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"Jewish Flor idian folume 33 — Number 22 TNI JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida, Friday, May 27, 1960 Three Sections — Price 2Jc IS., Caught With U-2Down, Evokes Sinai Campaign Memories By MILTON FRIEDMAN rw %  9 By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA Staff Corr-spondtnt Washington The State Department, caught frith its U-2 down, finds itself in uch tbe same situation as Isatttr the Sinai campaign. Israel then maintained that the pnai affair should not be judged itself but in the context of a de background of Arab aggression, sabotage, espionage, and Wher abuses. Today the State Department feels that the U-2 fiasco should not be evaluated alone but as part of a necessary pattern of legitimate defensive response. State Department speech writers might do well to search their files for Israels statements of 1986 at the United Nations and in Washington. Th United Arab Republic has forgotten hew It was rescued by Washington in 1*5*. |„ the eellaps* of the summit conference, the UAR blatantly took the Soviet side. Khrushchev became Cairo's hero. Photos of the U-2 plan* w*r* displayed throughout the UAR as "proof" of American "aggression and imperialism." Despite the Administration's many recent attempts to appease the UAR, Nasser's press and radio heaped abuse on America. Even the presence in Cairo of chairman Fulbright of the Senate Foreien Relations Committee did not deter the Arabs. Sen. Fulbright went so far in Cairo as to rail against alleged pressures on tbe American government by his fellow Americans of another religious faith. This from an American Sentaor in a foreign land that has just suppressed "The Diary of Anne Frank!" American appeasement attempts were interpreted by the Arabs as signs of weakness. The Administration in Washington lost face even more when President Eisenhower himself termed a Senate amendment against Arab blockade table." tactics "regretThe State Depa r tme n t considered anti-Arab picketing in New York harbor "embarrassing" to American foreign relations. But the same State Department remained silent when Lincoln ReekContinued on Page 7-A Israel's New ub on High >eas to Haifa )NDON (JTA) — Israel's ond submarine, the 800-ton Ra, left t h e British submarine e, HMS Dolphin, this week for lei. The Rahav. formerly the itish submarine Sanguine, was %  uired from Britain two years I together with the Tan in, Ich was commissioned in the IsU Navy last December. fully armed with 12 torpedoes I carrying a full complement of [officers and enlisted men, the av sailed for Israel "ready for on" after completion of train [of the crew and testing of the ersea craft. The Rahav is uncommand of Lt. Cmdr. Hadar che, 31. : Israel's second submarine left British base following a brief remony attended by Lt. Cmdr. lathan Sofer, the Israel Navy's Ittache in London, and officers f the British base. Members of the Rahav crew have been in raining in British bases for varying periods. Some of the enmen have had only six itonths of training while the officers have had nearly two years I of intensive instruction. Lt. Cmdr. Michael Badham, one the British instruction officers, old the Jewish Telegraphic Agenly that the Israelis have been pquick on the uptake." He noted that British submarine lommanders .usually receive eight fears of training, and senior petty Continued on Page 16 A Off. ISKAU GOLDSTtIN superficial revival Single Voice Urged for Jews NEW YORK—(JTA)—T he e li nation of "competitive andantag onistic trends" in American Jewish life and the promotion of a "cooperative American Jewish community representing the interests of Jewry in relation to the general population and before governmental agencies," was urged here at the General Assembly of the Synagogue Council of America held at Columbia University. Representatives from the major branches of the Jewish religious community, educational, cultural I and social welfare agencies par! ticipated in the all-day meeting. The Synagogue Council of AmerContinued on Page 9 A Nazi Butcher Eichmann Trapped by Israel Agent JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Adolf Eichmann, Nazi war criminal, Gestapo "expert" on the Jewish problem and murderer of hundreds of thousands of European Jews during World War II, is now in Israel under arrest. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion announced in Parliament here Monday. In making his announcement, Mr. Ben-Gurion did not state where or when Eichmann had been arrested. The Israeli Premier confined his announcement to the following brief statement: "A short time ago. one of the greatest of Nazi war criminals, | Adolf Eichmann, who was respon-1 sible, together with the Nazi leaders, for what they called the 'final solution of the Jewish questionthat is, the extermination of 6,000,000 Jews of Europe—was found by | the Israel security services. Adolf n Is already under arrest In Israel, and will shortly be placed on trial in Israel under terms of the law for the trial of Nazis and their collaborators." A hushed, almost incredulous Knesset heard the announcement. For a moment, there was silence in the chamber. Then there was a burst of wild applause. Mr. Ben Guron's promise that Eichmann will be tried under the law provid'• ? uthor,tles "f e Nazi's t r --*.- fnntcianv until KA imAtvtAm* ...... a tng for trials of Nazis and Nazi collaborators was not lost on the House. Capital punishment has been outlawed in Israel — except for "crimes against the Jewish Capture Attributed to Revenge Hungry Victim of Hitler Era JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—The capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann was ascribed Tuesday to the thirst for revenge of an unidentified Jew whose wife and children were deported to the gas chambers, where they perished under Eichmann's orders. The Nazi's nemesis, it was reported, vowed to spend the rest of his life in hunting down Eichmann* — and bringing him to retribution.. Six months ago, he got onto Eichman's trail and notified the Israeli Continued on Page 8A Britain Will Ask US to Make Impounded Records Available LONDON—(JTA>-Britain will consult with the United States in an footsteps until the moment came to signal his capture. Israeli authorities maintained the strictest secrecy Tuesday as to where Eichmann had been captured, but disclosed that the Israeli security forces had not been aided by the intelligence forces of any other country in locating the fugitive. It was also indicated that some Knesset Slugs No Confidence ZIONISTS GIT NttDLt PACt 6-4 Farris Bryant decisively de| lea ted Sen. Doyle Carlton in [a hotly-contested bottle TuesJday. Bryant won the Democratic Party's gubernatorial (nomination in the November I election, which virtually assures him the post. (For other I election data, see Sec. B.) JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The Knesset, Israel's Parliament, rejected this week by a vote of 61 to 6, a motion of non-confidence by the ultra-Orthodox Agudat Israel party in an attempt to rebuke prize money would be given to the Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion men directly involved in the capfor his challenge last week to the ture of Eichmann. A $20,000 retraditional Biblical version of the ward for information leading to Exodus story. Eichmann's apprehension had Premier Ben-Gurion had claimeffort to improve public availability of the records of former members, been offered by the Yad Vashem, e d that only 600 Israelites left of the Nazi Party, now impounded by orders of the U.S. Government in the central office documenting the Egypt in the Exodus instead of the the Nazi Archives Center in West Berlin. R. A. Allan, Joint Parliamentary*— Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, gave that assurance this week to the House of Commons, after being pressed on the point by members of the Labor Party | opposition. On behalf of Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd, who had been in Paris attending the Sum-! mit conference, Mr. Allan pledged j the government to try to get the American authorities to ease the ban on disclosures from the Nazi archives. Labor members in Commons have been demanding that the Nazis files be opened, especially in view of the fact that the West German statute of limitations for prosecution of former Nazis accused of major crimes went into effect May I in the former American Zone, and will become effective in the former British zone of occupation at the end of noxt month. The government of Chancellor Continued on Page 2 A Nazi treatment of the Jews. 600.000 mentioned in the Bible. He In the face of the government's' *'so suggested that the Israelites tight-lipped silence on the place w e"e >" Egypt for two generations and circumstances of Eichmann's rather than the 400 years indicated capture, considerable circulation >n the traditional version, was given here Tuesday to British I Th six rguti h de<>ui:es were Continued on Page 3-A Continued on Page 5 A Roll Out Red Carpet for Mrs. Meir PORTIAiT Of A fOKHCH MINISiH PAGI IT-A Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir, one of the world s outstanding statesmen, will make an extraordinary visit here to present the : "Decade City Award" to the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee | at a dinner on Thursday evening, June 9, in the Fontainebleau hotel. Miami will be one of only four* cities in the world to receive the award, which will be presented in recognition of the community's "outstanding achievements" for Israel Bonds. Receiving the award on behalf of the community will be Jack A. Cantor and Samuel Oritt, general chairmen of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Comirfee. Presentation of the award will be made on the occasion of Israel's 12th anniversary and the i tenth anniversary of Israel Bonds. ]The only other cities in the world 1 receiving the "Decade City Award" are Chicago, Los Angeles and Toronto. One of the highlights of tbe festivities will he the ancient Biblical Continued on Page 7-A



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P( Page 2-A JeniitDcrkUar Friday. May 27, JNF Director Talks Tuesday Werkly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge will be held Tuesday, noon at the DiLido hotel. Lodge president is Herbert i.. Heiken. Guaat speaker will be Dr. Zev Kpgan, executive director of the Jc\vi>h National Fund, Council of Greater Miami, who will discuss "Bird's Eye View of Universal nplitict Oershon S. Miller is chairman of. the luncheon. Labor Zionists Map Celebration Labor Zionist Committee of -Greater Miami will hold a triple celebration event Thursday evening. June 2. at the Algiers hotel. Tincelebration will mark the centenial of the birth of Or. Theoj dor Herri, the 12th anniversary of j Israeli independence, and the holi-: day of Shavuoth. Speakers will include Joseph Schlosberg, national chairman of : Histadrut. and readings by Beryl Morrison. J. Z. Stadlan will discuss the significance of Shavuoth. 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GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES POOYSYONU Only $3540 Why Pay More? Buy for loss at Palmer's and Savt! AM tutfm Mm4* M Out Ow.i Steps miiUim 3 Dyi I 3277-7*-II SOUYHWISY 8th SYREEY Mtxi t Career at 33t4 Ave*ve PHONES: HI -0T21 HI 4-0*22 Access Sought to Impounded Records The appointment of Gottlieb Hammer as executive vice chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel is announced by Dewey D. Stone, chairman of the Agency.. Prior to his appointment. Mr. Hammer served as executive director of the New York office of the Jewish Agency for Israel until the recent organization of that body. Jewish Agency for Israel, through the United Jewish Appeal, is the major beneficiary of the nationwide United Jewish Appeal campaign. Hammer is president of the American Israeli Shipping Co. LONG-DISTANC1 MOVERS Continued from Pege 1-A Konrad Adenauer, in Bonn, has refused demands by German Social Democrats and"'other opposition parlies to extend the statute of limitation for four years more. The I.aborites also called on the British government to urge the authorities at Bonn to speed inquiries into charges that many judges in West Germany committed crimes while serving in judicial capacity during the Nazi regime. Pending completion of probes into 'he alleged Nazi records of ac cused judges, Labor demanded, the suspected German judges should be suspended from office. Meanwhile, Social DemocraticParty officials disclosed in Bonn this week that they would soon make a new bid to the Adenauei government to extend the statute of limitations on the crime of manslaughter committed during the Nazi regime. The period during which prosecution could be initiated for such crimes expired on May 8 after the uovcrnment rejeoted a Social Democratic demand that it be extended to September. 1964. The Social Democrats are planning to propose a compromise arrangement under which charges could be filed until the end of 1961. In Stuttgart, the Central War Crmts Investigating Commission disclosed this weak it had undertaken an investigation of the record of Dr. Walter Zirpin. head of the criminal police of Lower Saxony. Zirpin was one of the police officers who task part In the "investigation" u the Reichstag fire in 1933. pMice officials name.*,, brought to the Commission's action on Apr. 30, when Dr Jo* Wulf. Jewish Telegraphic AgeT, correspondent in West Berlin, n, broadcast over the North-Ge'ruaj Radio Station, revealed Zirpin had written an article early in the war calling for the "liquidation of th. Lodt Ghetto." Zirpin. Dr. Wulf disclosed, u | a member of the SJS. Hitler's Eta Guard—and had called for the extermination of the Jews in ta. 1 Polish city in an article in n, Gestapo periodical, "KrimimJ. poiuei." Lists Directors Vocational Serv. M* **" %  ""• m !" Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple EtnaoutEI. will present a confirmation program on the "Still Small Voice." sponsored weekly by the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami. The program is slated for Sunday. 10 a.m., over WOKT ch. 7. Jewish Vocational Service will hold its annual meeting June 14. To be nominated for three year terms as members of the JVS board of directors are Barney Bernstein, Harold Gold la rb, Marshall Harris. Charles Hertzoff. Auxiliary Corti Offy Sam Luby. jr.. Dr. J. J. Schwartz, Jesse Schwartz. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Sam Stark, and Arthur L. Willner. Named to fill unexpired terms which have one year remaining are Herbert Blumberg and Sam Efronson. Board members whose terms ex-' pire in June. 1962 are Mrs. Meyer • Baskin. Clemen J. Ehrlich. Mrs.: Charles P. Fein berg. Mrs. Eugene Heiman, Sam J. Heiman. Albert J. Hirsch. Lloyd L. Ruskin and Dr. Jess Spirer. Board members whose terms ex-1 pire in June. 19G1 are David H. Bloomberg. Dr. David H. Gateman, William Goldring. 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Fiiday. May 27, 1960 f-ksvist fkridian Page 3-A Cedars Names Landfield President; Myers New Chairman of Hospital Board MAMLD A. LAHDMID Harold A. Landfield was elected president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital at the hospital's annual meeting Wednesday at. the Everglades hotel. Landford, a well known civic leader here, is a member of the board of directors of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach. Stanley C. Myers was elected chairman of Hi* beard of director*. Myers is a partner in the law firm of Myers, Hoiman and Kaplan, and a nationally %  noted Jewish community leader. Vice presidents elected were Abe Aronovitz, David Stuzin, and Sam Luby. Annual Federation Meeting Set June 16 The 22hd annual dinner meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in observance of more than two" decades of community service to Jewish families of Dade county, will be held June 16 at the Americana hotel. Announcement of the traditional event was made this week by Sam J. Heiman, Federation president. Officers, trustees, and board of governors will be elected at the annual meeting. In accordance with Federation's by-laws, a nominating committee to select the slate of officers for 196061 was elected by members of the executive committee at a meeting here May 4. Judge Irving Cypen was named chairman of the nominating committee which will consist of David Catsman, Sol Goldman, Cal Kovens, Joseph M. Lip' ton, Leo Robinson, Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Harold Turk, and .Carl Weinkle. Selected as alternates wore Loon J. Ell and Mrs. [Raymond Rubin. In announcing Cypen's appointent, Heiman said that 'the comtee under Judge Cypen's leadship will assume a grave responbility — the job of selecting the most qualified welfare leaders from the greater Miami area to direct the community planing and fund-raising activities of Federation for the coming year." To be eligible to vote, all individual members of Federation in good standing must have made a pledge to Federation and, prior to the annual meeting, paid $10 or more on such a pledge. Advance reservations may be made with the Federation annual dinner committee at 424 Lincoln In., Miami Beach. Services Will Honor Graduates Baccalaureate services will be held for graduating high school students Friday evening at Temple Sinai of North Miami. Graduates include Phyllis Conn, Francine Fredericks, Jeffrey Greene, Susan Hertzmark, Susan Hollander, Peter Julien, Ronald Kirschbaum, Keneth Liroff, Lois Milman. Linda Post, Carol Robin, Bruce Rosenwasser, Matthew Samuelson, Karen Shachat, Steven Shopmaker, Doris Stone, and Robert Swerd loff. Other officers elected were Stanley H. Wolff, secretary; and R. Wil: liams Apte, treasurer. ^ .Members of the board of direcitors are Sidney M. Aronovitz, Dr. | Morris H. Blau, Dr. Chester Cas'sel. Circuit Court Judge Irving Cypen, Herbert Galernter, Dr. 'Morton M. Halpern, Sidney Lefi court, Harry Markowitz, Ben Novack, E. Albert Pallot, Dr. Max Pepper, Dr. Maurice Rich, Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Col. Nathan B. Rood, Samuel J. Spector, Harold Thurman, and Joseph Weinrraub. Mrs. Sylvia K. Levin is president of the Women's Auxiliary. Construction of the hospital j was started on Apr. 21, and when completed will contain 282 bods at a cost of $4,500,000. Cod; ars will bo a non-profit communij try hospital located in the Metro I politan Medical Center at NW i 14th st. and 12th ave. Plans are underway for an intensive development fund drive. "Cedars of Lebanon will fill an urgent need for additional hospital beds in Dade county which at present faces a critical shortage t o f hospital facilities," Landfield declared. Special awards were presented I to the following past members of the board: Dr. Martin S. Belle, Dr. Alexander I. Kernish, Dr. Louis Lemberg, Dr. Stanley Margoshes, Dr. Benjamin G. Oren, Bernard Stevens, Dr. Bernard Yesner, and Dr. Morton M. Halpern, as retiring president of the board. Dr. Homer Marsh, dean of the school of medicine at the University of Miami, delivered the main address on "Urgent Hospital Needs in Dade County." Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, delivered the charge to the new board. Headquarters for tne cedars of Lebanon Hospital Development Fund are at 1451 North Bayshore dr. STANirt c. mras N. Shore Slates Confirmation Confirmation service of the North Shore Jewish Center religious school will highlight the Shavuoth observance on Tuesday evenig. Students will present an original cantata written by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz entitled "Sholom B'Olom." assisted by Cantor Edward Klein and the Center choir. Rabbi Abramowitz will conduct the service and charge the confirmands. Nathaniel Glickman, chairman of tie school board, and %  Mrs. Ray Morse, vice president of Sisterhood, will present the di| plomas and gifts. Confirmands are Linda Berger, Nikki Englander. Joan Carol Feldman, Maxjorie Frankel, Linda 1 Joyce Hall, Martin Horowitz, Stephen Horowitz. Deborah Marcia Jacoby, Harold "Klein. Bonnie Lee Revenge-Hungry Agent In Capture Continued from Pago 1-A Broadcasting Company reports that the Nazi had been found in Latin America. British newspapers said Tuesday Eichmann had been living in Argentina. It was not clear Tuesday whether Eichman would be accused of mass murders or of a "crime aeainst the Jewish people." Either charge or both would be possible under the law for the punishment of Nazis and Nazi collaborators. Both involve the death penalty. Meanwhile, Eichmann pleaded net guilty Tuesday in Magistrate's Court to charge* of crime* against the Jewish people and I crimes against humanity. He was j ordered held for 14 days. Speaking in German, Eichmann i told the court: "I am not responsible for the facts I am alleged to | have committed according to the charge sheet, and I shall prove it in due course." Diplomatic circles continued on Tuesday to evince the greatest interest in the case, particularly in view of the fact that the trial of Eichmann may involve other personalities here and abroad, who had been associated with the work of rescuing Jews from the Nazis, during World War II. Millen. Lee Nathans. Gary Pollack, Sheiven Simonson. Robert Slewett, Carol Snyderman, Eileen Stemberg, David Tannen, William Tessler and Jay Weinstein. CARIB I MIAMI 1AAIPACIE INSURED SAVINGS EARN % PER ANNUM (CURRENT RATE) Flagler at First N mai "One o/ the Nation's Oldest and Largest" Bade Federal RAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION or MIAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON, President 6 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County RESOURCES EXCEED ISO MILLION DOLLARS Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE s. 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Page 4-A +Jm1siilkir*Mam Friday. May 27, I960 OFFICE and PLANT — 120 NX Sixth Street Telephone FR W605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SnOClBTrr^jTT&iUir and Pubbnher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor PatMsk4 srsry FMay steoe Ifrf by Tfcs Intok PtoMlaa at 11* N.B. Sixth StrMI. Miami 1. FVrMa. Entrml .* %  eroad-cteas mattea July 1>5. at POM Offiea of Miami, •Tortds, um t t t UM Act of March I. lt?. Tfc Jewish Floridian ha* itawttt th JswrsH Unity ana **• JwriUi Weekly. Member the Jewish Teleerhic Asency. Sev en Arts Feature Syndicate. sVsrMwiOe News Service, National Eelrteriai Assn.. American Asm. ef %  Tnejlrsh-Jewish Newspapers, ana the Florida "Vese Aus. Te Jewish FVtrtdian does aot guarantee the Kashruth of the merohandl*e a*v-t : *< ; n tt rorontn*. SU IIC I PT I O N Year (5.00 ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel *AY U. BINDER C orrespondent RATES : Three Years • OS Volume 33 Friday. May 27. 1960 1 Siran 5720 Number 22 Celebraiion Of Shavuoth Shavuoth is known as the 'Teast oi the Weeks," and it falls exactly seven weeks after the celebration of Passover. Jews throughout the world will observe Sharuoth beginning at sundown on Tuesday. This holiday marks Moses' ascent of ML Sinai, where God gave him the Ten Commandments as the basis for the ethical system of Judaism. Thus, Shavuoth is inextricably bound to Jewish concepts of morality, which have since sparked the development of many religions. Were the Ten Commandments universally respected in deed as they are presumably in word, this would be a better world in which to live. The celebration of Shavouth serves to remind us that the time is fast approaching when the gap must be closed, if men are to survive. The Capture of Eichmann Some of the world's greatest powers have been looking for Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann since he escaped from an Allied prison camp in 1945. It is just retribution of the biggest order that the Government of Israel should have captured him. The secrecy involving the details of his arrest is understandable. Eichmann is a valuable catch. He undoubtedly has many friends. He eluded the natural consequences of the law before. Eichmann's plea of innocence is laughable, but his request for legal counsel is fantastic. This butcher was directly responsible lor the murder of hundreds of thousands of innocent men, women and children simply because they were Jews. They had no legal counsel—no recourse to the simplest elements of justice. Yet the wheels of democratic government aie such that Isral will accord him counseleven foreign counsel if he so desires. But barring mishap, the sentence seems inevitable. Capital punishment is banned in Israel, except in cases involving crimes against the Jews. Government spokesmen this week were careful to point out this exception. It is clear that a sentence of death is in the minds of all for this bestial architect oi Nazi murder. Sen. Fulbright's Happy Day The life of Sen. Fulbright is an interesting one these days. He was the State Department's instrument of resistance against the recentlypassed amendment to the Mutual Security Aid Bill, which set its sights against UAR infraction of international law. In his effort to stymie the amendment. Fulbright took to the floor of the Senate to charge Israel with possible corruption, especially in the "mismanagement" of U.S. assistance funds. The amendment passed, the Arkansas Democrat departed on a flying trip to the Middle East, and wound up in Israel, where he was wined and dined by government leaders. Seemingly impressed with what he saw—especially in the category of resettlement programs—he issued a press release that made the wire services everywhere. Once out at Israel, untempered by legislative defeat. Fulbright did it again. Whatever he saw. and however impressed be may have been, the fair-minded Senator placed the fault of Middle East unrest squarely at the feet of the Israelis. His solution? His solution lay exactly in the area of Jewish Slate activity he had praised hours before; it bad been a carefully-set plant. All the tension between the Arabs and Israel, be surmised, stems from the unresolved refugee dilemma. Since Israel se em ed so expert at resettlino large numbers of people, why not resettle the "homeless" Arabs? It would clearly do no good to reemphasize for the millionth time the history of Arab refugee status and its true significance as a continuing design in the war against Israeli survivial. If Sen. Fulbright wanted these facts, he would have had them long before. Instead, he and the bright boys of the U.S. State Department fit the facts to their prejudices, and their prejudices were mainly against Israel. • • • SWITCH m DIPLOMATIC TACTIC In a move some three weeks ago to bring light into darkness. Congressional leaders urged an all-out investigation into the corruption surrounding Arab refugee status, forged UNRWA cards, aid to refugees long dead, and other such practices for which Uncle Sam is paying heavily in foreign assistance. These practices have been known for years, as well as their intent: the retention of a large body of shiftless, presumably stateless, brooding people, artificially bolstered in a mass refusal of repatriation for the purpose of constituting a center of seething hatred and possible aggression against Israel. The State Department moved swiftly to squelch the Congressional refugee inquiry. During the Mutual Security Aid debate, it had acted cautiously. During the Mutual Security Aid debate, the State Department seemed assured that the amendment aimed at the United Arab Republic would be defeated. Word had been passed down the line: Ike Eisenhower was against it On the eve of the President's departure for the now late lamented Summit Conference, he reluctantly signed the new Mutual Security Aid BUI. while unable to resist the impulse to slap the hand of Congress: the amendment should not have been included. • • M0 MMttMCt TO PRINCIPLE This time, the State Department didnot underestimate the strength of Congressional reason—even where friendship for the Arabs is concerned. This time, the Administration laid it on the line: Cut out Arab corruption in the refugee situation, and you compromise Arab friendship tor the OS. Insist on a proper use of American assistance funds, and you score defeat for the nation in the Middle East arena of diplomacy. r ~~ 1 Where was the reference to principle? To justice? To democratic belief? There was none. Neither did Sen. Fulbright nor any of Ajobdom's puppets here speak up. Especially not Sen. Fulbright. who reserved his comment for his trip out of Israel—where he "solved" the Middle East problem neatly: as usual, with Israel the goat during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN IT IS TO be hoped that the %  cultural project of the the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds makes a mark on the American Jewish community. Such a mark is sadly needed. We are ao longer the People* oVthe Book. We are fund-raisers, instead. Our philanthropic activities have substituted for a well-formed Jewish consciousness. This is net in any way meant to denigrate the importance of charity. "Tzedakak," as a matter of fact, is counted among the noblest of our good deeds. But it is hardly their sum. In a larger sense, however important may be our identification with drives on behalf of Israel, uprooted Jews in Europe or North Africa, and local needs, there are others of certainly equal urgency. These principally revolve around the broad categories of education and intellectual pursuit. If we do not water the roots of our past, our vaulting illiteracy may yet overleap itself-—catch up with a people that has slurred its heritage—and abandon us. The danger is that we should someday halt in our frenetic philanthropic activity and suddenly wonder what it all means. The tragedy will lie in the fact that many are doomed to be stymied for an answer, without a basic understanding of the reasons behind their fundraising, they may unceremoniously put a halt to participating in it. Charity is not the sum of Jewish values; neither is fear of its cessation an adequate reason for education. I do not plead that we return to the realm of Jewish books and ideals on so crude a basis. I merely suggest that ignorance can spell our doom as readily as a dearth of funds. JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS of course abound in addition to those ** devoted exclusively to fund-raising for traditional charities. There are "Jewish" foundations for heart, lungs, kidneys, nerves and a host of other privileged parts of the human frame. There are fraternal orders devoted to lofty ideals. There are synagogue-affiliated groups. There are civic bodies of a wide variety. The latter most often have nothing whatever to do with Jewish affairs—except that their members are predominantly Jews. This represents a kind of voluntary segregation or ghettoization of an extremely reprehensible variety. But neither are the health, fraternal and synagogue-affiliated organizations really much more Jewish— unless bowling, card-playing and other such enlightening activities may be so regarded. The bitterest sidelight with respect to the "cultural" expressions of these bodies lies in their highly-touted if only occasional participation in what is laughably called a "book review" session. One need merely look upon the titles they have chosen for study—all gleaned from the trash heap of best-sellerdom—to surmise the depth of their failure so far as Jewish consciousness is concerned. An even more agonizing phenomenon is the avidness with which our spiritual leaders participate in such sessions as guest speakers when, in fact, they should cry out against the practice and insist upon discussing more nourishing material as a price for their appearance. A particularly unsavory mark of the present Jewish "cultural" pattern in this regard is the recent popularity of Harry Golden, editor of the Carolina Israelite. IT IS ALMOST symbolic of the times that Mr. Golden should'currently acquire such fame. The rabbinic propensity for "book reviews" seems similarly constituted—the secret craving for urban sophistication brought to the hayseed atmosphere of suburban living. The rabbi proves his agility in Freud and politics, thus avoiding the painful process of having to deal with paralyzing notions like Jewish tradition. Mr. Golden deals in the same coin. The source of his once true worth is that it was exclusively his realm. The entire panorama of human frailties was Mr. Golden 's touchstone. He wrote not always well but most often wisely for an audience of intelligent readers. Then came his best sellers, and he went to pot; for these are a potpourri of Mr. Golden at his worst. The titles of the books, themselves, conjure up a time in American Jewish history that was fraught with uncertainty. The East Side ghetto, the poverty of tenement life, the broad horizon of immigrant ambition frequently dreamed but less often fulfilled—these and other aspects of the era are the bones of Mr. Golden s fleshy titles. But he has gone beyond them to draw a picture of the American Jewish com munity that is devastating for the Jew-and that is the substance of the Gentile favor he craves and has found. Mr. Golden may ad nauseum speak of *is vertical integration plan-an admittedly clever thing-but the Jew he has limned is a caricature. And this is his coin today-not the incisive comment for which he was once known as an observer of the gamut of human experience. WHAT HE DIO was to call upon Jews—and non-Jews—to laugh with him. for satire is classically one of the finest of critical instruments. But Mr. Golden has since found it infinitely more profitable to laugh at them instead. And. when they do not laugh, he simply whips them Thus, in a recent interview in the London Jewish Chronicle when he was briefly in Great Britain, it suited Mr. Golden to lambast the American Jewish community. He did this, as he alwavs *H!u ,J?f* m his „ 0wn esteem b >' ^iterating his now tired charge tha American Jews fawn on their non-Jewish neighbors and that they always fear what the Gentiles will say of them. However much it may be true, the fact is that Mr. Golden, himself seems more fearful than any of us lest he lose the Gentile favor he has finally earned. Intuitively recognizing that it is based on .„-?? ? I mbe "." ,n ed L W ,h a ha, '""orous patina in which he cleverly never fails to include himself. Mr. Gulden's editorializing now knows no Dounds. Pr*JiJi |v a f£ C T n, 7!. Um n f his called T he GoW n p > !" 'or Greater JaTSn for wi Mr r^T* "* "** f his verticaJ D,M which hit Germin R^.r P 0 "" 1 ^'"^ the SUCCeSS <* the $886,000,000 Sn^ of l.r,I?. Agr f men •** Ui-t it is the current subw,H stseLSLt£ '•I""'" i and fMrfuUy Onions the day payments SI TSJ Sfc y wou,d ** Mr f>co a bill ... for the propS is 1 !"? 1 ? 1 by ,hc SP^rds from the Jews during !* ** fcl *jHp. MW-UML and after that would come the a£.~ tT ^ 1 Eng, nd s !" e would bring an immediate response to the Israeli invoice for the monies confiscated !" of JSiKSUfSSSl **• **! <>* "• good platform" for one at eSS %?£*' ,nd,ca,in "our historians can arrive a tribu ed?o Jewh f £"! ulvo,ved All the glib characteristic. outVageous Jra^Li a ,, Se, l • *a stock-inTrade here. Such toZStjZwFZtS. Ti^T h, "L "••**. "bile making unin=s ass* tr £r roVhavf 5 ~ %  he harm M* Goldenv f^r W K "" d 8 b W,in '""* %  A P* %  the SmisconcSveJ l£ "J?"?* Crea,M by '^firming" Americans in SlSn^rh W rd JeW8 tt dds t0 ,b "ore of "bestpVop^o, ti £ok is .HTH'"^"" bring ,beir "~•• to ** perateh"etol u^r. y d J p ,h r ***• to ""ture"-a people despcretel, close to illiteracy tod., i„ ,he Judaism of therr faUierT



