in fact recall % % %  m |, i s thi Pius XII passed awa> Let i i %  i el> recall they were not as pro!" imsolable as at the moment when I learn ;| U loltn I itZ erald Kennedy All ol which Is aj ol sayint thai Cat Spellman errs when he speaks foi hut this is sadl; e li %  • mil >kc ol his colleaguei presumed to speak loi i I can certain!} „,;..,,: \h Hochhuth does little I ro ihe im. i ol the late Pontil \a consequence, the pi; reflects in a | s inhumanitanan way upon the Church; an the poorl) oriented among u.> mighi therefore leave a perform or a reading ol "The Dei vilh the impression that the Vaticai lias at tunes in the past shown less than brotherly feelings towai the Jews Furthermore when Cardinal Spellman now points to us pub licly as exampleoi men who grieved the loss oi Pius Xll becausi oi his unflagging resistance against the Nazi scourge, he is hims taking the right tack. For tacksmanship in this whole cootrovers) is the very nub ol who will eonie away looking best. A CKHIQUl Of POOR MASON BUT I KEEP wondering about Bill) Hose who last year pulled out %  oi his decision to co-produce "The Deputy" with Herman shun lin, leaving Mr. Shumlin with the difficult professional and intellec tual responsibilit) to bring the Hochhuth play to New York and stage n all by himself. What did hi' foresee that he tried to avoid And what do the Jews generally foresee, now that they have corroborated Mr Rose's prophetic vision'' It the) are to be honest at all in their objectii n to the play, the) can onl) argue that the author tends to shift the responsibility loi the Nazi holocaust from the Germans who tolerated and genera' it to the Vatican which in their view at worst, failed to speak out against it Even ii the charge against the Pontiff is substantiate.! it does unquestionably dilute the original German sin. But I do not believe that this was Mr. Hochhuth's intention li it is a weakness ol "The Deputy." it was hardly meant to be whitewash; and I can sa) so with the same intellectual honesty tha< Francis Cardinal Spellman mustered in his attack upon the play"> alleged dish rtion ol (act What it comes down to is that Ihe Jews, goaded on by higlni politically-oriented Jewish powers are here performing in theii classic role ol hairsplitting Talmudist, even if it means beating thenown souls and betraying their own history They have been shown a flaw in the logic ol the Hochhuth piece by other Jews with far different motivation than a critique of pom reason, and an willing to plaj the court jester not onl) in .ID effort to debunk it, but also to repress I PARTNIRS IN THf HUMAN fRATfflNITY LJISTORY SUGGESTS sufficient evidence to accept the thesis thai •'nix XII may have chosen silence as a political expedient in the face ol the Hitlerian challenge. For Cardinal Spellman or an) one else to "explain" the Vatican choice on the basis of the "great or threat, the impending Communist onslaught from the East, is so much patent bilge. For this uas precisely the excuse Adolt BRlei nimseli. used in his rape ol Europe and decimation of six million Jews: that the Bolsheviks as the common enemy, needed Immediate annihilation. To get down to the bare bones of it all: the Jews are simpl) worried about offending their Catholic brethren now that things are Declining to KO well." This may ultimately be a valid position ut I have yet to find ample demonstration that things are in fact M>ing so well. I shall, for my part, wait to see how the next Ecumenical session turns out. particularly with respect to Paragraphs ntici i Rr nt hT''V U k SS the power manipulators, who have taken all tu> Krotnerly Love bit as their own particular "tack" and project diaogues and now trialogues of peace and joy far into the future, are nJ. K ad,nK ,h,ir fellow Jews in New York to do neither more nor less than engage in a huge book-burning. If they feel that "The ii,i \u IS e !" M>ering the future Jewish-Catholic rapprochment. is is their_ privilege; but let them not advise us to adopt the tech ques oi the historic experts at auto-da-fe in the name of some tenuous possibility thai we and they shall someday be partners in • I,: i.. ., ,v %  %  im-y snail sc this I. ss than human fraternity called mankind.



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Friday. March 13. 1964 fJmisti fkridiar? Page 5-A IETTER TO THE EDITOR Rabbi Clarifies Stand on Schools EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: As footnote to my recent article in The Jewish Floridian, may I clarify to readers that my comments in connection with high school education is a purely local problem. On the national and international scene, the service ol the Mesivta-type high schools is the foundation of Torah and religious educa EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: The hook I purchased in a downtown thrift shop cost only a quarter, its cover was worn, the pages shaky, and it was published in 191(1 in London. The editors. Goodman & Lewis, called the volume "Zionism: Problems and Views." Some twenty Jewish notables of the peri.'! had contributed essays, and I noticed among the contents the '. ords and music of the "Hatikvah," copyrighted that same year. VVa> this the first printing of this song? Other contributors were D. de Sola Pool. Israel Zangwill. Herbert Bentwich. Ac-had Ha'am, Max Nor\ Make Surfside The Cleanest, The Healthiest, Most Prosperous, Dynamic and Restful Town For Relaxed Living



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Page 14-B rage 6-A vjenlsti fhrkHan Friday, March 12, 1964 Italians Acquit Judge ofWaking Offensive Remark Record number of cards is scored by members of B nai B nth Lodges from every area of Dade County at a breakfast meeting on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal conducted by Judge Milton A. Friedman, chairman of General Solicitation. Representing all Dade County B'nai B'rith Lodges is Moe Feingold (left), president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges, shown accepting CJA pledge cards from Judge Friedman (right). Other B'nai B'rith representatives present were Arthur Horowitz, chairman of North Dade Lodge; Charles Kosove, incoming presiden', Freedom Lodge: Samuel Weiner, Miami Beach Lodge; Alfred Rosen, president. North Shore Lodge; David Sacks, Coral Gables Lodge; Eli Hurwitz, past president, Sholem Lodqe; Robert J. Friedman, past president, Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge; and Mark Fuchs, president, Kendall-I'errine Lodge. Gurion Battles Generals ROMK-UTA— The Italian Supreme Court upheld this week the acquittal of Juclf-'e Giovanni Du%  rand0 on charges of offending the Jewish religion in a ease wnicn developed during the trial ol Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem. Judge Durando, editor of a weekly periodical, published an article cle elaring thai -lews were "to be considered deicides in action," and "unconscientious and permanent authors ol Christ's crucifixion, deprived of the capacity to Judge anybody not belonging to their ol (spring and lacking morality of any value." A Jewish group whose members constituted themselves •* offended plaintiffs joined with %  public attorney in bringing the charge against Judge Durando who was acquitted by a lower court. Jewish sources said the decision ol the Supreme Court paved the way for a bid tor legislation to equate the Jewish religion with the state Catholic religion in regard to protecting adherents from contempt lor religion. This has been a long-standing goal of Italian Jews. The .-learly upreme Court decision lation to deal with pubh indicated the lack of legis-1 sions of contempt tor Ju expn Continued from Page 1-A Gurion himself, as Premier and Minister of Defense, was responsible for political decisions which resulted in withdrawal of successful Israeli forces from some of the conquered areas. Conceding that some of Mr. Ben-Gurion's political decisions may have been partly justified at the time, he insisted, nevertheless, that Mr. Ben-Gurion's •'wrongful intrusions into tactical matters" had also caused some military setbacktor the Israeli army. Cm. Allon went further. Re j ferring to Mr. Ben-Gurion. he said: "When the Premier-Defense Minl ister ordered a halt in our army's I advance, the Israeli army was ;it the height ot its military victories. all the way from Lebanon in the 1 north to the Sinai in Egypt. In a few more days, Israel could have completed the destruction of the invading forces and the freeing of the whole of Israel." Popkins to Attend Camping Confab Herman and Harry Popkin. ol Atlanta. Ga.. and Blue Star Camps. Hendersonville, N. C, will attend the 28th national convention of the American Camping Association from Mar. 17 to 21, in Pittsburgh. Pa. They will be among the 2.000 delegates representing private, agency, institutional, travel and specialized camps from throughout the United States who gather once every two years to discuss problems and the future of the camp ing movement. The Popkins are active sectionally and regionally in A.C.A.. having served on both the region and national boards. When you plan that trip to Israel. .. plan to flynon-stop via EL AL* Why? 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Friday, March 13, 1964 fJenisii norndfiair Page 7-A %  M Silent Men By MAX L.ERNER Spell man Says Jews Mourned Passing of Pius Continued from Page 1-A ,tween Christians and Jew-. To anyone reading or hearing the that the general e.reet of this lh s M,gr Tin th y •'• Fl > nn 0l Cardinal's statement would reach statement was almost a calculated ,n( archdiocesan offices comment the conclusion that Mr. Shumlin threat to really drive a wedge beed: "I cannot comprehend how claims he reached." \e now seen it three times, this moral blockbuster of a play: once. London (when I wrote a column about it), then in the Paris versil I and now in New York. I feel that if I were to see it again I tnighl : 'id myself prompting the actors. Now it has appeared in the lull be h version — 'The Deputy" by Kolf Hochhuth (Grove Press)— which runs two or three times the length of any ot the acting versions and. ; being more complete, has an even more powerful impact. I \,ould suggest to the pickets whom I saw outside the theater, most .::' whom had never seen the play in any version and never made an efirrt to get a copy of the book, that they might read it now and examine the dryness of their power. This goes for all of us. Catholic, .lew ; nd Protestant alike: whatever position we finally take toward the play, we had better in all fairness expose our minds to it first. 1 don't regard the play as only a dissection of Pope Pius XII's refuse to speak cut against the extermination camps. That is the angle :1 vision lrom which Hochhuth sees the larger problem of what any and all of us did about the most massive and most monstrous rmrderousness in world history. There has been a succession of boo.1 .* and events grappling with this problem: "The Wall." "The ^.ast <: the Just," "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich." Hielberg's ^*The 1'estruction of Europe's Jews." the Eichmann trial and the books about it, and now Hochhuth. If his play and book, unlike the others:, have given rise to picket lines and rioting, it is because he has mr.naged, by singling out a concrete target, to touch a raw nerveedge it an important living institution. • • • < %  me take the Catholic issue first and head-on, since it is the one Out in front. The Vatican has had all manner of Popes, able and It's so. conservative and liberal. Had Pius XI lived, everyone agree;: that he would have fought the Nazis in every possible way. including the kind of moral denunciation of it that Kurt Gerstein and Father Riccardo Fontana ask for in the play. Had John XXIII been there as Pope in Rome at the time, instead of having been stationed m Eastern Europe, or had Paul VI been there as Pope, who can doubt that the story would again have been different? But the prelate who became Pius XII was Cardinal Pacelli, and while he was a great diplomat, theologian, and religious statesman, he did not believe ii an outright confrontation with Hitler. He did what he could to help large numbers of Jews to hide in the rru-.asteries and even to escape, but he did not use the immense moral potential of the Vatican to stop or stay or slow down the gas cms. Si aid he have tried? The best answer has been given by some of the liberal Catholics who have joined in the debate. During the opening weeks of the play in Paris, the great Catholic daily, "Le Figar; ran a number of commentaries on it. and among them were € mt hich — while defending the Pope's intent and character — ere • I d about his failure to act. '.• a Sunday "Times" review, George Shuster. a sturdy Catholic iberla writes that "many of us would rest easier if the Pope had spok<:. Men may not heed a voice that is raised in behalf of Chris--indom, but it finds an echo in the marrow of their bones. When it is not heard there is a void upon the earth." Little more need be added. e • • hochhuth as sheer phenomenon is almost as interesting as his play I met him the other day at Goethe House, the West German cultural center which (whatever its original doubts about so controversial a figure) had enough sense to give a reception for him. A slight >oung man barely past 30. with a thin sensitive face, determined lines about the mouth, and smoldering fires behind the eyes: what was it that made this young German from a small town near the border of East Germany who had worked for a West German book publisher, write one of the scarring moral parables of our age? W* don't know the answer, because we know so little about how talent flowers in a cultural wasteland like the Germany of today, and how these historic landmarks get thrust up. We know only that if Hochhuth at all expresses his German generation it cannot be wholly lost. If anyone tries to tell you that Hochhuth wrote the play to shift the burden of guilt from the Germans themselves to the shoulders of others, ask him to read the long scene at the shelter in the Jagerkeller. at Falkensee. where Hochhuth brings together Bichmann, the infamous Dr. Hirt. a Rhur aristocrat's son connected ^. nli the Krupps. and the devilish "Doctor" who acts as the Angel of Death at Auschwitz, sorting out the lines that go Left and Right to irr.rr.ediate or postponed death. Or the scene (unhappily omitted in New York like the Jagerkeller scene) where an Italian Jewish family :s arrested and deported just as it is about to leave for hiding. The German people, and not just the Nazis, were guilty enough to last 'heir consciences for generations. But others were guilty too. eepecit lly the silent men. 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Pago 8-A %  *Jewish lUrMton Friday. March 13, 1964 By: EDWARD COHEN Judge Spaet Looks to His Tenure With Joy Judge Harold I B. Spaet is obviously a reason%  I I infi. rational man. V m 11 II ii t speaking a %  %  vvjln nim tnesc days onr gets the notion that he and Sally named their daugh ter Carolyn "Lucky" because %  hey are true believers in [ate, .ind can cite chapter and verse o pro\e it. Last week, for instance, the lews from Tallahassee was that •here would be no opposition foi ludgc Spaet. either in the Dem icratic Primary or next Novem ber, for the remainder of the three-year Circuit Court to which ie had been appointed by Gov. Karris Bryan! in February. With jut saying so. he leaves the imiression thai this unusual circumstance lor a first-termer is Hist another stroke ol good fortune. This sincerely mo lest estimate il himself is not matched by hose who have come to know Him well during the more than iO years he has lived here. Unanimous Support "There are plenty of attorneys who would love to sit on the Jircuit Court bench," says one %  uiowle.'geable politician, "but liter lakiny ;i good look around They decided that opposing Har Did Spaet would be a waste of •ime and money. At this point, ne has almost unanimous support of bench and bar. press and .•adio—you name it." Gov. Bryant can attest to that \ week after naming Judge Spaet to fill the vacancy left by he death of the late Robert A. Anderson, he called one of the ocan man's sponsors to tell him, "This must be the best appoint rent I've ever made. I have lever received so many calls ind letters complimenting me or it." The Miami Herald, with which fudge Spaet had not agreed nuch during his te-m as a Metro Commissioner, called the selec"ion "an excellent choice," to the surprise Of many who were not When You Wish to Honor Outstanding officers, distinguished service civic achievement time in office etc. VISIT THE LARGEST, MOST ATTRAC TIVE AWARD DISPLAY ROOMS IN THE ENTIRE COUNTRY Trophni. Plaques. Sterling Gavels. Medals. Pewter. Ribbons. Bronze. Silverpiaie, Scrolls. Certificates. EXPERT HEBREW ENGRAVING HALPERT'S TROPHIES "largat in the South" 4th Flcor, Pan Am Bank Bldg. 150 S.E. 3rd Ave. Ph. 377-2353 JUDGE HAROLD SPAET as others see him aware oi Judge Spaet's basicstrength, ft is this which wins friends for him even with those who might not agree with him politically. This is best illustrated aho speaks of "Metro's greatest shortcoming." Weed for Respect "The Commissioners," he says, "have no respect lor each other. The kind of dignity which allows men to disagree with each other on policy as gentlemen has been lacking ever since Metro was organized. "Until there is an esprit de corps, an appreciation of one another, the Metro Commissioners will be the biggest obstacle to progress in Dade County. To me, it's as simple as that." Or, in the kind of plain talk which answers the routine interview question bluntly: "If anyone tells you I made a sacrifice going on the bench, you know he's talking through his hat. I made no sacrifice whatsoever. 1 am doing just what I always wanted to do and I am having a wonderful time. "What's more, I am perfectIsrael Theme At the Library Israel past and present will be featured at the Miami Public Library on Mar. 19 at 1, 3:30 and 8 p.m.. in the film series, "Travels With MPL." "Off the ueaten Track in Israel" takes the viewer to the Biblical Zoo. Mt. Zion. the Dead Sea and many more places in the Bible. "The Book and the Idol" is based on an archaeological exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and traces the conflict between paganism and monotheism from the early dawn of civilization in Israel. ly satisfied doing just what I am doing now. To paraphrase my dear friend, the former Gov. Fuller Warren, unless I receive a 'mandate from the people' I shall never return to the bar. nor shall I ever seek other political office. "The truth is that il is an entirely selfish matter I always wanted to be a Judge. I like being a Judue. and I'm going to stick to the job oi being .i Judge as long as the people will let me." Strange as it may sound, com ing from a man who has served ;:s a Miami Beach Judge. Councilman, president of the State League of Municipalities, presi dent of the Jewish Home for the Aged and Temple Israel—and who irated hiyh tor political know-how—Judge Spaet prefers the quiet of his ju licial chain beis and the opportunity to delve once more into the research areas of the law. That is part of the reason why he will place a heavy emphasis on the pre-trial conference that is optional in Florida trial pro cediue For to him. justice too often has been measured out through a battle of wits rather than of law. Negotiations and compromise are judicial attributes he favors highly. In addition to 18-year-old "Lucky," the Spaets have a son, Hal. 19. and both children attend the University of Miami. Born in Brooklyn, and a graduate of New York University's Law School, Judge Spaet met the former Sally Solomon of Syracuse through a series of circumstances which only lend weight to his theory of fate. Blind Date His first trip to Miami was on a legal matter which led to his being asked to work for the State Bank Liquidation in this area. One of his depression days ed him up with a "blind date* with his sister, Sally. Four trim !" later the Syracuse newspaper woman was Mrs. Spaet. "Luck," according to an old Persian proverb, "is infatuated with the efficient." Those who assignments took him to Syraknow Judge Spaet feel that this cuse, N.Y.. where the attorney describes him better than tx-. with whom he was working fixdoes himself. A Memorable Event in the Hktory of Miami Beach Honoring THE MAN OF THE YEAR ) ABE C. FINE The Beloved "Gracious Man of Plxilanthrophv" PROGRESS DINNER JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME Or SOUTH FLORIDA (Rikur Chclim) THIS SATURDAY. MARCH 14 in the FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL NOTE: TO ALL FRIFNDS OF MR. 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Page 14-B Page 10-A +Jewish fhrldlan Friday. March 13. 1964 John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest Will Include Replica of the Nation's Capitol Members of the Executive Board of the Jewih National Fund of Greater Miami who gathed to lunch with Max Bressler at the Fon(f inebleau Hotel on Feb. 25 are (left to right) Standing Sam Kagan. Mr. Rottenberg. St., Harry Feldman. Bernard Silver, Julius Rosens .ein, johon berman, warshuli sJomis, benjcmin Appel. Hany Rosen. Abraham Grunhut. Mr. Roitenberg Jr.. Reuben Miller. Seated (left to r;ght) are Bernard Katz. Miriam Press. Max Pressler. Leon J. Ell. Lillian Goodman, Clara Ma3on, Ben Zion Ginsburg. The John P. Kennedy Memorial Forest in Israel will be established n the-qtmerican Fwtdom Forest, ith a replica of 50 columns for ach of the 50 states in the I S A Mux Brassier, president of the ewish National Fund of America, t a recent l'urim function in the ontainebieau Hotel sponsored by ,ie Greater Miami JNF Council. old some 500 persons that •"a ininature structure of the Capitol, symbolic Of the unity between the l'\ S. and Israel will also be incorporated in the forest." The local function launched the Greater Miami Section of the Kennedy Memorial Forest. Bressler said that in her letter Internationa! Stars to Perform Here At JNF Kennedy Memorial Concert A concert studded with Israeli • id international stars will take nee on Tuesday evening. Mar. 31. the Miami Beach Auditorium. 7he concert will mark the launch % of an effort by the Jewish Na: inal Fund Council of Miami to iplement its program of getting I t largest donations of trees for newest project, the John F. Kennedy Memorial Peace Forest Israel. The program calls for a torn: ehensive effort among all resic*nts of Dade County, without igard to race, creed or color, to participate in this program for :-e purchase of trees from one. Up to any number, by each i ether it be a single tree or more. • 1 be welcomed by the Fund, ac; ding to Leon J. Ell. council siden'. nil purchasers of trees will be titled to a free ticket of aclmis• n to the concert. All proceeds • J be used only to purchase trees the .Tuhn F Kennedy Memorial } rest. leadlining t.i program arrangfor the concert is Tova Parot, internationally-known singing star, v ho performed on the leading concert stages throughout the world. Miss Parot won the Marian Anderson Prize, and was invited to sing at the Israeli Opera House. Also appearing is Amiram Rigai. the exciting Israeli pianist fresh from a personal triumph at Carnegie Hall, where he performed with the American Symphony orchestra under the direction of Leopold Stokowski, Ephraim Biram. star of the Israel Philharmonic, and Columbia Broadcasting soloist, will bring with him a distinguished repertoire of Israeli and international compositions. Others on the program are Marcia and Eliahu Gamliel, Israeli flutist and percussion artists, well known to radio audiences in the U. S. and Israel. A flashing star of the dance, Hadassah Badoch, completes the program. Admission will be by donation only. Concert-goers will have their choice of seats from 50 trees down to one tree. Tickets are available at the Miami Beach Auditorium; El Al Airlines. 1601 Washington Ave.; Jewish National Fund Office, 420 Lincoln Road; and Sherman Ticket Agency on Collins Ave. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. chairman, is assisted by Ell and Zev W. Kogan. Jewish leader. Dr. Irving Lehrman is honorary chairman to Israel President Z.ilman Shalar, Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy expressed her deep appreciation "and everlasting gratitude to the Jewish National Fend and the Government of Israel for undertaking this meaningful memorial." Leon J. Ell. president of the JNF Council here, said that appropriate certificates will be issued to purchasers of trees in the forest. Other participants in the program were Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, pesident of the JNF Southeast Region and Zev W. Kogan, chairman of the Executive Board. Cantor Hirsh Adler. of Temple Bmanu-El, presented a program of music. A kinescope produced by NBC-TV in 1962 of the launching of Me Ami. this community's twin city now being erected by the Greater Miami JNF Council In Israel, was also shown under the direction of Peter Heller. Ben ediction was by Rabbi Solomon Schiff. president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. TOVA PAROT Final Lecture In Series Here Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. 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Friday, March 13. 1964 +Jewistfk>ridlian Page 11 A. ,-,^., *. USY Members to Hold Testimonial Weekend at Beth Torah Congregation The 1964 Liquor Group drive on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal will be headed by three leaders of the industry who have provided outstanding leadership for CJA. Lrft to right are the co-chairmen of the 1964 Liquor Group Committee: Jerry Halpern, Atlantic Liquor Corp.; Leo A. Chaikin, Weinkle's; and Jay Weiss, Florida Beverage Corp. Jews Flay Anti-Semitic Arab Pamphlets in Bonn BONN (i FA) — The Central cil of the Jews in Germany disclosed that it had filed a complaint with the Dusseldorf district attorney's office against a violently anti-Semitic pamphlet distributed by Arab representatives in West Germany and that an Investigation was in progress. The issue was first raised last January by Dr. Henry G. VanDam. secretary general of the Council. In the current issue of the Allgemcinc Wochenzeitung Der Juden, Dr. VanDam expressed sharp criticism of the West German Foreign olffee for failing to take action on the brochure and its sponsors. A spokesman for the Justice Ministry said, in reply to questions in Parliament, that the Ministry was aware that the pamphlet was being distributed but had not been able to obtain a copy. Social Democratic Deputy Ludwig Metiger asked if the Justice Ministry planned to act to prevent the repetition of "unlawful acts" such as distribution of the pamphlet. The spokesman said that "I do not think I can make • promise on behalf of the government in this hour but I feel certain your suggestion will be followed." Gerhard Jahn, another Social Democratic deputy, asked whether the government was prepared to take diplomatic steps to prevent the distribution in West Germany of such "infamous publications." The spokesman said "this is a matter for the Foreign Office." That office has not indicated it was taking any action. Dr VanDam, in his renewed criticism, noted that the West German government had not hesitated to break off diplomatic relations with nations establishing Bast German consulates on their tcrritary. and that in the case of Ceylon. West Germany even cut off foreign aid. 'But here we have a case where hatred is being traded for foreign aid and being disseminated by students who leceive scholarships paid tor by West German taxpayers,' he asserted. "The West German Foreign Office should have taken action on this case long ago." The pamphlet, entitled "The Problem of the Palestine Refugees," was published by the Information Bureau of the United Arab Republic and members of the Arab-German Friendshp groups in Germany and by the "Delegation of the Arab States in Bonn." The pamphlet declares that "the greatest intellects Of humanity have recognized and repeatedly pointed to the unpleasant character of the Jewish people" and it charges the Jews with using "their political I marionettes, such as the Zionist Winston Churchill and the Zionist ; Franklin Roosevelt" to "force" : Germany into World War II. The B'nai Milbar and B'nai Negev Chapters of Unite.I Synagogue Youth at Beth Torah Congregation will play host to over 100 USY members in the South Florida area at the Beth Torah USY Testimonial Weekend starting Friday through Sunday. Theme of the weekend. 'The Jews of the World: Are They a Religion or a Peoplehood?" will be liscussed in the Torah Study sessions and during Sabbath services Jn Friday evening. Miss Sheri Mandel and Justin Weininger, co-chairmen of the "kiinis," have announced the schedule of activities. On Friday evening, the USY'ers will conduct services for the entire congregation. During the Oneg Shabbat following services, the group will join in the spirit of the Sabbath with Israeli singing and dancing. A College Bowl on Jewish history will conclude the evening program. Abraham J. Gittel-on, educational director of Beth Torah Congregation, will conduct the College Bowl, On Saturday, USY'ers will again attend services followed by a luncheon in the USY Room. The delegates will participate in Torah study sessions on the theme following Sabbath luncheon. Concluding the afternoon schedule will be a cake break and Israeli singing and dancing. Maariv services will be conduct ed by Mark Farber. weekend religious chairman, at 7:30 p.m Highlight of the program is a testimonial dinner dance on Saturday evening in honor ol" Marshall Baltuch, "for ten years of distinguished service to United Synagogue Youth." The program Is entitled "This is Your Life—Marshall Philip Baltuch." Ellen Schlnsser. honorary president of the South Florida Sub region, will serve as commentator. The evening activities will begin at 8 p.m.. with the traditional liavdalah candlelight service concluding the Sabbath. Royal Hungarian Kosher Caterers, are in charge of the banquet, to be followed by a program, cancing. and entertainment, Eddie Ames and His Pied Pipers will provide the music, Rabbi Harold Richter, of B'nai Raphael Congregation, will deliver the invocation, with Rabbi Max Lipschitz, of Beth Torah, offering the benediction. Others participating are Cantor Edward Klein, of Temple Menorah, and Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. Seymour Mann, chairman ol the Southeast Region Youth Commission. Jerry Sussman, president, Southeasl Region, United Synagogue ol America, and Joseph Schinier, president of Beth Torah. will bring meetings. Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director, Southeasl Keg ion USY, will present Baltuch with a plaque on behalf oi IISY. Agcn a on S inday cms'-'. of servicebrunch, and ivorks Dad" Heights Junior and Senior I -V Chapters of B'nai Ri | egation ha\ e as-.-led Beth Torah in coordinating ail activities. In addition to Miss Mandel, Weininger and Farber, the following are part of the Steering Committee Lee Gluck and Marlene Shaloniith, hospitalitj; Gllda Abramov.it/ and Gerry Carncss, dinner dance journal: Sue Berger and Elaine Pressman. Oneg Shabbat: Toby Cavell, program: I.oui-c Bass and Steve Weininger, publicity; Deanne Schwartz and Myra Wal • stein, registration and housing; Aaron Abramowitz and Arlcne Zuckejiqan, ticket.-: .Mildred \ciiman and Esta Stciner, Torah Study sessions: Beverly liiee J Jessi Snyder, workshops; and U i.ie Engel, administrative a ant. Attending the weekend will I delegates from USY Chapters Beth Torah Congregation, B'n Raphael Congregation, Beth C vid C o n g r egation, Temp Emanu-EI, Temple M e r, o r a Temple Zion, Temple Tifere Jacob, Ac'ath Yeshurun, Temp Beth Sholem and Temple Sir of Hollywood, Temple Shot; of Pompano Beach, Temple Be* Shalom of Lake Worth, Temp Eeth El of Wet Palm Beach, a Jacksonville Jewish Center Jacksonville, Fla. Advisors of the Chap ers Faith Reinhard and Mar-hall L Inch. Raymorid Bookman is ch man of the Youth Coinmissi Spiritual leader ot Beth Tcrah ( gregation is Rabbi Max A. L schitz. i'Mock Marriage' Scheduled "Mock Marriage," dan ing t refreshments will be on the r. gram present) d to Sen o Frie ihlp Group of Flagl %  Gram lewi.-li Cent) r on Sunda; 8 p n the auditorium. START SOMEONE ON A HOBBY WITH A FUTURE If you had given a set ot proo'' coins as a Bar Mitivah yift ir 1950, your gift, today, would b; worth 60 times its origincl cos' SIDNEY W. 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Page 14-B Page 12-A %  + Jewish HerIdlan Jews With U.S. Passports Unspared MASS MURDIKERS IDENTIFIED .. PACE 5< City Council chamber. Dr. Wolk MASS MURDIRCRS IDENTIFIED PAGE 5< BAB1BUKHING DES(fl)SED PACE 7C FRANKFURT (JTA) An Auschwitz murder camp survivor declared lor the first time this week that transports to the camp included in 1943 a group ol Jews with United States passports. The disclosure was made in testimony at the Auschwitz trial here by Dr. Otto Wolken of Vienna, a survivor ol the camp. The Vienna physician had (riven detailed testi; mony implicating delcndant Stef, an Baretzki in a number of mur' ders. A defense attorney challenged Dr. Wolken to identity Baretzki. As a hushed the courtroom lence the tell over Frankfurt Rabbis of Hollywood took an active part in the annual dinner held recently at the Hollywood Beach Hotel for the Jewish Welfare Federation of Hollywood. Ben Salter, president of the Federation, is an attorney and past presiden' of Temple Beth Sholem. Shown seated, (from left) are Mrs. David Shapiro, Mrs. Samuel Jaffe, Mrs. Morton Malavsky. Standing, (from left) are Rabbi David Shapiro, Temple Sinai; Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Temple Beth El; and Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth Sholem. all of Hollywood. Guest Rabbi At B'nai Raphael Pulpit guest during Friday evening services at Congregation B'nai Raphael will be Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi, cf Canada. Born and educated in Toronto. Ontario. Rabbi Levi is a graduate of the University of Toronto and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He was the first Jewish Chaplain on foreign soil during World War II. serving in the South West Pacific. In addition to holding pulpits In Birmingham, Ala.. Auburn. N.Y.. Springfield, Mass., and Charleston, S.C.. Rabbi Levi has taken an active part in the Zioni.-t Organization of America. B'nai B'rith, Rabbinical Assembly of America, and as a volunteer chaplain with NavyAir Force. City Council chamber. Dr. Wolken walked sToWdOwrt the aisle of seats occupied by the defendants. He stopped in front of the desk where a balding, greying man of 44 was sitting and pointed to him. 'That is he." Dr. Wolken said as Baretzki s face turned white. During ho.irs of virtually uninterrupted testimony, Dr. Wolken told dramatic stories of courage of some of the millions who perished at the huge AuschwitiBirkenau murder complex. One of them involved a transport of Jews with United States passports which arrived at the Birkenau camp on October 25, 1943. •"One woman in this transport suddenly realized where she was and began screaming 'This is Auschwitz'.'' Dr. Wolken related. "An SS man named Scheldinger tried to calm her. Suddenly she grabbed his pistol, shot him dead and wounded another guard before | she was overpowered. in re venge," Dr. Wolken added, "the other guards started shooting wildj ly into the group. I don't know t how many were killed that day." Once in ls)44. he said, he watch cd a group of Polish Jews being led to the gas chambers, among them many children and teenagers. "A boy of about 14 stopped in front of a group of SS guards and said defiantly to them Don't think you'll go unpunished: some day you'll go to the same place we arc going'." Dr. Wolken said. The witness-survivor said that the chances for survival of prisoners who were not sent to the gas chambers were not much better than those who were gassed. In specific charges a/jainst Baretiki, Or. Wolken said that the defendant and some other guards shot and killed 11 prisoners on the inspection grounds after one of them tried to flee and another sought to protect himself from a beating. Dr. Wolken testified that in April. 1944. Baretzki beat an inmate. Mihail Liszka to death with a club. The doctor said he was "about six yards from the scene. I brought Liszka to the barracks building where he died. 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n Friday, March 13. 1964 • 'lew 1stfhridUr Pag 13-A 'Claims Conference Lists Allocations Cc-'ifued from Page 1-A tionf melff equal fooling with the pre-1953 Nazism; SI.246,330 for cultural and men r*suiiea in agree-J claimants, and to compensate them educational reconstruction; and •W l lli'fli i m m \ G VMMI W ( ^w t nipi w wiii ntii twt i i Timi ip Bii.i iion $328,778 for various, special pro-1 ..Kich resulted in Government to pay reparations, restitution* and indemnification to Jewish victims of Nazism. The Conference is formally recognized by the Federal Republic of Germany as the official spokesman for those Jews throughout the world who are entitled to individual restitution under the existing laws drawn up by the Bonn Government and the governments of the West German states. Or. Nzhum Goldmann. president camps and for loss of life and health. It is a source of deep reyret that, in the final stages of these negotiations, we have reached an impasse. Jects, The organization, he said, committed but did not distribute an additional $870,000 in 1963. Mr. Leavitt called special attention to the grants the Conference has given to the Jewish communAs we move into 1964. we are itics in France whc rt the pn si nt resolved to spare no effort in Jewish population of 500.000 now pressing the German authorities forms 75 percent of he t0(a Jew o bring the program for indemniisn pcpulatioil in western contiheat on and restitution to a worthy nent;1 | Kurope conclusion. Such a conclusion demands that all Nazi victims who Thp report on allocations, at have been omitted from the op-, Monday's session, was presented eration of the law, or whose claims b >' ,nc senior vice president Of the ol the Conference, addressed the have been treated inadequately Conference. Jacob Blaustein. He parley's opening session here Sunvh;ill gain benefits due to them in Pointed out that the nearly $100,PROMENADE HOTEL DIN,NG ROOM PASSOVER SEDER JEWISH STYLE FOOD $8 Person Pfff SI Df Tax I Tip Included fOR RESERVATIONS Call Kitty Kleinberg JE 8-5721 CANTOR REVEREND ISRAEL OFFICIATING 2469 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH e"^^^^^ rWW^^ VWVWVVVVVVV'****'-**TVVVVday night, contrasting, in his report, the manner in which the Covernment of Germany had "meticulously'' met its reparations commitments to Israel and to the C'imierence. with what he called the g;i%  in implementing restitution and indemnification laws >r Individual victims of Nazism. Illustrating that "gap." he point nit thai the claims "t more tl M ASOjJOO Jewish people eligible [oi payments under the existing Li an -till pending lie noti that tens ol thousands egitii ate Nazi victims are still i m filing claims because justice and in morality." Dr. Goldmann stressed. While expressing these sentiments, however. Dr. Goldmann also hailed the "good will and speed" with which the West German Government met its obligations under the Israeli-German Reparations Agreement, a pact made in 1952 at the same time Germany made its agreement with the Conference on Jewish Material Claims. L'ndi r the Israeli German a jreo he said, goods, matei tals sen ice irri\ ing in i lei 000.000 has been spent thus far by the Conference. The allocation will bring the total to $110,000.000. However, he noted, the 1964 allocation of $7,550,000 to the JDC V ill not meet that organization's requirements for services in Europe and Australia, estimated at $11,596,000. Thai si. on;. IMIO excess ol estimated .ll>C requirements over Conference allocations, he said, "is hj far the greatest ever recorded since the working partnership has ,n between the Conference and the .in The JDC, he said, %  ill have to raise the difference come from countries be from Oermain have totaled $772.from nnnConferc sources ith iron Curtain after Octo 559.000 si ce cli h 1 started ar tthili the ratio in 1964, he pointed i; •'::: Thai date had been ri ing in Israel ii, 1953, Over 90 uut, was 75 percent of Conference ." I %  the cut-off period for in per ecu 1 g '• and sen to 25 percent on non-Con t 1 Kmm+rustal #v< leal claimants eligible for 1 ., to Israel \>n<\vr the 1952 pan lercnce monies, the JDC in 196 ojan compensation under the have alreadj been delivered, Dr w ill have to supply 35 percent 0 2 agi 1 • merit, leoorting on the indivi 1 952 I idual resition payments made by the (.erralans to Jewish victims ol Nazism to date. Dr. Goldmann told the (jonference that the total inlemnfication payments under the \istihg German laws reached S3.7oo.oob,0(i0 by December 31, 1963. Goldmann reported "The German Ihe fui Is against only 65 percent authorities," he told the parley, by the Conference "have earned out the terms of the 1952 agreement for reparations deliveries both in letter and in spirit, it i> gratifying, indeed, to make tlu> tact known.'' In addition, he said, the JDC will provide $800,000 to a common fund 11 has established with the French Jewish community to meet special needs resulting from As for the Claims Conference, the Influx Of North African Jews it received $10,039,148 in 1963, into Fiance. He singled out. Ill addition, he said, the German bringing its total, spent since its among the anticipated 1964 exstates h.d paid out S173.938.571 be, program got under way in 1954. penditures by the Conference, a S^rc the. present laws were enact ; to $99,560,189. These figures were |.sum totaling $2,720,000 for aid to ed. bringing the grand total up reported to the parley by Moses I Jewish victims of Nazism in A. Leavitt, Conference treasurer. France. "That is a record sum." He said that, in 1953, the Confer-1 he said, "the highest amount ence spent $1,246,360 for relief and spent in a single country in the j lehabilitation of Jewish victims of 1 history of this Conference." to $3,873,938,000. However, Dr. Goldmann said, negotiations between the Conference and the Bonn Government to improve the existing laws, and to enact new legislation that would cover those Jewish victims of Nazism who had not qualified for claims by the cut-off date of October 1, 19S3, have not yet borne fruit. Among the victims of Nazism [now ineligible under the German [laws, he said, are persons who Iciid not succeed in leaving the %  countries behind the Iron Curtain |t'p to the 1953 deadline. The laws exclude those persons as well as liters who are stateless, he said fThe poM-1953 groups, he said. 111 :iiick' Jews who fled from Hungary alter the uprising there in (956 and 1957. as well as "thoujuris ;of others who arrived from Fast .European lands in recent iears.'' I On HHmeroiis occasions." Dr. [oildrhiihn reported, "we have plleijupoa the Gvrman autborito'place these-refugees on an '.BE (.HUBS NIW KOSHER ROMWELL HOT'EL ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST., MIAMI BEACH T CELEBRATING OUR 20th ANNIVERSARY THESE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS WITH THE WORLD FAMOUS CANTOR JACOB KONIGSBERG ASSISTED BY WEU KNOWN MUSIC DIRFCTOR BEN YOMEN. CONDUCTOR FOR MANY YEARS AT TEMPLE EMANUEL WITH 10 VOICE CHOIROFFICIATING THE RE IIGIOUS SERVICES AS WELL AS 2 SEDERS AT THF KOSHER CROMWELL HOTEL. 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Page 14-B F:ge 14-A t^lewist Meridian Friday. March 13. 1964 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN Noted Historian Takes to the Novel Art Form "HE CHOSEN ONE. By Harry Simonho'f. 607 pp. New York: Thomas Yoseloff. $4.95. %  •HE AUTHOR needs no intro%  duetion. surely, to this comiiinity where he has boon a not1 resident since 1925. Lawyer nd lecturer, traveler and hisirian, he also looks back on a •mi as Representative in the • wth. Carolina Legislature and long period of leadership in ewish activities: a founder oi • nolem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. nairman of the United Palestine ppeal, an organizer of the liami Zionist District, a force behind the opening of the Miami AIM. Office, and a spiritual whip of the U.IA until the Federation was born. Most people remember the days when he was a leading columnist for The Jewish Floridian. Four earlier books bear his name. "Under Strange Skies."' the lirst, spoke of his travels. •Jewish Notables in America"' disclosed the breadth of his vast historical knowledge, telling the story of an outstanding Jew for each year between 1776 and 1865. "Saga of American Jewry.'" three years later, picked up the next half century, ending at 1914. "Jewish Participants in the Civil War." like a detail of Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Much Praise for UAR M Jerusalem |UCH PRAISE WAS showered upon Mr. Nasser for the "moderation he had displayed at the recent Arab •'summit" conference held in Cairo and called to dklCUSS measures visa-vis the planned implementation by Israel ol her National Water Project. The fact that Nasser argued against an all-out war with Israel at this Stage was seen as proof of his "maturity" and some even went as far as to deduce from it far reaching conclusions regarding the prospects of an ultimate Israel-Arab settlement. In Washington, some saw it as a vindication of the view held that Nasser's chief preoccupation is with the internal development of the country and that at least for the foreseeable future he harbored no aggressive designs. For Israelis. Nasser's display of "moderation" was of little comfort. Indeed, one could not but be greatly disturbed over the very conclave of leaders of 13. Arab countries assembled for th express purpose of plotting the destruction of a neighboring country; and, moreover, over the strange praise evoked b> Nasser's "moderation" which exi i ssi l itself in his opposing an attack on Israel because the Arabs wore not yet ready for it. The past weeks following the "summit." have provided us with four documents—and with developmentsproving the fallacy oi both Nasser's "moderation" and the hopes that it evoked in minds guided by wishful thinking rather than by a sober appraisal of facts In an interview given the editor in chief ot the Indian weekly. "Bliiz." Mr. Nasser, in reply to a question about the prospects of halting the "present gradual advance' of events forewarning a war with Israel, said frankly and bluntly that: "it seems that a second war in Palestine is inevitable" adding, "we have always been at war with Israel War will occur to deter aggression which I expect to take place at any time" In his reply to Mr. Khrushchev's note which urged all nations of the world to outride the use of force in the settlement of border and regional disputes. Mr. Nasser expressed his full support for the proposal, but stressed its non-application to the Arab-Israel dispute. Then came Nasser's address on the anniversary of the "Egyptian-Syrian Union." later dissolved — in the words of Mr. Nasser — "against the wishes of the Syrian people." Speaking of Israel. Nasser repeated, with more force and with more emphasis what he had told the Indian editor, the inevitability of a war with Israel, "the time and place of which we shall determine." he declared. the larger canvas, focussed on the colorful and fascinating Jewish activity on both sides of the war. All of the books, incidentally, were reviewed in this column—which probably sets some kind of record. One would not expect Harry Simonhoff to depart from the profound historical lore which he wields so adeptly, to subjugate it to the specialized requirements of an art form. "The Chosen One," his firat historical novel. begins among the Portuguese Marranos of 1524 and moves through Palestine and Renaissance Italy, reaching even into the Vatican and the sanctum sanctorum ol the beleaguered Pope Clement VII. The novel tells the story of two of the strangest, most mysterious Jewish figures of that time, Salomo Molko (Molcho), the false messiah. and Prince David Reubeni The "Prince." an exotic, dashing figure, first appeared in Venice in 1.524 with a story of represent in 1 : his brother. Joseph. King of 30>).(;00 Jews who were descendants o f the lost tribes oi Reuben, Gad and Manasseh, in a remote kingdom in the deserts of Chaibar and Tabor. He pro posed ami alliance with the Christians in ridding the Holy Land of the Moslems, in return for possession of the Land. Pope Clement, friendly, sent him to Portugal, where his effect on the unhappy Marranos was electric HARRY SIMONHOff in new genre One Jew was especially moved: Diogo Plrez. who had been raised as a Christian and held a high government position, immediate ly circumcised hlmsell and begged Reubeni to accept his services. The adventurer, terrified of the boy'; unstable, mystical nature, ordered him to Palestine for Cabbalistic study, to "piepare"" himself for his mission. They were to meet again, these two visionaries, and set their purJHISCS toward a common -disaster. Pirez, now Molko, grown in passion and zeal, commanded a (level ed following and came to believe that he was. indeed, the awaited messiah. Mr. Simonhoff indicates that he was also an epileptic. (Reubeni. many historians believe, was simply a Central European Ashkcnazie Jew.) There are marvelous scenes of the factional Venice Jewish community, of Vatican intrigue, ot Inquisitional horror, of 16th cen tury Palestine. There arc parts which are like historical asides, as in the story of the origin of i.ichah Dodi." The long journey to the inevitable flaming mar tyrdom. done in a violently graphic scene, calls on all the author's powers of evocation of atmosphere. What must be immediately apparent is that Mr. Simonhofl writes primarily as a first-rate historian, rather than as a novelist, whoso principal interest is chiefly the development and intricacies of character. As a historian, we have learned that Mr. Simonhoff Is absolutely trustworthy; he communicates with extraordinary skill the world ot the past in its myriad detail. His characters, cloaked in their historicity, are personages first of all. They do not command identification: they merely suggest a misty reality. You cannot quite touch them, but you cannot help being fascinated by them. Our Film Folk: Bv HERBERT G. LUFT Details are Finalized fcr 'Battle of Bulge' Hollywood BHILIP YORDAN, Samuel Bronston's author and co-producer, was in town to finalize details for the filming of -The Battle ol the Bulge," a multi-million dollar pro duetion to roll late this fall In the Forest of Ardennes in Frame Spain and on actual locations in and 1 lixembourg, when snow falls. The picture will revolve around the final attempt ol German Marshall von Rundstedt to drive American forces into the sea during the winter campaign oi 1944-45. Yordan 111 collaborate on the screenplay. Filming will be done in color and on a wide epic scale involving u cast ol thousands In the meantime, another one ol Bronston's spectacular films, "Circus World." nears completion — with the wind-up at London's Pinevvood Studios. The Technicolor production starring John Wayne. Claudie Cardinalc and Rita Hayworth, went before the cameras under Henry Hathaway's direction Sept.-23. 1963, with the capsizing of a 250-foot circus ship in the harbor at Barcelona. Depicting the adventures of an American inipressario who takes his circus and wild west show on a European junket, "Circus World" has a screen play by Ben Hecht and Julian Halev v and is based on an original story by Philip Yordan. Anthony Mann who most recently completed "The Fall ol the Roman Empire" tor Bronston Yordan in Spam is doing a World War II picture on Inown, doubling as producer director of "The In known I'.atlle'to he photographed on location in ay with an April 1 starting date Stephen I was in Hollywood to give us details on the film in which he stars as an underground fighter ::-t the Nazis The storj is based on a lit'le-known incident ol I ill the spring m-i 21 years ago that i announced he had discovered the bash eh inents to destrov the Free World with atomic bombs own A sroup >>i seven Mien. Norwegians and selected by the Allied Intelligence e to be smuggled into occupied territory to up the secret heavy water experimental station in the mountains loo miles north of Oslo. How these men helped to save the cause of democracy is a story, Boyd tools, that has to be told. Kirk Douglas and his production partner Edward Lewis have closed a three-picture deal with Paramount, with the first one, "Seconds." a suspense tale based on a novel by David Ely. Made in conjunction with John Frankcnheimers company it will star co-producer Kirk Douglas. Douglas' earlier association with Frankenheimer. Seven Days in May," dealing with a plot against the President of the United States, has created unusual interest throughout the world.. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Private Enterprise in Soviet Union and Old Joe's Watch THE ARREST and trial in Russia of 23 men charged with engaging in free enterprise in manufacturing knitted goods for sale, recalls an old story told about Stalin and his watch. One day after a conference with a dozen of his leading executives, Stalin found his watch gone. He immediately contacted Beria, his chief G.P.U. man and ordered him to arrest all who had been at the conference. Later, Stalin happened to pick up an old sock on his desk and under it was his watch. Stalin again called Boria and told him to release them. "Tovarish Commissar." replied Beria. "It's too late —All have confessed." No reporters, says the New York Times, were allowed at the trial of the twenty-three men. Nine were sentenced to death—apparently all or most Jews, but we know of course, there is no antiSemitism in Russia. The Com munists admit there is no antiSemitism there. As regards private enterprise, oven Lenin allowed it under what he called the NEP plan, when he found the com munist system sagging. It docseem that there is a very extensive market for articles mace by private enterprise in Russia. Under the Communist system, there is a shortage of many articles, such as wheat and knitted goods. The Communist system seems to excel in flying. • My friend, Isaac Carmel, who commutes between Israel and the United States, has just reached his eightieth birthday. He had a birthday party at which ha made a little speech, lie said he was proud of being eighty. Any shnook. he said, can be seventy, but to bo eighty you have got to have a kind of quality. Privately, Isaac told me that on the morning of his eightieth birthday, he filled a glass of schnapps and said to himself loud. "L'Chayim Isaac, I wish you a happy year." We are constantly in the process of a dialogue with ourselves, but usually it is silent and the chances are we don't even hear it. Somewhere in the Mishna, there is a discussion about the time of reciting the morning prayers. One may say the morning prayers, we are told, until noon. But how is it legiti mate to recite the morning prayers that late? The answer given by the rabbis is that all tiie children of Israel are liken ed unto kings and it is the habit of kings to sleep late. Don't say evil things to yourself. I am afraid that's what most of us do and we end up not liking ourselves very much.



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Friday, March 13, 1964 I +Jml$t) norffdfi^in Page 15-ft Legislators Condemn Secret Trial in Moscow R*DS~>UNi$H NINE PERSONS Page 3-C The (JTA) Re sentences im posed m a secret trial in Moscow memorandum | physical persecution of the type for alleged economic crimes and magnitude which they Bufferdisproportionately large n I Department poits pi new death sentences im-l s ui( | .„... „,,, „ „ s riii ed during the Czars and under hers." The memorandum no ,1 f S,i l,n However ili;l t^ de-;the closing of synagogues i i information to partment, it was evident that Jews press abuse of synaeoc-uc .icon six Russian .lews and three „„.,.., ,„ c; non-Jews charged with alleged indicate that Soviet Jews feared ** receiving drastic sentences ties. economic crime-, evoked shock in Washington this week. MARtr HtnsHTitiD Harry Hershfield To Pay Tribute To Abe C. Fine Harry Hershfield. international ly-known cartoonist, humanitarian and humorist, now in his 78th year, made a special trip to Miami this week to pay tribute to Abe C. Fine. .i long-time friend, who will be honored at a dinner Saturday at the I'ontuineblcau Hotel. The dinner is being given by the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida, and will serve as the site of a gala reunion for the two men. Hershfield has traveled many miles and introduced thousands of the great and near-great on behalf oi charitable and humanitarian causes regardless of the religion, race and creed of the organizations involved. %  Y' Plans Action For Youngsters A new series of classes for children in modern ballet, under the direction of Judith Youngerman Cindy, will be opened for registration next week at the Southwest YMHA Branch The eight-week session will be divided into two classes: children from 3 to 5 will be taught Tuesdaj afternoons at 2:30 p.m.; 6 to 8year-olds at 3:30 p.m. Mrs, Cindy, who has been teach nice in the Miami area for many years, has a degree from the Con1 'client College of Dance, and trained with Martha Graham and e Limon. Final performance in this year's aj Celebrity Series for chiller ti and their parent.will %  held on Sunday, 2:30 p.m., at Miami YMHA. 450 SW 16th Vvc, it was announced by Mrs. \ Simon, and Mrs. Irving i o chairmen ol this series Miami Brass Quintet, under lirection of Robert P, Bobo, Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York Republican, called on the Senate iloor tor stronger protests to let the world know how the American people felt about such "barbarous acts." Reviewing the histor) Of recent Soviet persecutions of Jews, he said "this makes it clear what the aims of the Soviet Government are in this field." Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, New York Republican, told the Senate that the newest sentences were "a barbaric manifestation of economic and moral values" that the sentences were "a deliberate attempt to encourage anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union." Rep. Abraham Multer. New York Democrat, said a report on the newest sentences would be presented when the House Committee on Foreign Affair-tarts debate 'm a pending resolution condemning Soviet treatment of Jews He presented to the House a resolution adopted bj the New York Democratic Congressional delegation urging the Foreign Affairs Committee to schedule hearings on the resolution. The State Department, mean while. indicated that serious thought should be given to a "united appeal of private religious organizations representing worldwide Jewry and if possible, other religious group to try to ease Soviet pressures on Russian Jews." The suggestion, m line with State Department stanc's on the issue. was made in a memorandum prepared at the request of Sen. Keating who disclosed its content in a Senate speech. In his request. Sen. Keating had urged United States Government action to prevent excesses against Soviet Jews. || e said that the reply he received from the State Department "still leavethe maj01 issue unresolved." The reply followed previous State Department stands which have included agreement that there is no question that the Soviet authorities are implicated in specific anti-Jewish acts, that it would nevertheless be unwise for the United States Government to intervene and that it would be best if private organizations acted on the matter. •• Ml oresenl "Soun'in Music Members of the Quintet arc Bobo, John Hood, William B. Russi II, Bruce Rapee and Wallace McMur ray. Announce IMay To Me/p Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure New York, N. Y. (Special) shrinks the swollen doors to tha Announcement has been made linus cavities and helps drain of %  n w tablet development away the pain-causing pressure Tit ui 9 the rernarkabl 8 abiland congestion. "y to help drain clogged sinus The shrinking substance in MtS!? a 1 d thus re lif ve co 1 this new tablet has been so suc%  W and P ressu re The headcess ful topically in promoting £d% p .7.?^ £iW of the inu "Lff22" ine-ii "{ !" r, P' c, .KK eaDrealn that it is now prescribed more toras th. ? nn. 7. #r ntm8r b ymP Widely by doctors than any majo ^ll h !aT e U a,,^kXdi k recUy S terial for this purpose. Thisuew I 9 improving drainage of"the !" < ilca, n ,s now available at %  Inns areas. "'"s drug coun tcrs witnout the need : new tablet does its remarkcausing pressure ami cong. th work internally, through of oM the sinus cavities, relieve } f blo 'd stream. It deposits pain and distress. 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i) Page 16-A + kinlhn*ridliciri Friday, Mcrch 13, 1964 350 ADL Leaders Expected to Attend Annual Board Meeting Here Mar. 22 Some 350 ADL leaders from Mi-, ognition as a vice chairman of ami and points north and west in, B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation Florida will convene Sunday, Mar. League. 22, at the Everglades Hotel for the, _, ... annual meeting of the Florida The business sessions will also Regional Board of the League. ,du(!e a W* S2S\£S JT „ „ nnssioner and Past Florida Board Coming from Tampa St. Petersch airman Paul Seiderman on the 1 recently-convened National Commission meeting of the ADL National policy on religion in the schools, separation of church and' state, cross-bussing and de facto segregation will be discussed. The board will receive Nominal ing Committee Chairman George Chairing the business sessions, | J. Talianoff's report, including the which will begin at 9:30 a.m., in | 1965 slate of officers. They are hon orary chairman. Leonard L. Abess: chairman of the board. Burnett Both; chairman. Executive Committee, Sam A. Goldstein; vice chairmen ol the board, William L. Pallot. Al L. Schneider and Henry K. Wolff: treasurer, Jack M. Fink; secretary. Nate Pcrlmuttcr. Trustees are Chairman Paul Seiderman. Judge Milton A. Fried they will join with Miamians in discussion of problems including separation of church and state in Florida and on the so-called private club and its significance in the overall patterns of anti-Semitism. the Banyan Room of the Everglades Hotel, is Board Chairman Burnett Roth, who in addition to his duties as Florida ADL chairman, has achieved national recJudge Friedman To be Speaker Judge Milton Friedman, of the m an, Benjamin Meyers. Judge Miami Municipal Court, will be j Sam I. Silver and George J. Tali guest speaker at a membership ; anoff. breakfast of Harmonv Lodge, B'nai I „ ,, ... B'rith. on Sunday. 9 a.m. at Cor**' !" X "\ '„ T" ky's Restaurant. 900 NE 167th St. h have been renom,nate< are I William Alper. Miami Citv CoinBernard Langsberg is president. m i ss j OIK r Sidney Aronovitz. Babbi and Morton B. Luxncr is member, Herbert Baumgard. Al Block ol •Up chairman and vice president. Tallahassee, Harry Botwick. Judge Judge Friedman is past presij Irving Cypen, Hon. Richard E. dent of District Grand Lodge 5 Gerstein. Charles Goldstein. D and has been active in community i in Gorman of St. Petersburg. Paul affairs for many years. Jeffrey of Ft. Pierce. Frank KleinCo-chairman with Luxncr of the : fcld of St. Petersburg, George KroSunday breakfast is Jack Raphael r.engold. Mrs. Arthur G. Laufman Also to address the lodge will be of Hollywood. Dr. Irving Lehman, Emanuel Tepper. president of Freej Mrs. Shepard Lewis of West Palm com Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Beach. Benjamin Meyers. E. Albert Pallot. A. David Rayvis. Harry Simonhoff, rMs. Bernard Supnorth, Sanford M. SwerdUn and Harry Zukernick. New Executive Committee members who hive been nominated are Morton L. Annis i Tampa, Airs. Dorothy Krieger Kink. Jack Popick and Barnetl Robinson oi Miami. New board members will also be up for election. The highlight of the meeting will be its luncheon and annual Leonard L. Abess Human Relations Award. Recipient of the 1964 award i Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami. Described as a "resolute champion of man's right to freely pursue ideas" and having "zealously protected the treasures of education: to teach, to question, to discover truth in an atmosphere free of political rep ressions or restrictions," President Stanford becomes the ninth recipient of the Abess Award. The award, annually presented by noted philanthropist and longtime ADL leader Leonard L Abess. consists of an appropriate plaque and a grant of $1,000 to ADL for research in the Held ol human relations. Previous recipients of the award have been Gov. LeRoy Collins. William C. Baggs, Dr. H. Franklin Williams. John B. Orr. Mayor Robert King High. D. Lee Powell, the late Abe Aronovitz and C'odv Fowler. "Your Gilt Makes the Difference,'' theme of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, is graphically portrayed in this window al Jordan Marsh Department Store, 1501 Biscayne Blvd. The window, which illustrates the work of the local agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and of the Combined Jewish Appeal through UJA and its agencies overseas, ciso projects the 1964 campaign goal of SI,386.500. Temple Menorah To Hear Review Final book review in the curt of the author who, .a tussian rent Temple Menorah series will ,. mj; r0i jve( m p-,.^, and be presented hv Rabbi Mavei ., i iicipatcd in Its Wax IOr llll-Tattnn Abramowitz on Sunday evening at %  "" '•' """ 7-so nm from lni Germ: ccupatl 7:30 p.m. The hook. 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Mrs '^ck Hartley (left) and Mrs. Myron Singer (riqht) are two volunteer models who will present tne "New Look of '64' : exclusive Couturier Creation* fr^m S'ks Fifth Avenue Co'..i .-.on at the Young Women's Division Luncheon at the : Plaza Hotel on Mar. 24. Mrs. Hartley wears a Philip gown, and Mrs. Sinqer wears an elegant formal from phie collection. AUU, oman s njjoM i "tS&mmh. Flondliaiti Miami. Florida, Friday, March 13, 1964 Section B 'New Look of '64 Luncheon' On Tap for Young Women •New Look of '64" will highlight the no-minimum donation citywide luncheon of the Young Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal at the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Tuesday. Mar. 24. it was announced by Mrs. D Lawrence Sherman, chairman. Presenting the "New Look ol '64" exclusive couturier creations, courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue. will be members of the Young Women's Division. They will show both informal and formal wear from Saks' collection of originals designed by Sophie. Philip lluli tar. and other leading couturiers. MrC.oida Weissman Klein will be guest speaker at the Young Women's Division luncheon. Mrs. Klein's m o v i n g autobiography. All but My Life," based on her experiences in Nazi-occupied Europe, has been heralded as one of the great human documents to come out of World War II. The luncheon Committee repre senting all areas of Dade County. has planned the "New Look of '64" luncheon to tell the Combined Jewish Appeal story to all young women in Dade County, and also to invite them to share in the Combined Jewish Appeal which supports equally important programs here and in Israel and 30 countries throughout the world. Members of the Luncheon Committee include Mrs. William Binder. Mrs. Richard BricKman, MrPhillip Bloom. Mrs. Daniel Franco. Mrs. Robert Hart. Mrs. Robert Sussman, Mrs. Marvin Tavel and Mrs. Howard Trinz. Members of the Young Women's Division Board, which is carrying on an outstanding program of education and participation on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal, includes Mrs. Albert Weintraub. chairman; Mrs. William Binder. Nominating Committee; Mrs. Marshall Harris, education chairman; Mrs. Sam Luby. Jr.. campaign chairman; and Mrs. Benedict Silverman, advisor. sunshine faslnons BTJRD I NE "New Look of '64" is the title of the Young Women's Division !io-r:.-.mum dona'.ion luncheon at the Dupont Plazu Hotel on Tue = _-.v. Mar. 24. Mrs. D. Lawrence Sherman (left), luncheon chaiis-.an, introduces Mrs. Robert Hart (centei) end Mrs. Wil?:nder (right), two leading members of the Luncheon ~:iiee. Emanu El Sisterhood To Honor Many Past Chiefs At Luncheon Slated Here ol Temple Kmanu-FI anniversary luncheon he honoring "I all pasl %  in-, tnts who have served the since it was organized • Mrs Morris Rubin. Mrs. Helen Jamison, Mrs. Isadorc New man, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. Mrs. Arthur Klein, Mrs. Harry G. Rogv |ra C. Walsey, Mrs. Jack 1 Falk Sirs E. Alien Becker, Mrs. ypen, Mrs Sherman Kapli ". M George Goldberg, Mis. M'lton smith and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. "f these, ten are still active hoard i.embers, carrying major chairra; i>hips and responsibilities. MM Alexander Kogan is cur lent Sisterhood president. Theme of the luncheon will be Open Your Heart to Sisterhood." Mis. Jacob Glassman is luncheon chairman. Committee members are Mrs. Martin Smith, hostess chairman; Mrs. Alexander Gordon, table decorations; Mrs. Theodore Zalles, Mis Charles Rosen rarten, Mrs. Sam Wiesen, Mrs. Harold Levey, door; Mrs. Tobias Sussman. favors; Mrs. Philip Neuwirth. tickel>. Mrs. Max Bodermail arrangements; Mrs. Herbert Shapiro, program; Mrs Raymond Goodman, clerical; Mrs. Joseph M Lipton and Mrs. Samuel L.pton. patrons; Mrs. Theodore K.pn.s Mrs Murrav Schwartzman and Mr> Reuben Levin, members at large SPECIAL OCCASION DRESS IN EGGSHELL PINK 10.98 Sheer Dacron*" polyester frock is animated with a ruffled bodice, billowy skirt and fresh-from-the-garden rose just the dress to wear at the party! Pale-pale pink, sizes 7 to 12. young peoples' world, fourth floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (ai all 6 Burdme'j store*) ./



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r, 1 J n i>1 t Fage 2-B +Jewish norM*** Friday, March 13. 19S4 J \ I I r t r, a a t e e a v e ti Plans for the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital second annual President's Ball are discussed by eaders: standing (left to right) E. Albert Paliot. vice president; Saul Silberman, trustee; Harry L. Lewis, president; Morris Lomaskin; ctnd S. K. Bronstein, administrator. Seated Cedars Facilities Being Endowed (left to right) are Mrs. Stanley Myers Auxiliary president, Mrs. Ted Lotterman, Mrs. Pallot, Mrs. Lomaskin, Mrs. Benjamin Oren and Mrs. Lewis. The social event is scheduled for April at the Doral Beach Hotel. Newly-constructed facilities at collars of Lebanon Hospital are being endowed by a group of civic loaders and business executives, it has been announced this week by Harry L. Lewi-, hospital president. A pace setter in the contributors' category, Saul Silberman opened the fifth floor Silberman Pavilion ;< month ago. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector have endowed the entire sixth lloor, and patients are now occupying a substantial section of the wing Louis Pallot has endowed a room on the second floor in the Maternity Wing. Johnnie Feller has donated the costs of the fifth •loor Nurses' Station, and Robert Merrit also endowed furnishings of a patient room on the second floor. M A OlASS •i cur TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there'* Vom To spirit la tbit fine tet..."flavor crushed" (or fullest strength and sum* Utioo... richer taste and plea* •re with your fleishigs and tailchigi and betwert meal •ti reshment... Cawrtfccf Kosher t Xrict Rabbintcal SuperUMam Other rooms have been endowed bv Dr. Richard Finchell. Frank Levitas, M. David Blumberg, Samof statf. uel Danels and William McDonald Jr. Also Charles Charcowsky, Jacob Sher. Sam C. Levenson. the Albert Dubbin family. Morris Lomaskin. Philip Warshaw, J. S. Garvett, J. M. Kratze. flyman Stern. Joseph Krefetz, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Green blatt. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Landtield. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has recently completed the upper three Uoors, ad ing IT."> patient beds to the existing 108 beds on the first three floors. The 126,000 sq. ft. modern medical center is approved by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, and is a member of the South Florida Hospital Council, Florida Hospital Association, and the American Hospital Association, and is licensed by the State of Florida. Names Added To Tree of Life Temple Beth Am will add the names of the following families to the Tree of Lite in the new Tempi* lobby, on Friday evening. These names added are in recognition ril support to the nou building fund: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Goldstein. Dr. ;.nd Mrs. Edward Jeruss, Mr. and Mrs, Merlyn Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Garj Salzman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Salem, Dr. and Mrs Allan Michaclson, Mr. and Mrs, Edward Bramson, Mr and Mrs Manuel Flashman. Mr and Mrs Donald Frank. Mr and Mrs, Gerald Klugerman, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Morse. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg, Mr anl Mrs. Arnold Simon. Mr and Mrs Herbert Sobel. Mr and Mrs. Mar tin Stein, Mr. and Mrs Herman Mark.and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisen man The non-profit, non-sectarian community hospital ilocated at 1321 NW 14th St.. In the heart of Miami's civic and Medical Center. Administrator is S. K Bronstein, and Dr. Max Pepper is chief leach Chapter ,lates Functions Continuing with *•* *">'*£ elebrationi during the month of larch the (allowing Miami Beach !ada->ah Croups have slated funcions Bay Harbor Group will hold a •outh Aliyah luncheon and mustalatthe Eden Roc Hotel on WedMday. Chairman is Mrs. Joseph :p stein. and president is Mrs. G loberts. Esther Group will hold a Youth livah luncheon on Tuesday noon t the Algiers Hot*! BOM >'*"" oprano. vvill present musical sections Honored donorWill I*" resented with certificates, and rizes will be awarded to winners f a contest on an essa> on Youth uyab Luncheon chairman is Mrs Aaron Tipper, and president is Mrs llattie Salir. Southgate Group has scheduled a Youth Ahyah celebration tor Thursday, Mar. 19. at the AhiorHotel. Committee in charm are MiJoseph Borack, Mrs Pearl Elkin and Mrs. .lack Homalsky President is Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg. Exhibit at Beth David Mrs. Rosa l.evitan. attorne) and artist, is in charge of the exhibit at which Shirley 1 Green vi\f\ thou paintings, graphics and woodcuts, sponsored by Mt. Scopus Hadassah Monday afternoon at Beth David Social Hall. Marion Smith, noi trait painter, will make sketches of people viewing the exhibit Sholom Ladies Meet Wednesday In Lounge Sisterhood of Temple B loin will hold itregulai montblj meeting on Wednesday, 12 Ktp.nin the Sisterhood Louni nig to an announcement bj Mrs, Leo Levin, president. A program oi Passovei ill bv presented under the chairmanship of Mrs. Leon Timer MiMathe.v (onuuanday. of the Temple The* plan group, will give %  group of dramatic readings from Jewish tolklore. and Mrs. Solomon Goldman will demonstrate decoration (ur a festive Seder table Relro.tnvients will be served un der the chairmanship oi Mrs Jack Shapiro, hospitality i! The fourth in a series of five i,„ok reviews, sponsored by the Kronish spiritual lead,, Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, pie Beth Sholom wiII reyie Thi ,s slated for Monday. 1:30 p.m., at Shoes Of the Fisherman b> Mo-. (he Algiers Hotel Rabbi Leon ris 1. West L DISTRIBUTED er PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 373 N.E. 61st STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA NEW i ROKEACH KOSHER LIQUID DETERGENT V



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Friday. March 13, 1964 *Jfew/s#> nciridliicin Paae 3 Celebrating her 90th birthday, Mrs. jos.e Goldstrom. of Miami Beach, cuts a cake at the annual Fannie B. Lorber luncheon in Miami of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver. The cake is baked in *he shape of a new cottage the hospital plans to erect soon to handle the larae number of asthama sufferers seekinq admission. Aiding Mrs. Goldstrom are Robin Selkowitz 14, of Miami, an asthma sufferer rehabilitated at the Denver hospital; Dr. Constantine Falliers, medical director of CARIH; Mrs. Abraham L. Mellk, of Maplewood, N.J., a member of CARIH's National Auxiliary Board; and Jan Marjorie Greenfield 14, of Coral Gables, who also was rehabilitated at the Denver hospital. The hospital is a non-profit organization which provides free treatment *o asthma sufferers. Rabbi Schiff Will Review Book Sisterhood and Men's Club of leader of Beth El, and president Congregation Beth El will sponsor, of the Rabbinical Association of a book review on Tuesday evening Greater Miami, will review "The in Dora August Auditorium, Conversion of Chaplain Cohen." There will be entertainment and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual refreshments. Kosher for Passover an EMPIRE KOSHER TURKEY, DUCK or CHICKEN ..makes ^j/daya HOLIDAY! Lasy preparation because Empire docs the Koshenng lor you. Delicious eating because Empire processes only the most wholesome, voting and plump, tender and juicy country-fresh poultry available. Discover Empire' Mark of Rabbinical Supervision Strictly Controlled by Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations Mark of Approved Inspection of Product and Plant by U. S. Department of Agriculture Mark of Finest-Quality Young and Tender Strictly Kosher Poultry READY-TO-COOK Fresh and Fresh-Frozen fryers, Broilers. 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"A Way of Life," commemorating Pioneer Women's 40th anniversary, is being narrated by Mrs. Jeannette Miller, with Miss Yusko Aiko singing, accompanied by Mrs. Esther Barrett. Guest speaker. Mrs. Rahcl Hoter-Ishay, is a special emissary to Pioneer Women from its sister organization, Moetzet Ha poalol, (Working Women's Council) in Israel. She is a well-known eiucator and lecturer, with a deep understanding of women's problems in cities and vilages. The Hebrew University recently presented Mrs. [shay with the Morris Katz Award for her research project on problems of adult education. Born in Israel. Mrs. [shay is a member oi a distinguished family and a graduate oi Herzlia, the first Hebrew High School in Palestine. She also studied at the renowned Jean Jacques Rousseau Institute in Geneva. Switzerland. She is the wife of Col. Hoter [shay, first Judge Advocate General of Israel's Army and an officer of a British fighting unit in World War II. Some 650 guests are expected at the annual function, with Mesdames Abraham Seltzer and Anna Quaker in charge of hostesses, and Mrs. Sally Barr responsible for physical arrangements. There are nine Pioneer Women Clubs in Greater Miami. MKS. nAHtl HOTttliHAY Brandeis Women Slate Night Out Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club will sponsor a night out at the Algiers Hotel on Saturday evening, 7:30 p.m., featuring a roast beef dinner. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Frieda Dickens, Next Wednesday, the club will hold a card party at the Workmen's circle Center. 25 Washington Ave Recently, the Louis D. Bratdeis Club presented a check for S500 to National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Mrs. Ruth Schu'diner, president, who made th-; presentation on behalf of the clul said the funds will be used for an isolation room at the hospita visit jm tar rhovalate matza balls! Delightful balls of chocolate-nut-marshmallow, coconut and truffles, richly gift packaged 1.89 gift box of 24 Other luscious suggestions from Barton's, the name that guarantees you it's kosher for Passover. Bartonettes, 23 different centers 1 lb., 2.25 1 lb. 5 oz., Mi Passover Cookies from Old World recipes, 15 02., 'I.'Z.t Passover Petits Fours, 4 fillings, box of 21, 1.98 Chocolate AAatzos, Parve, 13 oz., 1.7ft Passover Almond Kisses in 1 lb. tin, 1.98 BARTON'S BONBONNIERE, first floor, miami first floor, fort lauderdale 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE! SHOP TONIGHT TIL 9:30 PAPONS 8



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t 4-B Jewish Fkridiat Friday, March 13, 1964 ... tzAtbout jicople and f^laca • • • FUN AT THE BARNETTS Simmic Barnett diqXt get any further away than the living room in her own house the night that she and Paul entertained at cocktails. She said the guests all said everything was delicious, but she didn't have first-hand information. Steve. Suzanne and Scott, who helped host with their parents, all agreed that their folks had the swingin-est bunch of friends to help them celebrate their 25th anniversary. The younger Barnetts also had some of their own friends. Since the town has grown so, the evening gave old friends from all over the county a chance to see and talk to each other. Among guests were Miriam and Ed Leven, Bunny and Jay Schwartz. Rose and Burton Kahn, Florence and Harry Markowitz. Esther and Al Green, Gladys and Mike Cowen, Grace and Nat Strauss, Alberta and Bill Pallot, Mayor and Mrs. Melvin Richard, Judge and Mrs. Sam Silvers, Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Botwick. and Mr. and Mrs. Irv Steinhorn. TIME OUT It was an intimate family dinner party at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. The Rabbi didn't wear a Yarmulka or the halo that everyone thinks he deserves as chairman of Combined Jewish Appeal. He was simply Rose Moseson's brother welcoming her fiance, Harry Rott, into the family. Belle's folks. Dr. and Mrs. Israel Goldfarb, have been visiting the past few weeks. Dr. Goldfarb spends most of his time composing music. One of his best known is the lamous liturgy for 'Sholcm Aleichem." BYE-BYE LEATRICE Minan (Mrs. Philip) Schiff and Charlotte I.Mrs. Leonard) VVolpe wrote a song for the surprise going-away luncheon at the Country Store to speed Lea trice Lieberman on her way lo her new home. They all gave her a camera so she could take pictures of her husband Haskell better known as Charlie, the two children. David and Bobby, and especially "I the new baby arriving in July. Among the guests expecting Leatrice to send them pictures were Roz (Mrs. Gerald 1 Soltz. Marilyn (Mrs Charles) Freefield. Shirley (Mrs. Arthur) Grossman, Sonia (Mrs. Richard) Horwich. Eileen (Mrs. Murray) Levine. s • HELLO YOUNG LOVERS The young lovers were at Westview Country Club the night that Felice and Samuel I.ipton entertained with a cocktail party and late supper. It was in honor of their daughter Iris' engament to Steven Schultz. Petite Iris was all in pink and looked adorable. In the entrance a decorative floral heart arrangement in pink and white carried greetings to the young lovers from the Liptons and Steven's parents. Matilda and Stephen Schultz. Floral framed pictures of the couple and their family made a good conversation piece. In the dining room tall holders which looked as if they were suspended from the ceiling spilled out a profusion of red and white flowers on the round tables. When the music and dancing stopped, a strolling accordionist look over. Among guests were Mr, and Airs. Murray Drexler. Mr. and Mrs. E, Allen Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Boderman. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carrier. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton, Mr. and Mrs. Jules (."banning, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sussklnd, Mr. and Mrs. Chick Chaiken, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mr and Mrs. Philip Neuwirth. Mr. and Mrs. Carle Weinkle, the Sam Levensons and Sidney Lefcourts. Iris and Stephen cut the five-tiered pink and white engagement cake, and danced the first dance. —FRANCES LEHMAN Anniversary Couple To Share Blessings With Old Residents Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, 1 will hold a birthday party at Douglas Gardens on Sunday, 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silverman, life members and workers for the j Home, celebrating their 42nd wed-! ding anniversary, will host the af-| lair. Mrs. Silverman, now honorary president, served as president of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged from 1951 to 1961. She is chairman of the building fund, corresponding secretary of the parent body group and a member of the Home's Admission Committee. Silverman has stimulated the growth of the Home's Thrift Shop sent a program of Gypsy music, from a small one-room operation %  and Mrs. Ila Roller Marks, who will to its present quarters at 7300 NW I sing. Mrs. Louis Hoberman. Is 27th Ave. rac |j folk dancer, will also Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program chairman, will introduce Elmer Horosny, violinist, who will prePost 85 to Mark Legion Birthday On Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m., Miami Beach Post 85 will celebrate the 45th birthday of the American Legion. Celebration will be in the Post Home, 1828 Alton Rd. It will also observe the 36th birthday of Post 85, which received its charter in 1928. Past commanders of the post will be honored. Commander Henry Coleman announced that a committee has been appointed to make all arrangements under the chairman ship of Past Commander Maurice "Doc" Klein, former councilman and vice mayor of Miami Beach. even after passover, people keep eating Streit's matzos! why not! Streit's Matzos ar so crisp and tasty you'll want to enjoy them all the time! They're extra fresh.. .extra crisp.. .'cause Streit's makes them right! Better keep a box of Streit's Matzos nearby.. .you can't stop eating them. Streit's Has Everything Kosher For Passover! under rabbinical supervision of RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK RABBI C. BIALIK MATZOS • EGG MATZOS • MATZO MEAL. CAKE MIXES IN PANS'CATSUP. FRUIT SLICES • MACAROONS South Dade Chapter, Women's Division, American Technion Society, hold a member-bring-a-member coffee at the home of Mrs. Maxwell Dauer, with the program including a film, "Technion — Israel Institute of Technology." Left o right are Mrs. Meyer Brilliant, program vice president; Mrs. Maxwell Dauer. financial secretary and hostess,Mrs. Moron Fellman. president; and Mrs. Henry Balaban, guest artis'. Cancer Society Paces for '64 Mrs. Mark Kubi'., diva chairman for the Pcrrine-Cutler Ridge area for the 1964 American Cancer So ciety residential campaign, this week expressed her appreciation to Shalom Chapter ol B'nai B'nth ••for deciding to ad pl as .1 -1 e project tin a.istancc ol the 1 an c er Socii ly in their residential campaign efforts Mrs Rubin, ;i three > ear \ eter an Hi this campaign, made special mention of the chapter president, Mrs. Lillian Gordon, lor her coop eration, "We certainly can use all the help we can get." Stal 'd Mr." Rubin. "In terms < %  : furtheri against this cruel we have only this ne crusadi 1 year in which to raise the • ecessarj for us ti carrj 1 S n ituhm and her .1" .Hid were recently with an 8 1 -.lb. boy, Jen also have a little %  %  year I 1 1 Stacie, she w .1so cute year."' remarked Susan. her with me hen I wenl door to door, she was ver suasive."' perform. Olga Bibor Stem, at the piano, will be accompanist. Refreshments will be served. The only Gef ilte almost as good as Mother's... is Mother's • For Your Passover Seder— in 3 Tasty Varieties Succulent fresh-water fish simmered in the same s-l-o-w r time-honored way. Careful blending, subtle spicing. and meticulous preparation makes MOTHERS the glorious gefilte fish to highlight your Passover Holiday. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER


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Friday, Marcli 13. 1964 Jewi Etfi Meridian Page 5-B Mildred G: Cooking Corner When a fami two, those cu'.= be purchased J tions. Or are for two. are -' frequently u>e i speed and sate such dishes as t burgers, or braili Ihem especial:; cook who ij-.in(i for whom I than cost. fl ly even th vary her mi suggesting t • a made with a '.••• tion cut, lam'; -r The Shank.. leg "i the lair > .••in.' le fount e-i p %  bout a pour.' is s< Id with pjthe lower hire more attracti also in order nmrc easilv in* numbers only t meal which can • individual por;~l large enough aurally the mosi in the menu. The r i preparation ol eaks, chops, hamr. i chickens make appealing to the I a wage earner. ::ne means more Lever, occasional ii-l cook likes to •o today we are -lies, which are er known one-poranks. the upper fore and Consist of a ece which weighs Often the meat of the breast and attached. For appearance, and lave the meat fit :he cooking dish. these extra parts should be cut BWay. If you like, they may be cooked along with the shanks, then served Itaer as a separate meal, or they can be used in lamb Stew or as barbecued lamb. If you enjoy bone marrow, have the butcher cut part way through the center of the shank piece. The resulting dish will be little less attractive, but it will enable you to enjoy the succulent interior of the bone. We do admit in advance that lamb shanks take somewhat more time to cook than speedy broiled ishes. but both of today's recipes are such masculine favorites that we are suggesting ways in which they can be worked into a busy schedule. Since the actual work r>f preparation in both is very little and they require no watching once they begin to cook, the recipes could be prepared at a time when the cook is spending a fewhours at home attending to other duties. The Lamb Shanks with Pineapple, an oven dish, could be baked along with several others for a complete Sunday dinner. Zesty Lamb Shanks, with their rich flavor, are simmered on top of the stove, and could be prepared during an evening at home, then refrigerated and reheated for a quick next-day's dinner. Both of these dishes can be frozen. And if you wish, both can also be prepared for a larger number by increasing all the ingredients in proportion. Lamb Shanks with Pineapple 2 lamb shanks 1 No. 1 flat can crushed pineapple 1 • teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 tablespoons frozen orange juice concentrate Visitor is Made Honorary Hostess At Service Center Mrs. Blan ol Providence an honorar I Bca ter Klitznar Dember, : has been made %  hostess of the rvicemen's Cen Mrs". Deib laining Stai %  she ind her • l 1);isi ancf* h h ter t. the> added c i usical ." been entertor mat y the a] e ol 6, Bill, enterat milit: rj Is. Believing i apeutic value, to their or Zj \ H .. yom -, moth ;K live with t.: > ever, she h viei en. i i for a short v ith arm.linxs at the S here. ing nurse and Dember is Scouts, How ii gotten the ser l ro Miami Beach she came ith gifts lor the icemen's Center Her parent J ry Klittner, AM., spend a ter in Miami B to bring so: vicernen. • and Mrs, liar 272 Washington part of every win%  • • :i and newer fail [ for the ser Mrs. Blanche Dember giceted b" Mrs, Maurice Klein. Rabbi's Wife To be Honored Mrs. .hick Schwartz, president of the Bikur Cholim of the Israel it. (enter, announces that a luncheon will be held on Wednesday noon to welcome Mrs. S. T. Swirsky. wife of.the new spiritual leader ot the Center. Co-chairmen for the luncheon are the Mesdames Pearl Ciment, Elsie Eisner. Jack Kinkelstein, Bella Izaks. and Dorothy Silver. Mrs. Julius Steinberg is the ticket chairman. AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! SWISS KNIGHT puts the tingy big-wheel flavor of Switzerland's finest Grtryin Cheese in handy foil-wrapped slices and wedges. Wonderful for lunch, snacks, or entertaining guests. Pick up SWISS KNIGHT* at your store today! Salt and pepper Have the lower bone and any attached breast meat removeo from the shanks. Remove also any excess fat. Sprinkle the meat on all sides with salt and pepper to taste and place the shanks side by side in a casserole which can be brought to the table. Combine all the remaining ingredients and pour over the meat. Do not dilute the orange juice concentrate. Cover the casserole tightly and bake at 350 (legs. F. about 1' a hours, until the lamb is very tender. Serve from the casserole. This amount makes two portions. Zesty Lamb Shanks 2 Iamb shanks 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 12-oz. can vegetable juice cocktail 2 small, whole carrots, scraped 2 medium-small onions, peeled 1 very small clove garlic, minced 2 tablespoons red wine Salt and pepper to taste Have the lower bone and any attached breast meat removed from the shanks. Remove also any excess fat. Heat the oil in a heavy saucepan over medium heat, add the shanks and brown well. Pour off all the fat in the pan. Add all the remaining ingredients, bring to a boil, then simmer, covered, until the meat is tender, about 116 hours. Skim off any surface fat. This dish is equally good with mashed potatoes, boiled noodles, rice, or kasha. The recipe serves two. Ittty *ot 6


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\ D i A n -^ -age 6-B +Jen1$lh Fk>ridfiarin Friday. March !3. 1934 n j bv ISABEL GRCVE Intimate family wedding Fri lay for Mrs. Ida R. Beck, of Coril Gables, and William D. Singer. Hoyal Castle board chairman Following the nuptials, to be held in t h e bridegroom's Brickcll and has been active in county and state politics. Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen, of 16 W. DiLido Dr.. DiLido Island, will entertain at a miscellaneous shower on Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m.. in honor of her cousin. Miss Iris Weiss Iris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Weiss, of 58G0 SW 10th St.. Miami, recently became engaged to Albert Mintus Mr. Mintus is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Manning A. Mintus. of 1750 Washington Ave. Decorative colors will be green, white and silver Entertainment will include strolling accordionist Miss Barbara O'Hare, song duets by Mrs. Bernice Keeland Mrs Lil;i Furches Miss Evelyn Shearston will sing and play piano, and there will be piano selections by (Catherine Patterson Guests will include Principal Mrs. Bernice Keels and faculty members of Kensington Park Elementary School, where Miss Weiss teaches first grade Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss, senior hostess, and Kyle and Melanie Cohen, junior hostesses Members of both the pro-pee tive bride an.I groom's families and friends will attend. aid i Prulterman, five grandchildren, and a greatgrandchild on the way. Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Graham, ol Leeds, England, being entertained heii' by relative... On Tuesday. Edythe and Jules Freeman will have a party for 50 at their South Miami home Expected guests include the hostess parents. Anne and Israel Teitch. the Franks. Middy and Robert. Bertram and Gloria Kfare. the Jack Smalls, the Joe Oreenbergs, Dr. and Mrs Sender Stolove, of Hollywood. Fla. Stella (Mrs. Graham is a sister of Sir Barnet Janner. member of British Parliament Former Miami Beachite, Molly Misheloff. now returned to her new home in Los Angeles, Calif., alter a three-week visit here with cousin Ann Sadowsky Among friends entertaining Molly here are Mr. and Mrs. William Cohan. Mr and Mrs. Charles Berne. Mr. ami Mrs. Al Passes. Mr. and Mrs Harry Schuldiner and Mr, and Mrs. Irving Rabin. Delightful brunch for old and new friends at the Barcelona on Sunday, hosted by Hie Chapman-. E Ina and Jimmy: the Lewins, Ian and Harold, and the Len kowskys, Anne and Nat Guests included Fan's mother, Vetta Cream, and out-of-towners. Mr and Mrs. Benne KM/.. Man haltan Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Finkelstein, Long Beach. and Mrs. Sarah Gross, Brooklyn Friends of Robin Zelkowitz so delighted to have her back in town, they feted her at a surprise party Saturday night at the Miami Beach home of Eva Won Ifarth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Zelkowitz. 2117 SW 19th Ter 13-year-old Robin, a student at the Hebrew Academy, spent 11 months in the Asthmatic Home in Denver Expected Sunday from New York. Mrs. Mae Lepselter will be houseguest of sister Roz and Len Zilbert in their North Bay Island home The Zilherts' son has been accepted at the Universitj (it Florida Graduating from Beach Hi in June, the outstand ing 16-year-old student iplan ning %  > career in medicine. one entry equalled on.' ribbon for I.ili Duntox whose orchid i x hibit, "Epiden, rum Radicans," was .indued best at the flower show given las) weekend at the Garden Center by the four Miami Beach Garden Clubs Phyllis and Joe Kreletz. leaving soon for an extended tour of Europe, entertained 40 friends at cocktails and dinner Saturday evening in their Coral Gablewaterfront home Guests in eluded the Joseph Kleins, the Isa dore Berks, the Ben Essens and the Norman Harrows. Passover in Israel and reunion with son Alan and his family for Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin leaving in April Alan, at pre.-en in Rome on a year's grant from the Ford Foundation, is on the faculty at Columbia Universit) in the Government Depart ment A weekend business trip for Bernard Zipp who jetted in from California and stayed with broth er and sister-in-law Monnie and Edith Zipp ... All too little time to catch up "ii new-, and actit tie. of the five children I I',. | raid has promise ; a longer visit soon with wife Jean ami their t\ ffspring, Stevenson Charms Miami at Eleanor Roosevelt Rally IDA R. BECK to wed William Singer '11w II House apartment, the couile v. iil sail (in the SS France lor n otended honeymoon trip singer, past member of the State load Board and Chamber of Commerce Government Research 'ouncil, i.well known for his civic and community activities, Golden wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Myer Moskowitz. of 1849 James Ave., to be celebrated with a dinner tor friends and family on Sunday at the Martinique Hosts will be Dr. and .Mrs. ,1. S. Beilly. friends of the honoreefor over -10 years Mr. and Mrs. Moskowitz. originally from Brooklyn, have two daughters. Ruth (Mrs. Paul) Steinberg and Grace (Mrs. GerTHE ISRAELITE CENTER Cordially Invites you to an Open House and Reception to honor our new Rabbi SHMARYAHU T. SWIRSKY and his FAMILY SUNDAY, MARCH 15th, from 2 to 5 P.M. in our Social Hall, 3198 SW. 24th Terrace i Clip coupon • MS and learn how KLM can fly you to Israel and back for $535 — and you dont have to belong to an established group P LEASE tell mc how I can fly to Israel without joining an established group. Also send a list of departure dates, itineraries and prices for tours of Israel and Kurope, and a copy of the free leaflet, "Jewish Life in Amsterdam". Name — Address City Z one_Stmt-_ '\mv i-la I i,-n .N*w TnrK. s|M-( lal l.rnel leri'Up f r Setting a whirlwind pace faster than any he ever displayed m Florida when twice campaigning for the presidency. Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson dramatical!} pushed forward the causes ol human rights, the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation, the United Nations and this nation's foreign policy during a two-day visit to South Florida this week. The United States representative to the UN was at his best in fielding scores of questionat two major press conferences in Wesl Palm Beach and Miami, speaking at luncheons in Palm Beach and Miami, and addressing dinners in his honor in Miami Beach ami Palm Reach. He said the Roosevelt Foundation, initiated by the late President John F. Kennedy and the first ever chartered by Congress, is embarking on a gigantic program of human rights this year with the initial proceeds of a nationwide campaign to raise $25,000,000. The two-time Democratic nominee for the Democratic Party, whose chances for the Vice Presidency were reportedly boosted by the strong showing of former UN Envoy Henry Cabot Lodge in NewHampshire, said "I would gladly accept an invitation from Mr. Johnson to be his running mate, but I don't really expect to be asked." Former Congressman Bill Lantaff, Food Fair Chairman Sam Friedland, and political and com Open House Reception Israelite Center is having open house and reception for Rabbi S. T. Swirsky and his family Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m.. in the social hall. Rabbi Swirsky is new spiritual leader at the Center. munal leader Col Jacob Arve> t>> provide for the extensive c< served as Greater Miami chairlections of Mr-. Roosevelt, Airmen leu' tin' Foundation's efforts bassador Philip M Klutznick, naTwo new wings to the FDR Liblional campaign chairman, ri ran at Hyde Park will be added ed. Jewish National Fund CONCERT For I FORM DANCE GROUPS < % 6 or 8 COUPUS CHA-CHACHA { | CHRIS DALTON J t DAY OR EVE INSTRUCTIONS < % WEDNESDAY MITE CONTESTS < Deluxe Trophic* Awarded ', Champagne TEl. UN 4-77H t ••!.. un 0-//M i 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. i % SHERRY FRONTENAC HOTEl < % 65 St. 4 Collins Ave., Miami Beach DR. HERBERT A. BRAUTMAN Optometrist Announces the location of his new Offices at 900 N. Miami Beach Blvd. ''• %  "••!'"."" fhopplm Center %  V Miami I!, a |,. |.-)., Tel. Wl 7-7472 Formerly at 731 N.E. 167th St. JOHN F. KENNEDY MEMORIAL FOREST In Israel MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM MARCH 31st, 1964 STARRING • TOVA PORAT International Singing Star AMIRAM RIGAI Concert Pianist, direct from Carnegie Hall EPHRAIM BIRAM World Renowned Baritone ELIAHU GAMLIEL Flutist MARCIA GAMLIEL Percussion HADASSAH BALDACH Interpretive Dancer • ADMISSION • 1 Tree 2 Trees 3 Trees 4 Trees 18 Trees 25 Trees 50 Trees donation $2.00 donation $4.00 donation $6.00 donation $8.00 (Chai) donation $36.00 (donor) (2 seats) donation $50.00 (patron) (2 seals) donation $100.00 (sponsor) (2 seats) TICKETS AVAILABLE AT Miami Beach Auditorium El Al Airlines Sherman Ticket Agency Jewish National Fund 420 Lincoln Road, Room 390 >



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Friday. March 13, 1964 *len/#j/*r/cto/7 Paae 7-3 'Y' Women Hope To Buy Bus The home of .Mrs. Richard Touby, 57 Samana Dr., will be the setling lor a dessert coffee -i ed by the Miami • Y" Women's 1 Auxiliary on Monday at 12:30 p.m. The group this year has mi ortaken the project ol providing a new bus for the Miami YMH \ to be uscl in I'IC children's and senior citizens' pro-rams. Mrs. Jack Amazon, president ol the group, announces that Mrs. .Stanley Spieler. Mrs. Eugene llei man. Mr-. Jerome Kramer, Mis Richard Touby and Mrs. Arthur Stein arc in charge of arrange mer.ts for the dessert coffee. Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal imembership chairman. Temple Or Olom Sisterhood will honor Sisterhood members who have completed five or more donors at its second annual "Donor Night" affair at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Completing plans for the function are (left to right) Mrs. Jerome Himmelfarb, projects vice chairman; Mrs. Henry Lippman, donor records chairman; and Mrs. Eli King, donor affairs chairman. Plans are also currently being mapped for the organization's annual donor luncheon Apr. 16 at the Doral Beach Hotel. Suburban League In New Project Members of the Suburban League have adopted a new service program at Variety C'hilo'ren's Hospital, it was announced this week by Mrs. Charles Himniel. president. Starting Mar. 15. volunteers will assist in the management of the new reception booth. Duties will consist of relieving the switchboard, giving intormation to workinparents on the condition of their sick children, and acting as receptionists for visitors entering the hospital, Mrs. Lawrence I). I.andy heads up the new volunteer project. The i^roup, which supports care ol tuo indigent cancer patients ;.t Variety, has also announced a tummage -ale to be held Mar. 16 in 21 at Perrine shopping Center from 8:30 to 5 p.m.. daily. Co chairmen arc Mrs. Norman A Share and Mrs. Edward S. Pcldman, Merchandise and equip men) needed include clothes racks. hangers, tables, and paper bags. New members who have recent rolled in the sen ice organization arc Mrs. Milton Goodman MiHerb Dickler, Mis. Harris Klein, Mrs. Jordan Matlm. Mrs. Walter Mason, Mrs. Albert Weintraub, and Shirley Blum. Speech Contest Next Week Annual elimination speech contest >ponsored by the George Gershvt in Lodge 196 is scheduled tor Monday, 7 p.m in the Boulevard Hotel, and Tuesday. 7:30 p.m., in the President Madison Hotel. The Lodge offers $5,000 in scholarships. Chairman of the Youth Welfare Committee is Maurice Bernard. Rabbi Stern en Television Rabbi Tibor II. Stern will present pre-Passover program on Sunday, 10:30 a.m.. on the Jewish Worship Hour sponsored by Greater Miami Rabbinical Association over Ch. 10. Premium Yuban Great for Serving During Passover Passover is a warm holiday and a good time to offer your family and guests an extra measure of pleasure by serving them Yuban Coffee, the premium coffee of General Foods. As you might expect. Yuban costs a little more than regular coffee, but the difference in taste imore than worth the difference in cost. The taste tells you that here i> a codec made from the pick of the coffee beans, aged carefully, deep roasted, and blended artfullj to give you a flavor that can't lie matched %  your company will ask for sec and and third cups when you serve Yuban coffee, so be sure to make enough lor all those coffee-lovers in the crowd. Yuban is available in regulai and instant. Try both and you'll quickly realize that you can't make or serve a better cup of coffee, holiday time or any time— ST. Etman Fur Fashion Show At Belle Plaza A fashion show with furs and narration by I. K. Etman will open a Sunday night series of special events at the Belle Plaza on Belle Isle. Furs will be modeled by members of the Belle Plaza Women's Club. The series is directed by the Belle Plaza Men's and Women's Clubs. Etman is widely known as one of Israel's first pioneers. He ati tended Haifa Engineering School j and was a patriot in the Haganah. I His furs were on display at the Court of Peace in the previous New York World's Fair. Owner of a fur shop in the Pi Lido Hotel and his own plant in New York. Etman recently applied for a federal patent on the interchange and intricate construction of two colors in mink. He also designed the new "tulip" stole as a departure from the mink stole ol the past two decades, q Models include the Mesdames Daniel Newman, Harry Steiger, Harold Goodstein. Samuel Miller, Arthur Sommerfield. Nat Wolf. Edith Thai. Lillian B. Swartz. Hilda Kabaker and Anne J. Harris. Commentator will be Helen Al-' pert. Women's Club president. Planning to provide wheels for children of the Miami YMHA in the form of a new bus are (left to righ*.) Mrs. Richard Touby Mrs. Stanley Spieler, Mrs. lack Amazon and Mrs. Jerom; Kramer. Beth Torah Sets Shower of Stars Well-known comic Milt Ross will act amaster of ceremonies al Beth Torah Congregation's annual Shower of Stars on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. The Jerry Grant Theatrical Ag ency iarranging for some of the top talent in Hie area to appear. Among entertainers will he Na poleon Reed. Willie Restum and Paul Grey. Tickets are available at Betil Torah Congregation. Rabbi Richter to Speak Rabbi Harold Richter will be guest speaker at an adult education session at Beth Torah on Thursday, Mar. If). 9 p.m. <2UJ• Clue P< ariMen I cordiatly in riffs von lit vigil their Hriilal Salon /Yaltirinp original and top, name designer gotcnx. We wueeUubte in individually designed exquisite headpieces for the bride and Her altendenl*. 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I D l^ o Page 8-B txjfeu If* fktrkUeun Friday, Match 1G, 1364 trie Tutelsky Marshall Sober Stephen Reinhard Stephen Reinhard High, whore he excels in math Stephen Reinhard, son of Mr. I and plays the ilium in the school and Mrs. Leo Reinhard. 1045 Leband. Kiddush in henor of the Bar Mitzvah will be served in the Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall after the services. Michael Matikin Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of nox Avo., will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Mar. 14, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate. A seventh grade student at the Academy. Stephen is a member of the School Patrol. Science Club and Student Council. Celebrant's mother is a life member of Hebrew Academy | ,Chael ?" Mrs Davld A f ,z Women, member of its board, vice *'"• "> Saturday morning. Mar. president and chairman of room 1 1 4 at • T ,c m plc. mothers of PTA. A, cha c a, cnds sc ,Y. c ,h !" d ,..,... .,.'• Nautilus Junior High and is His father is a member of the interested in history and geoBoard of Directors and a life memgra h „ js hobbicg ,„ footbal| ber of Hebrew Academy. and baseball Stephen's grandparents, Mr. and i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon are Mrs. Sam Reinhard, are founders grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah. of the Academy and vice presi| The eelebrant will be honored dents of the organization. at a luncheon following the serKiddush in honor of the Bar vice at the Algiers Hotel. Mjtzvah will take place following j the services. Marshall Sober a I Marshall, son "of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Turetsky Jac { Sober, 7500 W. Treasure Dr., Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro willj win be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Nor j conduct Saturday morning serTamld on Saturday. Mar. 14, at j vices, Mar. 14, at Beth David Con5 Pm -> witn R abbi Eugene Labogregation, when Eric Bernard, son vitz officiating. of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Turetsky, will become Bar Mitzvah. Eric is in the seventh grade at Palmetto Junior High, and plays clarinet in the school band. Outside activities include tennis, swimming and basketball. Mr. and Airs. Turetsky will host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, and a Kiddush on Saturday to honor the young celebrant. Craig Ball Craig. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ball. 660 NE 179th St.. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Mar. 14, at Temple Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E. i apian will officiate. One of the top students in the Religious School of Temple Adath Yeshurun. the celebrant is a 7th grader at John F Kennedy Junior The celebrant is a student of i Temple Nor Tamld Religious 'school, and Nautilus Junior High. A reception at the Barcelona Hotel will follow the services. __ Neil Marcus On Saturday morning. Mar. 14. at Temple Zion, Neil, son of Mrs. Joan Marcus and Mr. Leslie Marcus, will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Neil, a seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High, plans to continue his studies in the Temple Zion Confirmation Class. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush following the ceremony. Bruce Kimmel Bar Mitzvah of Bruce, son of Mrs. Fay Kimmel and Henry Kimmel, will be celebrated Saturday. Mar. 14. at Minchah services of Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Bruce is in the seventh grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High He is a member of the Pal Club, plays (!nims in the school band and is interested in coin-collecting. The celebrant's grandmother. Mis. Fannie Kimmel, will be among the relatives attending the ceremony. Alan Wall Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Wall, will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congregation on Saturday. Mar. 14. Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Hyman Fein will officiate. A student of the Beth Moshe Hebrew School, Alan attends John F. Kennedy Junior High, where he plays drums in the school band. He is active in all sports, including bowling, baseball and football. Kiddush in Alans honor will follow the services, and on Saturday night, open house will be held in his home. Left to right are Sen. Spessard Holland, Jercrr.e G. Greene, chairman, JVS Employers Advisory Committee Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, president of JVS. and Dr. Michcei Goodman, executive director. $22,707 FOR VOCATIONAL SERVtCZ Jewish Agency Gets U. S. Grant PROF. AARON UPMAN • Ctl00S€ your favorite styie or HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN : GEFILTE FISH Prof. Lipman To be Speaker Prof. Aaron Lipman will be guest speaker at the second in a series of Iccture-rliscussions sponsored by the YM-YWHA of Greater .Miami on the general theme. The Search lor a Way of Life." The second session will take place Tuesday night. 8:15 p.m.. and deal with the question, -What is Important in Life lor the Woman?" Dr. Lipman iassistant professor <>i sociology at the University ol Miami, where he teaches a course in marriage and the family. The series habeen arranged lor men and women from 25 to -in .carMI age in the southwest area. The grmip meets in the Community Room (il the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association at SW H)4th St and Dixie Hwy. Admission is by enrollment only. Sen. Spessard Holland announced this week in Miami that he had been informed by the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare that the Jewish Vocational Service of Miami has been awarded a grant in the amount ot S22.707. The award is for the fourth year of a special program the agency conducts in the' vocational rehabilitation of older disabled people 50 years of age and over. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. agency president, reported that this brings the total to $102,245 the agency has received for this program from the federal government. Sen. Holland said the special program of the Jewish Vocational Service is non-sectarian and serves all people regardless of race, color or creed. The agency has •successfully placc.l more than 100 of these older workers in regular jobs in industry, and last year their earnings in Da. t eunn .>uneil It now '.•1 pending for United fund >>t ,. i :D 3\V: 3 Simmered tuiiedi-giornoia'am! jops-'m-Taste Gtuality! REGULAR ... in liquid broth or jelled sauce jumbo or snack-%ize portions. DE LUXE made with aristocratic PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively with homey thick, shimmering jelled sauce. ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER DISTHBUTtD BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 373 N.E. 61st STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Freedom Lodge Lists Slate Of Nominees Herman Nudelman, chairman of the Nominating Committee of Freedom Lodge, reported the recommended slate of officers for the >ear beginning Apr. I. Election will be held at the next meeting on Mar. 23 at the Surfside Community Center. Emanuel Tepper is current president, and Nudelman was the organizer and is honorary president Ol the lodge. The slate is as follows: President, Charles J. Kossove vice presidents. 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Triday. March 13, 1964 *Je&lsti fkJrlcMwi Page 9-B World Zionist Actions Committee Opens Friday NEW YORK — l Soviet Jewry. 64 Florida Derby Set at Gulfstream No one can predict what the :>t Florida Derby will bring in lie way of thrills and unusual incidents, but if history is any cri'erion. something unusual will nark this SIOO.OOO mile and an f ighth classic for three-year-olds. !" Successful invasions from other acing centers, tight finishes, sheer drama furnished by the elements plus the rise and fall of many thoroughbred stars have marked the first 12 runnings of the Florida Derby. When the 1364 event is run Apr. 4. the record will be "13-or-13" in the hit parade department. When Gulfstream Park revived the Florida Derby in 1952. no time A as lost giving the race something about which to crow. A field of 18 vent postward, then a record tor .i local stakes, and when the horses 'lashed across the finish line, heads separated the first three. Victory went to Brookmeade Stable's Sky Ship with Tandsome Teddy and Sandtop next. Ronnie Nash was the winning jdcfcej California got its second Florda Derby victory last spring when Rex Ellsworth's Candy Spots pre vailed handily over Sky Wonder and Cool Prince. Candy Spots, with Shoemaker aboard, ended an amazing series of close finishes with his authoritative triumph. In 12 previous runnings of the ^Florida Derby, eight favorites have won and the last six have been taken by the public choices. He paid special tribute to the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, as well as to the Synagogue Council of America and the American Jewish Committee for reaching unanimous agreement on "convening a National Conference on united action on a particular problem of prime importance to the %  Jewish people. It is to be hoped that if this trend is nurtured and Soviet Jewry, sponsored by 24 I strcnRtncncd lt w jn i ca( | to a more national organizations. %  far rcaching integration of the "American Jewry has thus < American Jewish community,' shown a gratifying capacity for said Dr. Neumann. jy^l -£%£, Cr BRAND DELUXE I llllMI, His MFtlOIIITII coNimrv i QV.IT v=r*i.,nfc JIM"-> MAKES PASSOVER A REAL YOM TOY LOOK FOR • Pickles • Tomatoes • Horse Radish • Russell • Borscht • Sauerkraut • Chicken Broth • Gefilte Fish • Tzimmes Till Si: ITEMS: • Schav • Roumanian Kraut • Deluxe Mix • Pepper Delight 9 Egg Borscht • Horseradish & Beets • Matzo Ball Soup • Chicken in the Pot • Flonkcn in the Pot SEASHORE FOOD and PICKLE PRODUCTS C/ BRAND COOKING (ROSSfLU Kosher for Passover Phone MIX 1-3511 nog} 1UJ3 Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern co-'vn i **" ^^ JUST MCAT A"0 y l BOILED BEEF F1P RtMlGCNAICO v'to CflEAM 9TVLB SCHAV 6 ** w*v HOT ot coco GEFILTE FISH (Til V II III > JUlt MIkT t-DMivl MATZO BALL i&L SOUP JUT M(A1 AMP M*l



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r„_.. no Page 10-B -Jew 1st flcrldflan Friday. March 13, 1964 Zionist Club To End Season Rabbi Max A. Lipchitz, <>f Temple Beth Torah, North Miami Prize-Winning Film "The Easy Lift open-. WednesJ* day at Wometc Mayfair, \,„. manJrle, Pafkwaj and Sunset An Theatres, offering movie goers a Heath, a former president of the chance to participate in the [ Madison, Wis., Zionist District, and-games ah Italy s Riviera will be guest speaker at the final Starring are Cat c ZfUlk AH, meeting of the .Miami Invitations are in the mail announcing a reception being aiven by Mrs. Jennie Grossing^ honoring Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. Founders of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, who will participate in the reception at Mrs. Grossinger's home are standing (left to righO Jack Riikin, Bernard Katz, Joe Mechlow, Leo RutMrs. Grossinger Will Host Pete For Dr. Lehrman Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, %  founder of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel, will be hostess at a reception in her home, honoring Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El and a member of the national Board of Directors of the American Technion Society, serving his fourth cosecutive term. The function will be held Thursday evening. Mar. 19. Robert Lurie, radio and television commentator and producer, and author on Israel and the Middle East, will be guest speaker. Lurie i> renowned for his dramatic interpretation of Jewish life in America and abroad. He is the originator and narrator of i the American Jewish Tour, awardwinning radio magazine heard for many years in 26 cities. lone 'Dime Bank* Mizrachi Affair Kinnerct Chapter of Mizrachi stain, Southern Regional director of the Socisty. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Fannie Frommcr, Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the South Florida Chapter, Dr. William Fondiller. first national president of the American Technion Society, Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president of the Women's Division, Greater Miami Chap ter, .and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Naomi Group Fashion Show Naomi Group of Hadassah will hold a fashion show at the Di Lido Hotel on Monday evening, 9 p.m. Original designs by Fashion Creators of Miami will be presented, an:l entertainment will be offered during the evening. Chairman is Mrs. Charles Fisherman O n Tuesday evening. Tikvah Croup of Hadassah will hear Mrs. Herbert Rose review "Strange Wives," by Shirley Barker. Event is for the benefit of Hadassah MedBeach Dis trie! of the Zionist Organization of America Luncheon Club. Jacob C. Fishman, chairman of the Weekly Luncheon Club, announced that the final meeting of the club year will take place on Wednes day, 12:15 p.m.. in the (ining room of the Hebrew Aea.kmy. Israel Porush, president of the Student Council of the Hebrew Academy, will extend gratings on behalf of the student body. The luncheon, which is open to the public, will hear an address by 1 Rabbi Lipschitz on "The Meaning of Freedom for the Jew Today." Dr. Abraham Wolfson will re view the news and community singing has also been planned. Assisting Fi-hman are two national ZOA leaders. Dr. Morton J". Bobbins and Mortimer May. Also Ben Ciller, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, Gil Rappa port, executive director of the Southeast Region ZOA. and Joseph Alter. Herman Wilson. Louis Ra 1 hinowitz. Herman Weintraub. Abe Rubin. Bernard Katz, Joseph Spar 1 and Faye Tupler. torio Gassman Jean Louis. rrinfgnant. Th< prize-winning comedy-drama, :.. <alth." lizat onal m< tin was held in i 13 i vening at Dr, 1560 Washington Ave. Kim's Becoming Gourmet Spot l":i-i becoming a genuine gourmet attraction at the west end of tamed Lincoln Road in Miami Beach is Kim's Chinese Restaurant. Operated by two brothers who fled Hong Kong during the early days of the Sino-Japanese war in ; m wlnes beca,| se now instead the late 30\s, Kims features both mak ,n 8 Kiddush over a n ordiCantonese and Hong Kong cuisine i ary ""? ,he v ian makc Kiddush \ Lunches and dinners are both VCr a h '8 hl .v-cultivated and inter• available at Kim's, with cither full j na,10nal 'y-Pnzed wine from Israel. • course meals or ala carte service I 1 a /"" ,l0n ,0 the connoisseur's ; i nigh honors for Jerusalem wines I who wouldn't prefer this wine for Kiddush possible ruth? Jerusalem wines are under the I supervision of the Beth Din Tzcdek of the Eda Charedis of Jerusalem. In addition, there are also available for Passover Jerusalem hquors, like Sliwowitz, Brandy and Wishniak—S.T. nnmVVr-iVim.TnTnC'M -"""i?\!" ls Ior ,nt enel 0l 'Hadassah MeetWill introduce simple experiments Mrs. Edward Lewis, o; Miami held in SSuSL^S^Z of jg %  "•"* %  < 6700 SW 125,h J' <"-"—• "*• ** '-siden, of Mi:, the Seville Hotel on Saturday at 9 p.m. Gala show dance will feature the Barton Bros., comedians; i Holly Warren, singer; and the Vera Rio dancers. Dancing will follow the show. Mrs. Sophie Schrager, president, explained, "The money collected from Dime Banks in the past went for the treatment of glaucoma in Children in Israel. Now that the disease has diminished, the money goes to our Youth Aliyah projects in Israel Chairman of the aifair is Mrs. Hannah Fite. Committee members are Mesdames Jeanne Finkeistein, Esta Karpell and Bess Sokol, and Mrs. Arthur Roth is fund-raising vice president. Mrs. Lily Stone is regional coordinator. Jerusalem Wines Prized for Quality Since the first boat with just B few hundred cases oi Jerusalem wines arrived in New York le than three years ago, hundredof thousands oi bottles of Jeru• salem wines have been consumed in homes throughout the country—in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles. Miami and dozens of other communities. Families have switched to JcruCINEMA L w*roi to. i3d si. Show* Continuous from 1:30 LEON SCHECHTER'S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE A FILMS ON STAGE IN PERSON jemr HOIIAND Famous Yiddish-American Singer %  ONKI GARDNER Yiddish-American Songstress STEVE MIL Funn.est Man in Show Business Schtchttr t Stein in Comedy • ON SCREEN • Spectacular Biblical Story "JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN" Matinee 55c Evenings 1.25 -a wine with the highest compliance with KashWhat Margarine should Jewish Families use? ftfiit'B ? M UrSe! BeCaUSC Mar Parv i thcdclicious, kosher, parevc Marcarme-madn SMS h, S hl yu s v aturated corn oil and other vegetable oi Is with Vhannn A and I) New Film on Israel Dr. Simon Wilensky, president will conduct fhc business agenda I of Poale Zion, Chain Grcenberg | Branch of Greater Miami, on Wed-1 nesday evening at the Farband j Cultural Center, 842 Washington i Ave. Program will include a new film on Israel with Ephraim Yaffec, cultural chairman, narrator. 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*. ki*i <#? Fkurirlfar Page 11-B Jewish Bui/dings Ordered Protected SAU PAULO — (JTAi — Secur ily police ordered full protection fi>r all Jewish buildings in Sao Paulo. Including the Israel con sulate. in the wake of a series ol anti-Semitic attacks during the past weekend. (Jen Aldcvio B. Barbosa de Lemos. head of the sccurty police 'he Brazilian people." irom.^d to talce all possible measThe incidents included the plantares to prevent any repetition ol ing oi a homo in the Beth Jacob he attacks and to lind the perschool in Sao Paulo suburb, which petralors. caused considerable damage to 'ine Governor of Sao Paulo the school in a pre-i'awn explosion. Vlhemar de Banos, expressed his the firing of eight to ten rounds mppoit of the Jewish community into a Jewish-owned plant and and said that the attacks had "viesmearing of anti-Semitic slogans lated the anti-racist sentime.its of I and swastikas on the plant and Jewish schools. I %  .ored guests at a Mar. 29 reception to be held by the Amerh Jewish Physicians' Committee, 'he Doctors Emphrim and Meyers presented Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky this picture of Dr. Melech Perek in his lcborctorv at the t w Lmiversi;y of Jerusalem. Dr. Poiek occupies the plea Ch-:irowsky Chair in Poultry Science and Animal iene ct the university. sicians Plan Reception Here search begun in the United States. Both are graduates Of the He .lew University Medical School located in Ein Karen), Jerusalem. where Dr. Emphrim Meyers com menced his initial research in cardiology, and Dr. Evy Meyers began her graduate work in ophthalmology. Attending the reception, which v ill he an earlj evening gathering OD Mar. 29. will be many of the close to 200 members ol the American Jewish Physicians' Committee, their wive-and those members of the American Friend.-, who have special interest in the progress of the medical school, as shown by contributions to the library of the medical center, gifts to the Israel Wechsler Memorial Chair in Medical Education, membership in the Committee of the Roger.and llammerstein Wing lor Experimental Medicine and cancer research and scholarship and research grants. According to Dr. Marks, many of the officers and board members of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Physicians' Committee have visited the Hebrew I'niversity-Hadassah Medical Cen-1 ter and several have lectured in Israel at the invitation of the Israel Medical Society. Officers of, the local chapter include Dr. A. R. Hollender. vice president. Dr. Philip Gotlieb. honorary vice president, Dr. Harold M. Unger. secretary treasurer, and Dr. Louis G. Lytton, chairman of the Membership Committee. Died guests at a reception in me i I Dr and Mrs. Philip I), of i. or il Gables, will be iphrim Mi yers and Dr. Evy % ter Mey< i, ol Haifa. is |ccording to Dr. Meyer B. president of the American Physicians' Committee, the 1 arm the American BE of ;h Hebrew Universitj more ;:>. two years of '<• in the United %  through i fellowship grant l


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Page 12-B vjewisti Fk>ri4 '"JSL l,)ITH WOMAN OF THE WEEK Edith Levin was a happy little girl; she was a happy teen-ager, and now she is a happy matron. That inner glow reflected in her face tells the world she is exactly what she has always wanted to be—a contented wife and mother. Born and raised in Cleveland. O., she was active in dramatics in high school and was with the Hillel Players when she attended Ohio State University. She received her AB degree from Western Reserve. She and her future husband. Dr. Leo Levin, had already known each other. They were neighbors in fact, but it wasn't until they went to see 'The Citadel" together, a movie about a doctor, that their romance began. Edith's grandfather was a rabbi, and the quiet, haunting solemnity of the synagogue always impressed Edith as a child. Through the years, going to the Temple gave her a feeling of tranquility. She remembers well the pleasure of walking to Temple and Ihe Cleveland Jewish School. The Levins were married while he was practising in Cleveland. When Leo was called into service in 1932, Edith went right along with him for the next five years. It was a new experience because Edith had never done any traveling. It was also rewarding for the friendships made in war time which continued long alter. In California. Edith taught for a year, starting her in the field of working with children. The Levins never went back to Cleveland. They settled here an I and Started a family: Jane, Debby. Adrian and Albert. The fit i thing that Edith did on arriving in Miami Beach was to join Temple Beth Sholom and Hadassah. Through Ihe years and four children extended these to l'TA. Girl Scouts. Boy Scouts and car pools. Edith says that she feels, sometimes, just like a transportation officer and. no coubt, acts like one. It is small wonder that with Edith's background and her love for the Temple, she is currently president of the Sisterhood ol Temple Beth Sholom, where she relaxes and a feeling of peace steals over her. Leo's father was a cantor, and it is from him, no doubt, that Edith inherited her own beautilul voice. They sing in the choir at the Temple on Friday nights. Together, the whole family can put on a musical show and have done so lor Senior Citizens here. At present, science projects have top priority in the Levin household. Travel with trips that the whole family can participate in are a must. There is golf lor Edith and Leo when time permits. Now that the children arcold enough to do their own organizing, thev too feel that the most important thing is to see that 'father is able to relax and be comfortable, that the house is quiet and that he isn't disturbed. Edith too has learned to take the pressure of being a doctor's wife in stride. There are many people in this town whose day has been made just a little brighter by the sight of Edith's lovely smile. 1 %  *'<^SM M. AND MRS. WIlfNSKY WCKT Wins Top Awards WCKT Ch. 7 is the recent recipient of the George Washington Award for "outstanding accomplishment in bringing about a better understanding of the American Way of life The NBC television affiliate here %  will also receive an award shortly Irom the National Conference ol Christians and Jews, one of three throughout the country Specifically. WCKT will be cited lor its three-part documentary. The American Way" anc "fntc urafion—Florida's Conflict Ahead", Testimonial Will Honor Wilenskys Opening Sunday Testimonial dinner and entertainment will be held Saturday evening. Mar. 21, at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. Hosts are the Poale Zion, Chaim Greenberg Branch of Greater Miami. The function will honor Dr. and Mrs. Simon Wilenslcy and pay tribute to Dr. Wilenslcy on the occasion of hi 80th birthday. Dr. Wilensky is president of the Poale Zion Organization of Greater Miami. Participating organizations are Histadrut, Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband and Pioneer Women's Club I. The Mar. 21 tribute will be (haired by Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. consultant to the Bureau of Jewish Education. Rovenoer Troth Mrs. Naomi Rovenger, Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter, Beverly, to Irwin Dushkin. son of Mrs. Rose Dushkin. of .North Miami Beach. Wed-; ding will be May 24. Corliss, Levin Exchange Vows V'ivan Caroline Levin and Ira David Corliss exchanged nuptial vows on Saturday evening, Mar. 7, at the Fontainebleau Hotel, where a reception and dinner followed the ceremony performed by Dr. Irving Lehrman. For the wedding, the bride wore a short, full-skirted frock of white chantilly lace over silk shantung. The full bouffant veil was fastened with flowered rhinestones at the forehead, and she carried a Bible covered with white orchids and white roses. Matron of honor was Mrs. Martin Baloff, and Gloria Ann Levin, the bride's sister, served as bridesmaid. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Levin. 1195 NE 100th St.. new Mrs. Corliss, a nurse in training at Mt. Sinai Hospital, is a gradu ate of North Miami High where she won many awards as a member of the National Forensic Society. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Corliss. 1155 NW 128th St. His brother, Barry Corliss, served as best man. Martin Baloff and Edward Constantin ushered. Planning to enter the new FlorMRS. IRA CORLISS ida Atlantic College in the fall, the bridegroom graduated from North .Miami High and Miami Dade Junior College. Guests at the wedding included the bridegroom's maternal grandfather. Abraham Cohen, of New york, and the brides paternal grandfather. Benjamin Levin, Miami Beach. PASSPORT CHANGE JERUSALEM — (JTA) Interior Minister MpsJ^e Shapiro said this week the Government would soon pre sent an amendment to the Law of Return, which would end the existing procedure of automatic citizenship to immigrants who are Jews He did not indicate the length of the waiting period the Government will propose as a condition before citizen ship will be granted. He did stress that the change would reduce the pos sibility of Israel being used as a refuge by criminals and prevent individuals from emigrating to Israel with the sole aim of acquiring citizenship and a passport. The newlyweds will live in Miami. Comp eting plans for Passover Seder services and dinner to be held on Mar. 27 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom of the Diplomat Hotel are (left) Irving Cowan. Diplomat president; Ernes. S?n n |„' i Can, r ^ d u mU ? iCal direc,or of Hollywood Temple Beth Sholem; and Rabbi Mor'< Ion Malavsky, spiritual leader, Beth Sholem who will conduct the Seder. Services will start at 7 p.m., with dinner at 7:45 p.m. Dietary laws will be strictly observed. Rabbi Malavsky, nephew of Cantor Samuel Malavsky who heads the world-renowned Singers of Israel, will present a modernized version of the Passover service adap'sd by the Malavsky family. Germany Still Studies Scienti.Jts Now in Egypt BONN—(JTA)—A spokesman for the West German Government said this week that the Interior Minis | try was still studying the possibil ity of "recalling" West German scientists working in Arab conn tries. Israel last year accused the Bonn Government of failing to act t<> recall scientists accused of work ing on advanced weapons sj [or Egypt. It was indicated that government officials had determined there was legal basis for revoking pass ports of West German citizens abroad who act against the Inter ests of the West German i menl or violate its laws. 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Hday. March 13. 1964 fJewisti fk>ridhfair> Page 13-B frEMHLE Beth Sholom held its dedication dinner Saturday ght at the Fontainebleau Ho1. Cocktails were followed by nner in the West Ballroom. Mrs. Louis F. Snetman chose a ermaid green floor-length gown lich was completely cover with descent sequins. Her matching shmere sweater was trimmed th the same colored sequins, ack chantilly lace over satin worn by Mrs. A. J. Cantor, lace was reembroidercd with t '•cquins, and black crystal ar-drOM trimmed the bodice of >r floor length gown. Mrs. Jack uldenberg's red and black silk int featured selt-colorcd soin< to detail the print on her loath. A pale pink sequined icnth was worn by Mrs. Harold Ian. Horizontal fringes trolled with cavier beads encircled r skirt. A full-length gown in emerald reen silk satin was chosen by Irs Jacob Bloom in the form ol two-piece with a long torso bone embroidered with bugle eads and scalloped over the hips. Irs. Nathan Eisenberg wore a lack .silk crepe tunic sheath with jands of black bugle beads at the hemline of the tunic and around the V-neckline. Blues and greens blended into the floral eyelette print worn by Mrs. Harry Platolf. IRS. Gus Feuers black silk I *-* formal was a Moni Original I'.Mth a floral pattern embroidered lwith caviar heads and sequins. ICalusa coral was the color choice uf Mrs. Ira Rosen. Her silk chifm featured a softly-cowled neckline and bright-colored brilliants embroidered around the waistline. Mrs. Raymond Cooper was | a black silk crepe formal with floral motif embroidered with }aviar beads. A gold satin formal k-a* worn by Mrs. Milton Jacobs. Ber scooped neck bodice was in bocade. and a fringed bow was |t the front of her waist. Embossed gold brocade was ten on Mrs. Morris Lipp. A nanel-styled. hip-length jacket fpped her sheath. Mrs. Edward mold, whose husband designed • piaques awarded during the fenmg, was in a turquoise and liver brocade sheath. The gown iwed a modified Grecian style h only one shoulder covered 1 chiffon inserted over the bustWhite brocade was worn by r< Irving Miller. Her gown fea[red a hip length overblpuse and length sheatfr skirt.' IMrs. Marshall Feuer's black crepe formal had a small bouquet of red roses at the waist line. Mrs. Irving Bern chose a sleeved eapelette of mauve-colored organdy ribbon knit over her white peau de soie gown. White silk aplaca with heavily jeweled elbow-length sleeves was worn by Mrs. Alvin Lowe. Visiting from Hammond, Ind., Mrs. Saul Levin selected a gold satin formal with sequins and bugle beads covering her bodice. A sleeveless black beaded jacket covered Mrs. Sidney Ansin's orchid-colored silk. %  i m A white satin formal with crystal beads embroidered on the bodice was the choice of Mrs Isadora Hecht. Mrs. Lou Pallors gold chiffon bad a multi-colored brocade bodice with gold bugle beads detailing the pattern. Wife of the congregation's president. Mrs. James Albert, chose a white Alaskan fabric formal. A waistlength jacket covered the fitted gown and was encrusted with cavier and bugle beads on the elbow-length sleeves and around the neckline. Mrs. Abram Baker chose a floor-length gown in petal pink chiffon, which was covered with iridescent sequins. Her skirt was the sheath silhouette, her bodice blouson, and a shocking pink velvet stole completed her ensemble. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro was in black silk shantung with a high jeweled neckline. A multi-colored silk print was worn by Mrs. Irving Westin. Her neckline was scooped, and an asymetrically draped bow was over one hip. Book to be Discussed Second lecture on Alexis Cartel's book "Man, the Unknown," will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Thursday morning, 11 a.m.. before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Elucation. in the auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. "L'arcade elegant," a series erf five shops at lofr. du village." "La femme joke. La Bouthe entrance to and along the third floor bridge tigue." "Cherchez L'homme." Here customers of Burdine's Miami store. A little boulevard are sure to find the totally unexpected and the of charm, they are "Le petit chapeau," "Le utmost in sophistication. Weizmann Branch Aids JFK Forest With $1,000 Buy At their recent Purim festival celebrating (heir first anniversary, the Chaim Weizmann Branch of Farband dedicated the occasion to the Jewish National Fund and raised over Sl.OOO for the John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest in Israel. Moe Levine, president of the branch, was chairman of the evening. Irving Sachs was honored on his 70th birthday when the Sachs family donated S70 to the Jewish National Fund for each year of his life. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz was guest speaker. Zev W. Kogan, chairman of the Executive Board, called upon the gathering "to meet the challenge and compare the sacrifices of the modern Israelis with the rest of the Jewish world." Johan Berman, vice president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, served as chairman. Mrs. Berman is secretary of the branch. ELECTROLYSIS HAIR ELIMINATED FOREVER LATEST ELECTRONIC METHOD Endorsed By Physicians SKILLFULLY REMOVED FROM FACE-ARMS-UGS-BODT 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SHIRIEY GRAUBART-R.N. 20 Years' Fxpenece 310-95th ST. SURFSIDE Phone 865-8015 for Aop't. Free Parking Rear ot Bldg. Johan L. Berman, vice president of the Jewish National Fund, and chairman of the Chaim Weizmann Jewish National Fund Committee, presents proceeds of the evening to Mrs. Roslyn Unger, of the JNF office here. E. ALLEN BECKER PHOTOGRAPHER WEDDINGS AND BAR MITZVAHS ALBUMS FROM $75 426 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach Phone JE 2-2351 • Cleaning-Laundry ^^ Storage 1201 -20th Street Miami Beech i+M JE 8-6104 OPEN 7 AM. %  9 PM. Some Doy Service Never An Extro Chorge. We just come from PAUL FREED. 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Page 14-B ^Jenisfi Mbridliiciiin Friday. March 13. 1964 r — Philip E. Heckerling (standing left), vice president and estate planning officer of Mercantile National Bank, qoes over the program o fan Estate Planning Seminar with panel members. Standing right is Manuel Zaiac attorney and C.P.A. Seated (from left) are Ira E. Mogul, Certified Life Underwriter and former president of the Miami Chapter, C.L.U., and David Emanuel, attorney and C.P.A. Attorneys Gather For Seminars Once a month, some 150 attorneys gather in the Community Koom of Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach for intensive study of tax laws relating to estates and trusts. Started in December, and plan ned to continue indefinitely, the series of Estate Planning Seminars is under direction of Philip E. Heckerling, vice president and estate planning officer of the bank. The Miami Beach Bar Association is a co-sponsor of the seminars, which have attracted law-' yers from throughout Dade Coun-' ty. The seminars are part of a greatly-expanded program unI dertaken by Mercantile to proI vide information to lawyers for the drafting of wills and trusts, and to augment the bank's services in the administration of estates er in acting as trustee through its Trust Department. Heckerling, who joined the bank after a long association in the law office of the late Frank Katzentine. recently has been provided expanded quarters for the estate planning section, including library facilities for complete research of all current tax legislation. Through our seminars." Heckerling said, "'we are seeking to provide attorneys with the means ol becoming expert in the estate planning matters through always current information they need for drafting wills and trusts for their clients."• Instruction of this type comes naturally to Heckerling, who has been a member of the faculty of the University of Miami Graduate | Law School for the last two years. I He holds the degrees of Master of Laws in Taxation, and is studying for his Doctorate in Judidical Science at New York University. He anticipates that his disserta tion will be in the estate planning area. Byron Janis Will Perform With UM Orchestra University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fabicn Sevitzky conducting, will present a musical sa1 lute to the city and people of Bogota, Colombia, at the season's seventh pair of subscription concerts on Sunday evening, Mar. 15, at Miami Beach Auditorium, and Monday, Mar. 16. at Dade County Auditorium. Featured guest soloist will be the outstanding American pianist, Byron Janis. performing the Prokofieff Piano Concerto No. 3. Major orchestral works on the program j will be Mozart's Symphony in G minor and Aaron Coplan's "Appalachian Spring." Opening the program will be Dr. Sevifxky's own composition, "Colombia," a work he has specially dedicated to the Latin American country. The musical salute, presented in cooperation with the United States Intormation Service's "Voice of Ameri; ca," will be tape recorded for later broadcast to the Colombian people. Purpose of the "People to Peo pie" salute is to present aspects of American life and culture which will promote understanding of this nation's policies and objectives. The Salute is the tenth to be offered by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Other countries which have received musical greetings are Venezuela. Bolivia, Ecuador, Costa Bica, Paraguay. Chile, Italy, Sweden, and Israel. Byron Janis, internationally recognized as one of the leading key board artists of the time, will be making his second appearance with the UM Symphony Orchestra. In 1958 he performed the Tchaikovsky B-flat minor concerto under the baton of Dr. Sevitzky. Since then, the 35-year-old pianist has scored considerable success both at home and abroad. BYBON JAWS U.S. Keeps Britain Informed On Israel Ties LONDON—(JTA)— A spokesman for the British Government said in the House of Lonls this week that Britain had been kept fully informed about details of the proposal by President Johnson lor United States-Israel cooperation in the use of nuclear energy lor desalting sea water. The question was raised by Lord Balfour of Inchyie. who referred to the President's speech at a NewYork dinner of the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute, announcing the oiler. Lord Bellour asked if it was known that the United States was willing to pool its scientific resources for that goal with all countries. The Earl of Bessborough. the Parliamentary Secretary lor the Minister for Science, replied that an expert of the Bnti>h Water Research Association recently visited Israel and was fully conversant with what was being done in the field. %  Art Week' Se^ At Temple Judea On Mar. 21 Joseph Klein. 1335 Corte:, Coral Gabes, treasurer of Tyaple Juriea, is chairman of Temple Judea Guild of Fine Arts and announces "Art Week" which will open with Ml exhibit and reception M Sunday in the Temple Recep* M Hall at 8 p.m. There will be paintings, etchings and lithographs on displcy from some of the area's leadirg local gallaries. The exhibit will also b open from Monday, Mar 16. rh-ough Thursday, Mar. 19. from 3:10 to 5:30 p.m., and 8 p.m. to VJ p.m. On Wednesday evening. Mar. 18, at 8 p.m.. Jerome Frankel of the Art Department laculty of the University of Miami, will be main speaker at an "Art Symposium" sponsored by Sisterhood of Temple Judea. Seashore Foods Kosher for Pesach Seashore Products. Inc.. this week announced that all foods produced and packaged in their plant here are Kosher for Passover regardless of any late and unavoidable errors in the printing of some of the labels listing the contents of the products. Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob Congregation, is supervisor of kashruth at Seashore and Wednesdav reaffirmed that all of the company's Kosher for Passover pro ducts have been prepared in ac cordance with strict adherance to the dietary laws of the holiday. Lillian Goodman, former president of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, accepts the chairmanship of the Women's Division of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami. Max Bressler. national president of JNF, is shown congratulating Miss Goodman. Looking on are Mrs. Miriam Press, named co-chairman, long-time women's leader here, and Leon J Ell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council. FOR PASSOVER Polish-Plate-Repair SilverwareBrass—Gold—Antiques ACCURATE ELECTROPLATING CO. 757 NW 62 St. Ph. 757-9241 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NffDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP AN Yevr furniture. Clothing, Unem, Dishes, Drapes, ttc. PIEASI CAU US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Clased Saturdays Council S 'GSS 1 P residen, of h Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, reports that over 2,000 trees have been sold in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest. The sale 0 1 trees marked the first visit of Max Bressler (r^ntlrf elected na-jonal president of the toJ^oL !" ^*^ W. Kogan, Miami Beach leader, looks on. Israelis Angered By 'Interference 1 Of U.S. Leaders JERUSALKM JTA) interior Minister Moshe Shapiro described as an "unwarranted interference" in ]>raoli affairs ;. cable sen) last week i> leaders of seven major American Jewish organizations calling on Prime Minister Levi Eshkol to re>iM oressure by "extreraisl religious uroups m the United States sup portinj. legislation that would abridge religious freedom in Israel. Asserting that laws regarding -eliffious matter* m Israel are established by a majority of the Knesset. Israels Parliament, according to the will of the people Mr. Shapiro said that American religious Jewish organizations never interfered in matters of religion and the laws of Israel. He noted that an exception was the issue of the projected non-kosher kitchen aboard the liner Shalom, adding that "this stemmed from the assumption that the Shalom was chiefly intended for Jewish travelers from America." Charging that the message from the Jewish groups was inspired rather than spontaneous. Mr. Shapiro said that if they wished to "say something against U.S. rabbis" they should have addressed the protest to the latter rather than to Premier L'-hkol. In another comment on the cabled protest, Rttliglous Affairs Minister ioraeh Warhaltig said "there is only one way to inlluence legislation in Israel and that is by set! tl'ng here and participating in the Knesset election-." (In New York, the Agudah Labor Organization issued a protest against the seven major Jewish organizations for sending their cable to Premier E-hkol The extreme Orthodox labor group announced that it will leave the ranks of the American Jewish congress with which it is affiliat ed.) I FORM DANCE GROUPS < J 6 or 8 COUPLES FOX TROT • V*dlTZ J "NICE &. SMOOTH" OaH CHRIS DALTON > -t DAY OR EVE INSTRUCTIONS < % % Deluxe Troph>-s Aware-I % Champ.igre 4 I TEl. UN 6-7711 11 A.M to S P.M. < SHERRY FRONTENAC HOT. 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+Jenlsi> MrrMi-ir Paqe 15-B Firs! one-man" show by iF'lisc Z over is currently beI i held at the American iGall?.-in Atlanta, Ga. She wife of Zeev V. Dover, ;rar. Consul for the Southast T eaion of the United State: with offices in A'.'anta. 5h previously exhibited ior % %  rrk, which reflects a toward French imK ::.;sm. in Sydney, Ausrnlic. Mrs. Dover is welltnow: for her active participation .n modern Hebrew culJta. end educational affairs h A:.: ..ta. Golda Visits With Sir Alec LONDON—(JTA) — Israels Foroiah Minister Golda Meir arrived this week from Amsterdam lor a visit during which she will meet with Prime .Minister Sir Alec DouglaHome. Foreign Secretary R. A. Butler and Harold Wilson, leader nl the British Labor Party. Declaring that she was looking tnrward to the talks with the Brit ish leaders. Mrs. Meir said on her arrival that she hoped the conversations would be mutually useful. Alter her arrival, she was the guest for dinner of Israel's Ambassador Arthur Lourie. on Tuesday she was scheduled to have lunch with Foreign Secretary Butler when she was to meet with the Prime Minister during the i ay. Trend Foreseen Toward Longer Winter Seasons A trend toward longer winter seasons may develop in Smith Florida as a result of the high-rise apartment buildings now being built along the oceanfront in Dade and Broward Counties, a local builder believes. Gerald Taines who, with his brother Harold, is putting up the 270-unit Diplomat Towers on Hollywood Beach, says seasonal visitors who are taking year-around apartments in the ll-story building indicate they plan to spend more time in this area in the years ahead. "Many of the people who have leased apartments in the Diplomat Towers now for occupancy in October tell us that they are taking year-around apartments so they can be sure of accommodations. They're going to come to the area more regularly and stay longer as a result," Taines said. The multi-million dollar Diplomat Towers, located just nortti of the Diplomat Hotel, will be the tallest oceanfront building in Broward County when it is completed in October. With -construction proceeding at the rate of almost two floors per week, the building will be ready for occupancy in October at rentals of from S136 to $496 per month. Architect Melvin Grossman designed the building with a modified "T" plan to give occupants the maximum advantage of a panoramic view which reaches south to Miami Beach, north to Ft. Lauderdale, and west to the Diplomat Hotel Country Club and the City of Hollywood. A two-bedroom, two-bath. 1,300sq. ft model apartment is open for public inspection at the building site. Irving Cowan is president of the building corporation. The Taines brothers are handling construction in association with the Robert L. Turchin Construction Co. Chris Dalton, television Latin dance stylist, has been extending the dance format at the Sherry Fron'snac since coming back from Sebring. Wednesday nights, leading dancers compete for the DeLuxe Trophy Award. Dalton has performed at the New York Aqua Show and also did a short stin' as a radio disc jockey. Scientists Discover Missile Fuel JERUSALEM (JTAj — A new solid fuel for missiles has been developed by a team of Hebrew University scientists which promises to exceed the effectiveness of such fuels now being used by the Western powers, the University disclosed this week. The United States Air Force is negotiating with the University on plans for joint development ol the discovery. Dr. Menahem Steinberg, head of the scenitific team, said that if negotiations with. the Air Force are completed, it will be possible to end remaining tests within 18 months and to start production of the new fuel. Single Kosher Kitchen JERUSALEM — (JTA 1 — Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim ordered the issuance ol kosher certification for the SS Shalom, Israel's newest ocean liner The Shalom will have a single kitchen which will be kosher. Checking the City of Miami's Opera' ; on Fix-Up House at 2273 SW 12th St., in preparation by the Dade County Citizens Safety Council are Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, vice president in charge oi the Women's Division, Glen Sudduth (center), Council executive director, and Herbert Lee Simon, Fix-Up chairman. m m Olt t u a r i c s jeer. Belc Ities p c::\ ir Jec.. five;; |e •'•' loc; • their recent pilgrimage to Israel, King Baudouin and Fabiola of Belgium visit the forests'of the Royal House um and plant trees with their own hands. Their Majassed through Kefer Ha-Horesh, a kibbutz near Nazurrounded by tall Jewish National Fund forests. Afing through the forest planted in 1036 end named -s grandfather, King Albert, as well as throuah the Elizabeth of Belgium Forest, the King and the Queen at the site of the forest named af' tt Kina Baudouin. ng Baudouin Forest when completed will comprise s contributed by Belgian Jewry. CHERRY. I...niM T ot 621 SW iTili \>. dii 'I Mar. v S< n li in c 'lllcimo, Itlvi I aidi GREENWALO. Arthur I'. I!'. '• %  -'" N i: n, .".Hi til died Mil H. llivi Hide SUROWITZ. Inane, S3, of I>r., died Mar. T Rlvershb LOWENSTERN. Milton. "2, t'ollins Ave \l\\ ersldi WENGER. Ml*. Pcllcla. 7".. nl Ir.iiilns Aw. Rive Bide WEITZMAN, Abriihum H., si, ..) 1991 NE ITttn St. Riverside. BERLINER. %  i-. -m c\. 7". ill 66311 Indian t'n ek I H died Mar. 7 Rl\ ei-slde. ROSANOFF. i:ffim, % %  :. ol 1-11 Stiltwater I >r., died Mar. 7. Klvi HIIII WEINSTEIN. Sara, s", ol 1HUi Count %  \ Cluh Pi-ado, died .Mar 6. Qor.1. ... WENER. Mr". Rthel C, if, ol 119611 XI-: HUM In-., died Mar. %  Riverside. GOLDSTEIN. Meyer 76, ol -'" %  %  W 24th St. Services in Brooklyn. Rivet-aide GOODMAN. Joseph (*., 7::. of \7"1 o.ilins Aiv. Service*, in Philadelphia. RIvemMe. KORNBLUTH. Mrs. Rose, 64, of l"i" Jefferson Ave. Riverside. SULTAN, Isadnre, *.'., f 7l Ocean In. Service* in St. Paul, Minn. Rlveralile VINAL, Many. 72, ol 807 SB l-t SI Serviced in Syracuse, N v Riverride. JANIGER, Mian Phoebe, %  >, ol I KM Michigan Avi died Mar. 3. Riverside. CHAIKEN. Jat'ob, .",::. ol 1101 ::iil si REINNISCH, William. SI, of "" %  ColliniAve. Service* in New York Kit .i-i.l. SCHULMAN. r .mi.. 7".. ol 1" Island Ave Servli'o* In New Vork. Ki\. ralile SOCOLOFF. Irving, 64, ol II0 t in In >rliu ill Atlanta NeW H.RSCH. Tll'l -'' ol -"-'I SW Srd Wi I Mai. I liurdoi BODENSTEIN. S 7.1, "I 1311 Oeenn 1 'i. Sel < lei in New Voi I. New man EDSON. Mi iPaul ni • %  llnj I,,I 11, .-...ill I "I, I,. I_ KANEFSKY. IS. %  Ill • an lii Sel'Vil N in New Vork N wlllan. KREEGER. I %  :,. .1. 7:. of :il."i NK 2nd A \ .• s. i \ i, ,-s ii New ii, Ki v i .-i.l. MANESS. MlMollle. M, ol 1018 Mel dian \ Sel vices in New Y"l U \.-\\man PLATT. .Ins. I.II II 69, f SSI i lib Si. s.rvUvs i.i i In, au" Rlvel side. SIESMAN. M -. Crnce, 69, ol Sill X\V 17th Vve. Riverside. STEIN. Mrlioldle, 7::. ..t ::III Meridian A" Riverside. GOLDSTEIN. Meyer, 7, ol 2.i3 \V. L'ltii St, Service* in Urookiyn. Rlveralde. KAPLAN, \nna. 64, of ".:'... Tib St. Riverside. KAUFMAN, Jack Loul*. l.l. of 1717 t'ulllns Ave. Riverside FREILICM. Miss Ray, Ji, ..: 5550 SW Srd St. Uordon. FRIEDLANDER. Sidney, 7. of 8604 11> ron Ave. New man. HODER, ll.il Itarria, SO, ,.f 16015 NW I2tld 'I. Hi* rsi.l. HOFFMAN. Solon 72, ol SI! SB 2nd Ave Services in New York. l;i\ erslde JACOBS. Herman, 66, ol :.l". NW 1>. SI Rive -i.i.. KRAMER, Bills, S3, ol S31 Weal ive. Sel \ i. in 111 ..,.|,l> n. H\\ -I,I, SCHAFFER. Mis. Rose, 65, ol 1671 Collins Ave. Sei \ i' • s in New York, Riv. rslde. ZECHNOWITZ. Isldoli-. 79, ••' 1566 I• • II 11-> A.i in i \\. Services in New i Y..i i: GORDON. Mrs Sara, >;:' of 5712 No. f.:^ RJ li il Mai I Rlv. I side, I Get-Acquainted Party Mrs. Joseph Gropen. 16197 NK 9th Ave., will host a get-iicquaiiiti• ,1. deslrltw to elignae in btislni ss in li r the llctltlotis nnme ,f IISICMI:K RBI.ATloN si:i:\ni: at Suite M". I-" Uncoln I'.oa.l. Miami Beach, Pin., Inl-nd to renlatei snid name with the flerk of the t'ln ill ('nun nl li.nl. County, PVnbla. EDW vRT> IRBRNH Sole iw in r I'All. KWITNBY SIKVKRSTBIN, KWITNBY ,v i ;i u'uiss Attornej lor Avplli ant 120 Lincoln RiKld :i 13%  • %  ::. I :: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/. IN CHANCERY. NO. 64C 2i21 S.\ \l SPIBHBL, IMainl \ -. VN.N HARM SI'IBt SKI., I vl. n I.in, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Von. ANNA RARH Sl'IBUKf., tir, h.l I., notlfli i -li.it a • "..iinilaiiit 11:\ .a. .. has -• %  n filed :iitnin-t >ou, a nil von ai %  I i <)nii 'I t" >.- \ .. ro|i> "t your AnsWet oi Pleading tt the' 'oinulltlnl -ni tin I'laini ill at torney, KliMMBI. .v. RtKlBRS, 120 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Plorida • and file Ihi iilnal Answ, •• or other IMeadlnu in I hi of I In I'l.-ri. .if tb.t'lrcuil I'ourl "ii or bi fin.tinlitii day ol April, 1961 H you fall to do -••. judsmeiit b> flefanll will Int.'tkell .-..:n-t yoll for Mi,relief demanded in the ('ompluint fin I Hvon • This notice shall inpublished once each week Uv four consecutive weeks in THB JEWISH PLORIHIAN. l-i.Ni: ANIi uROBREti HI Miami, Plorida, this iliii iliiy ol March, AI •. 1964. i: li. I.I: VTHBRM \N. rierk, Circuit Court, Hade County, Plorida (t'ln nit Com t Sl all lly: I. SNBBOBN, Deputy Clerk KOMMBL \ III K iERS I2li Lincoln Ro nl Miami Ueai h, Plorida SS1J9 :: I3-2II-1'7, i I Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. v JV itXClU VE JEWISH (.MEIEBi A'in:' M0 1-7693