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Friday. May 27, I960 +Jewlst)fhrkUan Page 5-A Rabbis Denounce S. Africa Racism LONDON——The Conference of Anglo-Jewish Ministers and Preachers, putting aside-its-'trormal attention to theological issues, put on record this" week a vigorous denunciation of the apartheid policy of the Union of South Africa. ; —— Dr. Israel Brodie. Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth, expressed in his opening address the solidarity of Britain's Jewish rabbinical leaders with their colleagues in South Africa "who have voiced their protests against the instances of the callous application of a doomed and disastrous policy." He expressed the hope that the South African government would "modify and humanize" its apartheid policy. The conference, attended by 60 rabbis, approved a resolution stressing that South Africa's racial policies were "abhorrent" to Jewish teachings and expressing the hope that Premier Ve-rowerd would try to find a just solution to the problem. A re.'oJution protesting against | "racial persecutions practiced by the government of *he Union of I South Africa" was adopted at a meeting of the Jewish Community in Bologna, Italy. Soundly denouncing the South African government, the resolution called upon | all governments and private associations throughout the world "to support the fight of the South African Negroes for equality." Meanwhile, application of "effective sanctions," by the United Nations against South Africa to .orce an end to "its policy of savagery'* in the treatment of nonwhites was urged by the Board of Rabbis of Northern California in San Francisco. The proposal was embodied in a series of resolutions announced by Rabbi Joseph Gitin, of San Jose, president of the Board. Declaring that "people of all aiths, particularly our own." must recognize "our religious responsibility in South Africa." the rabbis ,said: "We Jews will remember the i lack of moral action and initiative when our co-religionists and others were herded into concentration camps. We pledge that we shall ,not be guilty of indifference to the ordeal of the colored peoples of the world." i The rabbis also extended support to "the organized non-violent demonstrations, such as the sit-in strikes" conducted by Negro college students in Southern cities in the United States, "as a constructive method of arousing the conscience of the American people to recognize the dignity and rights of the individI ual." Commendation was extended in another resolution to "those Southern communities which have recjognized the unfair and undemocratic character of segregation of the races and which are cooperating in the process of desegregation." Gurion's Bible Commentary Angers Agudists Continued from Page 1-A the only members voting in favor of the motion. Members of the National Religious Party, which participates in the Government coalition, voted against the motion on the grounds that the Knesset was not a suitable forum for a discussion of the issue. In setting forth his version of the Exodus story, Mr. BenGurion stressed that his views were personal ones. In replying to the Agudah motion in the Knesset, the Premier categorically rejected any suggestion that his opinions were "antibiblical." His views on the Bible, which were sharply attacked by the religious press and in sermons over the weekend, also included the opinion that it was the Jews who chose God and not God who chose the Jews. Despite their vote against the non-confi. ence motion, leaders of the National Religious Party as well as "Hatzofe." the official organ of the party, bitterly criticized the Premier over his expressed" I views challenging the Biblical of an individual, "and said he was statements. | just as proud of the Jewish past as was Rabbi Levin. He added that I the motion was not a subject for | debate in. the Knesset "which canI not reconstruct the history of over 13,000 years." Rabbi I. M. Levin, of the Agudah, who introduced the motion, begged the Prime Minister to retract, describing Mr. Ben-Gurion's theory as absurd and a "HUM Hashem" (Desecration of the Name.) The Prime Minister, replying, reiterated that his views were those He urged Rabbi Levin to respect other views as he expected others to respect his. The right wing Herut and the General Zionists abstained in the vote. Sailing for Haifa on. the maiden voyage of American Export Lines' SS Atlantic, Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein, of the West Side Institutional Synagogue (right), takes with him a Sefer Torah. Presenting it to him in shipboard ceremony is Rabbi David B. Hollander, chairman of the Greater New York Committee for Sifrei Torah and Religious Articles for New Settlements in the Holy Land, which is sponsored by the Chief Rabbinate and Ministry for Religious Affairs in Israel. On his arrival, Rabbi Goldstein, who is national chairman of the committee, will give the Scrolls of Law to Rabbi Jacob M. Tola)--, dano, Israeli Minister of Religion. Besides Israel, the Atlantic calls at Spain, Italy and Greece. 3n tL JHil EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: The blacklisting by the King of Jordan cf ten more American ships reminds me of an ancient fable: A large circus elephant was paraded through the streets of the town, and everyone looked with amazemc-.t at the immensity of the animal. But a Lttle dog ran after the elephant and barked. In reply to another dog, who asked why he was barking, the fist dog replied: "Let there be talk among the dogs that I must be very strong, for I bark at an elephant." HARRY CHAET Miami Beach ON SHEVUOTH OFFER YOUR 6UESTS KENT CIGARETTES EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: In these times when so many persons are getting so many phoney plaques, testimonial dinners and awards, ( only wish there was a committee to select the man with the most "guts" in the community to express the true analysis of current news. It am ares me that so few people want to discuss the issues Leo Mindlin >>as raised in recent columns. Surely we have reached a stage of thought control in this nation already. So — a t;old medal, a luscious albeit imaginary testimonial dinner, and a beautiful plaque with the inscription, "Just plain gut," for the finest writer in Florida, Leo Mindlin. JERRY CARVER Miami KENT SATISFIES YOUR APPETITE FOR A REAL 600D SMOKE! Kent's famous MICRONITE Filter has a free and easy draw. 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Page 6-A +JeislHcrHiar Friday. May 27, I960 Awards Go To Researchers First 'Nanette Savage Award" was presented at a "thank you" coffee on Wednesday at the Miami Heart Institute. ^_ Dr. Jean Jones Perdue, president of the local chapter, "recognizing the loyal and tireless efforts of Mrs. Alfred Savage, decided to gHa an award in her name to a research investigator." Mrs. Savage has been chairman of the Heart Sunday committee for the past three years. As chairman, she heads a group of 12.000 volunteer women workers who solicit funds during February. Heart Month, to help the Heart Assn. accomplish its programs of research, education and community service. In the 1960 drive. Mrs. Savage North Shore Jewish Center held its annual graduation exercises for students of the daily religious school during morning services last Saturday. Exercises marked the culmination of five years of study at the school. Graduating were Robert Eft, Lee Fruman. Sim Granoff. Gail Greenhouse. Henry Jacobson, Ivan Jacobs. Judith Plotkin. Marsha Kronovet. Alan Kurzweil. Charles Lmdenbaum, Jerry Lieberman. Candy Morse. David Rossman. Seymour Roth. Michael Saffon and Marc White. Greetings were extended by director of education Zehev Lahav. and diplomas were presented by Nathaniel Glickman. school board chairman. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of the congregation, charged the graduates. B-G, Sharett Lace into Zionist Org. JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The Zionist organization "was a scaffold to Jul the construction of Israel." Prime Minister David Ben Gunon declared this week at a meeting of the central committee of his Mapai Party "but scaffolds are taken away when the building has been completed." be added. The Zionist Organization scaf— %  Gunon continued, and some tend _. to forget that the Zionist move!" *•"* would not on, y ra,s U> forget that the Zionist movement has no objective of its own but to build up the Jewish State." The Israeli leader stressed durthe four-hour debate, that the has arrived to recruit all the Jewish people, on the basis of spe%  mditions prevailing in each country, on behalf of work for I>The spirit that develops in he stated, "is the only tool to bring about a revolu support and love, but would also give the Zionist movement its content." Mothe Sharett, former Prime Minister, who opened the discussion, said met the alternatives •ere either to decide on the continuation of the movement and in that case tho question was that content should be given to it; or elimination of the moveM luslness Mee that ting. Banquet, or Special Occasion # You'll find complete facilities to exactly sat.sfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a privote party! met*, in which ease the question would be: What can replace It? He said he fevered the first .1 ternjtiv*. but he agreed that the —— Ml must be given more content. He noted that only in the United States had the Zionist organization failed to become the central organization of American Jews even though "American Jewry has a vivid communal life." In almost all other countries, he said, the Zionist organization was the center of Jewish life. He proposed that the Mapai Party should support the extension of the Zionist movement to include other national and world Jewish organizations prepared to agree to the Jerusalem platform Mr. Sharett said that Mapai stressed that in addition to Zionist organization efforts in connection with aid to Israel and fostering Hebrew education, Zionist organizations also must imbue their members abroad with the obligation of individual self-fulfillment of the Zioni.Nt mission by investing in Israel enterprises and by sending their sons to Israel as well as by migrating to Israel themselves. The Prime Minister, saying he agreed, declared he would add another suggestion that Mapai favors the organization to the Jewish people in a general Jewish framework for bringing Hebrew education to the younger generation and for strengthening Israel. He said the second objective could be obtained by Halutzic immigration, investments and visits by Jewish youth to Israel. and her "army" of workers raised a total of $106.98* First recipient of the "Nanette Savage Award" is Dr. Barbara 01son"Ttlving, a physiologist fro rrCoral Gables, who is doing search on "Influence of the Cardi-. ac Glycosides on Sonic Trans. port." Dr. Alving is currently instructor in physiology at the Uni-J versify of Miami medical school Dr. Louis Lemberg, of Coral Gables, associate professor of -medicine at the University of Miami medical school, received the. "Marianne Reynolds Heart A ciation of Greater Miami Award* for his research on "Biochemical Studies on the Genesis of the Injury Potential in the Chick Embryo Heart." Dr. Lemberg is past president of the Heart Assn. of Greater Miami. A third award was presented to Dr. Philip Samet. director of tr.e cardio-pulmonary laboratory of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, whose research project covers the "Effect of Venous Congestion of the Extremities upon Blood Volume. Cardiac Output and Right Heart Hemodynamics." Parents Bowling leafoe Parents Bowling League of temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood held a dinner in the DeauvMle hotel's Casanova room on Wednev day. Mrs. Saul Cactus was in charge of arrangements. at tti< & fciicrs foe InlormaMom HAZEL ALLISON C oW rlm Director. KAour sjfnaitiru it ^/flomt K-~ordially \jfn%-itea wit/t regorJt to WEDDINGS • BANQUETS CONFIRMATIONS and all Social Functions R.S.V.P.: Mr. Arthur Budoff JE 8-0811 CA^MMOT 400 Ft. Oceanfront st Lincoln td.



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Friday, May 27, 1960 +JtnisF>nr rid/an Page 7-A Lee Ruwitch (left), general manager of television station WTVJ. is a co-chairman of the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal Advertising Division. He is shown tallying completed pledge returns submitted by Louis Baida (center)" and Arthur Berke (right) at a recent workers' luncheon. CJA-supported agencies help over 55,000 people annually in Dade county alone. Program Forming for Trip Here of Foreign Minister Continued from Page 1-A ceremony of "Chag Habikurim" as now celebrated in Israel. A group of 50 Israel Bond women leaders, designated as the" "Golda Meir Honor Guard," will take part in the ceremony. They will carry heaping baskets of Israel fruits and flowers, which they will distribute to each of the tables at the banquet. This symbolic ceremony of Israel's "milk and honey" will be followed by a dramatic procession of Israel Bond leaders as they are introduced to Mrs. Meir. These will be the men and women who have helped make possible the development of Israel's industry, the "fruit" of modern "milk and honey" through their Israel Bond efforts. Narrator of the ceremony will be Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-EI. Also taking part in the program will be Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. A highlight of the festivities will be the dramatic reading of Israel's Declaration of Independence by Miss Janice Revitz, the teen-age daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Revitz. Among Israel Bond leaders who will take part in the "Procession of Progress" ceremony are Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Marcie biberman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby. sr., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lachman. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Supworth, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Revitz, Mr. and Mrs I.ouis Rudnick, Rabbi and Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Galbut, Mr. and Mrs. Al Sher man, Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mr jnd Mrs. Harry Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fcldman. Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish, Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lubarr, Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Kravitz, Mr. and Mrs. Max Kolkcr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilbert. LONG DISTANCE MOVING fo oil point s in ffie country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE ACE • R.B. VAN LINES, INC. 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue NE 5 64*4 MIAMI Club Eyes Board Changes Here At a meeting of the Brandeis University Club of Greater Miami last week, Dr. Stanley Frehling. president, appointed a nominating committee who will make recommendations for changes in the board of directors of the local group. The committee consists of Carl Weinkle, Paul R. Gordon, Sam Goldstein, Sidney Wasserman, Jack W. Rabinovitch, Nathan Kushin and Charles Goldberg. Planning a program and activities for the coming year were among other items on the agenda, as well as discussion of the advisability of regular monthly meetings with possible guest speakers. Another highlight of the San Marina hotel meeting was the formulation of plans for local Brandeis University Club members to visit the Brandeis campus at Waltham, Mass., during commencement weekend, June 10 to 12. 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When Khrushchev visited Washington, the State Department saw to it that police swiftly squelched pickets who might embarrass the Soviet guest. It was permissible, however, to wear swastikas in front of Ben-Gurion. The failure of the summit may bring increased East-West tension with renewed efforts in the Middle East of both major powers to curry Arab favor. Will this be at Israel's expense? Israel hopes that America will finally implement its professed desire for collective security. Will Washington ever admit that Israel, surrounded by pro-Soviet Arabs, is worthy of some kind of NATO-like status? Will pro-Western Israel remain ignored while Washington continues pursuit of illusory Arab friendship? Khrushchev is expediting his drive to penetrate the Arab world and Africa. He is already "scheduled To* vis It The dark continent. There is no doubt but that the Soviet Union has been using the UAR throughout Africa as its advance agent. Israel remains a strategic focal point, linking Asia and Africa—separating Nasser from the Near East. Ben-Gurion's main purpose here was to secure a reduction in the regional arms race and a lessening of Arab-Israel tension. The flow of Soviet arms to the Arabs will increase in the wake of the summit collapse. There is no sign whatever that the United States will budge from its refusal to provide' balancing arms "to Israel. A new period of danger is indicated for Israel. Yet there remains the possibility that recognition may finally come of Israel's value as a trustworthy friend of the West. There may be references to "brave little Israel" reminiscent of "brave little Finland" of other days. If such recognition is to come, let it not be too little, too late. MUGGE'S RESTAURANT. INC FOR FINE FOOD COMPLETE DINNERS "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ... 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^^ Peg* 8-A +J**is*)th*k*a*i Fridoy. May 27. i960 Israel Traps Nazi Butcher Eichmann Continued from Page 1 A people" and for crimes "against I humanity." Thus Eichmann faces the possibility of a death sentence > if convicted. The capture of Eichmann and mo promised trial hit all of Israel as one of the most sensational events in many years. A special meeting of the Cabinet was held Monday afternoon. Mr. EervGurion is understood to have revealed to the members of the Cabinet some details in connection with the capture of Eichmann which he had not mentioned in his Knesset announcement. All that has been revealed publicly thus far is that Eichmann was not under arrest a n ywhere else outside Israel, and that he was not brought here through extradition proceedings. Minister of Justice Pinhas Rosen revealed .that Eichmann has already been brought for a hearing before a magistrate at Jaffa. At! the hearing, he admited his identity and asked whether he will be permuted to obtain his own de i tense counsel. He was assured, according to Mr. Rosen, that he would be allowed to defend him-1 eh* properly. It is believed that j he may try to obtain an attorney | from some country outside Israel. | Mr. Rosen said Eichmann will be permitted to retain foreign counj eel it he wants to do so. "He is being kept under closest guard," Mr. Rosen stated, but be j declined to reveal the place of | Eichmann's confinement or any de-: tails about how. when and where i he was apprehended and arrested.: "He looks quite healthy," the Minj fetor added. "He has not yet indi-1 cated the type of defense he in-1 tends to enter. His charge sheet i is being drafted so as to speed bis trial. The detention order was is6ued at Jaffa Monday morning. He will be indicted for crimes against the Jewish people'." Asked what form of execution Eichmann would face, if convicted Mr. Rosen replied: "Presumably, he would be hanged." However, I the Minister said he would prefer r.ot to discuss, as yet, the possible sentence for Eichmann. "1 want to; avoid prejudicing the case." be stated, 'in spite of whatever feelings prevail in regard to the man." Eichmann hat been the object of a worldwide search ever since he escaped from an American camp at Regentburg, Germany, after the collapse of the Nazi regime in 1945. A reward of $20,000 for information leading to the arrest of Eichmann has M. B. GAUMS CTVIL AND CONSULTING ENG1NEFJ1 622 S.W. 27th Avenue Tktmm K. 6-0336 -v..... Mrs. Sarah Sive Czech. Miami Beach philanthropist, accepts congratulations from Gabriel Heatter. noted radio commentator, on her receiving the Eternal Light Award oi the Jewish Theological Seminary oi America. Award ceremonies were Sunday evening at the Eden Roc hotel, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader oi Temple Emanu-El. making the presentation. Looking on (left to right tare Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of North Shore Jewish Center, and president oi the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.; Rabbi Seymour Fox. associate dean. Teachers College oi the Seminary; Benjamin Sive, the recipient's son; and Samuel Kling, columnist for The Jewish Floridian. and noted authority on marriage. been a standing offer here far a number of years. The reward offer was potted by the Jewish Documentation Center, which collects the record* of Jewt evterminated during the Nazi holocaust and of Naiis responsible for the matt murder of Jews. As the chief "expert" on Jewish aiairs in the Gestapo, the Nazi secret police, and as head of the special department set up in the Gestapo to supervise the "final solution" of the Jewish question— the mass extermination of European Jewry— Eichman had direct and personal responsibility for the extermination of hundreds of thousands of men, women and children. Eichmann was born in 1907 in the German Templar colony of Sarona. in then Turkish-held Palestine, and learned to speak Hebrew, Yiddish and Arabic fluently. His family moved to Austria when he was a young man, and he became active in the Nazi movement there. When the Austrian government outlawed the Nazi Party. Eichmann joined the Gestapo as an espionage agent and became a specialist in Jewish affairs, serving as special aide on Jewish matters to Reinhardt Heydrich, commander of the Gestapo. As a Gestapo agent, Eichmann ;was largely responsible for bringing together the fugitive Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Am in el Husseini, and Nazi leaders. This resulted in the formation of a Moslem Division recruited by the Mufti, to fight with the Nazis against the Allies. ; After his escape from "Germany. Eichmann was reported in Egypt. I where he was active in recruiting ; former Nazis for service against %  Israel. He was subsequently reported at various other points in the Middle East, and also in Ar gentina. His wife and three children were reported living in Pra' gue, Czechoslovakia. When the Nazi regime set up a "Central Bureau for Jewish EmiIgration" in Vienna, to organize the rounding up and deportation of Austrian Jews. Eichmann was put in charge. He later performed similar services in Prague and in Berlin. When the Nazi powers agreed on the "final solution"— the extermination of the Jews — Eichmann was given command of Division IV B 4 of the Gestapo, :he agency entrusted with the task. UtmiHGS 10 0UK AUNT FffKNOS HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH. FLORIDA irnember of F.D.I.C.) -A rneeely Hmk" TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Music Air Conditioned 7 KM. to 2 AH Closed Sunday Phone FR 44733 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOOD TOWN formerly DUIANEYS Fancy FreJtt VegetsWas Frasas rases He visited more than 100 contributors in behalf of the 1960 Combiner Jewish Appeal. Oscar Zeltzer (right), volunteer in more than ten CJA campaigns, is shown turning in this 100th successfully-completed pledge assignment at a workers' report session. 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Friday. May 27, I960 -JmMhrhrtdian Page 9-A Memorial Day Service for Vets Annual student concert presented by their instructor. Mrs. Harold Robin. 2250 SW 28th st.. featured the following: Left to right (upper row) ate Rochelle Lerner. Evelyn Offenbach, Vicki Stemerman, Nora Feldman. Mrs. Harold Berney, Larry Stein, Warren Berney, Henry Drevich, Betsy Leisenring, Roy Bram. Mrs. Manuel LubeL Zelda Fleishman, Bill Christiansen, Joyce Gold, Sybil Sernaker, Vicki Ilmonen, Fred Berney, Robert Covin, Mrs. Michael Covin. Lower row are Mrs. Robin, Rita Grossberg, Mari Grossberg, Mark Stein, Jo-Ann Lerner, Judy Offenbach, Harriet Offenbach, Geraldine Goren, Georgia Kemp, Deborah Lubel, Marlene Marks, Shirley Drevich, Judy Grossberg. Goldstein Offers Case for Single Jewish Voice Continued from Paoe 1 A ica is the national coordinating agency of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the Rabbinical Council of America, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, and the United Synagogue of America. Rabbi Abraham M. Heller, chairman of the General Aittm. bly Committee, said: "While roe•aniline; the existing legitimate difference in ideology and) modes Of expression among nation* I Jewish organizations, the Synagogue Council and its constituent organizations tfrongly beHere that American Jewry must possess a community interest with a democratic, collective voice reflecting the will of the various Jewish groupings." In a paper viewing the American Jewish community from the perspective of previous Jewish communal organizations, Dr. Sidney B. Hocnig, Professor of Jewi.sh History at Yeshiva University, proposed the revival of a system of regional communities, uniting diverse groups of congregations and denominational branches of Jewry j into one body of general Jewish; identification. "The creation of a unified community will not only revitalize Jewry internally but would also, by eliminating presentday pseudo-spokesmen for Judaism, result in setting up an aui thoritative voice for the Jewish | people in America," he stated. Dr. Israel Goldstein listed as "the major commitments of the American Jewish community in the hierarchy of existing priorities, the Synagogue, including Jewish education, Jewish philanthropy, aid to Israel, anti-defamation activities, concern with other Jewish communities in the world, contact with other non-Jewish groups in the United States and concern with the traditional American protection of minority races and creeds." Dr. Goldstein termed the current religious revival superficial and urged that "American rabbis should be more critical and more demanding." He called for an infENSE NERVOUS tensification of Jewish religious practice and religious education. He also urged greater support for the higher institutions of Jewish learning. Next to the Synagogue, he singled out philanthropy as tbe most vital commitment. He urged the Jewish leader to resist the temptations to "overspend for local needs" with the result that vital needs abroad are either neglected or supported on a bare subsistence level. He called for a proper balance between domestic and overseas needs. "For most American Jews support of Israel is more than philanthropy," Rabbi Goldstein declared. When a Jew contribute* to Israel, he declared, he does so wfth a different feeling than when he contributes to a hospital or a children's home. "Whether fie realizes it consciously or not, its existence and its record enhance his own stature in the eyes of the world and in his own eyes," ho said. He also called for greater attention to the Jewish communities in the Soviet Union, in other Communist states in Eastern Europe, and in North Africa. "All these should be placed more challengly on the agenda of American Jewry's interest and concern. Philip Bernstein, executive director of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, cited areas in which American Jewish communities have developed central community organizations. "Nationally," he said, "we have achieved entirely voluntarily a substantial measure of cooperation in virtually every major field, or at least the basic structure has been established for cooperation." Rabbi Bernard Bamberger, president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, spoke of the need to stress the spiritual tone of the synagogue rather than the financial. "In this connection I challenge the concept of tbe 'catering synagogue' an institution justified neither in Jewish tradition nor general American prac-. tice," he said. He also urged the communities to develop a proper relationship with their rabbis "for whether we like it or not Jewish life is heavily dependent on the rabbis. The rabbi suffers now from insecurity and lack of dignity, now from overadulation. Above all, his functions are not defined and his role as teacher is often ignored." Rabbi Bamberger pointed out that Jews were sustaining losses through mixed marriages and inadequate natural growth. "We need numbers for sheer survival," he said. "On the higher level, the Department of Florida, Jewish j War Veterans of the United States, will hold its annual Memorial Day services on Sunday, 11 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. The public is invited. Hy M. Morris, vice commander for the Fourth region, and a past department commander, is in charge of the program, and participating will be the color guards of all Jewish War Veterans posts in South Florida. The services will conclude with the firing of the traditional three volleys, by the Department Firing Squad under command of Maj. Ray Seeman. Taps will be blown by Albert Stuart and Michael Dresner. Graves of all veterans of the Jewish faith, in cemeteries throughout Greater Miami, will be decorated with American flags on Memorial Day. Participating in the services will be Rabbi Alfred Waxman, honorary chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans, Department of Florida, assisted by Rabbis B. Leon Hurwitz, Max Lipschitz, Morton Malavsky and Morris Skop. Along with the services, will be tbe dedication of a Memorial Shaft which has been erected at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, in memory of the departed servicemen of all wars in which the nation has engaged. 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Page 10-A -Jmtsiincrktian Friday. May 2 7, lg^j Pearly Gait j by-Hal-Pearl-1 TALEfNT TO 9PA*>€: The magic glow of show business has never shone more brightly than in the amazingly versatile talents of a small company of performers who have been astounding critics and audiences alike around the world. They are the Israeli Revuers making their first appearance in the United States on Friday at the DiLido hotel, where they will display their theatrical art three nights running. Focal point of the quartet i> a 16-year-old bundle of feminine energy. Rita Reisch. A sinser, dancer, actress, and comedienne. Rita has been extolled by ebullient reviewers on four continents. She has appeared in two motion picture*, Israeli made, "Hill 24 Doesn't Answer," and "The Juggler," starring Kurt Douglas. Only two days ago she was in Hollywood affixing her signature to a contract to co-star with Mexico's great Cantirtflas, in a feature to be made south of the border. With Rita in the troupe is her mother, Mina Yurman, a singer and dancer ofEuropean fame for many years. A couple of years ago two outstanding Argentine Jewish singers and comedians. Isidor Horuwtcz and Bernard Sauer. were performing in Israel when they first met Rita and her mother. They were amazed by the versatile and vivid talents of the teen-age beauty—and in no time put together a revue of their own making. Se convinced were they of the abundant talents of the young girl making a hit wherever she played, they mapped out an ambitious schedule. They proved themselves correct. The Israeli foursome already has toured South Africa, the capitals of Europe, practically the entire South American continent, Central American and Mexico. The talented Rita, who only spoke Hebrew and German when she met and joined the company, picked up Spanish on the tour, and now speaks it like a native. Most amazing part of their long-touring record i:; that more Gentiles than Jews have seen the foursome and have reacted as spontaneously as the latter when viewing the rich stove of talents OR display. Greater Miami is in for a special theatrical treat when the four bow at the DiLido Friday night, in the Grand ballroom. Irving Pietrack the master arranger and conductor, has scored the show and will conduct the orchestra. Jay Fine, of the Nautilus Motel, is master of ceremonies. This is international entertainment heartily recommended for the entire family. Don't miss this rare stage show, running three nights, Friday through Sunday. NAMES MAKE NEWS: Dr. J. R. Schwartz is one man who be lieve* lige begins with retirement. The former dentist, who reside? on Treasure Island, never has been so busy, including the years wher he was treating molars. He has had two boks published recently. "Or chard Street" (New York City) and "On the Wings of an Eagle" (about Israel). He has also authored six textbooks and two technical bra cfcures now in libraries of dental schools throughout the United States and many foreign nations. He is also a talented artist and has had several exhibits. (Did he say he was retired?) Ron LeVine, of the Robert L. Turchin building organization, who has been to Mexica the past two summers, eyeing brochures from that colorful coontry again. Another trip to Mexico. Ron? Bayshere golfers still talking about the fairway proficiency of Dr. Julian Rickles, who regained the club championship by topping Frank Strafaci two-up in the 36 hole match play competition. The smooth swinging surgeon was never hotter on the fairway: and preens, shooting a three-under par 69 for the first 18 holes. Laughs were to the fore at the delightful house party hosted by Julius and Ruth Kasdin a couple of nights ago. Among the guests wer< t! e Paul Pollaks. Rusty Weinger (who heads north to take over an exec utive post in a New York resort in mid-June), attorney Shirley Wolfe htr client and close friend. Martha Raye. Mrs. Willie Kolmer (Kolmer Marcu-i. and Dr. Murray Reckson. (whose wife, Honey, is touring F,urope with Mrs. Larry Paskow. of Harbor Island Spa). Alan H. Rothstein, Miami Beach attorney, has been named city prosecutor, on the staff of City Attorney Joseph Wanick. He joins Mel \y B. Frumkes, who was appointed in March. Councilman Harold B. Spaet and son Hal among the Bayshore father and son twosomes. Ray Chisling probably onm of the most improved golfers on the Beach. A year or so 090 he had a 12-handicap. Today he's shooting consistently in the 70** and has earned a 7-handicap rating. Shot a 74 last Sunday, playing with Seymour Weiss, Charley Maxwell and Harry Auslander. By th way, Harry's proud of his wife's big improvement in the game. Now plays in all the Thursday women's events. Fairways and greens in great shape again at Bayshore. Nat Strass back on the job part-time at his Duro-O-Matic firm in Bialeah after undergoing surgery recently. Nat Feinberg. the tile man. wil have some of his Marnay's. Ltd.. creations on exhibition at the Chicago. Furniture Show next month. He'll be on hand to display his wares. •* FILM FARE: "The 400 Blows," another French cinematic triumph. is now at (he Mayfair. Trie story deals with the dramatic plight of an illegitimate boy and his unrelenting mother. Another package of celluloid dynamite, "Wild River," directed by Elia Kazan, explodes on the screens of the Carib, Miracle and Miami Theatres starring Montgomery Clift, Lee Remick and Jo Van Fleet. Olympit. Beach and Gables Theatres presenting a suspense film, "Circus of Horrors," imported from Europe, with many chilling moments. In color, too. TIPS ON TABLES: Henry Leitson, of the Candlelight Inn, reports the specialty of the house, thick, juicy prime ribs of beef, sold out almost every night. That imposing refrigerated dessert table at the Bonfire always holds an eye-filling array of pastries, fruit compotes and other tasty climaxes to dinner at the 79th st. Causeway dining spot. But they don't last long. Steaks, roasts and chops ara Included in the American plan special opening rates at no extra charge at the new kosher Cromwell hotel, under the direction of Abe Getter. New summer policy now in efect at Michel's kosher restaurant in Normandy Isle. Spot's open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays only, from 4 to 9 p.m. Harold Pont and Irving Gordon busy working overtime to meet catering demands for May and June engagement and wedding parties. Al Goldman, of Fu Manchu, splitting time between his 71-st st. Fu Manchu and his new spot, now being readied in Hollywood. Needs a JieJiocopter, that man does, to get around. Beth Shok>m Men Install Officers SAHfOKD FKUD Miami Jaycees Elect Freed Head Sanford "Sandy" Freed, 32, has een elected president of the Mi imi Junior Chamber of Commerce. Fred will be officially sworn into iffice when the Jaycees hold their innual installation banquet this Saturday evening in the Starlight -00m of the Biscayne Terrace ho 'el. A capacity crowd is expected o be on hand to hear past State laycee president Burton Thornal. if Miami, handle the installation chores. Freed, an attorney, is a native Miamian and has been an active Jaycee for the past seven years. Legal counsel for the club, he was recently appointed utilities coun el and chairman for the Westchester Civic Assn. Freed attende d Miami Senior High School and the University of Florida, where he received his Bachelor of Science and Business Administration degrees in mt. In 1953. he received his law degree there. His honors in college included membership in the highest fraternal order, Florida Blue Key, Hall of Fame, member of the student legislature,Lyceum Council, Tau Epsilon, and Phi Alpha Delta. During the 1953 session of the legislature. Freed was a specia ssistant to Atty. Gen. Richard Ir vin. Freed resides with his wife. Mar lyn. at 1405 SW 82nd pi. They have hree children. Minyonaires Will Close Season Final session and program of he Miami Hebrew Minyonaires Mub will be held this Sunday. Election of oficers for the comng season will take place. New eature next year will be a Junior "fowling League. Sixteen boys from Bar Mitzvah through 15 years of age constitute he weekly program of the Minylires under the guidance of Rabbi Herschell Saville. Jack Stupp has been president, vhile Bernard Klein and Edward Pulver served as vice presidents. Olficers and directors of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom were to be installed on Thursday evening at a dinner in the Algiers hotel, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. President is David Drucker. Others are vice president-. Jack Fink, Harold Granoff. Sidney D. Ross, secretary, Morris Grossman; corresponding secretary, Joe Alter; treasurer. Sam Marlin. Board of directors are Jack Abbott, Harry Rarkin. Dr. Ralph Cobb, Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, Irving Goodman. David Grossberg, Murray Herlands. Frank Kamen, Har; ry Lack, Marvin Lewis, Manny Luck, Morris Miller, Dav d MIM. kat, Joseph Pardo, Philb p 0slcl nek, Mclvin J. Richard. Albert Rosen. Bernar R nstn Dr. Norman J. Russ, Judge Phihn Sehlissel. Leo Schloss. Jack B Shapiro, J. Bernard Bpeclor, p au i A. Stern, Irwin Teplis, J.e Tucker, Jack Wagner, Dr. K-irry g Wolk. Benjamin W. Zim -rnian. 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Friday, May 27. I960 +Jeistofk)rldkr) Page li-A PORTRAIT Of A FOREIGN MtNtSTH: PART I Go/da's Contribution: Israel's Friendly Ties With African Nations GOtDA MEIR COMES TO GREATER MIAMI JUNE 9 TO PRESENT THIS COMMUNITY WITH "DBCADt CITY AWAKD." SEE PA6E 1-A. One of Golla Meir's outstanding achievements as a stateswoman is Israel's policy of rendering economic assistance to the underdeveloped lands of Asia and Africa. This far-sighted program, which has generated many vital friendships for Israel in areas of growing world importance, was inaugurated and nurtured by Israel's Foreign Minister, who will I be the guest of honor at an Israel I Bond dinner in Miami on Thurs|day, June 9. When Mrs. Meir carries |through a program as far-reachig as this one, she does not do by remote control or by sendig subordinates to deal with the new nations involved. Recognizthe strategic value of friend with the new countries of and Africa, she has visited iany of these lands to add her eraonal touch to the task of linup this new force in close dentification with Israel. As a result Israel has establisha far-flung system of technical assistance in this region. In Shana, the Ghana National Construction Co., owned 60 per cent the Ghanese government and per cent by the Israeli FederLion of Labor, has been the conptent low bidder in major conviction projects, most recently $5,000,000 international airport |t Accra. Divtrse Interests Israel jointly sponsored Ghana's shipping line, the Black Star Line, and has since turned it over to full Ghanese ownership after getting it into operation. In Nigeria, Israeli investors are taking an important part in water development projects. In Guinea, Israeli interests are helping market the output of the country's diamond mines. In Liberia, Israel is aiding in the construction of a new $3,500,000 hotel in Monrovia. In Ethiopia, Israeli engineers are rendering decisive assistance to the country's road-building program, and may soon be assisting in a major slum-clearance program in the capital. Addis Ababa. The success of this program is but another reflection of the stature and effectiveness of Golda Meir. Her approach to her work for Israel — and her leadership in building Israel goes back more than thirty years — has invariably been imaginative and creative. Her unique qualities of leadership and initiative have gained her widespread recognition as one of Israel's outstanding personalities. At the same time, her warm personality and her abiding sense of humility have made her one of her country's most beloved figures — beloved not only in Israel but by millions all over the world. Fijht Afainst Bigotry As Foreign Minister of the State of Israel, conferring with the top leaders of the world's great powers, representing her country at crucial moments before the United Nations, she has helped create an image of Israel as a forceful spokesman for democracy and peace. Under her guidance, Israel has maintained its lines of communications with almost all the non-Arab nations of the world, although there have been many forces seeking to sevd \ l v. nv *^PBp|Bfe m\ % % % %  Mr— %  — %  %  "—— ''^^iwggMR] %  *'i^ %  w~— K> ^ v -^4RflpjRMHHHHRjRfl %  '.-I : IrwMMMM I LP 'J^RaP mFj*t Mrs. Meir is greeted by Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd in London on recent visit there. MO* MWMTpWH WEST INDIES YARMOUTH "TSr m% Att-COHDITIOHIO (15 l DAY. >260 JUIY ll • • roars t