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Jewish Floridian Florida, Friday, March 13, 1964 Section C Rev. Gibson Will Speak Sunday Rev. Theodore Gibson, president ol the Miami Branch of NAACP, will be guest speaker at the Miain Beach YMHA Golden Age Club 153G Bay Rd„ on Sunday, 2:30 p.m He will discuss "Passover anc its Meaning for the Americai Negro." Gibson, rector of Christ Episco pal Church in Coconut Grove, :iIs serves as vice president of th Florida State Conference of th %  NAACP. He is a member ot tin NAACP National Board. Beth David Congregation is observinq the second anniversary :•: the Beth David Harry Simons Library, which stocks ove: '. 300 books embracing all subjects in Judaism for adults and children. Watching young T. R. Beer blow out the canc.es on the anniversary cake are (left to right) Mrs. Albert ]. Bet:, chairman and mother of T. R.; Harry "Pop" Simons, founder of the library and a pioneer member of Beth David; and J'lxs. George Laskin and Mrs. Lawrence Scherr. members of the Library Committee. SHOLtM LODGE ANNUAL CITATIONS Gov. Collins to be Main Speaker At Outstanding Citizen Award Function lor-.Gov. Leroy Collins will In principal speaker at the nth annua resentation of the Dade I .mnt;lutStanding Citizens Award to he %  • (1 on May 4. Gov ollins. now president of Nation* Association of Broadcastv speak at a luncheon in honor : the nominees and recipients, i cording to Sanford M. chairman of the aitair MUI president of Sholem Lod^c. With the chanue of date to May ; tin •; day fur nominations was i ext< nded to Apr 10. with th.' selectu :. by the judges to be made ic • the luncheon. The two awards are given annually to a man and woman who, the eyes of the judges, have cr formed the most outstanding single function for the good jnd welfare of the entire Dade County community during the preceding year. I. ei • or appointed officials i • ive compensation tor the ne are not eligible lor :i. \ it ations can be re< eived on recognized civic or ser tici ps in Dade County Pa, has been its custom since 'in inci ption of the award, is Dade Savings and Loan Association, Jo '.' Upton, president Permanent judges are George lube, managing editor. Miami Herald; Ralph Renick, vice presiMt. Sinai Opens Pediafric Unit Mt. Sinai Hospital officially opened its new 20-bed pediatric unit last week. Prior to the com pletion of the new unit, the hospital maintained a 14-bed pediatric area on the fifth lloor. The new unit, located on tin' sec ond lloor ol the hospital, has a central nursing core from which all patients can be observed simultaneously. The unit is divided into private and semi-private rooms for older children an.i teen-agers, and, also includes areas for crib patients. An attractive Playroom and Parents' Waiting Room, Treatment and Utility Room* are included in this new and modern addition to Mt. Sinai Hospital. Each bedside is equipped with piped-in suction and oxygen, and the very latest in inter com equipment is located both in the central nursing core and in each room so that the pediatric nursing staff can not only be in contact with the patients, but also with each member of the nursing team Immediately. A specially designed kitchen unit is also part of the new department so that light refreshments can be available for the young patients at all times. In keeping with the latest trends ol patient care for young children, the nursing staff of the new Pediatric Unit will wear pastel-colored uniforms, replacing the standard nurses "whites mo uutum i.wvoia in me SUI_C-O_AUI Crys.-.; riouse npuitment's drive on behalf of CJA are Lou Harris (left) and Aisik Brener. Through their efforts. Crystal House has become one cf the most successful high-rise apartment drives for the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal. Combined Appeal Running Ahead With 5852,000 Pledged Thus Far With a tot :1 of S852.UOO pledge;! to the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal by the first week in March, the present campaign is off to "a very good start" toward meeting its goal of $1,386,500. it was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. campaign chairman. "To date, the campaign is running better than St 10.000 ahead of the comparable date last year, and I am confident that it every member of the Trades. Residents. Initial Gitts, Women's, General Solicitation, and Young Men's and Young Women's Divisions continue their increased giving and coverage of every card, we will succeed in reaching our goal by the campaign closing ( inner." Dr. Lehrman stated. "It is heartwarming to know that we have reached this state of success in the campaign thus tar. but there are a great number ot cards to be covered, and a large number of pledges still to be obtained if we are to succeed in reaching our goal." Belle Towers Gathers for CJA GOV. LeROY COLLINS dent, WTV.l: and Fred Shochet, publisher, The Jewish Floridian. Nominations should be sent to Outstanding Citizens Award, 1963, 7-12 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Young Marrieds Planning Brunch Young Married Couples ol Beth David Con; regation will have a brunch on Sunday. H a.m., in the Social Hall. .Ml children who accompany their parents will be supervised In the Nursery School facilities. Cocktail party for residents of Delle Towers On behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, co-sponsored by Jacob Sher, Leon J. Ell and Sam C. Levenson, took place in Sher'apartment last week from 5 to 7 p.m. Co-hosts Sher and Leven-on are mi mbers of the Campaign Cabinet of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal and the Executive Committee ol Federation. EM. who is a menioer of the Board ct Governors of Federation. has long been in the forefront ot support of the local Federation agencies, and serves as president of the Jewish National Fund Council ot Greater Miami. The Cocktail Party at Belle Towers is another important event Of the Residents Division of Com bined Jewish Appeal in which many new high-rise apartments have taken an active role. Camp Supplement This Section With June and vacation days closer than most of US real.ze, Miami's parents and youngsters ore in the midst of making decisions about '.he camp best fitted to fill theii needs. The Jewish Floridian this issue offers a supplement of camping information to help them make their choice from among the many fine facilities available. (See Pages 8 and 9-C.) Beth Sholom Tots Celebrate Purim Queen Esthers and King Hordecais, Hamens, princesses, and their modern-day counterparts were all depicted by the children ot Temple Beth Sholom Nursery School at then recent Purim mas querade. Children of the Nursery School who participate! were Fawn Ban. er. Keith Cohen. Elizabeth Esformes, Michael Fleischman, Lori Gale, Lissy Gettis, Jelf Grossman, lion Grunwald. Jeff Jacobs. Ron, nie Lieb, Can Miller, Leslie Miller, Joey Smith. Marty Zaiac, Bradley Arkin. Leonard Esformes, Gregory Greene, Perei Juanito Hill. Ricky Jaffee. Also Toby Lebowitz. Steven Morris, Gary Nesbitt, Lisa Schwedel, Traci Schanbrun, Jeff Silverman, Susy Straus. Shari Wellman. Lisa Wolk, Gary Abelson. Tracy Diamond. Ben J. Genet. Steven Halpert. Valerie Hendel. Gary Kessler. Sharon Maisel. Abby Meiselman. Jason Perlinan, Adam Robinson, Freddy Sail. Jon Simon, David Spotter, David Sporn. Ruth Stone, and Jill Wellman. Herbert C. Bloom is director of education at Temple Beth Sholom. Nursery School teachers are Mrs. Emily Grunwald, head teacher. Mis Gail Maisel. Mrs. Nita Koppele, Mrs. Aviva Kleiman, and Mrs. Annie Chester. Rabbi Leon Kronisb is spiritual leader. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is chairman ol the school's board. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet, founders of the Hebrew Academy, present a Sefer Torah to the Academy. The presentation was made at a special ceremony Sunday before a gathering of more than 500 persons. Also dedicated were a specially-designed crown, breastplate and poin'er created by Binyaminoff. noted Israeli artist.



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vjenistncridltor Friday, March 13. 1964 Niqht the Jewish Community First Saw Lady Bird '"if* son was bavins with us technical By JEAN R. HEMCHArFT A( the tragic evttptl ol Noveui hor 22, 1963. go into history, an.l a new first lady of the land takes over the keys to the White House, it is well to recall the night that American Jewry formally met Mrs Lyndon B. Johnson. It was an exciting experience that saw over 1.000 of us greet Vice President and Mrs. John son. It was a warm encounter that saw Lady Bird, then known to millions of Americans as the second lady of the land, or Mrs. V.P.. affectionately endear herself that night as • Faigale "—the Yiddish diminutive for little bird rulr'v s'Sl. "barely Sf-SS President Lyndon B. Johnson greets Irvir g M. M,*Kjy after Vice President Johnson was an d civic leader, and honorary president oi the Amencui Jewish Committee, at a recent meeting in the White House of representatives oi organizations concerned with immigration and refugees. At the meeting. President Johnson opened a drive for passage of a sweeping new immigration law this year. inducted into office. The place was the gala Grand Ballroom of New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel. The occasion was a Jewi-h Fraternal Organization— 3'nai Son's 53rd annual banquet in honor of the newly-elected Vice President of the United States In 1958. on its 59th anniversary, it had similarly honored a young Senator named John y. Kennedy. First Engagement It was Lyndon Johnson's first formal speaking engagement since attaining the second highest office in the land. It was though, infinitely more to the 1.000 guests who had braved 3-inch deep snow to come and personally pay tribute to the Vice President. And he in turn paid the highest tribute to these quests. Accompanying him was his radiant wife. The significance of Mrs. Johnson by his side cannot be stressed sufficiently, for it conveyed a social impact that long eluded the Jewish organizational dinner meeting. 5 \ } < COCktail-length gown with a jacket. "It's from Neiman-Maieus. in Texas of course." she answered one guest. "You resemble a Sabra." another told her. And indeed she did with dark eyes and hair. "My name is really Claudia Alta." she told this writer in an impromptu interview we held with her in the midst of the Land would bear the initials LBJ. just as the Pres dent's would bear LBJ That night in February, 1961 y.p. were the outstanding initials of Lyndon B. Johnson, her husband who was being hon ored. She was there in full culmination of the triumph, snaring it with him. And when B nai Zion announced that a forest oi 15.000 trees was to be planted in honor ol Lyndon B. Johnson in Israel, she clapped the luuc< si if not the loudest in that teamen clous ballroom, waving her arm. to the B'nai Zionists in vain gratitude. Thus it was that all hearts reg ittered with Lady Bird that night and led the famous raconteur Harry Her.-chlield to crjstallize into worded sentiment the all embracing affecting generated "To our great nation you may be Lady Bird." he said, "but to all of us here tonight and to American Jewry you will always be Faigele." ment in the Arab areas, however, as stemming from the philosophy that Israel is for the Jew or.ly and that the convenience and just demands of the Arab Israelis could be ignored. He ac'ded that there was an increasing number of Israeli Jews in all walks of life, including members of the Government and Parliament and political leaders who have declared that Israel's security has not been served by the rrilitary government. The Arab leader said that Premier Levi Eshkol had already shown that he was not committed to follow the policy of former Premier David Ben-Gunon who strongly fought all efforts to relax military government in Arab areas. Zubi added that Premier Eshkol had promised further improvement., in the condition ot tinIsraeli Arabs and that the Arabs trusted him to implement th> promises Discussing the Israel-Arab lock, he said "Israel is .. facl and Arab leaders who thmk it can be made to disappear are politi cally blind and are in ulging in wishful thinking. There is tor an appeal to the Arab masses above the heads ol their leaders to tell them that peace is in the interest ol Jews ..ml Arab, alike. 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Friday, March 13, 1964 kwl$& Hrradfi^jn Paae 3-C MemOers of the committee appointed by the chairman, Phillip Schiff, to formulate plans for the forthcoming major social event of the year at Beth David Congregation, the annual Patrons dinner dance in Spector Hall on Sunday evening, Apr. 12, are first row (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Beer, Mrs. Robert Traurig, Mrs. Seymour Friend, Mrs. Louis Seitlin. Second row are Henry Kamen, Harry "Pop" Simons, Frank A. Rose and Louis Seitlin. Third row are Lewis Sternshein, president of Beth David Congregation, and Seymour Friend. UN is Urged to Study Water Resources UNITED NATIONS-!JTA) — A; proposal that the United Nations summon an international conler( ence of statesmen and scientists to consider the problem of the need of greater water resources by underdeveloped countries was j made here this weekend by Abba S. Eban, Deputy Prime Minister; ol Israel. He voiced the proposal, as a member of the 18-man U.N. | Advisory Committee on Science. and Technology, currently in ses-l sion to consider ways of aiding de-1 \ Hoping countries. Mr. Eban i • member e* a two-man team—the other being Sir Norman Wright, of Britain —to work out special "erath" programs needed by underdeveloped countries. He told the committee that prob-1 tents of food, population increases and water scarcity must be given urgent attention. In that connection, he proposed focusing of greater attention on water scarcities. Desalination of sea water, he said, is only one aspect ol the problem, though an important matter Mr. Eban's proposal was backed in the committee by the representatives of Brazil, India, Colombia, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The Israeli statesman also cautioned underdevelopeu countries against regarding the use of nuclear power by their areas as "a remote vision." He advised the underdeveloped lands to concentrate their efforts on the training of personnel for "versatile" understand ing, including the use of nuclear energy. Mr. Eban will meet with United States Secretary of State Dean Rusk in Washington this week, and with Canada's Prime i Minister Lester B. Pearson at Ati tawa next week, it was disclosed. Reds Punish Nine Persons For Crimes' LONDON — (JTA) — Six Soviet lews and three non-Jews were sentenced to death at the conclusion of the big Moscow "eoon• imic crimes" trial involving an alleged "ring" of 24 "black marketeers," dispatches from the USSR capital reported here. A seventh Jewish defendant, named ihakerman had been tried sepiratelj. sentenced to death, and has already been shot. In addition to the nine death sentences, Moscow reported, four jf the convicted men were given ; 15-year prison terms, while 10 others received lighter sentences. The Moscow trial was the largest mass proceeding yet held in the LSSR's series of court cases for alleged "economic crimes," which resulted in scores of death sentences, the vast majority of the capital punishments being meted out to Jews. When the case against the 24 men was revealed in Moscow last October, Izvestia, the official organ of the USSR Government, identified two of the "ring leaders." named Shakerman and Roif man. as Jews. Izvestia called for | a "show trial," demanding death sentences. However, the trial was i closed to Western news correspondents, although select reporters for the Soviet press were admit ted. Capt. Avner Freudenberg, 53. has been named Master o: the Zim Lines new 24,500-tor. flagship, the SS Shalom, arriving in New York on he: maiden voyage Apr. 30 Capt. Freudenberg. who was born in Hamburg in 1911, has been going to sea for 31 years. He settled in Israe. in 1939 and was one of the first to receive an Israel. Master's license when the State was formed in 1948. 'Medical Quackery' "Medical Quackery" will bt title of Dr. Clifton Border's lecture for Beth David Young Adulton Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., in the social hail. On Saturday night. Mar. 21, tht group will hold a square dance featuring a professional caller anci troupe. N. Y. Democrats Rap Soviet Discrimination WASHINC.TON —(JTA 1 — Twenty New York Democratic members of Congress adopted a resolution condemning discrimination by the Soviet Union against Jews in USSR. The resolution, introduced by Democratic Congressman John J. Rooney, also urged favorable reporting to the House on it by the Commmittee on Foreign Affairs. In an extension of remarks appearing in the Congressional Record, representative Seymour Halpern, Republican of New York, once again asked Congress to take note of "the subtle, yet monstrous, discrimination against the Jewish people in the Soviet Union." 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Page 4-C fJenisfi ftcridfiari Friday, March 13, 1364 Among those attending the Food, Restaurant and Allied Trades Division Luncheon on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal, which raised 18 percent more than in the 1963 luncheon, were representatives of the major supermarkets in the Greater Miami community. Standing, (left to right) are Al Goulding, Grand Union; Pete Newsom, Publix; Bernie Stevens, S'.evens Supermarkets; H. F. Kronewitz, Grand Union; C. L. Howell and R. H. Wade; A & P; and Jerry Blank, National Brands, co-host at the luncheon. Seated (left to right) are Charles Capps, Publix; Bernard Hausman, Food Fair; Jack Dold, Seven-Eleven Stores; co-host Jack Stein, of Thrifty Supermarket; and Ernest Harris, of Red Road Food Market, chairman of the Supermarket Group of the division. Eban Points to Friendly U.S. Ties v YORK —(JTA)—President n's recent disclosure thai Miami Beach Attorney Marvin L. Kimmel has been named general chairman of the '8th annual Florida State Elks convention for May 21 to 24 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Kimmel is a past district deputy grand exalted ruler and a past ruler of Miami Beach Lodge. the United States and Israel undertake o ni re earch % % %  : th use "i i 'id. ar power to i ard ci forts '" di ea water re the "frien ly al u! r. S.-Israc 1 relal s as icll %  i affirmath towai d Israt statu tific community, Abba .Deputy Prime Minister i I Israel, declared here. Mr. Eban made that statement at a press conference a lew hours after arriving fnr a month's visit during which he will attend meetings of the United Nations Advisory Committee on the Application ol Science and Technology to Development, and travel coast to coast to aid the nationwide 1964 United Jewish Appeal. The Johnson statement, he said, must be viewed in two ways. The first, he declared, illustrates U. S.: :.;> and trusl in I-%  %  The %  ; h us in %  !. • %  n'lli our countries. 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Friday, March 13, 1964 *JMff> thrikM&n Page 5-C Two Mass Murderers are Identified Miss Marian Anderson (right), world-renowned singer, accepts "Woman of the Year" Award from Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, president of the New York Women's League for Histadrut Scholarships at a recent function in New York City. Bible Contest Winners Told Winners of the district finalin the National Bible Contest have been announced by Joseph Cohen. presii • %  • i of the Bureau of Jew ish Education. The content vva WBVEKITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABSEN SEVITZKY Director SIN. MAR. 15 M. B A,.a 8. !0 MON M \f\ II D i 8 30 BYRON JANIS PIAN'ST PROGRAM Bo ,i mbia hony in G Minor COPLAND pring URIBc r-OLGUIN Nit ve C emony PRO*".J-lfFF Piano C PtO No 3 ;NGU TlCktTS $1.7$ to 5450 !:rel. it UM %W • %  MJ • %  *•< MtMt) .rack •-, II l-MJI: D.H I,M>RU tf HI 6W; PMliittl il Miami. FR Mill ll|t aW H.uw %  tml Cable*. HI 4-tW; Himn, Masle Slept n 0i4s1-.i tui \tiit It. %  -•m;he'd on Sunday, at 10 a.m., at the Bureau "i Jewish Education Building. Regional finals will also lake place in six other states in the south. %  lion il final w ill take place on Maj 5 in New York City. The district and regional conin Miami are under the di rectioi 11 Herbert Berger, asscdirector ol the Bureau Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, is regional %  hait man. Temple Sinai Family Supper Family supper on Sunday. 5 to 7 p.m., sponsored by Temple Sinai Sisterhood will be held in the Temple Auditorium. Affair will include movies lor the children. FRANKFURT-(JTA'—A younfi German Jew, testifying here at the trial of 21 former SS men and a trustee charged with the mass murder of hundreds oi thousands of Jews at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death compound during World War II, identified two of the defendants in open court as mass murderers. The witness, Hans Krankenthal. told the court that 25 members Oi his family were sent to Auschwitz in 1943, and that only he and his young brother survived because they were used as -lave laborers in the camp. During his two years at Auschwitz. Frankenthal sail on the witness stand, he came olten "within inches of death." Every four to six weeks, he said, SS officers would go through the plant where he worked, picking out for death those who were too ill to continue at the labor. Twice, he said, he had become "unproductive" due to bad feet, and was about to be sent to the gas ovens, when he was hidden by a political prisoner in the plant. He also described the death march of the remaining Auschwitz ] prisoners who were moved from the camp by Nazis when the Russian army advanced to positions near the camp. He said the prisj oners were marched afoot or plac-1 ed in roofless freight cars where many froze to death. When Presiding Justice Hans II 0 f m e y e r asked Frankenthal whether he could identify any of I the defendants as participantin atrocities he had personally witnessed, he hesitated at lirst. saying IK was not sure he could spot the men now wearing civilian clothing instead of ss uniforms. Finally, urge:! by the judge, he walked slowly to Ihe defendants' section and identified two men. One was a medical corpsman, Gerhard Neubert, wiiom Frankenthal had previously mentioned by name. The other is codofendant Karl Hoecker, camp adjutant. The witness said he had seen Neubert "select" victims for ihe death ovens, while Hoecker had beaten him. An unusually detailed description of the Auschwitz-Birkenau can p activities was given the court by another witness, a nonJewish attorney. Konrad Morgen. oi Frankfurt. He testified that, as a judge advocate for the SS in 1943, he had been assigned to investigate the then of gold at Auschwitz, previously extracted Horn the teeth of dead victims. During that probe, he said, camp officials showed him everything that was going on in the camp, from the incoming train platforms to the death ramps and the inside.of the gas ovens. His guide on that tour, he testified, was the late Rue'olph Hoess, the camp commandant. "It was a most shattering experience," In' told the court. "Thousands were being cremated every day. but the machinery, ovens and pipes were antiseptic, constantly cleaned, everything polished. Cre mation squads were always clean ing and polishing." He described the methodused to make the victims believe they were being led only to disinfection chambers instead of into ;!eath ovens. "It was a nightmare.'" he said. At the opening of Tuesday's session, one of the nine judges read a pre-trial confession made by one of the defendants, Oswald Kaduk. In that statement, Kaduk had admitted participating in the selection of prisoners for death, and confessed also that he had beaten and otherwise mistreated some of the prisoners. Among those he had beaten, he had said, was Josef Cyrankiewici, now Prime Minister of Po land. Kaduk protested, however, that he was "only a little fish in those days," insisting that he was ""only carrying out orders." He demanded to know why "the i>i'4 -hots, those really g Itj were not being prosecuted. He implicated s*i eral of the present co-defendants in his crimes. One ol them, Robert Mulka, shoute i in the court room: "That's not true." Kaduk yelled back that his charges against Mulka were true. Alter a loud exchange between the two COdefandants, Justice Hofmeyer rang his bell to restore order in the court room. £Wto2" % %  T-t T r. ft LONG LOOKRT THE FUNNY SIDE >F_THELmN Jfrtie fjf^ jw*. 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-•xtriswi rwnr*****'*' rage 6-C *. fan #"/ nrririfaF Friday. March 13, 1964 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER How a Beachite Dispenses Humanity All is net g'itter and neon on Miami Beach At the intersection of Washington Ave. and 2nd St.. there is a small fenced enclosure defined by ?. simple sign as •Friendship Corner' where neighbors and strangers meet to use their time in "quiet activities.'' Chaim Rose, of the Miami Beach Recreation Department. is >n charge of Friendship Corner 2 on Washington Ave. Seated at a desk among the card and checker players. Chaim Rose dispenses free advice, notary service, affection, and his own special brand of Judaism to elderly citizens. •It is traditional. It is a Jewish debt to give of oneself, to share. These traits particularize Judaism." Rose said as he introduced two chess players and got a hot game under way. Rose docs not belong to any congregation; yet he considers himself a practicing Jew. He seeks to fulfill his faith and religious convictions without ceremony. He is concerned "with philosophical Judaism rather than ritual Judaism.'' Perhaps he might be termed a frustrated rabbi, "but I am devoted to a iving. a working Judaism." The Scribe of Yesteryear With the build of a heavyweighl fighter and the smile and warmth that could only be generated by one at peace with himself, Chaim Rose makes his ideas and ideals the focus of his every hour's activity. And they come in droves to Friendship I o ner, these people who. for the first time in their lives, have lei tire time to use They conic to sit quietly with others, to ph j the games, to bask in the sun and atmosphere where their dignity is protected and their potential considered a reality Like the scribe of yesteryear. Chaim Rose writes and reads let ITS to his people. He has acquire! a small library Ol Yid dish bookwhich they may borrow He listens to detailed descriptions ol aches and pains. Perhaps his listening may be his most sought-after function. Realizing the drive of older people to learn, to communicate, to be aware of world problems. Rose organized a public to; mi which he calls "The People Speak." No Personal Commitment Every first and third Friday evening of every month experl speakers on varied topics are presented. Unable to obta I a meeting place on any other evening except Friday, Rose was placed in the unfortunate position of competing with tradit are doing al Friendship Corner on Miami Beach. They are leaving t., Chaim Rose And it is in good hands, hands that articulate the pride, the responsibility, the heart of a Jewish man who is living the Jewish life as he sees it. Sabbath Luncheon At Emanu-EI Confirmation Department and USY Groups ofTenipIc Emanu-Kl will hold a special Sabbath lunch eon following services on Saturday morning. Dr. Irving Lehrman will extend greetings. The Confirmation Class will lead a discussion on the "Sabbath," and a report on I'SY activities has been prepared. After lunch the youngsters will join in special sabbath songs and dances. Welcome Wagon Remembers Special Family Occasions Carn. ing on our communin "s traditional hospitality. Welcome Wagon Calls arc made when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new %  .home £3./'". WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 S the package-symbol used by eminent Ort^ooo< Rabbis who supervise production ot many leading food & grocery products MEANS KOSHER David Pinski Oneg Shabbat Next Oneg Shabbat of the David Pinski Folk School will be held on [ Friday at the Farband Center, 842 Washington Ave. Guest artist will be star of the Hebrew Habima, Choyelc Grobcr,' accompanied by pianist Aida Yas lo. Principal of the school, Louis Lasavin. will deliver a lecture on "Biblical Personalities." Refreshments will be served. jX^ GALA CRUISES W AV ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIONED ^T^. J^ S/S FLORIDA ^ ,f HI \ H o NASSAU ^ 3-DAY Cruises golfer's biggest holiday bargain on Georgia's fabulous Jekyll Island!!! Every resort luxury at your disposal. Beautiful air-conditioned rooms with sun terraces. Olympic outdoor and indoor pools, fishing, shuffleboard, coffee shop and cafeteria. %  Championship golf course %  Low rental electric caddy carts %  Driving range and practice putting green %  1/4 mile of private, sandy beach %  Kitchenette suites for low-budget family holiday, too Social director and children's counsellor %  Planned entertainment for your complete enjoyment Golfhaven on the Atlantic ^ % Ocean...]ust 7 miles from Brunswick, Ga. RESORT MOTEL FROM 4-DAY Cruises FROM *l IMT CRtlltt FARES IHCLIDCi %  All meals—including festive Captain's Dinnerl %  Full entertainment program—Cruise Director, floor shows, movies, YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED W. can answer your phone in your own name. Leu than *5 per week tor a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721



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Friday, March 13. 1964 vJewlst MnrikMnn Page 7-C Teeing off on the first hole to start the Shotgun Tournament at the second annual Westview Country Club Federation Day are (left to right) Herb Login; co-chairman, Daniel Gilman; chairman, Dr. Norman S. Jaffe; and Harry Rabin. Candidates Running For Three Vacancies On Surf side Council Mrs. Rhea Gladwin Rhea Cashman Gladwin has announced her candidacy for one of ihe throe seats on Surf side City I louncll to be voted on at the Mar. II election. Owner of the Shore Palace Apt. Hotel and a Surfside resident for n years, this marks Mrs. Gladwin's first political campaign. Founder president of Women's Division, Chamber of Commerce. Surfside, I5al Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands, and of Surf-BalBay Library, Mrs, Gladwin served *or .-even years on the PlanmnK and Zoning Boards of Surfside Mrs. Gladwin is a member of Brandei-j University, National Women-' Committee; National Council of Jewish Women; life member and past president, Stephen S. Wise Croup of Hadassah; Temple Israel Sisterhood; Miami-Dade County Chamber of Commerce; Surfside Civic Assn., Surfside Mu MC Society. John R. Spatz Real estate man John R. Spatz, candidate for a seat on the Surftide Council, has been a member of the Surfside Planning and Zoning Board for the past four years. 01 the aeyera] problems facing Surfside ""Inch would attract my immediate attention if elected.'' Spatz lists "poor drainage and an I inadequate sewer system; traffic in the business section on Harding Ave., from 94th to 96th St.. which is the scene Of more traffic accii dents than any other two Streets in jail of Florida; and need for a strong conflict-of-interest law." Spatz. a rcsiuem o. Surtside for i the past nine years, is a life mem' her of the Hebrew Academy and belongs to Masons, Elks, and Civic Assn. of Surfside. His wife, Sara, lvice presi lent of Emma Lazarus : Chapter ol Hadassah. Dan Piver Dan Piver. candidate for Surfside Council, has inaugurated a scries of Sunday breakfasts to be held at his home. 8851 Cailyle Ave., until the election. Sponsored by his supporters, the group meetings "ill give voters an opportunity to discuss town affairs and Piver'S views on them. Executive director of the Greater Miami Industrial Park, Piver has been active in civic, charitable and social projects on a local and national level. He has been a resident ol Surfside for nine years. as Surfside Town Councilman. A ( resident lor nine years, Wise lives with'his wife at 400 88th St., Surfside. During his first term in the Council, incumbent Wise calls attention to the fact that he '"engineered the franchise by which the Peoples lias Co. pays lor use of streets, Southern Bell Telephone Co, was ordered to pay occupational tax.'" i ,.i Lee Howard First elected to the Surfside Council in 1956, Lee Howard is again seeking one of the three MMto be voted on Mar. 17. Owner of Lee Howard Advertising Co., incumbent Howard is running ""on my record." He calls attent.on to the fact that '"While on the Council, I supported sale of the old Town Hall to finance new modern building; better police and lire protection; and development of Harding Ave." Howard lives with his family at 8986 Bay Dr. Kenneth A. Wolis Attorney Kenneth A. Wolis. 1958 graduate of the University of Miami Law School, in announcing his candidacy lor the Surfside Town Council, says that "the government of Surfside should be returned to the people." Says Wolis, "Surfside needs better streets and drainage facilities, more adequate parking, and increased property values. I believe I can bring an era of improvement and harmony to Surfside, if elected." Past vice president of the Surfside Civic Assn., candidate Wolis is a director of the North Dade Bar Assn.. of the Surtside Music Society, and of the Surf Bal-Bay Library Assn. Baby Burning Described FRANKFURT — UTA) The burning ol a Jewish baby alive, the stuffing of the gas ovens al Birkenau with so many Jewish victims that the Nazihad to build an outdoor pyre to cremate the martyrs more quickly, and the deaths of many from rat bites were described in detail here at the resumed session of the trial of 22 former Auschwitz-Birkenau otli eel's. guarJs and medical person nel. The testimony came from a nonJewish woman physician, Dr. Ella Lingens, of Vienna. She spent two years at Auschwitz for having been active as an anti-Nazi in the Australian Social Democratic Parly. "I was not a typical prisoner,' she told the court, "but I saw and heard everything. The mortality rate in the women's camp was as high as 350 a day. They died from disease, exhaustion, beatings, hunger." Rats attacked both the dead and the living, she said. She said she knew about the Birkenau crematorium almost as soon as she arrived at the death camp. "At first, I thought it was used only to cremate bodies of people who ha I died 'natural' deaths. Then one night 1 saw women being driven into the gas ovens, screaming and begging for mercy. About 15 minutes later. 1 saw the smoke becoming thicker, rising from the chimneys. Then 1 knew." Early in 1944, she said, thousands Of Hungarian Jews were brought into the camp. "They sent so many tc the gas chambers," she contin tied, "thai the crematoria were too full. So they built a pyre outdoors, and threw bodies into the lire. I saw one SS officer throwing a live babv into the fire rra rmrcd rbbn nrWn IF YOU CAN'T READ THIS, irs ALL RIGHT. This is the Ma Nishtana (th = Four Questions) of the Sede ceremony. If you can't reed i", it's all right. Because Barton'; FREE, 64 page illustrated Hacgadah is in both Hebrew anc English. You can conduct ? complete Seder service with i\ Ask for a Free Haggadah e any Barton store or age no. CConsult your directory.) 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Page 8-C lenHt WrrHdRan Friday, V.crch !3, 1964 Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps i bowling, horseback ridinp. tennis, baton twirling, arts an.i crafts, I sports, i-ampouts, and special \ \ events. Field trips are planned lor i the Seaquarium. zoo. museum and : other places of interest to children. | I This year, again, Camp Simcha will be the ••camp designed with J : children in mind," said Knobcl. Blue Star Camps In addition to the riding progem-cuttinf Nursery camp will be in session • i, u .u !" u ..._ i again, with mature school teachThtowUlbe the 17th season for ^ • ^ ,„ Blue Star Camps situated in the caDacjt ; nrm|n Blue Ridge Mountains of North | Dt a "P ac > ro "PCarolina, near HendersonviUe. Facilities at Temple Adath I gram, campers' activities include Geared to the needs of girls and | Yeshurun are spacious, including .skiing and boating on the two bora from 7 to 17 the all-over prothree acres of lenced-in grounds. | large 40-acre lakes, arts and crafts, gram is divided into six separate %  new play yard, swiming facilities.: dramatics, ceramics programs for different age groups, and air-conditioned building. In addition to all the usual campRegistration is open now. Knobcl ing activities, the 500-acre private I is at the Temple every Sunday, estate with two lakes is ideal forl ( £ horseback-riding, trips to Blue | Ridge and Smoky Mountains. x $fc ^ Q Founder-directors are Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin. 1100 Cres-j sky-Lake Camps, situated on many overnight and trail rides. A its site located >.\ miles %  ,,\ 0 { rodeo arena offers a fine setting HendersonviUe. N ... in the heart lor the "showdcos" put on weekly of the. Blue Ridge Mountains, over bv the campers. 2,000 feet above sea levei Camp Judaea is a non-profit carr > sponCamping program fcr ages 6 sorcd bv florid... Southeastern through 17 concentrates on water( an( j southern Hi-< as*ah and the sports, athletics, both English and southeastern Region of the Zionist Western horseback riding and trip-| Organization of America, through outs. the Southern Zionist youth ComOwner-directors of Belle Aire are mission. Bca and Reuben Komisar. Embodiment of Young Judaea, youth movement <: Hada.-sofa and l Zionist Organization of America. Camp Judaea ^ t hc camp pro;:i< ._;. designed to Camp Judaea will begin its tenth season this summer, the third at Continued on Following ?*.,, and all land sports. Directing the camp will be Ira and Donna Stcinmetz and Sid and j Marilyn Greenspan, who will be solely responsible for the program and the supervision of the staff. Registration is now underway for boys and girls, 6 through 17 years of age. cent Ave.. NE, Atlanta, Ga. \lfiW acres of forests, lakes and! For further inlormation in the mountains in the Blue Ridge MounMiami area contact Mrs. Lil Ro-;, j represent a scenic wonder1 in" fi24-069; Dadc sen, Mrs. Roz Sutta or Harry Kap-; land w here sound ideals and warm U "' ed ** ld "' Ian. Camp Simcha companionship can help each camper to achieve greater personal fulfillment. Horsemanship and water-skiing will be featured this year at SkyLake Camps, under the tutelage of Mrs. Roz Klausman, veteran riding instructor who has been asFurther information may be ob)>• calling 624-0692 ir County or 089-2137 in Hollywood. Camp Ocala Camp Simcha, summer day camp sponsored by Temple Adath Yeshurun, is being readied for its 1964 season. Martin Knobcl. director of Camp Under Mrs. Klausman's dirccSimcha. has released an outline of tion. Sky Lake campers have won plans which include swimming, many riding prizes and ribbons. Located in the Ocala National Forest of central Florida. Camp Ocala is 285 miles north of Miami. sociated at Sky-Lake Camps for Dirccto „ aro Dr and M „ Theo more than 12 years. Under Mrs. Klausman's dore Struhl. Frankie and Ben Miller. Maj. and Mrs. Leonard Wollman. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wollman. with local offices at 1451 N. Bayshore Dr. The eight-week summer season for boys and girls from 5 to 16 takes in horseback riding, swimming, water skiing, canoeing, arts and crafts, arthery, tennis, fencing, dancing, dramatics and singing. There is one counselor for every three of the 250 campers, accommodated on separate sites tor boys ANNOUNCING THE OPENING of CAMP GAN ISRAEL OF FLORIDA (member of the international Gan Israel camping movement) The Only Kosher Summer Camp in the Southeastern United States FOR CHILDREN AGES 6-16 Centrally located in Deland Heights, Deland, Flo., 250 Miles from Miami 8 WEEKS, Juno 22 Aug. 16— $400 4 WEEKS ONLY $225 All ACTIVITIES • SWIMMING • SPORTS o ARTS t, CRAFTS • PROFESSIONAL COUNSFLORS • DOCTOR and NURSE Food under direction of Phillip Weiss of Royal Hungarian Restaurant A REWARDING JEWISH EXPERIENCE Special Tutoring for Bar Mitzvah and Hebrew Classes OFFICE LOCATED AT 918-6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave. Phones 532-5694, 534-0421 and girls. Staff members are college age or older instructors. Food is Jewish-American, and services are held every Friday evening. Camp Belle Aire Camp Belle Aire. at the Sunset Rock Dude Ranch Site, is located j 2.700 feet above sea level on the Cumberland mountain plateau between Sparta and Crossville. Tenn.. with 600 acres of woodland surrounding a private seven-acre spring-fed lake. The ranch camp program for boys and girls from 8 to 17 specializes in horseback riding, roping, weekly horseback trips, and BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BEU£ AIRE AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SJTE "ATOP THE C001 CUMBERIANO MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN Camp Belle Aire 17 Belle Aire Ranch Camp FOR BOTS AMD G/RU ISoeciolmno in • HORSEBACK RIDING • SHODEOS & ROPING • WEEKLY HORSEBACK TRIPS, OVERNIGHT A TRAIL RIOES • SWIMMING d. BOATING • ATHLETICS & CRAFTS Dormitory-type Heildmg Meals or* simple, nourishing and well balanced. $120 for 2 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) or $330 for 6 weeks! $400 for 5 weeks FOR MTS AND ChTtS 4-1' A Complete Compiiwe Program • FOSTERING ot a • the "A tTS" • WATER SPORTSATHLETICS • HORSEBACK RID KG RODEO ARENA • 5 DAY HORSEBACK TR • TRIP-OUTS AmtrtCOT CMihftio /urn. N C LW-J „/ Health >



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Friday. March 13, 1964 *J*wi§ti nrridfiain Page 9-C They'll Swim ... Fish ... Study Arts and Many Crafts Continued from Preceding Pge translate into a day-by-day living p&fltcttl those values which comprise the Young Judaean program on a year-round basis. Not only will campers of Camp Judaea live a creative Jewish life, but they will develop talents in many areas of camping. These include swimming, canoeing, ritlery, archery, land sports, campcraft art! and crafts, dramatics, and licit! trips to tourist attractions in western North Carolina. The brother movement of Young Judaea is the Tsolim (Scouts of Israel*. -Representatives of the Tsolim in the Southeast area, Uri Aviram leader, will play an active role in the program of Camp Ju daea. Camp Judaea's staff of mature counselors and specialists, college men and women, educators and jroup workers, are chosen because £i skills in camping, education, !" ioup work. Young Judaea and Judaism. Many have spent from .) summer to a year in Israel. Kor further imormation write 10 George Stern, 50 Whitehall, Suite 302. AtldUta 3. Ga. Pine Forest Camp Co-edueational Camp I'ine Forest has an extensive program of water and camp activities, and is located in Elkins Park. Pa. For brochures and further information, contact local representatives,, Pithiah Studio-., at 323 W. 47th fit. Camp Gan Israel Camp Gan Israel of Florida. purchased in January, is scheduled to open its doors for the first time in June for eight weeks of camp! ing. Sports, arts and crafts and j Hebrew classes arc planned for the j summer. Rabbi Abraham Korf, Southeastern regional director of the Mer-1 J kos L'Injronei Cbinneh, sponsors i of the kosher camp, announces that plans for an olympic-sized swimming pool for the camp have ', been made. The rabbi, who makes his headquarters for the Merkcs in Miami Beach, has scheduled meetings j with officials in Deland, Fla., for | construction of a pool. Merkos is : the central organization for Jew-. I ish education pi the Lubavitchcr movement. Camp Gan is located seven miles from Deland or. 48 acres of what was formerly the Millionaires Country Club. Lake Owego Camp Lake Owego Camp, limited to boys 8 to 15, occupies 125 private and secluded acres of pine, spruce and hemlock forests atop the Po; cono Mountains in Lords Valley, 1 Hawley, Pa. Mature and experienced cabin I leaders supervise the camp pro! gram of waterfront activities, crafts, athletics, rlflcry, scouting, fishing, archery, canoe trips, teni nis, water-skiing, skin diving and j scuba. 1 Friday evening services are held thOUghout the eight-week tamp season, and a resident registered nurse and a physician are on 24-hour call Camp director is Carl Freedman, currently youth director of K. I. Synagogue in Elkins Park and physical education teacher in the Mayfair School of Philadelphia Camp Pinewood Marking its tenth anniversary under the same ownership and di; rectors, Camp Pinewood in the Great Smoky Mountains, N.C., is offering a new camp policy for 1964. In addition to the regular eight-week session, there will be a choice of two four-week sessions. Enrollment is limited to 200 boys and girls from 5 to 17. There is a separate teen-age program and a counselor-in-training course at the camp. Only three miles from Mendcrsonvillc and easily accessible by automobile, railroad and air, Camp Pinewood is situated on gently rolling acreage 2,400 feet above sea level. Activities, under the guidance of mature and capable statf members, take in all water sports, boating, horseback riding, golf, tennis, camp craft, music appreciation, dancing, photography, trips and hikes. Local offices are at 535 W. 30th St. Directors are Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Michaelson and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Meltzer. SKY LAKE OoAtyS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 7 to 17. Complete camp activities, •' small groups, 1000 acres of fullest equipped facilities. 4 Registration for 1964 Season is Now Open IK A I DO*HA STtlNMlTZ-Comp Di, ecferi-WO • MAKILYN 6KUNSPAN Ph. 624-0692 Ph. Wl S 6904 P. O. Box 159 — Miami 45, Florida HEBREW INSTITUTE OF LONG ISLAND proudly announces A DRAMATIC NEW CONCEPT IN JEWISH TRADITIONAL CAMPING HILI INTERNATIONAL CAMP BOYS and GIRLS 5 16 A UNIQUE internationol exchange program bringing together Jewish youth from the U.S.A. and many lands in a Torah inspired environment, guided by a top mature professional staff. LOCATED on site of fabulous Wnite Roe L?ke. Livingston Manor. N.Y ALL SPORTS — Private Lake e Golf Course • Water Skiing o Bailing o TOP PHYSICAL PLANT Synagogue. Indoor Gym. Crafts Shops, and Recreation Halls. COMPLETE CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM. COMPREHENSIVE LEADERSHIP TRAIN NG PROGRAM — C.I.T. — WAITERS WAITRESSES STAFF AIDES JCs. TUITION S475 8-WEEK PROGRAM Rabbi Jacob I. Nislick — Executive Director Write Hill INTERNATIONAL CAMP, Suite 901, 225 West 34th St., New York 1, N.Y., or coll 212 PE 6-0643 Camp Timber Tops Camp Timber Tops, the mountain camp for girls, is in the bcau! tiful Pocono Mountains of Greeley, 'Pike County, Pa. Limited in enrollment, with a counsel staff of young college women trained for the activities they supervise, camp program is planned to meet the interests and needs of the 8 to 15-ycar-old campers and to develop mental, social, emotional and physical growth. Two-thousand feet above sea I level, the camp site provides perI feet spots for overnight trips which are a part of every summer I program. THREE FINE MOUNTAIN CAMPS IN THE POCONOS OF PENNSYLVANIA PINE FOREST CAMP LAKE OWEGO For Boys TIMBER TOPS For Girls • Athletics • Water Sports • Canoe Trips • Fishing • Scouting • Private lake 4 Weeks S27S 6 Weeks S410 8 Weeks %  $525 CO-ED AIL WATER AND CAMP SPORTS SEPARATE CAMPS 3 MIIES APART • Water Sports • Pioneering • Private lake • Camperaft • Canoe and Vagabond Trips 4 Weeks • $275 6 • Weeks • $410 • %  Weeks $525 FOR INFORMATION AND BROCHURES CONTACT OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: FITH1AN STUDIO OF DANCING & DRAMA, 323 W. 47th STREET, JE 1-7883 fa*p OtM-A IN riORIDA'S COOL OCALA NATIONAL fOUST At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (S-16) will enjoy the most lun-filled summer ever. Coin confidence learning new skills, too. Dally waterskiing, swimming, and horseback riding—no extra charge. Trained by mature counselor-experts (1 to every 3 children — triple the average). e Boating, Tennis. Archery, Dramatics, Team Sports, Riflery, Golf. 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Page 10-C +Jewist Ikrkttan Friday, March 13, 1964 Honor Student on Princeton Carpet for Bigotry PRINCETON, N.J. — (JTA) — A upbraided by the president of the ; letter to the student newspaper Princeton University honor stuuniversity. Dr. Robert A. Goheen, published two days before he was dent, who received the university's lor an anti-Semitic attitude. honored, questioning the signifi' Freshman Honor Prize" only last Paul J. Ponomarenko. of The cance of the Warsaw Ghetto upweek in a cercmonw on the camBronx, whose parents are Russian rising, asserting that the Jewish pus attended by 1.000 persons, was and who was horn in Poland, wrote '"drive'' to get non-Jews to believe 6.000.000 .lews had been murdered by the Nazis is only an "image" set up by Jews, and stating that Jews have advanced the story about the Warsaw Ghetto rebellion to counter fears that Jews would be called "cowards." "This fear." he alleged, "is based on a deepseated teeiing oi inferiority in physical comhcl and military afSuper-Salesmen To Get Awards Miami Chapter of the Sales and Marketing Executives International will present "Distinguished Salesman's Awards" on Apr. 11 at a Miami Springs Villas banquet. William Binder, president of Binder-Baldwin Piano Co., and SME publicity chairman, said "Oscars" will be awarded to salesmen selected by their respective companies for outstanding sales achievement. A red carpet will be put down for the award ceremonies, and wives of winners will be presented : orchids. I Binder said the "Distinguished Salesman's Award" will be limited to a total of 30 winners. fairs that the Jews have always had." Dr. Goheen, writing to the student newspaper, stated that the Ponomarenko letter "patently, speaks from blind prejudice and is utterly foreign both to the intellectual and moral ideas of the university. It is an old but sadly persistent fact that high intelligence and moral sensitivity, intellect nd wisdom, do not necessarily go together." The campus newspaper also printed 1 Oother letters on the issue raised by the student All but one were critical of the student, who is not only an honor .student. hut also manager of the varsity baseball team. He has, rn-vev jj' not retracted. • Instead, he said "I am repulsed that the suffering of the Jews has been so overplayed." Mrs. Morris A. Skop, art supervisor of Temple Beth Shirah Art Department, selects outstanding work by several students who have been working in ceramic and tile on a history of the twelve tribes of Israel. With Mrs. Skop, who is also a teacher in the Dade County public schools, are Robin Roth ad Gary Farbish. 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LISTS ( Bond Paper FORMS > WHILE YOU WAIT coolers Cash 4 Carry Serving Miami Since 1946 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 \ \-.--— -..._. -v.-. tr ; r : %  :::. "*2t For the man on the gel Sculh Control ; 'c;t, rescheduled service v c'l po,~ in Rondo is de<;-•.: to jet u ivhere vou heve ': when you hove to gc. ouiCkly, and comtortobly Our modern eoncr-' in ,ntrcate Oir trowel utilizes •-< Blest I mem, experienced million r'I pilots ond personolized ser\ : insure you the efficient depe r kmj o( transct'':' n your schedule demo-,.' Whether I C'C travelling • : ul ,nc j pleasure, next • fly : Central. Call your travel c~ Ond recreation*. lie Annual Purim program took place at Temple Adath Yeshurun of North Miami Beach on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m.. The program include a complete dramatization of the story of Purim, followed by a Purim Carnival. Participating in the dramatic presentation were (left to right) Linda Barg, Karen Greenberg, Linda Blumenfeld, Susan Swartz, Kenny Bronstein. Fred Sharfstein. Gary Hellman, Mark Knobel, Cindy Goodman. Howard Molden and Walter Cohen. Also participating were Larry Magcril, Leon Holtz, Ronnie Simon and Aaron Jackson. The affaii was sponsored by the Sisterhood PTA, whose president is Mrs. Dorothy DeNoia, under the direction of Yehuda Segal, education director. J *7 Wife I KASHA MAN, THAT'S A DISH I SOUTH CENTRAL AIRLINES, INC. MIAMI'S JEWISH iADJO ITATION MIAMI JEWISH SCENE REUBEN GUBERMAN MX. "LIVE' EACH DAY FROM CONTINENTAL KOSHER RESTAURANT 8393 Bird Road ::• "The Jewish Show with the American Accent" Monday-Friday 10-11 A.M. Sunday 3:15 JACOB SCHACTER YIDDISH PROGRAM Monday-Friday 11-12 Noon Sunday 3:45-4:15 live" from the Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach "History in the Making" THE TALMUD TAUGHT IN ENGLISH THE TALMUDIC SEMINAR OF THE AIR NARRATED BY RABBI PINCHAS M. TEITZ Sundays 1:30 P.M. WEDR-FM, • it z .1



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I Y, March 13. 1964 SHOPPING AROUND WlUfr „ Mother's Product* are not too many foods ease every member of the Horn the smallest to the but two that fill the bill (other's Gelfilte Fish and s Bite-Sized Matza Balls. -e fine products are made nly the freshest kitchen ngrcdicnts that Mom herself use. [Ler's Bite-Size .viatza Balls %  ay to use and delicious to fjust add them to your favoup and then get set lor intent.Irom your family f.ends is Gefilte Fish can be J1 % %  : canapes, appetizers, or imam course. For festive slue ine long pieces Of Gef'lte Fish into half), es Place on serving tray toothpick in each slice. with par-lev. and serve %  ^Bi -eradish. Pick i • ther's Uefilfl Fish and Mother's BiteSite Bi/.i I'... 1 (n serve at your PassoTe Enjoy the best, enjojrmothcr'-. certified Kosher and ftnc lor your Passover pleasure Domino Sugar DonAo Sugar needs no introduction to Jewish housewives because it li..Ii'-i-u a tradition in Jewish home.for generations. With I', • %  : %  approaching, it would be i "nl idea to take a quick cluck of Domino products to make sure your home is well sttafced with t: -c line items that it valuable in your kitchen and table Constable Issues Special Booklet Wui pa ,!. %  informative bullefc>eing distributed to busiand hotel operators by Met Five Constable's ofthis week acclaimed by Sers "as an outstanding constructive information prevention of crime." d "Commentary." the prepared by Constable Weinstcin. contains ardetection and prevention ot crimes common to the tourist community, along with checklists i of suggested safety precautions. j Special emphasis is placed on ofI fenses which plague hotel operators and merchants, such as burglaries, bad checks and non-pay ing "skips." Also included is information on the operation of Contable Weinstein's office, and ways the private citizen may avail himself of these services. WK AT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK rou'li Hear the World's Finest Music on WK AT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WK AT-FM f-Jenisfi Fhrtottaun Page 11-C Heading the list is Domino gran ulated sugar, a "must" for your hot coffee and tea. Then, for your Seder table, take your pick ol Crystal Domnio Tablets or the Hostess Tablets that add a party look to all hot beverages. When it's Domino Sugar, you're sure it's pure. Look for these fine products which are Kosher for Passover. The 2 lb. and 5 lb. Domino Sugar pour spout packages have special Passover recipes on the box. Tetley Tea Smart housewives will be ready for Passover entertaining just as they arc every year. These arc the ones who serve and enjoy letley Tea every season of the year, 'letley Tea, like the enjoyment in brings, knows no season It's part Of the scene no matter what the weather Nothing will take the chili off in later winter or early spring [aster, and more plca-ar.tly. titan a cup of piping hot Tetlej Tea Tetley Tea is the only tea with the famous "tiny little tea leaf" flavor, and you get the same hearty taste cup alter cup. It's no wonder that Tetley Tea is the tea drinker's tea. and the favorite of Jewish families everywhere. If you are not a tea drinker, all the more reason to try Tetley. You'll find it a welcome change from your regular drink, and you'll know you are drinking the best tea money can buy. Mott's and Sunswet When making up your shopping list for Passover, do yourself and your familj a favor by including a number of Moll's and Sunsweet products. Start with Mott's Apple Sauce, which is the perfect dish with any meal, it has been the overwhelming choice of Jewish housewives for many years. Next on your list put Mott's Apple Juice or Sunsweet Prune Juice. With the kids home Irom school for the holidays either one is ideal for breakfast or late afternoon energy boo-l.-. For different taste treats, try some of the other juices from Dutfy-Mott. These include Sunsweet Apricot Nectar. Sunsweet ApricotApplc-Prunc Juice, and Mott's A.M.. a fruit juice which is actually five "good health'" juices in one delicious drink. As long as you are making up your list, don't forget Sunsweet Cooked Prunes, plump, tender prunes in heavy syrup. All of these line product.arc certified kosher for Passover. Look for the rabbinical seal on the package. Planters Oil Housev ;\ '•v ho ha\ e come to depend on PlanterPeanut Oil for s. much ol their cooking and baking can go righl On enjoying this product during Pas-oxer. Plant ers Peanut oil icertified kosher and parve for Passover so you never have to be without this delicioush light, poly-unsaturated oil. Here ia tasty recipe for you to try during the Passover holidays. low baking pans. Arrange layer ol potato -lues in each pan. turning potatoes to coat both sides with oil. Bake in very hot oven (450 deg. F.) about 25 minutes or until golden brown. Drain, season and serve. 6 hearty helpings. Colgate's Ajax Housewives have known for years that Ajax means "clean," and they have made this ColgatePalmolive product a favorite in their homes. Now the name Ajax appears on an all purpose cleaner with ammonia added. Ajax liquid will have your home sparkling clean for Passover quicker than you ever thought possible. In fact, it cleans like a white tornado, getting into corners and hard to clean areas, turning them sparkling clean without scraping. The extra benefit of ammonia makes Ajax ideal for cleaning floors, walls, woodwork, and every other washable thing in your home. Other Colgate-Palmolive products thai can make your Passover ih ires easier are pink liquid Vel, certified Kosher and parve for all your meal and dairy dishes, and heavy duty Fab, the detergent that is not a pow er or i. but liny beads ol com pn ed cleaning energy, New Fab has penetrating power thai gets your toughest wash clean clear through. Fab and Ajax are also certified Kosher and Parve Use all of these fine prodects and thiPas-over you'll have more time to spend with your family and your guests. Maxwell House Coffee Mother will wanl to keep a fresh pot on the stove so that w her the holiday cooking is done and the sponge cake is cooling by the window, she can relax with a good cup of coffee Then late at night, when the last Seder guest is gone and the children are all tucked in bed, Mother and Father can keep the holiday glow alive by chatting over their final cup of Maxwell House Coffee. So at Passover, and all year through, make your guests feel truly "at home" by serving them Maxwell House, the coffee that's good to the last drop. Attend services tliis week at if our own pdice of Or J worship Maxwell House Coffee, long a favorite in homeeverywhere, is the perfect beverage to top off your Passover dinners. The makers of Maxwell House are old hands in the art of blending coffee, and the results of many years Pare potatoes and cut crosswise of perfecting the best possible into 1-4 inch slices. Pour 1-3 cup blend is apparent with your first Planters Oil into each of two shal%  sip. Bake'n Brown Potatoes 3 pounds potatoes 2-3 cup Planters Peanut Oil 2 teaspoons salt 1-4 teaspoon white pepper When the occosion arises, phono HI 8-4994 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M.



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Page 10-C *. If M /c#; /fcvr-aVJfe*,, Page 12-C *Jmtoti ThrMKbri Friday, March 13, 1964 Mrs. Irving Weiner, chairman of the Purim Carnival at Beth David last Sunday afternoon, sells tickets in advance to her daughter, Maria. Assisting Mrs. Weiner on the committee were Mrs. Murray Dacks and Mrs. Robert Traurig. Other committee members (not shown) are Mrs. Willie Lish and Mrs. Leonard Wolf. The carnival featured many rides, booths, circus food and children's treats. LBJ Was Guest in Jewish Home LOS ANGELES — (JTA) — President Johnson used the beautiful home of a leading California Jewish couple, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Taubman, during his trip to Palm Springs for his meeting with President Adolfo Lopez Mateos of I i ico. During their sessions, wliich included a state dinner, the two statesmen and their aides were surrounded by objects of art reflecting the identification o f the Taubmans with Juadism. These include a gleaming brass menorah. a Sabbath candelebra. and an antique Israeli plate. The Taubmans have dedicated a chair of applied mathematics at the Weizmann Institute in memory of Herman Taubman, founder of the family fortune. The Taubmans are active members of Temple Isaiah in Palm Springs. Both Mr. Taubman and his father were supporters of President Johnson throughout his public career. Thus it was that a Protestant American President and a Catholic Mexican President enjoyed the hospitality of a Jewish citizen in the United StateREMEMBER The memories ot Passovers gone by—the search and sale of the Chometz—Grandpa poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and theChoraches—putting on the new suit ot clothes and shoes—pockets full of hazel nuts—and almonds— anxiousl." waiting for the Seder to start—Uncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always late—the whot family together—Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair besid< him—Grandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke" my queen, h called her—the Kiddush and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah" and the answer give with Grandpa's voice ringing out over all—the first half of the Hagadah almost overeven the bitter herbs tasted so good—Passover it was always "strong"—all were com* pelled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt water—and then the meal—nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandma—we ate—an* ate and then the "Benehen"-and the rest of the Hagadah-and some more cups of wine -and the opening of the door—and the stories of how in the old country someona frightened the whole family by appearing at that door—but best of all the tongs with. which the second half of the Hagadah abound—and the feeling of drowsiness—contentment-and the thought that tomorrow the same thing once more MANISCHEWITZ WINE COMPANY, H. it Producers of Traditional Passover Wlnta. Hayride For Temple Judea Ninth grade Sunday school class at Temple Judea is having a hayride, picnic and hootenanny on Saturday evening at Crandon Park. Evening will begin with a Hav dalah service conducted by Rabbi Mordccai Podet in the Youth Lounge at 5:30 p.m. Youngsters will leave the Temple at 6 p.m. in the hay trucks, un: er the supervision oi Jerome T.itt. faculty member. 'Living Hebrew 1 To End Series "Living Hebrew, the television program sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education on Station WTHS, Ch. 2. will present its final program on Thursday. Mar. %  26. The program will celebrate the festival of Passover and out! line the concept of freedom. Classes at Congregation Beth | El, under the direction of George Goldberg, instructor, will particij pate in the program. Louis Schwartzman. executive director i of the Bureau, directs the program. "Living Hebrew" has been seen on Ch. 2 for six years and will begin its seventh year of broadcast in September. 1964. "Living Hebrew" is an experimental approach to the study of Hebrew language, and associates the language directly with Jewish values through meaningful stories from Hebrew lore. Broadcasts this year were based on an experimental textbook. 'Hebrew Through Values," written by Schwartzman and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Bureau consultant. Poston to Head Children's Center Ralph Poston has been unani mously elected president of the Children's Center, non-profit day school for emotionally-disturbed children. The Children's Center, at 700 NW LeJeune Rd., is supported by pn vate contributions. The Dade County School Board does provide one teacher. Current students are aged 7 to 9. Murroy Dubbin is seeking reelection to his Group 6 seat in the Florida State Legislature. A native of Dade County and a practicing attorney, Dubbin pledged "to finish the job I ini'-iated in 1963 as a freshman legislator to bring clean industry and a fairer return of the tax dollar to Dade." y ^ • OAOI iouLrv MIAMI BtACH. 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\nday. March 13. 1964 +Jmisti ncridt&n Page 13-C hfc / / IQJi '3 1014S & cvvices R. IRVING LEHRMAN. Rabbi Hirjh Adler. Cantor iday Evening Service 8:30 P.M. RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK I 'ir-M'tor. S4Miih,-HKt,'iii Region I'lilted SynasofflM of America GUEST PREACHER In honor "f I'nltud Synagogue Sabbath Saturday Morning Service 9 A.M. Sermon 10:30 A.M. We I in it,Your Inqulrlea ptegardlDfl rTamlly M, n ibi rshlps JE 8-2503 MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737 Bird Road, Miami Pk. 446-2181 YAHKZtlT and KADOISH Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. 8at.| Sun., 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY starting now redeem our souls by a half of a whole shekel onl>," not more. It reminds each and every one ol us that we are a part of a people —not the whole people. We are equal to others, and not more than they are. "Parshes Zochor," the "Second Parshe," teaches us to remember our enemies and what I they have done to us at the time j when we were helpless; to remember that the cause of their hatred was just because we are a God-fearing people, and for no I other reason. "Parshes Poroh," the third, teaches us that in order to be a free people we must cleanse ourselves from contaminating conditions. It we are contaminated, we will contaminate even the •sanctuaries." We will destroy holiness; we will undermine the great ideas and ideals for which the "Am Yisroel" stands. A contaminated priesthood, a dishonest rabbinate leader will destroy the purity, morality and honesty of a community. And last, but not least, the tourth parshe, "Parshes Hachodosh," tells us this la the time to begin; this is the time to start; this is the month in which we are to begin our journey for freedom—our life as a nation. This is the time to siart to cleanse our innocent people from dishonest leadership, from imposters who pretend. Orthodoxy, from teachers who mislead their holy flocks, the "Tzon Kodoshim" from the chomets which infiltrated into our has-been beautiful Jewish community; "We must cleanse ourselves of the rabbis and businessmen who shamelessj ly sell their God, their knowlI edge, their conscience, and their self-respect. ••Hachodesh Haze Lochem Rosh Chodoshim." This is the beginning of the New Monthly Calendar—the beginning for the cleans\ ing period. Let us start now, as we read in the "Hattoras—Hachodesh." EzeMal XLV, Verse IS: "Thus saith God—In the first month i Nisson I. in the first day of the month, thou shalt cleanse the Sanctuary." I AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7ni <-->n v | e ve Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. I :"'" 1 I • P HI S i :,.„,. hip i'" tun in oui IMIKI mI'll z, melnlii r, will Iini.iuvri AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kirshner. '''' i"1 i i. Mill lenl %  Iti hit Ion in lilbllvnl Jett'lxn I" • | Shabhai host' %  'I '•> Mr. nn I Mm Mel Kahn. Sul UruM \ ...'' a IM • .— ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Senwarts. 3ETH DAViD. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W Lipson. l'Yiii.i> 8:13 |..m. Saln.-.i.u :• a.m. %  i ; Mltsvah: Eric, Ron of Mr. and Airs. .Murray Turetxky. BETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday ,; p.m. Saiunlav K:S0 a.in Sormun: "Preparing for Redemption." • 3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Friday 6:15 p.m. Haturdaj 8 a.m. Sermon: "Sacrifices for Today." • i BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. l-"riila> 5:45 p.m. Kalurdn> 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The fall in Sacrifice." • BETH KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Pi liluj • 15 p.m. Si rmnn: "The S\ib.' d IVai Mi. and .MrSam "If wili host ih,. i in, K Shab llllt 111 li >no| 111; li.| III i h of the %  — • BETH MOSHL CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dixie H* y Conservative Rabbi Sir,ion Apnl. Cantor Hyman Fein. I : 1 %  Ml and Ml • — • — 3ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre tary. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. l'iiila> s.r, p.m. Service In honor of .'.mil anniversary of founding of I'niled SynagnKUc of America. Sermon; "How liigid or ITsii.l,Khould t'onaervatlve Judaism Be." Saturda) i a in Har Mltsvah: Michael, s..ii of Mr ami Mrs. AI Ley Is; Michael, son ..I .\ir and Mrs Jack L'deU. 8'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Joel Lerner. Krldiij 8:15 p.m. Pulnll gueat: Rabbi Elieser A. Levl. Topic: "Solomon Schechter'a Dream." Saturday 8:30 a. in. Bar Mltsvah: Stanley, son of Mr, ami Mrs. Norman Blbrand. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strasafeld. • FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Georga Goldberg. FYldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Golden Ace of Voutta." Oneg Shabbat boated by Mr. and Mis. Abner Eaterman In honor of their wedding annlveraary, Saturday 8:30 a.m. • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi H %  > II ii M. Leviton. ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor v ou 's Cohen. I'Yi'lay 5:45 and s:i. p.m. Sermon: "The Deputy." Saturday 8:45 am s,:nii,ii: "The Religious Definition of CANDIWGHTING TIME 29 Adur — 6:09 p.m. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramovitz. Cantor Edward Klein. l-*i lda.> 8:15 |i ;i. K i mon Nui li %  M 4 -l llHI ""'Wf'Wl %  > %  <* ***em. "The I'm i lie 1.1 v I II ol Ml .,inl I., i, TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th St. and Taturn Waterway. Modern Traaitional. Rabbi Eugeno Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservativt Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Steiner. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. I•"• i laj • in p.m. Sisterhood flab bath Sermoi Slatel ii 1 Byline.' Saturday -.1". a.m. H • — Mltsvah: Armand, on of Mr, and TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase Mrs, I urj White. Mlncha 5:45 p.m ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh 1*01 Mltsvah: I... ( Mr an d Cantor David Conviser. Mr-. I :, i-t VVesi-lbaum h>lilnj 8:15 p.m. Si i: "How Do — • !i,l„, vi", 1 .••'•• l '" MSi ; : K TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. '• Mi-A.'l I, ;' V >','" %  12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Holly K. in, r, TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. Gale. Prldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What SB, Can We Afford?" Bai Mltsvah: it.,>NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi """ f Mr u "'' Mi*. Robert LawNathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex! ''''"'''• ander Cohen. • —— I TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. FYldaj 8:13 p.m. Saturday '.< a m TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 N\r\ 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvint Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Pridn} 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Between KYidaj 8:3(1 p.m. I'ulpil KUI-KI,' Rabhl **an and Hod." Surda) B:45 a.m Ml, n Rutchlk, -Hi,, i,,r. SE Region, eimon: "What is a Sacrifice." I nil ,i S II igoglll • : A in, i lea. 11 i' ,l.i' %  p.m. I:., M txMih s,'ii "i M i' i Kl nun II i llenrj KIlllIlK I. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber. man. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Prldaj 5:4-5 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon A Message ••! the Lord Addressed tu our own Time." SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah. mias. Friday 8:10 p.m. SatUrdB) 8:30 a.m Sermon: "Sacrifices In Holiness." TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. l"rlila> s:i*i p.m. Sermon: "Democracy ami the HynaaTOsTue." Saturday 8:45 a.ni. Sermon: "The Synth, sis of tinlliart ami Mind." Har Mltsvah: Craig, %  r Mr. and Mis. Edwin Kail. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cintor Charles Kodner. l'rnia\ 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Superotltutfon ami Rillgion." TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. • TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 7500 SVM 120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly— • TEMPLE 210m. 3/20 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rahhi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. • In Klml grade Hi 9 %  \ and TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St .,, Saturday Reform. Rabbi Josrph R. Narol Cantor Jacob 3o r nstein. I n; "What 1 TEMPLE JUDr.A. i20 Pjlm 0 a V f Liberal Reform. I Pcde: ,.Ca tor Cordon Ri, I .. %  • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Mil h: X. II, son ol \| %  .i Mil TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. IV ami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wei n %  %  YOUNG ISRA..,-" ssu NE 171 st Orthodox Habbi Sherwin Stacher Si Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky, national president of Hadassah, presents the coveted Henrietta Szold Award to Dr. Albert B. Sabin, discoverer of the oral anti-polio vaccine, at Hadassah's recent national convention in Washington, D.C. Looking on (center) is Mrs. Benjamin Goltesman, chairman of the Henrietta Szold Award Committee. With the citation, Dr. Szold Award was created in 1949 to perpetuate the memory Sabin received a SI,000 gift from Hadassah. 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*yo iu-Vv Page 14-C *". kwHti MnrirdFifrtm Friday. March 13, 1964 Beth Sholem In Big Carnival; Has Open House '.\n YlrfAf* nfnitM •vtnf hclif at Temple Belh Sholem. 1725 Monroe St., Hollywood, last week. In charge were Mrs. Bernard Stepper, Sisterhood youth activities vice president, and Samuel Rothfarb. Temple board member. Prior to the carnival, students of the Religious School held an assembly in the social hall, where Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of Beth Sholem. spoke. A talent show and a masquerade parade followed. Temple Beth Sholem held open house recently for the newly-decorated Fannie Mae Theodore Memorial Library organized in 1958 by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Margolis, parents of the late Mrs. Theodore. Mr. and Mrs. Margolis and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kaspin have been benefactors of the library since its inception. Participating in the open house program were Rabbi Malavsky; Dr. Julian J. Blitz, Temple presi-j dent, who brought greetings; Mrs. Jack Rothfarb. library chairman; and Cantor Ernest Steiner. The library' is accredited by the Jewish Book Council of America,! sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board, and has as librarian Mrs. Margaret Marshall. REB YANKELI LEGAL NOTICE YO-LE-O-LE-HE-OH-OY-OY-OY! LEGAL NOTICE THereth Israel Bazaar Popcorn and cotton candy for the children will be featured at the Temple Tifereth Israel grand bazaar to be held Saturday evening and all day Sunday. Mar. 14 and 15. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA AT LAW No. ML 743 JOYCE PROPERTIES, INC., and CAROL INC., of MARGATE, Petitioners, ItROADMOOR HOMES, IN'' and NATHAN II. ROOD, Respondents. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEEDING TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST NOTE T" i:il(>Al>MOOR HOMES, IXC. a Florida corporation, .mil NATHAN II. lt K>l>, AN I I T< i ALL i ITU ER PERRONS INTERESTED: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to In and appear before the Honorable Ueorge K s. Iiul/.. on "f the Judge! of the above Htyled Court in the Dade fount) Court Hi.ii>.,ni Miami, Florida, .it 1:4.1 inli.k P.M., on the Wrd day of April. 1164, and then and there show cause, if any you can, by minwer duly riled, aa required by law, wnj the promissory note, described in the Petition .HI rile herein, of which the following is a true copy, to-wit: No. I-l! $i.: .mi .1 t,iv -,. 19(2 blight month* after date, for value reoelved, we promise to pay to the order of JOYCE PROPBRTIEW, INC., u, Horl.ln corporation, and CAROL, INC. ..1 MARGATE, a Florida ourporatlon, Pour Thousand l-'iv,. iiimdred (t4.tMM.0Ol Dollars, payable at the Bank of I Hide I'ounty, of North .Miami Beach, Florida, with Interest thereon of ii per oent, |ier annum from date until fully paid. The maker and endorser of iiiix note further agree to waive demand, notice "f noq-paynienl ami protest, and in cane suit shall be drought for the, collection hereof, .„ ih,. same has to be collected upon ili-maml of an attorney, t.. pay reasonable atinrney's fees for making such oollection. This note may iprepaid at nnytime and In any amouni without penult). This note Is Miiij.it to the terms "i .ui Agr< .in. ut ,.i Warranty by iad lietween the purtli H dati .1 June _'.. 1992. This is one of B series of notes '"""'"'•'I I, 3, 3 and I. executed %  day by the undersigned, .1. fault which will cause Hi,remaining note* t.. Immedlutel} mature DROADMOOR HOMES, INC a Plorlda corporation By: Nathan i:. i: I (seal) President, Nathan I:, ltm.il Attest: .i.iiiian i' Souverln 1 lose a mortgage upon the following described real property: I...I B. Block ii WKSTIIAVKN HEIGHTS, according to the I'lat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 60 al Cage :il of the Public Records ..f I'a.le County, Florida, together with Hi.1 Wat.iHeater, Venetian Blinds, Cone Oarbage Kin w/Cans; and i "..in %  Clothes Poles. You are reuulred to file your answer to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN PINE, Mill Floor, Ha.I. l-.ileial lluildliiK. Miami :tL' 1964, LEGAL NOTICE N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59615-C IN RE: Estate nf; .HI.IA E. Ill im Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPI ""AT'ON FOP nicTnimiTioN AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby gixen mat I have filed Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Phial Dlschiirgi as Executor of the estate of Jl'I.IA K. RUDD. d< reasi d: and thai on the 18th day of April, 1964, Will apply to the lion nald. Count) Judges ..i Had. County, Florida, for approval of sai.i Final ite|...rt and for distribution and final discharge .1KxevUlor of tile .stale .,1' the above-named decedent. This 6th day ..1 March, 1961 DANIEL A RI'DD, Excel by Herman T. i-is. Attorney HERMAN T. ISIs 1 P.O. It..\ iTi'T Coral Hal.les. Fla. NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTCE is HEREBY tllVKN thai the untlersigned. desiring t.. engage In iiiisin. -s r*i.-me rictitiour II TRP-1IT COPPI l: N W. :JTt Ii Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends i" ni;is 1, 1 -.-..I mime with the Clerk of the 1 in nit C 1 of I Wde %  '..uni> Florida JASAN It A111'I Nil Hole 1 w in i:: 12-20-27, I t CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL I'll WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, URRETINUS Whereas, NORMAN It. LYONS, MIAMI, FLORIDA; ANNIE ELAM, MIAMI, FLORIDA; SARAH Cook, -MIAMI. FLORIDA did on the 9th day of. October, A.D, 11*46, cause t. be inI corporated under the laws <>f the State of Florida SOUTH Fl.oKIDA INVKSTMKNT CO., INC a corporation, with its principal plan of business at MIAMI, HADE COUNTY, in the State i.f Florida, and whereas the proper officers ••! such corporation did ..n the lltll day i.f August, AH. IINKJ, cause to lofiled in the office of the Secretary of Stale of the State of Florida, a Certificate of Amendment changing its corporate name to SOUTH FLORIDA CAPITAL INVESTMENTS', INC., and whereas such corporation did on the 3rd day i.f March, A.D. 1964, ...use to be filed in the i.fiiee of Hi. Secretarj of State i.f the Stale of Fiorina. III. documental'} authority required under Section 606.27, Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution i.f such corporation. Now, therefore, the Se.i.uuy of State does hereby eertlf> t>> the foregoing and that h.is satisfied that the 1 e.iinrelili Ills 1,1 in, ,,,,* ,,.,.. ...,,, • plied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set m> hand and have affixed the Urea 1 Seal ol the Slate .i 1-loriua, at Tallahassee, the Capital, tins the Till It U da) of MARCH, A.D. 1964. 1 seal) 1\)M A 11.1.US at1ie1.11> ol State .1 1 I .: 1 LEGAL NOTICE 4IN T Hl= <~OUNTY Jl DGE'S "OURTI IN AND FOR DADE COLI'TY FLUHIDA. IN PROBA": No. 62)52-A in RE Estate of SAMUEL SERVER 1'. ceased. NOTICE TO To Mil creditor* I la\ ing < 'laiins or s.n.i Estate: Vim are hereby liure.l to 1.1."sent inaniis whloh yo III CREDITOR", Bind AII I 'einaiids M.-l I III 1 1 •'.I and I.iillls 1 have agnlnstl aatate of SAMUEL SERVER ... -| c e as e d late of Had. County, Florldn to Hi.Count) .Indues .,1 Hail...iuiii\ ami file the same in duplicate and as provided in Weetion 7(3.16 I I statutes, in their offices in the Counts i ••.iirilioiise iu Hade County, FH.I Ida, within six calendar months from the lime of the lirst publication hereof. "I the same will be ban. I Hated nt Miami. I lorMa, day of February, A.D. IWH ..MARTIN SERVKR // ItoY w SERVER As Kxe.-utors I'irst puli'ication nf this n. the -1st day of February, 19 THEODORE R, NKl.So.V \t 1 orney for Bx< out. 1 605 Lincoln Itonl Miami Beach, Florida 21-29, 8/6-13] 1Mb •lc, ii, III To and 18-20-27, 1 8 Florida, not later than April 11, or a Decree Pro Confeaau will i„ tered aaalnsi \ uu. DATEI1; March 10, 1964. B. H. LEATHBRMA.N Clerk ..f ih. circuit Court 1 s.al) By: MAROUERITE MORFl Deputy 1'lei k MARTIN FINK Attorm \ for I'lnntiff ""' PI I'a.le Federal Rldg. Miami 82, Florida ._^___^^_ 3 l8-2n-7 iii1:1 • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 64C 2456 IN THE MATTER OK THE Alx il'TION OP: ANTIONETTB DAVIS, A minor uhlld. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tt I: 1 'HRiSTINE DAVIs Route No. 1 I tavishro, lieorajia CHRlSTfNK I 1 hat Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREIIV GIVEN the undersigned, desiring t.. engage ii biislness under the fictitious name of Al l-.x SUPPLY ai S717 Southwest BiKhth Street, Miami. Florida Intends in register said name with th, ol Hie Circuit Court ..f Had. 1 Florida. UK W iv AND BARBER SUPPLIES, INC. Attorneys: SHAPIRO. PRIED a WEIL, Bans. 4 "' %  '"> Koud Suit,, iu-11 Miami Beach, Florida 881S9 lS-JO-27, 4 3 DAVIS, are Petition for in the above reuulred t.. or object Ion aid I..-1111.. I. 11 tin office st> led 1 'ourt, alt. .111.1 t.,1 SMITH. N lI| M E Mn^J JU0iit ^-OORT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE ... .... „ No 62349-A IN RE: Estate of L. A. JONES, also knmn as LESLIE ALLAN JONES Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 11 creditors and AH Person! HavDemands Against said you hereby notified thai Adoption has !.. %  n fill 1 s.yie.l Court and you a file th.original nnswei t.. show cause wh) should not i.e granted ..1 in. 1 'i.ik ,,f the abov and copies tilt ni., .,n 11 Petkioners, OAKLFV ii"i N.w. North River Drive, Miami. l-airi.la. on or before the iiii day ,,f April, 1964. There is n.. known address of VELKNK JORDAN, the natural father %  intj. j %  •mil aft., diligent search, the whereabouts of VELENE JORDAN Is unknown. HEREIN PAIL Nor. .., the relief requested by the ivtiil i s, shall I,.I KlUllle.l. DATED this 91 h day ..t March 1964 K. B. LEATHEHMAN, clerk %  1 tinCircuit C0011 caeal) By: c. p. OWKIA.VP Deputy dark 8/18-20-27, I :: To A '"a Claims l.state You are h or l.v NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20/22 Acts of 1941 File AA -21214 NOTICE is HEREBY c.IVKN that Cape Sable Corporation, bokter OJ County Tax sal,Certificate No. MS issue.1 the 1st 11,1 > ol .Inn.. A.U. Illlil, has filed game 111 111} ...lue. and has made application 1. r a tax ueed to he ixsuco thereon. Maid CertUlcate eliil>|-ae* s the loli..,l mu oes.-ill>eil property in the Cunn ... Hade, .Male of Florida, to-wit: i: 2U Ft M,L 01 \\ 877.6 Fl M.l. Of S 1...I Fl of N\ I-, el >\N |.| of b'W 1-4 l.ess %  :. Fl Section :i4, Township 12 South. Range 11 East, containing ,vti ..-.. s luoie or !e-s in the 1 % %  uuiv ..1 I in.i. state of Florida, Th.assessment of said propert) under Hi. said certificate was in the name of Sidney Coopel Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according t.. law, the propert) described herein will l„s..|.i to'the highest bidder at the Court House door 011 the first Monday In the month "f April, lioil, which ithe titli das ..1 April. 1964. Dated thin 2nd day ..f March, 1964 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade Co \, Florldn II II. lilt I • %  .lilt Seal) By 1: M. LEEPER, lie. :i 6-13-20-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62236-A RE: Estate of JACOB ROSENBERG a JACK ROSS I h .. JACK It! 1SENBERO, He. eased. ll NOTICE TO CREDITOR^** All Creditors nnd \ll Persni Having Claims or Demands Again S11 i Estate: You are hereby notified quired t.> present nny 1 lalmt ni.in.I.which you mas have agalnl the estni. ,.1 JACOB l-.i ISI:N 1:1:1:1; .1 !, a JACK ROSS 1 k a JACK Ri IS EN HERO, deceased late ol Dadi i'ounty. Florida, to the Count; Judges of Hade County, and file the same in duplicate and aa provided In s. %  lion 7S3.16, Florida statutes. In their offices in the County Courthouat n Hade County. Florida, within si> calendar months from the time the first publication hirevf, or Urn same will be barred Dated nt Miami, Florida, t 1 day of February, A.D 1964 rRVING CYI'KN FRED ROSENBERG As Co-Es< rutors First i.ulilieiiiion ..1 ihi.s r'.tioe ,.11 ,' M'.',.,^^.' di .'. y % %  rVljeuary, 1 % &f ,• I IRVING CTPEN LAW OPFJCES %  \iti.ine\s for Co-Executors N:'.. Arthur Godfrey Road i -. 21 -.:. 8/6-1 :i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in undersigned, deeirlng t.. etiaage n hnslnejo. under the flcthtoug nam. % %  • Kl.l.l-.N JA1 APARTMENTS at : 1 e.th Street. Mi, 1; h KU w t.nd to register said is I7lh .-.-. name lerk of ii,,, ntrcuit ••...in County. I'l.iii.ia 'I. • i MORRIS k M KM VNN & :oM-:.\.\NEK\l KMANN. | I'.'l'r I IWnel I HENRY K \1FM \NV SMITH MANDLER"""' Attorneys f..r Kaufmam mi Mneoln Road MianM Beai h 39, FI01 i.i.i .' 21-f.l %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. I NPROBATE No. 61748-A In RE: Estate of BERTRUM II. ROGERS, sit. Deceased. IN ,KT M E .. COUNTy JUDGP-s rmiRT Ft noirT?" DAOE CO^^-TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBAT,.„ „.. ,. No. 61953-B In RE: Estate of ERNEST BLAKE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All I 1 To All HYDE 1 leeensed. NOTICE TO CREDITOR Credit.,i s Hal also JuNKs. %  etl.ill Heir ..Hi, I iad. dupil733.16, In .notified and requlr„, l' r e County Judges ..1 ••;m>y. and file the same in rate and as provided in Florida Statutes, In ,h the 1 .„„,,, Courthouse In Hade Coun'. within1 six cjilendar months time of ,!„• lii.s, „ui.li nereor, 01 (he sain,, will lie Hated at Miami, Horldii da) ..1 March, A.D, IH.;I A. ,|.\ %  CRISTOL ... *• %  Ailmlnlscratoi Plrst publication ... ,1,1V"','.' ? %  >' f March, 1964 A JA1 CRlSToL IN THE COUNTY ..UDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61873C IN RE: Estate of ISAjDORH SCHWAllTZ, a,k a LSIDolt SCHWARTZ. aVk/a isiixmi: SOHWARTZ" I .. %  •I. ty, i-1. from th,NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All Persons HavDemands Against Said lllll tills II..Ii. Ili..|l ill. Hit I; "ii Attorney for Admlnlstiator Ih K.r, Had. Pederal Bldg. -1 N.I-.. |g| AV e., Miami. Fl., 3/13-3-1-27. 1 NOT I P.? ANNUAL MEETING Match, 1964. 1 B. LEATHERMAN Clerk if said Court ''' By: C. P. ii.l'KI.ANl) l. am. file th. son,,. ,„,,„,,,', and as provided in s.,ii„„ ;:;;; V 1 '•''•'' Statutes, in their office. !n he County Courthouse |„ Dad* c2unHorldu within six calendar nths time of the first publication the sanie will i„. i,,,,,,,, Dated ul Mlunl, Florida daj of March, A I. 1961 RL'IHILPH SCHWARTZ .. As Adminisiiat.ii ,,,'' ',''.,'"i 1 '"''"'"" "' 'his net 1 the ISth day ,.r March 1964 J DAVID I.II:I:MAN Attorney for Admit l"i S.E. 1st Hade f> the hereof, this 3rd ilsirati Ing claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and re. I quired to present any claims and demands which > ..ll may ha\,. against the .-Mat. ,,r BERTRUM H ROGBR8 j HIL, deceased Is to of ihide CounV' ,, .',"''*.'• '" "" %  ''"nnty Judgeof Dade Co,,,,,}, and file the same I in dui.li.-at id as provided in >,..-, lloil 133.16, Florida Statutes. i„ their rn.es in the County Courthoils. |„ ounty. Florida, within sis calendar months from th.tune of the :!" %  „• l""''i.i.ti..„ hereof, ,,• ,.„. sam. iil I..barred. Hated a, Miami Florida, this (th nay ..r March, A.D. 1964 CHARLES K 1:. ,.;nts As Administrator in-t publication ..f this notli ..,, Ih. 6th day of March. 1964 SIIKVIN. IHMIDMAN Htli.TZMAV By: SYLVAN N HOLTZMAN Attorney for Administrator ;, : Seyl I Building Miami 32, Florida 8-ia IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF TMF VnVk^rfJ^ C'RCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY U "' U No. 64C 19C3 "OWjWn GRAUT2ER, Plaintiff, SIDNEY GRALITZER 11. fendant. i" AII < redltors and All Persons Sala ,, BsttS: M """""^ *•*'"' ^ 011 are her.l.v .Milled I,, ,, resell" mands which you the .suite J.f uLAKE, deceased ty. Florida, to ti„. Had.Cunty, nnd onplicnte nnd notified iJi.i 1. my %  lalms .nd d. ".ay have acalnsi I.ILNKST HYDE late of Had • Coun• %  oimty Judges r file the .same In ot day To: NOTICE TO APPEAR JlNBY ORAUTBBR Dated at Mi ni ,,i F'oH.h,. t:,a.|:,i, f I-elnuarv. ( |, %  ,;, t | \ IOLA OLSEN BLAKE ,-, A s Executrlg ^Flrstpjt ,.,.,,, f lrii .„ WK,NT, !An: / w | l |N; : n;A ^ >•: A. JAYCRI8TOL V';""for Exec • %  l | | .. ;!r; M:,„ M „... Miami, Pi u FLORIDA IN PPOBATE l\ 11i. No 6215J c '•' '•' %  %  -tat,of LtH'IH ADLER I '. %  %  • %  is. ,| To A!MV T, CE TO CREDITORS Estate: "swandj Ajjalnat Said You are hereby ROI County. Florid-, l ''" 1 ''^-V.: 1 ;?',^." BARBER ... s| i ii.ii:s. ixc. Atti>riie\ s: SHAPIRO, PRIED 4 WKM. %  t;-,,'',";. ol %  •"•-suite 1.1.1.Miami Beach Florida 33139 1 13-20-27, I :i isqs. 1961. plaint conr^a^Irtt^ (seal) "*of th* Circuit Court Hade ounty, Florida l.v c ,. COPELANi 1'.-.,ui} cierlt -' -'l-L'S. •• %  >. .il


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lay, March 13, 1964 LEGAL NOTICE Jfe*#jA fhridlan NOTICE UNDER :TITIOUS NAME LAW : is IIKI:I:IIV GIVEN tiuii signed, desiring to engage in inder the fictitious lutmes KAI. lAltl'KTIM;; CEN:..H. is COVERING: CBNARPET SERVICE; PENlRPF.1' CLEANING ul s U ii.i Lincoln Roud Mall, Miami oi Ida, intends i,, resist, i %  ill. Hi. Ctel k ..| |h,. %  in of Datle County, Flor: W.PII TALARICO Sol,* owner -TKIX, KWITNEY ; HISS %  i Applli .nil K lint) In Road, .Miami I:..-,. i, •: 6-13-20-27 ITI-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT '••D FOR OADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62407-A I Mai.ol •-IE DICKLER PETTER eased, CREDITORS ami all Persons Demand., Agaliifl • i j i't I Ivi. I '.. I, • I IVI. I mnv Page 15-C BY HENRY LEONARD •vCTICE TO \ Credltots Inu I'IIIIIIU or U : •• herein pre* in • h )ou notified and reI ny claims ami d... may ii.iv.. nguiuM ITh I Fl. : am. •I i: i :ssn: HII-KI ecensed late of Dade Coun%  i. to the County Judges ol inty, and rile Hi,. W me in and as provided in Section lortda statutes, in theli oftne County Courthouse In llty, Floridu, within six .ninths from the time ..i the uilcatlon her< if, or th. : .ilTod. .it Mi.in,i. Florida, thi, j,,,, Ian li. A.|i. i;..;i DNEY .1 DICKLER As Executor iblluatlon ..f this n,,i„.,. ,„, 5 ,'f M.iuh. |;,,;|. FINK A l-1IRMAN %  for Kv-. iii.., • m Hiiit. :: 6-13-20 _; LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMb LAW XOTICE IS HER EH V GIVEN that Hi. undesigned, desiring to engage 111 business i iHi., fictitious ii .,.• of YADI ,\ ASSOCIATES at ?,y X W 56th Street, Miami. Intend t.. i. fcndnut. SUIT FOR DIVORCE AND OR ANNULMENT T<' Detunond Ellarri i' o Xorman Kllni ,1 MM i'l.i c irchard Montreal, Canada Vou, DESMOND BLLARI • ni. hereby notified that a Mill ..f Complaint for Divorce and/or Annulment his been fili-d against yon. and you are required to serve %  < copy ..f your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of ComALFX ANDKR, on.Lincoln Road Bid*?., Miami Beach, Via. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the i plaint on th. Plaintiffs attorney, sol, 1 office of th.Clerk ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewisti fkridiain solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial 1 It 3-4605 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2138 Rl'l U.I'll M. UARV1N, Plaintiff, va. PANSY UAY OARVIN, I I i.l.li.lanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T"; PANSY OAY GARYIN Went Ray, Qrand Cayman [aland West Indies V.II PANSY OAY OARVIN, are hereby notified thai a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed T the Circuit Court, again,,! v ,„. ;illl „„„ .,,,. ,.,. q „;i..a ,.. on or before the soth day of March, LEGAL NOTICE in ; j.ir t TH! COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT / -9. FOR A L)E COUNTY, r _ORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62310-B %  Mat. oi •RE s. FRIEDWALD .••cased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i reditura ami all p. rsons lahns oi Demands Against ".tie: o herehv notified an I re. present any claims an I denich you may have against te of LENORE s. FRIED%  •ceased late of Dade Counia. to the County Judges ,.i mnty, ami til,th,same in and as provided in Section Ida Statutes, in their ofIn tin. County Courthouse a. I • Ulity, Florida, within six 1' •' ""I'II .ii, ii,.time of the L-livatlon h. r.-of. ,„ ,i„. ..,,,,, i.arred. at Miami. Florida, il, March, A.D. 1964. OROE I I:II:I>\V ALIAS Executor dilieali.ii of this not I %  > oi Murch, i:o. i II. TR.Vl'RIU for "istai. dtiPoni Culldiug, Klol,.l., • -13-SO-S7 \ |.l ... |\!.l I I.. Srd • n IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 608M RE: Bstate of ATTILlii DEMAR COMASCHI, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Againsl Said ISstate: You are hernby notified and required to present any claims and demands which >ou may htt%'e against 111, .stale of ATTIMn DEM.MI COMAsrill, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, in the County' Judges of llade County, and file tile same ill duplicate and as provided in (lection 73o.li;, Florida statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In l hide County, Florida, within six calendar months front the time of the fust publication hereof, or the same will he haired Hated ni Miami, Florida, tins 4th day of March, A.l>. l'.'fil. BAN KURD s. KACXCK As Executor Kir-i publication ..f this notice on th.Sth da) of March, IINH. KAl'NCI-:. MXK .<; I-OR.MAX Attorne; s for Kxecutor liU2 Congress RJdg., Miami. Kin. :: • %  l.1-!n-37 LEGAL NOTICE THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND 1 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2378 ELBA RODR1UCEZ UARCIA, Plaintiff, -vsI.IIS A. GARCIA, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: LI'IS A. GARCIA Catle lj. No. :, Paroela i>, Hansana Ti Rpto. R.ihia Comerciul Guanabaooa, Habana i uoa YOU ARE HEREBY X< •Til'll-Mi that a Complaint for Divorce has he. n tiled .iKainst you and von are required to serve a copy of your An? %  *'£.,"",. tlK Plaintiffs Attorney. RU\AI. PI4AUG JONAS, 220 71st street. Miami Roach, Florida, SS141, anil fll t the crlglnal Answer in th.. Office of the Clerk of the circuit 1 oui t on or before the tith April, unit, if you fall to do allegations of said Complain) taken as confessed by vou DATED this 3ad day of j 1864. If you mil t" do so, Judgment Iby default will be token against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of I I 'olllplailil. This notice shall be published once each w.-.k f..r four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDAN. DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami. Florida, this S*th du) of hVbruary, A.p. mm. 1: B. I.I:ATHI:I:MAX. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) l: L. SNEE1 >EN I >ep .t\ Clei k SOL ALEXANDER Attoi nej for Plaintiff 2 28, :: 8-1S-20 day ..f s... the will be l!lt. B. -E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT D FOR DADE COUNTY, -ORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61963-C :>tate ol 11 LAI'IUFS, %  CREDITORS |il and all I %  inandi'd Pel An.in, ill.I rea.ill d. lKniUr.| ^C %  TICE TO redltoi Lalms 01 hei bj notifl '•-.ut any cLi ii .' %  on miij ii %  • %  • %  SARAH l-\ll|.i;s. dele of Fade Count}. Florida inty Judcea ot Hade Counflie the ...in,,, ii, dupiicau provided in Section 733 Iti •tntutes, in th.-ir office* III : Ccurthouse in n.,.,. lorldu. n hin six caleudni in the time of the rirsi h. roof, ..i the sain,. ,1 ci.-ik j unty. j I Mliml, Florida, thi bnury, A.D. I:O;I. ABE L.VPIDES Adinlnistruti-r • 'I'M ..1 this "I March, last. USEN lor A. III im-, ,1 ;..%  I Kldg 241 I p1 lorid .NOTICE UNDER l f ^TITIOUS NAME LAW IH IIEREUV U1VE.N thai desiring 1 Kuge lh< fictitious Ham. %  R oi-Ekl-tES at Ml l.in*".","" I: '-'" 1 '. "., Intoiid •"I name with the Clerk 1,1 "un of |,.,,i,. eoun• %  % %  %  > % %  MILLER and %  '}. MILLER, his wife 11 nd I tided NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to unguge In business under the fk a titious name of SAMS MARKET at :'.•-':"• Douglas Road, Coral Gables. Fkii'lda, intend to reglstor said nume with th "i the Cln nit '01111 of I'.oi.Florida. MIRI \.\l SCHWARTZ I'Al L RHEINOOLD Partnership tioldman, Goldstein .v Pai /i.-i 2401 Weal Fl igl : Btr< el Miami, Florida Attorne) M 101 Partnership %  : i l-iS, : -13 IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 1811 HENRY THOMAS WAV. Plaint ill. va. ANNIE NORA WAY, 1 lefendnni. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO; ANNIE NORA WAV Residence I'liknown YOl', ANNIE NORA WAV, are heni.} notified that HENRI THOMAS WAY has filed a Complaint for l"i\or... against you, and you arc hereby required to servi .1 cop) .f your Answer on the Plaintiff's alt >. ROBERT II. TRAl'RIU, I13S dllPont Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer In the Office "i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Hth da) of March, 1:0.1. otherwise, lie allegations in said Complaint will be taken as confessed b) yoU, .Old .1 I'ccr.-e PrO Confess,. \\ ill he iic red attains! sou t I'.n.-.l foi In March, B. LEATHERMAN, Clark B) c. p, COPELAND, I>'Piny Clerk %  t I-13-20-2T tile r.li.i plaint. DA I'ED !'•%  I. I! l: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 2294 ACDREY V KIRK PATRICK. Plaintiff, -vaDAVID F. KIRKPATR1CK, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I TO: l'A\H> K. KIRKPATRICK llUda, Mil s Vou. I'avid I-. Kirkpati ick. nre hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce has been filed againsl you, and you are required in serve a '-op} of your Answer ,.r I Pleading to the itiii ,,1 Complain) on %  the Plaintiff's attorney. AINSLKE It. Ferdie. Suite 302-164 2313 B.W, I LoJeune Rood, Coral Gables, Florida 33134 and til.the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be for, the i.th day of April. 1964. If you fall i" do so, Judgment b) default will he taken Ugalnsl } oil |,,| Ihc relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each vw-.-k foi four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl.uKJDIAX DONE AND ORDERED at Minn!. Florida, this 28th day of Februar) A.D. 1964. 1:. U. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Fad,Count), Florida i 'irctiit Courl Heal) By: L. s DeJ'IETRu Deputy Clerk AINSLEE It. l i:i:iui: Suite 202-2(14 NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2161 RAYMON niTLlSLE, Plaintiff. va, ANGELINA RELISLK, Defend.int. Vi>F. AXc.l'.i.INA RELISLE, ISS 8AYI.ES STREET, WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISI.AXH. are notified to file your Answer to this Complaint for Divorce with the Court's Clerk, and mail a cop}to plaintiff's attorneys, CHRISTIE AND LEVENSTEIN, lill Coral Way. Miami 13, Florida, on or j before the "1st day of March. 19*1, else the Complain! will be taken as confessed by you. DATED, February ?n. l!',;F. I! LEATHERM VN, Clerk, 1 'ii. 111 1 'oui t. I Md. 1 ',,11111 v, l-1 la (seal) By: K. M I.V.MAX I '.out} Clerk 28, :: 8-13-20 serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to th. I:;II of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, MILTON A I HUEDMAX, 1111 Ainsle) Building, 1 Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the cl.ik ..f the Circuit Court on or before the 2?th da} of March. 19*4 11 you fall to do so. Judgment by d< fault win be taken against you f"i the relief demanded in the BUI %  •' %  < phi il.l. ; Thinotice shall be published nine I each we.u for f.-ur consecutlv, weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. IMlNK AND ORFERKII ul MJiinii, j Florida, 11,iL'.ih d.i} of February, A.D, 1961. I i: R LEATHERMAN, Clerk, I circuit Court, Fad.County, Florida I (seal) By: Marguerite Morford Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Mill Ainsle)' Building • Miami H. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff : %  28, n e-13-20 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2152 MARGARET K. VALISKA, Plaintiff, vs. GEl >R< IK VAL1 -K A, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: GEORGE VALISKA e i. l-'. Perevsenyl 3560 71th Street. Apartment 801 Jackson Heights, New York You 1:1:111:1:1: VALISKA are hereby notified that a Hill of Complain) : for Divorce has been riled againsl yon and you are required to nerve a cop) 1 of your Auswi r or Pleading t" the Hill ,,r Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN & PACZIER, :i"i w,st Flngler Street. Miami, Florida and file the original NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 18b1 ANITA .In COLEMAN. Plaintiff, *' %  ^_i .MAX L. COLEMAN 1 >ef, udant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl ': MAX L. COUCMAN 1371 Lee's Chapel ISoad Greensboro, North Carolina Vou MAX L. COLEMAN are hereby notified that u BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, ami you are required to serve [a cop) 1.1 ...in Answer ..r pleadfiui to the Hill of Complaint on the pluintirr's Attorney, GOLDMAN, GOLI 1 STEIN .V PACZIER, 2401 U.st Fhutler Str.-et, Miami. Florida, and file the original Auswee or Pleading In the office oi the Clerk "i th,. fell %  cull Court on 01 before the L'::rd dav of March, 1961, If you tail to do so. Judgment by defaull will l„ taken against you for the relief d< lu.inde.i in ih, Kill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week lor f..iu consecutive Weeks in Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.. DONE AXF ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this IMII dm ,.r Februun A.D. 1964, 1: II. LEATHERMAN, Clerg, Circuit Conn. In.de Cunt}, Florida. I' Iroull Courl Seal) 1!} : I', c, il'IM.AXI". I'. out) Clei k OOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN A PACZIER %  %  '..>>.. ,,., ,<,.,e "i 1^ 111.11 .,,. ., ... ., Answer "i Pleading in thoffice of T_ H S? 1 K! ? r s reet •Ii. ci.rk ..r the Circuit Court „„ or I 'jSS'S* **?: J •!,', %  before the :i-i day of March. 1984. If A """">* for Piaintilt Vou fail to do so. illdulllelll l.v lie' -' thiist 11 .i:,v nl Fi In nary, Ml I'M .-Mill.2UZ-SIH -aid Com-I 2313 S.W L. .1,1111,• Road Coal Gables, Florida 33131 I IsL'.;|N LEATHERM \N. Clerk By: MAR* II ERITE M< HIFt lUD 2 :\-:*. .; 6-13 6-13-20-27 11. fail to do so. jiiiimn, in by defaull will lie taken againsl vou for the relief demanded ill the Bill of Coinplaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, tills L'.Mh da} of l-Vl.riial v. A.D. 1964, B. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Cln till Con, 1. I lade r.iiintv I01 id 1 (seal) B> : K. M. I.V.MAX Depul) Clei I. Goldman, fioldsteln *Ll'.o/i,i :'l"l Vi'esl Fkigler Street Miami, Klorldu 2 2I-2S, 6-13 IX T. %  \\ I > % %  %  ,.,,V RLANDEII : !1 .It'.VXFKR. his wife "divided 851 1 %  %  s '• I.ERNER 1 ndivlded I.e. 1 H 'MAX .v KAPLAN '"' Appiivunta :: 8-1320(7 T1*T,T,' CE UNDER T| TI0US NAME LAW *-HKHJ IIIVBM that "Iring to engage ,. %  %  i '" fictitious name '''•"I v\ L %  ."',' Xl ." w '" ^•lorlda. „„s ,„,„ l\ )' I'ACETTI %  in 3,8-13-2 IIIII r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No, 64C 1812 ALTAMKASi: ROLLE WRIGHT, Plaintiff, vi, JEROME WRIOHT, Defendant, NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: JEROME u RJGHT Resideni < %  I'lil.nuw n YOl', JEROME WRIGHT, are hereb) notified tint AI.TAMKASK ROLLE WRIGHT, has filed a Complaint for Divorce aguinst you, and you are required to serve a cop} ot yeur Answer on the Plaintiff's attorney, ROHKKT II, TRACRItl, diil'ont Building, M ami, Hoi Ida, and file ih.orialnal Answt.r In the Office of the '' • rk of the circuit Court '•n 01 before He 28th da) "I Man h, IH 1. othei u Ise, the nllegatlons In said Complain: \.i!! he taken at feaie d b) in mil a lieci • %  • %  Pro Coni.-so will 1 .. %  entered ,. ;i n-i > •", for th.relief p ii), .1 for 111 said 1 'omplaint I >ATF:D tiniM'i da) Of Fi Ii !•".1 E. R. LE IA' 1 B) M v I;.: i BRITE MORFi IRD ,N J H E orr 0u ^J v „ JUDCE s COURT I Attorneys for Plaint If I IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE 2 28, 3 6-13-20 No. 62049 -B lu RE: Estate ol AIOISTA I.I BA8CI, I'cceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit..,., and all Persons Having claim., or Demands Againsl Said K-t.il. Vou are hereb) notified and required to pr.-.-ut .in.v claim,.i„. demands winch you may havi tiu ,n 1 the estate of AI'iil'STA LI HAKCI .1. used bile 01 Dade Couni 1, Fl 11 %  Ida. to the County Judges ol Hade County, and file Ihe name, in duplicate A\f\ us provided in Section ":: 16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In th.Coi,niv Courthouse in Had,, counI];; ty, l-'loi i.la. wiiliin si\ ealeiioar months iron, the lime of the luiblicntbin herei f, or the Mine lie barred. Hated .11 Miami, Florida, llils da) ol February, A.D. 1961 LOI IS LI BAHCI \Ailnilnlstrntui Flrsl pubiicul 1 •!, "t this imt ie on ih. 6th da) 01 March. 1964. SHEVIN, OfHlDMAN .v Hol.TZ) V.N It) >. Ivan x. 1 loltxnian AttOI III • I"l Vdil %  "I later III! S, mid I Fl i.i flrsl will 26th IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61958 A IX RK: Estate of ISADORE SPIEGEL I 1, cased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'I'.. All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald I:-I.. 1, Vou are hereby notified and required to pies.nt am claims and demands which you nui) have againsl the estate ul ISADORE S!'|I:,;I:L deceased lal 1 lade 1 'ounty, Florida, t< Count} Judges "I Hade Count}. file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the Count} Courthouse in Had,. County, Florida, within si^ calendar the from the inn, iii in. flral publii ntloii ha reof, or Hi. same will l„. |,a, N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62269-C Clark RE: Estl f Li il'IS E, PERKINS, Do-eased. NOTICE TO CREOITORS All Creditorsami All Persons Having claim01 Demands Against Bald 1 Estate: Vou are hereby notified ami required to pies,-it ( ii\ claims .md demands which you mil) huv,. againsl the .slat.of Lolls E, PERKINS .:cased late of Hade County. Florida, j to th.Count) Judges of pad,County, and file the name in duplicate and us provided In Seel Inn 733.18, Florida I statutes. IK their offices In the County Courthouse in Had,County, Flori.i.i. within -iv calendar months from I the time of Hi,first publication hereI of. or the same will be burred, Dnted .it Miami, hlorlda, this !lst ilav oi February, A.D. 1961 IIESSIE PERKINS MARVIN PERK INS BARNETT ROBINSON, JR. As Executors Flrsl publication of this not I, the 2Stb da.v of February, 1961. HARRIS ,v R( 1BINS1 N s to! I '.. \. o, v 11'tli Floor Fad.Fedi 1.1I Rldg. Miami, Florida 33131 11 the* v ml NOTICE IN^trt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tti.it th. undersigned, desiring ... iu.,_. iin business under the fictitious name 1. tins !5th ol P.FACIIC ..MI-.I:I: BAR at 98 Sth Sue. 1 Miami |:,a, Ii I lite mil to r. %  late* said nan',with the Clerk .•( the Circuit Court ,.f Dade Count., I-1..1 "ii Ida 1 I OLA FAY P1FKRBL STEPHEN F. K ISSI 1: Attorne) for Applicant Lev s.w Isl St. • lav of Fi In ua y. A.D 1961 LILLIAN SPIEGEL \Aduiiliisli.m |\ Flrsl publication of this noflci tin .''Hi d i,| Fehruiiiy, p.1:1 ROBERT It TRAl'RIG Inlstrairlx 11.:'. dul'oii: ]:, i_ .Miami 28, a 6-13-20 8 21-26, 3, ti-13



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1. i n i i ii n r H .\ l H A II x 73 Page 16-C kn 1st fkrkKan Friday. March 13 196 J New Wave of Panic Raised Among Syrian Jews PARIS — (JTA) — A new wave of panic was touched off in Syria among Jews there by an attack %  gainst two Jewish youths in which one was killed, the other serious ly wounded, it was reported hire this week by travelers returning trom Damascus. The funeral of the victim. Joseph C'hasbani, 17. brought one of the largest Jewish assemblies Damascus has seen in many years, as several hundred Jews accompanied the coffin to the local cemetery and laid wreaths on the lomb. The police made no effort to interfere with the funeral procession, which crossed the city's Jewish quarter. The assailant, a Moslem, was believed to have a certain immunity from police attention. Despite the fact that he is notorious for hii anti-Jewish sentiments and for repeated threats and attacks on Jews in Damascus, no police action has been taken against him. According to the travelers, the Moslem hooligan attacked Joseph and Iitzhak C'hasbani on Feb. 19, as they were entering the Jewish quarter on their way back from school. The Moslem rushed at Joseph and stabbed him in the heart. When the 19-year-old Ilzhak tried to come to his biother's defense, he was stabbed three times. As the assailant was dragged from the scene by passersby, he shouted to the crowd: •Aren't you happy that 1 have killed a Jewish dog?" There was no information on whether he was arrested for the knife attacks. The impact of the brutal at tack is felt in the Damascus Jewish community which suffers from severe anti-Jewish persecutions and serious economic hardships. Jews in Syria are not permitted to ,90 from one quarter to another without special police permission, a restriction which makes it impossible for them to work and support their families. month and have joined the mass no exit permits have b il jobless and practically starving ed to Syrian Jews who are iw> Althongh the entire com kept captive behind TduSeTlaS mmntv wtnrtd iike to U^ve Syr,, tier. scaled In. s\r;.>n banks were Harold Rubin, of All Miami Press, has accepted the chairmanship of the printing industry for '.he 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, it is announced by Burton B. Goldstein, chairman of the Services Division of which the printing industry is an integral part. I ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR row Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ind ffO'n ycu' ii' s:-o lor ithiroil SIZE (Slick TubtltM) TRADE-IN PR1C" 6 00/5.90/5 60*13 7.00/6 50n 13 I" 7 50* 14/6.70* 10 IB c "> 8.00 x 14/7.10 x 15 ?' %  8.50* 14/7.60* IS 23.45


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 13, 1964

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

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

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University of Florida
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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March 13, 1964

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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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T eJfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 37 Number 11
Miami, Florida. Friday, March 13, 1964
Three Sections Price 20z
Golda Meir Says Peace Nearer: Arabs Delay Attack Plans
LONDON (JTA) Mrs. Golda Mcir. Israel's
n Minister, expressed the belief this week
peace in the Middle East might be regarded
,, becoming more of a reality because the Arab
rulers had placed themselves in a strategic bind.
She told a press conference thit the announced
Aral) intention was not to attack until they were
ol victory. While they awaited that occasion,
was steadily growing stronger, making the
ted attack "a less and less attractive proposi-
tion she said.
In the wide-ranging interview, she also said
that the projected tap of the Jordan River would
go into effect some time this year and called the
Arab threat of force to prevent it the first time
in international relations that any countries had
threatened to cut off another country's water re-
sources. She had previously asserted on a na-
tionwide television that if the Arabs tried it, Is-
rael would defend itself "whenever attacked and
for whatever reason." She said at the press con-
ference that Israel hoped the Arabs would give
serious second thoughts to their plans for jsing
force.
Soviet Union Publishes Anti Semitic Book;
AJCommittee's Abram Shows Nazi Caricatures
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NEW YORK (JTA) A pub
lication bearing the official im-
primatur of the Ukrainian Soviet
Socialist Republic, which attacks
Jews and the Jewish religion by-
using Nazi-like caricatures and an
extensive glossary of crude anti-
Semitic diatribes, was shown at
a press conference here this week
by Morris B. Abram. president of
the American Jewish Committee.
Abram is also the United States
representative at the United Na-
tions Subcommission on the Pre-
vention of Discrimination and Pro-
tection (it Minorities.
The 190-page paper-back book,
entitled "Judaism Without Em-
bellishment," was reported by
Mr. Abram to have been publish-
ed in 12,000 copies. He said
' B. Abram, president ol American Jewish Committee
member of Uni'ed Nations Subcommission on Preven-
: Discrimination and Protection oi Minorities, displays
rainian language book at the Committee's Institute of
iHuman Relations in New York. Abram says the book, en-
Judaism Withou' Embellishment." attacks Jews by
DAYAN SINGLED OUT AS HEW
Israel's Generals in Big Blow
With Ben Gurion on '48 War
She reiterated Israel's determination to main-
t.i.n a qualitative, if not quantitative, lead in arms
nod Israel's stand in favor of aboltiion oi all forms
ol arms throughout the region. She said that the
friendship between France and Israel remained as
-oo.' as ever despite French moves toward good
lelations with the Arabs and that the Soviets re-
mained as hostile as ever.
Generally, she said, she had found cordiality
and understanding at all levels in Britain lor Is-
rael. In her television ap-
pearance she was asked
whether an effort to enlist
British Government support
for the Negcv irrigation pro-
ject was one of the goals of
her Visit. She replied she
thought the British did not
need any persuasion.
At hoih occasions, she
stressed that Israel's Jordan
River tap was within the al-
location originally proposed
by the late Eric Johnston as
an emissary of President
Eisenhower ten years ago,
on the basis of which Jor-
dan has already drawn wat-
er for its own irrigation
needs.
She also spoke at a meet
ing of ::\< Anglo-Israel Par-
liamenta.y Group in the
House ol Commons where
she commented on the fact
that visitors to Israel often
are surprised at the optim-
ism of Israelis. Slit said
that Israel was aware of its
problems and was confident
it would find ways to solve
them.
During her visit, she con-
ferred at length with For-
eig i Secretary R. A. Butler
and met also with Prime
Minister Sir Alec Dl U 1.1-
Home.
two copies were available in the
Western world. The publication
bears the imprint of the Acad-
emy of Sciences of the Ukrain-
ian Soviet Socialist Republic.
The author of the book is M. K.
Kychko. It carries the imprint
"Kiev, 1963." Mr. Abram charg-
ed that the book is a "hodge-
podge of misinformation, distor-
tion, malicious gossip and in-
sulting references to Jews and
Judaism." He said the book
"venomously attacks Jewish hol-
idays and the ethics of Juda-
ism as well as age-old Jewish
traditions and practices."
One cartoon in the book shown
by Mr. Abram. displays a hook-
Continued on Page 2-A
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|j '.' :zi-!ike caricatures and anti-Semitic diatribes.
DOtWKT MIHTION PIW BY NAMl
Spellman Attacks 'Deputy';
Says Jews Mourned Pius
Mirk i JTA Francis
Spellman called "The Dep-
slanderous and outrag-
> ration" of the late Pope
*i';- Ml .ind expressed the hope
k that the play would not
alluv < 1 "to drive a wedge" be-
''ii Catholics and Jews in this,
tuntrj The first American per-
irmance opened on Broadway last
ek.
I The Cardinal did not mention
f< plaj -which accuses the late
fontiff (,f failing to speak out pub-
*'.v gainst the Nazi wartime
politer of European Jewryby
jme in a prepared statement. He
piKedid he had not seen nor read
f" Play "but like most people, I
K'1 I know its tackso much has
Pt-n written and said about it."
He said rhat when Pope Pius
Sld in the fall of 1SS, he was
mourned by people of all faiths
"especially in the Jewish people
to whom he had been a loyal
friend in the tragic hours of Naii
persecution." He declared that
the play "in effect holds Pope
Pius XII guilty of Nazi crimes.
Only six years after his death
our Holy Father is being tried
and condemned on the stage."
I pray that the people of New
York will not allow it to drive a
wedge between Christians and
Jews, with whom we have suffered
together, for whom we have the
greatest respect and the friendli-
est feelings and for whom also we
have deep and hearfelt sympathy
in the terrible and tragic sorrow
which they have known," the Car-
dinal stated.
Herman Shumlin producer of the
drama here, said after the Cardi-
nal's words had been read to him
Continued on Page 7-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two Is-
laeli generais wno Had played
prominent roles in Israel's War
of Liberation retorted sharply
Monday to .1 statement by former
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion. who had implied that a third
general would have been much
more successful in the field against
the Arab forces in 1948-49.
Mr. Ben Gurion sparked the dis-
pute in an interview in Haboker.
a morning newspaper here, in
which he -tated that, had Moshc
Dayan been Israel's chief of staff
during the 1348-49 defensive war
against the Arabs. Israel's borders
would have been "different" an!
its military achievements 'great-
er." (During that war, Mr. Dayan
was in charge of a commando unit
that had scored great successes.
He became chief of staff of Is-
rael's armed forces in 1953. and
was the general 111 charge when
Israel defeated the Egyptians in
the Sinai campaign in 1956-57. He-
is now Minister of Agriculture.)
By making that statement, Mr.
Ben-Gurion was seen as having
downgraded the military achieve-
ments of three former generals
Gen. Yaacov Dori, now pres-
ident of Technion, who was
chief of staff in 1948; Gen. Yig-
ael Yadin, chief of operations
under Dori, later chief of staff,
rcw a prominent archeologist;
and Maj. Gen. Yigal Allon, who
commanded several important
fronts in 1948, r.ow Israel's Min-
ister of Labor. Gen. Dori has
declined thus far to be drawn
into the controversy. But Yadin
and Allon have replied tartly.
Gen. Yadin countercharged
with an assertion that Mr. Ben-
Continued on Page 6-A
GIN. YIGAtl YADIN
Claims Conference Lists Allocations
BRUSSELS (JTA) Alloca-
tions totaling $10,640,800, to be
given in 1964 to Jewish communi-
ties and institutions around the
world, serving about 250.000 Jew-
ish victims of Nazism in 32 coun-
tries, were made here at the con-
cluding session of a two-day par-
ley held by the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany.
By major categories, the 1964
funds wili include $7,550,000 to the
Joint Distribution Committee for
relief and resettlement activities
in Europe and Australia; S2.449-
447 for cultural and educational
reconstruction; and $300,000 for
the Israel Purchasing Mission in
West Germany plus Conference ad-
ministrative expenses.
The Conference, organixed by
major Jewish organizations ir
the Western world to represent
victims of Nazism outside Israel,
participated in the 19S2 negotia-
Continued on Page 13-A


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Friday, March
NOTED PHILANTHROPIST
David Phillips,
Miami Leader,
Dead at Age 76
Other Obituaries Page 15-B
c and religious leader <'i
Miami Beach. David Phillip-. Ol
590 Alton Rcl died Mar. 8 al the
t 76.
Phillips came here 27 'yean
when he retired from the roofing
Mipply business in Chicaii". Min-
neapolis and Los Angeles.
A member of Temple Israel, Phil-
lips was a founder, trustee and sec-
retary of the Board ol Trustees oi
Mt. Sinai Hospital, lie served on
the Board of Governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and as vice president of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged.
He belonged to the Masons
and Shriners, had been named a
fellow of Brandeis University,
and was one of the founders of
Westview Country Club.
Surviving are his wife, Byrtha
Mae; two sons. Julian, of Chicago
and Herbert, of Detroit: a daugh-
ter. Mrs. Mona Berz. of Chicago;
two brothers. Al. of Minneapolis,
and Irwill, of Los Angeles; two
sisters, Mrs. Sarah L'nschuld and
Airs. Anne Priestman, both of Min-
neapolis; and five grandsons.
Services were held Mar. 10 at
Temple Israel, with Riverside Fu-
neral Home in charge of arrange-
ments Interment was at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
Soviet Prints Anti-Semitic Book
DAVIO PHILLIPS
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'Back to School'
At Temple Menorah
Newly-organized Parents of
Menorah will sponsor its first
Back to School Night" on Thurs-
day. Mar. 19. at 8:15 p.m.
Louis Schwartzman. director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
will explore the subject "A Parent
i? the Teacher."'
Faculty members will meet with
parents to discuss class material
and individual subjects taught.
Following Schwartiman's talk,
Heril Honor, school principal,
will moderate a question and an-
swer period.
Stafl members of Temple Men-
orah Religious School are Norms
Robinowitz. Miriam Kachioff.
Benjamin Altshuler. Emanuel Fc-
der. Rita Honor. Shirley Lipsitz.
Abraham Moskovitz, Laraine
Friedman Lom.- Ku.~en>. Rebecca
Stem Lin Hall and Barbara Se
gal.
l.' lers i the sp insoring group
are Mesdames Harry Friedman.
Edward Greenberg, Marshall Krat-
zer. BernarJ Potasch. Milton Rob
l>n>. Julio Schniadoski. Saul
Strachman. Howard Weinstock.
Norman Willinger. Isidore Wollo-
wick and Jack Zuckerman.
Mrs. Stanley Wallman is chair
ing the evening.
Continued from Page 1-A
character wearing phylac-
teries and dipping into a plateful
of money, and is captioned All
Sorts ol Swindlers and Cheats
Find Refuge in the Synagogue
Another caricature shows three
men fighting under a Star of Dav-
id and i- captioned "The Swindlers
in Religious Articles sometimes
Wage Battles Among Themselves
Over the Division ol the Spoils.
A third illustration shows <
hook-nosed man licking a boot em-
bellished with the swastika and
i-, captioned -During the Years
of Hitlerite Occupation, the Zion-
ist Leader- Served the Fascists.
The book declares that the
Talmud denigrates work, advo-
cates business, morally degrades
a man. It adds that the Tal-
mud also scorns labor and the
laborer, and divides people into
masters and servants. A fore-
word to the book, written by a
Professor A. Vedensky, states
that the reader "will learn a
great deal of the subtleties of in-
sidious Jewish morals."
Abram, who said he will pass
on the book to the State Depart
ment, declared he would also take
up the matter uith Boris Ivi
the
com
Sonet member ol the UN Sub- book was obtained froj 3 .
mission. He noted that the eler.
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Israel UN Official to be Guest Speaker
At Histadrut Award Dinner Mar. 29
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Industralists Will
.Hear About JYS
Greene, Miami attorney
an <>i the Employer's
Advisor; lommittee of the Board
ol Directors of Jewish Vocational
Service, announced a luncheon
meeting f Miami industrialist- lor
Mar. 2fc
Co-hostS "ill be Martin Lodge.
president erf Daryl Products Corp .
and Ronald Pallol. vice president
ol Norton Tire Co.
The meeting is a new concept
ol employer enlightenment about
Jewish 'vocational Service. After
the luncheon, scheduled for the
Standard Club ol the Dupont Plaza,
a small group of industrialists will
he made acquainted with the ben-
elits the Jewish Vocational Sev-
ice car. render for them with the
aid of visual demonstrations and
short discussions.
Members of the Kmploycrs Ad-
M.sory Committee of the Board of
Director- are Kichard Blickman,
Andrew teller. Charles Hertzoff.
iandfoni Levkofl. Norton Pallot,
Saul Schuman and Sam Stark.
Free Passover Haggadahs
A limiti I number of Haggadahs
[or Pass r. courtesy ol Maxwell
House off* es, are now available
;,: the ffices ol The Jewish Flor
idia'n. Haggadahs, available to sub-
scribers, may be picked up daily
. i lL'o N li St.
Col. Jacob Monbaz will be pnn
cipal speaker at a Third Seder eel
ebration honoring Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers as Histadrut Woman of
the Year.
The function, sponsored by the
Business and Professional Council
lor Kupat Ilolim, will be held Sun-
day night. Mar. 29, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Jacob Rifkin, recently honored
at a champagne supper by Kupat
Holim here, when he received
the Man of the Year Award, will
be honorary chairman of the
function.
Sam Feinstein, president of the
Israel Histadrut Committee ol
Greater Miami, said that the guest
speaker was born in Minsk. Rus-
sia, in 1914. In 192H. his parents left
Russia and moved lo Koenigsberg,
East Prussia, Germany, where he
received in- high school education
and was an active member of sev-
eral Zionist youth organizations,
such as Blau-Weiss, Kadima and
Hechalutz, He immigrated to Pal
cstine in 1932
In I'ale-tine. he attended the ag
ricultural school of "Mikve Israel"
and later on worked in the Pales
Color Slides
To be Shown
At the Library
Irving Pollack, organizer of the
first amateur motion picture cam-
era club in America, will show
color slides on Mexico at the Al-
lapattah Branch of the Miami Pub-
lic Library, 1799 NW 35th St., on
Friday evening. Mar. 20. at 7:30
i p.m.
The slides nave been edited and
-elected by Pollack as the best of
over SIM) color slides w hich he took
on a trip through Mexico in 1962.
His taped narration and Mexican
music played by the famous Ma-
rimba Hand of the State of Chia-
pas accompany the slides.
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nah shortly after his arrival in
Palestine. During World War II,
he served with a Palestine Artil-
lery unit and the British 8th
Army in the Middle East. His
unit was incorporated into the
Jewish Brigade and saw action
on the Italian front. At the end
of the, war, he was sent to Ger-
many where he became engaged
in work concerning refugees.
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1941!. he joined the permanent
Cadre of the Haganah and was
commissioned in 1943 to form the
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Army. Since then, he has been
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Oi Israel and holds the rank of
Sgan-AluL (Lieutenant Colonel).
During the Sinai campaign, he was
! the Quartermaster of the Southern
Command. Since 1957, he served as
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Foreign Office. He was recently
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cbaitcr member, and member of
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Volume 37 iaftJ Number
Friday. March 13. 1964
29 Adar 5724
Morris Abram
Shows the Proof
Par'icularly since the pre-
ramable thaw in East-West rela-
t.ons that began with the nuclear
testing treaty, there seems to be
an increasing tendency among
Western intellectuals to down-
grade Jewish charges of anti-
Semi'ism in the Soviet Union.
The saddest thing of all in
t: .s development is the existence
c: Jews themselves, in the soft-
headed group. The Soviet, the
explanation goes, is not anti-
S mitic. The Soviet is merely
c ainst religion.
Continues the explanation:
C n Moscow hilp it if the Jaws
are pcr'icularly recalcitrant about
giving up their cultural, if net re-
.icious, ties?
All of this is supposed to ex-
plain why the Jews are the only
nationals in the USSR so desig-
nated on their official papers,
why they find it difiicult to get
religious books and other Jewish
spiritual instruments, why they
are prominent among "economic
criminals." why little by little
they are being removed from positions of
significance in Soviet political life.
Now comes Morris Abram to give a re-
sounding solid lie to the whole soft-headed
hoax. Mr. Abram is president of the American
Jewish Committee. Bu' his distinction as an
American, as a Jew and a leader in our na-
tion's civic and humanitarian affairs goes far
beyond this. He is. among other things, the
United States representative to the United Na-
tions Subcommission on the Prevention of Dis-
crimination and Protection of Minorities.
It was largely through his recent efforts
at the UN that, the Soviet delegation had to
submit to world opinion in the matter of treat-
ing discrimination on a religious as well as
ethnic basisa tremendous victory for the
forces of liberal humanity and a defeat the
Soviet sustained with bad feeling.
HITLER HAD THE ANSWER
This week, Mr. Abram unveiled for pub-
lic perusal an official Soviet work published
in Kiev in 1963 entitled "Judaism Without Em-
bellishment." The 190-page book attacks Jews
and Juadism with Nazi-like caricatures and
crude anti-Semitic diatribes.
The technigue is Hitler era to the core.
The Soviets are particularly proud of their pos-
ture during World War II. The way they tell
it, the Russians and the Russians alone brought
the Nazi Third Reich to heel.
"Judaism Without Embellishment" tells a
different s'ory. Western intellectuals may once
again react to the book and its significance
with a kind of bored bravado, suggesting that
it merely reflects the Soviet attack against a
particularly stubborn religiona religion that
refuses 'o be whipped.
But Hitler also said he had nothing against
the Jews. Hitler also said he was only against
Judaism.
symbolic way to regard them as a mean am! despicable exampl<
men who must suffer eternally lor their sins. Now, all oi ,
little reason to believe that his eye has left
the post. He may be gone from the Govern-
ment "kirya" in body, but not in spirit.
Too many of us know the compromises
Israel's fledgling army made during the War
of Independence, that greater victories were
repeatedly and deliberately reduced to lesser
victories out of fear.
For Mr. Ben-Gurion now to blame the gen-
erals is for Mr. Ben-Gurion simply to remind
Israel that his permanent address has not be-
come Sde Boker. the Negev.
In the Headlines
Former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion won't
give up. Now, he has attacked the field gen-
erals who conducted the 1948 war. It would
be a mistake to consider that he is simply
brooding over past errors or that, worse, he
is merely being a curmudgeon.
Mr. Ben-Gurion is effectively keeping him-
self in the headlines. When he resigned from
office, he never intended resigning from the
notice of the nation.
All being well with his health, there is
A Two-Way Street
The brave statements made by Dr. Eman-
uel Neumann, chairman of the American sec-
tion of the Jewish Agency, on the eve of the
annual session of the World Zonist Actions
Committee opening Friday involve sentiments
related to a long history of Zionist determina-
tion to strenqthen the movement's ties with
modern Israel.
Dr. Neumann guo'es Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol extensively on the need to do precisely
this.
Sadly, one of the most outspoken critics
of the Zionist movemen', former Prime Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion, repeatedly said the same
thing: that Israel must show a greater intei-
es* in Jews outside of Israel.
We wholeheartedly agree with Dr. Neu-
mann. We can, hopefully, anticipate that
Prime Minister Eshkol will be less of a per-
sonal impediment to the achievement of his
own stated principles than was Mr. Ben-Gurion,
himself.
Mr. Eshkol has a reputation in Israel and
throughout the world for being less fiery, more
amenable to 'eamwork suggestion. Perhaps
the time is finally rolling around when of-
ficials of the Israel Government will be doing
more than pay lip-service to the Zionist move-
ment's pastwhen they will look to the future
of Zionism as an unflagging essential in the
survival of their nation.
This is precisely what Zionism needs for
the restoration of its modern confidence. And
lest Israelis believe that it is a favor they can
hardly care less about conferring, it would be
well for them to remember that this is not a
two-way street. It remains eminently clear
that a flourishing Jewish diaspora is as im-
por'ant to the future of Israel as Israel's per-
sonal contributions toward the achievement of
this end.
Friday, March 13, 1964
CRANCIS CARDINAL Spell
man and I feel precisely
the same way about it. I
think the Cardinal would be
sorry if he know, but thi-
can't really aUar the fttta
tion. The Cardinal coTtlVsst.
. ? ^ w Via*!*? has riot yet read oi
L ICA UlkinilN SOen "Tht' Dt'Pu,>'" and he
by LEO MINULIW nevertheless is willing to of
fer some sage advice on the
controversial play. In his
view he understands the "tack" of the drama and therefore feels
Qualified to express an opinion We are two men of the same
mind, the Cardinal and I Why not join him-and the rest of the
throng?
The Rolt Hochhuth piece has certainly raited some partisan
reactions. The strangest thing of all is the kind of partisans they
have brought together into the same camp. When have Jews and
Catholics last been so determined in their mutual brotherly love
to wipe an intellectual utterance oft the face of the earth? Fot
the first time In history, both profess to feel challenged and even
threatened by a common enemy.
This is especially emphasized by a man like Francis Cardinal
Spellman. himself, who has never to my perhaps limited knowledge
had a thing to say publicly about the .lews, other than possibly r
a sy
sudden, he seems determined to point to me among the rest of us
as a human being who mourned the passing oi Tins XII because
ol all the splendid things Pius did in my behalf during the Hitlet
era
.j. : :
THI CATHOLIC POSITION /$ CHAR
I MUST HERS nk to -.!-. that I do not. in fact recall
m, |, i s thi Pius XII passed awa> Let i i
i el> recall they were not as pro!"
imsolable as at the moment when I learn
;|U. loltn I itZ erald Kennedy All ol which Is
aj ol sayint thai Cat Spellman errs when he speaks foi
hut this is sadl; e li mil >kc ol his colleague-
i presumed to speak loi
i I can certain!}
,;..,,: \h Hochhuth does little I
ro ihe im. i ol the late Pontil \- a consequence, the pi;
reflects in a | s inhumanitanan way upon the Church; an
the poorl) oriented among u.> mighi therefore leave a perform
or a reading ol "The Dei vilh the impression that the Vaticai
lias at tunes in the past shown less than brotherly feelings towai
the Jews
Furthermore when Cardinal Spellman now points to us pub
licly as example- oi men who grieved the loss oi Pius Xll becausi
oi his unflagging resistance against the Nazi scourge, he is hims
taking the right tack. For tacksmanship in this whole cootrovers)
is the very nub ol who will eonie away looking best.
A CKHIQUl Of POOR MASON
BUT I KEEP wondering about Bill) Hose who last year pulled out
* oi his decision to co-produce "The Deputy" with Herman shun
lin, leaving Mr. Shumlin with the difficult professional and intellec
tual responsibilit) to bring the Hochhuth play to New York and
stage n all by himself. What did hi' foresee that he tried to avoid
And what do the Jews generally foresee, now that they have cor-
roborated Mr Rose's prophetic vision''
It the) are to be honest at all in their objectii n to the play, the)
can onl) argue that the author tends to shift the responsibility loi
the Nazi holocaust from the Germans who tolerated and genera'
it to the Vatican which in their view at worst, failed to speak out
against it Even ii the charge against the Pontiff is substantiate.!
it does unquestionably dilute the original German sin.
But I do not believe that this was Mr. Hochhuth's intention
li it is a weakness ol "The Deputy." it was hardly meant to be .
whitewash; and I can sa) so with the same intellectual honesty tha<
Francis Cardinal Spellman mustered in his attack upon the play">
alleged dish rtion ol (act
What it comes down to is that Ihe Jews, goaded on by higlni
politically-oriented Jewish powers are here performing in theii
classic role ol hairsplitting Talmudist, even if it means beating
then- own souls and betraying their own history They have been
shown a flaw in the logic ol the Hochhuth piece by other Jews with
far different motivation than a critique of pom reason, and an
willing to plaj the court jester not onl) in .id effort to debunk it,
but also to repress I
PARTNIRS IN THf HUMAN fRATfflNITY
LJISTORY SUGGESTS sufficient evidence to accept the thesis thai
'nix XII may have chosen silence as a political expedient in
the face ol the Hitlerian challenge. For Cardinal Spellman or an)
one else to "explain" the Vatican choice on the basis of the "great
or threat, the impending Communist onslaught from the East, is
so much patent bilge. For this uas precisely the excuse Adolt BRlei
nimseli. used in his rape ol Europe and decimation of six million
Jews: that the Bolsheviks as the common enemy, needed Imme-
diate annihilation.
To get down to the bare bones of it all: the Jews are simpl)
worried about offending their Catholic brethren now that things are
Declining to ko well." This may ultimately be a valid position
ut I have yet to find ample demonstration that things are in fact
M>ing so well. I shall, for my part, wait to see how the next Ecu-
menical session turns out. particularly with respect to Paragraphs
* ntici i
RrnthT''VU'k'SS- the power manipulators, who have taken all tu>
Krotnerly Love bit as their own particular "tack" and project dia-
ogues and now trialogues of peace and joy far into the future, are
nJ. K.ad,nK ,h,ir fellow Jews in New York to do neither more
nor less than engage in a huge book-burning. If they feel that "The
ii,i \u IS eM>ering the future Jewish-Catholic rapprochment.
is is their_ privilege; but let them not advise us to adopt the tech
ques oi the historic experts at auto-da-fe in the name of some
tenuous possibility thai we and they shall someday be partners in
I,: i.. ., ........,v "" im-y snail sc
_ this I. ss than human fraternity called mankind.