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M, OAJb Page 12-A *• Jew 1st ikrkUar Friday, May 27, lggg Bureau's Annual Meeting to Feature Election and Presentation of Awards Annual meeting of the .Bureau ot Jewish Education will highlight three events. The meeting will be held at the Fontainebleau hotel on Monday at 7:45 p.m. Featured will be the installation ol re-elected officers, who include M. A. Baskin. president; Charles E, Gottlieb. Leo Robinson, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. Joseph Duntov, vice presidents: Seymour B Liebman, secretary; Joseph Cohen, treasurer; Louis Heiman, Max Meisel. Benjamin Meyers and Matilda H. Ratner, past presidents; Sol Goldman, honorary president; Harold Thurman. Harry Simon hoff. Joseph Duntov and Ehicl L.sowoder. honorary vice presidents. They will be installed by Arthur Rosichan. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Malvina Liebman, director of elementary education, Dade County Schools, will install new officers of the Council of ParentTeachers Assns. of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Officers include Mrs. Charles Rosenberg. Temple Judea. president; Mrs. B. L. Fabric. Temple Nor Tamid. Mrs. Joseph Abelow. Temple Emanu-EI. Mrs. Nathan Dubler. Beth David, and Mrs. Mickey Leb. Congregation of Monticello Park, vice presidents; Mrs. Leon Eisenman. Tifereth Jacob. Hialeah. corresponding secretary. Mrs. Liebman will also greet the retiring president, Mrs. Max Handshu. Finals in the National Bible Con-, test will be held in both Junior and Senior Divisions. Contestants wno will compete for the regional first prize include Jonathan C.' Shamres. Miss Marsha Goldberg [ and David Enoch Luchins. Junior Division; Stuart Herman Werner, .l-ssica R. Hurwitz and Jordan Kelemer, Senior Division. Winners will be eligible to compete in the national contest to be held in New. York City on June 12. Contest will be under the direction of Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Sam Heiman. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will present awards to winners of the Bureau's annual Essay-Art Contest. Prize winners were select-' e Webster is commander for 1960-61. CANTOR, CHOIR LEADER & BAR MITZVAH TEACHER Seek* HIGH HOLIDAYS or YEARLY position. Held prominent positions in New York. NOW RESIDENT of Miami Beach. Excellent in all branches. Extraordinary cultured Tenor-voice. Outstanding referen ces. 15 year* experience. Reasonable salary. Write P.O. Box 1738, Miami Beach, Fla., or phono JE 4.2*01, Ext: 306. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest t Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale I Retail ISRAELI GIFTS AND NOVUTItS 41 7 Washington Ave. JE 1 -9017 To Live in Hearts We Leave Behind It to Life Forever 1 PALMER'S MEMORIALS "Miemi 1 s Only Jewish Moetameaf ••infers" Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, NUT M Mr. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery HYMAN MANHOfF, 2 p.m. Rabbi Solomon Schi/f "May Their Souls Repose in Eternal Peace!" ARRANGIMENTS IT PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. ^wiseiijWcisions require time i i i i i i i i i i i *v X^v | Surely it is only good sense to devote as much attention to selecting a family burial estate as ycu would to making your will. Yet so often one lends to postpone this important decision until an emergency arises. Isn't today the best time to start planning? Why not find out about Mount Nebo now. Here, in Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery, a Perpetual Care Fund exceeding $100,000, guarantees .he (•ermanent beauty and care of Mount Nebo. You n-ver pay for maintenance taxes and SM-Ksments cannot be levied And Mount Nebo is to serenely lovely ... so MMBfHi... so uMlttttMtktd'. it has already been the choice of over 4.000 Jewish families. Why ool secure lull details? I I I I I \ MIAMI'S MOST CAUTMJL KMCLUSIVBLV JEWISH CCMCTCRY Miami Hebrew Book Stc IBM WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 1-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues, Schools A Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS V \JGUST BROS fc V/ /s "" lit S / Mount Net* Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd $*•, M„ml, Plorida Please tend me, without obligation, full information on family Burial Estates in Mo-mt Nebo. %  y Name... Address. Cily Zone State Jlw Jtfh ( J


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riday, May 27. 1960 +Jew is* Ik rid,m Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM Israel itself is a prophet, is itself |the prophetic race. PF.GUY •'• %  • The Jewish tuition is to the \ whole inhabited world what ihe | priest a to the state. PIIILO • • VSc JfWnire. at it weTi, the"7ins of the revolution, the daughters of I the revolution. We should be aware of it. We can always be I \uhat Dr Toynbee calls a 'creative \minor\ty." —BAECK. • • To be a Jew It a destiny. BAUM. • • To be a Jew is to be strong with \a ttrength that has outlined perse|. iinonv. It 1$ to be wise against ig: norance. honest against piracy. \harmlets against ei'il, industrious against idleness, timd against cruellyBOTTOM E. • The Jewish people in the Diaspora it the herald of inter|uutional reconciliation and amity. \s a people of peoples, it is the I Ivmbi.l of the "metahistorical" aim \f mankind. BREUER. • Judaism was a normal school to rain up teachers for the whole torld. —CHANNINC. • The descendants of the teachers religion and martyrs of the faith ire not be insignificant, not to |y wicked. DUBNOW. • • I Today every Jew feels that to be I Jew means to bear a serious reI |onsibilify not only to hu own iraunily, but also toward hu: ^nity. —EINSTEIN. • • Jews, belonging at they do to a notify group, can best fulfill the | action of the constructive critic: _, \y are less conditioned than other to accept things as they are. OOODHART. letrew \—,on\-eraatioH p &* ^3K jun/sf %  •D'JK IT T -: : •• : loisn rnx 1 ? nsr fnwrn PBtoan .nnii nan "?X7 [tf IV* Tl T T hmrna npain rrftisn D-X3 rniasn 1 ?! v nn n %  T T T 1 • : •o &n DHin^-K 1 ? raien D^nDXTin nnx •T^tea •*in bvi n-aftnn rnpnfcn ITK x^n nin'n pio? lan^an "ID 1 ? •ngWte TT:-"i* ry I I T "Tia n|?Draj? nrx np t nfc nfn]3 svr niir fntpa -jppiaS nrna nan^an ]>?].iMsnatfanitnEnrm 1 ?! ,na |*7in*n lintpKr-rin nx rno; .n&hia ^ax'pn T 1I • \ I fSUTIOM VISIT OF THE JEWISH THEATRE FROM POLAND Ctaly several thousand Jews have ernained in Poland but it has a ewish national theatre which is f a high standard. The Polish Govrnincnt assists the Jewish Theae, and its performances are atnded by many non-Jews, as it is ne of the best theatres in Poland. The leading actress of the Jewh theatre is Ida Kaminska. Be>re the war, Ida Kaminska acted 1 a well-known theatre in Waraw. During the war she fled to Moscow, and after she returned in he year 1948 she founded the Jewsh National Theatre in Warsaw. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Jn p .m. Bermon: Oreai Honor to %  <:ieat Jewish Community." ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Fridaj 1:30 p.m Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Elliott, aon ol Ml and Mr*. ,lule* M, Faaaej BeavuoUi Wedneadaj and Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor Thursday 10:30 a.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid eve Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiald. Cantor Abraham Self. Frldav '' %  :V> p MI. Salurday |:M am Sermon: "A Giiidliur l.lKht In the \\ ihi< rneaa." Hhavuota Wednesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m. Ylak.n Thursday 10:30 a.m. • —— MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herechell Seville. Cantor Joseph Salzman. Kii.lsv *:50 p.m. Sbturduy 9 a.m. Sermon: "A Spirltu.ii Deser t ." Sliavnoth Tuesdav 7 p.m Wednesday 8:43 a.m. Sermon "All Road* Lead to Sinai." Thursday 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "Living with Memories." Yizkor 10:43 a.m. MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. snd NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Llpshitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Klrschenbaum. Friday 3:30 and S: 13 p.m. Sermon: "There are Joy and Mystery to the Question Mark." Saturday 9 a.m. liar Mltsvah: Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman l.a-lf: Sheldon, aon of Mr. rind Mrs. Herbert Teltzer. Shavuoth Wedneaday and Thursday t a.m. Yizkor Thursday 10:30 a.m. NORTH DADE CENTER. 13*30 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okollca. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "We Graduate." Saturday 9 a.m. Shavuoth Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. —o— NORTH SHORE CENTER. (20 78th at Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 8:13 p.m. Salurday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Jeff, son of Mr. and Mr*. Marston Schaefer; Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. li vinx Tucker; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Llainaky. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Shavuoth WednesdxN and Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor Thursday 10:30 a.m. • — — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Time Marches My." Saturday 9 a,m. Bar MltzvHh: Jay, son of Mr. and Mr*. Norman Kinkelsteln. Shavuoth Wedneaday and Thursday 9 a.m. — o TEMPLE BETM AM. ^950 N. Kendall dr., 8. Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert Baumosrd. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "I* Spying* the Way to World Peace?" Shavuoth Wednesday, 10 a.m. Award* to oui-tanding leligious school student*. O TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk St.. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Friday 8 p.m. Confirmation service. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at. Conaervative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. n.ir Mltzvah: Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gold. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronieb Cantor Davlo Convlser. Friday 8:13 p.m. Graduation and conf si elation of pre-conflrmand*. Saturday 10:43 a.m. Bas Mltzvah: Joyce. Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Jack Wagner. Shavuoth Wednesday 10:45 a.m. Yhckor memorial. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16BO0 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ben Grossberg Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "But We Forget." Saturday 10 a.m. Shavuoth Tuesday 8 p.m. Sermon: "What 1* this Gift?" Wednesday 9:30 a.m. Sermon: •'Ten Ways to Happiness." Wednesday 8 p.m. Sermon: "But the Clock Cannot be Turned Back." Thursday 9:30 a.m. Sermon: "Memories." Yizkor memorial. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington avs. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich. Frldav 8:10 p.m. Closing late service, of season Memorial Day tribute to Jewish War Veteran*. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: 'Weekly Portion." Bar Mltzvah: Jonathan, son of Mr. and Mrs Hairy Kaplan. Ba* Mltzvah: IJ.IS. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stalford Shavuoth Wednesday 9 a.m. Annual confirmation service 10:30 a.m. Thnrsilay 9 a.m. Yizkor 10:15 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "What Should the \ in.-i.;.n Jew Want Out of Life?" Shavuoth Wednesday 11 a.m. Yizkor memorial. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:I3 p.m. Sermon: "Brotherhood Before Nationhood." Saturday In .'.11 ,1 in Bar Mltzvah: Daniel. *->n Of Mr. and Mrs Leo OotdnMUI. Shavuoth Tuesday '" %  %  p.m. Special ennrlrmatloa sorvloa Wednesday 10:30 ;i in Bar Mltzvah: Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Yizkor 11:30 a.m. e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel C.ombern Friday l:M and 8:13 p.m. Sermon: The Obligation of Officers." InstalI in..11 ceremony. Saturday 8:33 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Shavuoth Wedncs.lai ami Thursday 8:45 a.m. Yizkor Thursday 10:45 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Friday VI". p.m. Baccalaureate servi, to honor high school graduates. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S*1 Flaminoo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Helm. Friday 8:13 p.m. Decoration Day Sabbath, with JWV Post and Auxiliary I'.SI participating. Saturday 9 a.m. Shavuoth Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Graduation ceremony. Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. Yiskor Thursday 10:30 a.m. TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rebbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday 8:30 p.m. Last late service of season. Graduutea to be honored. Sermon: "New 4-hallenres." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Donald, son of Mr. and Mr*, l^onard Lalken. Shavuoth Wednesday and Thursday S a.m. Ylsknr Thursday 10:30 a.m. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrencs. Canter Albert Giants. Friday S:3 p.m. Confirmation class consecration. Sermon: "Conaecratlon and Confirmation—Tent and Tabernacle." Shavuoth eve Tuesday sundown. Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor Thursday 10:30 a.m. YOUNG ISRAEL. tSO NE 171st et. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday :4j p.m. Salurday 9 a.m.-Sermon: "Wandering In the Desert." Shavuoth Tuesday sundown. Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. Yiskor Thursday 10:30 a.m.



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Page 14-A +Jewisti fk*Milan Friday. May 27, \%Q Browsing With Books: By HILARY MWDUN Life at its Simplest Level Demands a Moral Choice THE UNPOSSESSED. By Edward Hyams. 311 pp. New Yrk: Simon and Schuster. $3.95. tZNGLISH NOVELIST Edward Hyams, whose interests fc reach lrom earth (horticulture) to sky (flying), and whose wife. Hilda, made news recently by hearing a mysterious hum at their home in Molash, Kent, has written a hummingly good book, witty, cerebral and entertaining, with large doses of downbeat irony. As a novel of ideas, it is deep enough to he disturbing, but not so belabored as to be dull—an admirable balance, and one which many American novelists, for some reason, find difficult to achieve. "The Unpossessed" are the moralless. They are not deliberately evil, nor have they consciously acquired bad unsuccessful. For one thing, he discovert that liie a i :, principles: they simply have no principles at all. They simplest level still demands one moral choice a'ter an! are "taking it easy," which was the English title of this -u :he$i. ^jt-WaHber. he finda-that indiflettnaeMtseu u j book. These blurry souls comprise most of the world, according to Hyams. How then can the moral man survive and best maintain his integrity? Mr. Hyams gives two answers. Tom is the narrator of the book. When he gets out of the Navy, he finds he has lost his wife, Matilda, to his charming, smooth, superior officer, Ray Martin, a man whose opportunism is as effortless as breathng. Tom's decision is to retreat from society, and he becomes a truck gardener on a Kentish estate. It is an attempt at Voltaire's "Tend your garden. Civilize," and it is highly N' %  :-!"!:!..: HB ;': : i. I.!.: l,[! ,11 hi '.LI.. -i!. ,i, ,1-1 I. vi ui. imwl nil r 111 • '%  -l I'!'.It %  Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN East Institute "Educational' Program Washington SPHERE IS no pressure like Arab pressure and chairman Fulht (.1 the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is its prophet. When Sen Fulbnght condemned a "pressure group" linked to aiien interests, he referred to supporters of Israel. He ignored the resl pressure machine, the powerful Arab lobby, supported by the State Department, which has proclaimed him its man on camel-back. The largest front group of the Arabs is the socalled American Friends of the Middle East. An annual propaganda budget totals almost $1,000,000. Funds come from huge oil companies. AF.ME's national council is under the chairmanship of Dr. EdwarJ L. R. Elson, President Eisencr's own pastor. Harold B. Minor, who has served both the State Department and the ArabianAmerican Oil Co.. (ARAMCO). is president. James Terry Duce. of ARAMCO, is on the board cf bo-h APME and the Middle East Institute. The Institute is a pseudo-educational foundation that has just openly emerged as another Arab propaganda ; "U\ :.,:. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Mathematical Puzzle A MATHEMATICAL savant at the •^ Weizmann Institute was asked how • ie accounted for the fact that Nobel left % rizes for discoveries in medicine, chem-try, physics and other branches of ;nowledge. but left no award for mathmatics. which in a way is the chief key nlocking the treasure of truth in all .ields. It was because, said the Israeli savant, a mathematician sought to steal away the affections of Nobel's wife and, for spite, he blackballed the whole body of mathematicians. But how can that be, objected the disciple, since Nobel was a bachelor? "You wouldn't spoil a good story," answered the professor, "just because it doesn't square with the facts." He was right, of course. We've got to have good stories. We need ginger cake as well as bread and meat and, any way. mathematicians arc only expected to give us mathematical truths. Outside of that, ttuy are as human and inclined to error as the rest of us. The Talmud tells of a man who claimed that he knew the number of .-tars in the skies. "Do you know how many teeth you have?" he \vaasked. "No," he answered. ; "Then how can you know how many stars there are in the skies?" It is similarly told of the Grecian astronomer, Thrace, that he fell in a ditch while observing the stars, and another Grecian asked querulously how a person could see a million miles away when he couldn't see the ditch in front of his nose. Many years ago. there was a famous Jewish mathematician at Johns Hopkins with an un-Jewish name — James Sylvester. Later he taught at Oxford. Many stories of a kind similar to the aforementioned were told about him. Once he was walking with a friend and suddenly exclaimed that one of his legs was shorter than the other. He did not realize that he was walking on the edge of the sidewalk with one foot on the curb and the other below. But the mathematician is compensated by the joy he gets in his work. I always admired mathematicians and remember the joy I got in my Cheder days from my Hebrew teacher, who was something of a mathematician. He put to us this question: "The distance between Shnipishok and Vilna is two miles, and the distance between Vilna and Shnipishok is also two miles, so why is it that while it is one month from Purim to Passover, it is eleven months from Passover to Purim?" Here is a mathematical problem to puzzle over. weapon. ARAMCO is consulted on policy of both groups. The same company was found by a New York court to have practiced anti-Jewish bias. A scries of anti-Israel and anti-Jewish remarks became part of the formal program of the Middle East Institute's recent 14th annual conference on regional affairs. The program was heavily loaded against Israel despite the fact that one professor supporting Israel was permitted to deliver an address. Arab after Arab denounced Israel and the Jewish community of America. The Institute's previous pretentions to objectivity were dissolved. Arab speakers included Abdul Rahman Azzam. first secretary-general of the Arab League; Rafik Asha. Egyptian delegate to the United Nations; Jamal Sad, director of Arab propaganda Center in Washington; Fayez A. Sayegh, acting director of the Arab states delegation office in New York; Iraqi Ambassador Sulaiman, and others. Circulating about the Institute sessions was wealthy Dr. Harold N. Arrowsmith, of Baltimore, long interested in Jewish "conspiracies." He once provided neo-Nazi Lincoln Rockwell with printing press equipment, virtually putting Rockwell in the bigotry business. He subsequently broke with Rockwell. State Department officers and oil representatives applauded wildly as Arabs hailed Sen. Fulbright and denounced the American Jewish community for alleged pressures. One oil company officer, a corporate contributor to the Institute, contided to fellow diners at his table that Hitler did not go far enough in his extermination program. The one-sided anti-Israel propaganda forum featured a panel that could have been staged in Cairo. Israel was denounced by the panel, which included a number of professional Arabs but not a single spokesman for the Israeli side. Arab diplomats beamed at the applause when Israel was denounced for "subverting" the loyalty of American Jews. An Israeli diplomat in the audience rose in angry protest. He charged that the conference had become a "11131" of Israel with only Arabs serving as judges, witnesses, and jury. A few non-Jews in the audience agreed that the whole business was ridiculously biased and one-sided. Using a guise of respectability and alleged obpectivity, the Institute claims to strengthen American understanding of the Middle East. A "life member" is none other than Secretary of State Herter. # The oil companies recently increased support of the Institute. A number of fair-minded and objective members were dropped from the Institutes board of directors. They were replaced by Arab partisans like Bayard Dodge and oilmen Kermit Roosevelt and Duce. The Institute's funds come from ARAMCO Atlantic Refining Co., Standard Oil. Soconv Mobil Oil Gulf Oil, the Ford Foundation. Chase" Manhattan Bank, International General Electric, International Telephone and Telegraph, the First National City Bank of New -York, and others. Some of these companies openly backed the anti-Israel stand of Sen. Fulbright. They urged him to ge even further in support of Nasser morality—is taking it easy. ~ !" lm As Solly Levine. the ugly, painfully aware, intellectual says, "If men are no longer ready to go to the siake for an idea, or to die for their particular kind of civ ilization then they can never be anything but so manv elated short and squalid lives, a kind of brief, noisome ferment en the surface of the globe, and after that—nothing And we are nothing if we are not servants of each other" We must still live as though morality mattered, :e sav's Then he goes off to Israel to fight the Arabs and is killed quite uselessly in an automobile accident. Against the varicolored backgrounds of gardening nt the English avant-garde, both literary and hoirosexiial and of petty postwar skulduggery, Tom moves toward a different solution. Both he and Ray Martin are ir trouble with their respective societies, Martin facing betrayal b his life of manipulation, Tom embroiled by his omissions-his very indifference. In a wild flight across the Channel and over Europe, they come close to destruction it j s Hyams' way of reasserting Solly's fallacy: that tco much freedom, perfect freedom to act, is useless, because it does not touch the real world below; and because it is useless it is also self-destructive to the moralist. Tom returns and marries his mistress, a treacherous harlot who is his complete antithesis; he imbeds himself in the world's or with "the singularly exciting, altogether ^ratify, ing certainty that I was no longer taking it easy." If the ending is rather improbable and perhaos, literarily speaking, an error, the characters are not. They are the very heart of this warm, vital novel, written with sentient intelligence to be read the same way. Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN Role of Rabbis Today % % % % % %  aaBBBaHaaaai %  ;,, %  BMMMN aaaai Between You and Me: %  MHMMMMI'":' %  THIS WRITER HAS not yet had the op portunity of exam:n.:, the texts of the addresses that were delivered last week at the 60th anniversary convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. But even from newspaper reports of the parley at the swank Grossinger hotel it is obvious that the rabbis grappled with fc^.~._TlB^B^BW what apparently is the:r gravest problem—the role of the rabbinate in a rapidlv changing world and in a civilization that is less concerned with heaven than with sky. The problem is a serious one for the shepherds as weil as for their flock. In a rapidly changing climate, r.ich as ours as we plunge downhill toward a new century, there is urgent need for fresh spiritual leadership for meaningful guidance, for original God-expressian and for radiant thinking. There is no place for banalitv in the temples of today-even the inexpert will not be deceivedM* for semantics that are out of step with the language of the new age. But what must the ministry do to meet the new chalenge? Admittedly it is easier to pose the question than to answer it. One of the convention speakers. Dr. Eli Ginzberg. of Columbia University, suggested that the "increasingly urbanized character of our society demands a rethinking of our present use of trained ministers, and challenges the American community to find new ways of Miruiting high level manpower for spiritual leadership." But recruitment of high-level manpower is not sufficient, unless we are able first to limn in concrete colors an unrristaken picture of the new spiritual leadership our age ieou;res. We must first define our terms, our direction. Precisely becruse this is an age of unprecedented materialism in the history of man, there is urgent need be restoration of values other than those our age is ^ipp:ng. Never before perhaps has there been need lor the men of the cloth to speak of fundamentals in basic re.jgious terms," in the language of our ancients, our • •. our soi-'-. There is great temptation in our religious sanctums lo play with strange words and alien metaphors even in dealing with fundamentals. This is a tragic trend. If we are not to be crushed by the onslauzht of the angry waters about us, we must constantly hold on to the verity that religion rhymes with piety, faith with dedication, belief with sacrifice. U in the combating of materialism we should ever icse s.gtt of the basic values we will in the end lose our heritage to the forces that are tugging at it. BORIS SMOIAR Catholic Church Increasingly Friendly With Israel ALTHOUGH NO diplomatic relations ** exist between the Vatican and Israel, leaders of the Catholic church in the United States are strongly sympathizing with Israel. Obvious satisfaction is registered with the steadfastness of Israel in the face of repeated provocations by Nasser. Israel's calm and creative work especially impresses editors of Catholic publications in this country, and this finds expression in editorials and articles in these publications Leading Catholic personalities are confident that the Sinai campaign of 1956 taught Nasser a lesson, and that he will not dare risk anether defeat at the hands of the Israeli Army, However, they also emphasiM ftat Where an arms build-up continues, the danger of war is always present. In the opinion of American Catholic leaders, genuine peace between the Arabs and Israeli remains as distant fif CV er \. They see the b sic Problem as one of convincing ^v, !" J J t a,es that I,rael is M established fact and ia Zl w d e ? ast t0 sUy n *y P 1* 1 1 **•* i l m y take years oefore the Arab-Israeli differences will be discussed at a conference table. In their opinion, antother decade of impressive economic development in Israel may convince the Arabs that they have no alternative but to explore the possibility oil a compromise.