Friday. March 13. 1964
fJmisti fkridiar?
Page 5-A
IETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Rabbi Clarifies Stand on Schools
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
As footnote to my recent arti-
cle in The Jewish Floridian, may
I clarify to readers that my com-
ments in connection with high
school education is a purely local
problem.
On the national and internation-
al scene, the service ol the Mesiv-
ta-type high schools is the founda-
tion of Torah and religious educa
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The hook I purchased in a down-
town thrift shop cost only a quar-
ter, its cover was worn, the pages
shaky, and it was published in 191(1
in London. The editors. Goodman
& Lewis, called the volume "Zion-
ism: Problems and Views." Some
twenty Jewish notables of the pe-
ri.'! had contributed essays, and I
noticed among the contents the
'. ords and music of the "Hatik-
vah," copyrighted that same year.
VVa> this the first printing of this
song?
Other contributors were D. de
Sola Pool. Israel Zangwill. Herbert
Bentwich. Ac-had Ha'am, Max Nor-
and the American Jews," by Louis
tion. Personally. I advocate the,
support of all Mesivta schools,
and I urge parents to send their
sons to such schools.
The local high school education
is in need of complete organization
with a system that can provide re-
ligious education to all. In that pro-
gram, administered by the local
rabbinate, the Mesivta type edu-
cation will also find its dignified
place, without causing the rest of
1). Brandeis, had me wondering
whether here was a lost or forgot-
ten writing of one ol America's
great jurists.
The book was scut to the univer-
-it) named for him, Brandeis Uni-
versity, the (library, Waltham.
Mass. lis director wrote me, "We
are very grateful to you for send-
ing me this volume All the
articles have very definite
historical research value. In short,
the volume does belong in a uni-
versity library ... (it) will go
into our Rare Book Collection .
The book itself will carry a book-
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Friday, March 12, 1964
Italians Acquit Judge ofWaking Offensive Remark
Record number of cards is scored by members of B nai B nth
Lodges from every area of Dade County at a breakfast meet-
ing on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal conducted by Judge
Milton A. Friedman, chairman of General Solicitation. Rep-
resenting all Dade County B'nai B'rith Lodges is Moe Fein-
gold (left), president of the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, shown accepting CJA pledge cards from Judge
Friedman (right). Other B'nai B'rith representatives present
were Arthur Horowitz, chairman of North Dade Lodge; Charles
Kosove, incoming presiden', Freedom Lodge: Samuel Wein-
er, Miami Beach Lodge; Alfred Rosen, president. North Shore
Lodge; David Sacks, Coral Gables Lodge; Eli Hurwitz, past
president, Sholem Lodqe; Robert J. Friedman, past presi-
dent, Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge; and Mark Fuchs, president,
Kendall-I'errine Lodge.
Gurion Battles Generals
ROMK-UTA The Italian Su-
preme Court upheld this week the
acquittal of Juclf-'e Giovanni Du-
rand0 on charges of offending the
Jewish religion in a ease wnicn
developed during the trial ol
Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem.
Judge Durando, editor of a weekly
periodical, published an article cle
elaring thai -lews were "to be con-
sidered deicides in action," and
"unconscientious and permanent
authors ol Christ's crucifixion, de-
prived of the capacity to Judge
anybody not belonging to their
ol (spring and lacking morality of
any value."
A Jewish group whose mem-
bers constituted themselves *
offended plaintiffs joined with
public attorney in bringing the
charge against Judge Durando
who was acquitted by a lower
court.
Jewish sources said the decision
ol the Supreme Court paved the
way for a bid tor legislation to
equate the Jewish religion with the
state Catholic religion in regard
to protecting adherents from con-
tempt lor religion. This has been
a long-standing goal of Italian
Jews.
The
.-learly
upreme Court decision lation to deal with pubh
indicated the lack of legis-1 sions of contempt tor Ju
expn
Continued from Page 1-A .
Gurion himself, as Premier and
Minister of Defense, was respon-
sible for political decisions which
resulted in withdrawal of success-
ful Israeli forces from some of
the conquered areas. Conceding
that some of Mr. Ben-Gurion's po-
litical decisions may have been
partly justified at the time, he
insisted, nevertheless, that Mr.
Ben-Gurion's 'wrongful intrusions
into tactical matters" had also
caused some military setback- tor
the Israeli army.
Cm. Allon went further. Re j
ferring to Mr. Ben-Gurion. he said: '
"When the Premier-Defense Min-
l ister ordered a halt in our army's
I advance, the Israeli army was ;it
the height ot its military victories.
all the way from Lebanon in the
1 north to the Sinai in Egypt. In
a few more days, Israel could
have completed the destruction of
the invading forces and the free-
ing of the whole of Israel."
Popkins to Attend
Camping Confab
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Atlanta. Ga.. and Blue Star Camps.
Hendersonville, N. C, will attend
the 28th national convention of the
American Camping Association
from Mar. 17 to 21, in Pittsburgh.
Pa.
They will be among the 2.000
delegates representing private, ag-
ency, institutional, travel and spe-
cialized camps from throughout
the United States who gather once
every two years to discuss prob-
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in A.C.A.. having served on both
the region and national boards.
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Friday, March 13, 1964
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M
Silent
Men
By MAX L.ERNER
Spell man Says Jews Mourned Passing of Pius
Continued from Page 1-A ,tween Christians and Jew-. To anyone reading or hearing the
that the general e.reet of this lh's' M,gr Tin"thy Fl>nn- 0l Cardinal's statement would reach
statement was almost a calculated ,n(' archdiocesan offices comment the conclusion that Mr. Shumlin
threat to really drive a wedge be- ed: "I cannot comprehend how claims he reached."
\e now seen it three times, this moral blockbuster of a play:
once- London (when I wrote a column about it), then in the Paris
versil I and now in New York. I feel that if I were to see it again I
tnighl : 'id myself prompting the actors. Now it has appeared in the
lull be h version 'The Deputy" by Kolf Hochhuth (Grove Press)
which runs two or three times the length of any ot the acting versions
and. ; being more complete, has an even more powerful impact.
I \,ould suggest to the pickets whom I saw outside the theater,
most .::' whom had never seen the play in any version and never made
an efirrt to get a copy of the book, that they might read it now and
examine the dryness of their power. This goes for all of us. Catholic,
.lew ; nd Protestant alike: whatever position we finally take toward
the play, we had better in all fairness expose our minds to it first.
1 don't regard the play as only a dissection of Pope Pius XII's
refuse to speak cut against the extermination camps. That is the
angle :1 vision lrom which Hochhuth sees the larger problem of
what any and all of us did about the most massive and most mon-
strous rmrderousness in world history. There has been a succession
of boo.-1.* and events grappling with this problem: "The Wall." "The
^.ast <: the Just," "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich." Hielberg's
^*The 1'estruction of Europe's Jews." the Eichmann trial and the
books about it, and now Hochhuth. If his play and book, unlike the
others:, have given rise to picket lines and rioting, it is because he
has mr.naged, by singling out a concrete target, to touch a raw nerve-
edge it an important living institution.

- < me take the Catholic issue first and head-on, since it is the
one Out in front. The Vatican has had all manner of Popes, able
and It's so. conservative and liberal. Had Pius XI lived, everyone
agree;: that he would have fought the Nazis in every possible way.
including the kind of moral denunciation of it that Kurt Gerstein
and Father Riccardo Fontana ask for in the play. Had John XXIII
been there as Pope in Rome at the time, instead of having been sta-
tioned m Eastern Europe, or had Paul VI been there as Pope, who
can doubt that the story would again have been different? But the
prelate who became Pius XII was Cardinal Pacelli, and while he was
a great diplomat, theologian, and religious statesman, he did not be-
lieve ii an outright confrontation with Hitler.
He did what he could to help large numbers of Jews to hide in
the rru-.asteries and even to escape, but he did not use the immense
moral potential of the Vatican to stop or stay or slow down the
gas cms.
Si aid he have tried? The best answer has been given by some
of the liberal Catholics who have joined in the debate. During the
opening weeks of the play in Paris, the great Catholic daily, "Le
Figar; ran a number of commentaries on it. and among them were
mt hich while defending the Pope's intent and character
ere I d about his failure to act.
'. a Sunday "Times" review, George Shuster. a sturdy Catholic
iberla writes that "many of us would rest easier if the Pope had
spok<:. Men may not heed a voice that is raised in behalf of
Chris--indom, but it finds an echo in the marrow of their bones.
When it is not heard there is a void upon the earth." Little more
need be added.
e
hochhuth as sheer phenomenon is almost as interesting as his
play I met him the other day at Goethe House, the West German
cultural center which (whatever its original doubts about so contro-
versial a figure) had enough sense to give a reception for him. A
slight >oung man barely past 30. with a thin sensitive face, deter-
mined lines about the mouth, and smoldering fires behind the eyes:
what was it that made this young German from a small town near the
border of East Germany who had worked for a West German book
publisher, write one of the scarring moral parables of our age?
W* don't know the answer, because we know so little about how
talent flowers in a cultural wasteland like the Germany of today,
and how these historic landmarks get thrust up. We know only that
if Hochhuth at all expresses his German generation it cannot be
wholly lost. If anyone tries to tell you that Hochhuth wrote the play
to shift the burden of guilt from the Germans themselves to the
shoulders of others, ask him to read the long scene at the shelter
in the Jagerkeller. at Falkensee. where Hochhuth brings together
Bichmann, the infamous Dr. Hirt. a Rhur aristocrat's son connected
^. nli the Krupps. and the devilish "Doctor" who acts as the Angel
of Death at Auschwitz, sorting out the lines that go Left and Right
to irr.rr.ediate or postponed death. Or the scene (unhappily omitted
in New York like the Jagerkeller scene) where an Italian Jewish
family :s arrested and deported just as it is about to leave for hiding.
The German people, and not just the Nazis, were guilty enough
to last 'heir consciences for generations. But others were guilty too.
eepecit lly the silent men. Or perhaps we should say the principle
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By: EDWARD COHEN
Judge Spaet Looks to His Tenure With Joy
Judge Harold
I B. Spaet is ob-
viously a reason-
I I infi. rational man.
V m 11 II ii t speaking
a vvjln nim tnesc
days onr gets the notion that
he and Sally named their daugh
ter Carolyn "Lucky" because
hey are true believers in [ate,
.ind can cite chapter and verse
o pro\e it.
Last week, for instance, the
lews from Tallahassee was that
here would be no opposition foi
ludgc Spaet. either in the Dem
icratic Primary or next Novem
ber, for the remainder of the
three-year Circuit Court to which
ie had been appointed by Gov.
Karris Bryan! in February. With
jut saying so. he leaves the im-
iression thai this unusual cir-
cumstance lor a first-termer is
Hist another stroke ol good for-
tune.
This sincerely mo lest estimate
il himself is not matched by
hose who have come to know
Him well during the more than
iO years he has lived here.
Unanimous Support
"There are plenty of attorn-
eys who would love to sit on the
Jircuit Court bench," says one
uiowle.'geable politician, "but
liter lakiny ;i good look around
They decided that opposing Har
Did Spaet would be a waste of
ime and money. At this point,
ne has almost unanimous sup-
port of bench and bar. press and
.adioyou name it."
Gov. Bryant can attest to that
\ week after naming Judge
Spaet to fill the vacancy left by
he death of the late Robert A.
Anderson, he called one of the
ocan man's sponsors to tell him,
"This must be the best appoint
rent I've ever made. I have
lever received so many calls
ind letters complimenting me
or it."
The Miami Herald, with which
fudge Spaet had not agreed
nuch during his te-m as a Metro
Commissioner, called the selec-
"ion "an excellent choice," to the
surprise Of many who were not
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as others see him
aware oi Judge Spaet's basic-
strength, ft is this which wins
friends for him even with those
who might not agree with him
politically.
This is best illustrated a- ho
speaks of "Metro's greatest
shortcoming."
Weed for Respect
"The Commissioners," he says,
"have no respect lor each other.
The kind of dignity which al-
lows men to disagree with each
other on policy as gentlemen
has been lacking ever since
Metro was organized.
"Until there is an esprit de
corps, an appreciation of one
another, the Metro Commission-
ers will be the biggest obstacle
to progress in Dade County. To
me, it's as simple as that."
Or, in the kind of plain talk
which answers the routine inter-
view question bluntly:
"If anyone tells you I made
a sacrifice going on the bench,
you know he's talking through his
hat. I made no sacrifice what-
soever. 1 am doing just what
I always wanted to do and I am
having a wonderful time.
"What's more, I am perfect-
Israel Theme
At the Library
Israel past and present will be
featured at the Miami Public Li-
brary on Mar. 19 at 1, 3:30 and
8 p.m.. in the film series, "Travels
With MPL."
"Off the ueaten Track in Israel"
takes the viewer to the Biblical
Zoo. Mt. Zion. the Dead Sea and
many more places in the Bible.
"The Book and the Idol" is based
on an archaeological exhibition at
the Metropolitan Museum of Art
and traces the conflict between
paganism and monotheism from
the early dawn of civilization in
Israel.
ly satisfied doing just what I
am doing now. To paraphrase
my dear friend, the former Gov.
Fuller Warren, unless I receive
a 'mandate from the people' I
shall never return to the bar. nor
shall I ever seek other political
office.
"The truth is that il is an en-
tirely selfish matter I always
wanted to be a Judge. I like be-
ing a Judue. and I'm going to
stick to the job oi being .i Judge
as long as the people will let
me."
Strange as it may sound, com
ing from a man who has served
;:s a Miami Beach Judge. Coun-
cilman, president of the State
League of Municipalities, presi
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged and Temple Israeland
who i- rated hiyh tor political
know-howJudge Spaet prefers
the quiet of his ju licial chain
beis and the opportunity to delve
once more into the research
areas of the law.
That is part of the reason why
he will place a heavy emphasis
on the pre-trial conference that
is optional in Florida trial pro
cediue For to him. justice too
often has been measured out
through a battle of wits rather
than of law. Negotiations and
compromise are judicial attri-
butes he favors highly.
In addition to 18-year-old
"Lucky," the Spaets have a son,
Hal. 19. and both children at-
tend the University of Miami.
Born in Brooklyn, and a grad-
uate of New York University's
Law School, Judge Spaet met the
former Sally Solomon of Syra-
cuse through a series of circum-
stances which only lend weight
to his theory of fate.
Blind Date
His first trip to Miami was
on a legal matter which led to
his being asked to work for the
State Bank Liquidation in this
area. One of his depression days
ed him up with a "blind date*
with his sister, Sally. Four trim
later the Syracuse newspaper
woman was Mrs. Spaet.
"Luck," according to an old
Persian proverb, "is infatuated
with the efficient." Those who
assignments took him to Syra- know Judge Spaet feel that this
cuse, N.Y.. where the attorney describes him better than tx-.
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+Jewish fhrldlan
Friday. March 13. 1964
John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest Will
Include Replica of the Nation's Capitol
Members of the Executive Board of the Jew-
ih National Fund of Greater Miami who gath-
- ed to lunch with Max Bressler at the Fon-
(f inebleau Hotel on Feb. 25 are (left to right)
Standing Sam Kagan. Mr. Rottenberg. St.,
Harry Feldman. Bernard Silver, Julius Rosen-
s-.ein, johon berman, warshuli sJomis, ben-
jcmin Appel. Hany Rosen. Abraham Grunhut.
Mr. Roitenberg Jr.. Reuben Miller. Seated
(left to r;ght) are Bernard Katz. Miriam Press.
Max Pressler. Leon J. Ell. Lillian Goodman,
Clara Ma3on, Ben Zion Ginsburg.
The John P. Kennedy Memorial
Forest in Israel will be established
n the-qtmerican Fwtdom Forest,
ith a replica of 50 columns for
ach of the 50 states in the I S A
Mux Brassier, president of the
ewish National Fund of America,
t a recent l'urim function in the
ontainebieau Hotel sponsored by
,ie Greater Miami JNF Council.
old some 500 persons that "a inin-
ature structure of the Capitol,
symbolic Of the unity between the
l'\ S. and Israel will also be incor-
porated in the forest."
The local function launched the
Greater Miami Section of the Ken-
nedy Memorial Forest.
Bressler said that in her letter
Internationa! Stars to Perform Here
At JNF Kennedy Memorial Concert
A concert studded with Israeli
id international stars will take
nee on Tuesday evening. Mar. 31.
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
7he concert will mark the launch
. % of an effort by the Jewish Na-
: inal Fund Council of Miami to
. iplement its program of getting
I t largest donations of trees for
- newest project, the John F.
Kennedy Memorial Peace Forest
Israel.
The program calls for a torn-
: ehensive effort among all resi-
c*nts of Dade County, without
igard to race, creed or color, to
participate in this program for
:-e purchase of trees from one.
Up to any number, by each
i Every resident in the Greater
..ami area will be asked to pur-
. use trees, according to their
j ility to buy. Any donation.
> ether it be a single tree or more.
1 be welcomed by the Fund, ac-
; ding to Leon J. Ell. council
siden'.
nil purchasers of trees will be
titled to a free ticket of aclmis-
n to the concert. All proceeds
J be used only to purchase trees
the .Tuhn F Kennedy Memorial
} rest.
leadlining t.i program arrang-
for the concert is Tova Parot,
internationally-known singing star,
v ho performed on the leading con-
cert stages throughout the world.
Miss Parot won the Marian Ander-
son Prize, and was invited to sing
at the Israeli Opera House.
Also appearing is Amiram Rigai.
the exciting Israeli pianist fresh
from a personal triumph at Car-
negie Hall, where he performed
with the American Symphony or-
chestra under the direction of Leo-
pold Stokowski,
Ephraim Biram. star of the Is-
rael Philharmonic, and Columbia
Broadcasting soloist, will bring
with him a distinguished repertoire
of Israeli and international compo-
sitions.
Others on the program are
Marcia and Eliahu Gamliel, Is-
raeli flutist and percussion art-
ists, well known to radio audi-
ences in the U. S. and Israel. A
flashing star of the dance, Ha-
dassah Badoch, completes the
program.
Admission will be by donation
only. Concert-goers will have their
choice of seats from 50 trees down
to one tree. Tickets are available
at the Miami Beach Auditorium;
El Al Airlines. 1601 Washington
Ave.; Jewish National Fund Of-
fice, 420 Lincoln Road; and Sher-
man Ticket Agency on Collins
Ave.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. chair-
man, is assisted by Ell and Zev
W. Kogan. Jewish leader. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman is honorary chair-
man .
to Israel President Z.ilman Sha-
lar, Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy
expressed her deep appreciation
"and everlasting gratitude to the
Jewish National Fend and the
Government of Israel for under-
taking this meaningful memo-
rial."
Leon J. Ell. president of the JNF
Council here, said that appropri-
ate certificates will be issued to
purchasers of trees in the forest.
Other participants in the pro-
gram were Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz, pesident of the JNF South-
east Region and Zev W. Kogan,
chairman of the Executive Board.
Cantor Hirsh Adler. of Temple
Bmanu-El, presented a program
of music. A kinescope produced
by NBC-TV in 1962 of the launch-
ing of Me Ami. this community's
twin city now being erected by
the Greater Miami JNF Council
In Israel, was also shown under
the direction of Peter Heller. Ben
ediction was by Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
TOVA PAROT
Final Lecture
In Series Here
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baum-
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series will deal with "The Role of
Ritual in the Home."
Date for the talk is Mar. 25. with
Mrs. Wayne Roers in charge of
arrangements.
Series has been sponsored by
the Temple Sisterhood.
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USY Members to Hold Testimonial
Weekend at Beth Torah Congregation
The 1964 Liquor Group drive on behalf of Combined Jewish
Appeal will be headed by three leaders of the industry who
have provided outstanding leadership for CJA. Lrft to right
are the co-chairmen of the 1964 Liquor Group Committee:
Jerry Halpern, Atlantic Liquor Corp.; Leo A. Chaikin,
Weinkle's; and Jay Weiss, Florida Beverage Corp.
Jews Flay Anti-Semitic
Arab Pamphlets in Bonn
BONN (i FA) The Central
cil of the Jews in Germany
disclosed that it had filed a com-
plaint with the Dusseldorf district
attorney's office against a violent-
ly anti-Semitic pamphlet distrib-
uted by Arab representatives in
West Germany and that an Inves-
tigation was in progress.
The issue was first raised last
January by Dr. Henry G. VanDam.
secretary general of the Council.
In the current issue of the Allge-
mcinc Wochenzeitung Der Juden,
Dr. VanDam expressed sharp crit-
icism of the West German Foreign
olffee for failing to take action on
the brochure and its sponsors.
A spokesman for the Justice
Ministry said, in reply to ques-
tions in Parliament, that the
Ministry was aware that the
pamphlet was being distributed
but had not been able to obtain
a copy. Social Democratic Dep-
uty Ludwig Metiger asked if the
Justice Ministry planned to act
to prevent the repetition of "un-
lawful acts" such as distribution
of the pamphlet. The spokesman
said that "I do not think I can
make promise on behalf of the
government in this hour but I
feel certain your suggestion will
be followed."
Gerhard Jahn, another Social
Democratic deputy, asked whether
the government was prepared to
take diplomatic steps to prevent
the distribution in West Germany
of such "infamous publications."
The spokesman said "this is a mat-
ter for the Foreign Office." That
office has not indicated it was
taking any action.
Dr VanDam, in his renewed crit-
icism, noted that the West German
government had not hesitated to
break off diplomatic relations with
nations establishing Bast German
consulates on their tcrritary. and
that in the case of Ceylon. West
Germany even cut off foreign aid.
'But here we have a case where
hatred is being traded for foreign
aid and being disseminated by
students who leceive scholarships
paid tor by West German taxpay-
ers,' he asserted. "The West Ger-
man Foreign Office should have
taken action on this case long
ago."
The pamphlet, entitled "The
Problem of the Palestine Refu-
gees," was published by the In-
formation Bureau of the United
Arab Republic and members of the
Arab-German Friendshp groups in
Germany and by the "Delegation
of the Arab States in Bonn." The
pamphlet declares that "the great-
est intellects Of humanity have rec-
ognized and repeatedly pointed to
the unpleasant character of the
Jewish people" and it charges the
Jews with using "their political
I marionettes, such as the Zionist
Winston Churchill and the Zionist
; Franklin Roosevelt" to "force"
: Germany into World War II.
The B'nai Milbar and B'nai Neg-
ev Chapters of Unite.I Synagogue
Youth at Beth Torah Congregation
will play host to over 100 USY
members in the South Florida
area at the Beth Torah USY Testi-
monial Weekend starting Friday
through Sunday.
Theme of the weekend. 'The
Jews of the World: Are They a
Religion or a Peoplehood?" will be
liscussed in the Torah Study ses-
sions and during Sabbath services
Jn Friday evening.
Miss Sheri Mandel and Justin
Weininger, co-chairmen of the
"kiinis," have announced the
schedule of activities.
On Friday evening, the USY'ers
will conduct services for the en-
tire congregation. During the
Oneg Shabbat following services,
the group will join in the spirit
of the Sabbath with Israeli sing-
ing and dancing. A College Bowl
on Jewish history will conclude
the evening program.
Abraham J. Gittel-on, educa-
tional director of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, will conduct the College
Bowl,
On Saturday, USY'ers will again
attend services followed by a lun-
cheon in the USY Room. The del-
egates will participate in Torah
study sessions on the theme fol-
lowing Sabbath luncheon. Conclud-
ing the afternoon schedule will be
a cake break and Israeli singing
and dancing.
Maariv services will be conduct
ed by Mark Farber. weekend re-
ligious chairman, at 7:30 p.m
Highlight of the program is a
testimonial dinner dance on Satur-
day evening in honor ol" Marshall
Baltuch, "for ten years of distin-
guished service to United Syna-
gogue Youth."
The program Is entitled "This is
Your LifeMarshall Philip Bal-
tuch." Ellen Schlnsser. honorary
president of the South Florida Sub
region, will serve as commentator.
The evening activities will be-
gin at 8 p.m.. with the traditional
liavdalah candlelight service con-
cluding the Sabbath. Royal Hun-
garian Kosher Caterers, are in
charge of the banquet, to be fol-
lowed by a program, cancing. and
entertainment, Eddie Ames and
His Pied Pipers will provide the
music,
Rabbi Harold Richter, of B'nai
Raphael Congregation, will de-
liver the invocation, with Rabbi
Max Lipschitz, of Beth Torah,
offering the benediction. Others
participating are Cantor Edward
Klein, of Temple Menorah, and
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
Seymour Mann, chairman ol the
Southeast Region Youth Commis-
sion. Jerry Sussman, president,
Southeasl Region, United Syna-
gogue ol America, and Joseph
Schinier, president of Beth Torah.
will bring meetings. Rabbi Allen
Rutchik, director, Southeasl Keg
ion USY, will present Baltuch with
a plaque on behalf oi IISY.
Agcn a on S inday cms'-'. of
service- brunch, and ivorks
Dad" Heights Junior and Senior
I -V Chapters of B'nai Ri |
egation ha\ e as-.-led Beth
Torah in coordinating ail activities.
In addition to Miss Mandel,
Weininger and Farber, the follow-
ing are part of the Steering Com-
mittee
Lee Gluck and Marlene Shalo-
niith, hospitalitj; Gllda Abramo-
v.it/ and Gerry Carncss, dinner
dance journal: Sue Berger and
Elaine Pressman. Oneg Shabbat:
Toby Cavell, program: I.oui-c Bass
and Steve Weininger, publicity;
Deanne Schwartz and Myra Wal
stein, registration and housing;
Aaron Abramowitz and Arlcne
Zuckejiqan, ticket.-: .Mildred \cii-
man and Esta Stciner, Torah
Study sessions: Beverly liiee J
Jessi Snyder, workshops; and U
i.ie Engel, administrative a
ant.
Attending the weekend will I
delegates from USY Chapters
Beth Torah Congregation, B'n
Raphael Congregation, Beth C
vid C o n g r egation, Temp
Emanu-EI, Temple M e r, o r a
Temple Zion, Temple Tifere
Jacob, Ac'ath Yeshurun, Temp
Beth Sholem and Temple Sir
of Hollywood, Temple Shot;
of Pompano Beach, Temple Be*
Shalom of Lake Worth, Temp
Eeth El of Wet Palm Beach, a -
Jacksonville Jewish Center
Jacksonville, Fla.
Advisors of the Chap ers
Faith Reinhard and Mar-hall L
Inch. Raymorid Bookman is ch
man of the Youth Coinmissi
Spiritual leader ot Beth Tcrah (
gregation is Rabbi Max A. L
schitz.
i-
'Mock Marriage' Scheduled
"Mock Marriage," dan ing t
refreshments will be on the r.
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+Jewish HerIdlan
Jews With U.S. Passports Unspared
MASS MURDIKERS IDENTIFIED .. PACE 5< City Council chamber. Dr. Wolk
MASS MURDIRCRS IDENTIFIED PAGE 5<
BAB1BUKHING DES(fl)SED PACE 7C
FRANKFURT (JTA) An
Auschwitz murder camp survivor
declared lor the first time this
week that transports to the camp
included in 1943 a group ol Jews
with United States passports.
The disclosure was made in tes-
timony at the Auschwitz trial here
by Dr. Otto Wolken of Vienna, a
survivor ol the camp. The Vienna
physician had (riven detailed testi-
; mony implicating delcndant Stef-
, an Baretzki in a number of mur-
' ders. A defense attorney chal-
lenged Dr. Wolken to identity
Baretzki.
As a hushed
the courtroom
lence
the
tell over
Frankfurt
Rabbis of Hollywood took an active part in the annual din-
ner held recently at the Hollywood Beach Hotel for the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation of Hollywood. Ben Salter, president
of the Federation, is an attorney and past presiden' of Temple
Beth Sholem. Shown seated, (from left) are Mrs. David Sha-
piro, Mrs. Samuel Jaffe, Mrs. Morton Malavsky. Standing,
(from left) are Rabbi David Shapiro, Temple Sinai; Rabbi
Samuel Jaffe. Temple Beth El; and Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
Temple Beth Sholem. all of Hollywood.
Guest Rabbi At B'nai Raphael
Pulpit guest during Friday even-
ing services at Congregation B'nai
Raphael will be Rabbi Eliezer A.
Levi, cf Canada.
Born and educated in Toronto.
Ontario. Rabbi Levi is a graduate
of the University of Toronto and
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.
He was the first Jewish Chaplain
on foreign soil during World War
II. serving in the South West Pa-
cific.
In addition to holding pulpits In
Birmingham, Ala.. Auburn. N.Y..
Springfield, Mass., and Charleston,
S.C.. Rabbi Levi has taken an ac-
tive part in the Zioni.-t Organiza-
tion of America. B'nai B'rith, Rab-
binical Assembly of America, and
as a volunteer chaplain with Navy-
Air Force.
City Council chamber. Dr. Wolken
walked sToWdOwrt the aisle of
seats occupied by the defendants.
He stopped in front of the desk
where a balding, greying man of
44 was sitting and pointed to him.
'That is he." Dr. Wolken said as
Baretzki s face turned white.
During ho.irs of virtually un-
interrupted testimony, Dr. Wolk-
en told dramatic stories of cour-
age of some of the millions who
perished at the huge Auschwiti-
Birkenau murder complex. One
of them involved a transport of
Jews with United States pass-
ports which arrived at the Bir-
kenau camp on October 25, 1943.
"One woman in this transport
suddenly realized where she was
and began screaming 'This is
Auschwitz'.'' Dr. Wolken related.
"An SS man named Scheldinger
tried to calm her. Suddenly she
grabbed his pistol, shot him dead !
and wounded another guard before |
she was overpowered. in re
venge," Dr. Wolken added, "the
other guards started shooting wild- j
ly into the group. I don't know -t
how many were killed that day."
Once in ls)44. he said, he watch
cd a group of Polish Jews being .
led to the gas chambers, among
them many children and teen-
agers. "A boy of about 14 stop-
ped in front of a group of SS
guards and said defiantly to them
Don't think you'll go unpunish-
ed: some day you'll go to the same
place we arc going'." Dr. Wolken
said.
The witness-survivor said that
the chances for survival of pris-
oners who were not sent to the
gas chambers were not much
better than those who were gas-
sed. In specific charges a/jainst
Baretiki, Or. Wolken said that
the defendant and some other
guards shot and killed 11 pris-
oners on the inspection grounds
after one of them tried to flee
and another sought to protect
himself from a beating.
Dr. Wolken testified that in
April. 1944. Baretzki beat an in-
mate. Mihail Liszka to death with
a club. The doctor said he was
"about six yards from the scene.
I brought Liszka to the barracks
building where he died. Death
was definitely due to the beating."
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Friday, March 13. 1964
'lew 1stfhridUr
Pag 13-A
'Claims Conference Lists Allocations
Cc-'ifued from Page 1-A
tionf
melff
equal fooling with the pre-1953 Nazism; SI.246,330 for cultural and
men r*suiiea in agree-J claimants, and to compensate them educational reconstruction; and
Wllli'flii mm\ GVMMIW ('^w-tnipiwwiiintiitwtiiTimiipBii.iiion $328,778 for various, special pro-1
..Kich resulted in
Government to pay reparations,
restitution* and indemnification
to Jewish victims of Nazism.
The Conference is formally rec-
ognized by the Federal Republic
of Germany as the official
spokesman for those Jews
throughout the world who are
entitled to individual restitution
under the existing laws drawn up
by the Bonn Government and
the governments of the West Ger-
man states.
Or. Nzhum Goldmann. president
camps and for loss of life and
health. It is a source of deep re-
yret that, in the final stages of
these negotiations, we have reach-
ed an impasse.
Jects, The organization, he said,
committed but did not distribute
an additional $870,000 in 1963.
Mr. Leavitt called special atten-
tion to the grants the Conference
. has given to the Jewish commun-
As we move into 1964. we are itics in France whc.rt, the pn,si,nt
resolved to spare no effort in Jewish population of 500.000 now
pressing the German authorities forms 75 percent of ,he t0(a, Jew.
o bring the program for indemni- isn pcpulatioil in western conti-
heat on and restitution to a worthy nent;1| Kurope
conclusion. Such a conclusion de-
mands that all Nazi victims who Thp report on allocations, at
have been omitted from the op-, Monday's session, was presented
eration of the law, or whose claims b>' ,nc senior vice president Of the
ol the Conference, addressed the have been treated inadequately Conference. Jacob Blaustein. He
parley's opening session here Sun- vh;ill gain benefits due to them in Pointed out that the nearly $100,-
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OFFICIATING
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e"^^^^^ rWW^^ VWVWVVVVVVV'****'-**TVVVV-
day night, contrasting, in his re-
port, the manner in which the
Covernment of Germany had "me-
ticulously'' met its reparations
commitments to Israel and to the
C'imierence. with what he called
' the g;i-" in implementing resti-
tution and indemnification laws
>r Individual victims of Nazism.
Illustrating that "gap." he point
nit thai the claims "t more
tl M ASOjJOO Jewish people eligible
[oi payments under the existing
Li an -till pending
lie noti that tens ol thousands
egitii ate Nazi victims are still
i m filing claims because
justice and in morality." Dr. Gold-
mann stressed.
While expressing these senti-
ments, however. Dr. Goldmann
also hailed the "good will and
speed" with which the West
German Government met its ob-
ligations under the Israeli-Ger-
man Reparations Agreement, a
pact made in 1952 at the same
time Germany made its agree-
ment with the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims.
L'ndi r the Israeli German a jreo
he said, goods, matei tals
sen ice irri\ ing in i lei
000.000 has been spent thus far by
the Conference. The allocation
will bring the total to $110,000.-
000. However, he noted, the 1964
allocation of $7,550,000 to the JDC
V ill not meet that organization's
requirements for services in Eu-
rope and Australia, estimated at
$11,596,000.
Thai si.on;.imio excess ol esti-
mated .ll>C requirements over
Conference allocations, he said, "is
hj far the greatest ever recorded
since the working partnership has
, ,n between the Conference and
the .in The JDC, he said,
ill have to raise the difference
come from countries be from Oermain have totaled $772.- from nnnConferc sources
ith iron Curtain after Octo 559.000 si ce cli h 1 started ar tthili the ratio in 1964, he pointed
i; '::: Thai date had been ri ing in Israel ii, 1953, Over 90 uut, was 75 percent of Conference
." I .- the cut-off period for in per ecu 1 g.....' and sen to 25 percent on non-Con
t
1
Kmm+rustal #v<
leal claimants eligible for 1 ., to Israel \>n<\vr the 1952 pan lercnce monies, the JDC in 196
ojan compensation under the have alreadj been delivered, Dr w ill have to supply 35 percent 0
2 agi 1 merit,
leoorting on the indivi
1952
I
idual res-
ition payments made by the
(.erralans to Jewish victims ol
Nazism to date. Dr. Goldmann told
the (jonference that the total in-
lemnfication payments under the
\istihg German laws reached S3.-
7oo.oob,0(i0 by December 31, 1963.
Goldmann reported "The German Ihe fui Is against only 65 percent
authorities," he told the parley, by the Conference
"have earned out the terms of
the 1952 agreement for repara-
tions deliveries both in letter and
in spirit, it i> gratifying, indeed,
to make tlu> tact known.''
In addition, he said, the JDC
will provide $800,000 to a common
fund 11 has established with the
French Jewish community to
meet special needs resulting from
As for the Claims Conference, the Influx Of North African Jews
it received $10,039,148 in 1963, into Fiance. He singled out.
Ill addition, he said, the German bringing its total, spent since its among the anticipated 1964 ex-
states h.d paid out S173.938.571 be- program got under way in 1954. penditures by the Conference, a
S^rc the. present laws were enact ; to $99,560,189. These figures were |.sum totaling $2,720,000 for aid to
ed. bringing the grand total up reported to the parley by Moses I Jewish victims of Nazism in
A. Leavitt, Conference treasurer. France. "That is a record sum."
He said that, in 1953, the Confer-1 he said, "the highest amount
ence spent $1,246,360 for relief and spent in a single country in the j
lehabilitation of Jewish victims of 1 history of this Conference."
to $3,873,938,000.
However, Dr. Goldmann said,
negotiations between the Con-
ference and the Bonn Govern-
ment to improve the existing
laws, and to enact new legisla-
tion that would cover those Jew-
ish victims of Nazism who had
not qualified for claims by the
cut-off date of October 1, 19S3,
have not yet borne fruit.
Among the victims of Nazism
[now ineligible under the German
[laws, he said, are persons who
Iciid not succeed in leaving the
countries behind the Iron Curtain
|t'p to the 1953 deadline. The laws
exclude those persons as well as
liters who are stateless, he said
fThe poM-1953 groups, he said. 111
:iiick' Jews who fled from Hun-
gary alter the uprising there in
(956 and 1957. as well as "thou-
juris ;of others who arrived from
Fast .European lands in recent
iears.''
I On HHmeroiis occasions." Dr.
[oildrhiihn reported, "we have
plleijupoa the Gvrman autbori-
to'place these-refugees on an
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F:ge 14-A
t^lewist Meridian
Friday. March 13. 1964
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN
Noted Historian Takes to the Novel Art Form
"HE CHOSEN ONE. By Harry
Simonho'f. 607 pp. New
York: Thomas Yoseloff.
$4.95.
HE AUTHOR needs no intro-
duetion. surely, to this com-
iiinity where he has boon a not-
1 resident since 1925. Lawyer
nd lecturer, traveler and his-
irian, he also looks back on a
mi as Representative in the
wth. Carolina Legislature and
long period of leadership in
ewish activities: a founder oi
nolem Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
nairman of the United Palestine
ppeal, an organizer of the
liami Zionist District, a force
behind the opening of the Miami
AIM. Office, and a spiritual whip
of the U.IA until the Federation
was born. Most people remem-
ber the days when he was a
leading columnist for The Jew-
ish Floridian.
Four earlier books bear his
name. "Under Strange Skies."'
the lirst, spoke of his travels.
Jewish Notables in America"'
disclosed the breadth of his vast
historical knowledge, telling the
story of an outstanding Jew for
each year between 1776 and
1865. "Saga of American Jew-
ry.'" three years later, picked up
the next half century, ending at
1914. "Jewish Participants in
the Civil War." like a detail of
Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Much Praise for UAR
M
Jerusalem
|UCH PRAISE WAS shower-
ed upon Mr. Nasser for the
"moderation he had displayed
at the recent Arab 'summit"
conference held in Cairo and
called to dklCUSS measures vis-
a-vis the planned implementa-
tion by Israel ol her National
Water Project.
The fact that Nasser argued
against an all-out war with Is-
rael at this Stage was seen as
proof of his "maturity" and
some even went as far as to deduce from it far reach-
ing conclusions regarding the prospects of an ultimate
Israel-Arab settlement. In Washington, some saw it as
a vindication of the view held that Nasser's chief pre-
occupation is with the internal development of the coun-
try and that at least for the foreseeable future he harbor-
ed no aggressive designs.
For Israelis. Nasser's display of "moderation" was of
little comfort. Indeed, one could not but be greatly dis-
turbed over the very conclave of leaders of 13. Arab coun-
tries assembled for th express purpose of plotting the
destruction of a neighboring country; and, moreover, over
the strange praise evoked b> Nasser's "moderation" which
exi i ssi l itself in his opposing an attack on Israel be-
cause the Arabs wore not yet ready for it.
The past weeks following the "summit." have pro-
vided us with four documentsand with developments-
proving the fallacy oi both Nasser's "moderation" and
the hopes that it evoked in minds guided by wishful think-
ing rather than by a sober appraisal of facts
In an interview given the editor in chief ot the Indian
weekly. "Bliiz." Mr. Nasser, in reply to a question about
the prospects of halting the "present gradual advance'
of events forewarning a war with Israel, said frankly and
bluntly that: "it seems that a second war in Palestine is
inevitable" adding, "we have always been at war
with Israel War will occur to deter aggression which
I expect to take place at any time" .
In his reply to Mr. Khrushchev's note which urged all
nations of the world to outride the use of force in the set-
tlement of border and regional disputes. Mr. Nasser ex-
pressed his full support for the proposal, but stressed
its non-application to the Arab-Israel dispute.
Then came Nasser's address on the anniversary of the
"Egyptian-Syrian Union." later dissolved in the words
of Mr. Nasser "against the wishes of the Syrian peo-
ple." Speaking of Israel. Nasser repeated, with more force
and with more emphasis what he had told the Indian edi-
tor, the inevitability of a war with Israel, "the time and
place of which we shall determine." he declared.
the larger canvas, focussed on
the colorful and fascinating Jew-
ish activity on both sides of the
war. All of the books, inciden-
tally, were reviewed in this col-
umnwhich probably sets some
kind of record.
One would not expect Harry
Simonhoff to depart from the
profound historical lore which he
wields so adeptly, to subjugate it
to the specialized requirements
of an art form. "The Chosen
One," his firat historical novel.
begins among the Portuguese
Marranos of 1524 and moves
through Palestine and Renais-
sance Italy, reaching even into
the Vatican and the sanctum
sanctorum ol the beleaguered
Pope Clement VII. The novel
tells the story of two of the
strangest, most mysterious Jew-
ish figures of that time, Salomo
Molko (Molcho), the false mes-
siah. and Prince David Reubeni
The "Prince." an exotic, dash-
ing figure, first appeared in
Venice in 1.524 with a story of
represent in1: his brother. Joseph.
King of 30>).(;00 Jews who were
descendants of the lost tribes oi
Reuben, Gad and Manasseh, in
a remote kingdom in the deserts
of Chaibar and Tabor. He pro
posed ami alliance with the Chris-
tians in ridding the Holy Land
of the Moslems, in return for
possession of the Land. Pope
Clement, friendly, sent him to
Portugal, where his effect on the
unhappy Marranos was electric
HARRY SIMONHOff
in new genre
One Jew was especially moved:
Diogo Plrez. who had been rais-
ed as a Christian and held a high
government position, immediate
ly circumcised hlmsell and beg-
ged Reubeni to accept his ser-
vices. The adventurer, terrified
of the boy'; unstable, mystical
nature, ordered him to Palestine
for Cabbalistic study, to "pie-
pare"" himself for his mission.
They were to meet again, these
two visionaries, and set their pur-
jhiscs toward a common -disaster.
Pirez, now Molko, grown in pas-
sion and zeal, commanded a (le-
vel ed following and came to be-
lieve that he was. indeed, the
awaited messiah. Mr. Simonhoff
indicates that he was also an
epileptic. (Reubeni. many his-
torians believe, was simply a
Central European Ashkcnazie
Jew.)
There are marvelous scenes of
the factional Venice Jewish com-
munity, of Vatican intrigue, ot
Inquisitional horror, of 16th cen
tury Palestine. There arc parts
which are like historical asides,
as in the story of the origin of
i.ichah Dodi." The long journ-
ey to the inevitable flaming mar
tyrdom. done in a violently
graphic scene, calls on all the
author's powers of evocation of
atmosphere.
What must be immediately ap-
parent is that Mr. Simonhofl
writes primarily as a first-rate
historian, rather than as a nov-
elist, whoso principal interest is
chiefly the development and in-
tricacies of character. As a his-
torian, we have learned that Mr.
Simonhoff Is absolutely trust-
worthy; he communicates with
extraordinary skill the world ot
the past in its myriad detail. His
characters, cloaked in their his-
toricity, are personages first of
all. They do not command iden-
tification: they merely suggest a
misty reality. You cannot quite
touch them, but you cannot help
being fascinated by them.
Our Film Folk:
Bv HERBERT G. LUFT
Details are Finalized fcr 'Battle of Bulge'
Hollywood
BHILIP YORDAN, Samuel Bron-
ston's author and co-producer,
was in town to finalize details for
the filming of -The Battle ol the
Bulge," a multi-million dollar pro
duetion to roll late this fall In
the Forest of Ardennes in Frame
Spain and on actual locations in
and 1 lixembourg, when snow falls.
The picture will revolve around the final at-
tempt ol German Marshall von Rundstedt to drive
American forces into the sea during the winter
campaign oi 1944-45. Yordan 111 collaborate on
the screenplay. Filming will be done in color and
on a wide epic scale involving u cast ol thousands
In the meantime, another one ol Bronston's
spectacular films, "Circus World." nears comple-
tion with the wind-up at London's Pinevvood Stu-
dios. The Technicolor production starring John
Wayne. Claudie Cardinalc and Rita Hayworth, went
before the cameras under Henry Hathaway's direc-
tion Sept.-23. 1963, with the capsizing of a 250-foot
circus ship in the harbor at Barcelona.
Depicting the adventures of an American ini-
pressario who takes his circus and wild west show
on a European junket, "Circus World" has a screen
play by Ben Hecht and Julian Halev v and is based
on an original story by Philip Yordan.
Anthony Mann who most recently completed
"The Fall ol the Roman Empire" tor Bronston
Yordan in Spam is doing a World War II picture on
In- own, doubling as producer director of "The In
known I'.atlle'to he photographed on location in
ay with an April 1 starting date Stephen
I was in Hollywood to give us details on the
film in which he stars as an underground fighter
::-t the Nazis
The storj is based on a lit'le-known incident ol
I ill the spring m-i 21 years ago that
i announced he had discovered the bash eh
inents to destrov the Free World with atomic bombs
own A sroup >>i seven Mien. Norwegians and
selected by the Allied Intelligence
e to be smuggled into occupied territory to
up the secret heavy water experimental station
in the mountains loo miles north of Oslo. How these
men helped to save the cause of democracy is a
story, Boyd tools, that has to be told.
Kirk Douglas and his production partner Ed-
ward Lewis have closed a three-picture deal with
Paramount, with the first one, "Seconds." a sus-
pense tale based on a novel by David Ely. Made in
conjunction with John Frankcnheimers company
it will star co-producer Kirk Douglas.
Douglas' earlier association with Frankenheimer.
Seven Days in May," dealing with a plot against
the President of the United States, has created un-
usual interest throughout the world..
*
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Private Enterprise in Soviet Union and Old Joe's Watch
THE ARREST and
' trial in Russia of
23 men charged with
engaging in free enter-
prise in manufacturing
knitted goods for sale,
recalls an old story
told about Stalin and
his watch. One day
after a conference with
a dozen of his leading execu-
tives, Stalin found his watch
gone. He immediately contact-
ed Beria, his chief G.P.U. man
and ordered him to arrest all
who had been at the confer-
ence. Later, Stalin happened
to pick up an old sock on his
desk and under it was
his watch. Stalin again
called Boria and told
him to release them.
"Tovarish Commis-
sar." replied Beria.
"It's too lateAll have
confessed."
No reporters, says
the New York Times,
were allowed at the trial of the
twenty-three men. Nine were
sentenced to deathapparently
all or most Jews, but we know
of course, there is no anti-
Semitism in Russia. The Com
munists admit there is no anti-
Semitism there.
As regards private enter-
prise, oven Lenin allowed it
under what he called the NEP
plan, when he found the com
munist system sagging. It doc-
seem that there is a very ex-
tensive market for articles
mace by private enterprise in
Russia. Under the Commun-
ist system, there is a shortage
of many articles, such as wheat
and knitted goods. The Com-
munist system seems to excel
in flying.

My friend, Isaac Carmel, who
commutes between Israel and
the United States, has just
reached his eightieth birthday.
He had a birthday party at
which ha made a little speech,
lie said he was proud of being
eighty. Any shnook. he said,
can be seventy, but to bo
eighty you have got to have a
kind of quality.
Privately, Isaac told me that
on the morning of his eightieth
birthday, he filled a glass of
schnapps and said to himself
loud. "L'Chayim Isaac, I wish
you a happy year."
We are constantly in the pro-
cess of a dialogue with our-
selves, but usually it is silent
and the chances are we don't
even hear it.
Somewhere in the Mishna,
there is a discussion about the
time of reciting the morning
prayers. One may say the morn-
ing prayers, we are told, un-
til noon. But how is it legiti
mate to recite the morning
prayers that late? The answer
given by the rabbis is that all
tiie children of Israel are liken
ed unto kings and it is the
habit of kings to sleep late.
Don't say evil things to your-
self. I am afraid that's what
most of us do and we end up
not liking ourselves very much.