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Friday, May 27, I960 *-Jcwistfk>ridicin Page 1S4H Returning to Israel aboard the SS Zion of the Zim Lines are Hon. Simcha Pratt, former Consul General and Minister Plenipotentiary of Israel in New York, and Mrs. Pratt. The veteran Israeli diplomat has been appointed director of the International Organizations Division of the Israel Foreign Ministry, which handles Israel's relations with the UN and other global I agencies. His tour of duty in the United States lasted six and ^one-half years, the first four spent as Israel Consul in Chicago. SAYS HE MADE ONE HIMSELF Dag Cool to Fu/bright Offer Of New Arab Refugee Study UNITED NATlONS-(JTA)-Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold |id here this week he had no objection to a proposal by Sen. J. W. lilbright for creation of a new body of experts to study the Arab fugee problem. Ai a general press conference. .— which the principal subject was B cold war and top-level Easiest relations. Hammarskjold was Iked for comment on the report %  at Sen. Fulbright. chairman of le Sena'.e Foreign Relations Cornrefugees in the Arab countries where they now live. A Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent in Jerusalem reittee, indicated" during his visit Ported that Sen. Fulbright. during Israel earlier last week, that his talks with Premier David Benn his return to Washington he Gurion and Foreign Minister Gol>uld suggest that a fresh study nj,ade of the problem. "I myself have made such a Study," Hammarskjold replied, 'but if there is a feeling that [there is a need far a new body— I by all means." The study to which he referred was a plan he proposed to the United Nations for the development of the produtive economy of the Middle East as a means toward a defi[ nite so'ution of the Arab refugee I problem through absorption of Publishers hi Resolutions TSIEW YOttK-(JTA) Resolutions supporting Israel's "continued efforts toward building a bastion of democracy in the Middle East" and commending "representatives of other faiths who came to the defense of the Jewish community in America when synagogues were desecrated in recent anti-Semitic incidents," were adopted here at the 18th anual convention of the American Jewish Press Assn. The 28 member-newspaper represetatives at the convention voted to admit, for the first time, representatives of Jewish weeklies in Canada that qualify for membership. During the convention, addresses were delivered by James Mover hoff, of Baltimore, vice chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel and by Gottlieb Hamner, executive vice chairman of the Agency. One evening session was devoted to a discussion of AJPA relationships with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, which serves all of the organization's member newspapers. Top executives of the JTA addressed that session. The convention, which met for two days at the Park-Sheraton hotel, was presided over by last year's president. J. I. Fishbein, of The Sentinel, Chicago. At the conclusion of the sessions, the AJPA elected the following officers: Joseph Weissberg. Jewish Advocate, Boston, president; vice presidents Leo Frisch, American Jewish World, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Albert Golomb. American Jewish Outlook, Pittsburgh, and Jules Miller, Jewish Exponent, Philadelphia. Milton Pinsky, of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle, Columbus, was chosen treasurer, and James Wisch of the Texas Jewish Post. Ft. 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Premier BenGurion reportedly told him that any discussion of the refugees must be part of preliminary ArabIsrael peace talks. Sen. Fulbright left for Paris after a 36 hour visit in Israel, during which he was impressed by Israel's achievements. Political sources in Tel Aviv indicated, however, that the visit apparently had not changed the Senator's public position about the Israel-Arab conllict. The Arkansas Democrat said in an interview that his tour had convince! him that the refugee problem was at the root of Arab-Israel hostility. He said that with an advance commitment from Israel of cooperation in a major resettlement program, -he felt the Arab countries could not object to an inMrs. Pearl Kutun will hold a luncheon and swim card party at her home, 14955 S. Biscayne River dr., on Tuesday. vestigation into the desires of the refugees themselves. Sen. 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T_ I I t Page 16-A NJEW'S* fhricMar Friday. May 27, It Takes A Few Kinds By MAX LERNER U.S. Germans Flay Playhouse 90 -. Lit y.r. but HMHMT. v.," %  *•of alleged ( road IT a >w %  „__ | -Knnl what hatmenr NEW minute television menting the 19*3 "It takes all kinds to make a world," the saying goes. Which generally implies that the manners, minds and conditions of men are infinitely varied, and that every man is a law and a mystery unto himself. Well, maybe. I was thinking about this the other day, and reYORK (JTA) A 90program docuuprising of the Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, broad'cast nationally over the CBS-TV 'network, has drawn hundreds of I protests from German Americans who object to "reawakening of old racial antagonisms," a spokesman i for CBS-TV said here this week. The program, however, "went on aired, "Min % %  %  %  .tary of horolc rabbi, ptay-4 by Laoghton, and depicted both th. trooody •"< h roi m ..!! the J*ws in tho Warsaw Ghorto who fooflht tha Naxis. k"^** that most of thorn wore m offec! committing auieido. For the last two weeks, it was as produced on tape." the network:, ascertained pr i 0 r to program time, spokesmanemphasized. iCBS-TV has been receiving letters show. "In the Presence of, from individuals, many of them The viewing in my mind the people I have met and known, and it occurred i Mine Enemies." was written by | identifying themselves as ****; one of television's outstanding |bers ^ the steuben Society. The playwrights. Rod Serling. It star-, atter is tne principal organization red some famous American actors, o{ Amer icans of German descei to me that of course we are always classifying people into a few kinds. We try to give some order thus to our world; otherwise we should go crazy with human multiplicity. The sociologists practice this method Of grouping people, things, and ideas, and they call it typology. Who has not, at a party, heard someone announce with authority that "really there are only three basic jokes?" I remember a talk with a producer in Hollywood, very successful at that time with transferring books to the screen, who told me that "there are really only a handful of basic themes in literature," and he named them: hunger, sex, conflict, money, power. M M %  THE POPULAR REPUTATION OF C. G. Jung, the psychologist, depended for a long time on his classifying people into two types — introverts and extroverts. And David Riesman is likely to go down in history for his "other-directed" and "inner-directed" types. Usually we type people by their national character, saying that the Frenchman is a certain type, the Englishman another, and on through the roster. But surely this is too surfaoy: the real types cut across national lines. Since every man may have a fling at the game, I want tn set down some of the types of people I have known. This will proha My not jibe with your own experience, in which case you may find it interesting to draw up a list of types of your own. You can, of course, classify people by color, creed, nationality. ability, wealth, size, shape, charm, beauty. But I have found that the most important question to ask about any man or woman is: what does he (or she) want' What is it that he pours his passion into? What does he want primarily from life? • Ml THERE ARE, FIRST THE carnals or sensuals. They want gratification. You have seen them in the restaurants, pouring down the liquor, packing away the food. Their whole being is summed up in one huge mouth, and they could sit for one of those medieval paintings depicting the sin of gluttony. They consume dress and adornment as they consume food. They like the touch and feel of good things. What they want is to live the life of the senses — sexually and materially. They are materialists in the sense that they live not only among things, but by things, not to collect them but to use them. Second, there are the eggheads, or rationals, who live by the mind and among minds. They are the askers and queriers. who want to know the why of things and how they hang together, and who build and explore knowledge-systems. They may be scientists, mathematicians, humanists, philosophers; they may be educated or self-taught — often in my travels I have met eggheads by intrinsic bent who have never formally been to school. But always their passion is knowledge and truth. My third type is the aesthetes — the feelers, dreamers, expressers. They, too, live the life of the senses, but in a quite different way from the carnals or sensuals: they use the senses not to consume things or live by them, but to perceive, experience, feel, appraise everything around them, and to express the impact of the universe on the senses. They are the artists of each generation, and I rather like what Otto Rank means when he says that every human being has the potential of the artist within him. But so many of us never pierce the layers that hide it from us. • IF THE PASSION OF THE CARNALS is for gratification, and of the eggheads for knowing, and of the aesthetes for beauty and feeling, then the passion of my fourth type—the practicals— is for getting things done. Where the eggheads want to know the why of things, the practicals want to know the how of things. They are the men of action of our time, the decision-makers, constructors, achievers. Often they will tell you why your dream is too dreamy, but sometimes they will find a (practical) way of making it come true. They are the technicians of our world, and unless I miss my guess they will inherit the earth. Or maybe the fifth type will—the fanatics. They are the true believers, the belongers. the fighters, the haters, the mighty hunters before the Lord. Their passion is a single-minded belief. Sometimes they become saints and ascetics and martyrs, and more often they are grand or petty inquisitors, sitting in judgment on the rest of us false believers and unbelievers. The sixth type is the accumulators, whose passion is to pile up things until they have a mound of them—money, property, power—on which they can sit and feel big and important. • THESE ARE MY SIX TYPES of men and women. Obviously each of us has a bit of each type in him, for each human being is a mishmash of many strains of tendency. But in each of us also there is one strain that pushes the rest aside and grows from whatever it can feed on. It is a delightful, and sometimes a frightening, thing to watch this growth in children. 1 should perhaps add a seventh type—the lovers. There are some people who don't want any of the things I have mentioned—ownership, belief, achievement, beauty, knowledge, gratification. They only want to love, and whit they have to offer is love. Sometimes, alas, they remain themselves unloved. But they may take consolation from Sandburg's lines: The lovers are not the losers In the tombs, in the cool tombs. (Thi la a Copyright Column) including Charles Laughton. Arthur Kennedy. Susan Kohner and Oscar Homulka. "Mine Knom-" has boon a source of contention for upward of 18 months. Sorling arigjnally wrote tha program for producn this country. Many of the letters protested against a program which deals with "alleged Nazi atrocities." Many others, according Serling, included "outright Semetic tirades." "The. letters." said Serling, to anti German atroij ere any dot*! about what happened in the mM saw Ghetto." The network sp man said that, prior to the of the letters, Serling had bt^l asked to change the word "Gel man" in the script to the M "Nazi." "We did so," the network spob> I man said, "on the valid theory uat I not all Germans were Nazis, M | as not all Frenchmen were coDtyl orators or all Norwegians w r( | quislings." New Israel Sub in Transit Continued from Page 1-A Lt. Ivan Dror, the torpedo offi cer. is a 32-year-old resident of Tel officers list from eight to 12 years j Aviv, was born in Rumania and of instruction. Other British naval wn0 has served in the Israel Deofficers also commented on the | f ense Forces for ten years. 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: i i K.JQCIM.IIE the w % %  :'.*; oman s n Monday and Wednesday,, dinner and bridge Wed{ev'ening, and her hospital volunteer day at ML Sinai on Thrown in for good measure, Edna's Thrift Shop book|for National Council of Jewish Women supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WillianMGeorgia) on Sunday evening Guests included Emery* and Cele' • derful day for young Michael Brown ... In the morning, Bar Mitzvah at Temple .Ner Tamid, with all out-of-town on hand: his New York maternal grandmother, Mrs. Julie who flew in with.his paternal great-grandmother and uncle, Mr. and Mr* Max Brenner, of Woodmere; his school days friends, Mr. and Mrs. Si Peltzman, of White mfi.Y., and their children, Nina and Richard ... In the H his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown, entertained at K> cocktail party at home Sister Judy helped receive "(Jewish Flori Micron Florida, Friday, May' 27, 1960 Section B Meeting to discuss their role at the June 9 dinner are members oi the Golda Meir "Honor Guard." Left to right are Mrs. Ann Padawer, Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag and Mrs. Sam F. Danels. The "Honor Guard," comprising some 50 leading Miami Mrs. Clara Lett, president of National Pioneer Women (second from right), presents charter to Miami Beach Business and Professional Club Eilath, latest group to affiliate with the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, at recent ceremonies here. Accepting the charter are Mrs. Florence Spero (Ielt), Mrs. Fred Sandier (second from left), membership chairman of the local Council, and Mrs. Eva Levenson (right). Ner Tamid Ladies Elect Officers %  t o and' Mrs. Louis (Cecelia) Levinson, 1906 SW 21st st., off Hope and Israel on May 26 They'll be gone two months H*s the Manischewitz distributor here ... %  D at the Deajiville hotel Sunday night: Richard and HerHrgman on their way to the Chicago Club dinner %  Uie Fontainebleau: Fred and Florence Gorchov—Florence %  about her Pekingese all by himself at home, Fred consol%  with a promise to stop at Fu Manchu's for a little treat K>up at the end of the evening She,Americana: Miss Sadie Carpenter, describing the lusitens and blues in her new apartment overlooking the bay, %  King to the hue of her nails "just to give you an idea of %  mean" Escort Gilbert Cohen insisting to one and all %  be doesn't really suffer from anemia ... |he Eden Roc: Bachelor brothers George and Gene Goldf [-suited, patent leather-shod, with two lovelies as their ss Marilyn Stelzer. 3031 SW 26th ter.. and Miss Rebecca _i Duranfco. Coral Gables, telling those Marilyn MonroeTaylor jokes in Yiddish. Mrs. Louis Cohen has been elected president of Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood." OtHer officers named at a recent meeting include Mesdames Murray Shaw, Henrietta Fine, Carlton Blake, Yvette Silberger, Ben Fabric, Seymour Horowitz, Dale Recent and Joseph Feldman, vice presidents. Secretaries are Mesdames Joseph Sussman, Ezra Rosenfeld, Irving Weingroff 'and Mitchell Reiner. Mrs. Adolph Greenbanm' is treasurer, and Mrs. Jack Shaw historian. Mrs. Fannie Sklar and Mrs. Louis Gold are trustees. Mrs. Eugene Labovitz and Mrs. Samuel Gomberg are honorary board members. Southwest Installation Mrs. Alex Marcus will succeed Mrs. AT Blen as president of Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood at installation ceremonies June 6 at the Center. In charge of reservations is Mrs. P. Shepper. Board members are Mesdames Alan Acker, Anna Bernstein, Jack Bernstein. Harry Brown. Dora Berger. Ester Carrey, Frank Conn, Fred Deutsch. Julia Donath, Irving Engel. Ben Falk, Ezra Fyiegold, Herman Frank, William Fishman, Sam Greenfield, John Gross. Jack Greenberg, David Glass, Joseph Gevirtz, Norman Holland, William Harris, Milton Hurwitz. Harry Kaplan, Louis Kosterich, Martin Kaufman, Jack Klinger, Harry Kaufoiann. Pauline Korenveas William Keats. Jennie Kramer. Wolf Kirshner, Mesdames Monia Leshin, James Langeh Esther Levitz, Ralph Lewis, Jessie Marcus, Bernard Lack, Bernard Lamont William Lipsitz, Lenard Paul, Dan Piver. Charles Raab, Max Raskin, Nat Stein, Joseph Steipberger, Louis Stallman, Charles S h o o s t e i n, Eugene Schwarz, Robert Silvers, Joseph Schwartz, Joseph Silverman, Mark Wallace, Sol Weiss, Jack Wolf, Joseph Sherbill Maurice Zaretsky, David Frankel, and Moses Wolf. and Israel Bond women, will join in the ceremonies at which Mrs. Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, is scheduled to present the "Decade City Award" to the Miami Jewish community "for extraordinary efforts on behalf of Israel Bonds." Women Rehearse Honor Guard Role Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, chairman of special events for the Women's Division. State of Israel Bonds, has issued an invitation to members of the "Honor Guard" for the Golda Meir dinner to take part in a special rehearsal. Members of the "Honor Guard" will rehearse their rolls in the special ceremonies which are to highlight the Golda Meir dinner on Thursday. June 9, at the Fontainebleau hotel. The special rehearsal will take place on Friday morning, June 3, in the Fontaine room of the Fontainebleau. Members of the "Honor Guard" are Mesdames Harry Alexander, Alvin C. Atlass, Meyer A. Baskin, Herbert Beilinson, Stuart Bernstein, Isadore Charnay, Louis Co%  hen, Sam F. Danels, David Drucker, Morton Fellman, Betty Feuer, Maurice G. Furman. Leo Gelvan, Martin Genet, Alfred Gerd, Henry Gilbert, Norman Gladsden. Bernard Goldberg, Charles Gottlieb. Samuel Graubart. Allen Greenberg. Abraham Grunhut, Gertrude Hamerschlap. Frank Hershcy. Murray Hcrlands, Larry Hoffman, Bernard D. Kaplan, Myron Kaplan, Daniel Kindler,. Robert Krinzman. Leon J. Kronish, Raphael Levi, Milton Lubarr, Bernard Mandler, Arthur Marks, Anna Brenner Meyers, Howard Miller, Irving E. Miller, Barnett Moskin, Morris Odessky, Anne Padawer. Leonard Pearl, Harry Pdatoff, Maurice Revitz.Yaakov G. Rosenberg. Arthur Rosinek, Samuel Sakrais, David Samuels, Mario Schram. Herbert S. Shapiro, Joseph Shapiro, Tobias Simon. Sam Simonhoff, Bernard Supworth, Harold Thurman. Jack Toppell. Alvin Wank, and Jerry Weintraub. Bowling League Has Dance Sky Lake Bowling League, comprising married couples from North Miami Beach, held its first annual awards dinner dance in the Calcutta room of the Diplomat Country Club. Hollywood, on Sunday evening. Mrs. Sam Mcrris and Seymour Gerber were co-chairmen.



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Page 2-B +Jc*ist> ihrkHar Friday, May 27 Commerce Group Installs Officers A) recent installation luncheon of the Albert Einstein group of Hadassah are back row (left to right) Mesdames Irving Denmark, parliamentarian; Sy Chadroff, executive vice president; Colemcn Rosenfield. membership sec letary; Gerald Taines. fond-raising vice president; Larry Kassman. membership vice president; Louis Kantor. financial secretary; Seymour Sherman, educational vice president; Henry Kurtzman. corresponding secretary; Sol Goldie. treasurer: and Merle Litman. record* ing secretary. Front row Geft to right) are Mrs. Norman Chasin. group president; Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. president of the Florida region; and Mrs. Sy Baron, program vice president. Installation was executed in candlelight Dade Parley Selects Officers bles. Murray Salomon Post and Aux, ili.ry. fcwfei War Veterans. wUJ been selected to serve as presihoW J 0 11 meeting Tuesday. 83Q dent of the Dade County Parley, p.m.. at American Lerisn Hall, an organisation of past presidents 3030 Alhamhra Circle. Coral Gaof the American Leg.on .Auxiliaries, which comprises 21 separate units ('•hers selected were Airs. Joseph Wink, vie*president: Mrs Ray Wsklfert, secretary. Mrs Edward C Morgan, treasurer: Mrs. Papr> Ccle w chaplain; and Mrs. Riis-. htstenan. Pr. |ect of the organization is -to women veterans. Some top are presently coniined at Coral CBar Pines, and St. Petersberg Mrs Kauffraan has been active in Leg on affairs for the past 38 years. Her husband holds the Dis tinguisbed Service Cress. Their seas. Jack and Robert, served in the United States Air Force. VMet Barker, founder of the Dade County Parley, installed the officers at ctremoaitj. here. \ir< Rculah Butler received the president's gavel from outgo president Mrs. Esther Maxwell taliation ceremonies' of the amber "fj "gir"' r J'f "I Surjjjjie. Harbor and Bay Harbor fsnds. Women's Division in cereStudents Will Mark Shavuoth Second graders of the Hebrew Academy will present a playlet ; in honor of Shavuoth on Tuesday &f n the Academy auditorium. The play was writ tan and directed by Mrs. Zahava Sukenik, econd grade Hebrew teacher, and Mrs. EJythe Sommer, second grade English teacher. The music is under the direction %  >f Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. music director. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, will introduce the program. Students participating in the program will be Robert Reinhard. Baylene Bogin. Linda Ehrenreich. Lenore Bienenfekl. Moshe Sukenik. Jacob Weiss. Karen Zucker, man. Shiral Rosenberg. Jeremy Luchins. Howard Seif. Abraham Galbut. Jeffrey Green. Rheaa Giv encr. Roberta Simon. Jacqueline Kellner. George Weiss. William Greenbtrg, Rebecca Babouri. Car oJ Feldman. Soryl Schreiber. Phyllis Hut stem. Larry Genet. Richard Zelkowiti. Howard Wittels. Michael Friedman. Sandy Behar. Anne w :ner. Jacob Weiner. Steven Gormen ani;Jidy-Rosenrcraig. monies Saturday evt-nioi' fn *S9* '"Stalled inrhd Mesdattet 1% Alimann!"* tive tlM-nrtcMw.1 / 1 ||t Ethel Winson. Frankwicl Block. Pauline BroHa and"*! Levinson. vice presidents Mesdames Mary (lordi*. > Carney. Claire Rosen and R, White, secretaries; Mavis Bin treasurer: Flbrer.ce Coop* m amentarian. Board of directors art. M dames Rhea Cashman Ml Esther Maxwell. Lill.an Co' Freda Levine. Wynn Valoj Madeline Bellar. Lida Cohetjfi ence Graham. Adele KafafV Levin. Edythe Michael. Rs e ,t man. Mildred Spencer. i t Srerher. Violet Struble. and Wolff. Coral Chapter Party Sunday Coral chapter cf the Amoi Medical Center at Denver will, its annual smorgasbord Sail 5 p.m.. at the home of Mr and 1 Al Gerstein, 526 Jeronimo dr.i al Gables. Proceeds are for the Col Eleanor Roosevelt Ir.-titute Cancer Research. Mr^ Jules 1 tea is chairman of the Soafl function. Coral chapter participates ji lay problems'If the cancer ill berculosis wards at Jackson morial Hospital. Beth Sholom to Confirm 48 Students At Special Services Tuesday Evening •p at ^ gxris and 15 boy? a tetai af caafMsaaads, -U Uke place at tfce asses! coafixav atasa services of Tasaple Beth She> lam oa Taescay eveemg at A* Tte:?:*. acesrdsac to Rabbi Leea, '• • -,• %  .Theme af the ceaCrmation serv mi L-rael —. Bndfe t7 *-'. J • -•. • l Mr u n bri< U*. aaacaur


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Friday. MarST. 1*0 +Jmist>fkr*teu7 Poc/e 3-B Mrs. Hannah Scher receives Memorial Certificate in memory of her late husband, Herbert Scher, at 40th annual breakfast meeting Sunday of Jewish Family and Children's Service in [the Algiers hotel. Mr. Scher, who died last June, was for 15 [years among the top officers of JFCS, including vice president, secretary, chairman of the budget committee, and chairj man of the agency's Vocational Service Department, for which [he received a citation from the President's National Employ "le Handicapped Committee. Making the presentation to i. Scher is Harold Tannen, who was toastmaster at the Sunday meeting. Beach Chapter Installs Officers Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women installed officers in recent ceremonies at the Algiers hotet: Mrs.Eva M. Blom assrrmed the office of president. Others installed included Mesdames Jack August, David Denner, Lenore Gerstenftehl and Irving Goldstatib, vice presidents. Mesdames Hannah Galewitz, treasurer; Lillian Cohen, financial secretary; Blanche Wolosh, recording secretary; Minnie "Solomon, corresponding"secretary: and Sol S. Goldstrom. honorary vice president of District. Mrs. Benjamin Rimer was installed to the office of honorary trustee. Mrs. Alfred Reich, vice presi-' dent-elect of B'nai B'rith Women, District 5, installed officers and board members. Arnold Ellison, field representative of B'nai B'rith, was guest speaker. Miss Buny Nesselroth, of the Greater Miami Opera Guild, offered a musical program. LES S. LAVIN INCESNEW IAMZATION FLAW -BS 8. LAVIN, have been editoriahked m r'i Digest, announces the of the famous Mm Hotel. at Palm Beach, 1. This is a truly luxurious 1 for retirement; the average fete being $86.50 per month per >n, double occupancy which eludes three meals a day. igle rooms are also available, aal dietary kitchen and dinroom available at $1.00 per ly extra charge. nations are now being aci for our new Garden fing. 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Five women crowned princesses for bring the next five highest donors were Mrs". Harvey Duke, Mrs. sal DeCaro, Mrs. Mike Altes, and Mrs. Bert Levy and Mrs. Gil Arem. Chairman of the luncheon was Mrs. Harry Hausman. Co-chairman was Mrs. Jerry Sonnenschein. %  ?, PP^^a -•. YjT r &• .^BSSsf i if 1 r w^ jig -*aws 1 %  *> : %  't %  \ 'Secret of Happiness' "The Secret of Happiness" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Friday, 6.46 p. m.. in the gardens of the Blackstone hotel. A question and answer period will follow the lecture, which is open to the public. Friday morning, 8:30 a.m., Dr. Wolfson will speak before the Athletic Club on 10th st. mMS. tVA BLUM Boat Ride Sunday Pioneer Women, Club 1, will hold a boat ride on Sunday at 5 p.m. The Seven Seas will leave from Pier 8. Chairman is Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Wolfie Cohen donated refreshments. Guest Artists At School Here Spencer-Xart School of Art, Inc., announces that prominent guest artists will assist in spring and summer workshops for adults and young people. The first of the visiting instructors is Eugnie Schein, who has shown in New, York and Florida. Miss Schein took her Master's degree in fine arts at Columbia University, and studied dance with Martha Graham. Special classes are held for chilRetirement Group Adds New Plans First Retirement Foundation announced this week it is adding three new special services to its plans for happier living for senior citizens. These include Golden Age Movie Clubs to allow oldsters to attend movies at half-price, development of 2,000 apartment villas in upstate Florida for lifetime lease at an anticipated $35 a month, and an "adopted grandmother" plan Usj private homes where grand; mothers are sorely needed as home-makers and aids to working mothers. v Foundation offices a r e is the Langford bldg., Miami. Officers are Donald M. 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Page 4-B +Je*is*rk>rldKaM Friday, May Jewish Flondian Exrlum-e fm M c ARRIAGE COUNSELOR %  bu *^m by ^'.miiic/ Of. t^Jilina MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIAGE COUNSELOR AND AUTHOR "Well, my favorite anthropologist, Dr. Margaret Mead, has sounded off again and, frankly, I'm getting rather fed up with her pontifical pronunciathentos. In her latest blast. Dr. Mead asserted that "most women today want to marry mediocre men They don't want their husbands to do anything important. They want their husbands to come home each night ... To be 1 more interested in their children than in their work." Now I have the highest respect for Dr. Mead's professional qualifications. When it comes to detailtag the love life of the natives of Samoa or Timbuctu. she is eminently fair, factual, and scientific. But when it comes to telling us what modern men or women think or how they behave she is way eff base. To get -down to cases, I simply don't believe that most women today want to marry mediocre men. The fact that many do is beside the point. The unpleasant truth is that most men and women are both dull and mediocre. They lack charm. They lack wit. And they lack imagination. A novel idea is as foreign to them as honesty is to the average politician. And about as paiaful. But this doesn't mean that the average woman, dull and mediocre as she is, would not be interested in marriage to a superior male. On the contrary. I stronftw suspect that she would. Unfortunately, she lacks the opportunity There are simply not enough superior males around. Importance of Status Nevertheless. I have the feeling that the average woman wants a man whom she can look up to and respect, whom she will admire for his superior intelligence and creative imagination, who by the very fact of marriage will enhance her own status and prestige. For we live in a world where status takes on increasing importance. The wife married to a successful physician can look down on her inferiors; so can the wife married to a brilliant lawyer or businessman. But the wife married to a poor clod-hopper enjoys no such, feeling of superiority. She can lord it over no one of any importance, and she spends her days and night plotting to improve her lot. She is aware that no one respects or admires her husband. More important she is often aware that she doesn't respect him herself. So I must take issue with the Right Hon. Margaret Mead when she says most women don't want their husbands to do anything important. They do. Week in and week out, I have heard wives complain that they simply can't get interested in what their husbands do because what they do lacks interest, glamor or excitement. These women want their men to do something significant, to make a splash in the world that will getlheir names talked about. Unbalanced Living For, again, what their husbands do reflects on their wives, enhances their prestige in the community, and gives them a feeling of importance and superiority that is soothing to their self-esteem. Nor am I persuaded that wives want their husbands to be more interested in the children than in their work. Though I have not taken a poll of what wives want—nor has Dr. Mead, for that matter—I strongly suspect that most wives would gladly settle for their husbands to be as Interested in their children as in their work. Unfortunately, altogether too many" husbands lead completely unbalanced lives. They are either too engrossed -in. their work or nt enough. They too engrossed in. their work or not enough. -They •nothing in excess." In this lies the real tragedy. Mr. (ft* is m nll mh h for (Wrote assrrloft ceewsefwf •f fa* NwttaftM aasdkof We*., fa ,'..,' Proud recipient of the annual county-wide Conununit Trophy, offered by the Greater Miami Jewish Commu ter to the teen-age club performing the most communi: during the year, is Joyce Buchwald (second from le ident of the Omega Delta Psi Girls' Club, which won t'r by producing an average of 76 hours of communi' work per member during the past year. Shown a: right) Leslie Lipp. Miss Buchwald, Walter Feltman. of the Miami YMHA Branch, who made the piesentc David Eslcenazi. Miami Branch director. Servioj servici '). pies i award I 3ervio)J s left ml ^sidentl :a, andl fkst-Mhkters Slate Ptoy | president, and Norman Hoi director. In the lead ro.-s of "Night of January 16" is the first group's first production are production scheduled by the first-.old Schecter. Joe Kin,?, and Nighters, a theater group here Gordon. In charge* of i 'onmti comprised of professionals and is Harold Schecter at Bo: 35th i semi-pros. Mrs. Edward Marks is I Miami Beach. Confirmation at Emanu-EI Wednesday Temple Emanu-EI will hold its annuaj confirmation service on the first day of Shavuoth. Wednesday morning, at which time the following students of the Temple religious school, having completed ten years of their stipulated course of study, will be confirmed. Dale, daughter ot Mrs. Joseph Berman; Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. MornBertner; Ronald, son of Mr and Mrs. Murray Deblinger; Benjamin. >on of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Field; Margie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Irving Frankel; Phyllis, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Martin Goldwyn. Goldie. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Dataiel Handel; Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Grenwald: Jeffrey, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Kaplan; Harriet Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz; Katz; Iris Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klempner; Adnenne. daughter of Mrs. Selma Le ban; Bonnie Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morris; Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Muravchick; Eileen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Teitelbaum; Jonathan, son of Mr and Mrs. Harold Turk; David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Zablo; Judith. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack Zebitz. A -penal program has been prepared for the service in which students will participate. Class valedictorian is Jeffrey Kaplan. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. will charge the confirmands. Cantor Israel Reich will chant, assisted by the Temple FAMOUS %  % %  Ml %  let choir. Certificates and Bibles will be presented to confirmands by Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz. chairman of the board of education, assisted by Mrs. Milton Smith. Sisterhood president, and Rabbi Ber-j nard A. Mussman. director of ed-l ucation. Confirmation luncheon for the confirmands and their guests will take place immediately following; the service at the Fontainebleau hotel. Confirmation class instructor was Meyer Samberg. with confirmation preparation handled by Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Rubin Levin. Chairmen were Mrs. Joseph Berman and Al Zablo. Pf( ****** Eh Graduates Get Encyclopedias PTA of Temple Judea. as a part of the closing activities for the year, presented each of the 12 graduates of t h e Tfmple schooi with an English Hebrew Encyclopedia last Friday at a special service. Children of Temple Judea's Junior Choir will receive awards of recognition for their participation at all Sabbath and holiday services throughout the year at another religious service this Friday evening. Awards will be presented by Mrs. Bernard Yesner Choir. "Mother of the Year." 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Iday, May 27, 1960 %  "JenisMcridliajn Page 5 B lited Synagogue Sisterhoods Offer irkshops and Beet New Officers inference of Florida BranchAn afternoon plenary session infraining of the National Worneluded "Conference Briefing," by ^i^|ue u o^ the Lnited Synaje of America opened "here reily at the Eden Roc-hoter. Miss |lan Gcodman, chairman.of the (terence, greeted delegates. in Elected Academy rajidjgnt, My H^rcy, Levitt,lreaa jrer s report by Mrs. Nathan Bet %  kureps report by er, nominations committee report by chairman, Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz. Credentials chairman appointed was Mrs. Norman Lief, with resolutions by Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg. Mrs. Albert Fried, national speaker consultant, led a workshop on "Self Improvement for You Through. Your' Sisterhoods." A banquet honored Mrs. Sara Size Czech in tribute by the JewBy Special Report >STON — Abba Eban, Minister out Portfolio in the Israel Caband president of the Welz-1 ish Theological Seminary of AmerInstitute of Science, was ica. Mrs. Czech was pre-entcd ed as a Foreign Honorary; with an "Eternal Light Award" by kber cf the American Academy Dr. Irving tehrman of Temple rts and Sciences at the 180th. Emanu-EI, in the name of the ial meeting of the Academy in Seminary. Rabbi Mayer Abramo'lon, Mass., this week. I wilz, of the North Shore Jewish |e American Academy w a s. Center, delivered the benediction, led in 1780, four years after ,,_. _,,. „" American Declaration of Inde; S .! S, J erh od C1,nl0 *' a f' 1 pence, and its members include mcthod J presenting workshops Cists, humanists, artists, writ-1 wa \ COnd C,e „ d • b ? Mrs Ra J ph jnd some "men of affairs" who I ank n Co-chairman was Mrs. [deemed to exemplify the .caHarold *" !" ey.. £ic virtues U\ public and inter-! Program coordinator of the conMai life. ference of Conservative SisterMn is among 37 Foreign Memnoods was Mrs Ja <* Sherman, and elected to the Academy at its general arrangements chairman bnt meeting. w *s Mrs. Ruth Hirschfield. Mrs. new Foreign Members elect** Ho a was *n •* f* [Together with Eban include !" ,on „ at Temple *manu-EI. w'th Paul Sartre. Pablo Casals, Mr J*'" 01 ? Smlth fe^ent of Picasso, France; Sir Lewis s,stern d "er co-chairman. lir. Sir Charles Snow, Great Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of pin; Prof. Otto Ilahn. of GerBeth David Congregation, was and his partner in atomic guest speaker at a luncheon sesLise Meitner; Jan Tinsion. "Total Scope," session on of the Netherlands; and!outline of Sisterhoodactivities, scientists and literary fig-f was conducted by Mrs. Albert Alexander Nesmeyanov, of Fried. Evening entertainment in JSSR Academy. L. I. Sedov.ciud.ed Mrs. Herbert Tietzer. Moscow Academy and SerMpg Samue ,• u of HoU ins Ulnova. of the Bolahoi -^ insta le the following ne £. ly-elected officers of Florida fxi's candidacy was submitted; Branch. President, Mrs. Harry president of the Academy, Levift, of Temple Beth Sholem, 1 Hollywood; vice presidents. Mrs. George Beiger, Temple Israel, Daytona Beach: Mrs. Jack Sherman, Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood; and Mrs. William Dickson, Israelite Center, Miami. ^ # Recording secretary, Mrs. Bes Shapiro, Dade Heights Jewish Center; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Marvin Choos, MolIU Kahaner Sisterhood. Monticello Park; finan' cial secretary, Mrs". Albert Schwartz, North Shore Jewish Center; treasurer, Mrs. Nathan Becker, Tifereth Jacob-Congregation. jKirtley Mather, of Harvard id leaders of the Academy ril. 1959. when be gave a leckt the Academy's headquar| Boston on the interrelationtween scientific and social"] is. At recent session of Florida Branch-in-Training of the National Women's League, United Synagogue of America. Session honored Mrs. Sarah Sive Czech, Miami Beach philanthropist for her contributions to the Women's Residence Hall of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Albert Fried, national conference chairman, and Mrs. Czech. Standing (left to right)* are Mrs. Harry Levitt, Branch president and Miss Lillian Goodman, conference chairman and chairman of the branch Residence Hall campaign. ffETLEY %  WA TRADITION JEWISH IOMIS INCE 1837 s, there's Yom Tov spirit in hoe tea.. ."flavor crushed" fullest strength and stimui... richer taste and pleasre with your fleishigs and ilehigs and between meal resfcunent... SERVED IN A GLASS OR A CUP Beth El Ladies Sponsor Dinner "Parents Day" dinner w 111 he given by Beth El Sisterhood at the congregation's Dora August Memorial Hall, 500SW 17th ave., on Sunday, evening. Music and entertainment will feature Mai Balkin and his orchestra. Smorgasbord and cocktails will be served from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., with dinner following. "This promises to be one of the most beautiful and gala events of the year," Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president, announced Wednesday. T fuflaiA fiMs AMAAIMT Aaf '• %  ff *FF^^ wppWWWw Samuel Friedlartn, president of Temple Emanu-EI, anounces that Judge Irving Cypen has been appointed by the executive committee to serve aschairman oi the board of directors of the Temple for the year 1960-61. Judge Cypen is a former president of the Brotherhood of Temple Emanu-EI. and has been just installed for his seccond term as vice president of the congregation. • Judea Students Will Graduate Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader of Temple Judea. will officiate at the confirmation of one of the largest classes in the history of the Temple on Tuesday at7:30 p.m. A total of 30 boys and girls win receive certificates of confirmation indicating the completion of ten years of religious study. Confirmands will participate in a special cantata under the direction of Cantor Herman Gottlieb, with William H. Rahm at the organ. Benjamin Udoff. education director, of the religious school, will certify the class. Victor Reiter, president of the Temple, will present the certificates, and gifts from the Temple will be presented by Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, president of Sisterhood. Members of the clam ar* Ira. win of Mr. %ad Mi* Louts Alwelm: SHK.III, ilauKlili-r ill" I >r aiyl Mr.", George l'.llber; Kiithv. (laiinlu.i of Mi ami MI-H. M. A. Baxkln; Allr<\ daughter of Mr. unit Mrs. Samuel I'.lorh: Kramine. ciuuiflltei ,,f Mr. anil MrW llloom Hbirl*)-, ilaiiglilel of Mrs. Sol Ohen. Lynn. (lHiighler of Mi. and MIH. ih-n i-eiiMei Ellen, daughtac of Mrs. llalTTiali Kli-lm-linuin: Rosulyifc daimhler of Mr. and Mrs. Ben I-V..-Iinan; Kvslyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrw. <"harles Klnkelsteln. Mtml, duiiKhtwjof Mr. and Mrs. [,n* OoldmaO: Sim en. mm of Dr. and MriL rfforj flreen Leslie, son of Mr and Mrs. Sa| Halji.il: Kareii. cluushl.fr of Mr. and Mr. Sidney Hodor; fhlUp, KOII of Mr. and Mrs Ri|amlti Isaenberg: Burly, son of Mr and Mm. I'liarles Jamison: Mark, aun of Sir. k and Mrs. Leonard Kjiljsh. .loan, .dauKhter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurlco Hlmffer. A. Utlsar. jr.. son. of Mr. nnd Mrv. A Kdgiir Miller: Nancy. danul'Wr at Mr. and Mm. Martin Naah: Cydelto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry IMies; Karen, dtunthlvr of Mr. and Mrs. David Rinlin. Natalie, dauxhter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert llosen: Helalm daughter if Mr. and Mrs. Mslvin Sk'hwartz: s'andra Joan, danshter of Mr. and Ms. BcrnU. Serkin: l>nl. son of JUI1H and NUs 3m Sllvej; Andrea, daughter of Mrs Max Singer. 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Poge 6-B *JenisJhfkridi&r Friday. May 27, New Organization .*** t$fofio B Elects Friedson Because they are fortunate enough to have National Council of Jewish Women's first Presidents Institute on their "home ground," these division presidents, shown here with Mrs. Sidney Lewis (standing right). Greater Miami Section president, at their joint installation last week, were able to attend the Institute to which only Section presidents from the rest of the country were invited. The Institute was a\ the Deauville hotel May 22 through 26. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Barney Hodes. president, Indian Creek Division; Mrs. Harry Orleans, president, Bay Division; Mrs. Jack Chanin, president, Lincoln Division; Mrs. William Altman, president. Shores Division; Mrs. Harold Zeeman, president, Biscayne Division; Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, president. Sunset Division. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Irving Miller, president. Islands Division; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president. Greater Miami Section. Inaugural dinner of the Political Information Committee here Sunday honored Max Friedson at; the Polish American Hall. Friedson was elected president of the -newly-formed organization. "Recognizing the great need prevailing on our busy society today for the dissemination of unbiased factual political information in Dade county, we have joined together in an honest effort to present the vital facts about candidates seeking public/ office," Friedson explained. "Only an alert and informed public can help make possible true representation and a community based on the principles of American democracy." go A group of women from Fla„, chapter of B'nai BTith Jl hand May 21 at Hialeah H „I School to assist in the registr ',?* of the physically handlcaE?* employment. This was theT. 1 tempt by Dade county coord*. I for the physically handicap,*^ obtain registration at the kZ schools. Representing Flam chapter at registration were v, Samuel Rossnick. Mrs Mit TJ ; Cohen, Mrs. David Lerner M (Torn Scalise, arid Mrs. MJIS Wascowitz, chairman Beach Palsy Unit Installs Officers Miami Beach Women's unit of I ted Cerebral Palsy held a comsd annual spring luncheon and installation at noon on Wednesday at he San Souci hotel. Mrs. Irving Chait was chairman cl he event. Ticket chairman was 111 James Cohen. Ntallation ceremony was conducted by Harry Botwick, presi< t of the United Cerebral Palsy -A i. Installed for the coming year were president. Mrs. Donald £. smack; vice presidents. Mrs. AIBudlow, Mrs. Edward Guthreari. Mr. Irwin Schwartz and Mrs. Donald Taylor; financial secri ry, Mrs. Seymour Seldin; treasi-i--. Mrs. Gilbert Frank; recording secretary, Mrs. Donald Levenv n corresponding secretary. Mrs. Yetta Rosenkrantz; social secretary, Mrs. May Arno. >ewly elected board members arc Mesdames Harry Altman, Sam Berk, Ben Bloom, Irving Chait, Janes Cohen, Edith Coleman, Roben Gale. Ida Goldman. William Levin Adele Miller, Joseph Richman. 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Demonstrations of cinematography will in%  elude such films as "Prelude toj War." "March on the Movies," 'The River," and "The Face of Lincoln." Gene Fleischer, head of the film section of UM's Department of Radio-TV-Film, will teach the essentials of theatrical and educa-' tional film production and the use of technical equipment. Summer Membership Coffee Coral Gabies chapter of Hop, School for Retarded Children will hold a summer membership cof. fee Tuesday noon at the Biscayne Terrace hotel, "i960 Fabutou, Fashions for Summer" j s ^ theme of the function, which begins the chapter's second yeard activities. Mrs. Edward Soml*., and Mrs. J. A. Jason are in chare! of reservations. Mrs. Belle Be man, executive secretary 0 f u* Florida Fashion Council, will fe commentator. 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k Friday, May J.7, I960 *Je*isHk>rldriajn Pag# 7-1 ctrvninglu THE topic of perfumes is always B popular among our fair sex. Your perfume, like your clothes and other accessories, is but an extension of your personality. If you are the trim, tailored type a heavy exotic perfume such s Tabu certainly is not in keeping with your personality. However, an occasional change, such as a minor shock treatment, is sometimes recommended — perhaps a very decollete dress in an extremely sophisticated style and in a color that you do not usually wear, with the corresponding makeup and coiffure. On the other hand, if you usually are the high fashion sophisticate, try a soft feminine dress, something on the demure side, I along with toned-down makeup, a* more casual coiffure and some I light floral perfume. J As you know, yoor perfume is the heaviest concentrate of the' scent, with the toilet water and cologne being less expensive but of necessity used more lavishly. Your perfume should be applied after your bath, and after your makeup is on, and your foundation garments and, dress all put on after your perfume. The pulse spots are where you apply your perfume, as ^ell as behind the ears, under the arm, inside the elbow, inside the wrist, and In back of the knees. Remember that hair holds odors quite well, so put a little just above your-temples and around .' %  : 1 — the hair line in back of the neck. Models also apply the perfume with a piece of cotton and then tuck the cotton into their bra. In this way, it acts as a sachet and the odor lasts hours longer. m nEMEMBER to carry a %  purse-size flagon of the small purse-size flagon of the same perfume-fou are wearing. Jeweled bottles or plastic containers are available along with miniature-size funnels. Experiment with different perfumes, since each blend of oils smells a little different on individual people. Just because your friend used My Sin, it doesn't necessarily mean it will suit you. You will need different perfumes for the different times of the day or evening^ and for different types of clothes. s You also might try experimenting, with bath oils. Many women use them as a perfume, amt"th*1 scent seems to last hours longer. With summer approaching, try changing along with the climate to a perfume and personality change. You'll be amazed by what a simple bit of perfume can do for you. • • • QUR fashion show calerfdar w finds us at the Fontainebleau this Friday. We are presenting a luncheon showing for the RCATV convention. It Will be entitled "Fontainebleau Fantasy." Swim suits and sports Wear will be shown' from Kurlaifders, of Lincoln rd., and daytime dress and evening Wear will be from the Ruth Bayless shop on Lincoln rd. Children's fashions are from the Sylvia Whyte shop. Jewelry and accessories are from David's Fifth Avenue, and the coiffures are by J. Baldi. Your columnist will coordinate an! commentate the show. Gale Elected Vice President Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, was elected a vice president of the National Assn. oi Jewish Center Workers at the close ( o f the organization's 42nd annual I convention in Atlantic City, N.J. NAJCW is the professional association ot more than 1,600 social workers employed in Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHA'a. PTA Installs Mrs. Frankel M*S. m FftANKK Mrs. Sol Frankel was installed president of the PTA of North Shore Jewish Center at recent ceremonies in the Deauville hotel. Others installed were Mesdames Sam Pearlman, Benjamin L. Steinberg, William Gottlieb, Emanuel Ginsburg, Paul Wilson and Joseph Small, vice presidents; Charles Levine, Isadora Blofstein, Louis Braverman and Marshall Kratzer, secretaries; and Rubin Zerlin, treasurer. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader, installed the officers. The program, which also featured an "Honor Your Teacher Night," was chaired by Mrs. Joseph Small. Montgomery Clift and Lee Remick, romantic two-some of Elicj Kazan's powerful presentation of "Wild River," powerful story of the beginnings of the Tennessee Valley project, in color, now at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. PUBLIC RELATIONS AND FUND RAISING EXECUTIVE w.rt, ,ol.d background of prof.,„on.l .Kp.,i,. i„ community 0r9.ni1.ti0.. and campaign manag.m.nl for nationally known educational, ,.li-io„,. am | w.lf.r. mrtiMMM ^.fc, chalking mn J hi B Kl r ra.pon.ibU poaition .. ox**. t.v. d.ractor for worthy Jowi, ... W.ll .oucatad. articul.t. ,pok..m.n. "'"' %  bu "" *"I*H. WiH trav.l. Writ. P.I., Sox 7073, Mi mj orida THE FAMILY OF THE LATE MARG1RET M/UEK WISHES TO THANK HER MANY FRIENOS-'FOR j THEIR KIND EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. Cooper man Mr. Joseph W. Malek Miss Lillian Malek yourself a aciaiift So Easy mi Relaxing Regains • Main taint Ytulbfisl ConltHf Call MontieeNo Elects Wolk President Harold Wolk has been elected president of Monticello Park Congregation. Other officers elected recently include Jack Diamond, Murray Greene, George Goodman, and Sid Weiner, vice presidents; Ray Bookman, financial secretary; Mrs. Regene Choos, recording secretary; Ewald Ziffer,.treasurer; and Mrs. Jennie Golden, corresponding secretary. Trustees are Sam Dorfman, Nathan Ostrov. Sid Krassner, Dr. Samuel Leb, Mrs. Freda Levine. Max Mickelson, Ernest Janko, Channon Band, Morris Segall, and Gabriel Shantzis. GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Tour MEMORIAL CONSULTANTS "Serving the Jewish Community Exclusively" STUDIO oat) OfFKI W4 S.W. tth Jtreot Ml 4-11 SI T H 7i • TEACHERS AFFILIATE OF THURMOND MONUMENT CO. QUAIIFIED, JEWISH KINDERGARTEN IN NORTHWEST. CALL FOR APPT Wl 7-7975 PL 4-5203 I0ME DEMONSTRATION, NO OBLIGATION 1 M| H| MBWVM %  '•' %  Mi' vifi | Mi MM MHHI m*MMH|pMi WMwWMnWM&tKRMnWtmWKHUII %  I %  I LYRIC BARITONE Available for all social occaiiom BAR MITZVAHS WEDOINOS OR OTHER SOCIAL EVENTS Bill Kotok HI 5-2285 — CORAL GABLES COHVALESCEHT HOME DAY CARE AVAILABLE "A Friendly and Gentle Aimojphere For Those Ton L01*" • 34 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS ORSERVED • AU ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE RATHROOMS • AM CONDITIONED • SWIMMING FOOL • SPACIOUS GROUNDS I SCREENED RATIO Fardinand H. Roaonthal, Dir.ctar-Owner 1 ARM I Mr Mt. final Hoap.. Cleveland A 1111 Jewish (formfwr Aged. rittHl'urnh 70*0 S.W. 0th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA • %  %  m We with to thank all the friends of IRENE GREEN for their kind feelings of sympathy and gifts to charities in her name. Oscor ono' Robert Green A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP OAT WORKERS Ph. FR 9*401 Li/nt. Jjornstein wishes to thank his many friends for the nice cards and flowers sent to him in Washington,d\jring his recent illness. Particularly, many thanks to the members of TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, the ISRAEL BOND OFFICE, $£ and the WASHINGTON CLUB. J Sincerely, (AJnt. Jjornstein Y



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Page 8-B *Jeisii Florldlian Friday, May 27. I960 JFCS Charges Federation With Attempted Denial Of Agency's 'Autonomy' A broadside charge .that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is attempting "to deny thi* agency its autonomy" and "to intervene in this Board's duty to conduct its own affairs," was voiced here Sunday by Dr. Melvin Becker, outgoing president of the Jewish Family and Children's Service, at the agency's 40th annual breakfast meeting at the Algiers hotel. Dr. B&ker also suggested the nerd for a Federation self-study. .), t failures of the Greater Miami as a result of what he called "the .Jewish Federation, in fund-raising, failuros" of the community's over(planning, financial status, leaderall fund-raising and planning or-. sn jp, inter-agency relations, presganization.* !li ge> understanding of need, level The breakfast celebrated the j 0 f operational suppart." JFCS anniversary as one of Dane Re erring agajn l0 the JFCS ^j. county's oldest welfare agencies. study in the '50s, Dr. Becker asIn hi* annual report. Dr. Becker serted .., us >s however were pointed to JFCS development since prepared for fu „ objective, critical its establishment in 1320. with emexamination, these reports should phasis on changes that pushed the ^ he precurs0P8 for sucn study agency forward at decade inter vals. "It took nearly all of that first decade," Dr. Backer declared, "befoge • evolved to the place where we employed somebody." The year 1930, he indicated, marked the agency's incorporation, "and the same year we beeeme a charter member of the new Council of Social Agencies, new I snown as the Welfare Planning Council." There have been many surveys. One more, to assure a common level of understanding, might be indicated.V The JFCS president suggested that "we would hope that the outcome of an intensive objective study of Jewish community organization would include a reaffirmation oi individual agency autonomy." It was then that Dr. Becker charged the Greater Miami JewDr. Becker said that the 30s jsh Feder ation with "an attempt saw the change-over from a paid, 0 deny this agency its auton staff to qualified professional so-; omy to intervene in this Boards ciai workers, as well as the agendu y (0 po,,^, its own affairs." cyji interest in the establishment; Poin ,i ng 0 a declaration bv the ol ,the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1 Fami | y Service Assn. of America eratmn. I southern regional conference last The war years, and the next m onth Dr Becker quoted the decade, during which the organizadec]aration as asserting that "If tion changed its name-and view-! family age ncies are going to impoint — to Jewish Social Service j prove and grow and meet the new Bureau, were marked by emphachallenges of expanding commlin sis on the New Americans proities board autonomy must be regram gained." "Again, the end of the decade 1 brought a change of potential sigSaid the Jewish Family and nificance, and one in which the j Children's Service president: "In central planning and financing orour case, it needs to be preserved," ganizations were involved," said adding the "the board of an agency should be responsible and able to manage that organization. It can relate to another organization. To this study, the JFCS prosi ( can give attention to the views ident attributed "some direc| 0 f another organization. It can tions and pi*ns for the years to i g j V e respect to another organizafollow." He also pointed to the 1 tion But a board is irresponagency's accreditation by the s jh| e if it gives over its decision Family Service Assn. of Amermaking commitment—if it passes lea. Child Welfare League of ( h e buck of responsibility to some America, and JFCS participation ,other group." during the '50s in th Survey gf I Family and Child Care Services Concluded the report: the Dr. Becker. "This was the self study of our agency." Dr. Melvin Becker Cleft), outgoing president of Jewish Family and Children's Service, receives plague citing him for his two years in office at the 40th annual meeting of JFCS Sunday morning in the Algiers hotel. Making the presentation is Harold Tannen, toastmaster. %  It's Bryant Over Carlton for Governor; Other Races List Final Totals Here of the Welfare Planning Council here. health in our society is absolutely dependent upon the freedom of dissent, the opportunity for controLooking to the future. Dr. Beck-iversy, the existence of the marketer praised those "who clear away place of dispute, the expectation community deceptions." This was that there will be individuality and a reference to recent reports "of self-determination in organizational Farris Bryant, of Ocala, Tuesday defeated Sen. Doyle Carlton. jr., in the runoff for Governor of Florida. Bryant will be the Democratic party's nominee in the November elections. The decisive victory gave Bryant 491.217 votes to 406.630 for Carlton in 1.927 out of 1,971 precincts throughout the state (at Jewish Floridian press time). In other races. Sen. Tom Adams, of Orange Park, defeated Jess Yarborough. of Miami, virtually to assure himself the post of Secretary of State, he faces only nominal Republican opposition in November. Adams received 4)1.021 ballots to 296.070 for Yarborough. Only other statewide contest was for Commissioner of Agriculture. In this race, Doyle Conner bested W. R. Hancock with 413, 524 votes to 357,056. In Dade county Metro Commission races. Miami Springs Mayor James H. Allen upset M. R. "Moe" Harrison for the District 3 seat. The tally was 51,374 for Allen to 49.322 for Harrison. Jack Beck with won in District 1 with 63.234 to George DuBreuils 48.280. In District 2 it was Frank Prnitt. 61. ,496, to 39,408 for Johnson Davis. In the Circuit Court 1 race. Group 1, Francis J. Christie received 83,283 to defeat George S. Okelt, sr„ 51.793. Other judicial races uv j eluded: Juvenile Court — Bop J. Shep Ipard. 84. 081. over Dixie Uerlong Chastain, 87.758. Small Claims Court—Incumbent Sidney L. SenaII. 77,300. Morton L. Perry, 54.448. Justice of Peace. District 2 — Ralph B. Ferguson, jr., 9.389 to 7.891 for Carlos B. Fernandez. In the Constable, District 2 runoff, George F. Rogers defeated i Marvin Christmas with 8,228 to 7,375. Running a hard race for school board. Jack D Gordon defeated his opponent, former board member E. L. Allsworth, by a vote of 68,279 to 65,476.' Family Service Marks 40 Years Agency progress since its establishment in 1920 was highli^rfte-l at the 40fh annual breakfast meeting Sunday of Jewish. Family and Children's Service at the Algiers hotel. Harold Tannen was toastmaster of the meeting which featured a film-and sound presentation of JFCS programs in marriage coun seling, general family counseling, homemaker service, foster home care, and adoptions. Commentary was by Albert Coma nor. executive director of the agency. Dr. Melvin Becker, outgoing president of JFCS, gave the agency's annual report, and was presented with a plaque for his "two years of devoted service" In office. Mrs. Hannah Scher, widow of the late Mr. Herbert Scher, re ceived a citation from the agency in commemoration of Mr. Seller's contributions to JFCS in an executive capacity over a period of 15 years as vice president, secre tary, and chairman of several committees, as well as of its former Vocational Service Department. New members elected "to the board were Mrs. Earl C. Gluckman. Mrs. Charles Goldstein, Mrs. George Graham. James KaUman, Maurice Pavlow. Mrs. Aaron Reder. Frederick Scher, Mrs. Morris Silver, Caryl Stern, and Mrs. Harold linger. i A panel of discussants at the Sunday meeting Include d Dr. Walter M. White, jr., psychiatric consultant to JFCS; AMn Caesel, m embe rs hip chairman and ri m e r president; and Maxwell Fassler, assistant executive di Dr. White discussed "Casework as Therapy." Subject of Cassel's address was "The Meaning of Membership." and Fassler spoke on "Aspects of Professional Practice." Fire Executive in Talk Chief Charles Hurton, in charge of planning and research for the City of Miami Fire Department, will address the Luncheon Club of Shotem Lodge of B'nai B'rith at noon on Friday at the Pool and Cabana Club of the Robert Clay hotel. Eli Hurwitz and Alfred Kreisler are co-chairmen of the I weekly luncheon meetings. operation. The alternative, under the name of totality—whether it jbe Jewish or any other type of totality — is often totalitarianism in reality." Beth David Confirmation Set Beth David Congregation will hold its confirmation service on the first day of Shavuoth Wednesday morning. The class will take an active part in the service. Musical program is prepared under the direction of Cantor William W. Lipson. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will give the charge to the confirmaiuis Sidney M. Aronovitz. president of Beth David, and Mrs. Harold Reinhard. president of Sisterhood, will distribute the certificates and confirmation Bibles. Charles Z. Spingarn, president of the Men's Club, and Max Silver. chairman, board of education, will offer greetings. <'out iltn.i nils :l, 1: l.i .I.MIi da :uhter "i Mr mill MrMorton Betgel; j Melvin 8., MMI of Mr and Mr*. Paul Itlaek: Howard Kenneth, son l Ml and Mis .lark Holt. Olfpert Howard [eon of Mi atid Mr* (leorge Cohen: [Myra Buaan, daughter "f Mr and I Mis. Mel.r Cohens Barbara Frai I daughter of %V and Mra Ham r*jr;>. n Ki>t>in AII-ITI, daugbtei of Judge and Mrs A I Dubbin: victor Alan, eon %  •I Mr and Mrs Max rlidiinan Kenneth Harrle, HOU of .huh Mis Milton l-'rtedman: I i a n n •• daughter of Mr. anil Mra. Milton najruni Donna Francea, daughter of Mr. and Mrn. Irvinir Oenet: Sheldon Lawrence, eon of Mr, and Mra. Sam • ;i.M, -iii-iank Ann Joan, dnugbter of Mr. and Mm. Jack Greenhouse; Mai ba Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrx. H.n Jacob*; Lois Marsha, daughter of Mr and Mm Kernard KeJbsui. Diane Harriet, daughter of Mr. and Mis. .lack Kane: Monroe Devi*, non oi Mr and Mm David Kaplan Howard 1., son ot Mr. anil Mis Sheldon Ka> ; Stephen, son Of Mi. and Mra, Irwih l.ahhie. Linda Ka>e. daughter .f Mis Minna Levin Bonnie Kllrn, daughter of Mr. and Mra. .ios,|,ii Levlne; Marsha Harrleft. %  laughter of Mr. and Mis Bam Makateln: Hartejin Lynda, daughter of Mr. and Mm. Harry Marks: Arna Klleii. datixhtei of l>r and Mis Herman Meyei Beryl Ann, daughtei ol Mr. and MrBen Miller: Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Robert Ned bor: .loan llelene. daughtei ,,f Ml an


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Friday, May 27. 1960 +Jewis§>tk>ridlkin 9-B "Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian A corsage ..free for tha. asking, and wUI.be presented-* eacrw mother of a Bar or Bas Mijzvah if requested a month in advapce. .... E, iot ***** 11>" Fred Bernstein will officiate Bar Mitzvah of Elliot Fassy. son; at the Bas Mitzvah of Anne Hertz of Mr. and Airs. Jules M. Fassy, in Flakier Granada Jewish Comwill be celebrated Saturday mornmunity Center on Wednesday ing, May Sal the Israelite Cenmorning, June 1, the first day of ter, with -flabbi Morton Malavslfy Shavuoth. officiating Anne altends sev enth a(Je at Elliot attends seventh grade at, Kinloch Park Junior High. Her Nhenandoah Junior High and the mother is a teacher at the Fragm Hotel Features Van Smith Van Smith, pianist who led instrumental groups in top supper clubs in New York, Chicago. Las Vegas and Miami, has been set by the Diplomat hotel in Hollywood i with his own trio. He will share musical chores with T3iico ^nd his Latin combine. JOIL JONATHON DANIU Israelite Center religious school. Reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at the Fassy home, 2528 SW 21st st. Out-of-town guests will include his grandmother, Mrs. Clara Fassy, of New York, and Mrs. Elizabeth Grazi, an aunt, of Denver, Colo. • • • David Hariton Beth Emeth Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of David Jerome Hariton on Saturday morning, May 28. Rabbi David Hersoh will officiate. David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hariton, 12530 NW 20th ct. He attends Westview Junior High, and is a student at Beth Emeth religious school. • • Jeffrey S.chaefer RabW Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Schaefer on Saturday morning. May 28, at North Shore Jewish Center. Jeffsey is the-.son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Maxston Scha"eier,"T4$SGary ave." Hfe is a student in the religious sehool of the Center, and attends Nautilus Junior High. ler Granada Sunday school. • %  • • Joyce* Wagner Temple Beth Sholom will be the site of the Bas Mitzvah of Joyce Lynn Wagner on Saturday morning, May 28, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Joyce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagner, 1265 N. Biscayne Point rd. She is a student in the^ Beth Sholom confirmation class of 5722. Her father is president of the Temple's Brotherhood. • • Donald Laiken Temple Zion will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Donald Laiken during Saturday morning services. May 28. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Donald is the son of Mr. and ANNt DAVID iimti mcnm[ a Mr sUe e nt na a r t d t he ih FernSe reLSi^ 1 ^" ^l r S ard Davis a nd low the •"* at !" n