Friday, March 13, 1964
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Legislators Condemn Secret Trial in Moscow
R*DS~>UNi$H NINE PERSONS Page 3-C
The
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sentences im
posed m a secret trial in Moscow
memorandum
| physical persecution of the type for alleged economic crimes
and magnitude which they Buffer- disproportionately large n I
Department
poits pi new death sentences im-lsui(| .... ,,, s, riii. ed during the Czars and under hers." The memorandum no
,1 f S,i'l,n- However- *ili;l t^ de-;the closing of synagogues i
i information to partment, it was evident that Jews press abuse of synaeoc-uc .ic-
on six Russian .lews and three...................,.., ,c;
non-Jews charged with alleged indicate that Soviet Jews feared ** receiving drastic sentences ties.
economic crime-, evoked shock in
Washington this week.
MARtr HtnsHTitiD
Harry Hershfield
To Pay Tribute
To Abe C. Fine
Harry Hershfield. international
ly-known cartoonist, humanitarian
and humorist, now in his 78th year,
made a special trip to Miami this
week to pay tribute to Abe C. Fine.
.i long-time friend, who will be hon-
ored at a dinner Saturday at the
I'ontuineblcau Hotel.
The dinner is being given by the
Jewish Convalescent Home of
South Florida, and will serve as
the site of a gala reunion for the
two men.
Hershfield has traveled many
miles and introduced thousands of
the great and near-great on behalf
oi charitable and humanitarian
causes regardless of the religion,
race and creed of the organizations
involved.
Y' Plans Action
For Youngsters
A new series of classes for chil-
dren in modern ballet, under the
direction of Judith Youngerman
Cindy, will be opened for registra-
tion next week at the Southwest
YMHA Branch
The eight-week session will be
divided into two classes: children
from 3 to 5 will be taught Tuesdaj
afternoons at 2:30 p.m.; 6 to 8-
year-olds at 3:30 p.m.
Mrs, Cindy, who has been teach
nice in the Miami area for many
years, has a degree from the Con-
1 'client College of Dance, and
trained with Martha Graham and
e Limon.
Final performance in this year's
aj Celebrity Series for chil-
ler ti and their parent.- will
held on Sunday, 2:30 p.m., at
Miami YMHA. 450 SW 16th
Vvc, it was announced by Mrs.
\ Simon, and Mrs. Irving
i o chairmen ol this series
Miami Brass Quintet, under
lirection of Robert P, Bobo,
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York
Republican, called on the Senate
iloor tor stronger protests to let
the world know how the Ameri-
can people felt about such "bar-
barous acts." Reviewing the his-
tor) Of recent Soviet persecutions
of Jews, he said "this makes it
clear what the aims of the Soviet
Government are in this field."
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, New
York Republican, told the Sen-
ate that the newest sentences
were "a barbaric manifestation
of economic and moral values"
that the sentences were "a de-
liberate attempt to encourage
anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union."
Rep. Abraham Multer. New York
Democrat, said a report on the
newest sentences would be pre-
sented when the House Committee
on Foreign Affair- -tarts debate
'm a pending resolution condemn-
ing Soviet treatment of Jews He
presented to the House a resolu-
tion adopted bj the New York
Democratic Congressional delega-
tion urging the Foreign Affairs
Committee to schedule hearings
on the resolution.
The State Department, mean
while. indicated that serious
thought should be given to a "unit-
ed appeal of private religious or-
ganizations representing world-
wide Jewry and if possible, other
religious group to try to ease
Soviet pressures on Russian Jews."
The suggestion, m line with State
Department stanc's on the issue.
was made in a memorandum pre-
pared at the request of Sen. Keat-
ing who disclosed its content in
a Senate speech.
In his request. Sen. Keating had
urged United States Government
action to prevent excesses against
Soviet Jews. ||e said that the
reply he received from the State
Department "still leave- the maj-
01 issue unresolved."
The reply followed previous
State Department stands which
have included agreement that
there is no question that the
Soviet authorities are implicated
in specific anti-Jewish acts,
that it would nevertheless be
unwise for the United States Gov-
ernment to intervene and that it
would be best if private organi-
zations acted on the matter.
Ml oresenl "Soun'- in Music
Members of the Quintet arc Bobo,
John Hood, William B. Russi II,
Bruce Rapee and Wallace McMur
ray.
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Friday, Mcrch 13, 1964
350 ADL Leaders Expected to Attend
Annual Board Meeting Here Mar. 22
Some 350 ADL leaders from Mi-, ognition as a vice chairman of
ami and points north and west in, B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation
Florida will convene Sunday, Mar. League.
22, at the Everglades Hotel for the, _, ... .
annual meeting of the Florida The business sessions will also
Regional Board of the League. ",du(!e a W* S2S\S
JT nnssioner and Past Florida Board
Coming from Tampa St. Peters- chairman Paul Seiderman on the
1 recently-convened National Com-
mission meeting of the ADL Na-
tional policy on religion in the
schools, separation of church and'
state, cross-bussing and de facto
segregation will be discussed.
The board will receive Nominal
ing Committee Chairman George
Chairing the business sessions, | J. Talianoff's report, including the
which will begin at 9:30 a.m., in | 1965 slate of officers. They are hon
orary chairman. Leonard L. Abess: .
chairman of the board. Burnett
Both; chairman. Executive Com-
mittee, Sam A. Goldstein; vice
chairmen ol the board, William L.
Pallot. Al L. Schneider and Henry
K. Wolff: treasurer, Jack M. Fink;
secretary. Nate Pcrlmuttcr.
Trustees are Chairman Paul
Seiderman. Judge Milton A. Fried
they will join with Miamians in
discussion of problems including
separation of church and state in
Florida and on the so-called pri-
vate club and its significance in
the overall patterns of anti-Semit-
ism.
the Banyan Room of the Ever-
glades Hotel, is Board Chairman
Burnett Roth, who in addition to
his duties as Florida ADL chair-
man, has achieved national rec-
Judge Friedman
To be Speaker
Judge Milton Friedman, of the man, Benjamin Meyers. Judge
Miami Municipal Court, will be j Sam I. Silver and George J. Tali
guest speaker at a membership ; anoff.
breakfast of Harmonv Lodge, B'nai I ,, ... .
B'rith. on Sunday. 9 a.m. at Cor- **'X"\ T"
ky's Restaurant. 900 NE 167th St. "h have been renom,nate< are
* I William Alper. Miami Citv Coin-
Bernard Langsberg is president. missjOIK.r Sidney Aronovitz. Babbi
and Morton B. Luxncr is member- Herbert Baumgard. Al Block ol
Up chairman and vice president. Tallahassee, Harry Botwick. Judge
Judge Friedman is past presi- j Irving Cypen, Hon. Richard E.
dent of District Grand Lodge 5 Gerstein. Charles Goldstein. D
and has been active in community i in Gorman of St. Petersburg. Paul
affairs for many years. Jeffrey of Ft. Pierce. Frank Klein-
Co-chairman with Luxncr of the : fcld of St. Petersburg, George Kro-
Sunday breakfast is Jack Raphael r.engold. Mrs. Arthur G. Laufman
Also to address the lodge will be of Hollywood. Dr. Irving Lehman,
Emanuel Tepper. president of Free- j Mrs. Shepard Lewis of West Palm
com Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Beach. Benjamin Meyers. E. Al-
bert Pallot. A. David Rayvis. Harry
Simonhoff, rMs. Bernard Sup-
north, Sanford M. SwerdUn and
Harry Zukernick.
New Executive Committee mem-
bers who hive been nominated
are Morton L. Annis i Tampa,
Airs. Dorothy Krieger Kink. Jack
Popick and Barnetl Robinson oi
Miami. New board members will
also be up for election.
The highlight of the meeting
will be its luncheon and annual
Leonard L. Abess Human Rela-
tions Award. Recipient of the
1964 award i Dr. Henry King
Stanford, president of the Uni-
versity of Miami. Described as a
"resolute champion of man's
right to freely pursue ideas" and
having "zealously protected the
treasures of education: to teach,
to question, to discover truth in
an atmosphere free of political .
rep ressions or restrictions,"
President Stanford becomes the
ninth recipient of the Abess
Award.
The award, annually presented
by noted philanthropist and long-
time ADL leader Leonard L Abess.
consists of an appropriate plaque
and a grant of $1,000 to ADL for
research in the Held ol human re-
lations.
Previous recipients of the award
have been Gov. LeRoy Collins. Wil-
liam C. Baggs, Dr. H. Franklin
Williams. John B. Orr. Mayor Ro-
bert King High. D. Lee Powell, the
late Abe Aronovitz and C'odv Fow-
ler.
"Your Gilt Makes the Difference,'' theme of the 1964 Combined
Jewish Appeal, is graphically portrayed in this window al
Jordan Marsh Department Store, 1501 Biscayne Blvd. The win-
dow, which illustrates the work of the local agencies of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation and of the Combined Jewish
Appeal through UJA and its agencies overseas, ciso projects
the 1964 campaign goal of SI,386.500.
Temple Menorah To Hear Review
Final book review in the cur- t of the author who, .- a tussian
rent Temple Menorah series will ,.mj;,r0- ijve(, m p-,.^, and
be presented hv Rabbi Mavei .
., i iicipatcd in Its Wax IOr llll-Tattnn
Abramowitz on Sunday evening at "" '' """
7-so nm from lni' Germ: ccupatl
7:30 p.m.
The hook. "Promise at Dawn."
.. ..pat
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Mrs '^ck Hartley (left) and Mrs. Myron Singer (riqht) are two
- volunteer models who will present tne "New Look of
'64' : exclusive Couturier Creation* fr^m S'ks Fifth Avenue
Co'..i-.-.on at the Young Women's Division Luncheon at the
: Plaza Hotel on Mar. 24. Mrs. Hartley wears a Philip
gown, and Mrs. Sinqer wears an elegant formal from
. phie collection.
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Section B
'New Look of '64 Luncheon'
On Tap for Young Women
New Look of '64" will highlight
the no-minimum donation city-
wide luncheon of the Young Wom-
en's Division of Combined Jewish
Appeal at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
on Tuesday. Mar. 24. it was an-
nounced by Mrs. D Lawrence
Sherman, chairman.
Presenting the "New Look ol
'64" exclusive couturier creations,
courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue.
will be members of the Young
Women's Division. They will show
both informal and formal wear
from Saks' collection of originals
designed by Sophie. Philip lluli
tar. and other leading couturiers.
Mr- C.oida Weissman Klein will
be guest speaker at the Young
Women's Division luncheon. Mrs.
Klein's m o v i n g autobiography.
All but My Life," based on her
experiences in Nazi-occupied Eu-
rope, has been heralded as one of
the great human documents to
come out of World War II.
The luncheon Committee repre
senting all areas of Dade County.
has planned the "New Look of
'64" luncheon to tell the Combined
Jewish Appeal story to all young
women in Dade County, and also
to invite them to share in the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal which sup-
ports equally important programs
here and in Israel and 30 coun-
tries throughout the world.
Members of the Luncheon Com-
mittee include Mrs. William Bind-
er. Mrs. Richard BricKman, Mr-
Phillip Bloom. Mrs. Daniel Franco.
Mrs. Robert Hart. Mrs. Robert
Sussman, Mrs. Marvin Tavel and
Mrs. Howard Trinz.
Members of the Young Women's
Division Board, which is carrying
' on an outstanding program of ed-
ucation and participation on be-
half of Combined Jewish Appeal,
includes Mrs. Albert Weintraub.
chairman; Mrs. William Binder.
Nominating Committee; Mrs. Mar-
shall Harris, education chairman;
Mrs. Sam Luby. Jr.. campaign
chairman; and Mrs. Benedict Sil-
verman, advisor.
sunshine faslnons
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"New Look of '64" is the title of the Young Women's Division
!io-r:.-.mum dona'.ion luncheon at the Dupont Plazu Hotel on
Tue = _-.v. Mar. 24. Mrs. D. Lawrence Sherman (left), luncheon
chaiis-.an, introduces Mrs. Robert Hart (centei) end Mrs. Wil-
?:nder (right), two leading members of the Luncheon
~:iiee.
Emanu El Sisterhood To
Honor Many Past Chiefs
At Luncheon Slated Here
! ol Temple Kmanu-FI
anniversary luncheon
he honoring "I all pasl
-.
in-, tnts who have served the
since it was organized
Mrs Morris Rubin. Mrs.
Helen Jamison, Mrs. Isadorc New
man, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. Mrs.
Arthur Klein, Mrs. Harry G. Rog-
v |ra C. Walsey, Mrs. Jack
1 Falk Sirs E. Alien Becker, Mrs.
ypen, Mrs Sherman Kap-
li ". M George Goldberg, Mis.
M'lton smith and Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein.
"f these, ten are still active
hoard i.embers, carrying major
chairra; i>hips and responsibilities.
Mm Alexander Kogan is cur
lent Sisterhood president.
Theme of the luncheon will be
Open Your Heart to Sisterhood."
Mis. Jacob Glassman is luncheon
chairman. Committee members
are Mrs. Martin Smith, hostess
chairman; Mrs. Alexander Gor-
don, table decorations; Mrs. The-
odore Zalles, Mis Charles Rosen
rarten, Mrs. Sam Wiesen, Mrs.
Harold Levey, door; Mrs. Tobias
Sussman. favors; Mrs. Philip Neu-
wirth. tickel>. Mrs. Max Boder-
mail, arrangements; Mrs. Herbert
Shapiro, program; Mrs Raymond
Goodman, clerical; Mrs. Joseph M
Lipton and Mrs. Samuel L.pton.
patrons; Mrs. Theodore K.pn.s
Mrs Murrav Schwartzman and
Mr> Reuben Levin, members at
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Plans for the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital sec-
ond annual President's Ball are discussed by
eaders: standing (left to right) E. Albert Pal-
iot. vice president; Saul Silberman, trustee;
Harry L. Lewis, president; Morris Lomaskin;
ctnd S. K. Bronstein, administrator. Seated
Cedars Facilities Being Endowed
(left to right) are Mrs. Stanley Myers Auxil-
iary president, Mrs. Ted Lotterman, Mrs. Pal-
lot, Mrs. Lomaskin, Mrs. Benjamin Oren and
Mrs. Lewis. The social event is scheduled
for April at the Doral Beach Hotel.
Newly-constructed facilities at
collars of Lebanon Hospital are
being endowed by a group of civic
loaders and business executives,
it has been announced this week
by Harry L. Lewi-, hospital presi-
dent.
A pace setter in the contributors'
category, Saul Silberman opened
the fifth floor Silberman Pavilion
;< month ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector
have endowed the entire sixth
lloor, and patients are now occu-
pying a substantial section of the
wing
Louis Pallot has endowed a
room on the second floor in the
Maternity Wing. Johnnie Feller
has donated the costs of the fifth
loor Nurses' Station, and Rob-
ert Merrit also endowed furnish-
ings of a patient room on the
second floor.
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Other rooms have been endowed
bv Dr. Richard Finchell. Frank
Levitas, M. David Blumberg, Sam- of statf.
uel Danels and William McDonald
Jr.
Also Charles Charcowsky, Jacob
Sher. Sam C. Levenson. the Albert
Dubbin family. Morris Lomaskin.
Philip Warshaw, J. S. Garvett,
J. M. Kratze. flyman Stern. Jos-
eph Krefetz, Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Green
blatt. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Landtield.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has
recently completed the upper three
Uoors, ad ing it."> patient beds to
the existing 108 beds on the first
three floors.
The 126,000 sq. ft. modern med-
ical center is approved by the
Joint Commission on Accredita-
tion of Hospitals, and is a mem-
ber of the South Florida Hospi-
tal Council, Florida Hospital As-
sociation, and the American Hos-
pital Association, and is licensed
by the State of Florida.
Names Added
To Tree of Life
Temple Beth Am will add the
names of the following families to
the Tree of Lite in the new Tem-
pi* lobby, on Friday evening.
These names added are in recog-
nition ril support to the nou build-
ing fund:
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Goldstein.
Dr. ;.nd Mrs. Edward Jeruss, Mr.
and Mrs, Merlyn Krueger. Mr.
and Mrs. Garj Salzman, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Salem, Dr. and Mrs
Allan Michaclson, Mr. and Mrs,
Edward Bramson, Mr and Mrs
Manuel Flashman.
Mr and Mrs Donald Frank. Mr
and Mrs, Gerald Klugerman, Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Morse. Mr and
Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg, Mr anl
Mrs. Arnold Simon. Mr and Mrs
Herbert Sobel. Mr and Mrs. Mar
tin Stein, Mr. and Mrs Herman
Mark.- and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eis-
en man
The non-profit, non-sectarian
community hospital i- located at
1321 NW 14th St.. In the heart of
Miami's civic and Medical Center.
Administrator is S. K Bron-
stein, and Dr. Max Pepper is chief
leach Chapter
,lates Functions
Continuing with ** *">'*
elebrationi during the month of
larch the (allowing Miami Beach
!ada->ah Croups have slated func-
ions
Bay Harbor Group will hold a
outh Aliyah luncheon and must-
alatthe Eden Roc Hotel on Wed-
Mday. Chairman is Mrs. Joseph
:pstein. and president is Mrs. G
loberts.
Esther Group will hold a Youth
livah luncheon on Tuesday noon
t the Algiers Hot*! Bom >'*""
oprano. vvill present musical se-
ctions Honored donor- Will I*"
resented with certificates, and
rizes will be awarded to winners
f a contest on an essa> on Youth
uyab Luncheon chairman is Mrs
Aaron Tipper, and president is
Mrs llattie Salir.
Southgate Group has scheduled
a Youth Ahyah celebration tor
Thursday, Mar. 19. at the Ahior-
Hotel. Committee in charm are
Mi- Joseph Borack, Mrs Pearl
Elkin and Mrs. .lack Homalsky
President is Mrs. Joseph Rosen-
berg.
Exhibit at Beth David
Mrs. Rosa l.evitan. attorne) and
artist, is in charge of the exhibit
at which Shirley 1 Green vi\f\ thou
paintings, graphics and woodcuts,
sponsored by Mt. Scopus Hadassah
Monday afternoon at Beth David
Social Hall. Marion Smith, noi
trait painter, will make sketches
of people viewing the exhibit
Sholom Ladies
Meet Wednesday
In Lounge
Sisterhood of Temple B
loin will hold it- regulai montblj
meeting on Wednesday, 12 Ktp.n-
in the Sisterhood Louni
nig to an announcement bj Mrs,
Leo Levin, president.
A program oi Passovei ill bv
presented under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Leon Timer Mi- Mathe.v
(onuuanday. of the Temple The*
plan group, will give group of
dramatic readings from Jewish
tolklore. and Mrs. Solomon Gold-
man will demonstrate decoration
(ur a festive Seder table
Relro.tnvients will be served un
der the chairmanship oi Mrs Jack
Shapiro, hospitality i!
The fourth in a series of five
i,ok reviews, sponsored by the Kronish spiritual lead,,
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, pie Beth Sholom wiII reyie Thi
,s slated for Monday. 1:30 p.m., at Shoes Of the Fisherman b> Mo-.
(he Algiers Hotel Rabbi Leon ris 1. West
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Celebrating her 90th birthday, Mrs. jos.e Goldstrom. of
Miami Beach, cuts a cake at the annual Fannie B. Lorber
luncheon in Miami of the Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital at Denver. The cake is baked in *he shape
of a new cottage the hospital plans to erect soon to handle
the larae number of asthama sufferers seekinq admission.
Aiding Mrs. Goldstrom are Robin Selkowitz 14, of Miami, an
asthma sufferer rehabilitated at the Denver hospital; Dr. Con-
stantine Falliers, medical director of CARIH; Mrs. Abraham
L. Mellk, of Maplewood, N.J., a member of CARIH's National
Auxiliary Board; and Jan Marjorie Greenfield 14, of Coral
Gables, who also was rehabilitated at the Denver hospital.
The hospital is a non-profit organization which provides free
treatment *o asthma sufferers.
Rabbi Schiff Will Review Book
Sisterhood and Men's Club of leader of Beth El, and president
Congregation Beth El will sponsor, of the Rabbinical Association of
a book review on Tuesday evening Greater Miami, will review "The
in Dora August Auditorium, Conversion of Chaplain Cohen."
There will be entertainment and
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual refreshments.
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Noted Israeli Emissary to Address
Pioneer Women's Annual Donor Lunch
"A Way oi Life" is to be the
theme of the 24th annual donor
luncheon of the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women.
The event is scheduled to be held
on Sunday, 12:30 p.m.. in the Ball
room of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs. Milton Green, Council pres-
ident, and member of Greater
National Board, is chairman of the
affair. Mrs. Fred Sandier will pre-
sent the invocation, and Mrs. Rae
Weinstein will sing the anthems,
accompanied by Mrs. William Sok-
oloff. Mrs. Moses Meyer will de-
liver the keynote address.
A dramatic presentation. "A Way
of Life," commemorating Pioneer
Women's 40th anniversary, is be-
ing narrated by Mrs. Jeannette
Miller, with Miss Yusko Aiko sing-
ing, accompanied by Mrs. Esther
Barrett.
Guest speaker. Mrs. Rahcl Ho-
ter-Ishay, is a special emissary to
Pioneer Women from its sister or-
ganization, Moetzet Ha poalol,
(Working Women's Council) in Is-
rael. She is a well-known eiucator
and lecturer, with a deep under-
standing of women's problems in
cities and vilages.
The Hebrew University recently
presented Mrs. [shay with the
Morris Katz Award for her re-
search project on problems of
adult education.
Born in Israel. Mrs. [shay is a
member oi a distinguished family
and a graduate oi Herzlia, the first
Hebrew High School in Palestine.
She also studied at the renowned
Jean Jacques Rousseau Institute
in Geneva. Switzerland. She is the
wife of Col. Hoter [shay, first
Judge Advocate General of Israel's
Army and an officer of a British
fighting unit in World War II.
Some 650 guests are expected at
the annual function, with Mes-
dames Abraham Seltzer and Anna
Quaker in charge of hostesses, and
Mrs. Sally Barr responsible for
physical arrangements.
There are nine Pioneer Women
Clubs in Greater Miami.
MKS. nAHtl HOTttliHAY
Brandeis Women Slate Night Out
Louis D. Brandeis Women's
Club will sponsor a night out at
the Algiers Hotel on Saturday
evening, 7:30 p.m., featuring a
roast beef dinner. In charge of
reservations is Mrs. Frieda Dick-
ens,
Next Wednesday, the club will
hold a card party at the Work-
men's circle Center. 25 Washing-
ton Ave
Recently, the Louis D. Brat-
deis Club presented a check for
S500 to National Children's Car-
diac Hospital. Mrs. Ruth Schu'-
diner, president, who made th-;
presentation on behalf of the clul
said the funds will be used for
an isolation room at the hospita -
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FUN AT THE BARNETTS
Simmic Barnett diqXt get any further away
than the living room in her own house the night
that she and Paul entertained at cocktails. She
said the guests all said everything was delicious,
but she didn't have first-hand information. Steve.
Suzanne and Scott, who helped host with their
parents, all agreed that their folks had the
swingin-est bunch of friends to help them cele-
brate their 25th anniversary. The younger Bar-
netts also had some of their own friends. Since
the town has grown so, the evening gave old
friends from all over the county a chance to
see and talk to each other. Among guests were
Miriam and Ed Leven, Bunny and Jay Schwartz.
Rose and Burton Kahn, Florence and Harry
Markowitz. Esther and Al Green, Gladys and
Mike Cowen, Grace and Nat Strauss, Alberta and
Bill Pallot, Mayor and Mrs. Melvin Richard,
Judge and Mrs. Sam Silvers, Dr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Botwick. and
Mr. and Mrs. Irv Steinhorn.
* *
TIME OUT
It was an intimate family dinner party at
the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
The Rabbi didn't wear a Yarmulka or the halo
that everyone thinks he deserves as chairman
of Combined Jewish Appeal. He was simply
Rose Moseson's brother welcoming her fiance,
Harry Rott, into the family. Belle's folks. Dr.
and Mrs. Israel Goldfarb, have been visiting the
past few weeks. Dr. Goldfarb spends most of
his time composing music. One of his best known
is the lamous liturgy for 'Sholcm Aleichem."
* *
BYE-BYE LEATRICE
Minan (Mrs. Philip) Schiff and Charlotte
I.Mrs. Leonard) VVolpe wrote a song for the
surprise going-away luncheon at the Country
Store to speed Lea trice Lieberman on her way
lo her new home. They all gave her a camera
so she could take pictures of her husband
Haskell better known as Charlie, the two chil-
dren. David and Bobby, and especially "I the
new baby arriving in July. Among the guests
expecting Leatrice to send them pictures were
Roz (Mrs. Gerald 1 Soltz. Marilyn (Mrs Charles)
Freefield. Shirley (Mrs. Arthur) Grossman,
Sonia (Mrs. Richard) Horwich. Eileen (Mrs.
Murray) Levine.
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HELLO YOUNG LOVERS
The young lovers were at Westview Country
Club the night that Felice and Samuel I.ipton
entertained with a cocktail party and late sup-
per. It was in honor of their daughter Iris' en-
gament to Steven Schultz. Petite Iris was all
in pink and looked adorable. In the entrance
a decorative floral heart arrangement in pink
and white carried greetings to the young lov-
ers from the Liptons and Steven's parents. Matil-
da and Stephen Schultz. Floral framed pictures
of the couple and their family made a good
conversation piece. In the dining room tall
holders which looked as if they were suspended
from the ceiling spilled out a profusion of red
and white flowers on the round tables. When
the music and dancing stopped, a strolling ac-
cordionist look over. Among guests were Mr,
and Airs. Murray Drexler. Mr. and Mrs. E, Al-
len Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Meyer. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Boderman. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carrier. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Lipton, Mr. and Mrs. Jules (."banning,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Sussklnd, Mr. and Mrs. Chick Chaiken, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mr and Mrs. Philip Neu-
wirth. Mr. and Mrs. Carle Weinkle, the Sam
Levensons and Sidney Lefcourts. Iris and
Stephen cut the five-tiered pink and white en-
gagement cake, and danced the first dance.
FRANCES LEHMAN
.
Anniversary Couple To Share Blessings With Old Residents
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged, 1
will hold a birthday party at Doug-
las Gardens on Sunday, 2 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silverman, life '
members and workers for the j
Home, celebrating their 42nd wed-!
ding anniversary, will host the af-|
lair.
Mrs. Silverman, now honorary
president, served as president of
the Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary, Jewish Home for the Aged
from 1951 to 1961. She is chairman
of the building fund, corresponding
secretary of the parent body group
and a member of the Home's Ad-
mission Committee.
Silverman has stimulated the
growth of the Home's Thrift Shop sent a program of Gypsy music,
from a small one-room operation and Mrs. Ila Roller Marks, who will
to its present quarters at 7300 NW I sing. Mrs. Louis Hoberman. Is
27th Ave. rac|j folk dancer, will also
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, will introduce Elmer
Horosny, violinist, who will pre-
Post 85 to Mark Legion Birthday
On Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m.,
Miami Beach Post 85 will celebrate
the 45th birthday of the American
Legion. Celebration will be in the
Post Home, 1828 Alton Rd.
It will also observe the 36th
birthday of Post 85, which received
its charter in 1928. Past comman-
ders of the post will be honored.
Commander Henry Coleman an-
nounced that a committee has
been appointed to make all ar-
rangements under the chairman
ship of Past Commander Maurice
"Doc" Klein, former councilman
and vice mayor of Miami Beach.
even after passover, people
keep eating Streit's matzos!
why not!
Streit's Matzos ar so crisp and tasty you'll want to enjoy them all the
time! They're extra fresh.. .extra crisp.. .'cause Streit's makes them right!
Better keep a box of Streit's Matzos nearby.. .you can't stop eating them.
Streit's Has Everything Kosher For Passover!
under rabbinical supervision of
RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK
RABBI C. BIALIK
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MATZO MEAL. CAKE MIXES
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South Dade Chapter, Women's Division, American Technion
Society, hold a member-bring-a-member coffee at the home
of Mrs. Maxwell Dauer, with the program including a film,
"Technion Israel Institute of Technology." Left o right
are Mrs. Meyer Brilliant, program vice president; Mrs. Max-
well Dauer. financial secretary and hostess,- Mrs. Moron
Fellman. president; and Mrs. Henry Balaban, guest artis'.
Cancer Society Paces for '64
Mrs. Mark Kubi'., diva chairman
for the Pcrrine-Cutler Ridge area
for the 1964 American Cancer So
ciety residential campaign, this
week expressed her appreciation
to Shalom Chapter ol B'nai B'nth
for deciding to ad pl as .1 -1 e
project tin a.- istancc ol the 1 an
c er Socii ly in their residential
campaign efforts "
Mrs Rubin, ;i three > ear \ eter
an Hi this campaign, made special
mention of the chapter president,
Mrs. Lillian Gordon, lor her coop
eration, "We certainly can use all
the help we can get." Stal 'd Mr."
Rubin. "In terms <: furtheri
against this cruel
we have only this ne crusadi 1
year in which to raise the
ecessarj for us ti carrj 1
S n ituhm and her .1"
.Hid were recently
with an 81-.- lb. boy, Jen
also have a little year I 1 1
Stacie, she w .1- so cute
year."' remarked Susan.
her with me hen I wenl
door to door, she was ver
suasive."'
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Friday, Marcli 13. 1964
JewiEtfi Meridian
Page 5-B
Mildred
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Cooking
Corner
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When a fami
two, those cu'.=
be purchased j
tions. Or are
for two. are -'
frequently u>e i
speed and sate
such dishes as t
burgers, or braili
Ihem especial:;
cook who i- j--
.in(i for whom I
than cost. fl
ly even th
vary her mi "
suggesting t a
made with a '.
tion cut, lam'; -r
The Shank- ..
leg "i the lair >
.in.' le fount e-i p
bout a pour.'
is s< Id with pj--
the lower hire
more attracti
also in order
nmrc easilv in*
numbers only
t meal which can
individual por-
;~l large enough
aurally the mosi
in the menu. The
ri preparation ol
eaks, chops, ham-
r. i chickens make
appealing to the
I a wage earner.
::ne means more
Lever, occasional
ii-l cook likes to
o today we are
-lies, which are
er known one-por-
anks.
the upper fore
and Consist of a
ece which weighs
Often the meat
of the breast and
attached. For
appearance, and
lave the meat fit
:he cooking dish.
these extra parts should be cut
BWay. If you like, they may be
cooked along with the shanks,
then served Itaer as a separate
meal, or they can be used in lamb
Stew or as barbecued lamb. If you
enjoy bone marrow, have the
butcher cut part way through the
center of the shank piece. The
resulting dish will be little less
attractive, but it will enable you
to enjoy the succulent interior of
the bone.
We do admit in advance that
lamb shanks take somewhat more
time to cook than speedy broiled
ishes. but both of today's recipes
are such masculine favorites that
we are suggesting ways in which
they can be worked into a busy
schedule. Since the actual work
r>f preparation in both is very lit-
tle and they require no watching
once they begin to cook, the re-
cipes could be prepared at a time
when the cook is spending a few-
hours at home attending to other
duties. The Lamb Shanks with
Pineapple, an oven dish, could be
baked along with several others
for a complete Sunday dinner.
Zesty Lamb Shanks, with their
rich flavor, are simmered on top
of the stove, and could be pre-
pared during an evening at home,
then refrigerated and reheated for
a quick next-day's dinner. Both
of these dishes can be frozen. And
if you wish, both can also be pre-
pared for a larger number by in-
creasing all the ingredients in
proportion.
Lamb Shanks with Pineapple
2 lamb shanks
1 No. 1 flat can crushed
pineapple
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
2 tablespoons frozen orange
juice concentrate
Visitor is Made
Honorary Hostess
At Service Center
Mrs. Blan
ol Providence
an honorar
I Bca
ter
Klitznar Dember,
: has been made
hostess of the
rvicemen's Cen
Mrs". Dei- b
laining
Stai
she ind her -
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1);isi ancf* h
h ter t.
the> added c
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been enter-
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the a] e ol 6,
Bill, enter-
at milit: rj
Is. Believing
i apeutic value,
to their or Zj
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yom -, moth
;k live with t.: >
ever, she h
viei en. i i
for a short .
v ith arm.-
linxs at the S
here.
ing nurse and
. Dember is
Scouts, How
ii gotten the ser
l ro Miami Beach
. she came
ith gifts lor the
. icemen's Center
Her parent j
ry Klittner,
Am., spend a
ter in Miami B
to bring so:
vicernen.
and Mrs, liar
272 Washington
part of every win-
:i and newer fail
[ for the ser
Mrs. Blanche Dember giceted
b" Mrs, Maurice Klein.
Rabbi's Wife
To be Honored
Mrs. .hick Schwartz, president
of the Bikur Cholim of the Israel
it. (enter, announces that a lun-
cheon will be held on Wednesday
noon to welcome Mrs. S. T. Swir-
sky. wife of.the new spiritual lead-
er ot the Center.
Co-chairmen for the luncheon
are the Mesdames Pearl Ciment,
Elsie Eisner. Jack Kinkelstein,
Bella Izaks. and Dorothy Silver.
Mrs. Julius Steinberg is the tic-
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Salt and pepper
Have the lower bone and any
attached breast meat removeo
from the shanks. Remove also any
excess fat. Sprinkle the meat on
all sides with salt and pepper to
taste and place the shanks side
by side in a casserole which can
be brought to the table. Com-
bine all the remaining ingredients
and pour over the meat. Do not
dilute the orange juice concen-
trate. Cover the casserole tightly
and bake at 350 (legs. F. about 1' a
hours, until the lamb is very tend-
er. Serve from the casserole.
This amount makes two portions.
Zesty Lamb Shanks
2 Iamb shanks
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 12-oz. can vegetable juice
cocktail
2 small, whole carrots, scraped
2 medium-small onions, peeled
1 very small clove garlic,
minced
2 tablespoons red wine
Salt and pepper to taste
Have the lower bone and any
attached breast meat removed
from the shanks. Remove also
any excess fat. Heat the oil in a
heavy saucepan over medium
heat, add the shanks and brown
well. Pour off all the fat in the
pan. Add all the remaining in-
gredients, bring to a boil, then
simmer, covered, until the meat
is tender, about 116 hours. Skim
off any surface fat. This dish is
equally good with mashed potatoes,
boiled noodles, rice, or kasha.
The recipe serves two.
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bv ISABEL GRCVE
Intimate family wedding Fri
lay for Mrs. Ida R. Beck, of Cor-
il Gables, and William D. Singer.
Hoyal Castle board chairman .
Following the nuptials, to be held
in t h e bridegroom's Brickcll
and has been active in county
and state politics.
Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen, of 16
W. DiLido Dr.. DiLido Island,
will entertain at a miscellaneous
shower on Saturday, from 2 to 4
p.m.. in honor of her cousin. Miss
Iris Weiss Iris, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Weiss, of
58G0 SW 10th St.. Miami, recent-
ly became engaged to Albert
Mintus Mr. Mintus is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Manning A.
Mintus. of 1750 Washington Ave.
. Decorative colors will be
green, white and silver .
Entertainment will include
strolling accordionist Miss Bar-
bara O'Hare, song duets by Mrs.
Bernice Keel- and Mrs Lil;i
Furches Miss Evelyn Shear-
ston will sing and play piano,
and there will be piano selec-
tions by (Catherine Patterson .
Guests will include Principal
Mrs. Bernice Keels and faculty
members of Kensington Park
Elementary School, where Miss
Weiss teaches first grade .
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss, senior
hostess, and Kyle and Melanie
Cohen, junior hostesses .
Members of both the pro-pee
tive bride an.I groom's families
and friends will attend.
aid i Prulterman, five grandchil-
dren, and a great- grandchild on
the way.
Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Graham, ol
Leeds, England, being entertain-
ed heii' by relative- ... On Tues-
day. Edythe and Jules Freeman
will have a party for 50 at their
South Miami home Expected
guests include the hostess- par-
ents. Anne and Israel Teitch. the
Franks. Middy and Robert. Bert-
ram and Gloria Kfare. the Jack
Smalls, the Joe Oreenbergs, Dr.
and Mrs Sender Stolove, of Hol-
lywood. Fla. Stella (Mrs.
Graham is a sister of Sir Barnet
Janner. member of British Par-
liament .
Former Miami Beachite, Molly
Misheloff. now returned to her
new home in Los Angeles, Calif.,
alter a three-week visit here with
cousin Ann Sadowsky Among
friends entertaining Molly here
are Mr. and Mrs. William Cohan.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Berne. Mr.
ami Mrs. Al Passes. Mr. and Mrs
Harry Schuldiner and Mr, and
Mrs. Irving Rabin.
Delightful brunch for old and
new friends at the Barcelona on
Sunday, hosted by Hie Chapman-.
E Ina and Jimmy: the Lewins,
Ian and Harold, and the Len
kowskys, Anne and Nat .
Guests included Fan's mother,
Vetta Cream, and out-of-towners.
Mr and Mrs. Benne KM/.. Man
haltan Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Finkelstein, Long Beach.
and Mrs. Sarah Gross, Brook-
lyn .
Friends of Robin Zelkowitz so
delighted to have her back in
town, they feted her at a surprise
party Saturday night at the Mi-
ami Beach home of Eva Won I-
farth Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Harold Zelkowitz. 2117 SW
19th Ter 13-year-old Robin, a
student at the Hebrew Academy,
spent 11 months in the Asthmatic
Home in Denver .
Expected Sunday from New
York. Mrs. Mae Lepselter will be
houseguest of sister Roz and Len
Zilbert in their North Bay Island
home The Zilherts' son has
been accepted at the Universitj
(it Florida Graduating from
Beach Hi in June, the outstand
ing 16-year-old student i- plan
ning > career in medicine.
one entry equalled on.' ribbon
for I.ili Duntox whose orchid i x
hibit, "Epiden, rum Radicans,"
was .indued best at the flower
show given las) weekend at the
Garden Center by the four Miami
Beach Garden Clubs .
Phyllis and Joe Kreletz. leav-
ing soon for an extended tour of
Europe, entertained 40 friends at
cocktails and dinner Saturday
evening in their Coral Gable-
waterfront home Guests in
eluded the Joseph Kleins, the Isa
dore Berks, the Ben Essens and
the Norman Harrows.
Passover in Israel and reunion
with son Alan and his family for
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin leav-
ing in April Alan, at pre.-en-
in Rome on a year's grant from
the Ford Foundation, is on the
faculty at Columbia Universit)
in the Government Depart
ment .
A weekend business trip for
Bernard Zipp who jetted in from
California and stayed with broth
er and sister-in-law Monnie and
Edith Zipp ... All too little time
to catch up "ii new-, and actit
tie. of the five children I I',. |
raid has promise ; a longer visit
soon with wife Jean ami their
t\.....ffspring,
Stevenson Charms Miami at Eleanor Roosevelt Rally
IDA R. BECK
to wed William Singer
'11w ii House apartment, the cou-
ile v. iil sail (in the SS France lor
n otended honeymoon trip .
singer, past member of the State
load Board and Chamber of
Commerce Government Research
'ouncil, i.- well known for his
civic and community activities,
Golden wedding anniversary
for Mr. and Mrs. Myer Mosko-
witz. of 1849 James Ave., to be
celebrated with a dinner tor
friends and family on Sunday at
the Martinique Hosts will be
Dr. and .Mrs. ,1. S. Beilly. friends
of the honoree- for over -10 years
. Mr. and Mrs. Moskowitz.
originally from Brooklyn, have
two daughters. Ruth (Mrs. Paul)
Steinberg and Grace (Mrs. Ger-
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Open House and Reception
to honor our new Rabbi
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SUNDAY, MARCH 15th, from 2 to 5 P.M.
in our Social Hall, 3198 SW. 24th Terrace
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Setting a whirlwind pace faster
than any he ever displayed m
Florida when twice campaigning
for the presidency. Ambassador
Adlai E. Stevenson dramatical!}
pushed forward the causes ol
human rights, the Eleanor Roose-
velt Memorial Foundation, the
United Nations and this nation's
foreign policy during a two-day
visit to South Florida this week.
The United States representa-
tive to the UN was at his best in
fielding scores of question- at two
major press conferences in Wesl
Palm Beach and Miami, speaking
at luncheons in Palm Beach and
Miami, and addressing dinners in
his honor in Miami Beach ami
Palm Reach.
He said the Roosevelt Founda-
tion, initiated by the late Presi-
dent John F. Kennedy and the
first ever chartered by Congress,
is embarking on a gigantic pro-
gram of human rights this year
with the initial proceeds of a
nationwide campaign to raise
$25,000,000.
The two-time Democratic nomi-
nee for the Democratic Party,
whose chances for the Vice Presi-
dency were reportedly boosted by
the strong showing of former UN
Envoy Henry Cabot Lodge in New-
Hampshire, said "I would gladly
accept an invitation from Mr.
Johnson to be his running mate,
but I don't really expect to be
asked."
Former Congressman Bill Lan-
taff, Food Fair Chairman Sam
Friedland, and political and com
Open House Reception
Israelite Center is having open
house and reception for Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky and his family Sun-
day from 2 to 5 p.m.. in the social
hall. Rabbi Swirsky is new spirit-
ual leader at the Center.
munal leader Col Jacob Arve> t>> provide for the extensive c<
served as Greater Miami chair- lections of Mr-. Roosevelt, Air-
men leu' tin' Foundation's efforts bassador Philip M Klutznick, na-
Two new wings to the FDR Lib- lional campaign chairman, ri
ran at Hyde Park will be added ed.
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To Buy Bus
The home of .Mrs. Richard Tou-
by, 57 Samana Dr., will be the set-
ling lor a dessert coffee -i
ed by the Miami Y" Women's
1 Auxiliary on Monday at 12:30 p.m.
The group this year has mi or-
taken the project ol providing a
new bus for the Miami YMH \ to
be uscl in i'ic children's and senior
citizens' pro-rams.
Mrs. Jack Amazon, president ol
the group, announces that Mrs.
.Stanley Spieler. Mrs. Eugene llei
man. Mr-. Jerome Kramer, Mis
Richard Touby and Mrs. Arthur
Stein arc in charge of arrange
mer.ts for the dessert coffee.
Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal i- mem-
bership chairman.
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood will honor Sisterhood members
who have completed five or more donors at its second an-
nual "Donor Night" affair at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sun-
day at 6:30 p.m. Completing plans for the function are (left
to right) Mrs. Jerome Himmelfarb, projects vice chairman;
Mrs. Henry Lippman, donor records chairman; and Mrs. Eli
King, donor affairs chairman. Plans are also currently being
mapped for the organization's annual donor luncheon Apr.
16 at the Doral Beach Hotel.
Suburban League
In New Project
Members of the Suburban
League have adopted a new ser-
vice program at Variety C'hil-
o'ren's Hospital, it was announced
this week by Mrs. Charles Him-
niel. president.
Starting Mar. 15. volunteers will
assist in the management of the
new reception booth. Duties will
consist of relieving the switch-
board, giving intormation to work-
in- parents on the condition of
their sick children, and acting as
receptionists for visitors entering
the hospital,
Mrs. Lawrence I). I.andy heads
up the new volunteer project.
The i^roup, which supports care
ol tuo indigent cancer patients
;.t Variety, has also announced a
tummage -ale to be held Mar. 16
in 21 at Perrine shopping Center
from 8:30 to 5 p.m.. daily.
Co chairmen arc Mrs. Norman
A Share and Mrs. Edward S.
Pcldman, Merchandise and equip
men) needed include clothes racks.
hangers, tables, and paper bags.
New members who have recent
rolled in the sen ice organi-
zation arc Mrs. Milton Goodman
Mi- Herb Dickler, Mis. Harris
Klein, Mrs. Jordan Matlm. Mrs.
Walter Mason, Mrs. Albert Wein-
traub, and Shirley Blum.
Speech Contest Next Week
Annual elimination speech con-
test >ponsored by the George
Gershvt in Lodge 196 is scheduled
tor Monday, 7 p.m in the Boule-
vard Hotel, and Tuesday. 7:30
p.m., in the President Madison
Hotel. The Lodge offers $5,000 in
scholarships. Chairman of the
Youth Welfare Committee is Mau-
rice Bernard.
Rabbi Stern en Television
Rabbi Tibor II. Stern will present
pre-Passover program on Sun-
day, 10:30 a.m.. on the Jewish Wor-
ship Hour sponsored by Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association over
Ch. 10.
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Passover is a warm holiday and
a good time to offer your family
and guests an extra measure of
pleasure by serving them Yuban
Coffee, the premium coffee of
General Foods.
As you might expect. Yuban
costs a little more than regular
coffee, but the difference in taste
i- more than worth the difference
in cost. The taste tells you that
here i> a codec made from the
pick of the coffee beans, aged
carefully, deep roasted, and blend-
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that can't lie matched
your company will ask for sec
and and third cups when you serve
Yuban coffee, so be sure to make
enough lor all those coffee-lovers
in the crowd.
Yuban is available in regulai
and instant. Try both and you'll
quickly realize that you can't
make or serve a better cup of cof-
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Etman Fur
Fashion Show
At Belle Plaza
A fashion show with furs and
narration by I. K. Etman will open
a Sunday night series of special
events at the Belle Plaza on Belle
Isle. Furs will be modeled by
members of the Belle Plaza Wom-
en's Club. The series is directed
by the Belle Plaza Men's and
Women's Clubs.
Etman is widely known as one
of Israel's first pioneers. He at- i
tended Haifa Engineering School j
and was a patriot in the Haganah. I
His furs were on display at the
Court of Peace in the previous New
York World's Fair.
Owner of a fur shop in the Pi
Lido Hotel and his own plant in
New York. Etman recently applied
for a federal patent on the inter-
change and intricate construction
of two colors in mink. He also de-
signed the new "tulip" stole as a
departure from the mink stole ol
the past two decades,
q Models include the Mesdames
Daniel Newman, Harry Steiger,
Harold Goodstein. Samuel Miller,
Arthur Sommerfield. Nat Wolf.
Edith Thai. Lillian B. Swartz. Hil-
da Kabaker and Anne J. Harris.
Commentator will be Helen Al-'
pert. Women's Club president.
Planning to provide wheels for children of the Miami YMHA
in the form of a new bus are (left to righ*.) Mrs. Richard Touby
Mrs. Stanley Spieler, Mrs. lack Amazon and Mrs. Jerom;
Kramer.
Beth Torah Sets
Shower of Stars
Well-known comic Milt Ross will
act a- master of ceremonies al
Beth Torah Congregation's annual
Shower of Stars on Sunday at 8:30
p.m.
The Jerry Grant Theatrical Ag
ency i- arranging for some of the
top talent in Hie area to appear.
Among entertainers will he Na
poleon Reed. Willie Restum and
Paul Grey.
Tickets are available at Betil
Torah Congregation.
Rabbi Richter to Speak
Rabbi Harold Richter will be
guest speaker at an adult educa-
tion session at Beth Torah on
Thursday, Mar. If). 9 p.m.
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trie Tutelsky
Marshall Sober Stephen Reinhard
Stephen Reinhard High, whore he excels in math
Stephen Reinhard, son of Mr. I and plays the ilium in the school
and Mrs. Leo Reinhard. 1045 Le- band.
Kiddush in henor of the Bar
Mitzvah will be served in the
Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall
after the services.
Michael Matikin
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
nox Avo., will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Mar. 14, at the
Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross will officiate.
A seventh grade student at the
Academy. Stephen is a member
of the School Patrol. Science
Club and Student Council.
Celebrant's mother is a life .
member of Hebrew Academy | ",Chael- ?" Mrs' Davld A f,z
Women, member of its board, vice *'" "> Saturday morning. Mar.
president and chairman of room 114' at* T,cmplc.
mothers of PTA. ,A,'cha.c a,'cnds sc,Y.c",h *d
,..,... .,.' Nautilus Junior High and is
His father is a member of the interested in history and geo-
Board of Directors and a life mem- gra h js hobbicg footbal|
ber of Hebrew Academy. and baseball.
Stephen's grandparents, Mr. and i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon are
Mrs. Sam Reinhard, are founders grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah.
of the Academy and vice presi- | The eelebrant will be honored
dents of the organization. at a luncheon following the ser-
Kiddush in honor of the Bar vice at the Algiers Hotel.
Mjtzvah will take place following j
the services. Marshall Sober
* a I Marshall, son "of Mr. and Mrs.
Eric Turetsky Jac'{ Sober, 7500 W. Treasure Dr.,
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro willj win be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Nor j
conduct Saturday morning ser- Tamld on Saturday. Mar. 14, at j
vices, Mar. 14, at Beth David Con- 5. P-m-> witn Rabbi Eugene Labo-
gregation, when Eric Bernard, son vitz officiating.
of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Turetsky,
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Eric is in the seventh grade
at Palmetto Junior High, and
plays clarinet in the school band.
Outside activities include tennis,
swimming and basketball.
Mr. and Airs. Turetsky will host
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday even-
ing, and a Kiddush on Saturday
to honor the young celebrant.
Craig Ball
Craig. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
win Ball. 660 NE 179th St.. will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Mar. 14, at Temple
Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E.
i'apian will officiate.
One of the top students in the ,
Religious School of Temple Adath
Yeshurun. the celebrant is a 7th ,
grader at John F Kennedy Junior
The celebrant is a student of
i Temple Nor Tamld Religious
'school, and Nautilus Junior High.
A reception at the Barcelona
Hotel will follow the services. __
Neil Marcus
On Saturday morning. Mar. 14.
at Temple Zion, Neil, son of Mrs.
Joan Marcus and Mr. Leslie Mar-
cus, will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman will officiate.
Neil, a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High, plans
to continue his studies in the Tem-
ple Zion Confirmation Class.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush following the cere-
mony.
.
Bruce Kimmel
Bar Mitzvah of Bruce, son of
Mrs. Fay Kimmel and Henry Kim-
mel, will be celebrated Saturday.
Mar. 14. at Minchah services of
Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
Bruce is in the seventh grade
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High He
is a member of the Pal Club, plays
(!nims in the school band and is
interested in coin-collecting.
The celebrant's grandmother.
Mis. Fannie Kimmel, will be
among the relatives attending the
ceremony.
Alan Wall
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert J. Wall, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congrega-
tion on Saturday. Mar. 14. Rab-
bi Simon April and Cantor Hyman
Fein will officiate.
A student of the Beth Moshe
Hebrew School, Alan attends John
F. Kennedy Junior High, where he
plays drums in the school band.
He is active in all sports, includ-
ing bowling, baseball and football.
Kiddush in Alans honor will fol-
low the services, and on Saturday
night, open house will be held in
his home.
Left to right are Sen. Spessard Holland, Jercrr.e G. Greene,
chairman, JVS Employers Advisory Committee Mrs. Charles
P. Feinberg, president of JVS. and Dr. Michcei Goodman,
executive director.
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Jewish Agency Gets U. S. Grant
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Prof. Lipman
To be Speaker
Prof. Aaron Lipman will be
guest speaker at the second in a
series of Iccture-rliscussions spon-
sored by the YM-YWHA of Greater
.Miami on the general theme. The
Search lor a Way of Life."
The second session will take
place Tuesday night. 8:15 p.m.. and
deal with the question, -What is
Important in Life lor the Woman?"
Dr. Lipman i- assistant profes-
sor <>i sociology at the University
ol Miami, where he teaches a
course in marriage and the family.
The series ha- been arranged
lor men and women from 25 to -in
.car- mi age in the southwest area.
The grmip meets in the Commu-
nity Room (il the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association at
SW H)4th St and Dixie Hwy. Ad-
mission is by enrollment only.
Sen. Spessard Holland announced
this week in Miami that he had
been informed by the U. S. Depart-
ment of Health, Education and
Welfare that the Jewish Vocation-
al Service of Miami has been
awarded a grant in the amount ot
S22.707.
The award is for the fourth year
of a special program the agency
conducts in the' vocational reha-
bilitation of older disabled people
50 years of age and over. Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg. agency presi-
dent, reported that this brings the
total to $102,245 the agency has re-
ceived for this program from the
federal government.
Sen. Holland said the special
program of the Jewish Vocational
Service is non-sectarian and serves
all people regardless of race, col-
or or creed. The agency has suc-
cessfully placc.l more than 100 of
these older workers in regular jobs
in industry, and last year their
earnings in Da. t
e The Jewish Voia
a beneficiary age?
ir Miami Jewish F
also a member ol
Welfare Plannn.r
has an applica: i
membership in fhf
Dade County. Pi*
the special pro;.'.
Coodman who i-
executive director
ounty exceed-
illion dollars.
.cnal Service i
l of the treat-
ederation and is
" he Dade t'.>unn
.>uneil It now
'.1 pending for
United fund >>t
,. r. Dr. Michael
aiso the agency
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Freedom Lodge
Lists Slate
Of Nominees
Herman Nudelman, chairman of
the Nominating Committee of
Freedom Lodge, reported the rec-
ommended slate of officers for the
>ear beginning Apr. I.
Election will be held at the next
meeting on Mar. 23 at the Surfside
Community Center.
Emanuel Tepper is current pres-
ident, and Nudelman was the or-
ganizer and is honorary president
Ol the lodge.
The slate is as follows: Presi-
dent, Charles J. Kossove vice
presidents. Charles Berlin. Mover
Gladstone, Dr. Sidney Pavilack.j
Judge Louis Stallman; treasurer
John Diamond; financial secre-
tary, Paul A. Drown; recording
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World Zionist Actions Committee Opens Friday
NEW YORK Bmsnud Neumann, chairman of
,lu' American .section of the Jew-
.s!i Agency, said this week that
the annual session of the World
Zionttt Actions Committee, open-
ing Friday, would be of special
-iynUicance.
This will be the first session
nice I.evi Eshkol became Prime
Minister.' Or. Neumann said on
he eve of his departure to attend
he meeting. "Since his acces-
-ion. Premier Eshkol has given
ipeated expression to his deep
ntcrest in the World Zionist Or-
ganization and the problems and
asks which confront it in Israel
.:iid outside."
Or. Neumann cited the Prime
Minister's statement this week
to the Mapai central committee,
in which he spoke of the "great
stake" which Israel has in the
future of Jews outside of Israel.
The Premier urged greater em-
phasis en cultural and educa-
ft tional ties between Israel and
non-Israel Jewry through the in-
strumentalities of the organized
Zionist movement.
The Prime Minister said Israel
iad been preoccupied with the
tasks ol taking in and absorbing
hundreds of thousands of home-
ss .lews, leaving the impression
hat "we seem to have forgotten
he Jews in the free countries"
but he said this was not true.
The Prime Minister said that
Israel "must turn to the World
Zionist Movement, the vital link
for Israel and Zionism" and that
the work of furtherance of cultural
.ind fraternal interest in the Jew-
ries of other countries "should be
the central interest of our na-
Hon.", lie added that it was ur-
lent that Israel not find itself in
a position of asking "why didn't ;
ve do something when we could
lave'.'" and that "we must give"
lews in other countries a chance
,-_*,'< fulfill their gtcat opportunity,*' I
V,nd the eiimWttjat and tntellec-1
ual stimulus"'-for non-Israeli'
lewry "to achieve its destiny."
Dr. Neumann said this state-
ment augured well for the future
.ind foreshadowed "a new chapter
in the relationship" between the
Zionist movement and Israel.
Ur. Neumann also expressed
profound satisfaction" with the
agreement and unity achieved by
he American Jewish community
n dealing with the urgent problem
>l Soviet Jewry.
64 Florida Derby
Set at Gulfstream
No one can predict what the
:>t Florida Derby will bring in
lie way of thrills and unusual in-
cidents, but if history is any cri-
'erion. something unusual will
nark this SIOO.OOO mile and an
f ighth classic for three-year-olds.
Successful invasions from other
acing centers, tight finishes, sheer
drama furnished by the elements
plus the rise and fall of many
thoroughbred stars have marked
the first 12 runnings of the Florida
Derby.
When the 1364 event is run Apr.
4. the record will be "13-or-13" in
the hit parade department.
When Gulfstream Park revived
the Florida Derby in 1952. no time
a as lost giving the race something
about which to crow. A field of 18
vent postward, then a record tor
.i local stakes, and when the horses
'lashed across the finish line, heads
separated the first three. Victory
went to Brookmeade Stable's Sky
Ship with Tandsome Teddy and
Sandtop next. Ronnie Nash was the
winning jdcfcej .
California got its second Flor-
da Derby victory last spring when
Rex Ellsworth's Candy Spots pre
vailed handily over Sky Wonder
and Cool Prince. Candy Spots, with
Shoemaker aboard, ended an amaz-
ing series of close finishes with his
authoritative triumph.
In 12 previous runnings of the
^Florida Derby, eight favorites
have won and the last six have
been taken by the public choices.
He paid special tribute to the
Conference of Presidents of Maj-
or Jewish Organizations, as well
as to the Synagogue Council of
America and the American Jew-
ish Committee for reaching
unanimous agreement on "con-
vening a National Conference on
united action on a particular prob-
lem of prime importance to the
Jewish people. It is to be hoped
that if this trend is nurtured and
Soviet Jewry, sponsored by 24 I strcnRtncncd lt wjn ica(| to a more
national organizations. far rcaching integration of the
"American Jewry has thus < American Jewish community,'
shown a gratifying capacity for! said Dr. Neumann.
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-Jew 1st flcrldflan
Friday. March 13, 1964
Zionist Club
To End Season
Rabbi Max A. Lipchitz, <>f Tem-
ple Beth Torah, North Miami
Prize-Winning Film
"The Easy Lift open-. WednesJ*
day at Wometc Mayfair, \,.
manJrle, Pafkwaj and Sunset An
Theatres, offering movie goers a
Heath, a former president of the chance to participate in the [
Madison, Wis., Zionist District, and-games ah Italy s Riviera
will be guest speaker at the final Starring are Cat c ZfUlk AH,
meeting of the .Miami '
Invitations are in the mail announcing a re-
ception being aiven by Mrs. Jennie Grossing^
honoring Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-El. Founders of Technion,
Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, who
will participate in the reception at Mrs. Gros-
singer's home are standing (left to righO Jack
Riikin, Bernard Katz, Joe Mechlow, Leo Rut-
Mrs. Grossinger
Will Host Pete
For Dr. Lehrman
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
founder of Technion, Israel Insti-
tute of Technology in Haifa, Is-
rael, will be hostess at a reception
in her home, honoring Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El and a member of
the national Board of Directors of
the American Technion Society,
serving his fourth cosecutive
term.
The function will be held Thurs-
day evening. Mar. 19.
Robert Lurie, radio and televi-
sion commentator and producer,
and author on Israel and the Mid-
dle East, will be guest speaker.
Lurie i> renowned for his dra-
matic interpretation of Jewish
life in America and abroad. He
is the originator and narrator of i
the American Jewish Tour, award-
winning radio magazine heard for
many years in 26 cities.
lone
'Dime Bank*
Mizrachi Affair
Kinnerct Chapter of Mizrachi
stain, Southern Regional director of the So-
cisty. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Fannie
Frommcr, Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the
South Florida Chapter, Dr. William Fondiller.
first national president of the American Tech-
nion Society, Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president
of the Women's Division, Greater Miami Chap
ter, .and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
Naomi Group
Fashion Show
Naomi Group of Hadassah will
hold a fashion show at the Di
Lido Hotel on Monday evening,
9 p.m.
Original designs by Fashion Cre-
ators of Miami will be presented,
an:l entertainment will be offered
during the evening. Chairman is
Mrs. Charles Fisherman
O n Tuesday evening. Tikvah
Croup of Hadassah will hear Mrs.
Herbert Rose review "Strange
Wives," by Shirley Barker. Event
is for the benefit of Hadassah Med-
Beach Dis
trie! of the Zionist Organization
of America Luncheon Club. Jacob
C. Fishman, chairman of the
Weekly Luncheon Club, announced
that the final meeting of the club
year will take place on Wednes
day, 12:15 p.m.. in the (ining room
of the Hebrew Aea.kmy.
Israel Porush, president of the
Student Council of the Hebrew
Academy, will extend gratings on
behalf of the student body. The
luncheon, which is open to the
public, will hear an address by
1 Rabbi Lipschitz on "The Meaning
of Freedom for the Jew Today."
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will re
view the news and community
! singing has also been planned.
Assisting Fi-hman are two na-
tional ZOA leaders. Dr. Morton J".
Bobbins and Mortimer May. Also
Ben Ciller, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District, Gil Rappa
, port, executive director of the
Southeast Region ZOA. and Joseph
Alter. Herman Wilson. Louis Ra
1 hinowitz. Herman Weintraub. Abe
Rubin. Bernard Katz, Joseph Spar
1 and Faye Tupler.
torio Gassman Jean Louis.
rrinfgnant. Th< prize-winning
comedy-drama, :.. < year's top ten I s, also won a
"best actor" o< for Gassman
and a "best til ,,,,.
i).no Risi.
Chug Ivri WiH
Hear Speaker
Discussion will follow a talk on
"The Hebrew Movement in the
U. S. A." given before the Chug
Ivri. Hebrew-speaking group of No.
Miami Beach, on Wednesday, 2:30
p.m., in Temple Xer Tarrid.
Guest speaker will be Morris
Newman, president. Hist.idrut Iv-
rith of America. Hebrew Language
and Culture Association.
Dr. lehrman
Junior Engineering Course
Junior Engineering Course for
boys in the 4lh through 6th grades
is now being offered by the Miami
YMHA, 450 SW lfith Ave.. each
Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. The class un-
der the direction of Tom Taver.
will introduce simple experiments
True Sisters <
Chief to Arrive
Mrs. Harry A. Greene, of New.
m*. W.J.. national president of
the United Order True Sisters, will
be here on an cfticial visit to
Miami 43 on Monday. Mr- Greene
is accompanied bj Mrs. Herman
Simon, of Brooklyn. NY., first
national vice president. Mrs.
Greene and Mrs. Simon will be
guests of honor ;.t a incheon
meeting of the Miami Lodge at
the Hibiscus Auditorium.
the mei tir_
Beach Men Form
Cyclists1 Group
Two Miami Beach men have de-
to do something about the
lack i.i cycling facilities in this
area.
Fred Jon:]-, investment coun-
and Dr. Jack Lazar, chiro-
formed a <
for "fun nd h >alth."
lizat onal m< tin was held
in i 13 i vening at Dr,
1560 Washington
Ave.
Kim's Becoming
Gourmet Spot
l":i-i becoming a genuine gour-
met attraction at the west end of
tamed Lincoln Road in Miami
Beach is Kim's Chinese Restau-
rant.
Operated by two brothers who
fled Hong Kong during the early ,
days of the Sino-Japanese war in ; m wlnes beca,|se now instead !
the late 30\s, Kims features both mak.,n8 Kiddush over an ordi-
Cantonese and Hong Kong cuisine i "ary ""? ,he-v ian makc Kiddush \
Lunches and dinners are both VCr a h'8hl.v-cultivated and inter-
available at Kim's, with cither full j na,10nal'y-Pnzed wine from Israel.
course meals or ala carte service I 1 a/"",l0n ,0 the connoisseur's
; i nigh honors for Jerusalem wines I
who wouldn't prefer this wine for
Kiddush
possible
ruth?
Jerusalem wines are under the I
supervision of the Beth Din Tzcdek
of the Eda Charedis of Jerusalem.
In addition, there are also avail-
able for Passover Jerusalem h-
quors, like Sliwowitz, Brandy and
WishniakS.T.
nnmVVr-iVim.TnTnC'- m -"""i?\!" ls Ior ,nt' "enel" 0l'Hadassah Meet- Will introduce simple experiments Mrs. Edward Lewis, o; Miami
held in SSuSL^S^Z of jg *""* < 6700 SW 125,h J' <"-" "* ** '-siden, of Mi:,
the Seville Hotel on Saturday at
9 p.m. Gala show dance will fea-
ture the Barton Bros., comedians; i
Holly Warren, singer; and the
Vera Rio dancers. Dancing will
follow the show.
Mrs. Sophie Schrager, president,
explained, "The money collected
from Dime Banks in the past went
for the treatment of glaucoma in
Children in Israel. Now that the dis-
ease has diminished, the money
goes to our Youth Aliyah projects
in Israel
Chairman of the aifair is Mrs.
Hannah Fite. Committee members
are Mesdames Jeanne Finkeistein,
Esta Karpell and Bess Sokol, and
Mrs. Arthur Roth is fund-raising
vice president.
Mrs. Lily Stone is regional co-
ordinator.
Jerusalem Wines
Prized for Quality
Since the first boat with just b
few hundred cases oi Jerusalem
wines arrived in New York le -
than three years ago, hundred-
of thousands oi bottles of Jeru-
salem wines have been consum-
ed in homes throughout the coun-
tryin New York, Chicago, Los'
Angeles. Miami and dozens of
other communities.
Families have switched to Jcru-
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New Film on Israel
Dr. Simon Wilensky, president
will conduct fhc business agenda I
of Poale Zion, Chain Grcenberg |
Branch of Greater Miami, on Wed-1
nesday evening at the Farband j
Cultural Center, 842 Washington i
Ave. Program will include a new
film on Israel with Ephraim Yaf-
fec, cultural chairman, narrator.
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Jewish Bui/dings Ordered Protected
SAU PAULO (JTAi Secur
ily police ordered full protection
fi>r all Jewish buildings in Sao
Paulo. Including the Israel con
sulate. in the wake of a series ol
anti-Semitic attacks during the
past weekend.
(Jen Aldcvio B. Barbosa de
Lemos. head of the sccurty police 'he Brazilian people."
irom.^d to talce all possible meas- The incidents included the plant-
ares to prevent any repetition ol ing oi a homo in the Beth Jacob
he attacks and to lind the per- school in Sao Paulo suburb, which
petralors. caused considerable damage to
'ine Governor of Sao Paulo the school in a pre-i'awn explosion.
Vlhemar de Banos, expressed his the firing of eight to ten rounds
mppoit of the Jewish community into a Jewish-owned plant and
and said that the attacks had "vie- smearing of anti-Semitic slogans
lated the anti-racist sentime.its of I and swastikas on the plant and
Jewish schools.
I
.ored guests at a Mar. 29 reception to be held by the Amer-
h Jewish Physicians' Committee, 'he Doctors Emphrim and
Meyers presented Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky
this picture of Dr. Melech Perek in his lcborctorv at the
t w Lmiversi;y of Jerusalem. Dr. Poiek occupies the
plea Ch-:irowsky Chair in Poultry Science and Animal
iene ct the university.
sicians Plan Reception Here
search begun in the United States.
Both are graduates Of the He
.lew University Medical School
located in Ein Karen), Jerusalem.
where Dr. Emphrim Meyers com
menced his initial research in
cardiology, and Dr. Evy Meyers
began her graduate work in oph-
thalmology.
Attending the reception, which
v ill he an earlj evening gathering
OD Mar. 29. will be many of the
close to 200 members ol the Amer-
ican Jewish Physicians' Commit-
tee, their wive-- and those mem-
bers of the American Friend.-, who
have special interest in the pro-
gress of the medical school, as
shown by contributions to the li-
brary of the medical center, gifts
to the Israel Wechsler Memorial
Chair in Medical Education, mem-
bership in the Committee of the
Roger.- and llammerstein Wing lor
Experimental Medicine and can-
cer research and scholarship and
research grants.
According to Dr. Marks, many of
the officers and board members of
the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Physicians' Com-
mittee have visited the Hebrew
I'niversity-Hadassah Medical Cen-1
ter and several have lectured in
Israel at the invitation of the Is-
rael Medical Society. Officers of,
the local chapter include Dr. A. R.
Hollender. vice president. Dr. Phil-
ip Gotlieb. honorary vice presi-
dent, Dr. Harold M. Unger. secre-
tary treasurer, and Dr. Louis G.
Lytton, chairman of the Member-
ship Committee.
Died guests at a reception in
me i I Dr and Mrs. Philip
I), of i. or il Gables, will be
iphrim Mi yers and Dr. Evy
?ter Mey< i, ol Haifa. is
|ccording to Dr. Meyer B.
president of the American
Physicians' Committee, the
1 arm the American
Be of ;h Hebrew Universitj
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Marcus Post Will
Install Officers
Col. David Marcus Post and
Auxiliary 746 will hoi I a joint in-
stallation on Saturday. 8 p.m., at
the Washington Eederal Auditor-
ium.
Installing officers will be JWV
Florida State Commander Manny
Mandel and Florida State Presi-
dent Mrs. Lenore Wander.
Thomas Spencer. Florida State
Representative, will be guest
speaker.
Refreshments will be served.
Record for Food fair
Food Fair Stores, Inc., has re-
ported record high sales for the
4()-week period ending February
1. 1964 of $773,847,000 as compar-
ed with $759,967,000 in the com-
parable period last year, it was
announced by Louis Stein, presi-
dent. Net income, after all
charges and taxes, was $7,801,000.
which after preferred dividend re-
quirements, was equal to $1.09 a
share.
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vjewisti Fk>ri Friday, March 13, 19f>4
'"JSL
l,)ITH
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Edith Levin was a happy little girl; she was a happy
teen-ager, and now she is a happy matron. That inner
glow reflected in her face tells the world she is exactly
what she has always wanted to bea contented wife and
mother. Born and raised in Cleveland. O., she was active
in dramatics in high school and was with the Hillel
Players when she attended Ohio
State University. She received
her AB degree from Western Re-
serve.
She and her future husband.
Dr. Leo Levin, had already known
each other. They were neighbors
in fact, but it wasn't until they
went to see 'The Citadel" togeth-
er, a movie about a doctor, that
their romance began. Edith's
grandfather was a rabbi, and the
quiet, haunting solemnity of the
synagogue always impressed Edith
as a child. Through the years,
going to the Temple gave her a
feeling of tranquility. She re-
members well the pleasure of
walking to Temple and Ihe Cleveland Jewish School.
The Levins were married while he was practising in
Cleveland. When Leo was called into service in 1932,
Edith went right along with him for the next five years.
It was a new experience because Edith had never done
any traveling. It was also rewarding for the friendships
made in war time which continued long alter.
In California. Edith taught for a year, starting her
in the field of working with children. The Levins never
went back to Cleveland. They settled here an I and Start-
ed a family: Jane, Debby. Adrian and Albert. The fit i
thing that Edith did on arriving in Miami Beach was
to join Temple Beth Sholom and Hadassah. Through Ihe
years and four children extended these to l'TA. Girl Scouts.
Boy Scouts and car pools. Edith says that she feels, some-
times, just like a transportation officer and. no coubt,
acts like one.
It is small wonder that with Edith's background and
her love for the Temple, she is currently president of the
Sisterhood ol Temple Beth Sholom, where she relaxes and
a feeling of peace steals over her. Leo's father was a
cantor, and it is from him, no doubt, that Edith inherited
her own beautilul voice. They sing in the choir at the
Temple on Friday nights. Together, the whole family
can put on a musical show and have done so lor Senior
Citizens here.
At present, science projects have top priority in the
Levin household. Travel with trips that the whole family
can participate in are a must. There is golf lor Edith
and Leo when time permits. Now that the children arc-
old enough to do their own organizing, thev too feel that
the most important thing is to see that 'father is able
to relax and be comfortable, that the house is quiet and
that he isn't disturbed. Edith too has learned to take the
pressure of being a doctor's wife in stride. There are
many people in this town whose day has been made just
a little brighter by the sight of Edith's lovely smile.
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M. AND MRS. WIlfNSKY
WCKT Wins
Top Awards
WCKT Ch. 7 is the recent re-
cipient of the George Washington
Award for "outstanding accom-
plishment in bringing about a
better understanding of the Amer-
ican Way of life
The NBC television affiliate here
will also receive an award short-
ly Irom the National Conference
ol Christians and Jews, one of
three throughout the country
Specifically. WCKT will be cited
lor its three-part documentary.
The American Way" anc "fntc
urafionFlorida's Conflict Ahead",
Testimonial Will
Honor Wilenskys
Opening Sunday
Testimonial dinner and enter-
tainment will be held Saturday
evening. Mar. 21, at the Royal Hun-
garian Restaurant.
Hosts are the Poale Zion, Chaim
Greenberg Branch of Greater
Miami.
The function will honor Dr.
and Mrs. Simon Wilenslcy and
pay tribute to Dr. Wilenslcy on
the occasion of hi 80th birthday.
Dr. Wilensky is president of the
Poale Zion Organization of Great-
er Miami. Participating organiza-
tions are Histadrut, Ben-Gurion
Branch of Farband and Pioneer
Women's Club I.
The Mar. 21 tribute will be
(haired by Dr. Nathaniel Soroff.
consultant to the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Rovenoer Troth
Mrs. Naomi Rovenger, Miami
Beach, announces the engagement
of her daughter, Beverly, to Irwin
Dushkin. son of Mrs. Rose Dush-
kin. of .North Miami Beach. Wed-;
ding will be May 24.
Corliss, Levin
Exchange Vows
V'ivan Caroline Levin and Ira
David Corliss exchanged nuptial
vows on Saturday evening, Mar. 7,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, where
a reception and dinner followed
the ceremony performed by Dr.
Irving Lehrman.
For the wedding, the bride wore
a short, full-skirted frock of white
chantilly lace over silk shantung.
The full bouffant veil was fast-
ened with flowered rhinestones at
the forehead, and she carried a
Bible covered with white orchids
and white roses.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Martin
Baloff, and Gloria Ann Levin, the
bride's sister, served as brides-
maid.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
I. Levin. 1195 NE 100th St.. new
Mrs. Corliss, a nurse in training
at Mt. Sinai Hospital, is a gradu
ate of North Miami High where
she won many awards as a mem-
ber of the National Forensic So-
ciety.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Corliss. 1155 NW
128th St. His brother, Barry Cor-
liss, served as best man. Martin
Baloff and Edward Constantin
ushered.
Planning to enter the new Flor-
MRS. IRA CORLISS
ida Atlantic College in the fall,
the bridegroom graduated from
North .Miami High and Miami Dade
Junior College.
Guests at the wedding included
the bridegroom's maternal grand-
father. Abraham Cohen, of New
york, and the brides paternal
grandfather. Benjamin Levin, Mi-
ami Beach.
PASSPORT CHANGE
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Interior Minister MpsJ^e
Shapiro said this week the
Government would soon pre
sent an amendment to the
Law of Return, which would
end the existing procedure
of automatic citizenship to
immigrants who are Jews
He did not indicate the
length of the waiting period
the Government will propose
as a condition before citizen
ship will be granted.
He did stress that the
change would reduce the pos
sibility of Israel being used
as a refuge by criminals and
prevent individuals from
emigrating to Israel with the
sole aim of acquiring citi-
zenship and a passport.
The newlyweds will live in Miami.
Comp eting plans for Passover Seder services and dinner to
be held on Mar. 27 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom of the Diplomat
Hotel are (left) Irving Cowan. Diplomat president; Ernes.
S?nn|' iCan,r ^dumU?iCal direc,or of Hollywood Temple
Beth Sholem; and Rabbi Mor- '<
Ion Malavsky, spiritual lead-
er, Beth Sholem who will con-
duct the Seder. Services will
start at 7 p.m., with dinner at
7:45 p.m. Dietary laws will
be strictly observed. Rabbi
Malavsky, nephew of Cantor
Samuel Malavsky who heads
the world-renowned Singers
of Israel, will present a mod-
ernized version of the Pass-
over service adap'sd by the
Malavsky family.
Germany Still
Studies Scienti.Jts
Now in Egypt
BONN(JTA)A spokesman for
the West German Government said
this week that the Interior Minis |
try was still studying the possibil
ity of "recalling" West German
scientists working in Arab conn
tries. Israel last year accused the
Bonn Government of failing to act
t<> recall scientists accused of work
ing on advanced weapons sj
[or Egypt.
It was indicated that government
officials had determined there was
. legal basis for revoking pass
ports of West German citizens
abroad who act against the Inter
ests of the West German i
menl or violate its laws.
However, the spokesman ex
plained that if the country .n
which the individual is worl
does not e'eport him after ..:'
cation cf his passport, there is
nothing the West German Gov
ernment can do about it. The
"recall'' idea now under study
would empower the government
to order the citizen to return
under penalty of persecution.
A scientist working in Egypt, t.
example, would not be affected bj
a recall law if he had no intentioi
ol returning to Germany, tin
spokesman said. But if he did in
tend to return, failure to do so on
recall by West Germany would
subject him to legal action on his
i eventual return.