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—— %  Pcrga 10-B >kii*rkrkMvn Friday,Hay 27. I960 Law Expert Dead, 62 LONDON — (JTA) — Sir Hirsch; authority on international law, Lauterpacht. one of the 15 judges died here last week of a heart atof the International Court of Jusj tack at the age of 62. ticc at The Hague and a leading I Born in the Ukraine, Sir Hirsch studied at various European universities before accepting appointments in international Jaw at the London School of Economics and subsequently at the University of Londan. In 1S4S, ha was rtamad an advisor fo tHa United Nation* Scr.tri.t an tha codification of international law. Sir Hirsch served on the British War Crimes Executive, the British prosecution group at the Nuremberg trials in 1945-46. He was appointed-a judgef-*nrInternational Court of Justice to 1954. %  Among his writings were: "The Function of Law in the Ibternation. al Community," and "International Law and Human Rights." He was editor of the British Yearbook of International Law from 1944 to 195a\ '—~— $ NOW! Nm AJAX GIVES MORE TOTAL CLONING POWER THAN OTHER LEADING CLEANSERS Bleaches instantly, deans deep, disinfects and pofcsaes so gently New Ajax has an instant chlorine bleach so effective, it actually removes many stubborn stains in seconds without rubbing. Active cleaning and polishing agents'cut right through grease and grime, clean deep, yet are so kind to porcelain. No other leading cleanser bleaches, cleans, disinfects and polishes so gently. Ajax gives you more total cleaning power. Try new Ajax! With DURATEX WASHES CLOTHES CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH I WHITER BRIGHTER, TOOI THAT'S A FAB WASHI New FAB alone contains miracle Duratex to get fabrics dean clear through—whiter, brighter, tool. 'Not just surface-clean, but really clean—with that wonderful fresh clean smell! That's a FAB wash! SHEVUOTH TIME AND ALL THE TIME Put these fine products of CobjatcPalmollve on your holiday shopping Kat.., everything you need for kitchen, laundrv, bathroom 1 ALL 4 KOSHER PARVE VEL POWDER to vry mild to hand* for moat and dairy washing up... VEL'S SUPER GREASE CUTTER works like magic on pots and pans as well as dishes! Kosher and Pane...both VEL Powder and Liquid contain an exclusive new Super Grease Cutter that soaks dishes sparkling clean in a jiffy. But it really shows off with pots, pans and casaeroles. Loosens everything so thoroughly, a swish or two gets rid of everything except the hardest, burned on food. VEL LIQUID so very mild to hand*



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' Fridoy**fay 27, I960 *JeHis*fkridriatn Page 11-B Rosenf e\d : "Poet Dies at Age 76 LECAL NOTICE i NOT.CE UNDER NEW-YORK UTA) Hersh &vSF'4'"*Rosenfeld, noted Yiddish poet, :,' I: H„ : ? """ Ml.^'I .herejas, behead t. the a*!. |5?' $? k'VtlK He was best known for his renZtorfX"??"!?, tiering into Yiddish of the Kalev'" u ll -'' • ala. the eDic nnpm Af irh.u %  Miami, Florida S^jr^^iXESS 11 ^ &* Rube,. Alan Kamen. Jerome Bass community graduation exerc^ses^ the HeSlS""q Kau £? an B Sea* deft to. right) are brew High School and the Jewish elerLentnrt £ ? S em ber ?,' Arlene Shu *> !" Dorothy school, of Greater Miami !" xer£?^ "^ 'Y*, H< ? drflu Susan &hwartz sponsored by the Bureau of jJSESX£ HSJ^ZS ,acob 80n J Stan ding (center) i, at Temp* Israel. Standing above Oa^SS" StSLfSSST" 11 ^^ "" ^^ are ?qck Rabin, S aniord Reinhard. Gayte Lib"tucauon. ala, tje epic poem of Finnish lit crature. In 1954, he was honored hy the Finnish government for his work, whieh was hailed a s a literary tour de force in the Yiddish language press. Mr. Rosenfeld spent many years in the translation into Yiddish of what he considered characteristic American writing. Funeral services were held Monday. National Histadrut President Due Here To Honor Warsaw Ghetto Heroic Fighter — 77 • %  MWCU ui a reception Saturday evening in the SeyiHe hotel. Spoe^orjtig the function is the Israel %  Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami. Dr. llrvSng Lehrman. spiritual leader! of I Temple Emanu-El. will P — -.-.L Ll L a %  pay tribute to Mrs Lubetkin. along PaCIt 7110(1 *Jll*l with Joseph Schlossberg. president Wj n<; Aia#-ir#l em Galilee, and bears some rem nants of the •Jfazi disaster period. There is no admission to the Saturday evening function in behalf of the memorial. of theJNs [ional Committee for Is rael njistdrut. Schlclssbtrg Is arriving here reciallf fi r the occasion, and introduce [Mrs. Lubetkin. "Mr*. Lubetkrn's stirring ad drfis Jwiii revive the memory of martyrdom as epitomized In the last days of the Warsaw Ghetto fighter*," Ehiel Lesowoi-r, president, declared hare. "Judaism's symbolic strerjth of survival is row being eulogized and perpetuated in i! national memorial snrin* undor construction in Kib bulx Lochamei Haojnattaot." Miami B*a*h HiRh School, senior Golf Fro Appointed Nick Bersan, an assistant to Dr. Cary Middhfcoff at the Diplomat Country Clufc, in Hollywood," has been officially named head professional at, the Diplomat starting June 1. Midcjlecoff, who has been the club pro since its opening in December. 1957, recently resigned i hnt post to devqte more time tb playing the professional circuit. SPECIAL Advanced Design Fercod W KRESKY OIL BURNING WALL FURNACE J 399 ings _. scholarship award. In the school's annual awards assembly. afc--i**ainiBeach Audi•brium. Miss Slavin was presented with a four year. S2.000 grant to '.he Uafttestty of Miami. The ISfrear-old honor' student ,)lans to become an English teachCT T ^ e ^ ch l ar ship award was •nade by. George W. Valentine. Chase Federal community rela" jons director, in behalf of the "hase Scholarship Foundation. He cited her 'academic and leadership achievements in school acivlties as, principal reasons for ler selection. In addition to ranking very high n the senior*)ass, Miss Slavin was ecording secretary of Allied Youth, a member of the Future Teachers of America, the Studen* Jouncil, and the Girls 1 Athletic Assn. V \ She is theJdaughtcr.of Mr. and ^frs. David Slavin, 7637 Harding ave. 0 l'he Chase Scholarship. Foiuidalon comrijiflee was composed of Irvin W. Ka'tz, prihclpifl ef Miami-] Beach High School; Dr. Irving /27. •; ::-IO-17 X %  y*.f.h ILL,AN "-EVINE Hmi l-w*n,-.. Miami; dSJaSr! a Kv.j Srocfc; ri\r br.ith.-ri v< Jjter; and tour fraad.hlWron '•<,,* | ;; n ;Mai A .,, rjS3, n rdSXLi NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I */ NOTICK s wnuBv amK that h.. ,i„,i,,si t „.,i. deatrliia to enaaa* in .-..i v .'^.'J?— Advertising at b.Ol N.w. :!7lh r OU i-t, lllaleah nor< hapaT. da ?land, to^rejlatar aaid nan .-"1 h 'tJ::\';!,,\!u r itr ".MAMKI. I'.KKKNWAI.I) MKNIIV M. W,,TS" !" W Atlorne) for Man*l <:r>^nwalU •••> %  • 1. 11. -..in Koad Miami 1:...,, %  Florida 5/27. .i,:;-19-l7 -n I BE ,'? N AWO WE.NSTOCK % %  • "' • -.1.1 W.M M,., dl,.,i viav is V.'.II u„r":" M xft" ?•>•".. x'-v "iK. and was a mntal owner H,". h. Mr \ !''. w "| Hurvivina %  hl-'ti,^ ,''::;,;';:;'" /"• *-<•>•; Oata% "'" '" v x ..SAMuilTvvilSBERG '. "i I.-.J Marseille dr., .li.-.i \\, y 1., w M a5a, JET *A*B4(r> St4VIW UCOL. rtj| n. e N IN H AMR 0 pr7 D TV r. JUDGE 'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE ... No. 47T76-B IN RE: F.STATI-; OF ANNA AIAHC. ll.l.K Keceaned. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKF APPL C J AT.ON FOR DISTR.BUT.SN V, AN .. F,NA DISCHARGE %  N.III. I-, IS hereby aiv<-n iiiat t have mod my -.,,,., feJE ,,„ '"....' tK.n ro, DUti-ibntlon "nS FiV'ai | ,. tn< ,!,. .lay of Jim. Mia Will am.lv ', i., r l "'" r u f "i' ajmroval of ^ ; %  "'•• <>f the above-named deThla -'ii'i da: % %  < May, .VV.MAX MAROOL.1H HKmv M u urai\ KM "" Win 111, i; I h In Road Miami Roach, pi, _"_ "V 17, 6 ::-ni-i7 C/osiftf fxercises Junoty Closing exercises of the religious school of the Congregation of j NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -V'T.K is HKRKVY aiVBN lha, (he underaian,d, deairina 1. ,,,-, %  I MKYT,"i'-^"' h ri %  name.". Fl, l,f, ,". • N '"'"' %  M "' n "•••"'' i-i.i.. mi, ml s t.. n -i-i.-i aa.1 I with tkatatr. -j KT^nS _--„ v. DaJe County, norlda Vlonticellp Park will be held SunBAMI-EI. R HTSSO? J I:SA,;K lay morning in the Sabal Palm & 0 ^%£?*£5" K Elementary School. Men's Club of] he congregation, under the leatler IN hip of Richard Sneider, has estab-1 IN -r S iJ S5.^ BV PUBLICATION IN THE CWCUIT COUlTr OF THE CL F. V nR N ,r;. J UD'C.AL C/RCLTIT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 00C 4S18 I'laintirr. Z H AZ*2I y ~ JUDGE'S COURT A N iL F OR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE shed special awards in general IN RE: i:,,,„ N f 4M rxcellence for the three outstand-: ,':.?,'„!.',',', I:AVI:I ng students in each class. Tha,--^ ^NOT'IC'E TO CREDITORS 17" M 7 !" !" nd All l'.rs..„Havns Clalma or 1 >..,,.•.,1,1. students in each class, wards, in the form of pins with a chained "60," will be distributed \v Abraham Schoor. chairman of he awards committee-. ~* fe w ,„ c jZT *-"""'". '- %  • 1 me me .• In th.ii officea In In* Jesse Spire^director, University award a scholarship to a MiamUi-wi'm, '''* J h. ,h "T'; ."''i 1 "'•' i: '''"" n,y %  t *A aB Z? tM *' ms *; Matl ^^'fi^fi High-Sc^ol senior. n^^^^J^r?!^^;;^ ? • Baker general manager of [Foundation was set up in honor of '""'".•.."I.."": -""• "' '• barred .J n 1 — • —..-|I-KII m&n -01-rruui -senior, ine ?T A -. Baker general manager of [Foundation was set up in honor of Beach Chamber of !the late Frank A. Chase, for whom ,7,-.%  '""•" %  A|aiaa< BaiM la V ," U '"-' '""'v BOtifiad and r.-.iulred1 11 niteaeni any flalm* .,,,,1 ,1 and nn h von may hay. aaalnal the •• at* ofJOWBWf BRA VET ,le.,s.d la 1.. ..r.liade County. Hmi.l:. ,,, t |, P ;"•"> %  JndKea of Hade County, and I file the aarae in their office* In lha nty (oiiiih.iuse liu liiiil.;.-..,miv ililar fh To. OMPUTUT INSTALLED WITH OUTSIDE STACK FREE %VF FHA-NO MONET DOWN Tha Kresky Automatic Wall Furnaco circulates door lovel warmth wall to wqll-room to room. Keepa the flow oi air and oil .in perlect balance. Usaa 15 parts air to ono part oil—no amoke, no soot. Exdusira quilled heating • element increases boat orid elimiv nates noise. *• TWraMttat "•"•Hi Co.lr.lj • S.OOO ITU Oat|M ing s I'AI't DRAVBT, Admlnlatratoi Amerce; and Parks"RuX"pub^ ^'S^^%^"^e7 ciZ %^U*" U 3 Vh """" isher of the Miami Beach ft.n* w the first director oTeducaUon '^l^ BK '' LKR lisher of the Miami Beach Sun. Established in October, 1959, the Foundation will a-nnually T ; i and research for the American Savings and Loan Institute. SIEGEL OIL CO. 710 f flvr Jwp. 1. Produtrfj OX 1-441 Attorney ."• %  rtl-.-l St., MJami Heath. Fl. f.'fn-27. •^:i:v .-AiitAN. I'efen.lant. 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-IT • n HTM • • |Scnlor Qtizens Urged to Take Rrm *Je wjisjti ]r londbiatiti s tand on Thelr Man y N eeds Toda y — .u Tak ng a g ant ^P ? W3y fFOm *>">wino the keynote i, Florida, Friday, May 27, I960 the era when the public was be-. —— ing asked to "do things for the Action C |poor old folks," over two hundred senior citizens joined in conference last week in Miami, and spoke out for themselves, with faith in their ability to act in their own behalf. Gathered together at the first annual senior citizens conference of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, delegates from I four branches heard the kevnote I speaker tell them that "everyone I; talks about the problems of the senior citizen — but what is the senior citizen doing about his own problems?" lowing the keynote session, the senior citizens themselves spelled out their own answers to this challenge in such fields as health, employment, social security, religion, family relationships, leisure time activities, public affairs, and housing. From these workshop discussions came such recommendations as: 'v x • All senior citizen clubs in the comunity should get together to further their common cause. • Senior citizens need increased social security benefits, opportunities for part-time employment, properly located low cost-housing 5rlf M .„: Sh ^ i ^!L^. nC t ^ a n **** %  "a Federal program for medical care. ager of the Social Security Administration, "The senior citizen is I still very much a part of the community and must take his proper • To achieve these goals, they need to become more interested place in community life, to act I l n P ublic affairs, to take leadership [ for his own interests and for the i and action on vital issues, and to good of the community at large." j exerc 'se their voting power. In seven different workshops ^ ""^ Want ,0 P reserve tn ^t independence as long as possible. • They need an increased program of group activities; in the Jewish Community Center, they | need to express their needs clearly and strongly through their clubs and councils. IB Official Here \er Weekend Sternberg. national director I Jewish Welfare Board, Arm>rvices. visited the Miami 1st weekend, it has been aned by Mrs. Louis Glasser, \ tan of the Armed Services i jhtee in Greater Miami. Glasser hosted a meeting I home, 3168 Prairie ave., on evening to formalize the omraitte*. and discuss recent |bn developments in South %  ntatives of local orgeniwhose national groups Affiliated with the Jewish fere Board were invited to a report by Sttrnberg on Iructure and relationship of krmed Services program to Jewish Community CanI local Federations, and the fans Administration faciliKaplan, a member of the Ir Miami Jewish Federation fve committee and board of Drs, who was recently electponal vice president of JWB, led greetings to Sternberg aif of the local community. Bsenting the Jewish military estead Air Force Base was r'avid Rinzler who has been Dental, with Tech. Sgt. SanL !" lv?l? n M nU J E1 .. P ^ yer8 rehears e the premier performance Tamf S?'^' ^ ap,ed u by T Xie U n from ** ^Pa rT M nl eft ?r nght ^ Leonard Glickman. Irvina fn ,h e p n ;^, rS ^W-toWd Charles Rosenblatt Afeo Z £ M u 6 Mr !" 1a ? e C hen Mrs Ernest field. Joe GreenrWv H % T <**??* %  **• Leon Glickman. Mrs. Henry Hillman, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Harris. Mrs. Theodore Hankoff Seyrnoux Kreisler. Mrs. William Kline. Mr. ana^Mrs HJK/TS ^ M a n eS Ro8enblatt Bmy Rosens^h TK k r ld Unger and Mn H "riet Vaisman 52 W ? Um r '? *?* %  Le nOTd Ghckma "The play is sS AuditoriJr 6 S n6W MiQmi *"* S*^ High School Group Reelects Sarokin President The Washington Avenue South Shore Assn. has reelected president Marcus O. Sarokin to serve for the coming year. Sarokin is a vice president of Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Elected as vice presidents are Nathan S. Gumenick, Hal Pelton, Joseph M. Rose, Ben E. Bronston, and Jack Stein. Secretary is Hyman Galbut, Treasurer is Anthony Vroon, and executive director is Ray Redman. All new officers and the board of governors will be installed by Circuit Judge Irving Cypen at the organization's 21st anniversary installation banquet, Sunday, May ford J. Cohen, in directing the special services for personnel and their families. 22, in the Can-Can room of the i Carillon. Chosen to the board of 'governors were: I David Bass, Max Boderman, Daniel M. Broad, Morris N. Broad William Burbridge, Leo A. Chaij kin, Charles S. Clements Jr., C. L, Devine, David Diamond. Raymond iFeiner, William Flamholtz, Adolph |Friedel, Jack D. Gordon, Norman Greene, Charles F. Hall, S. J. Halperin. George W. Hirsch, Samuel ; Hirsch. Carl T. Hoffman, H. A. James. jSajn Lachman, Morris Lerner, E. : Nash Mathews, James F. Mathews. William G. Mechanic, Mrs. Baron jde irsch Meyer, John E. Porte, D. Lee Powell, Leo Radoff, Claude A. Renshaw, Harry Schack, Jack Silverman, Frank Smathers Jr., Martin A. Smith. Milton Smith, | Daniel Taradash, Walter Waxman. ISigmund Weintraub and Louis j Zarch. Martin A. Smith acts as legal advistor to the association. :k for $500 is presented to, the Combined Jewish Appeal %  presentatives of the Beach Branch Golden Age FriendClub of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. uonies took place at the recent installation of club offiwhich Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Federation (center), was installing officer. Shown are Levin (left). Friendship Club president, and (right) Louis ion, treasurer, turning over the check which represents )utions of senior citizens to CJA. Miami Leaders Will Visit 'Exodus' Set Miami Israel Bond leaders will lake part in behind the scenes activities in the filming of "Exodus" in Israel during their two week special Israel Bond leadership tour. Heading the Miami delegation, which arrived at Lydda Airport on May 19, were Mr. and Mrs Max Weitz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katzman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rifkin and A. J. Molasky. One of the highlights of the tour will be a visit to the "Exodus" sets at the special invitation of producer Otto Preminger. During their stay in Israel they will meet with some of Isreel's top political, industrial and cultural leaders. On the schedule is a private luncheon with Dr. Joseph Burg, Minister of Social Welfare; a private meeting with Yitzhah Ben-Zvi, President of the State of Israel; a private meeting with Prime Minister David Ben Gurion and a meeting with Levi Eshkol, Minister of Finance. Their busy schedule will include tea with Gen. and Mrs. Moshe Dayan and dinner with Chief of Staff of Israel Defense Forces Gen. Haim Laskov. They will also visit important industrial developments which Iheir service on behalf of Israel Bonds has helped to build. Among these will be the Bedek Aircraft Industry at Lydda, the Isaacest Factory, and the 108-in. pipeline at Kfar Yon a. The group will leave Israel to return to the United States on June 1, • Older adults should return to active positions of leadership in the life of the synagogue, where they have much to offer. Serving as consultants for the workshop discussions were Dr. Samuel Gertman, chief of the Division of Gerontology, University of Miami medical school; Efraim H. Gale, GMJCC executive director; Haley Sofge, executive director, Miami Housing Authority; David Eskenazi, Miami YMHA branch director; Michael Sass, vocation counselor, Jewish Vocational Service; Arthur Kalish, executive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged; Rabbi Jonah E. CapIan, Temple Adath Yeshurun. The conference was greeted byIsidore B. Simkowitz, GMJCC president. A. Budd Cutler served as chairman, and Charles Plotkin as staff coordinator. Health Authority Speaker Here "Replacing Suffering with I Health" was the title of a talk by JDr. Herbert M. Shelton recently at Central Beach Elementary School. Dr. Shelton is a noted authority on natural living and director of a Health School in San Antonio. jTex. Mrs. A. Mindes. 8926 Carlyle ave., j was chairman. Committee included Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Vlock, Dr. Earl N. Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tamarkin. Dr. and Mrs. Augustus Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett, J. Waldman. Mrs. Goldie Press, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Berenson. JWY Awards Essay Winner North Shore Jewish War Veterans Post and Auxiliary 677 presented a U.S. Savings Bond for the best essay on Americanism. First prize went to Arlene Silver. 505 Fairway dr.. a student at Nautilus Junior High School. The bond was given by Mr. and Mrs. Issie Karp. Mrs. Arthur Lee, past president, and Mrs. Hyman ] Schwartz, Americanism chairman of the organization, made the presentation. Second prize and runner-up was Carol Hochberg, who received a Certificate of Merit. Podiatrists in Observance Southeast Florida Podiatry Assn. observed National Foot Health Week May 13 to 20. In cooperation with the Presidents physical fitness program, the local podiatrists undertook a foot examination of all Eastern Airlines employees at International Airport on Wednesday. Bidding Bon Voyage to A. J. Molasky (center), Miami financier and philanthropist, prior to his departure for Israel are Ami Brown (right), director of the Israel Investment Authority for the Southeastern United States, and Morris Sipser. director of the Israel Bond Organization in Greater Miami. Molasky. who is joining other Israel Bond leaders from Greater Miami, touring Israel from May 18 through June 1, expects to investigate possibilities for private investments in Israel while he is there. .i



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Page 2-C *Mni— Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. Associate Supreme Court Justice W.iliam O. Douglas. Thurgood Marshall, legal counsel of the NsPtonal AMacsttflt? for the^dvancemest" of ColorecTPeople. and the Rev. Dr. Remhold Niebuhr. profe>sor of Applied Christianity at Union Theological Seminary, have appealed to world leaders to give HriOH consideration to the situation of Soviet Jewry. In a statement issued here, the four signatories said: "At a time when the minds and hearts of men artbent toward serious efforts to enhance understanding among the nations and to advance peace in the *orld. we are moved, as a matttr of elementary conscience, to call attention to an injustice which seriously disturbs the international atmosphere and which requires humane redress. "We speak of the discriminate t |i li u t HN Jewish minority in tho Soviet Union — mo pottern of differential treatment to which Soviet Jews are subjected Swerdlin Elected Executive of Air Service Here as an ethnic-cultural and religious group Such discrimination stands in utter contradiction to the ideological background of the USSR, as well as to its constitutional and leaal framework. No less is it offensive to all men of good will and good conscience concerned with the rights of minorities everywhere," the statement emphasized. The four distinguished civil libertarians cite the fact that though the Jews are specifically recognized as a "nationality" in the Soviet Union, •they are the only group of this kind which since 1948 has been deprived by official policy of any of the attendant rights accorded to all other nationalities in the Soviet Union." These include schools, newspapers, publishing houses and theatres in the national language, and instruction in the cultural and historical traditions American Air Taxi has announ ced the election of Sanford M Swerdlin. Miami attorney, as exec utive vice president and genera! manager of the Miami Internationof the people. al A;rport-based charter service. The statement also notes that reAn Air Force Reservist. Swerd Bn *M selected by all parties to act ss receiver of the company a a.', in H Mockholden dispute. nation of the rend in recognition of Hit outstanding promotional work I* 1 :lin. he been requested by the board of d inue to operate ar.d manage the company." a • •man of the firm declared here. Swerdlin announced the disposal of certain aircraft as a part of the equipment improvement program. The aircraft re evaluation program will include examination of various types of a rcreft through the summer, and is expected to result in augmented and faster charter servile for South Florida and the offshore islands in the MH season. "The company is the only charter service at Miami International Airport ha\mg the unlimited authority to land at any port of entry ir the Bahamas and to pick up passengers v. ho cannot be accommodated by the major airlines fre.-r, the Near Islands, including I West End. Freeport and Bimini."' I betrdiin said. Al members of the National Air Tax: 1 onfertr.ee. the company ha> -ment for 1 rith every doi I -:ng it p r the air traveler to purchase his ticket at 1 e ano fi. places not serviced b\ the major carriers, thus avoiding inconven1 l and delay, and facilitating the vacation plan or the bu.-. timing before embarkin£ on a trip A World War II bomber pilot. Swerdlin has been selected as a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force Reserve. He heide the Distinguished Flying Cress, the Air Medal with clusters, end ore-Pearl Harbor and theatre ribbons, which include five combat stars in Europ e where he s erved two years of com bat duty with the Eighth Air Force. commercial pilot and participates in the company's flying activities, as well as acts as the company's delegate to the National Air Taxi Conference. Rounding out 20 years as a comsnissioned reserve officer in May, his present assignment is as assistant staff judge advocate at Head •uarters. Military Air Transport Service. Scott Air Force Base, 111., Swerdlin. a resident of Coral Gables, will continue to maintain his private practice of law in Miami. Iigious Jews are hampered in the practice of their religion by the closing of -ynagoeues and tne •# %  .1 ban on the Hebrew language. And unl.ke the Russian Orthodox. Baptists and Moslems. "Jews are prevented from having a nation wide federation of religious com munities. "This unhappy situation has been brought into sharp relief by the systematic and organized campaign of Soviet press incitement against Judaism as a religion and on individual Jews as antisocial elements," the four signers stressed. They concluded their statement with "an appeal of humanitarian concern" to the Soviet authorities calling for the following five steps: 1. Reinstatement of full cultural facilities for the Jewish minority: 2. permission for Jewish religious institutions to practice their rites freely and to establish formal con tact with each other: 3. permission for Soviet Jewish cultural and religious institutions to establish contact with their counterparts in the outside world: 4. permission for Soviet Jews to be reunited with their dispersed kin in Israel and throughout the world: and 5. to end the anti-Jewish press campaign. JWV Post 682 of North Miami Beach presents colors to the audience gathered recently ior the dedication of the new Uleta. Florida Post Office, latest addition to the family of the Miami Post Office under the direction oi Postmaster Eugene DurJap. yjWp From BRAHMS to BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on FM M 931 wo KM toe MC W A F rvjOUST BROS RYl £*r Brought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers From Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN AStOCl* Al Weiaa, chairman of the child welfare committee oi Knights of Pythias, Miami Beach Lodge 170, presents a check to Ma Jack Stone, of the Miami chapter. National Children's Cardiac Hospital, for an electro-static air filter tor the research department of the local hospital devoted exclusively to the diagnow and treatment of rheumatic heart disease in children. Lookinq on (left to right) ae Murray Bush, chancellor commander d the Lodqe. and Dr. lames Jablon. staff microbiologist. Tht S350 air filler, shown above the group, is designed to minima the danger of contamination in tissue culture study, an imp| tant phase of rheumatic fever research work. Only GUEST Flies to EUROPE Directly from Miami Visit Europe's Most interesting and Exciting Cities on GUEST Extra Cities Bonus Plan. Fly to TEL AVIV via GUEST "Route of the Sun" for Only $934.20 ECONOMY CLASS ROUND TRIP PLUS Guest Extra Cities Bonus. See as many as 20 Extra Cities at no additional cost. > Nfake. 301 It Sacs* St, Miami. Fit FREE! Pttwa as* *M HUtn yom Swaac-Fa* Msbs**. rn.mn.mm C% MytwrtspstsL. -Shw_



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Friday, May 27, I960 +Je*isti nnridfor -atinsky Named IPS President By Special Report [PHILADELPHIA — Sol Satinsky s elected to serve as president the Jewish Publication Society imeNea~4r*>ite 32nd aBMMri-menv rship meeting here last week. Satinsky fills the position made leant last November, when Ed Wolf. 2nd. who had been present since 1954. resigned to accept presidency of the Federation Jewish Agencies of Greater pladelphia. Justice Horace Stern, the past 48 years a vice presijit, served as interim president, r cion of a distinguished Jewish lily, Satinsky has been one of guiding lights of the Society many years. He served as lasurer from 1949 to 1953, and 1 a vice president from 1953 un[he assumed the presidency. Page SO tar Summer imp Registering Registration has begun for the |r School Summer Day Camp at |OWest ave., Miami Beach, with "unprecendented enrollment" (campers ages four through 151 r.N. according to Lear officials, j le camp will begin on June 27 run through Aug. 19. DesignJto afford youngsters "a healthy. DyabJe and educational sum-! the camp will again be un-| the direction of Richard Lear, leipal of the Lear School. Located on two and on* half res of privatt land bordering Biscayne Bay, the camp has own swimming pool, a cornfleet of boats, as well as a athletic field, all under the lance of qualified counselors instructors. addition to a full athletic prothe school and camp will t u r e activities designed to ss the social and educational rth of its campers." Lear said. imatics, social dancing, arts [crafts, as well as water-skiing, ig. boxing arfd archery, will have its place in the full ip program. Active participants in the Town of Surfside Silver Anniversary celebration are George W. Valentine, chairman, and Councilman and Mrs. Louis B. Hoberman (right) at a recent exhibitions of her oil paintings at the Surfside branch of the STQ j"? 1 Savrngscmd Loan Assn. Hoberman is president of the Surfside Music Soc tv r Surfside Music Society. >p Concert tkets on Sale (a son subscriptions and single id sales for the 10th annual MiBeach Pop Concerts by the rersity of Miami Summer Syinly Orchestra are now being aced. The series will be presentj n ten consecutive Sunday eveIs. from June 19 through Aug.: fat the air-conditioned Miami Ch Auditorium. >p concert goers last year ap-1 ^ed by an everwhelming 4-to-l! to reserve the balcony and the early and unnecessary for unreserved seats, ekets are on sale at the Miami feh Auditorium box office. Cor's Stationer's in Miami, AmiMusic Shop in Coral Gables, the University Symphony OfAn official proclamation setting aside four days for a celebration honoring the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Town of Surfside was presented here at Town Hall by Mayor Irving Schulman. Final day of the observance was climaxed by a dinner at the Americana hotel in honor the Town's founding fathers, earliest residents, and prominent civic leaders. Luncheon Card Party A luncheon card party was held at the China House. SOIL Bird rd„ on Tuesday noon. B'nai B'rith Women of West Miami were sponsors. Art Shows Help Mark Surf side's 25th Anniversary A special three-day showing of the works of some local artists was staged May 19 to 21 in the Town of Surfside during the oceanfront community's 25th anniversary celebration. An indoor exhibit of arts and ceramics was planned for the Surfside Beach House, Collins ave. and 93rd st., on Thursday. May 19. This was followed by a clothesline sidewalk showing of works by artists from Surfside and neighboring North Dade communities on Friday and Saturday, May 20 and 21, near the Surfside Chamber of Commerce. The exhibits were part of a.series of special community wide events planned by the Surfside Chamber of Commerce in conection with the four-day observance of the Town's founding a quarter of a century ago. Hillel Concert Closes Season B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami held the closing concert of the current season of the Hillel Sinfonietta at Hillel House recently. Robert Strassburg, music director of the Hillel Foundation, con' ducted. Strassberg chose a new work by Oden Partos, "Yiskor," to be played in memory of the men and women who gave their lives \ for the creation of the new State of Israel. "Yiskor" and W. G. Still's "Danzas de Panama," another selection, were played in Miami for the first time. Other compositions played included G. F. Handel's "Concerto Grosso No. 1 in G Major," Arensky's "Variations on a Theme by Tschaikowsky," and Mendelsohn's 'Symphony No. 11 for Strings." GREYHOUND RACING TONIGHT // Mi *PS^ ^.a. m DACT TIMC % % %  % w rU5l ll/Wfc Jfll* 8:00 Jtftf **=#* %  3 %  •! % • Paddock Room Restaurant • Air-Conditioned Club House • Cocktail loung* • Valet Parking LSjfiM-sn FLAG 37th AVENUE Tin Ndtioni fi/iwjbuni Sbiopfaa LER KENNEL CLUB and 7th STREET, Northwest • MIAMI



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Liberal and Reform cc*grea..ona will observe Shavuoth on Wednesday only. By DAVID SCHWARTZ JTA On Shavuoth we commemorate the great event of the Revelation on Sinai. There is an old Yiddish folk saying which seems to reflect a not-too-happy feeling about it. "You choose us; Ribbono Shel Olam (God) what did you want of us?" The Torah did not always bring us happiness. Yet this saying scarcely reflected the lasting feeling of the Jew. Even at the time of great suffering, the Jew also derived joy from his faith. The martyred Rabbi Akiba going to his death thanked God that he had been privileged to give his very life for the Torah. Anyway, on Shavuoth we can always enjoy eating blintzes. The Toreh is likened to milk and honey, so Jews on Shavuoth eat dairy foods and particularly blintzes. To the good Jew, the Torah tasted like blintzes. Recently, I have been hearing on the radio in New York the commercial of a firm which is marketing blintzes. "Blintzes are as American as apple pie" says this commercial. Let me say that I exult in my Americanism. I have stood with bowed head at Plymouth Rock. I have tipped my hat to Liberty's goodness in the harbor of New York. My heart has expanded viewing the grandeur of nature at the Grand Canyon. I thrill with the paeans to the American pioneers in the rhythms of Walt Whitman, but 1 must say, blintzes are not American. Many good things are American. The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States. Baseball is American and Coca-Cola, but no. blintzes are not as American as apple pie. I am sure that George Washington ate apple pie. but he did not eat blintzes. There is a bit of a sad look about Washington. The blintzes eater does not have Thomas Jefferson must have eaten plenty of apple pies. And more likely than Washington, you might expect him to have eaten blintzes for Jefferson was something of a connoisseur of food and cooking. His opponents in his race for the Presidency charged that Jefferson was too fond of foreign dishes. Jefferson himself wrote that when he was in France, he used to like to go out among the plain people and see how they lived and he tells us, he even liked to look into their pots and see what was cooking. Jefferson would no doubt have A. C. ALLYN & CO. MEMBERS OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE (ASSOCIATE) MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE INVESTMENT SECURITIES Chicago New York Boston Miami Beach Federal Bldg. IINCCHN RO. AT WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach 39, Fla. JEfferson 8-4731 GREETINGS 70 All Aeree Kepff DESK EXCHANGE Pheee HI 4-4024 New eed Used Of/ice Feramrre 2742 N.W. 35th STREET SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" • ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS • DOWNTOWN • NOMILIKI 252 N.W. Socond Stroot PI 441*1 been receptive to blintiet, but none came his way. If he had eaten them, no doubt h would have commented about their optional taste. He was not tt* type to overlook anything euctp. tienal. He especially liked muii e and what could put one in a more musical frame of mind than < dish of blintzes? I should like to agree with the radio commercial and say that blintzes are as American as apple pie. but I cannot tell a lie. However, I am all for the success of the company which is trying to spread blintzes. They are very simple to mike. The Universal Jewish Kncycls. pedia gives the recipe. A thin pancake of fine batter i s fried. Into moderate sized puces of thin dough, cheese mixed with eggs is wrapped. They a re spread with cinnamon and sugar or sour cream." The eating of blintzes. I believe, can do more to promote brotherhood than a train load of lectures. It may well be that scientists will some day discover that anti-Semitism is really a nutritional disease. How can a blintze eater hate anyone? In a move designed to take fullest advantage of its potentialites, the Diplomat Country Club in Hollywood recently changed managers. Shown above (right) is Carl Barbalat the new manager, being congratulated by Al Jacobs, who with his brother, Walter, guides executive operations for the overall Diplomat Hotel and country club. _. Coleman Warns Against Snare of 'Zionist Politics' NOW AT 901 N.E. 125th Street Sincere Good Wishes for The Holiday DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER DENVER (JTA) Clarence L. Coleman, president of the antiZionist American Council for Judaism, asserted here that American Jews were becoming "increasingly conscious" that they and their institutions 'have been skillfully engulfed by the Zionist political machine." He told a session of the Council's 16th annual conference that American Jews, not having questioned the means by which their help to fellow-Jews was handled, supported a structure of "philanthropy and public action" the full implications of which were "for %  the first time becoming visible." (This was a reference to standing | charges by the anti-Zionist organization that funds contributed j through the United Jewish Appeal iwere used for political purposes. He said that during the Ma year Jews and nen-Jews m the United States had given many sehBeeks te Zionism, but never*elesa "evidence a h euwd s that Jewish life in the United States increa s ingly moves reward spooler withdraw.) from the mainstream ef American life." "We may be certain that Zi ism will intensify its efforts to id itself publicly as 'no longer P* ical." he added. "Whether it ceeds or not, the danger is that self-segregating forms created W Zionism — labeled 'Jewish ture,' 'Jewish survival.' d '•* ish philanthropy" will be aP ed without awareness that tnu a all 'Jewish' nationalism." He disclosed receipt of a %  sage from President Eiseab* %  }. a*w*>* a •• — --lauding the group for it> "ft* !" ord," noting the organiu itWl work "In the fields of educio* and philanthropy." Orchestra Closes Seas* Final presentation of the ** %  Beach Civic Orchestra this *• was a concert version of dis "La Traviata" on Sunday, ning ift Municipal AuditoriuV£ mission was free. Music •Barnett Breeskin. said t "£, included soprano. Jo7 JI ber; bariton. Jacob Borsstt* tenor. Joseph PP Kenaea „&\ president of the 75-f*** *" tra, narrated.



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Friday. May 27, 1960 *Jmlst>noricMaun A. DAVID RAYVIS [ayvis Reports >n ADL Programs A. David Rayvis, vice president Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and knti-Defamation League chairman the Florida State Federation of J'nai B'rith Lodges, reported to he Federation convention here tiat the ADL in Florida must, in Micert with all other ADL jurisjictions, become an even greater nd more potent force in the pro ction of all human rights. (•"We can not morally be content lith this protection for ourselves one. as Jews, but rather for all |ctimized people, regardless of ce, color or religion," Rayvis %  A f'Because of multiple factors in ^lich the segregation issues play small part it is unfortunate that ^sions against Jews in the South still with us. The Florida ADLJ Bee has been extremely sensi|e to the problems peculiar to state for sometime." |tayvis told the convention that Florida regional ADL office conducted a number of workand conferences aimed at Pag SC Test Your Knowledge By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX JTA Why is it traditional to oat cheat* delicacies on Shavuoth? A variety of reasons are offered for this practice. One source derives this from a Midrash (Numbers Rabbah 1:8) which claims that Sinai, the mountain upon which the Torah was given, was also called "Gabnunim," and this word is similar to the Hebrew word for cheese (Gebinah). Since Shavuoth is the occasion when we recall the revelation at Sinai, cheese delicacies are eaten to remember one of the names of that mountain on which it was revealed. Generally, it is considered that dairy products as a whole are in order for one of the meals of the Shavuoth holiday. According to one source this is so that two different types of meals be eaten during the festival — one of meat and one of dairy — to recall the two loaves of bread which were offered in the Temple on this holiday. Eating one meal dairy and one meat would require a different loaf for each of the meals. Another source claims that this is because milk is a symbol of grace and mercy, as it represents motherly attention. Likewise is the Torah a source of mercy and grace from the. Almighty to his people. A third source claims that it is done because the tradi141Z tional method of slaughter became required only after the Revelation. The latter, having taken on the Sabbath, made it impossible to slaughter new cattle; yet, one could no longer consume the cattle which had been killed before that time, or use the utensils previously used in eating them. Thus the only alternative was to eat dairy foods at Sinai. A fourth source claims that, before the Revelation, milk was forbidden to them because it came directly from a living animal which hadn't been slaughtered. It was only after the Revelation that milk became permissible. Thus we use dairy products to show that the Revelation allowed us to consume milk thereafter. It is also claimed that a dairy meal indicates modesty, and that our Torah required us to be modest; thus we eat at least one dairy meal in order to display this modesty. Why are tha services on the first night of Shavuoth traditionally delayed until it is vary dark? Seven full weeks must pass between Passover and Shavuoth, as the Bible says "Seven weeks shall there be complete" (Leviticus 23:15). A Jewish day ends at sunset. Hence we wait until it is after sunset to make sure that there are seven full weeks that have passed. New Course Here in Editing |hing the non-Jew leadership lie state for the purpose of imping the growing distorted Ige of the Jews." jtayvis said that "each positive leaticnal effort of successful (idling of an anti-Semitic inciIt in itself does little to alter sceneWolfson in Talk Mere ursuit of Happiness" was [topic of a lecture by Dr. AbraWolfson Friday, 6:45 p.m., ^he gardens of the Blackstone pi. A question and answer pefollowed. Friday morning, The Adult Education Division of the Lindsey Hopkins Education Center has authorized the inauguration of a new course to be offered at the North Miami Senior High School Adult Education Center. "Principles of Editing" is especially designed to assist publicity chairmen and editors of bulletins, climate of public opinion, but;journals, company newspapers, illative efforts of all add up' newspapers, and other house ordynamic impact on the Amerg ans published by religious, fraternal and sociological organizations, as well as commercial firms. The course covers problems of financing, management and production procedures, as well as public relations, mechanics of promotion and typography. The entire course is 11 weeks long with II three hour sessions. The registration fee is $2. "Princia.m.. Dr. Wolf son spoke %  pies of Editing" is scheduled for the Athletic Club at 10th < Thursday night from 7 to 10 p.m. harles Siegel is the director | Instructor is publicist and editor e club, which meets every;Morton B. Luxner, of North Mifrom 7:30 to 9 a.m. ami Beach. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL MEL JACK HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th ATMM MMM Ft 4-4174 BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY <£/. j | .i i i I It SF 'M a >1 i BJMft* r-1 ViTljibi? TS"U m> 1 i *^ *$&&BBk' ectro Neon Sign Co. 1955 N.W. 75* STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone OX 1-0805 annual installation luncheon of the Women's Auxiliary Sinai Hospital at the Fontainebleau hotel. 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Page 6-C +Jknisli ftcridiiari Friday. May 27, I960 BETTER TO SERVE YOU MIAMI JACK SERVICE Grtenlee Equipment — Pelt Cable Cutter — Hydraulic Jacks, Steam Jenny* — Pick Up and Dalivary All Work Guaranteed — Factory Specifications 3072 N.W. 54th Street Phon* NE 4-2224 TO ALL GREETINGS I li Witt Tigar and Tobaceo Company WHOLESALERS CANDY %  CIGARETTES • PAPER WONT YOU Har-a-Tampa €ligar? "THEY'RE BETTER" Officers of Beth Jacob Congregation are (left ident; Morris Krevat. chairman of the board of to right) Morris Fogel. second vice president; education. They will be installed at the Eden Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader; Morris B. Roc hotel on Sunday evening. May 29. Frank, president; Aaron Lerner, first vice pres73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE FR 4-8185 TO ALL GREETINGS THE AIRPORT BANK OF MIAMI NOW YOU CAN BANK SIX DAYS A WEEK ALL REGULAR BANK SERVICES PLUS COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT FREE CUSTOMER PARKING CONCOURSE 4, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Miami 59, Florida NE 3-2626 Member of F.D.I.C. Temple Zion held its annual "Yom Hamoreh" service on Friday evening to pay tribute to its staff of teachers. A special Oneg Shabbat was held by the Temple PTA. First row (left to right) are Mrs. Morris Newmark, Miss Kayleen Newmark, Mrs. Morris Weiss, Mrs. Frieda Zyss. Mrs. Ida Porusch, Jerome Taft, principal. Miss Josephine Sond. head kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Saul Penick, Mrs. Elwood Goldberg, Miss Rochelle Lynn. Standing (left to right) are Jay Kaplan, Dan Levine, Jacob Ginensky, Cantor Jacob Goldfarb, Emanuel Meyer, Frank Kreutzer, Oscar New, Alvin Roscoe. Not shown are Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader, Ray Skop, and Miss Orianne Gordon. U.S. Leadership Failed '-Finletter By Special Report ,NF.W YORK — -Western leadership hid failed in that it had not insisted on an end to the state of war now being in.sisted upon by the Arab countries against the State of Israel."' stated Thomas K. Finletter. former Secretary of the Air Forte, at the opening banquet of the three-day convention of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs. Presiding at the dinner which was held at the Concord hotel. Kiamesha Lake. May 8. was Bernard Rackmil. president of the National Federation. Speaking on the topic of "I.iving by Spiritual Values," Finletter dealt with the relationship of law and morality to national and international policy. Dealing with specific problems, Finletter made the following points: The threat of nuclear war now dominates the international scene. No longer is it possible for the United States to accept the current world order in which war has been the accepted method of solving disputes between WCKR Beefs Up News Facilities To bolster its news staff. WCKR announced Wednesday three new appointments: Brad Sherman, MWi director; David Crane, assistant newi director, and C. W. "Bill' Paine, news editor. Sherman, a well known news voice ,n Miami, has been morning i\rws editor of WGBS for the past ( rane, a native of Burlington, Vt., was previously news director of WPTR. Albany.'N. Y. Paine also comes to WCKR from WPTH Albany, where he served a.news editor. nations. In this day of world responsibility of the United States, it must be the purpose of the country to create a new world order in which law and morality will have a controlling part. Applying this to specific problems. Mr. Finletter emphasized importance of the United States' taking vigorous leadership at the forthcoming summit meeting to get agreement along the lines of the Western plan for disarmament in Geneva. He said that the sum-, mit meeting "would be crucial on i the issue of war or peace. If it was' to end up in nothing but broad generalities the hopes of mankind would be crually disappointed." He said that what was necessary "is an insistence by the Western leaders on the principles of general and complete, inspected and enforced, disarmament. Mr. Finletter also emphasized that disarmament was not the ', whole of the problem, but only the keystone. "A world order which would save humanity from hydrogen war I would not be achieved unless the l tensions now disturbing the rela! tions between the Communist and I non Commmunist world were greatly reduced. 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fiday. May 27, 1960 *Jti*HfrridHar) Page 7-C LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 49027-C RK: Batata of THOMAS' HAItlHMAN I •' i rased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i All Creditor! anil All Persona HavJIC. Clajma or Demand* Again*! Said Estati Too are hereby notified and requlr(i to present any claims ami demandi Jrhlch you may have against the estate of THOMAS HARDIMAN deI. asad la\ta) pf Made County. Florida, lo the County Judges of Dad.County, Li,.i file ihe eatna In their offices In I County Courthduae In Dad.County, Florida, within eight calendai iilis from the date of the first h>iihlieatlon hereof, or the name will barred. ADELAIDE A. IIARHIMAN. Ex. ecutrlx of Estate of Thomas Hard Iman. Deceased. IHi IIWARZ & Z1NN Attorneys 1306 AlnHley Bldg., Miami. Fla. 5/10-23. /3-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that the underpinned. .IcslrlnR to engage In bualneas under the fictitious name of AUJANPU DENTAL, i'HOSTHETICs at 915 Normandy Drive, .Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LAWRENCE WIEDERMAN Sole Owner MITCHELL HALLER Attorney for Applicant I 546 Key hold I '.I.IK 6/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY QIVHN that I the undersigned, desiring to engage in I. -m-s> under the th'tltioiiN name of I TEL AVIV MAINTENANCE SERV|KE at 910 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach Intends to register said name with Ithe Clark of the Circuit court of Bade ICounty, Florida. BERNARD Hi'KKMAN. IWINCOR \ GREENFIELD %  Attorney* for Applicant 1040 Lin.olu It.,ad. i 10-27, fi'l-.n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 4543 AWRENCE /.A I 'KLIN I-:. Plaintiff, ZAPELINE, i of.ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE l'i HELEN ZAPELINE e <> Sophia Raohek Morgan Drive Morgan. Penna)Ivan | fou, HELEN ZAPELINE, are herenotlfled tiiit %  Bill of Complaint ir I ivoree has been filed against you, d you are required i" serve %  copy your Anawai or Pleading to the itill Complaint on the plaintiff* attorRICHMOND A WOLFSON, Isus.. On.Lincoln Road Building. Mitni Beach, Florida, and flla the origai Answei or Pleading in the office ( the Clerk of the circuit Court on before the 20th day of June. 1960. you fail to do so. judgment by deult will lie taken against you for he relief dents tided in the Bill of omphtint. This notice shall be published once Hch week for four ConseCDtlve weeks i THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. lorlda. this 16th day of May. A.D. (in B R LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Hade County. Florida sal) By; R ii RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk ICHMOND A Wol.i-'SoN, Ks.|s. for I'lalntlff %  • r.inculn Itnad Pudding iami Beach N, FUv -, .'it-27. fi/.l-in vmm) LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD "Take me to your Rabbi." e** in* %  • % %  >< stinfct. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBH that ; IKni d, di ngage in business undai the rlctltloua name of' I PAR-PANTS at 1413 NE Miami Place, Miami. Hla Inten later said t h %  ah aaiCler* % %  • ,.i' % %  ..%  ——Y1 ."ii i I i lade i 'ountj, Florida Ai, OOTTLIBB, INC. By: Alfr.-d O. Gottlieb TALI AN' HI a WALLER AI torneya MO I.in. Inn ltd Miami Beach I !:: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Hi. inderaigned, desiring to engrave In bualneas under the flctltloua nami LEEWARD INTERNATIONAL at I N E. 7Ul Street. .Miami, I i.ul.• County, Florida intend to rcgistei said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade County. Florida. JERRY BOGORAD ARTHUR EHRHARDT STANLEY EPSTEIN Attorney for Jerry Hogorad and Arthur Ehrhardt 5/13-20 -27, 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MEI. S FTIRMTI-RE RRF'INISHING at M60 N.W. 7th Place. Miami Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MK1.VIN GIBBON, Sole Owner MARX FABKR M'.rney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 5/13-20-27. 6/3 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! • vJenistFlioridHia*} solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Ml II. .1-4005 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 49457-C In Re: ESTATE OF' HARRY WBXLBR l lecossed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said You, and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either ol you. mai have at.mist the of Harry Waxier deceased late of Dadi County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and tii< the same in ihcir offices in ili. County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar montha from the dat< nf the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands in contain the leajral add' thi claimant and t.i be sworn lo and presented as aforesaid, or aama win be barred Bee Section 733.14 of the 194.". Probate Act. I >. I Mat :'. A.D. i960. HANNAH s BLOSTE1N c/o Elry Stone, HMO Congress Bldg.. Miami. Florida. As Executes of the Last Will and Testament of Harry Waaier, d< • eased. ELRY STONE Attorney for Hannah W. Blosteln, Executrix of Estate of Harry Wexler, dec oaeifl 5/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTR fc. IS HKRKHy GIVEN that the undersign, il. desiring to engage In business under the llctitious name of ALLAPATTAH TEXACO SERVICE at 2800 N.W. 17 Ave., Miami 42, Dade County, Florida intends to regfster -. ,i Banna with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANDREW G. SHIELDS, sole owner i, .J7, e/-io N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 4475 DEVE \rx and TERB BRTA \r\. a k a TERESETA %  is ins wife, %  Jiffs. \ s. •i a DDE R 8IM1LRR. and ALICE 21EGLER, his wit. etc. el al. I >ef, lull III--. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Clai.de It. Zleelcr and Alice I. his wife. If living and II d. ad unknown heln • • %  i %  • en, lega,,i grantees; 0 B Heckiar and larr'ett Hecker, his wife, if living nd If dead their unknown heirs, devsees. legatees, or grantees; nharlea Brady, and If married Brady. IH wife. If living and If dead their nknown heirs, devisees, legate, rantees; Hugh B. Citlly. Jr.. and if arrted Crilly, Jr., his wife. If Iving and If dead their unknown elrs. devise, a, locates, or grantees; ames F. Brown, and If married rown, his wife. If living and If dead heir unknown heirs, devisees, legn%  res, or grantees; assignees, creditors, rustees, or other parties whether lalural or corporate, claiming Interate by thrcttgh undrr or avn'nst said artles defendant or otherwise, and Iso all in rona having or claiming iv interests m the following desl.,l lands, lying, situate and being Dade County, Florida to-wlt i 24. In the NWM of Section 28. Townshln '.2. South Range 40 Baist, according to the Plat thereof recorded In flat Book 2. at Page 68. of the P-hllc Records of Dade County, Florida. You and each of you are hereby retired to serve Oopy "f vour answer Ihe Complaint 10 Quiet Title on aintiffs attornev Claude M. Parnes. lumel Bldg.. Miami, Florida, r before the :'th day of June. 60. and 'lie the or'elnal In the office the Clerk of the Circuit I erwise the allegations of said content will be taken ns confessed by u and each of you. ">ated this 13th day of May. I960. MAN. Clerk reult > lv, Florida 1) W. 1, RE'IM Deputy clerk 5/20-27, 6/S-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 3979 PERRT c NTEAHNK. Plaintiff, KI.SIK KATHEltlNE STEARNS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ELSIE KATHF2RINE KTEARNP C 0 Ralph Ktearns Centt i strict Ludlow. Masa Y..U ELSIE KATHERINE STEARNS arc h.reliy notified that a Itlll of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to Iserve a copy of your Answer or rii.nliiii.!,, the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, RICHMOND t. WOLFSON. Oni Lincoln R.-ad BulldIna;, Miami Beach, Florida and file Urinal Answer or P k of the i Court fore the (th %  June, l!irt If you fall to do so, judgment by default will he taken vnii for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Thla notice shall he published OHO" each we. k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE \M' ORDERED at Miami, Florida, thiMth day of April. A.P. I960. i: B. LEA THERM AN, ''Urk. circuit Court, lade bounty, (seal) R. H. RICK. JR., 1 leputy clerk RICHMOND A WOLFSON One Lincoln Road Building Miami Reach 39. Florida I innald L. F'arber Attorneya for Plaintiff 5/6-1.1-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 80C 3469 GRACE MARTINI, Plain ANTHONY MARTINI, l lefendam. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ANTHi (NT MARTIN] 612 Tenth A\. San v..'. ..I fornla You, ANTlloNY MARTINI, are that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to ... A newer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the p.alntlffs Attorn.;.. LAWRENCE 1. HOLLANDER. Suite Ml. '.<•: %  • %  Northeast 79th Street, Miami 38, Florida, and file the original Answer oi Pleading In the office of the clerk of the circuit Court on or before th< Jiuh day of June, I960. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will he taken against you, for the relief demanded m the 1:111 of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH F'l.ORII il AN. DONE AMi (iRDEHEl) at Miami. Florida, this 13th day ot May. Al' mo. B. B. WEATHERMAN .Clerk. Circuit Curt. Hade County, Florida is. ,.U By: K. M l.V.MA.N. Deputy Clerk LAWRKMi; 1 HOLLANDER Suite 2C.1, 1090 N.E. 79th Si. Miami 38, Fla.—1'l.aza 7-34.M Attorney for Plaintiff 5/20-27. • I-K IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU:T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 0C 3312 MARION |oNA W. LENTZ. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN F. LENTZ. Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: JOHN F' LKNTZ 2012 East Rosalie sir. .1 Philadelphia. Pennsylvania TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a complaint to set aside a fraudulent divorce has been filed against you. and you are reoulred to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs at, torney, DANIEL NEAI, HELLER, 8io Hiding. Miami 32. Florida. and file the -original In the office of the clerk of the circuit Court, on or before the 6!h day of June. I960, otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confessed by DATED this 29th dav of April. 1960 E. B. LF:ATHKRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida (seal) By: K M l.YM \N Deputy i-i. ik 5/6-13-30-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 4349 ACE INVESTMENTS, INC., a Kiori.ia Corporate Plaintiff, GERALD M.l'ANo an J' IHNNIB LOU IKE ALFA NO, his wife, ct al. I .-: • %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLES M SMITH and HELANOl A SMITH, his w4fe. • %  .,1 in Newburgh, I 'iiv C. UGON and AYN F. I,ICON, his wife, ISII Inn, Coatham, New York; you ar* hereby i itlfl4 I :liai a oomplaini for :h. foreclosure of a mort,i ih. fonowlnfl described property srtuate, in I'a.le County, Florida, Lot 39 FIRST ADDITION TO PINE TREE LAKE, lo the Plat %  corded in Plat Book 62, at Page %  I .'f the Public Records of Dade County. Florida, baa been filed against you and other* in the a-liove styled cause, and you and each of you are hereby required t serve a copy of your answer or other pleading to the Complaint upon piaininf's attorney Claude M Harms. 34)2 Calumet Bldg., Miami 32. Florida, ami file the original In the office of Hie Clank of the Circuit Court in and %  de County. Florida, on or before the 16th day of Jane, 1960. If you fail to do so Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. Dated this 10th das of May, 1960. E. B. LEATHBRM\N, Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida (seal) By: K M LYMAN. Deputv Clerk. :-20-27. 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai th Ondei "iring to engat.-. I>ie fictitious lame off IELOT REALTY at 1102 Congress | Miami, Fla.. intend to register .irr.e with the Clerk of the circuit Court ^f n-i.de County. Florida. ALBERT N COHEN IRVING WAI.TMAN Role Owners 6/13-20-27, 6/3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OI'RARI.E EMMiR COVERING COMPANY (not Inc.) at 13904 N.W Till Avenue. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KA.Ml'EL T. LEVY. Bole Owner HENRY A KAMI 1 Attorney i-34 Wash.nct. n Avenue Miami Beach % % % %  ', Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.HEREBY GIVEN lhat the undersigned, desiring to image In business under the flctltloua na .:.-l'"l.i IRIDA COLLECTION AGENCY at P.O Bos Mo. 11-184, North Mlam F! %  Clrcui: rtty, Florida, i.i: RCHW Ml'iz. .-• Je owner l< \ \|p. Attol NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT!< E IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat Ihe undersigned, desiring bualneas .ml. r thi Hci Itloue n PORWICK BRi >S A WE1KBARD at 400 N.W. lth Rt Intend to register said name A th the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorMa. P. B. & W., IN'. r a.: on Bj %  .LEON KI'Tr.V Pr. \:'.-i By: a %  ROSE Kl'Ti'N, s. civ F-REHERICK R. BCHBR Attorney for P. P.. AW Inc. S ."-: %  : %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 60C 4492 PEDRO ORTIZ. Plaintiff vs. i ARMBN GONZALEZ 11. fondant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION YOU: CARMF:N GONZALEZ, JAYIYA. PUFatTO RICO, are notified that a Complaint lor Divorce has bel n filed agalnat you by PEDRO ORTIZ, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint on Glno P. Negretti, '.HO Congress Buildini;, Miami. FIoi Ida, and file the original in the Clerk's office on or I. fore the 20th day of June. 1960. If you fall to do so a l>ecree Pro-Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 13th day of May, IWMl, A.D. E. II I.EA'I'HERMAN. Cl.ik Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. I i.puty Clerk. a/20-27. 6/3-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49546-C IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM o >R1 'V a k a A P.ltAII AM K GORD" IN, a h a SAM GORDON I H c.-a sed NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All "red loi a and All Pel son IIvClalma or Demanda Asjalnsl Kaid You ar.hereby notified and v%  .ill A ir. %  la Ima and ilemanda which you may have asralnst the state %  i AIIKAHAM I ; %  iR] M >N, %  ABRAHAM S. GORDON, a k a s \ M 'i iRI'i i.N AV-TpPRT curyTiov^ ; ,, % %  • W. 46th Street, Miami Beach Intend • I" name wllh the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, ."'In.loa. ,ii IAN i .i : i-,-i.-.-i: ,.., TERRY RI'BIN 50% DAVID riRPCKTR • ants 310 Biseayne Bldg. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IR HEREBY GIVEN that the un desiring ti • fictitious n I -••-74s7 In th, De with rk of the Circuit Court Of Dadk Miami, s 10th ( May, DT NOTICE UNDER FICTIT'OLS N*VE I W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that b usin ess under II ous name of r-RE iTTVE ARTS DIET S W 'h st r iei. Mian I. (chart tends i -...I II me with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GLADYS K. JACOBS '.MAN .v ALBF:RT tttomeya for Giadvs E taooba :'()-27. 6/S-in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of REGAL MANoR at 1321 Pennsylvania Ave Miami ll.ach intend to register said num.wiih the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f I lad.County. Florida. DAVID KRATMAN LOUIS KRATMAN i • WIEI. KRATMAN WILLIAM I. BRENNER Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road 6/6-1S-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY OP/EN that the understated, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of PHOTO EXCHANGE SERVICE at N W -'7lh Avenue, Miami. Elorrntenda to register said name with the Clark • the Circuit Court : I Mi. • 'osnty, Florida. CHARLES •: RODGBR8, Sole Owner MARTIN GENET Rd Miami Beach Attorney for Photo Exchange Sen 5 /*-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ullage In mder Ihe flctltloua name of -i-iTNT OFFICE SIPPI.Y Coral Gables a; aama with the ,.f 'he circuit Court of Dade County, Fi' • iVID GOL1 >MAN WILF.IAM SCHANTZ 5'6-13-2fl-27 '*AOGUS1 BROS U\ I. r*.. fl I V f NOTICE' UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Un undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of .1 >Y IJ'NCIIKONETTB at 142t 20th Street. Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl, rida. GLADYS KNAPP LEONARD KALISH Attorney for Applioant 1629 duPont Bldg. 6/6-13-20-27 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! < OH TO RATIO* OtJWFiTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FII 3-4G45