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fJewisti fk>ridhfair>
Page 13-B
frEMHLE Beth Sholom held its
dedication dinner Saturday
ght at the Fontainebleau Ho-
1. Cocktails were followed by
nner in the West Ballroom.
Mrs. Louis F. Snetman chose a
ermaid green floor-length gown
lich was completely cover with
descent sequins. Her matching
shmere sweater was trimmed
th the same colored sequins,
ack chantilly lace over satin
worn by Mrs. A. J. Cantor,
lace was reembroidercd with
t 'cquins, and black crystal
ar-drOM trimmed the bodice of
>r floor length gown. Mrs. Jack
uldenberg's red and black silk
int featured selt-colorcd so-
in< to detail the print on her
loath. A pale pink sequined
icnth was worn by Mrs. Harold
Ian. Horizontal fringes tro-
lled with cavier beads encircled
r skirt.
A full-length gown in emerald
reen silk satin was chosen by
Irs Jacob Bloom in the form ol
two-piece with a long torso bo-
ne embroidered with bugle
eads and scalloped over the hips.
Irs. Nathan Eisenberg wore a
lack .silk crepe tunic sheath with
jands of black bugle beads at the
hemline of the tunic and around
the V-neckline. Blues and greens
blended into the floral eyelette
print worn by Mrs. Harry Platolf.
* *
* IRS. Gus Feuers black silk
I *-* formal was a Moni Original
I'.Mth a floral pattern embroidered
lwith caviar heads and sequins.
ICalusa coral was the color choice
uf Mrs. Ira Rosen. Her silk chif-
m featured a softly-cowled neck-
line and bright-colored brilliants
embroidered around the waist-
line. Mrs. Raymond Cooper was
| a black silk crepe formal with
floral motif embroidered with
}aviar beads. A gold satin formal
k-a* worn by Mrs. Milton Jacobs.
Ber scooped neck bodice was in
bocade. and a fringed bow was
|t the front of her waist.
Embossed gold brocade was
ten on Mrs. Morris Lipp. A
nanel-styled. hip-length jacket
fpped her sheath. Mrs. Edward
mold, whose husband designed
piaques awarded during the
fenmg, was in a turquoise and
liver brocade sheath. The gown
iwed a modified Grecian style
h only one shoulder covered
1 chiffon inserted over the bust-
White brocade was worn by
r< Irving Miller. Her gown fea-
[red a hip length overblpuse and
length sheatfr skirt.'
IMrs. Marshall Feuer's black
crepe formal had a small bou-
quet of red roses at the waist
line. Mrs. Irving Bern chose a
sleeved eapelette of mauve-col-
ored organdy ribbon knit over
her white peau de soie gown.
White silk aplaca with heavily
jeweled elbow-length sleeves was
worn by Mrs. Alvin Lowe. Visit-
ing from Hammond, Ind., Mrs.
Saul Levin selected a gold satin
formal with sequins and bugle
beads covering her bodice. A
sleeveless black beaded jacket
covered Mrs. Sidney Ansin's or-
chid-colored silk.
i m
A white satin formal with crys-
tal beads embroidered on
the bodice was the choice of Mrs
Isadora Hecht. Mrs. Lou Pallors
gold chiffon bad a multi-colored
brocade bodice with gold bugle
beads detailing the pattern. Wife
of the congregation's president.
Mrs. James Albert, chose a white
Alaskan fabric formal. A waist-
length jacket covered the fitted
gown and was encrusted with
cavier and bugle beads on the
elbow-length sleeves and around
the neckline.
Mrs. Abram Baker chose a
floor-length gown in petal pink
chiffon, which was covered with
iridescent sequins. Her skirt was
the sheath silhouette, her bodice
blouson, and a shocking pink vel-
vet stole completed her ensem-
ble. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro was in
black silk shantung with a high
jeweled neckline. A multi-colored
silk print was worn by Mrs. Irv-
ing Westin. Her neckline was
scooped, and an asymetrically
draped bow was over one hip.
Book to be Discussed
Second lecture on Alexis Car-
tel's book "Man, the Unknown,"
will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, Thursday morning, 11 a.m.. be-
fore the Spinoza Forum for Adult
Elucation. in the auditorium of
Washington Federal, 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.
"L'arcade elegant," a series erf five shops at lofr. du village." "La femme joke. La Bou-
the entrance to and along the third floor bridge tigue." "Cherchez L'homme." Here customers
of Burdine's Miami store. A little boulevard are sure to find the totally unexpected and the
of charm, they are "Le petit chapeau," "Le utmost in sophistication._________________________
Weizmann Branch
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With $1,000 Buy
At their recent Purim festival
celebrating (heir first anniversary,
the Chaim Weizmann Branch of
Farband dedicated the occasion to
the Jewish National Fund and
raised over Sl.OOO for the John F.
Kennedy Memorial Forest in Is-
rael.
Moe Levine, president of the
branch, was chairman of the eve-
ning. Irving Sachs was honored on
his 70th birthday when the Sachs
family donated S70 to the Jewish
National Fund for each year of
his life.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz was
guest speaker. Zev W. Kogan,
chairman of the Executive Board,
called upon the gathering "to meet
the challenge and compare the sac-
rifices of the modern Israelis with
the rest of the Jewish world."
Johan Berman, vice president of
the Jewish National Fund of Great-
er Miami, served as chairman.
Mrs. Berman is secretary of the
branch.
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Johan L. Berman, vice president of the Jewish National Fund,
and chairman of the Chaim Weizmann Jewish National Fund
Committee, presents proceeds of the evening to Mrs. Roslyn
Unger, of the JNF office here._________________________
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^Jenisfi Mbridliiciiin
Friday. March 13. 1964
r
Philip E. Heckerling (standing left), vice president and estate
planning officer of Mercantile National Bank, qoes over the
program o fan Estate Planning Seminar with panel members.
Standing right is Manuel Zaiac attorney and C.P.A. Seated
(from left) are Ira E. Mogul, Certified Life Underwriter and
former president of the Miami Chapter, C.L.U., and David
Emanuel, attorney and C.P.A.
Attorneys Gather For Seminars
Once a month, some 150 attorn-
eys gather in the Community
Koom of Mercantile National
Bank of Miami Beach for inten-
sive study of tax laws relating
to estates and trusts.
Started in December, and plan
ned to continue indefinitely, the
series of Estate Planning Semi-
nars is under direction of Philip
E. Heckerling, vice president and
estate planning officer of the
bank.
The Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion is a co-sponsor of the semi-
nars, which have attracted law-'
yers from throughout Dade Coun-'
ty.
The seminars are part of a
greatly-expanded program un- I
dertaken by Mercantile to pro- I
vide information to lawyers for
the drafting of wills and trusts,
and to augment the bank's ser-
vices in the administration of
estates er in acting as trustee
through its Trust Department.
Heckerling, who joined the bank
after a long association in the law
office of the late Frank Katzen-
tine. recently has been provided
expanded quarters for the estate
planning section, including lib-
rary facilities for complete re-
search of all current tax legisla-
tion.
Through our seminars." Heck-
erling said, "'we are seeking to
provide attorneys with the means
ol becoming expert in the estate
planning matters through always
current information they need for
drafting wills and trusts for their
clients."
Instruction of this type comes
naturally to Heckerling, who has
been a member of the faculty of
the University of Miami Graduate |
Law School for the last two years. I
He holds the degrees of Master
of Laws in Taxation, and is study-
ing for his Doctorate in Judidical
Science at New York University.
He anticipates that his disserta
tion will be in the estate planning
area.
Byron Janis Will
Perform With
UM Orchestra
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra. Fabicn Sevitzky con-
ducting, will present a musical sa-
1 lute to the city and people of Bo-
gota, Colombia, at the season's
seventh pair of subscription con-
certs on Sunday evening, Mar. 15,
at Miami Beach Auditorium, and
Monday, Mar. 16. at Dade County
Auditorium.
Featured guest soloist will be the
outstanding American pianist, By-
ron Janis. performing the Proko-
fieff Piano Concerto No. 3. Major
orchestral works on the program
j will be Mozart's Symphony in G
! minor and Aaron Coplan's "Appa-
lachian Spring."
Opening the program will be
Dr. Sevifxky's own composition,
"Colombia," a work he has spe-
cially dedicated to the Latin
American country. The musical
salute, presented in cooperation
with the United States Intorma-
tion Service's "Voice of Ameri-
; ca," will be tape recorded for
later broadcast to the Colombian
people.
Purpose of the "People to Peo
pie" salute is to present aspects
of American life and culture which
will promote understanding of this
nation's policies and objectives.
The Salute is the tenth to be of-
fered by the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra. Other coun-
tries which have received musical
greetings are Venezuela. Bolivia,
Ecuador, Costa Bica, Paraguay.
Chile, Italy, Sweden, and Israel.
Byron Janis, internationally rec-
ognized as one of the leading key
board artists of the time, will be
making his second appearance with
the UM Symphony Orchestra. In
1958 he performed the Tchaikov-
sky B-flat minor concerto under
the baton of Dr. Sevitzky. Since
then, the 35-year-old pianist has
scored considerable success both
at home and abroad.
BYBON JAWS
U.S. Keeps
Britain Informed
On Israel Ties
LONDON(JTA) A spokesman
for the British Government said
in the House of Lonls this week
that Britain had been kept fully
informed about details of the pro-
posal by President Johnson lor
United States-Israel cooperation in
the use of nuclear energy lor de-
salting sea water.
The question was raised by Lord
Balfour of Inchyie. who referred
to the President's speech at a New-
York dinner of the American Com-
mittee for the Weizmann Institute,
announcing the oiler. Lord Bel-
lour asked if it was known that
the United States was willing to
pool its scientific resources for
that goal with all countries.
The Earl of Bessborough. the
Parliamentary Secretary lor the
Minister for Science, replied that
an expert of the Bnti>h Water Re-
search Association recently visited
Israel and was fully conversant
with what was being done in the
field.
Art Week' Se^
At Temple Judea
On Mar. 21
Joseph Klein. 1335 Corte:, Coral
Gabes, treasurer of Tyaple Juriea,
is chairman of Temple Judea
Guild of Fine Arts and announces
"Art Week" which will open with
Ml exhibit and reception M Sun-
day in the Temple Recep* M Hall
at 8 p.m.
There will be paintings, etchings
and lithographs on displcy from
some of the area's leadirg local
gallaries.
The exhibit will also b open
from Monday, Mar 16. rh-ough
Thursday, Mar. 19. from 3:10 to
5:30 p.m., and 8 p.m. to Vj p.m.
On Wednesday evening. Mar. 18,
at 8 p.m.. Jerome Frankel of the
Art Department laculty of the Uni-
versity of Miami, will be main
speaker at an "Art Symposium"
sponsored by Sisterhood of Temple
Judea.
Seashore Foods
Kosher for Pesach
Seashore Products. Inc.. this
week announced that all foods
produced and packaged in their
plant here are Kosher for Pass-
over regardless of any late and
unavoidable errors in the printing
of some of the labels listing the
contents of the products. Rabbi
Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, is supervisor of kash-
ruth at Seashore and Wednesdav
reaffirmed that all of the com-
pany's Kosher for Passover pro
ducts have been prepared in ac
cordance with strict adherance to
the dietary laws of the holiday.
Lillian Goodman, former president of Miami Beach Chap-
ter of Hadassah, accepts the chairmanship of the Women's
Division of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami. Max
Bressler. national president of JNF, is shown congratulating
Miss Goodman. Looking on are Mrs. Miriam Press, named
co-chairman, long-time women's leader here, and Leon J
Ell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund
Council.
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Clased Saturdays
Council S'gSS1' Presiden, of h* Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, reports that over 2,000 trees have
been sold in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest. The sale 01
trees marked the first visit of Max Bressler (r^ntlrf ,
elected na-jonal president of the toJ^oL^*^
W. Kogan, Miami Beach leader, looks on.
Israelis Angered
By 'Interference1
Of U.S. Leaders
JERUSALKM JTA) in-
terior Minister Moshe Shapiro de-
scribed as an "unwarranted in-
terference" in ]>raoli affairs ;.
cable sen) last week i> leaders
of seven major American Jewish
organizations calling on Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol to re>iM
oressure by "extreraisl religious
uroups m the United States sup
portinj. legislation that would
abridge religious freedom in Is-
rael.
Asserting that laws regarding
-eliffious matter* m Israel are
established by a majority of the
Knesset. Israels Parliament, ac-
cording to the will of the people
Mr. Shapiro said that American
religious Jewish organizations
never interfered in matters of re-
ligion and the laws of Israel.
He noted that an exception
was the issue of the projected
non-kosher kitchen aboard the
liner Shalom, adding that "this
stemmed from the assumption
that the Shalom was chiefly in-
tended for Jewish travelers from
America."
Charging that the message from
the Jewish groups was inspired
rather than spontaneous. Mr. Sha-
piro said that if they wished to
"say something against U.S. rab-
bis" they should have addressed
the protest to the latter rather
than to Premier L'-hkol. In an-
other comment on the cabled pro-
test, Rttliglous Affairs Minister
ioraeh Warhaltig said "there is
only one way to inlluence legisla-
tion in Israel and that is by set-
! tl'ng here and participating in
the Knesset election-."
(In New York, the Agudah Labor
Organization issued a protest
against the seven major Jewish
organizations for sending their
cable to Premier E-hkol The ex-
treme Orthodox labor group an-
nounced that it will leave the
ranks of the American Jewish
congress with which it is affiliat
ed.)
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Firs! one-man" show by
iF'lisc Z over is currently be-
I i held at the American
iGall?.-- in Atlanta, Ga. She
wife of Zeev V. Dover,
;rar. Consul for the South-
ast T eaion of the United
State: with offices in A'.'anta.
5h previously exhibited
ior rrk, which reflects a
toward French im-
K ::.;sm. in Sydney, Aus-
rnlic. Mrs. Dover is well-
tnow: for her active partici-
pation .n modern Hebrew cul-
Jta. end educational affairs
h A:.: ..ta.
Golda Visits
With Sir Alec
LONDON(JTA) Israels For-
oiah Minister Golda Meir arrived
this week from Amsterdam lor a
visit during which she will meet
with Prime .Minister Sir Alec Doug-
la- Home. Foreign Secretary R. A.
Butler and Harold Wilson, leader
nl the British Labor Party.
Declaring that she was looking
tnrward to the talks with the Brit
ish leaders. Mrs. Meir said on her
arrival that she hoped the conver-
sations would be mutually useful.
Alter her arrival, she was the
guest for dinner of Israel's Am-
bassador Arthur Lourie. on Tues-
day she was scheduled to have
lunch with Foreign Secretary But-
ler when she was to meet with the
Prime Minister during the i ay.
Trend Foreseen
Toward Longer
Winter Seasons
A trend toward longer winter
seasons may develop in Smith
Florida as a result of the high-rise
apartment buildings now being
built along the oceanfront in Dade
and Broward Counties, a local
builder believes.
Gerald Taines who, with his
brother Harold, is putting up the
270-unit Diplomat Towers on Holly-
wood Beach, says seasonal visitors
who are taking year-around apart-
ments in the ll-story building in-
dicate they plan to spend more
time in this area in the years
ahead.
"Many of the people who have
leased apartments in the Diplo-
mat Towers now for occupancy
in October tell us that they are
taking year-around apartments
so they can be sure of accommo-
dations. They're going to come
to the area more regularly and
stay longer as a result," Taines
said.
The multi-million dollar Diplo-
mat Towers, located just nortti of
the Diplomat Hotel, will be the
tallest oceanfront building in Brow-
ard County when it is completed
in October.
With -construction proceeding at
the rate of almost two floors per
week, the building will be ready
for occupancy in October at rent-
als of from S136 to $496 per month.
Architect Melvin Grossman de-
signed the building with a modi-
fied "T" plan to give occupants
the maximum advantage of a
panoramic view which reaches
south to Miami Beach, north to
Ft. Lauderdale, and west to the
Diplomat Hotel Country Club and
the City of Hollywood.
A two-bedroom, two-bath. 1,300-
sq. ft model apartment is open for
public inspection at the building
site. Irving Cowan is president of
the building corporation. The
Taines brothers are handling con-
struction in association with the
Robert L. Turchin Construction Co.
Chris Dalton, television Latin
dance stylist, has been ex-
tending the dance format at
the Sherry Fron'snac since
coming back from Sebring.
Wednesday nights, leading
dancers compete for the De-
Luxe Trophy Award. Dal-
ton has performed at the New
York Aqua Show and also
did a short stin' as a radio
disc jockey.
Scientists Discover Missile Fuel
JERUSALEM (JTAj A
new solid fuel for missiles has
been developed by a team of He-
brew University scientists which
promises to exceed the effective-
ness of such fuels now being
used by the Western powers, the
University disclosed this week.
The United States Air Force is
negotiating with the University
on plans for joint development ol
the discovery. Dr. Menahem
Steinberg, head of the scenitific
team, said that if negotiations with.
the Air Force are completed, it
will be possible to end remaining
tests within 18 months and to start
production of the new fuel.
Single Kosher Kitchen
JERUSALEM (JTA1 Chief
Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim ordered the
issuance ol kosher certification for
the SS Shalom, Israel's newest
ocean liner The Shalom will have
a single kitchen which will be
kosher.
Checking the City of Miami's
Opera';on Fix-Up House at
2273 SW 12th St., in prepara-
tion by the Dade County Citi-
zens Safety Council are Mrs.
Sydney Weintraub, vice
president in charge oi the
Women's Division, Glen Sud-
duth (center), Council execu-
tive director, and Herbert
Lee Simon, Fix-Up chairman.
m m *
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t u a r i c s
jeer.
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their recent pilgrimage to Israel, King Baudouin and
Fabiola of Belgium visit the forests'of the Royal House
um and plant trees with their own hands. Their Maj-
assed through Kefer Ha-Horesh, a kibbutz near Naz-
urrounded by tall Jewish National Fund forests. Af-
ing through the forest planted in 1036 end named
-s grandfather, King Albert, as well as throuah the
Elizabeth of Belgium Forest, the King and the Queen
at the site of the forest named af' tt Kina Baudouin.
ng Baudouin Forest when completed will comprise
s contributed by Belgian Jewry.
CHERRY. I...ni- M T ot 621 SW
iTili \>. dii 'I Mar. v S< n li
in c 'lllcimo, Itlvi I aidi
GREENWALO. Arthur I'. I!'. -'"
N i: n, .".Hi til died Mil H. llivi -
Hide
SUROWITZ. Inane, S3, of '........
I>r., died Mar. T Rlvershb
LOWENSTERN. Milton. "2,
t'ollins Ave \l\\ ersldi
WENGER. Ml*. Pcllcla. 7".. nl I-
r.iiilns Aw. Rive Bide
WEITZMAN, Abriihum H., si, ..)
1991 NE ITttn St. Riverside.
BERLINER. i-. -m. c\. 7". ill 66311
Indian t'n ek I H died Mar. 7 Rl\
ei-slde.
ROSANOFF. i:ffim, ':. ol 1-11 Stilt-
water I >r., died Mar. 7. Klvi hIiIi
weinstein. Sara, s", ol 1HUi Coun-
t \ Cluh Pi-ado, died .Mar 6. Qor-
.1....
WENER. Mr". Rthel C, if, ol 119611
XI-: hum In-., died Mar. '. River-
side.
GOLDSTEIN. Meyer 76, ol -'"" W
24th St. Services in Brooklyn.
Rivet-aide
GOODMAN. Joseph (*., 7::. of \7"1
o.ilins Aiv. Service*, in Philadel-
phia. RIvemMe.
KORNBLUTH. Mrs. Rose, 64, of l"i"
Jefferson Ave. Riverside.
SULTAN, Isadnre, *.'., f 7l Ocean
In. Service* in St. Paul, Minn.
Rlveralile
VINAL, Many. 72, ol 807 SB l-t SI
Serviced in Syracuse, N v River-
ride.
JANIGER, Mian Phoebe, >, ol I KM
Michigan Avi died Mar. 3. River-
side.
CHAIKEN. Jat'ob, .",::. ol 1101 ::iil si
REINNISCH, William. SI, of "" Col-
lini- Ave. Service* in New York
Kit .i-i.l.
SCHULMAN. r .mi.. 7".. ol 1" Island
Ave Servli'o* In New Vork. Ki\-
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SOCOLOFF. Irving, 64, ol II0......tin
In >rliu ill Atlanta NeW.......
H.RSCH. Tll'l -'' ol -"-'I SW Srd
Wi .....I Mai. I liurdoi
BODENSTEIN. S...... 7.1, "I 1311 Oeenn
1 'i. Sel < lei in New Voi I. New -
man
EDSON. Mi i- Paul ni llnj
I,,I 11, .-...- ill I "I, .
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KANEFSKY. IS. .....Ill an
' lii Sel'Vil N in New Vork N w-
lllan.
KREEGER. I :,. .1. 7:. of :il."i NK 2nd
A \ s. i \ i, ,-s ii New ii, Ki v -
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MANESS. Ml- Mollle. M, ol 1018
Mel dian \ Sel vices in New
Y"l U \.-\\man
PLATT. .Ins. i.Ii II 69, f SSI i lib
Si. s.- rvUvs i.i i In, au" Rlvel -
side.
SIESMAN. M -. Crnce, 69, ol Sill
X\V 17th Vve. Riverside.
STEIN. Mr- lioldle, 7::. ..t ::iii Meri-
dian A" Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN. Meyer, 7, ol 2.i3 \V.
L'ltii St, Service* in Urookiyn. Rlv-
eralde.
KAPLAN, \nna. 64, of ".:'... Tib St.
Riverside.
KAUFMAN, Jack Loul*. l.l. of 1717
t'ulllns Ave. Riverside
FREILICM. Miss Ray, Ji, ..: 5550 SW
Srd St. Uordon.
FRIEDLANDER. Sidney, 7. of 8604
11> ron Ave. New man.
HODER, ll.il Itarria, SO, ,.f 16015 NW
I2tld 'I. Hi* rsi.l.
HOFFMAN. Solon...... 72, ol SI! SB
2nd Ave Services in New York.
l;i\ erslde
JACOBS. Herman, 66, ol :.l". NW
1>. SI Rive -i.i..
KRAMER, Bills, S3, ol S31 Weal ive.
Sel \ i. in 111 ..,.|,l> n. H\\, -i,i,
SCHAFFER. Mis. Rose, 65, ol 1671
Collins Ave. Sei \ i' s in New York, '
Riv. rslde.
ZECHNOWITZ. Isldoli-. 79, 1566
I -ii11-> A.i in i \\. Services in New i
Y..i i:
GORDON. Mrs Sara, >;:' of 5712 No.
f.:^ RJ li il Mai I Rlv. I side, I
Get-Acquainted Party
Mrs. Joseph Gropen. 16197 NK
9th Ave., will host a get-iicquaiiiti party for members of Batya Chap-
ter, Mizrachi Women, on Tuesday
at 1 p.m. Committee members are
Mesdame Harry Lerner, Josepii
Maisel and Frances Goldberg-
President is Mrs. Alex Shayewitz.
Gables Chapter Luncheon
Mrs. Samuel Neiberg is chair-
ing the Coral Gables Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, luncheon or,
Tuesday at Hillel House on the
University "f Miami campus. Card
games will follow the meeting
called for 11:30 a.m.
Health Film Scheduled
American Medical Center. Free
Cancer Hospital, was to show a
movie. "Sign Post." courtesy of
TB and Health Association, at 1234
Washington Ave.. at 9:30 p.m.. on
Thursday, Mar. 12.
'Heart of Sisterhood'
Heart of Sisterhood" will be the
theme of Friday nieht services at
Temple Or Olom. All past presi-
dents of Or Olom Sisterhood will
be honored at the annual Sister-
hood Sabbath to be followed by an
Oneg Shabbat.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
StiTH'B IS HBRBHY lilVBN thai
tb.- ninl.ii-i- > ,1. deslrltw to elignae
in btislni ss in li r the llctltlotis nnme
,f iisicmi:k RBI.ATloN si:i:\ni:
at Suite M". I-" Uncoln I'.oa.l. Miami
Beach, Pin., Inl-nd to renlatei snid
name with the flerk of the t'ln ill
('nun nl li.nl. County, PVnbla.
EDW vRT> I- RBRNH
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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COUNT/. IN CHANCERY.
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h.l I., notlfli i -li.it a "..iinilaiiit
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a nil von ai I i <)nii 'I t" >.- \ ..
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the' 'oinulltlnl -ni tin I'laini ill at -
torney, KliMMBI. .v. RtKlBRS, 120
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and file Ihi.....iilnal Answ, or
other IMeadlnu in I hi of I In
I'l.-ri. .if tb.- t'lrcuil I'ourl "ii or bi
fin.- tin- litii day ol April, 1961 H
you fall to do -. judsmeiit b> fle-
fanll will In- t.'tkell .-..:n-t yoll for
Mi,- relief demanded in the ('ompluint
fin I Hvon
This notice shall in- published once
each week Uv four consecutive weeks
in THB JEWISH PLORIHIAN.
l-i.Ni: ANIi uROBREti HI Miami,
Plorida, this iliii iliiy ol March, AI .
1964.
i: li. i.i: VTHBRM \n. rierk,
Circuit Court, Hade County, Plorida
(t'ln nit Com t Sl all
lly: I. SNBBOBN, Deputy Clerk
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Jewish Floridian
Florida, Friday, March 13, 1964
Section C
Rev. Gibson Will
Speak Sunday
Rev. Theodore Gibson, president
ol the Miami Branch of NAACP,
will be guest speaker at the Miain
Beach YMHA Golden Age Club
153G Bay Rd on Sunday, 2:30 p.m
He will discuss "Passover anc
its Meaning for the Americai
Negro."
Gibson, rector of Christ Episco
pal Church in Coconut Grove, :iIs
serves as vice president of th
Florida State Conference of th
NAACP. He is a member ot tin
NAACP National Board.
Beth David Congregation is observinq the second anniver-
sary :: the Beth David Harry Simons Library, which stocks
ove: '. 300 books embracing all subjects in Judaism for adults
and children. Watching young T. R. Beer blow out the
canc.es on the anniversary cake are (left to right) Mrs. Albert
]. Bet:, chairman and mother of T. R.; Harry "Pop" Simons,
founder of the library and a pioneer member of Beth David;
and J'lxs. George Laskin and Mrs. Lawrence Scherr. members '
of the Library Committee.
SHOLtM LODGE ANNUAL CITATIONS
Gov. Collins to be Main Speaker
At Outstanding Citizen Award Function
lor-.- Gov. Leroy Collins will
In principal speaker at the nth
annua resentation of the Dade
I .mnt;- lutStanding Citizens Award
to he (1 on May 4.
Gov ollins. now president of
Nation* Association of Broadcast-
v speak at a luncheon in
honor : the nominees and recip-
ients, i cording to Sanford M.
chairman of the aitair
muI president of Sholem Lod^c.
With the chanue of date to May
; tin ; day fur nominations was
i ext< nded to Apr 10. with th.'
selectu :. by the judges to be made
ic the luncheon.
The two awards are given an-
nually to a man and woman
who, the eyes of the judges,
have cr formed the most out-
standing single function for the
good jnd welfare of the entire
Dade County community during
the preceding year.
I. ei or appointed officials
i ive compensation tor the
ne are not eligible lor
:i.
\ it ations can be re< eived
on recognized civic or ser
tici ps in Dade County Pa-
, has been its custom since
'in inci ption of the award, is Dade
Savings and Loan Association, Jo
'.' Upton, president
Permanent judges are George
lube, managing editor. Miami
Herald; Ralph Renick, vice presi-
Mt. Sinai Opens
Pediafric Unit
Mt. Sinai Hospital officially
opened its new 20-bed pediatric
unit last week. Prior to the com
pletion of the new unit, the hos-
pital maintained a 14-bed pediatric
area on the fifth lloor.
The new unit, located on tin' sec
ond lloor ol the hospital, has a
central nursing core from which
all patients can be observed simul-
taneously. The unit is divided into
private and semi-private rooms for
older children an.i teen-agers, and,
also includes areas for crib pa-
tients.
An attractive Playroom and
Parents' Waiting Room, Treat-
ment and Utility Room* are in-
cluded in this new and modern
addition to Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Each bedside is equipped with
piped-in suction and oxygen, and
the very latest in inter com equip-
ment is located both in the central
nursing core and in each room so
that the pediatric nursing staff
can not only be in contact with
the patients, but also with each
member of the nursing team Im-
mediately. A specially designed
kitchen unit is also part of the
new department so that light re-
freshments can be available for
the young patients at all times.
In keeping with the latest trends
ol patient care for young children,
the nursing staff of the new Pedi-
atric Unit will wear pastel-colored
uniforms, replacing the standard
nurses "whites
mo uutum i.wvoia in me sui_c-o_aui Crys.-.; riouse npuit-
ment's drive on behalf of CJA are Lou Harris (left) and Aisik
Brener. Through their efforts. Crystal House has become one
cf the most successful high-rise apartment drives for the 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Combined Appeal Running Ahead
With 5852,000 Pledged Thus Far
With a tot :1 of S852.UOO pledge;! to the 1964 Combined Jewish
Appeal by the first week in March, the present campaign is off
to "a very good start" toward meeting its goal of $1,386,500. it
was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. campaign chairman.
"To date, the campaign is running better than St 10.000 ahead
of the comparable date last year, and I am confident that it
every member of the Trades. Residents. Initial Gitts, Women's,
General Solicitation, and Young Men's and Young Women's Di-
visions continue their increased giving and coverage of every
card, we will succeed in reaching our goal by the campaign
closing ( inner." Dr. Lehrman stated.
"It is heartwarming to know that we have reached this
state of success in the campaign thus tar. but there are a great
number ot cards to be covered, and a large number of pledges
still to be obtained if we are to succeed in reaching our goal."
Belle Towers Gathers for CJA
GOV. LeROY COLLINS
dent, WTV.l: and Fred Shochet,
publisher, The Jewish Floridian.
Nominations should be sent to
Outstanding Citizens Award, 1963,
7-12 Seybold Bldg., Miami.
Young Marrieds
Planning Brunch
Young Married Couples ol Beth
David Con; regation will have a
brunch on Sunday. H a.m., in
the Social Hall.
.Ml children who accompany
their parents will be supervised In
the Nursery School facilities.
Cocktail party for residents of
Delle Towers On behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
co-sponsored by Jacob Sher, Leon
J. Ell and Sam C. Levenson, took
place in Sher'- apartment last
week from 5 to 7 p.m.
Co-hosts Sher and Leven-on are
mi mbers of the Campaign Cabinet
of the 1964 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and the Executive Committee
ol Federation.
EM. who is a menioer of the
Board ct Governors of Federation.
has long been in the forefront ot
support of the local Federation
agencies, and serves as president
of the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil ot Greater Miami.
The Cocktail Party at Belle
Towers is another important event
Of the Residents Division of Com
bined Jewish Appeal in which
many new high-rise apartments
have taken an active role.
Camp Supplement This Section
With June and vacation days closer than most of US
real.ze, Miami's parents and youngsters ore in the midst
of making decisions about '.he camp best fitted to fill
theii needs. The Jewish Floridian this issue offers a
supplement of camping information to help them make
their choice from among the many fine facilities avail-
able. (See Pages 8 and 9-C.)
Beth Sholom Tots
Celebrate Purim
Queen Esthers and King Horde-
cais, Hamens, princesses, and
their modern-day counterparts
were all depicted by the children
ot Temple Beth Sholom Nursery
School at then recent Purim mas
querade.
Children of the Nursery School
who participate! were Fawn Ban-
. er. Keith Cohen. Elizabeth Es-
formes, Michael Fleischman, Lori
Gale, Lissy Gettis, Jelf Grossman,
lion Grunwald. Jeff Jacobs. Ron-
, nie Lieb, Can Miller, Leslie Mil-
ler, Joey Smith. Marty Zaiac,
Bradley Arkin. Leonard Esformes,
Gregory Greene, Perei Juanito
Hill. Ricky Jaffee.
Also Toby Lebowitz. Steven Mor-
ris, Gary Nesbitt, Lisa Schwedel,
Traci Schanbrun, Jeff Silverman,
Susy Straus. Shari Wellman. Lisa
Wolk, Gary Abelson. Tracy Dia-
mond. Ben J. Genet. Steven Hal-
pert. Valerie Hendel. Gary Kess-
ler. Sharon Maisel. Abby Meisel-
man. Jason Perlinan, Adam Rob-
inson, Freddy Sail. Jon Simon,
David Spotter, David Sporn. Ruth
Stone, and Jill Wellman.
Herbert C. Bloom is director of
education at Temple Beth Sholom.
Nursery School teachers are Mrs.
Emily Grunwald, head teacher.
Mis Gail Maisel. Mrs. Nita Kop-
pele, Mrs. Aviva Kleiman, and
Mrs. Annie Chester.
Rabbi Leon Kronisb is spiritual
leader. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is
chairman ol the school's board.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet, founders of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, present a Sefer Torah to the Academy. The presen-
tation was made at a special ceremony Sunday before a gath-
ering of more than 500 persons. Also dedicated were a
specially-designed crown, breastplate and poin'er created by
Binyaminoff. noted Israeli artist.


vjenistncridltor
Friday, March 13. 1964
Niqht the Jewish Community First Saw Lady Bird
'"if* son was bavins with us technical
By JEAN R. HEMCHArFT
A( the tragic evttptl ol Noveui
hor 22, 1963. go into history, an.l
a new first lady of the land takes
over the keys to the White
House, it is well to recall the
' night that American Jewry for-
mally met Mrs Lyndon B. John-
son.
It was an exciting experience
that saw over 1.000 of us greet
Vice President and Mrs. John
son. It was a warm encounter
that saw Lady Bird, then known
to millions of Americans as the
second lady of the land, or Mrs.
V.P.. affectionately endear her-
self that night as Faigale "the
Yiddish diminutive for little bird
rulr'v s'Sl. "barely Sf-SS President Lyndon B. Johnson greets Irvir g M. M,*Kjy
after Vice President Johnson was and civic leader, and honorary president oi the Amencui
Jewish Committee, at a recent meeting in the White House
of representatives oi organizations concerned with immigra-
tion and refugees. At the meeting. President Johnson opened
a drive for passage of a sweeping new immigration law this
year.
inducted into office. The place
was the gala Grand Ballroom of
New York's Waldorf Astoria
Hotel. The occasion was a Jew-
i-h Fraternal Organization
3'nai Son's 53rd annual ban-
quet in honor of the newly-elect-
ed Vice President of the United
States In 1958. on its 59th an-
niversary, it had similarly hon-
ored a young Senator named John
y. Kennedy.
First Engagement
It was Lyndon Johnson's first
formal speaking engagement
since attaining the second high-
est office in the land.
It was though, infinitely more
to the 1.000 guests who had brav-
ed 3-inch deep snow to come and
personally pay tribute to the Vice
President. And he in turn paid
the highest tribute to these
quests. Accompanying him was
his radiant wife.
The significance of Mrs. John-
son by his side cannot be stress-
ed sufficiently, for it conveyed
a social impact that long eluded
the Jewish organizational dinner
meeting.
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COCktail-length gown with a jack-
et. "It's from Neiman-Maieus.
in Texas of course." she answer-
ed one guest. "You resemble a
Sabra." another told her. And
indeed she did with dark eyes
and hair.
"My name is really Claudia
Alta." she told this writer in
an impromptu interview we held
with her in the midst crowded circle of ladies there.
I'pon hearing this one, one lady
spoke out: "Mrs. Johnson, do
vou know that your name 'Alia'
means 'living to a ripe old age
in Yiddish translation'.'"
"I didn't." she said in a soft
Southern account, "but I'm real
happy to know it."
Mrs. Johnson, smiling in all
directions, directing her gaze to
include all the ladies present,
went on to explain why "Lady
Bird" is used rather than Claudia
Alta. It was simple. The Vice
President preferred it that way.
He is a firm believer in the
initials LBJ.
It was a most personal, warm,
intimate chat Lady Bird John-
son wa
|y, but w ith all the ladies group-
ed nearbj literally.
Knew the Ribicoffs
She had been second lady of
the land lor over a month. The
only wives oi cabinet officers
she was familiar with was Mrs.
Abraham Ribicoff. then Secre-
tary Of Health and Welfare.
We've recently dined in the
Ribicoff home." she offered, go-
ing on to extol Mrs. Ribicoff as
.i hostess
La ly Bird confided that she
was looking forward to attending
for the first time, the cabinet
wives' luncheon held once a
month, usually. "It- presided
over by the Presidents wile,
and its an unofficial gathering to
discuss problems that lace OUT
nation." she explained.
As .-he spoke, a newcomer in
the Executive Branch oi govern-
ment We, although a veteran in
the ways Of Washington proto-
col no one that night, and least
Israel Arab Leader Declares
There's Still Much to be Done
LONDON (JTAi A lead-
This was an honor. This was jng Israeli Arab politician told a
indeed a "social" revolutiona
"coming of age" distinction, the
final hechsher stamp of status.
In the reception room of the
Waldorf, preceding the affair.
ihe then Vice President Johnson
proudly introduced a beaming
lady. "Meet Mrs. Johnson, my
wife" "This is Lady Bird
." to members as well as the
iisnitaries of the organization.
Texas of Course
Small Lady Bird, standing be-
side a towering six-foot-four Vice
President, graciously shook many
hands that night and signed
many autographs on menu cards.
She wore an orange-gold brocade
British audience this week that his
fellow Arabs in Israel had bene-
fitted greatly from Government
policies but that there were still
undesirable aspects of those poli-
cies.
Abdul Aziz Zubi. deputy mayor
of Nazareth and a leading mem-
ber of the leftist Mapam Party,!
presented that evaluation to a]
meeting held in the committee
loom of the House of Commons
He said that the 250,000 Israeli |
Arabs had better education, health i
services, national insurance and a.
general improvement in living,
standards.
He described the military gov-
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of all this petite Southern Texan
who symbolized traditional south
ern hospitality, could have
dreamed that in less than three
years, the keys o( the First Lad>
of the Land would bear the
initials LBJ. just as the Pres
dent's would bear LBJ
That night in February, 1961
y.p. were the outstanding
initials of Lyndon B. Johnson,
her husband who was being hon
ored. She was there in full cul-
mination of the triumph, snaring
it with him. And when B nai
Zion announced that a forest oi
15.000 trees was to be planted in
honor ol Lyndon B. Johnson in
Israel, she clapped the luuc< si
if not the loudest in that teamen
clous ballroom, waving her arm.
to the B'nai Zionists in vain
gratitude.
Thus it was that all hearts reg
ittered with Lady Bird that night
and led the famous raconteur
Harry Her.-chlield to crjstallize
into worded sentiment the all
embracing affecting generated
"To our great nation you may
be Lady Bird." he said, "but to
all of us here tonight and to
American Jewry you will always
be Faigele."
ment in the Arab areas, how-
ever, as stemming from the phi-
losophy that Israel is for the
Jew or.ly and that the conven-
ience and just demands of the
Arab Israelis could be ignored.
He ac'ded that there was an in-
creasing number of Israeli Jews
in all walks of life, including
members of the Government and
Parliament and political leaders
who have declared that Israel's
security has not been served by
the rrilitary government.
The Arab leader said that Prem-
ier Levi Eshkol had already shown
that he was not committed to fol-
low the policy of former Premier
David Ben-Gunon who strongly
fought all efforts to relax mili-
tary government in Arab areas.
Zubi added that Premier Eshkol
had promised further improve-
ment., in the condition ot tin- Is-
raeli Arabs and that the Arabs
trusted him to implement th>
promises
Discussing the Israel-Arab
lock, he said "Israel is .. facl
and Arab leaders who thmk it can
be made to disappear are politi
cally blind and are in ulging in
wishful thinking. There is
tor an appeal to the Arab masses
above the heads ol their leaders
to tell them that peace is in the
interest ol Jews ..ml Arab, alike.
The Arab mas es would as| such
an appeal by instini as they of.
ten do in political matters
The Arab leader said that
peace in the Middle East would
have to come some day and that
it could be brought nearer by
such Israeli actions as a declara-
tion of a policy now in regard
to the problem of the Arab ref-
ugees. He said not all of the
refugees could return to Israel
or want to. but some could and
should, without affecting immi-
gration of Jews.
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MemOers of the committee appointed by the
chairman, Phillip Schiff, to formulate plans
for the forthcoming major social event of
the year at Beth David Congregation, the an-
nual Patrons dinner dance in Spector Hall on
Sunday evening, Apr. 12, are first row (left
to right) Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Beer, Mrs. Rob-
ert Traurig, Mrs. Seymour Friend, Mrs. Louis
Seitlin. Second row are Henry Kamen, Harry
"Pop" Simons, Frank A. Rose and Louis Seit-
lin. Third row are Lewis Sternshein, president
of Beth David Congregation, and Seymour
Friend.
UN is Urged to Study Water Resources
UNITED NATIONS-!JTA) A;
proposal that the United Nations
summon an international conler-(
ence of statesmen and scientists
to consider the problem of the
need of greater water resources by
underdeveloped countries was j
made here this weekend by Abba
S. Eban, Deputy Prime Minister;
ol Israel. He voiced the proposal,
as a member of the 18-man U.N. |
Advisory Committee on Science.
and Technology, currently in ses-l
sion to consider ways of aiding de-1
\ Hoping countries.
Mr. Eban i member e* a
two-man teamthe other being
Sir Norman Wright, of Britain
to work out special "erath"
programs needed by underde-
veloped countries.
He told the committee that prob-1
tents of food, population increases
and water scarcity must be given
urgent attention. In that connec-
tion, he proposed focusing of
greater attention on water scarci-
ties. Desalination of sea water, he
said, is only one aspect ol the
problem, though an important mat-
ter
Mr. Eban's proposal was back-
ed in the committee by the rep-
resentatives of Brazil, India, Co-
lombia, the U.N. Food and Agri-
culture Organization and the
United Nations Educational, Sci-
entific and Cultural Organiza-
tion.
The Israeli statesman also cau-
tioned underdevelopeu countries
against regarding the use of nu-
clear power by their areas as "a
remote vision." He advised the un-
derdeveloped lands to concentrate
their efforts on the training of per-
sonnel for "versatile" understand
ing, including the use of nuclear
energy. Mr. Eban will meet with
United States Secretary of State
Dean Rusk in Washington this
week, and with Canada's Prime
i Minister Lester B. Pearson at At-
i tawa next week, it was disclosed.
Reds Punish
Nine Persons
For Crimes'
LONDON (JTA) Six Soviet
lews and three non-Jews were
sentenced to death at the con-
clusion of the big Moscow "eoon-
imic crimes" trial involving an al-
leged "ring" of 24 "black mar-
keteers," dispatches from the
USSR capital reported here. A
seventh Jewish defendant, named
ihakerman had been tried sep-
iratelj. sentenced to death, and '
has already been shot.
In addition to the nine death
sentences, Moscow reported, four
jf the convicted men were given ;
15-year prison terms, while 10
others received lighter sentences.
The Moscow trial was the largest
mass proceeding yet held in the
LSSR's series of court cases for
alleged "economic crimes," which
resulted in scores of death sen-
tences, the vast majority of the
capital punishments being meted
out to Jews.
When the case against the 24
men was revealed in Moscow last
October, Izvestia, the official or-
gan of the USSR Government,
identified two of the "ring lead-
ers." named Shakerman and Roif
man. as Jews. Izvestia called for
| a "show trial," demanding death
sentences. However, the trial was
i closed to Western news corres-
pondents, although select reporters
for the Soviet press were admit
ted.
Capt. Avner Freudenberg, 53.
has been named Master o:
the Zim Lines new 24,500-tor.
flagship, the SS Shalom, ar-
riving in New York on he:
maiden voyage Apr. 30
Capt. Freudenberg. who was
born in Hamburg in 1911, has
been going to sea for 31
years. He settled in Israe.
in 1939 and was one of the
first to receive an Israel.
Master's license when the
State was formed in 1948.
'Medical Quackery'
"Medical Quackery" will bt
title of Dr. Clifton Border's lec-
ture for Beth David Young Adult-
on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., in the soc-
ial hail.
On Saturday night. Mar. 21, tht
group will hold a square dance
featuring a professional caller anci
troupe.
N. Y. Democrats Rap
Soviet Discrimination
WASHINC.TON (JTA1 Twen-
ty New York Democratic members
of Congress adopted a resolution
condemning discrimination by the
Soviet Union against Jews in
USSR. The resolution, introduc-
ed by Democratic Congressman
John J. Rooney, also urged fav-
orable reporting to the House on
it by the Commmittee on Foreign
Affairs.
In an extension of remarks ap-
pearing in the Congressional Rec-
ord, representative Seymour Hal-
pern, Republican of New York,
once again asked Congress to take
note of "the subtle, yet monstrous,
discrimination against the Jewish
people in the Soviet Union."
"The Soviet Government' is
cloaking its anti-Jewish policy
by allowing academic groups to
promote discrimination in its
stead," Rep. Halpcrn stated.
"The Kremlin does not want the
West to believe that it is anti-
, Jewish. The rulers subtly per-
, mit so-called private organiza-
' tions and groups to apply fhe
| pressure so officialdom will not I
be labelled with the fact.
"Our Government must seek to
| secure equality of treatment for !
the Jewish people of Russia," the
New York congressman continued.
"We must seek to end the discrim-
ination against them. We cannot
succeed by remaining oblivious to
the manifold evidence of ill-treat-
ment which is accumulating. We
should utilize all the diplomatic
instrumentalities at our command,
and work actively through the
United Nations to obtain reversal
of the ominous trends of Soviet
anti-Semitism."
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Friday, March 13, 1364
Among those attending the Food, Restaurant
and Allied Trades Division Luncheon on be-
half of Combined Jewish Appeal, which rais-
ed 18 percent more than in the 1963 luncheon,
were representatives of the major supermar-
kets in the Greater Miami community. Stand-
ing, (left to right) are Al Goulding, Grand
Union; Pete Newsom, Publix; Bernie Stevens,
S'.evens Supermarkets; H. F. Kronewitz, Grand
Union; C. L. Howell and R. H. Wade; A & P;
and Jerry Blank, National Brands, co-host at
the luncheon. Seated (left to right) are Charles
Capps, Publix; Bernard Hausman, Food Fair;
Jack Dold, Seven-Eleven Stores; co-host Jack
Stein, of Thrifty Supermarket; and Ernest Har-
ris, of Red Road Food Market, chairman of
the Supermarket Group of the division.
Eban Points to Friendly U.S. Ties
v YORK (JTA)President
n's recent disclosure thai
Miami Beach Attorney Mar-
vin L. Kimmel has been nam-
ed general chairman of the
'8th annual Florida State Elks
convention for May 21 to 24
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Kimmel is a past district dep-
uty grand exalted ruler and
a past ruler of Miami Beach
Lodge.
the United States and Israel
undertake o ni re earch : th
use "i i 'id. ar power to i ard ci
forts '" di ea water re
the "frien ly al
u! r. S.-Israc 1 relal s as icll
'i affirmath
towai d Israt statu
tific community, Abba .-
Deputy Prime Minister i i Israel,
declared here.
Mr. Eban made that statement
at a press conference a lew hours
after arriving fnr a month's visit
during which he will attend meet-
ings of the United Nations Advis-
ory Committee on the Application
ol Science and Technology to De-
velopment, and travel coast to
coast to aid the nationwide 1964
United Jewish Appeal.
The Johnson statement, he said,
must be viewed in two ways. The
first, he declared, illustrates U. S.-
::.;> and trusl in I--
The .
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States, but, indeed, for the entire
world."
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For the second Seder on Satur-
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Two Mass Murderers are Identified
Miss Marian Anderson (right), world-renowned singer, accepts
"Woman of the Year" Award from Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
president of the New York Women's League for Histadrut
Scholarships at a recent function in New York City.
Bible Contest Winners Told
Winners of the district final- in
the National Bible Contest have
been announced by Joseph Cohen.
presii i of the Bureau of Jew
ish Education. The content vva
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-m held last week at the Bureau of
Jewish Education Building.
The ten winners in the contest
include i.ois Ellenbein. Beth Tor-
ah; Jeffrey Rosenberg. Beth Am;
Anne Kaskel, Beth Torah; Stanley
Bilsker. Hebrew High School; Max
Sturman, Hebrew High School;
Daniel Margulis, Temple Israel;
Annie Kay Sturman, Beth Torah; I
Patricia Harp, Beth Torah; Mari-
lyn Langfeld, Temple Israel; and
< nit I ii ;. i, Hebn a High School. |
Winners will enter the regional
finals of the national contest to'
t>;- he'd on Sunday, at 10 a.m., at
the Bureau "i Jewish Education
Building. Regional finals will
also lake place in six other states
in the south. lion il final w ill
take place on Maj 5 in New York
City.
The district and regional con-
in Miami are under the di
rectioi 11 Herbert Berger, assc-
director ol the Bureau
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau, is regional
. hait man.
Temple Sinai Family Supper
Family supper on Sunday. 5 to 7
p.m., sponsored by Temple Sinai
Sisterhood will be held in the Tem-
ple Auditorium. Affair will include
movies lor the children.
FRANKFURT-(JTA'A younfi
German Jew, testifying here at
the trial of 21 former SS men and
a trustee charged with the mass
murder of hundreds oi thousands
of Jews at the Auschwitz-Birkenau
death compound during World
War II, identified two of the de-
fendants in open court as mass
murderers.
The witness, Hans Krankenthal.
told the court that 25 members Oi
his family were sent to Auschwitz
in 1943, and that only he and his
young brother survived because
they were used as -lave laborers
in the camp. During his two years
at Auschwitz. Frankenthal sail on
the witness stand, he came olten
"within inches of death."
Every four to six weeks, he
said, SS officers would go
through the plant where he work-
ed, picking out for death those
who were too ill to continue at
the labor. Twice, he said, he had
become "unproductive" due to
bad feet, and was about to be
sent to the gas ovens, when he
was hidden by a political pris-
oner in the plant.
He also described the death
march of the remaining Auschwitz ]
prisoners who were moved from
the camp by Nazis when the Rus-
sian army advanced to positions
near the camp. He said the pris- j
oners were marched afoot or plac-1
ed in roofless freight cars where
many froze to death.
When Presiding Justice Hans ,
II 0 f m e y e r asked Frankenthal
whether he could identify any of I
the defendants as participant- in
atrocities he had personally wit-
nessed, he hesitated at lirst. saying
Ik was not sure he could spot the
men now wearing civilian cloth-
ing instead of ss uniforms.
Finally, urge:! by the judge,
he walked slowly to Ihe defend-
ants' section and identified two
men. One was a medical corps-
man, Gerhard Neubert, wiiom
Frankenthal had previously men-
tioned by name. The other is co-
dofendant Karl Hoecker, camp
adjutant. The witness said he
had seen Neubert "select" vic-
tims for ihe death ovens, while
Hoecker had beaten him.
An unusually detailed descrip-
tion of the Auschwitz-Birkenau
can p activities was given the
court by another witness, a non-
Jewish attorney. Konrad Morgen.
oi Frankfurt. He testified that, as
a judge advocate for the SS in
1943, he had been assigned to in-
vestigate the then of gold at
Auschwitz, previously extracted
Horn the teeth of dead victims.
During that probe, he said, camp
officials showed him everything
that was going on in the camp,
from the incoming train platforms
to the death ramps and the inside.-
of the gas ovens. His guide on that
tour, he testified, was the late Ru-
e'olph Hoess, the camp comman-
dant.
"It was a most shattering expe-
rience," In' told the court. "Thou-
sands were being cremated every
day. but the machinery, ovens and
pipes were antiseptic, constantly
cleaned, everything polished. Cre
mation squads were always clean
ing and polishing." He described
the method- used to make the vic-
tims believe they were being led
only to disinfection chambers in-
stead of into ;!eath ovens. "It was
a nightmare.'" he said.
At the opening of Tuesday's
session, one of the nine judges
read a pre-trial confession made
by one of the defendants, Oswald
Kaduk. In that statement, Ka-
duk had admitted participating
in the selection of prisoners for
death, and confessed also that he
had beaten and otherwise mis-
treated some of the prisoners.
Among those he had beaten, he
had said, was Josef Cyrankie-
wici, now Prime Minister of Po
land.
Kaduk protested, however, that
he was "only a little fish in those
days," insisting that he was ""only
carrying out orders." He demand-
ed to know why "the i>i'4 -hots,
those really g Itj were not be-
ing prosecuted. He implicated s*i
eral of the present co-defendants
in his crimes. One ol them, Ro-
bert Mulka, shoute i in the court
room: "That's not true." Kaduk
yelled back that his charges
against Mulka were true. Alter a
loud exchange between the two CO-
defandants, Justice Hofmeyer rang
his bell to restore order in the
court room.
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By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
How a Beachite Dispenses Humanity
All is net g'itter and neon on Miami Beach
At the intersection of Washington Ave. and 2nd
St.. there is a small fenced enclosure defined
by ?. simple sign as Friendship Corner'- where
neighbors and strangers meet to use their time
in "quiet activities.''
Chaim Rose, of the Miami Beach Recreation Department.
is >n charge of Friendship Corner 2 on Washington Ave. Seated
at a desk among the card and checker players. Chaim Rose
dispenses free advice, notary service, affection, and his own
special brand of Judaism to elderly citizens.
It is traditional. It is a Jewish debt to give of oneself,
to share. These traits particularize Judaism." Rose said as he
introduced two chess players and got a hot game under way.
Rose docs not belong to any congregation; yet he considers
himself a practicing Jew. He seeks to fulfill his faith and re-
ligious convictions without ceremony. He is concerned "with
philosophical Judaism rather than ritual Judaism.'' Perhaps
he might be termed a frustrated rabbi, "but I am devoted to
a iving. a working Judaism."
The Scribe of Yesteryear
With the build of a heavyweighl fighter and the smile and
warmth that could only be generated by one at peace with him-
self, Chaim Rose makes his ideas and ideals the focus of his
every hour's activity. And they come in droves to Friendship
I o ner, these people who. for the first time in their lives, have
lei tire time to use They conic to sit quietly with others, to
ph j the games, to bask in the sun and atmosphere where their
dignity is protected and their potential considered a reality
Like the scribe of yesteryear. Chaim Rose writes and reads
let its to his people. He has acquire! a small library Ol Yid
dish book- which they may borrow He listens to detailed des-
criptions ol aches and pains. Perhaps his listening may be his
most sought-after function.
Realizing the drive of older people to learn, to communi-
cate, to be aware of world problems. Rose organized a public
to; mi which he calls "The People Speak."
No Personal Commitment
Every first and third Friday evening of every month ex-
perl speakers on varied topics are presented. Unable to ob-
ta i a meeting place on any other evening except Friday, Rose
was placed in the unfortunate position of competing with tra-
dit "But." Rose said, "the people who fill the auditorium would
no; be going to services anyway. The majority of them do not
be ong to any congregation. At least, what they hear at our
meetings they can understand. The prayers they have learned
bj rote and would repeat if they went to Temple have no mean
iii'. for them. The Temple offers them little to carry over into
their daily lives. They feel no personal commitment."
After the formal program of the People Speak, the floor
is opened not only to questions, but individual ideas and prejudices
an aired, and the audience feels a keen sense of participation.
Some problems have arisen because of the Friday night
schedule. There are some Jewish speakers who, of course, are
not available for this evening. But, on the other hand, the num-
beis who flock to the programs are evidence that there is little
conflict in the area as to Friday night loyalty.
Chaim Rose was born in New York's Chinatown. His formal
schooling consists of courses in food technology and culinary
arts. But he is a perennial student, consistently steeping him-
self in philosophy and the teachings of great men.
'Just Leave it to Me'
Upon meeting Chaim Rose, one may lose his faith that
is taith in the singlc-mindedness of purpose of the "nice Jew-
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CHAIM ROSE
the fixer-upper
ish girl Chaim Rose i- unmarried. It's unheard of. and in
Miami Beach, yet.
But beiny unlettered leaves Rose Ihc lime and energy for
his varied projects. He is a charter member of Friends. Hade's
suicide prevention corps of volunteers. He is a member ot the
Florida Paraplegic Association, the Mental Health Society and
until recently was the Foster Parent of a destitute child in
Italy.
\ grey-haired gentleman with sagging paunch and spirits
approaches "I can't find a good chess player. No one wants
to play with me."
Chaim Rose gets up. He throws a friendly arm over the
stooped shoulder. "I'll lix it up for you." he says ",lut leave
it to me."
And that's what thc> are doing al Friendship Corner on
Miami Beach. They are leaving t., Chaim Rose And it is
in good hands, hands that articulate the pride, the responsibil-
ity, the heart of a Jewish man who is living the Jewish life as
he sees it.
Sabbath Luncheon
At Emanu-EI
Confirmation Department and
USY Groups ofTenipIc Emanu-Kl
will hold a special Sabbath lunch
eon following services on Saturday
morning.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will extend
greetings.
The Confirmation Class will lead
a discussion on the "Sabbath," and
a report on I'SY activities has
been prepared.
After lunch the youngsters will
join in special sabbath songs and
dances.
Welcome
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Special Family
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Carn. ing on our communin "s
traditional hospitality.
Welcome Wagon Calls
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Teeing off on the first hole to start the Shotgun Tournament
at the second annual Westview Country Club Federation Day
are (left to right) Herb Login; co-chairman, Daniel Gilman;
chairman, Dr. Norman S. Jaffe; and Harry Rabin.
Candidates Running
For Three Vacancies
On Surf side Council
Mrs. Rhea Gladwin
Rhea Cashman Gladwin has an-
nounced her candidacy for one of
ihe throe seats on Surf side City
I louncll to be voted on at the Mar.
II election.
Owner of the Shore Palace Apt.
Hotel and a Surfside resident for
n years, this marks Mrs. Glad-
win's first political campaign.
Founder president of Women's
Division, Chamber of Commerce.
Surfside, I5al Harbour and Bay
Harbor Islands, and of Surf-Bal-
Bay Library, Mrs, Gladwin served
*or .-even years on the PlanmnK
and Zoning Boards of Surfside
Mrs. Gladwin is a member of
Brandei-j University, National Wo-
men-' Committee; National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women; life member
and past president, Stephen S.
Wise Croup of Hadassah; Temple
Israel Sisterhood; Miami-Dade
County Chamber of Commerce;
Surfside Civic Assn., Surfside Mu
mc Society.
John R. Spatz
Real estate man John R. Spatz,
candidate for a seat on the Surf-
tide Council, has been a member
of the Surfside Planning and Zon-
ing Board for the past four years.
01 the aeyera] problems facing
Surfside ""Inch would attract my
immediate attention if elected.''
Spatz lists "poor drainage and an
I inadequate sewer system; traffic
' in the business section on Harding
Ave., from 94th to 96th St.. which
is the scene Of more traffic acci-
i dents than any other two Streets in
jail of Florida; and need for a
. strong conflict-of-interest law."
Spatz. a rcsiuem o. Surtside for
i the past nine years, is a life mem-
' her of the Hebrew Academy and
belongs to Masons, Elks, and Civic
Assn. of Surfside. His wife, Sara,
l- vice presi lent of Emma Lazarus
: Chapter ol Hadassah.
Dan Piver
Dan Piver. candidate for Surf-
side Council, has inaugurated a sc-
ries of Sunday breakfasts to be
held at his home. 8851 Cailyle
Ave., until the election.
Sponsored by his supporters, the
! group meetings "ill give voters an
opportunity to discuss town affairs
and Piver'S views on them.
Executive director of the Great-
er Miami Industrial Park, Piver
has been active in civic, charitable
and social projects on a local and
national level. He has been a resi-
dent ol Surfside for nine years.
as Surfside Town Councilman. A (
resident lor nine years, Wise lives
with'his wife at 400 88th St., Surf-
side.
During his first term in the
Council, incumbent Wise calls at-
tention to the fact that he '"engi-
neered the franchise by which the
Peoples lias Co. pays lor use of
streets, Southern Bell Telephone
Co, was ordered to pay occupa-
tional tax.'"
i
,.i
Lee Howard
First elected to the Surfside
Council in 1956, Lee Howard is
again seeking one of the three
mm- to be voted on Mar. 17.
Owner of Lee Howard Advertis-
ing Co., incumbent Howard is run-
ning ""on my record."
He calls attent.on to the fact
that '"While on the Council, I sup-
ported sale of the old Town Hall
to finance new modern building;
better police and lire protection;
and development of Harding Ave."
Howard lives with his family at
8986 Bay Dr.
Kenneth A. Wolis
Attorney Kenneth A. Wolis. 1958
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami Law School, in announcing his
candidacy lor the Surfside Town
Council, says that "the govern-
ment of Surfside should be re-
turned to the people."
Says Wolis, "Surfside needs bet-
ter streets and drainage facilities,
more adequate parking, and in-
creased property values. I believe
I can bring an era of improvement
and harmony to Surfside, if elect-
ed."
Past vice president of the Surf-
side Civic Assn., candidate Wolis
is a director of the North Dade
Bar Assn.. of the Surtside Music
Society, and of the Surf Bal-Bay
Library Assn.
Baby Burning Described
FRANKFURT UTA) The
burning ol a Jewish baby alive,
the stuffing of the gas ovens al
Birkenau with so many Jewish
victims that the Nazi- had to build
an outdoor pyre to cremate the
martyrs more quickly, and the
deaths of many from rat bites were
described in detail here at the re-
sumed session of the trial of 22
former Auschwitz-Birkenau otli
eel's. guarJs and medical person
nel.
The testimony came from a non-
Jewish woman physician, Dr. Ella
Lingens, of Vienna. She spent two
years at Auschwitz for having been
active as an anti-Nazi in the Aus-
tralian Social Democratic Parly.
"I was not a typical prisoner,'
she told the court, "but I saw
and heard everything. The mor-
tality rate in the women's camp
was as high as 350 a day. They
died from disease, exhaustion,
beatings, hunger." Rats attack-
ed both the dead and the living,
she said.
She said she knew about the
Birkenau crematorium almost as
soon as she arrived at the death
camp. "At first, I thought it was
used only to cremate bodies of peo-
ple who ha I died 'natural' deaths.
Then one night 1 saw women being
driven into the gas ovens, scream-
ing and begging for mercy. About
15 minutes later. 1 saw the smoke
becoming thicker, rising from the
chimneys. Then 1 knew."
Early in 1944, she said, thousands
Of Hungarian Jews were brought
into the camp. "They sent so many
tc the gas chambers," she contin
tied, "thai the crematoria were too
full. So they built a pyre outdoors,
and threw bodies into the lire. I
saw one SS officer throwing a live
babv into the fire
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Friday, V.crch !3, 1964
Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps
i bowling, horseback ridinp. tennis, .
baton twirling, arts an.i crafts,
I sports, i-ampouts, and special \
\ events. Field trips are planned lor i
! the Seaquarium. zoo. museum and
: other places of interest to children. |
I ,
This year, again, Camp Simcha
will be the camp designed with J
: children in mind," said Knobcl.
Blue Star Camps
In addition to the riding pro-
gem-cuttinf
Nursery camp will be in session
i, u .u .u ..._ i again, with mature school teach-
ThtowUlbe the 17th season for ^ ^ ,
Blue Star Camps situated in the caDacjt; nrm|n
Blue Ridge Mountains of North | Dt a "Pac> ro"P-
Carolina, near HendersonviUe. Facilities at Temple Adath I gram, campers' activities include
Geared to the needs of girls and | Yeshurun are spacious, including .skiing and boating on the two
bora from 7 to 17 the all-over pro- three acres of lenced-in grounds. | large 40-acre lakes, arts and crafts,
gram is divided into six separate new play yard, swiming facilities.: dramatics, ceramics
programs for different age groups, and air-conditioned building.
In addition to all the usual camp- Registration is open now. Knobcl
ing activities, the 500-acre private I is at the Temple every Sunday,
estate with two lakes is ideal forl (
horseback-riding, trips to Blue |
Ridge and Smoky Mountains. x $fc ^ Q
Founder-directors are Harry G. *
and Herman M. Popkin. 1100 Cres-j sky-Lake Camps, situated on
many overnight and trail rides. A its site located >.\ miles ,,\ 0{
rodeo arena offers a fine setting HendersonviUe. N ... in the heart
lor the "showdcos" put on weekly of the. Blue Ridge Mountains, over
bv the campers. 2,000 feet above sea levei Camp
Judaea is a non-profit carr > spon-
Camping program fcr ages 6 sorcd bv florid... Southeastern
through 17 concentrates on water- ( an(j southern Hi-< as*ah and the
sports, athletics, both English and southeastern Region of the Zionist
Western horseback riding and trip-| Organization of America, through
outs. the Southern Zionist youth Com-
Owner-directors of Belle Aire are mission.
Bca and Reuben Komisar. Embodiment of Young Judaea,
youth movement <: Hada.-sofa and
. l Zionist Organization of America.
Camp Judaea ^thc camp pro;:i<._;- designed to
Camp Judaea will begin its tenth '
season this summer, the third at Continued on Following ?*.,,
and all land sports.
Directing the camp will be Ira
and Donna Stcinmetz and Sid and j
Marilyn Greenspan, who will be
solely responsible for the program
and the supervision of the staff.
Registration is now underway for
boys and girls, 6 through 17 years
of age.
cent Ave.. NE, Atlanta, Ga. \lfiW acres of forests, lakes and!
For further inlormation in the mountains in the Blue Ridge Moun-
Miami area contact Mrs. Lil Ro-;, j represent a scenic wonder-1,. in" fi24-069; Dadc
sen, Mrs. Roz Sutta or Harry Kap-; land'where sound ideals and warm U"'ed ** ld"'
Ian.
Camp Simcha
companionship can help each
camper to achieve greater per-
sonal fulfillment.
Horsemanship and water-skiing
will be featured this year at Sky-
Lake Camps, under the tutelage
of Mrs. Roz Klausman, veteran
riding instructor who has been as-
Further information may be ob-
)> calling 624-0692 ir
County or 089-2137 in Hollywood.
Camp Ocala
Camp Simcha, summer day camp
sponsored by Temple Adath Yesh-
urun, is being readied for its 1964
season.
Martin Knobcl. director of Camp Under Mrs. Klausman's dircc-
Simcha. has released an outline of tion. Sky Lake campers have won
plans which include swimming, many riding prizes and ribbons.
Located in the Ocala National
Forest of central Florida. Camp
Ocala is 285 miles north of Miami.
sociated at Sky-Lake Camps for Dirccto aro Dr. and M Theo.
more than 12 years.
Under Mrs. Klausman's
dore Struhl. Frankie and Ben Mil-
ler. Maj. and Mrs. Leonard Woll-
man. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
Wollman. with local offices at 1451
N. Bayshore Dr.
The eight-week summer season
for boys and girls from 5 to 16
takes in horseback riding, swim-
ming, water skiing, canoeing, arts
and crafts, arthery, tennis, fen-
cing, dancing, dramatics and sing-
ing.
There is one counselor for every
three of the 250 campers, accom-
modated on separate sites tor boys
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8 WEEKS, Juno 22 Aug. 16 $400 4 WEEKS ONLY $225
All ACTIVITIES SWIMMING SPORTS o ARTS t, CRAFTS
PROFESSIONAL COUNSFLORS DOCTOR and NURSE
Food under direction of Phillip Weiss of Royal Hungarian Restaurant
A REWARDING JEWISH EXPERIENCE
Special Tutoring for Bar Mitzvah and Hebrew Classes
OFFICE LOCATED AT
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Phones 532-5694, 534-0421
and girls. Staff members are col-
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Food is Jewish-American, and
services are held every Friday
evening.
Camp Belle Aire
Camp Belle Aire. at the Sunset
Rock Dude Ranch Site, is located j
2.700 feet above sea level on the -
Cumberland mountain plateau be-
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with 600 acres of woodland sur-
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spring-fed lake.
The ranch camp program for
boys and girls from 8 to 17 spe-
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They'll Swim ... Fish ... Study Arts and Many Crafts
Continued from Preceding Pge
translate into a day-by-day living
p&fltcttl those values which com-
prise the Young Judaean program
on a year-round basis.
Not only will campers of Camp
Judaea live a creative Jewish life,
but they will develop talents in
many areas of camping. These in-
clude swimming, canoeing, ritlery,
archery, land sports, campcraft
art! and crafts, dramatics, and
licit! trips to tourist attractions in
western North Carolina.
The brother movement of Young
Judaea is the Tsolim (Scouts of
Israel*. -Representatives of the
Tsolim in the Southeast area, Uri
Aviram leader, will play an active
role in the program of Camp Ju
daea.
Camp Judaea's staff of mature
counselors and specialists, college
men and women, educators and
jroup workers, are chosen because
i skills in camping, education,
ioup work. Young Judaea and
Judaism. Many have spent from
.) summer to a year in Israel.
Kor further imormation write
10 George Stern, 50 Whitehall,
Suite 302. AtldUta 3. Ga.
Pine Forest Camp
Co-edueational Camp I'ine For-
est has an extensive program of
water and camp activities, and is
located in Elkins Park. Pa.
For brochures and further infor-
mation, contact local representa-
tives,, Pithiah Studio-., at 323 W.
47th fit.
Camp Gan Israel
Camp Gan Israel of Florida.
purchased in January, is scheduled
to open its doors for the first time
' in June for eight weeks of camp-
! ing. Sports, arts and crafts and j
Hebrew classes arc planned for the j
summer.
Rabbi Abraham Korf, Southeast-
ern regional director of the Mer-1
J kos L'Injronei Cbinneh, sponsors
i of the kosher camp, announces
that plans for an olympic-sized
swimming pool for the camp have
', been made.
The rabbi, who makes his head-
quarters for the Merkcs in Miami
Beach, has scheduled meetings j
with officials in Deland, Fla., for |
construction of a pool. Merkos is :
the central organization for Jew-.
I ish education pi the Lubavitchcr
movement.
Camp Gan is located seven miles
from Deland or. 48 acres of what
was formerly the Millionaires
Country Club.
Lake Owego Camp
Lake Owego Camp, limited to
boys 8 to 15, occupies 125 private
and secluded acres of pine, spruce
and hemlock forests atop the Po-
; cono Mountains in Lords Valley,
1 Hawley, Pa.
Mature and experienced cabin
I leaders supervise the camp pro-
! gram of waterfront activities,
' crafts, athletics, rlflcry, scouting,
fishing, archery, canoe trips, ten-
i nis, water-skiing, skin diving and
j scuba.
1 Friday evening services are
held thOUghout the eight-week
tamp season, and a resident reg-
istered nurse and a physician are
on 24-hour call
Camp director is Carl Freed-
man, currently youth director of
K. I. Synagogue in Elkins Park
and physical education teacher in
the Mayfair School of Philadel-
phia
Camp Pinewood
Marking its tenth anniversary
under the same ownership and di- ;
rectors, Camp Pinewood in the
Great Smoky Mountains, N.C., is
offering a new camp policy for
1964. In addition to the regular
eight-week session, there will be
a choice of two four-week sessions.
Enrollment is limited to 200 boys
and girls from 5 to 17. There is
a separate teen-age program and
a counselor-in-training course at
the camp.
Only three miles from Mendcr-
sonvillc and easily accessible by
automobile, railroad and air, Camp
Pinewood is situated on gently
rolling acreage 2,400 feet above
sea level.
Activities, under the guidance of
mature and capable statf mem-
bers, take in all water sports, boat-
ing, horseback riding, golf, tennis,
camp craft, music appreciation,
dancing, photography, trips and
hikes.
Local offices are at 535 W. 30th
St. Directors are Dr. and Mrs.
Donald D. Michaelson and Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Meltzer.
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Friday, March 13, 1964
Honor Student on Princeton Carpet for Bigotry
PRINCETON, N.J. (JTA) A upbraided by the president of the ; letter to the student newspaper
Princeton University honor stu- university. Dr. Robert A. Goheen, published two days before he was
dent, who received the university's lor an anti-Semitic attitude. honored, questioning the signifi-
' Freshman Honor Prize" only last Paul J. Ponomarenko. of The cance of the Warsaw Ghetto up-
week in a cercmonw on the cam- Bronx, whose parents are Russian rising, asserting that the Jewish
pus attended by 1.000 persons, was and who was horn in Poland, wrote '"drive'' to get non-Jews to believe
_________________________________________________________ 6.000.000 .lews had been murdered
by the Nazis is only an "image"
set up by Jews, and stating that
Jews have advanced the story
about the Warsaw Ghetto rebellion
to counter fears that Jews would
be called "cowards." "This fear."
he alleged, "is based on a deep-
seated teeiing oi inferiority in
physical comhcl and military af-
Super-Salesmen
To Get Awards
Miami Chapter of the Sales and
Marketing Executives Interna-
tional will present "Distinguished
Salesman's Awards" on Apr. 11 at
a Miami Springs Villas banquet.
William Binder, president of
Binder-Baldwin Piano Co., and
SME publicity chairman, said "Os-
cars" will be awarded to salesmen
selected by their respective com-
panies for outstanding sales
achievement.
A red carpet will be put down
for the award ceremonies, and
wives of winners will be presented
: orchids.
I Binder said the "Distinguished
Salesman's Award" will be limit-
ed to a total of 30 winners.
fairs that the Jews have always
had."
Dr. Goheen, writing to the
student newspaper, stated that
the Ponomarenko letter "patent-
ly, speaks from blind prejudice
and is utterly foreign both to the
intellectual and moral ideas of
the university. It is an old but
sadly persistent fact that high
intelligence and moral sensitiv-
ity, intellect nd wisdom, do not
necessarily go together."
The campus newspaper also
printed 1 Oother letters on the is-
sue raised by the student All but
one were critical of the student,
who is not only an honor .student.
hut also manager of the varsity
baseball team. He has, rn-vev jj'
not retracted.
Instead, he said "I am repulsed
that the suffering of the Jews has
been so overplayed."
Mrs. Morris A. Skop, art supervisor of Temple Beth Shirah
Art Department, selects outstanding work by several students
who have been working in ceramic and tile on a history of
the twelve tribes of Israel. With Mrs. Skop, who is also a
teacher in the Dade County public schools, are Robin Roth
ad Gary Farbish.
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Linda Blumenfeld, Susan Swartz, Kenny Bron-
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Walter Cohen. Also participating were Larry
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Y, March 13. 1964
SHOPPING AROUND
WlUfr
Mother's Product*
are not too many foods
ease every member of the
Horn the smallest to the
but two that fill the bill
(other's Gelfilte Fish and
s Bite-Sized Matza Balls.
-e fine products are made
nly the freshest kitchen
ngrcdicnts that Mom herself
use.
[Ler's Bite-Size .viatza Balls
ay to use and delicious to
fjust add them to your fav-
oup and then get set lor
intent.- Irom your family
f.ends
is Gefilte Fish can be
J1 : canapes, appetizers, or
imam course. For festive
slue ine long pieces Of
- Gef'lte Fish into half-
), es Place on serving tray
toothpick in each slice.
with par-lev. and serve
^Bi -eradish.
Pick i ther's
Uefilfl Fish and Mother's Bite-
Site Bi/.i I'...1- (n serve at your
PassoTe Enjoy the best,
enjojrmothcr'-. certified Kosher
and ftnc lor your Passover
pleasure
Domino Sugar
DonAo Sugar needs no intro-
duction to Jewish housewives be-
cause it li..- Ii'-i-u a tradition in
Jewish home.- for generations.
With I', : approaching, it
would be i "nl idea to take
a quick cluck of Domino products
to make sure your home is well
sttafced with t: -c line items that
it valuable in your kitchen and
table
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Wui pa ,!. informative bulle-
fc>eing distributed to busi-
and hotel operators by
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this week acclaimed by
Sers "as an outstanding
constructive information
prevention of crime."
d "Commentary." the
prepared by Constable
Weinstcin. contains ar-
detection and prevention
ot crimes common to the tourist
community, along with checklists
i of suggested safety precautions.
j Special emphasis is placed on of-
I fenses which plague hotel opera-
tors and merchants, such as bur-
glaries, bad checks and non-pay
ing "skips."
Also included is information on
the operation of Contable Wein-
stein's office, and ways the pri-
vate citizen may avail himself of
these services.
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Heading the list is Domino gran
ulated sugar, a "must" for your
hot coffee and tea. Then, for
your Seder table, take your pick
ol Crystal Domnio Tablets or the
Hostess Tablets that add a party
look to all hot beverages. When
it's Domino Sugar, you're sure
it's pure.
Look for these fine products
which are Kosher for Passover.
The 2 lb. and 5 lb. Domino Sugar
pour spout packages have special
Passover recipes on the box.
Tetley Tea
Smart housewives will be ready
for Passover entertaining just as
they arc every year. These arc
the ones who serve and enjoy
letley Tea every season of the
year, 'letley Tea, like the enjoy-
ment in brings, knows no season
It's part Of the scene no matter
what the weather
Nothing will take the chili off
in later winter or early spring
[aster, and more plca-ar.tly. titan
a cup of piping hot Tetlej Tea
Tetley Tea is the only tea with
the famous "tiny little tea leaf"
flavor, and you get the same hear-
ty taste cup alter cup.
It's no wonder that Tetley Tea
is the tea drinker's tea. and the
favorite of Jewish families every-
where. If you are not a tea drink-
er, all the more reason to try Tet-
ley. You'll find it a welcome
change from your regular drink,
and you'll know you are drinking
the best tea money can buy.
Mott's and Sunswet
When making up your shopping
list for Passover, do yourself and
your familj a favor by including
a number of Moll's and Sunsweet
products.
Start with Mott's Apple Sauce,
which is the perfect dish with any
meal, it has been the overwhelm-
ing choice of Jewish housewives
for many years.
Next on your list put Mott's Ap-
ple Juice or Sunsweet Prune Juice.
With the kids home Irom school
for the holidays either one is
ideal for breakfast or late after-
noon energy boo-l.-.
For different taste treats, try
some of the other juices from Dut-
fy-Mott. These include Sunsweet
Apricot Nectar. Sunsweet Apricot-
Applc-Prunc Juice, and Mott's
A.M.. a fruit juice which is actual-
ly five "good health'" juices in
one delicious drink.
As long as you are making up
your list, don't forget Sunsweet
Cooked Prunes, plump, tender
prunes in heavy syrup.
All of these line product.- arc
certified kosher for Passover.
Look for the rabbinical seal on
the package.
Planters Oil
Housev ;\ '- v ho ha\ e come to
depend on Planter- Peanut Oil for
s. much ol their cooking and bak-
ing can go righl On enjoying this
product during Pas-oxer. Plant
ers Peanut oil i- certified kosher
and parve for Passover so you
never have to be without this de-
licioush light, poly-unsaturated
oil.
Here i- a tasty recipe for you
to try during the Passover holi-
days.
low baking pans. Arrange layer
ol potato -lues in each pan. turn-
ing potatoes to coat both sides
with oil. Bake in very hot oven
(450 deg. F.) about 25 minutes or
until golden brown. Drain, season
and serve. 6 hearty helpings.
Colgate's Ajax
Housewives have known for
years that Ajax means "clean,"
and they have made this Colgate-
Palmolive product a favorite in
their homes. Now the name Ajax
appears on an all purpose cleaner
with ammonia added. Ajax liquid
will have your home sparkling
clean for Passover quicker than
you ever thought possible.
In fact, it cleans like a white
tornado, getting into corners and
hard to clean areas, turning them
sparkling clean without scraping.
The extra benefit of ammonia
makes Ajax ideal for cleaning
floors, walls, woodwork, and every
other washable thing in your
home.
Other Colgate-Palmolive pro-
ducts thai can make your Pass-
over ih ires easier are pink li-
quid Vel, certified Kosher and
parve for all your meal and dairy
dishes, and heavy duty Fab, the
detergent that is not a pow er or
i. but liny beads ol com
pn ed cleaning energy, New
Fab has penetrating power thai
gets your toughest wash clean
clear through. Fab and Ajax are
also certified Kosher and Parve
Use all of these fine prodects
and thi- Pas-over you'll have
more time to spend with your
family and your guests.
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Mother will wanl to keep a
fresh pot on the stove so that w her
the holiday cooking is done and
the sponge cake is cooling by the
window, she can relax with a good
cup of coffee
Then late at night, when the
last Seder guest is gone and the
children are all tucked in bed,
Mother and Father can keep the
holiday glow alive by chatting over
their final cup of Maxwell House
Coffee.
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through, make your guests feel
truly "at home" by serving them
Maxwell House, the coffee that's
good to the last drop.
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Pare potatoes and cut crosswise of perfecting the best possible
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*Jmtoti ThrMKbri
Friday, March 13, 1964
Mrs. Irving Weiner, chairman of the Purim Carnival at
Beth David last Sunday afternoon, sells tickets in advance
to her daughter, Maria. Assisting Mrs. Weiner on the com-
mittee were Mrs. Murray Dacks and Mrs. Robert Traurig.
Other committee members (not shown) are Mrs. Willie Lish
and Mrs. Leonard Wolf. The carnival featured many rides,
booths, circus food and children's treats.
LBJ Was Guest in Jewish Home
LOS ANGELES (JTA)
President Johnson used the beau-
tiful home of a leading California
Jewish couple, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Taubman, during his trip to Palm
Springs for his meeting with Pres-
ident Adolfo Lopez Mateos of
I i ico.
During their sessions, wliich in-
cluded a state dinner, the two
statesmen and their aides were
surrounded by objects of art re-
flecting the identification of the
Taubmans with Juadism. These
include a gleaming brass menor-
ah. a Sabbath candelebra. and an
antique Israeli plate.
The Taubmans have dedicated
a chair of applied mathematics
at the Weizmann Institute in
memory of Herman Taubman,
founder of the family fortune.
The Taubmans are active mem-
bers of Temple Isaiah in Palm
Springs.
Both Mr. Taubman and his fath-
er were supporters of President
Johnson throughout his public
career.
Thus it was that a Protestant
American President and a Cath-
olic Mexican President enjoyed
the hospitality of a Jewish citi-
zen in the United State-
REMEMBER
The memories ot Passovers gone bythe search and sale of the ChometzGrandpa
poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and theChorachesputting on the
new suit ot clothes and shoespockets full of hazel nutsand almonds anxiousl."
waiting for the Seder to startUncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always latethe whot
family togetherGrandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair besid<
himGrandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke" my queen, h
called herthe Kiddush and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah" and the answer give
with Grandpa's voice ringing out over allthe first half of the Hagadah almost over-
even the bitter herbs tasted so goodPassover it was always "strong"all were com*
pelled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt waterand
then the mealnobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandmawe atean*
ate and then the "Benehen"-and the rest of the Hagadah-and some more cups of
wine -and the opening of the doorand the stories of how in the old country someona
frightened the whole family by appearing at that doorbut best of all the tongs with.
which the second half of the Hagadah aboundand the feeling of drowsinesscontent-
ment-and the thought that tomorrow the same thing once more........
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Hayride For
Temple Judea
Ninth grade Sunday school class
at Temple Judea is having a hay-
ride, picnic and hootenanny on
Saturday evening at Crandon Park.
Evening will begin with a Hav
dalah service conducted by Rabbi
Mordccai Podet in the Youth
Lounge at 5:30 p.m.
Youngsters will leave the Tem-
ple at 6 p.m. in the hay trucks, un-
: er the supervision oi Jerome
T.itt. faculty member.
'Living Hebrew1
To End Series
"Living Hebrew, the television
program sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education on Station
WTHS, Ch. 2. will present its
final program on Thursday. Mar.
26. The program will celebrate
the festival of Passover and out-
! line the concept of freedom.
Classes at Congregation Beth
| El, under the direction of George
! Goldberg, instructor, will partici-
j pate in the program. Louis
! Schwartzman. executive director
i of the Bureau, directs the pro-
gram. "Living Hebrew" has been
seen on Ch. 2 for six years and
will begin its seventh year of
broadcast in September. 1964.
"Living Hebrew" is an experi-
mental approach to the study of
Hebrew language, and associates
the language directly with Jew-
ish values through meaningful
stories from Hebrew lore.
Broadcasts this year were bas-
ed on an experimental textbook.
'Hebrew Through Values," writ-
ten by Schwartzman and Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff. Bureau consul-
tant.
Poston to Head
Children's Center
Ralph Poston has been unani
mously elected president of the
Children's Center, non-profit day
school for emotionally-disturbed
children.
The Children's Center, at 700 NW
LeJeune Rd., is supported by pn
vate contributions. The Dade
County School Board does provide
one teacher. Current students are
aged 7 to 9.
Murroy Dubbin is seeking re-
election to his Group 6 seat
in the Florida State Legisla-
ture. A native of Dade Coun-
ty and a practicing attorney,
Dubbin pledged "to finish the
job I ini'-iated in 1963 as a
freshman legislator to bring
clean industry and a fairer
return of the tax dollar to
Dade."
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[ulitzer-prize winning author, Herman Wouk. is presented
Vith an antigue Megillah by Jacob C. Cohen, honorary vice
tosident of the Hebrew Academy. Presentation was made
t the Academy las*. Friday in rcognition of Wouk's "advance-
ment of Day School education in the United States." Left to
Ight are Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wouk. and Louis Mer-
Vitzer, president of the Academy.
'ortions cf the Law Show
he Way to Our Cleansing
By .
(ABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Beth Tfilah Congregation
Thi S;iiiir lies Hachodesh'' because,
lition to the regular Por.
: i'ic.Week read during the
g si rvii es, we read a spe-
ftir in the Book of Exodus
r XII. the part which tells
: the great imp rtance and
. nee ol the Month "Nis-
month." the Torah ti I
- in \ erse 2, "shall be unto j ou
i" I'i'.einning of months." Name-
it shall be the beginning ol
ie Jewish monthly calendar
par. it shall be the first month
: the year to you." And our
tell us "that the first day
|dI \isson is Rush Hashona Lim-
ichim and Rosh Hashona Lire-
Igolini." Kings count their year
[l:om Nisson, and the holidays are
'jV' red and adjusted through the
1 nrtiVith of Nisson.
For the whole of Israel, this
[month denotes the throwing off
slavery and the beginnings of
nvw era; the era of freedom,
|he era of independence, and the
Jra of self-respect.
Parshes Hachodesh" is not the
|n!\ Shabbat preceding Passover
which we read a special Maftir.
,~ the end of a series of four
|h.ibbatim in which we read such
pecia] Maftir. These are calld
tic "Four Parshiyoth." Their
|ames are "Parshes Shkolim,"
Marshes Zochor," "Parshes Po-
ih" and "Parshes Hachodesh."
| These readings remind us of
be meaning of Freedom to the
i'ui-h nation. "Parshes Shkol-
il," the first of them, reminds
that each and every one ol us
merely a half of a whole. We
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
A Reform Congregation
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob G. Bornjtein. Cantor
Services friday, 8:15 PJA.
SERMON:
WHAT DO WE MEAN WHEN
WE SAY 'GOD GIVES AND
GOD TAKES AWAY'?"
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ave., MB.
CotUMrvfttlve
>R. IRVING LEHRMAN. Rabbi
Hirjh Adler. Cantor
iday Evening Service 8:30 P.M.
RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
I 'ir-M'tor. S4Miih,-HKt,'iii Region
I'lilted SynasofflM of America
GUEST PREACHER In honor
"f I'nltud Synagogue Sabbath
Saturday Morning Service 9 A.M.
Sermon 10:30 A.M.
We I in it,- Your Inqulrlea
ptegardlDfl rTamlly m,nibi rshlps
JE 8-2503
MINYONAIRES
SYNAGOGUE
3737 Bird Road, Miami
Pk. 446-2181
YAHKZtlT and KADOISH
Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
8at.| Sun., 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
starting now
redeem our souls by a half of a
whole shekel onl>," not more. It
reminds each and every one ol
us that we are a part of a people
not the whole people. We are
equal to others, and not more
than they are.
"Parshes Zochor," the "Sec-
ond Parshe," teaches us to re-
member our enemies and what I
they have done to us at the time j
when we were helpless; to re-
member that the cause of their
hatred was just because we are
a God-fearing people, and for no I
other reason.
"Parshes Poroh," the third,
teaches us that in order to be a '
free people we must cleanse our-
selves from contaminating con-
ditions. It we are contaminated,
we will contaminate even the
sanctuaries." We will destroy
holiness; we will undermine the ,
great ideas and ideals for which
the "Am Yisroel" stands. A con-
taminated priesthood, a dishonest
rabbinate leader will destroy the
purity, morality and honesty of
a community. And last, but not
least, the tourth parshe, "Par-
shes Hachodosh," tells us this la
the time to begin; this is the
time to start; this is the month
in which we are to begin our
journey for freedomour life as '
a nation.
This is the time to siart to
cleanse our innocent people from
dishonest leadership, from im-
posters who pretend. Orthodoxy,
from teachers who mislead their
holy flocks, the "Tzon Kodoshim"
from the chomets which infil-
trated into our has-been beauti-
ful Jewish community; "We must
cleanse ourselves of the rabbis
and businessmen who shameless- j
ly sell their God, their knowl- I
edge, their conscience, and their
self-respect.
Hachodesh Haze Lochem Rosh
Chodoshim." This is the begin-
ning of the New Monthly Calen-
darthe beginning for the cleans- \
ing period. Let us start now, as
we read in the "HattorasHach-
odesh." EzeMal XLV, Verse IS:
"Thus saith GodIn the first
month i Nisson I. in the first day
of the month, thou shalt cleanse
the Sanctuary."
I AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7ni <-->nv|e ,ve
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
I:"'"1.....I P hi S.........i :,.,.
' hip
i'" tun in oui IMIki m-
I'll z,
melnlii r, will Iini.iuvri
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kirshner.
'''' i"-1 i i. Mill lenl
Iti hit Ion in lilbllvnl
Jett'lxn I" .....| Shabhai host-
''I '> Mr. nn I Mm Mel Kahn. Sul -
UruM \ ...'' a im
- .
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sen-
warts.
3ETH DAViD. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W Lipson.
l'Yiii.i> 8:13 |..m. Saln.-.i.u : a.m. '
i;' Mltsvah: Eric, Ron of Mr. and
Airs. .Murray Turetxky.
BETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday ,; p.m. Saiunlav K:S0 a.in
Sormun: "Preparing for Redemption."
---- ----
3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Haturdaj 8 a.m.
Sermon: "Sacrifices for Today."
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BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
l-"riila> 5:45 p.m. Kalurdn> 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The fall in Sacrifice."
---- ----
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Pi liluj 15 p.m. Si rmnn: "The S\ib-
.' d IVai Mi. and .Mr- Sam
"If wili host ih,. i in, k Shab
llllt 111 li >no| 111; li.| III i
h of the
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BETH MOSHl CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dixie H*y. Conservative
Rabbi Sir,ion Apnl. Cantor Hyman
Fein.
I :
1
Ml and Ml

3ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre
tary.
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.
l'iiila> s.r, p.m. Service In honor
of .'.mil anniversary of founding of
I'niled SynagnKUc of America. Ser-
mon; "How liigid or ITsii.l,- Khould
t'onaervatlve Judaism Be." Saturda)
- i a in Har Mltsvah: Michael, s..ii
of Mr ami Mrs. AI Ley Is; Michael,
son ..I .\ir and Mrs Jack L'deU.
8'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
Krldiij 8:15 p.m. Pulnll gueat: Rab-
bi Elieser A. Levl. Topic: "Solomon
Schechter'a Dream." Saturday 8:30
a.in. Bar Mltsvah: Stanley, son of
Mr, ami Mrs. Norman Blbrand.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strasafeld.
---- ----
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor Georga Goldberg.
FYldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Gold-
en Ace of Voutta." Oneg Shabbat
boated by Mr. and Mis. Abner Eater-
man In honor of their wedding an-
nlveraary, Saturday 8:30 a.m.
---- ----
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
H> ii ii M. Leviton.
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor vou's Cohen.
I'Yi'lay 5:45 and s:i.-, p.m. Sermon:
"The Deputy." Saturday 8:45 am
s,:nii,ii: "The Religious Definition of
CANDIWGHTING TIME
29 Adur 6:09 p.m.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ovitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
l-*i lda.> 8:15 |i ;i. K i mon Nui li
. M4-lllHI ""'Wf'Wl '> -<* ***em.
"The I'm i lie 1.1 v I
ii ol Ml .,inl
I., i,
TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th St. and
Taturn Waterway. Modern Traai-
tional. Rabbi Eugeno Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservativt
Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
I" i laj in p.m. Sisterhood flab
bath Sermoi Slatel ii.....1 Byli-
ne.' Saturday -.1". a.m. H
Mltsvah: Armand, on of Mr, and
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase Mrs, I urj White. Mlncha 5:45 p.m
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh 1*01 Mltsvah: I... -......( Mr and
Cantor David Conviser. Mr-. I:, i-t VVesi-lbaum
h>lilnj 8:15 p.m. Si........i: "How Do -----
!i,l, vi",1' .'l'" MSi ,;,",,:K"..... temple sinai of north miami.
' Mi-A.'l I, ;'V >','" 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Holly K. in, r,
TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM.
Gale.
Prldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What
SB, Can We Afford?" Bai Mltsvah: it.,>-
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi """ "f Mr- u"'' Mi*. Robert Law-
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex- ''''"'''
ander Cohen. ------
I TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
FYldaj 8:13 p.m. Saturday '.< a m
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 N\r\
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvint
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Pridn} 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Between
KYidaj 8:3(1 p.m. I'ulpil kui-ki,' Rabhl **an and Hod." Surda) B:45 a.m
Ml, n Rutchlk, -Hi,, i,,r. SE Region, eimon: "What is a Sacrifice."
I nil ,i S II igoglll : A in, i lea. 11
i' ,l.i' p.m. I:., M txMih
s,'ii "i M i' i Kl nun ii i llenrj
KIlllIlK I.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber- .
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Prldaj 5:4-5 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon
a Message the Lord Addressed
tu our own Time."
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah.
mias.
Friday 8:10 p.m. SatUrdB) 8:30 a.m
Sermon: "Sacrifices In Holiness."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
l"rlila> s:i*i p.m. Sermon: "Demo-
cracy ami the HynaaTOsTue." Saturday
8:45 a.ni. Sermon: "The Synth, sis
of tin- lliart ami Mind." Har Mlts-
vah: Craig, ......r Mr. and Mis. Ed-
win Kail.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cintor Charles
Kodner.
l'rnia\ 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Super-
otltutfon ami Rillgion."
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
----, ----
TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 7500 SVM
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-

TEMPLE 210m. 3/20 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rahhi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
In Klml grade Hi
9 \ and
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St .,, Saturday
Reform. Rabbi Josrph R. Narol
Cantor Jacob 3ornstein.
I n; "What 1
TEMPLE JUDr.A. i20 Pjlm0 aVf
Liberal Reform. I
Pcde: ,.- Ca tor Cordon Ri, I
' ..
---- ----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Mil h: X. II, son ol \|
.i Mil
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. IV ami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wei n

', .
YOUNG ISRA..,-" ssu NE 171 st
Orthodox Habbi Sherwin Stacher
Si -
Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky, national president of Hadassah,
presents the coveted Henrietta Szold Award to Dr. Albert B.
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Henrietta Szold Award Committee. With the citation, Dr.
Szold Award was created in 1949 to perpetuate the memory
Sabin received a SI,000 gift from Hadassah. The Henrietta
of the late founder of Hadassah.
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Friday. March 13, 1964
Beth Sholem
In Big Carnival;
Has Open House
'.\n YlrfAf* nfnitM vtnf hclif at
Temple Belh Sholem. 1725 Monroe
St., Hollywood, last week. In
charge were Mrs. Bernard Step-
per, Sisterhood youth activities
vice president, and Samuel Roth-
farb. Temple board member.
Prior to the carnival, students
of the Religious School held an as-
sembly in the social hall, where
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual
leader of Beth Sholem. spoke. A
talent show and a masquerade pa-
rade followed.
Temple Beth Sholem held open
house recently for the newly-deco-
rated Fannie Mae Theodore Me-
morial Library organized in 1958
by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Margolis,
parents of the late Mrs. Theodore.
Mr. and Mrs. Margolis and Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Kaspin have been
benefactors of the library since its
inception.
Participating in the open house
program were Rabbi Malavsky;
Dr. Julian J. Blitz, Temple presi-j
dent, who brought greetings; Mrs.
Jack Rothfarb. library chairman;
and Cantor Ernest Steiner.
The library' is accredited by the
Jewish Book Council of America,!
sponsored by the National Jewish
Welfare Board, and has as librar-
ian Mrs. Margaret Marshall.
REB YANKELI

LEGAL NOTICE
YO-LE-O-LE-HE-OH-OY-OY-OY!
LEGAL NOTICE
THereth Israel Bazaar
Popcorn and cotton candy for
the children will be featured at the
Temple Tifereth Israel grand ba-
zaar to be held Saturday evening
and all day Sunday. Mar. 14 and 15.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
AT LAW
No. ML 743
JOYCE PROPERTIES, INC., and
CAROL INC., of MARGATE,
Petitioners,
ItROADMOOR HOMES, IN'' and
NATHAN II. ROOD,
Respondents.
NOTICE TO APPEAR IN
PROCEEDING TO
RE-ESTABLISH LOST NOTE
T" i:il(>Al>MOOR HOMES, IXC. a
Florida corporation, .mil NATHAN
II. lt K>l>, AN I I T< i ALL i ITU ER
PERRONS INTERESTED:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
In and appear before the Honorable
Ueorge K s. Iiul/.. on "f the Judge! of
the above Htyled Court in the Dade
fount) Court Hi.ii>.,- ni Miami, Flor-
ida, .it 1:4.1 inli.k P.M., on the Wrd
day of April. 1164, and then and there
show cause, if any you can, by mi-
nwer duly riled, aa required by law,
wnj the promissory note, described in
the Petition .hi rile herein, of which
the following is a true copy, to-wit:
No. I-l! $i.:......mi .1 t,iv -,. 19(2
blight month* after date, for value
reoelved, we promise to pay to the
order of JOYCE PROPBRTIEW, INC.,
u, Horl.ln corporation, and CAROL,
INC. ..1 MARGATE, a Florida ourp-
oratlon, Pour Thousand l-'iv,. iiim-
dred (t4.tMM.0Ol Dollars, payable at
the Bank of I Hide I'ounty, of North
.Miami Beach, Florida, with Interest
thereon of ii per oent, |ier annum
from date until fully paid. The
maker and endorser of iiiix note
further agree to waive demand, no-
tice "f noq-paynienl ami protest,
and in cane suit shall be drought for
the, collection hereof, ih,. same
has to be collected upon ili-maml of
an attorney, t.. pay reasonable at-
inrney's fees for making such ool-
lection.
This note may i- prepaid at nny-
time and In any amouni without
penult).
This note Is Miiij.it to the terms
"i .ui Agr< .in. ut ,.i Warranty by
iad lietween the purtli h dati .1 June
_'.. 1992.
This is one of b series of notes
'"""'"''I I, 3, 3 and I. executed
day by the undersigned, .1. fault
' which will cause Hi,- remaining
note* t.. Immedlutel} mature
DROADMOOR HOMES, INC
a Plorlda corporation
By: Nathan i:. i:.....I (seal)
President, Nathan I:, ltm.il
Attest: .- i.iiiian i' Souverln Secretary, Lillian C. Souverln
(SAID NOT!-: PERSONALLY KN-
'ck.-Kli BY NATHAN B. ROOD)
i. h proaalssory note Is alleged in
-..i.l lv,it|.,n t,, have l.....I. lost, mis-
laid or stolen. .-In.ui.i not be re-eatab-
II-i.e.i ami t,. which said promissory
not* the said I'etiiicn prays that a
true fnd correct copy thereof be .-*-
(antjslied as uml in lieu of tlie orig-
inal note, ami thai said re-estabhshed
rf-vu'L ,'\1"-r,y JOYCE PROP.
maruate" '""' CAROLi ,NC "f
HEREIN FAIL NOT.
Wl IW'KNS my hand and seal of smld
Hade i ..nnty, I li.rliln. this jih da} of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELCV nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2671
Till-: WILLIAMSIIl'KiIH
SAVINtIS RANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
li.il'i;i..\S IIOHDON STEVENS,
el ux, ei a'.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
I TO: |l.ll"li- III .-, ,,|| Stevens an.1
Marianne Stevens, his wife,
HIT Lake Shore Boulevard
Rochester, New York
You are hereby notified thai the
above captloned action has been insti-
tuted aguinsi you in the Circuit Court
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit !
Florida In and for Dade County t.>
1......lose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real property:
I...I B. Block ii WKSTIIAVKN
HEIGHTS, according to the I'lat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 60 al
Cage :il of the Public Records ..f
I'a.le County, Florida, together with
Hi.1 Wat.i- Heater, Venetian Blinds,
Cone Oarbage Kin w/Cans; and
i "..in. Clothes Poles.
You are reuulred to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN PINE, Mill Floor,
Ha.I. l-.ileial lluildliiK. Miami :tL'
1964,
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59615-C
IN RE: Estate nf;
.HI.IA E. Ill im
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPI ""AT'ON FOP nicTnimiTioN
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby gixen mat I
have filed Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Phial Dlschiirgi
as Executor of the estate of Jl'I.IA
K. RUDD. d< reasi d: and thai on the
18th day of April, 1964, Will apply to
the lion nald. Count) Judges ..i
Had. County, Florida, for approval of
sai.i Final ite|...rt and for distribu-
tion and final discharge .1- KxevUlor
of tile .stale .,1' the above-named
decedent. This 6th day ..1 March, 1961
DANIEL A RI'DD, Excel.....
by Herman T. i-is. Attorney
HERMAN T. ISIs 1
P.O. It..\ iTi'T
Coral Hal.les. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTCE is HEREBY tllVKN thai
the untlersigned. desiring t.. engage In
iiiisin. -s r*i.- -me rictitiour II.........
TRP-1- IT COPPI l: N W. :JTt Ii
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends i"
ni;is 1, 1 -.-..I mime with the Clerk of
the 1 in nit C.....1 of I Wde '..uni>.
Florida
JASAN It A111'I Nil
Hole 1 w in i-
:: 12-20-27, I t
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL I'll WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, URRETINUS
Whereas, NORMAN It. LYONS, MI-
AMI, FLORIDA; ANNIE ELAM, MI-
AMI, FLORIDA; SARAH Cook, -MI-
AMI. FLORIDA did on the 9th day of.
October, A.D, 11*46, cause t. be in- I
corporated under the laws <>f the State
of Florida SOUTH Fl.oKIDA IN-
vkstmknt CO., INC a corporation,
with its principal plan of business
at MIAMI, HADE COUNTY, in the
State i.f Florida, and whereas the
proper officers such corporation did
..n the lltll day i.f August, AH. IINKJ,
cause to lo- filed in the office of the
Secretary of Stale of the State of
Florida, a Certificate of Amendment
changing its corporate name to
SOUTH FLORIDA CAPITAL IN-
VESTMENTS', INC., and whereas
such corporation did on the 3rd day
i.f March, A.D. 1964, ...use to be filed
in the i.fiiee of Hi. Secretarj of State
i.f the Stale of Fiorina. III. documen-
tal'} authority required under Section
606.27, Florida Statutes, showing the
dissolution i.f such corporation.
Now, therefore, the Se.i.uuy of
State does hereby eertlf> t>> the fore-
going and that h.- is satisfied that the
1 e.iinrelili Ills 1,1 in, ,,,,* ,,.,.. ...,,,
.....plied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set m> hand and have
affixed the Urea 1 Seal ol the Slate
.i 1-loriua, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, tins the Till It U da) of
MARCH, A.D. 1964.
1 seal) 1\)M A 11.1.US
at1ie1.11> ol State
.1 1 I .: 1
LEGAL NOTICE 4-
IN THl= <~OUNTY Jl DGE'S "OURtI
in and for dade coli'ty
fluhida. in proba":
No. 62)52-A
in RE Estate of
SAMUEL SERVER
1'. ceased.
NOTICE TO
To Mil creditor*
I la\ ing < 'laiins or
s.n.i Estate:
Vim are hereby
liure.l to 1.1."sent
inaniis whloh yo
III
CREDITOR",
Bind aii
I 'einaiids
M.-l I
III
1 1 '.I and
. I.iillls 1
have agnlnstl
aatate of SAMUEL SERVER ... -|
ceased late of Had. County, Florldn
to Hi.- Count) .Indues .,1 Hail.- ..iuiii\
ami file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Weetion 7(3.16 I I
statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ts i .iirilioiise iu Hade County, Fh.i-
Ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the lirst publication here-
of. "I the same will be ban. I
Hated nt Miami. I lorMa,
day of February, A.D. iwh
..- MARTIN SERVKR
// ItoY w SERVER
As Kxe.-utors
I'irst puli'ication nf this n.
the -1st day of February, 19
THEODORE R, NKl.So.V
\t 1 orney for Bx< out. 1 -
605 Lincoln Itonl
Miami Beach, Florida
- 21-29, 8/6-13]
1Mb
lc,
ii,
III
To
and
18-20-27, 1 8
Florida, not later than April 11,
or a Decree Pro Confeaau will i
tered aaalnsi \ uu.
DATEI1; March 10, 1964.
B. H. LEATHBRMA.N
Clerk ..f ih. circuit Court
1 s.al) By: MAROUERITE MORFl
Deputy 1'lei k
MARTIN FINK
Attorm \ for I'lnntiff
""' PI..... I'a.le Federal Rldg.
Miami 82, Florida
._^___^^_ 3 l8-2n-7
iii-
1:1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 64C 2456
IN THE MATTER OK THE
Alx il'TION OP:
ANTIONETTB DAVIS,
A minor uhlld.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tt I: 1 'HRiSTINE DAVIs
Route No. 1
I tavishro, lieorajia
CHRlSTfNK
I
1 hat
Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREIIV GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage ii
biislness under the fictitious name of
Al l-.x SUPPLY ai S717 Southwest
BiKhth Street, Miami. Florida Intends
in register said name with th,
ol Hie Circuit Court ..f Had. 1
Florida.
UK W iv AND BARBER
SUPPLIES, INC.
Attorneys:
SHAPIRO. PRIED a WEIL, Bans.
4"' '.......'"> Koud Suit,, iu-11
Miami Beach, Florida 881S9
lS-JO-27, 4 3
DAVIS, are
Petition for
in the above
reuulred t..
or object Ion
aid I..-1111.. I.
11 tin office
st> led 1 'ourt,
alt..111.1 t.,1
SMITH.
'N lI|MEMn^J JU0iit ^-OORT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE '
... .... No 62349-A
IN RE: Estate of
L. A. JONES, also knmn as
LESLIE ALLAN JONES
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
11 creditors and ah Person! Hav-
Demands Against said
you
hereby notified thai
Adoption has !.., n fill 1
s.yie.l Court and you a
file th.- original nnswei
t.. show cause wh)
should not i.e granted
..1 in. 1 'i.ik ,,f the abov
and copies tilt ni., .,n 11
Petkioners, oaklfv
ii"i N.w. North River Drive, Miami.
l-airi.la. on or before the iiii day ,,f
April, 1964.
There is n.. known address of VE-
LKNK JORDAN, the natural father
intj. j mil aft., diligent search, the where-
abouts of VELENE JORDAN Is un-
known.
HEREIN PAIL Nor. .., the relief
requested by the ivtiil.....is, shall I,.-
I KlUllle.l.
DATED this 91 h day ..t March 1964
K. B. LEATHEHMAN, clerk
.1 tin- Circuit C0011
caeal) By: c. p. owkia.vp
Deputy dark
8/18-20-27, I ::
To A
'"a Claims
l.state
You are h
or
l.v
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20/22 Acts of 1941
File AA -21214
NOTICE is HEREBY c.IVKN that
Cape Sable Corporation, bokter oj
County Tax sal,- Certificate No. MS
issue.1 the 1st 11,1 > ol .Inn.. A.U. Illlil,
has filed game 111 111} ...lue. and has
made application 1. r a tax ueed to
he ixsuco thereon. Maid CertUlcate
eliil>|-ae* s the loli..,l mu oes.-ill>eil
property in the Cunn ... Hade, .Male
of Florida, to-wit:
i: 2U Ft M,L 01 \\ 877.6 Fl M.l.
Of S 1...I Fl of N\ I-, el >\N |.|
of b'W 1-4 l.es- s .:. Fl Section
:i4, Township 12 South. Range 11
East, containing ,vti ..-.. s luoie
or !e-s in the 1 'uuiv ..1 I in.i. ,
state of Florida,
Th.- assessment of said propert)
under Hi. said certificate was in the
name of Sidney Coopel -
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according t.. law, the propert)
described herein will l- s..|.i to'the
highest bidder at the Court House
door 011 the first Monday In the month
"f April, lioil, which i- the titli das
..1 April. 1964.
Dated thin 2nd day ..f March, 1964
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Co.....\, Florldn
II II. lilt I .lilt Seal)
By 1: M. LEEPER, lie.
:i 6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62236-A
RE: Estate of
JACOB ROSENBERG a ,
JACK ROSS I h .. JACK
It! 1SENBERO,
He. eased. ll
NOTICE TO CREDITOR^**
All Creditors nnd \ll Persni
Having Claims or Demands Again
S11 i Estate:
You are hereby notified
quired t.> present nny 1 lalmt
ni.in.I.- which you mas have agalnl
the estni. ,.1 JACOB l-.i isi:n 1:1:1:1;
.1 !, a JACK ROSS 1 k a JACK Ri IS
EN HERO, deceased late ol Dadi
i'ounty. Florida, to the Count; Judges
of Hade County, and file the same
in duplicate and aa provided In s. -
lion 7S3.16, Florida statutes. In their
offices in the County Courthouat n
Hade County. Florida, within si>
calendar months from the time
the first publication hirevf, or Urn
same will be barred
Dated nt Miami, Florida, t1
day of February, A.D 1964
rRVING CYI'KN
FRED ROSENBERG
As Co-Es< rutors
First i.ulilieiiiion ..1 ihi.s r'.tioe ,.11
,' m'.',.,^^.' di.'.y rVljeuary, 1 ?,
I IRVING CTPEN LAW OPFJCES
\iti.ine\s for Co-Executors
' n:'.. Arthur Godfrey Road
i_______________________ -. 21 -.:. 8/6-1 :i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in undersigned, deeirlng t.. etiaage n
hnslnejo. under the flcthtoug nam.
Kl.l.l-.N JA1 APARTMENTS at : 1
e.th Street. Mi,..... 1;.....h KU, w
t.nd to register said
is I7lh
.-.-. name
' lerk of ii,,, ntrcuit ...in
County. I'l.iii.ia
'I. -
i
Morris k m km vnn &
:oM-:.\.\NEK\l KMANN. |...... .
I'.'l'r I IWnel I
HENRY K \1FM \nv
SMITH MANDLEr"""'
Attorneys f..r Kaufmam -
mi Mneoln Road
MianM Beai h 39, FI01 i.i.i
.' 21-f.l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. I NPROBATE
No. 61748-A
In RE: Estate of
BERTRUM II. ROGERS, sit.
Deceased.
IN,kTM.E.. COUNTy JUDGP-s rmiRT
Ft noirT?" DAOE CO^^-TY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBAT,-
. .. ,. No. 61953-B
In RE: Estate of
ERNEST
BLAKE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All I1
To All
HYDE
1 leeensed.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
Credit.,i s
Hal -
also
JuNKs.
etl.ill
Heir ..Hi,
I iad.
dupil-
733.16,
In
.- notified and requlr-
, l'r J^--, Which fyou ma} have again.,
known as LESLIE all in "
'1d','';'r.',"',1li'1' -"'' "a'1' Count*. Flor-
','' '" ">e County Judges ..1
;m>y. and file the same in
rate and as provided in
Florida Statutes, In ,h
the 1 .,,, Courthouse In Hade Coun-
'. within1 six cjilendar months
- time of ,! lii.s, ui.li
nereor, 01 (he sain,, will lie
Hated at Miami, Horldii
da) ..1 March, A.D, ih.;i
a. ,|.\ CRISTOL
... Ailmlnlscratoi
Plrst publication ... ,1,1-
V"','.' ?>' "f March, 1964
A JA1 CRlSToL
IN THE COUNTY ..UDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61873C
IN RE: Estate of
ISAjDORH SCHWAllTZ, a,k a
LSIDolt SCHWARTZ. aVk/a
isiixmi: sohwartz"
i ..
I.
ty, i-1.
from th,-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Demands Against Said
lllll
tills
II..Ii.
Ili..|l
ill.
Hit I;
"ii
Attorney for Admlnlstiator
Ih K.r, Had. Pederal Bldg.
-1 N.I-.. |g| AVe., Miami. Fl.,
_______3/13-3-1-27. 1
NOTI P.? ANNUAL MEETING
Match, 1964.
1 B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk if said Court
''' By: C. P. ii.l'KI.ANl)
l -l-o.NUKR and BLOOM
Attorney! for Petitioners
low a.i-.. iL'.oh street
North Miami. Florida 3.1161
739-SMI
3/13-20-27. 4 J
0 .^R'lSPsV'RATiOrB^efs5-
^---:--Sr^
f ,k y- A|,P" "' l!";<. < 1*00 \ M
,,1^"'|'"'l': la HEREBY Ue ...-,.. ,.,,,1,^, ,, MiTrch 1
g&JS '.VW^'Mf JTiaSTYnc
ajSLs^ss^r^ '......* *!
-\- lel.lniaii.
' -idem
3 13/64
'!
Ing Claims
Bstati
Vi.u ar,- hereby notified and re-
quired to preaent any claims and de-
mands which you ma} hav. against
if estate of isa,..,,-,. Schwarti ., k a
sid,., Mihwaru a/k/a isi,..... s,,,.
warts deceased late of Had.- County
I I..11.In, to the County Judges ..1 Dade
1 <".>. am. file th. son,,. ,,,,,,', .
and as provided in s.,ii ;:;;; V
1 ''''' Statutes, in their office. !n
he County Courthouse | Dad* c2un-
Horldu within six calendar.....nths
time of the first publication
the sanie will i. i,,,,,,,,
, Dated ul Mlunl, Florida
daj of March, A I. 1961
RL'IHILPH SCHWARTZ
.. As Adminisiiat.ii
,,,'' ',''.,'"i1'"''"'"" "' 'his net 1
the ISth day ,.r March 1964
J DAVID i.ii:i:man .....
Attorney for Admit
l"i S.E. 1st
Hade
f>..... the
hereof,
this 3rd
ilsirati
Ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re.
I quired to present any claims and
demands which > ..ll may ha\,. against
the .-Mat. ,,r BERTRUM H ROGBR8
j HIL, deceased Is to of ihide Coun-
V' ,,.',"''*.' '" "" ''"nnty Judge-
of Dade Co,,,,,}, and file the same
I in dui.li.-at.....id as provided in >,..--
, lloil 133.16, Florida Statutes. i their
rn.es in the County Courthoils. |
' ounty. Florida, within sis cal-
endar months from th.- tune of the
:!" l""''i.i.ti.. hereof, ,, ,.. sam.
iil I..- barred.
Hated a, Miami Florida, this (th
nay ..r March, A.D. 1964
CHARLES K 1:. ,.;nts
As Administrator
in-t publication ..f this notli ..,,
Ih. 6th day of March. 1964
SIIKVIN. IHMIDMAN Htli.TZMAV
By: SYLVAN N HoltZMAn
Attorney for Administrator
;,": Seyl.....I Building
Miami 32, Florida
________ 8-ia
IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF TMF
VnVk^rfJ^ C'RCU.T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY U"'U*
No. 64C 19C3
"OWjWn GRAUT2ER,
Plaintiff,
SIDNEY GRALITZER
11. fendant.
i" aii < redltors and All Persons
Sala,,BsttS:M" """""^ **'"'
^ 011 are her.l.v
.Milled I,, ,, resell" .
mands which you
the .suite J.f
uLAKE, deceased
ty. Florida, to ti.
Had.- Cunty, nnd
onplicnte nnd
notified iJi.i 1. -
my lalms .nd d. -
".ay have acalnsi
I.ILNKST HYDE
late of Had Coun-
oimty Judges r
file the .same In
ot -
day
To:
, NOTICE TO APPEAR
JlNBY ORAUTBBR
Dated at Mini,,i F'oH.h,. t:,a.|:,i,
f I-elnuarv. ( |, ,;, t | "
\ IOLA OLSEN BLAKE
,-, ,As Executrlg
^Flrstpjt ,.,.,,, f lrii .
WK,NT,!An:/w|l|N;:n;A-^
>: A. JAYCRI8TOL
V';""- for Exec ,
l-.||..;!r;M:,M...
Miami, Pi.....u
FLORIDA IN PPOBATE
l\ 11- i- No' 6215J c
'' '' -tat,- of
LtH'IH ADLER
I '. is. ,|
To A!MVT,.CE TO CREDITORS
Estate: "swandj Ajjalnat Said
You are hereby roi
County. Florid-, l''"1'-
'^-V.:1;?',^." BARBER
... -s| i-ii.ii:s. ixc.
Atti>riie\ s:
SHAPIRO, PRIED 4 WKM.
t;-,,'',";.ol" ""-suite 1.1.1-
.Miami Beach Florida 33139
-1 13-20-27, I :i
isqs.
1961.
plaint
conr^a^Irtt^
(seal)
"*of th* Circuit Court
Hade ounty, Florida
l.v c ,. COPELANi
1'.-.,ui} cierlt
-' -'l-L'S.
, ...... >. .il day of February. J,
, 'RWBADLElt
AUTIHIt ADLER
1H*4.
il-lj
m
- -1 .vs-ij


lay, March 13, 1964
LEGAL NOTICE
Jfe*#jA fhridlan
notice under
:titious name law
: is iiki:i:iiv given tiuii
. signed, desiring to engage in
inder the fictitious lutmes
KAI. lAltl'KTIM;; CEN-
:..h. is COVERING: CBN-
ARPET SERVICE; PEN-
lRPF.1' CLEANING ul sUii.-
i Lincoln Roud Mall, Miami
oi Ida, intends i,, resist, i
ill. Hi. Ctel k ..| |h,.
in of Datle County, Flor-
: W.PII TALARICO
Sol,* owner
-tkix, kwitney
; hiss
i Applli .nil
K lint)
In Road, .Miami I:..-,. i,
: 6-13-20-27
Iti-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'D FOR OADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62407-A
I Mai.- ol
-IE DICKLER PETTER
eased,
CREDITORS
ami all Persons
Demand., Agaliifl
i
j i't
I
Ivi.
I
'..
, I,

I
IVI.
I '
mnv
Page 15-C
BY HENRY LEONARD
vCTICE TO
\ Credltots
Inu i'IiiIiiu or
. U :
. herein
pre* in .
h )ou
notified and re- I
ny claims ami d...
may ii.iv.. nguiuM
ITh
I Fl.
: am.
I i: i :ssn: hii-ki.....
ecensed late of Dade Coun-
i. to the County Judges ol
inty, and rile Hi,. Wme in
and as provided in Section
lortda statutes, in theli of-
tne County Courthouse In
llty, Floridu, within six .ni-
nths from the time ..i the
uilcatlon her< if, or th.
: .ilTod.
.it Mi.in,i. Florida, thi, j,,,,
Ian li. A.|i. i;..;i
- DNEY .1 DICKLER
As Executor
iblluatlon ..f this n,,i.,. ,,
5 ,'f M.iuh. |;,,;|.
FINK a l-1IRMAN
for Kv-. iii..,
- m Hiiit.
:: 6-13-20 _;
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMb LAW
XOTICE IS HER EH V GIVEN that
Hi. undesigned, desiring to engage
111 business i.......i- Hi., fictitious ii .,.
of YADI ,\ ASSOCIATES at ?,y X W
56th Street, Miami. Intend t.. i t. r xald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
kmili: vahi
FRED II. WIl.UAMS
RICHARD BRti'KMAN
MYERS, HEIMAN .V KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
urn s.w. im st,t.,t
2 '2v '*'< i?-n
"Oh, before you hang up, Sarah there's one
more ailment I forgot to tell you about."
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY,
No. 64C 2068
JOSEPHINE EL LARD.
Plaintiff,
vs.
DESMOND ELLA 111'.
I >. fcndnut.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AND OR ANNULMENT
T<' Detunond Ellarri
i' o Xorman Kllni ,1
MM i'l.i c irchard
Montreal, Canada
Vou, DESMOND BLLARI ni. here-
by notified that a Mill ..f Complaint
for Divorce and/or Annulment his
been fili-d against yon. and you are
required to serve < copy ..f your An-
swer or Pleading to the Rill of Com-
ALFX ANDKR, on.- Lincoln Road
Bid*?., Miami Beach, Via. and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
i plaint on th. Plaintiffs attorney, sol,
1 office of th.- Clerk
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewisti fkridiain
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 1 It 3-4605
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2138
Rl'l U.I'll M. UARV1N,
Plaintiff,
va.
PANSY UAY OARVIN, I
I i.l.li.lanl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T"; PANSY OAY GARYIN
Went Ray, Qrand Cayman [aland
West Indies
V.ii PANSY OAY OARVIN, are
hereby notified thai a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
T the Circuit Court, again,,! v,. ;illl, .,,,. ,.,.q;i..a ,..
on or before the soth day of March,
LEGAL NOTICE
in
; j.ir
t
TH! COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
/ -9. FOR AL)E COUNTY,
r_ORIDA. In PROBATE
No. 62310-B
Mat. oi
RE s. FRIEDWALD
.cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i reditura ami all p. rsons
lahns oi Demands Against
".tie:
o herehv notified an I re.
present any claims an I de-
nich you may have against
te of LENORE s. FRIED-
ceased late of Dade Coun-
ia. to the County Judges ,.i
mnty, ami til,- th,- same in
and as provided in Section
Ida Statutes, in their of-
In tin. County Courthouse a.
I Ulity, Florida, within six 1-
' ""I'- ii .ii, ii,.- time of the
L-livatlon h. r.-of. ,i. ..,,,,,
i.arred.
at Miami. Florida, il,
March, A.D. 1964. .
OROE I i:ii:i>\vali-
as Executor
dilieali.ii of this not I
-> oi Murch, i:o. i
II. TR.Vl'RIU
for "istai.
dtiPoni Culldiug,
. Klol,.l.,
-13-SO-S7
\
|.l ...
|\!.l
I
I..
Srd
n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 608M
RE: Bstate of
ATTILlii DEMAR COMASCHI,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
ISstate:
You are hernby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which >ou may htt%'e against
111, .stale of ATTIMn DEM.MI CO-
MAsrill, deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, in the County' Judges of
llade County, and file tile same ill
duplicate and as provided in (lection
73o.li;, Florida statutes, in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
l hide County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months front the time of the
fust publication hereof, or the same
will he haired
Hated ni Miami, Florida, tins 4th
day of March, A.l>. l'.'fil.
ban Kurd s. kacxck
As Executor
Kir-i publication ..f this notice on
th.- Sth da) of March, IINH.
KAl'NCI-:. MXK .<; I-OR.MAX
Attorne; s for Kxecutor
liU2 Congress RJdg., Miami. Kin.
:: -l.1-!n-37
LEGAL NOTICE
THE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND1
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2378
ELBA RODR1UCEZ UARCIA,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
I.IIS A. GARCIA,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: LI'IS A. GARCIA
Catle lj. No. :,
Paroela i>, Hansana Ti
Rpto. R.ihia Comerciul
Guanabaooa, Habana
i uoa
YOU ARE HEREBY X< Til'll-Mi
that a Complaint for Divorce has
he. n tiled .iKainst you and von are
required to serve a copy of your An-
?*'.,"",. tlK" Plaintiffs Attorney.
RU\AI. PI4AUG JONAS, 220 71st
street. Miami Roach, Florida, SS141,
anil fllt. the crlglnal Answer in th..
Office of the Clerk of the circuit
1 oui t on or before the tith
April, unit, if you fall to do
allegations of said Complain)
taken as confessed by vou
DATED this 3ad day of
j 1864. If you mil t" do so, Judgment
Iby default will be token against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
I I 'olllplailil.
This notice shall be published once
each w.-.k f..r four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, this S*th du) of hVbruary,
A.p. mm.
1: B. i.i:athi:i:max. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) l: L. SNEE1 >EN
I >ep .t\ Clei k
SOL ALEXANDER
Attoi nej for Plaintiff
2 28, :: 8-1S-20
day ..f
s... the
will be
l!lt.
B.
-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
' D FOR DADE COUNTY,
-ORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61963-C
:>tate ol
11 lai'Iufs,

CREDITORS
|il
and all
I inand-
i'd
Pel
An.in, .
ill.I re-
a.ill d. -
lKniUr.|
^CTICE TO
redltoi ,
Lalms 01
hei bj notifl
'-.ut any cLi
ii .' on miij ii
SARAH l-\ll|.i;s. de-
le of Fade Count}. Florida
inty Judcea ot Hade Coun-
flie the ...in,,, ii, dupiicau
provided in Section 733 Iti
tntutes, in th.-ir office* III
.:' Ccurthouse in n.,.,.
lorldu. n hin six caleudni
in the time of the rirsi
h. roof, ..i the sain,. ,1
ci.-ik j
unty. j
I
' Mliml, Florida, thi
bnury, A.D. i:o;i.
ABE L.VPIDES
' Adinlnistruti-r
'I'M ..1 this
"I March, last.
USEN
lor A.Iii im-, ,1 ;..-
I Kldg
241
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p- 1 lorid

. .NOTICE UNDER
lf ^TITIOUS NAME LAW
IH IIEREUV U1VE.N thai
desiring 1.....Kuge
" lh< fictitious Ham.
- Roi-Ekl-tES at Ml l.in-
*".","" I:'-'"1'. "., Intoiid
"I name with the Clerk
1,1 "un of |,.,,i,. eoun-
''> MILLER and
'}. MILLER, his wife
11 nd I tided
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to unguge In
business under the fkatitious name of
SAMS MARKET at :'.-':" Douglas
Road, Coral Gables. Fkii'lda, intend
to reglstor said nume with th
"i the Cln nit '01111 of I'.oi.-
Florida.
MIRI \.\l SCHWARTZ
I'Al L RHEINOOLD
Partnership
tioldman, Goldstein .v Pai /i.-i
2401 Weal Fl igl : Btr< el
Miami, Florida
Attorne) m 101 Partnership
: il-iS, : -13
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 1811
HENRY THOMAS WAV.
Plaint ill.
va.
ANNIE NORA WAY,
1 lefendnni.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO; ANNIE NORA WAV
Residence I'liknown
YOl', ANNIE NORA WAV, are
heni.} notified that HENRI THOM-
AS WAY has filed a Complaint for l"i-
\or... against you, and you arc hereby
required to servi .1 cop) .f your An-
swer on the Plaintiff's alt.....>. ROB-
ERT II. TRAl'RIU, I13S dllPont
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer In the Office "i the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 2Hth da) of March, 1:0.1.
otherwise, lie allegations in said
Complaint will be taken as confess-
ed b) yoU, .Old .1 I'ccr.-e PrO Con-
fess,. \\ ill he iic red attains! sou t
I'.n.-.l foi In
March,
B. LEATHERMAN, Clark
B) c. p, COPELAND,
I>'Piny Clerk
t I-13-20-2T
tile r.li.i
plaint.
DA I'ED
!'- I.
I! l:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 2294
ACDREY V KIRK PATRICK.
Plaintiff,
-va-
DAVID F. KIRKPATR1CK,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I TO: l'A\H> K. KIRKPATRICK
llUda, Mil.....s
Vou. I'avid I-. Kirkpati ick. nre
hereb) notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint tor Divorce has been filed
againsl you, and you are required
, in serve a '-op} of your Answer ,.r
I Pleading to the itiii ,,1 Complain) on
the Plaintiff's attorney. AINSLKE
It. Ferdie. Suite 302-164 2313 B.W,
I LoJeune Rood, Coral Gables, Florida
33134 and til.- the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or be for,
the i.th day of April. 1964. If you
fall i" do so, Judgment b) default
will he taken Ugalnsl } oil |,,| Ihc re-
lief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each vw-.-k foi four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.uKJDIAX
DONE AND ORDERED at Minn!.
Florida, this 28th day of Februar)
A.D. 1964.
1:. U. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Fad,- Count), Florida
i 'irctiit Courl Heal)
By: L. s DeJ'IETRu
Deputy Clerk
AINSLEE It. l-i:i:iui:
Suite 202-2(14
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2161
RAYMON niTLlSLE,
Plaintiff.
va,
ANGELINA RELISLK,
Defend.int.
Vi>F. AXc.l'.i.INA RELISLE, ISS
8AYI.ES STREET, WOONSOCKET,
RHODE ISI.AXH. are notified to file
your Answer to this Complaint for
Divorce with the Court's Clerk, and
mail a cop}- to plaintiff's attorneys,
CHRISTIE AND LEVENSTEIN, lill
Coral Way. Miami 13, Florida, on or j
before the "1st day of March. 19*1,
else the Complain! will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED, February ?n. l!',;-
F. I! LEATHERM VN, Clerk,
1 'ii. 111 1 'oui t. I Md. 1 ',,11111 v, l-1.....la
(seal) By: K. M I.V.max
I '.out} Clerk
! 28, :: 8-13-20
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to th. i:;ii of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, MILTON A
I HUEDMAX, 1111 Ainsle) Building,
1 Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the cl.ik ..f the Circuit Court on or
before the 2?th da} of March. 19*4
11 you fall to do so. Judgment by d< -
fault win be taken against you f"i
. the relief demanded in the BUI '
< '.....phi il.l.
; Thi- notice shall be published nine
I each we.u for f.-ur consecutlv, weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IMlNK AND ORFERKII ul MJiinii,
j Florida, 11,i- L'.ih d.i} of February,
A.D, 1961.
I i: R LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
I circuit Court, Fad.- County, Florida
I (seal) By: Marguerite Morford
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Mill Ainsle)' Building
Miami H. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
: 28, n e-13-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2152
MARGARET K. VALISKA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GEl >R< IK VAL1 -K A,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GEORGE VALISKA
e i. l-'. Perevsenyl
3560 71th Street. Apartment 801
Jackson Heights, New York
You 1:1:111:1:1: VALISKA are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complain) :
for Divorce has been riled againsl yon
and you are required to nerve a cop) 1
of your Auswi r or Pleading t" the
Hill ,,r Complaint on the plaintiff's '
Attorney, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN &
PACZIER, :i"i w,st Flngler Street.
Miami, Florida and file the original
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY,
No. 64C 18b1
ANITA .In COLEMAN.
Plaintiff,
*' ^_i
.MAX L. COLEMAN
1 >ef, udant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl ': MAX L. COUCMAN
1371 Lee's Chapel ISoad
Greensboro, North Carolina
Vou MAX L. COLEMAN are here-
by notified that u BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, ami you are required to serve
[a cop) 1.1 ...in Answer ..r pleadfiui
to the Hill of Complaint on the pluin-
tirr's Attorney, GOLDMAN, GOLI1-
STEIN .V PACZIER, 2401 U.st Fhut-
ler Str.-et, Miami. Florida, and file
the original Auswee or Pleading In
the office oi the Clerk "i th,. fell
cull Court on 01 before the L'::rd dav
of March, 1961, If you tail to do
so. Judgment by defaull will l tak-
en against you for the relief d< -
lu.inde.i in ih, Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week lor f..iu consecutive Weeks
in Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN..
DONE AXF ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this imIi dm ,.r Februun
A.D. 1964,
1: II. LEATHERMAN, Clerg,
Circuit Conn. In.de Cunt}, Florida.
I' Iroull Courl Seal)
1!} : I', c, il'IM.AXI".
I'. out) Clei k
OOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN
a PACZIER
........... .'..>>.. ,,., ,<- ,.,e "i 1^ 111.11 .,,. ., ... .,
Answer "i Pleading in th- office of T_H S?1 K! ",?r sreet
Ii. ci.rk ..r the Circuit Court or I 'jSS'S* **?: J !,',
before the :i-i day of March. 1984. If A"""">* for Piaintilt
Vou fail to do so. illdulllelll l.v lie- ________________'-'
thi- ist 11 .i:,v nl Fi In nary,
Ml I'M .-Mill.- 2UZ-SIH
-aid Com-I 2313 S.W L. .1,1111, Road
Coal Gables, Florida 33131
I Is- l'.;|n
LEATHERM \N. Clerk
By: MAR* II ERITE M< HIFt lUD
2 :\-:*. .; 6-13
6-13-20-27
11.
fail to do so. jiiiimn, in by de-
faull will lie taken againsl vou for the
relief demanded ill the Bill of Coin-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tills L'.Mh da} of l-Vl.riial v.
A.D. 1964,
B. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Cln till Con, 1. I lade r.iiintv I01 id 1
(seal) B> : K. M. I.V.MAX
Depul) Clei I.
Goldman, fioldsteln *L- l'.o/i,i
:'l"l Vi'esl Fkigler Street
Miami, Klorldu
2 2I-2S,
6-13
IX
T.
\\
I
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,.,,V RLANDEII :.....
!1 .It'.VXFKR. his wife
" "divided 851 1
''s I.ERNER
1 ndivlded I.e. 1
H'MAX .v KAPLAN
'"' Appiivunta
:: 8-13-20- (7
t1*t,T,'Ce under
T|TI0US NAME LAW
*-HKHJ IIIVBM that
" "Iring to engage
,. !''. i'" fictitious name
'''"I v\ L ."','Xl.",w '"
^lorlda. s ,,
l\ )' I'ACETTI
in
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No, 64C 1812
ALTAMKASi: ROLLE WRIGHT,
Plaintiff,
vi,
JEROME WRIOHT,
Defendant,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: JEROME u RJGHT
Resideni < I'lil.nuw n
YOl', JEROME WRIGHT, are
hereb) notified tint ai.tamkask
ROLLE WRIGHT, has filed a Com-
plaint for Divorce aguinst you, and
you are required to serve a cop} ot
yeur Answer on the Plaintiff's at-
torney, ROHKKT II, TRACRItl,
diil'ont Building, M ami, Hoi Ida, and
file ih.- orialnal Answt.r In the Of-
fice of the '' rk of the circuit Court
'n 01 before He 28th da) "I Man h,
IH 1. othei u Ise, the nllegatlons In
said Complain: \.i!! he taken at
feaie d b) in mil a lieci Pro Con-
i.-so will 1 .. entered ,. ;i n-i > ", for
th.- relief p ii), .1 for 111 said 1 'om-
plaint
I >ATF:D tin- iM'i da) Of Fi Ii
!".1
E. R. LE IA' 1
B) M v I;.: i BRITE MORFi IRD
,N, JH.Eorr0u^JvJUDCE's COURT I Attorneys for Plaint If I
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
2 28, 3 6-13-20
No. 62049 -B
lu RE: Estate ol
AIOISTA I.I BA8CI,
I'cceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit..,., and all Persons
Having claim., or Demands Againsl
Said K-t.il.
Vou are hereb) notified and re-
quired to pr.-.-ut .in.v claim- ,.i. de-
mands winch you may havi tiu ,n 1
the estate of AI'iil'STA LI HAKCI
.1. used bile 01 Dade Couni 1, Fl 11
Ida. to the County Judges ol Hade
County, and file Ihe name, in dupli-
cate A\f\ us provided in Section ":: 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
_ th.- Coi,niv Courthouse in Had,, coun-
I];; ty, l-'loi i.la. wiiliin si\ ealeiioar
months iron, the lime of the
luiblicntbin herei f, or the Mine
lie barred.
Hated .11 Miami, Florida, llils
da) ol February, A.D. 1961
LOI IS LI BAHCI
\- Ailnilnlstrntui
Flrsl pubiicul 1 !, "t this imt ie on
ih. 6th da) 01 March. 1964.
SHEVIN, OfHlDMAN .v Hol.TZ) V.N
It) >. Ivan x. 1 loltxnian
AttOI III I"l Vdil "I later
III! S, mid I
! Fl.....i.i
flrsl
will
26th
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61958 A
IX RK: Estate of
ISADORE SPIEGEL
I 1, cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I'.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
i:-i.. 1,
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pies.nt am claims and demands
which you nui) have againsl the es-
tate ul ISADORE S!'|i:,;i:l deceased
lal..... 1 lade 1 'ounty, Florida, t<
Count} Judges "I Hade Count}.
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the Count}
Courthouse in Had,. County, Florida,
within si^ calendar .......the from the
inn, iii in. flral publii ntloii ha reof, or
Hi. same will l. |,a,
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62269-C Clark
RE: Estl......f
Li il'IS E, PERKINS,
Do-eased.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
All Creditors- ami All Persons Hav-
ing claim- 01 Demands Against Bald
1 Estate:
Vou are hereby notified ami re-
quired to pies,-it ,(ii\ claims .md de-
mands which you mil) huv,. againsl
the .slat.- of Lolls E, PERKINS .:-
cased late of Hade County. Florida,
j to th.- Count) Judges of pad,- County,
and file the name in duplicate and us
provided In Seel Inn 733.18, Florida
I statutes. Ik their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Had,- County, Flor-
i.i.i. within -iv calendar months from
I the time of Hi,- first publication here-
I of. or the same will be burred,
Dnted .it Miami, hlorlda, this !lst
ilav oi February, A.D. 1961
IIESSIE PERKINS
MARVIN PERK INS
BARNETT ROBINSON, JR.
As Executors
Flrsl publication of this not I,
the 2Stb da.v of February, 1961.
HARRIS ,v R( 1BINS1 N
s to! I '.. \. o, v
11'tli Floor Fad.- Fedi 1.1I Rldg.
Miami, Florida 33131
11
the* v"
ml
NOTICE IN^trt
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tti.it
th. undersigned, desiring ... iu.,_.
iin business under the fictitious name
1. tins !5th ol p.faciic ..mi-.i:i: BAR at 98 Sth
Sue. 1 Miami |:,a, Ii I lite mil to r. -
, late* said nan',- with the Clerk .( the
Circuit Court ,.f Dade Count., I-1..1 -
"ii Ida
1 I OLA FAY P1FKRBL
STEPHEN F. K ISSI 1:
' Attorne) for Applicant
Lev s.w Isl St.
lav of Fi In ua y. A.D 1961
LILLIAN SPIEGEL
\- Aduiiliisli.m |\
Flrsl publication of this noflci
tin .''Hi d i,| Fehruiiiy, p.1:1
ROBERT It TRAl'RIG
' Inlstrairlx
11.:'. dul'oii: ]:, i_ .Miami
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Friday. March 13
196 J
New Wave of Panic Raised Among Syrian Jews
PARIS (JTA) A new wave
of panic was touched off in Syria
among Jews there by an attack
gainst two Jewish youths in which
one was killed, the other serious
ly wounded, it was reported hire
this week by travelers returning
trom Damascus.
The funeral of the victim. Jos-
eph C'hasbani, 17. brought one of
the largest Jewish assemblies Da-
mascus has seen in many years,
as several hundred Jews accom-
panied the coffin to the local
cemetery and laid wreaths on the
lomb. The police made no effort
to interfere with the funeral pro-
cession, which crossed the city's
Jewish quarter.
The assailant, a Moslem, was
believed to have a certain im-
munity from police attention.
Despite the fact that he is no-
torious for hii anti-Jewish senti-
ments and for repeated threats
and attacks on Jews in Damas-
cus, no police action has been
taken against him.
According to the travelers, the
Moslem hooligan attacked Joseph
and Iitzhak C'hasbani on Feb. 19,
as they were entering the Jew-
ish quarter on their way back
from school. The Moslem rushed
at Joseph and stabbed him in the
heart. When the 19-year-old Ilz-
hak tried to come to his biother's
defense, he was stabbed three
times. As the assailant was drag-
ged from the scene by passers-
by, he shouted to the crowd:
Aren't you happy that 1 have
killed a Jewish dog?" There was
no information on whether he was
arrested for the knife attacks.
The impact of the brutal at
tack is felt in the Damascus Jew-
ish community which suffers from
severe anti-Jewish persecutions
and serious economic hardships.
Jews in Syria are not permit-
ted to ,90 from one quarter to
another without special police
permission, a restriction which
makes it impossible for them to
work and support their families.
month and have joined the mass no exit permits have b
il jobless and practically starving ed to Syrian Jews who are
iw> Althongh the entire com kept captive behind
' TduSeTlaS mmntv wtnrtd iike to U^ve Syr,, tier.
scaled In.
s\r;.>n banks were
Harold Rubin, of All Miami
Press, has accepted the chair-
manship of the printing in-
dustry for '.he 1964 Combined
Jewish Appeal, it is an-
nounced by Burton B. Gold-
stein, chairman of the Ser-
vices Division of which the
printing industry is an in-
tegral part.
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