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r Page 8-C +Jmist>ncr*tfar) Friday. May 27, igw Lady Rothschild Wins Court Opener LONDON — (JTA) — A Britishthe $20,000,000 paid to Hitler by torn member of the Rothschild | the Rothschild family in 1939 to family won a preliminary move obtain freedom for Baron de Roththis week to regain part of one af I schild, head of the Austrian branch the largest ransoms ever paid —Iof the family. Baronncss Clarice de Rothschild, -y*r-old widow of Baron Alphomo do Rothschild, succeeded in her preliminary applito the British Foreign cation Compensation Commission for mission ruled that the Baronesi compensation of ebou SZ50,WH> had established that the real | for real estate in Poland. tate was British at the dale rela. I vant to her claim, Nov. 27, 1945 The property, which includes a Baron Loaia de Rothschj d 1 !castle and 670 acres of surroundkept in pri!(0n for ]3 ffl MI ing estate, was part of the ran, he Nazig itaore he WJU n lea| J som. It was later confiscated by D 1939 following payment* of (JJj the Polish Government. The comransom. JUST BEFORE THE FIRST SHEVUOTH i I A HAPPY SHEVUOTH TO ALL JEWISH PEOPLE! For Holiday and Everyday Cheer Serve Cheering MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Ground or Instant...the superior coffees of Maxwell House bring joy and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand! Because no other Coffee pleases the Yiddishen ta'am like that famous good-to-the-last-drop flavor... The "SABBATH COFFEE" for in. •tant enjoyment •very day. In 2 oz. t .tfaz.Mdi0ez.j4n. The greatest Jewish favorite for brewed coffee enjoyment-in 1 lb. and 2 lb. economy size cans. %  TA'AM VOS IS AINS IN DER VELT1" Products of General Foods


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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Full Text
"Jewish Flor idian
folume 33 Number 22
TNI JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida, Friday, May 27, 1960
Three Sections Price 2Jc
IS., Caught With U-2Down, Evokes Sinai Campaign Memories
By MILTON FRIEDMAN rw_______........ 9
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA Staff Corr-spondtnt
Washington
The State Department, caught
frith its U-2 down, finds itself in
uch tbe same situation as Is-
atttr the Sinai campaign.
Israel then maintained that the
pnai affair should not be judged
itself but in the context of a
de background of Arab aggres-
sion, sabotage, espionage, and
Wher abuses. Today the State
Department feels that the U-2
fiasco should not be evaluated
alone but as part of a necessary
pattern of legitimate defensive
response. State Department
speech writers might do well to
search their files for Israels
statements of 1986 at the United
Nations and in Washington.
Th United Arab Republic has
forgotten hew It was rescued by
Washington in 1*5*. | the eel-
laps* of the summit conference,
the UAR blatantly took the Soviet
side. Khrushchev became Cairo's
hero. Photos of the U-2 plan*
w*r* displayed throughout the
UAR as "proof" of American
"aggression and imperialism."
Despite the Administration's
many recent attempts to appease
the UAR, Nasser's press and ra-
dio heaped abuse on America.
Even the presence in Cairo of
chairman Fulbright of the Senate
Foreien Relations Committee did
not deter the Arabs. Sen. Ful-
bright went so far in Cairo as to
rail against alleged pressures on
tbe American government by his
fellow Americans of another re-
ligious faith. This from an Amer-
ican Sentaor in a foreign land
that has just suppressed "The
Diary of Anne Frank!"
American appeasement at-
tempts were interpreted by the
Arabs as signs of weakness. The
Administration in Washington
lost face even more when Pres-
ident Eisenhower himself termed
a Senate amendment against
Arab blockade
table."
tactics "regret-
The State Department consid-
ered anti-Arab picketing in New
York harbor "embarrassing" to
American foreign relations. But
the same State Department re-
mained silent when Lincoln Reek-
Continued on Page 7-A
Israel's New
ub on High
>eas to Haifa
)NDON (JTA) Israel's
ond submarine, the 800-ton Ra-
, left t h e British submarine
e, HMS Dolphin, this week for
lei. The Rahav. formerly the
itish submarine Sanguine, was
uired from Britain two years
I together with the Tan in,
Ich was commissioned in the Is-
U Navy last December.
fully armed with 12 torpedoes
I carrying a full complement of
[officers and enlisted men, the
av sailed for Israel "ready for
on" after completion of train
[of the crew and testing of the
ersea craft. The Rahav is un-
command of Lt. Cmdr. Hadar
che, 31.
: Israel's second submarine left
British base following a brief
remony attended by Lt. Cmdr.
lathan Sofer, the Israel Navy's
Ittache in London, and officers
f the British base. Members of
the Rahav crew have been in
raining in British bases for
varying periods. Some of the en-
men have had only six
itonths of training while the off-
icers have had nearly two years
I of intensive instruction.
Lt. Cmdr. Michael Badham, one
the British instruction officers,
old the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
ly that the Israelis have been
pquick on the uptake."
He noted that British submarine
lommanders .usually receive eight
fears of training, and senior petty
Continued on Page 16 A
Off. ISKAU GOLDSTtIN
. superficial revival
Single Voice
Urged for Jews
NEW YORK(JTA)The eli
nation of "competitive andantag
onistic trends" in American Jew-
ish life and the promotion of a
"cooperative American Jewish
community representing the inter-
ests of Jewry in relation to the
general population and before gov-
ernmental agencies," was urged
here at the General Assembly of
the Synagogue Council of America
held at Columbia University.
Representatives from the major
branches of the Jewish religious
community, educational, cultural
I and social welfare agencies par-
! ticipated in the all-day meeting.
The Synagogue Council of Amer-
Continued on Page 9 A
Nazi Butcher Eichmann
Trapped by Israel Agent
JERUSALEM(JTA)Adolf Eichmann, Nazi war criminal, Gestapo "expert" on the Jewish prob-
lem and murderer of hundreds of thousands of European Jews during World War II, is now in Israel un-
der arrest. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion announced in Parliament here Monday. In making his an-
nouncement, Mr. Ben-Gurion did not state where or when Eichmann had been arrested. The Israeli Pre-
mier confined his announcement to the following brief statement:
"A short time ago. one of the .
greatest of Nazi war criminals, |
Adolf Eichmann, who was respon-1
sible, together with the Nazi lead-
ers, for what they called the 'final
solution of the Jewish question-
that is, the extermination of 6,000,-
000 Jews of Europewas found by |
the Israel security services. Adolf
n Is already under arrest
In Israel, and will shortly be placed
on trial in Israel under terms of
the law for the trial of Nazis and
their collaborators."
A hushed, almost incredulous
Knesset heard the announcement.
For a moment, there was silence
in the chamber. Then there was
a burst of wild applause. Mr. Ben
Guron's promise that Eichmann
will be tried under the law provid- ?uthor,tles "f e Nazi's
, t r--*.- fnntcianv until Ka imAtvtAm* ...... a
tng for trials of Nazis and Nazi
collaborators was not lost on the
House. Capital punishment has
been outlawed in Israel except
for "crimes against the Jewish
Capture Attributed to Revenge
Hungry Victim of Hitler Era
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann
was ascribed Tuesday to the thirst for revenge of an unidentified Jew
whose wife and children were deported to the gas chambers, where
they perished under Eichmann's orders.
The Nazi's nemesis, it was reported, vowed to spend the rest of his
life in hunting down Eichmann*
and bringing him to retribution..
Six months ago, he got onto Eich-
man's trail and notified the Israeli
Continued on Page 8A
Britain Will Ask US to Make
Impounded Records Available
LONDON(JTA>-Britain will consult with the United States in an
footsteps until the moment came
to signal his capture.
Israeli authorities maintained
the strictest secrecy Tuesday as
to where Eichmann had been
captured, but disclosed that the
Israeli security forces had not
been aided by the intelligence
forces of any other country in lo-
cating the fugitive.
It was also indicated that some
Knesset Slugs
No Confidence
ZIONISTS GIT NttDLt
PACt 6-4
Farris Bryant decisively de-
| lea ted Sen. Doyle Carlton in
[a hotly-contested bottle Tues-
Jday. Bryant won the Demo-
cratic Party's gubernatorial
(nomination in the November
I election, which virtually as-
sures him the post. (For other
I election data, see Sec. B.)
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Knesset, Israel's Parliament, re-
jected this week by a vote of 61
to 6, a motion of non-confidence
by the ultra-Orthodox Agudat Is-
rael party in an attempt to rebuke
prize money would be given to the Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
men directly involved in the cap- for his challenge last week to the
ture of Eichmann. A $20,000 re- traditional Biblical version of the
ward for information leading to Exodus story.
Eichmann's apprehension had Premier Ben-Gurion had claim-
effort to improve public availability of the records of former members, been offered by the Yad Vashem, ed that only 600 Israelites left
of the Nazi Party, now impounded by orders of the U.S. Government in the central office documenting the Egypt in the Exodus instead of the
the Nazi Archives Center in West Berlin.
R. A. Allan, Joint Parliamentary*
Undersecretary for Foreign Af-
fairs, gave that assurance this
week to the House of Commons,
after being pressed on the point
by members of the Labor Party |
opposition. On behalf of Foreign !
Secretary Selwyn Lloyd, who had
been in Paris attending the Sum-!
mit conference, Mr. Allan pledged j
the government to try to get the
American authorities to ease the
ban on disclosures from the Nazi
archives.
Labor members in Commons
have been demanding that the
Nazis files be opened, especially
in view of the fact that the West
German statute of limitations
for prosecution of former Nazis
accused of major crimes went
into effect May I in the former
American Zone, and will become
effective in the former British
zone of occupation at the end
of noxt month.
The government of Chancellor
Continued on Page 2 A
Nazi treatment of the Jews. 600.000 mentioned in the Bible. He
In the face of the government's' *'so suggested that the Israelites
tight-lipped silence on the place we"e >" Egypt for two generations
and circumstances of Eichmann's rather than the 400 years indicated
capture, considerable circulation >n the traditional version,
was given here Tuesday to British I Th. six rgutih de<>ui:es were
Continued on Page 3-A Continued on Page 5 A
Roll Out Red Carpet for Mrs. Meir
PORTIAiT Of A fOKHCH MINISiH PAGI IT-A
Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir, one of the world s outstand-
ing statesmen, will make an extraordinary visit here to present the
: "Decade City Award" to the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee
| at a dinner on Thursday evening, June 9, in the Fontainebleau hotel.
Miami will be one of only four*
cities in the world to receive the
award, which will be presented in
recognition of the community's
"outstanding achievements" for
Israel Bonds.
Receiving the award on behalf
of the community will be Jack
A. Cantor and Samuel Oritt, gen-
eral chairmen of the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Comirfee.
Presentation of the award will
be made on the occasion of Is-
rael's 12th anniversary and the
i tenth anniversary of Israel Bonds.
]The only other cities in the world
1 receiving the "Decade City Award"
are Chicago, Los Angeles and
Toronto.
One of the highlights of tbe fes-
tivities will he the ancient Biblical
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JeniitDcrkUar
Friday. May 27,
JNF Director
Talks Tuesday
Werkly luncheon meeting of Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge will
be held Tuesday, noon at the Di-
Lido hotel. Lodge president is Her-
bert i.. Heiken.
Guaat speaker will be Dr. Zev
Kpgan, executive director of the
Jc\vi>h National Fund, Council of
Greater Miami, who will discuss
"Bird's Eye View of Universal
nplitict "
Oershon S. Miller is chairman of.
the luncheon.
Labor Zionists
Map Celebration
Labor Zionist Committee of
-Greater Miami will hold a triple
celebration event Thursday eve-
ning. June 2. at the Algiers hotel.
Tin- celebration will mark the
centenial of the birth of Or. Theo- j
dor Herri, the 12th anniversary of j
Israeli independence, and the holi-:
day of Shavuoth.
Speakers will include Joseph .
Schlosberg, national chairman of:
Histadrut. and readings by Beryl
Morrison. J. Z. Stadlan will dis-
cuss the significance of Shavuoth.
Musical program will feature
Cantor Abraham Seif. of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, with Mrs. (
Margaret Yomen at the piano.
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The appointment of Gottlieb
Hammer as executive vice
chairman of the Jewish Agen-
cy for Israel is announced
by Dewey D. Stone, chair-
man of the Agency.. Prior to
his appointment. Mr. Ham-
mer served as executive di-
rector of the New York office
of the Jewish Agency for Is-
rael until the recent organi-
zation of that body. Jewish
Agency for Israel, through
the United Jewish Appeal, is
the major beneficiary of the
nationwide United Jewish Ap-
peal campaign. Hammer is
president of the American Is-
raeli Shipping Co.
LONG-DISTANC1
MOVERS
Continued from Pege 1-A
Konrad Adenauer, in Bonn, has re-
fused demands by German Social
Democrats and"'other opposition
parlies to extend the statute of
limitation for four years more.
The I.aborites also called on the
British government to urge the
authorities at Bonn to speed in-
quiries into charges that many
judges in West Germany commit-
ted crimes while serving in judicial
capacity during the Nazi regime.
Pending completion of probes into
'he alleged Nazi records of ac
cused judges, Labor demanded,
the suspected German judges
should be suspended from office.
Meanwhile, Social Democratic-
Party officials disclosed in Bonn
this week that they would soon
make a new bid to the Adenauei
government to extend the statute
of limitations on the crime of man-
slaughter committed during the
Nazi regime.
The period during which pros-
ecution could be initiated for such
crimes expired on May 8 after the
uovcrnment rejeoted a Social
Democratic demand that it be ex-
tended to September. 1964. The
Social Democrats are planning to
propose a compromise arrange-
ment under which charges could
be filed until the end of 1961.
In Stuttgart, the Central War
Crmts Investigating Commission
disclosed this weak it had under-
taken an investigation of the
record of Dr. Walter Zirpin.
head of the criminal police of
Lower Saxony. Zirpin was one
of the police officers who task
part In the "investigation" u
the Reichstag fire in 1933.
pMice officials name.*,,
brought to the Commission's ac-
tion on Apr. 30, when Dr Jo*
Wulf. Jewish Telegraphic AgeT,
correspondent in West Berlin, n,
broadcast over the North-Ge'ruaj
Radio Station, revealed Zirpin had
written an article early in the war
calling for the "liquidation of th.
Lodt Ghetto."
Zirpin. Dr. Wulf disclosed, u
| a member of the SJS. Hitler's Eta
Guardand had called for the ex-
termination of the Jews in ta.
1 Polish city in an article in n,
Gestapo periodical, "KrimimJ.
poiuei."
Lists Directors
Vocational Serv. M* **""" m
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Tem-
ple EtnaoutEI. will present a con-
firmation program on the "Still
Small Voice." sponsored weekly
by the Rabbinical Assn. of Great-
er Miami. The program is slated
for Sunday. 10 a.m., over WOKT
ch. 7.
Jewish Vocational Service will
hold its annual meeting June 14.
To be nominated for three year
terms as members of the JVS
board of directors are Barney
Bernstein, Harold Gold la rb, Mar-
shall Harris. Charles Hertzoff. Auxiliary Corti Offy
Sam Luby. jr.. Dr. J. J. Schwartz,
Jesse Schwartz. Mrs. Gerald P.
Soltz. Sam Stark, and Arthur L.
Willner.
Named to fill unexpired terms
which have one year remaining
are Herbert Blumberg and Sam
Efronson.
Board members whose terms ex-'
pire in June. 1962 are Mrs. Meyer
Baskin. Clemen J. Ehrlich. Mrs.:
Charles P. Fein berg. Mrs. Eugene
Heiman, Sam J. Heiman. Albert
J. Hirsch. Lloyd L. Ruskin and
Dr. Jess Spirer.
Board members whose terms ex-1
pire in June. 19G1 are David H.
Bloomberg. Dr. David H. Gateman,
William Goldring. Eugene Heiman,'
Morris Hoffman. Maurice H. fly-
man. Harris Klein, and Mrs. Sam
Stark.
Members of the JVS nominal
ing and membership committee
are Mrs. Charles P. Feinbers;.
Maurice H. Hyman. Marshall Har-
ris and Harris Klein.
Ladies' Auxiliary of North Shore
Rost 677. Jewish War Veterans,
held a card party Sunday evening
at the Biltmore Terrace hotel.
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Cedars Names Landfield President;
Myers New Chairman of Hospital Board
MAMLD A. LAHDMID
Harold A. Landfield was elected
president of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital at the hospital's annual
meeting Wednesday at. the Ever-
glades hotel.
Landford, a well known civic
leader here, is a member of the
board of directors of the Mercan-
tile National Bank of Miami Beach.
Stanley C. Myers was elected
chairman of Hi* beard of direc-
tor*. Myers is a partner in the
law firm of Myers, Hoiman and
Kaplan, and a nationally noted
Jewish community leader.
Vice presidents elected were Abe
Aronovitz, David Stuzin, and Sam
Luby.
Annual Federation Meeting Set June 16
The 22hd annual dinner meeting
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, in observance of more
than two" decades of community
service to Jewish families of Dade
county, will be held June 16 at the
Americana hotel.
Announcement of the traditional
event was made this week by Sam
J. Heiman, Federation president.
Officers, trustees, and board of
governors will be elected at the
annual meeting.
In accordance with Federation's
by-laws, a nominating committee
to select the slate of officers for
196061 was elected by members
of the executive committee at a
meeting here May 4.
Judge Irving Cypen was
named chairman of the nominat-
ing committee which will con-
sist of David Catsman, Sol Gold-
man, Cal Kovens, Joseph M. Lip- '
ton, Leo Robinson, Mrs. Ber-
nard Stevens, Harold Turk, and
.Carl Weinkle. Selected as alter-
nates wore Loon J. Ell and Mrs.
[Raymond Rubin.
In announcing Cypen's appoint-
ent, Heiman said that 'the com-
tee under Judge Cypen's lead-
ship will assume a grave respon-
bility the job of selecting the
most qualified welfare leaders
from the greater Miami area to
direct the community planing and
fund-raising activities of Federa-
tion for the coming year."
To be eligible to vote, all indi-
vidual members of Federation in
good standing must have made a
pledge to Federation and, prior to
the annual meeting, paid $10 or
more on such a pledge.
Advance reservations may be
made with the Federation annual
dinner committee at 424 Lincoln
In., Miami Beach.
Services Will
Honor Graduates
Baccalaureate services will be
held for graduating high school
students Friday evening at Tem-
ple Sinai of North Miami.
Graduates include Phyllis Conn,
Francine Fredericks, Jeffrey
Greene, Susan Hertzmark, Susan
Hollander, Peter Julien, Ronald
Kirschbaum, Keneth Liroff, Lois
Milman.
Linda Post, Carol Robin, Bruce
Rosenwasser, Matthew Samuelson,
Karen Shachat, Steven Shopmaker,
Doris Stone, and Robert Swerd
loff.
Other officers elected were Stan-
ley H. Wolff, secretary; and R. Wil-
: liams Apte, treasurer.
^ .Members of the board of direc-
itors are Sidney M. Aronovitz, Dr.
| Morris H. Blau, Dr. Chester Cas-
'sel. Circuit Court Judge Irving
Cypen, Herbert Galernter, Dr.
'Morton M. Halpern, Sidney Lef-
i court, Harry Markowitz, Ben No-
vack, E. Albert Pallot, Dr. Max
Pepper, Dr. Maurice Rich, Dr.
Reuben Rochkind, Col. Nathan B.
Rood, Samuel J. Spector, Harold
Thurman, and Joseph Weinrraub.
Mrs. Sylvia K. Levin is president
of the Women's Auxiliary.
Construction of the hospital
j was started on Apr. 21, and
when completed will contain 282
bods at a cost of $4,500,000. Cod-
; ars will bo a non-profit communi-
j try hospital located in the Metro
I politan Medical Center at NW
i 14th st. and 12th ave.
Plans are underway for an in-
tensive development fund drive.
"Cedars of Lebanon will fill an
. urgent need for additional hospi-
tal beds in Dade county which at
present faces a critical shortage
tof hospital facilities," Landfield
, declared.
Special awards were presented
I to the following past members of
the board: Dr. Martin S. Belle, Dr.
Alexander I. Kernish, Dr. Louis
Lemberg, Dr. Stanley Margoshes,
Dr. Benjamin G. Oren, Bernard
Stevens, Dr. Bernard Yesner, and
Dr. Morton M. Halpern, as retir-
ing president of the board.
Dr. Homer Marsh, dean of the
school of medicine at the Uni-
versity of Miami, delivered the
main address on "Urgent Hos-
pital Needs in Dade County."
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami, de-
livered the charge to the new
board.
Headquarters for tne cedars of
Lebanon Hospital Development
Fund are at 1451 North Bayshore
dr.
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N. Shore Slates
Confirmation
Confirmation service of the
North Shore Jewish Center relig-
ious school will highlight the Sha-
vuoth observance on Tuesday eve-
nig.
Students will present an original
cantata written by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz entitled "Sholom
B'Olom." assisted by Cantor Ed-
ward Klein and the Center choir.
Rabbi Abramowitz will conduct
the service and charge the con-
firmands. Nathaniel Glickman,
' chairman of tie school board, and
Mrs. Ray Morse, vice president of
Sisterhood, will present the di-
| plomas and gifts.
Confirmands are Linda Berger,
Nikki Englander. Joan Carol Feld-
man, Maxjorie Frankel, Linda
1 Joyce Hall, Martin Horowitz,
Stephen Horowitz. Deborah Marcia
Jacoby, Harold "Klein. Bonnie Lee
Revenge-Hungry
Agent In Capture
Continued from Pago 1-A
Broadcasting Company reports
that the Nazi had been found in
Latin America. British newspa-
pers said Tuesday Eichmann had
been living in Argentina.
It was not clear Tuesday wheth-
er Eichman would be accused of
mass murders or of a "crime
aeainst the Jewish people." Either
charge or both would be possible
under the law for the punishment
of Nazis and Nazi collaborators.
Both involve the death penalty. ,
Meanwhile, Eichmann pleaded
net guilty Tuesday in Magistrate's
Court to charge* of crime*
against the Jewish people and
I crimes against humanity. He was
j ordered held for 14 days.
Speaking in German, Eichmann
i told the court: "I am not respon-
sible for the facts I am alleged to
| have committed according to the
charge sheet, and I shall prove it
! in due course."
Diplomatic circles continued on
Tuesday to evince the greatest in-
terest in the case, particularly in
view of the fact that the trial of
Eichmann may involve other per-
sonalities here and abroad, who
had been associated with the work
of rescuing Jews from the Nazis,
during World War II.
Millen. Lee Nathans. Gary Pollack,
Sheiven Simonson. Robert Slewett,
Carol Snyderman, Eileen Stem-
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Volume 33
Friday. May 27. 1960
1 Siran 5720
Number 22
Celebraiion Of Shavuoth
Shavuoth is known as the 'Teast oi the
Weeks," and it falls exactly seven weeks after
the celebration of Passover.
Jews throughout the world will observe
Sharuoth beginning at sundown on Tuesday.
This holiday marks Moses' ascent of ML Sinai,
where God gave him the Ten Commandments
as the basis for the ethical system of Judaism.
Thus, Shavuoth is inextricably bound to
Jewish concepts of morality, which have since
sparked the development of many religions.
Were the Ten Commandments universally
respected in deed as they are presumably in
word, this would be a better world in which
to live. The celebration of Shavouth serves to
remind us that the time is fast approaching
when the gap must be closed, if men are to
survive.
The Capture of Eichmann
Some of the world's greatest powers have
been looking for Nazi war criminal Adolf Eich-
mann since he escaped from an Allied prison
camp in 1945.
It is just retribution of the biggest order
that the Government of Israel should have cap-
tured him.
The secrecy involving the details of his
arrest is understandable. Eichmann is a val-
uable catch. He undoubtedly has many friends.
He eluded the natural consequences of the law
before.
Eichmann's plea of innocence is laugh-
able, but his request for legal counsel is fan-
tastic. This butcher was directly responsible
lor the murder of hundreds of thousands of in-
nocent men, women and children simply be-
cause they were Jews.
They had no legal counselno recourse
to the simplest elements of justice.
Yet the wheels of democratic government
aie such that Isral will accord him counsel-
even foreign counsel if he so desires. But bar-
ring mishap, the sentence seems inevitable.
Capital punishment is banned in Israel, except
in cases involving crimes against the Jews.
Government spokesmen this week were care-
ful to point out this exception.
It is clear that a sentence of death is in
the minds of all for this bestial architect oi Nazi
murder.
Sen. Fulbright's Happy Day
The life of Sen. Fulbright is an interesting
one these days. He was the State Department's
instrument of resistance against the recently-
passed amendment to the Mutual Security Aid
Bill, which set its sights against UAR infraction
of international law.
In his effort to stymie the amendment. Ful-
bright took to the floor of the Senate to charge
Israel with possible corruption, especially in
the "mismanagement" of U.S. assistance funds.
The amendment passed, the Arkansas
Democrat departed on a flying trip to the Mid-
dle East, and wound up in Israel, where he
was wined and dined by government leaders.
Seemingly impressed with what he sawes-
pecially in the category of resettlement pro-
gramshe issued a press release that made
the wire services everywhere.
Once out at Israel, untempered by legisla-
tive defeat. Fulbright did it again. Whatever
he saw. and however impressed be may have
been, the fair-minded Senator placed the fault
of Middle East unrest squarely at the feet of
the Israelis. His solution?
His solution lay exactly in the area of
Jewish Slate activity he had praised hours be-
fore; it bad been a carefully-set plant. All the
tension between the Arabs and Israel, be sur-
mised, stems from the unresolved refugee
dilemma. Since Israel seemed so expert at
resettlino large numbers of people, why not
resettle the "homeless" Arabs?
It would clearly do no good to reempha-
size for the millionth time the history of Arab
refugee status and its true significance as a
continuing design in the war against Israeli
survivial. If Sen. Fulbright wanted these facts,
he would have had them long before.
Instead, he and the bright boys of the U.S.
State Department fit the facts to their prejudices,
and their prejudices were mainly against Is-
rael.

SWITCH m DIPLOMATIC TACTIC
In a move some three weeks ago to bring
light into darkness. Congressional leaders
urged an all-out investigation into the cor-
ruption surrounding Arab refugee status, forged
UNRWA cards, aid to refugees long dead, and
other such practices for which Uncle Sam is
paying heavily in foreign assistance.
These practices have been known for
years, as well as their intent: the retention of
a large body of shiftless, presumably stateless,
brooding people, artificially bolstered in a
mass refusal of repatriation for the purpose of
constituting a center of seething hatred and
possible aggression against Israel.
The State Department moved swiftly to
squelch the Congressional refugee inquiry.
During the Mutual Security Aid debate, it had
acted cautiously.
During the Mutual Security Aid debate, the
State Department seemed assured that the
amendment aimed at the United Arab Repub-
lic would be defeated. Word had been passed
down the line: Ike Eisenhower was against it
On the eve of the President's departure for
the now late lamented Summit Conference, he
reluctantly signed the new Mutual Security
Aid BUI. while unable to resist the impulse to
slap the hand of Congress: the amendment
should not have been included.
.
M0 MMttMCt TO PRINCIPLE
This time, the State Department didnot
underestimate the strength of Congressional
reasoneven where friendship for the Arabs
is concerned. This time, the Administration
laid it on the line:
Cut out Arab corruption in the refugee sit-
uation, and you compromise Arab friendship
tor the OS. Insist on a proper use of Amer-
ican assistance funds, and you score defeat for
the nation in the Middle East arena of diplom-
acy. r~~1
Where was the reference to principle? To
justice? To democratic belief? There was
none. Neither did Sen. Fulbright nor any of
Ajobdom's puppets here speak up. Especially
not Sen. Fulbright. who reserved his comment
for his trip out of Israelwhere he "solved" the
Middle East problem neatly: as usual, with Is-
rael the goat
during
the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
IT IS TO be hoped that the
cultural project of the
- the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds makes a
mark on the American Jewish
community. Such a mark is
sadly needed. We are ao long-
er the People* oVthe Book. We
are fund-raisers, instead. Our
philanthropic activities have
substituted for a well-formed
Jewish consciousness. This is
net in any way meant to denigrate the importance of charity. "Tzeda-
kak," as a matter of fact, is counted among the noblest of our good
deeds. But it is hardly their sum.
In a larger sense, however important may be our identification
with drives on behalf of Israel, uprooted Jews in Europe or North
Africa, and local needs, there are others of certainly equal urgency.
These principally revolve around the broad categories of education
and intellectual pursuit. If we do not water the roots of our past, our
vaulting illiteracy may yet overleap itself-catch up with a people
that has slurred its heritageand abandon us.
The danger is that we should someday halt in our frenetic phil-
anthropic activity and suddenly wonder what it all means. The tragedy
will lie in the fact that many are doomed to be stymied for an answer,
without a basic understanding of the reasons behind their fund-
raising, they may unceremoniously put a halt to participating in it.
Charity is not the sum of Jewish values; neither is fear of its
cessation an adequate reason for education. I do not plead that we
return to the realm of Jewish books and ideals on so crude a basis.
I merely suggest that ignorance can spell our doom as readily as a
dearth of funds.
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS of course abound in addition to those
** devoted exclusively to fund-raising for traditional charities. There
are "Jewish" foundations for heart, lungs, kidneys, nerves and a host
of other privileged parts of the human frame. There are fraternal
orders devoted to lofty ideals. There are synagogue-affiliated groups.
There are civic bodies of a wide variety.
The latter most often have nothing whatever to do with Jewish
affairsexcept that their members are predominantly Jews. This
represents a kind of voluntary segregation or ghettoization of an ex-
tremely reprehensible variety. But neither are the health, fraternal
and synagogue-affiliated organizations really much more Jewish
unless bowling, card-playing and other such enlightening activities
may be so regarded.
The bitterest sidelight with respect to the "cultural" expressions
of these bodies lies in their highly-touted if only occasional participa-
tion in what is laughably called a "book review" session. One need
merely look upon the titles they have chosen for studyall gleaned
from the trash heap of best-sellerdomto surmise the depth of their
failure so far as Jewish consciousness is concerned.
An even more agonizing phenomenon is the avidness with which
our spiritual leaders participate in such sessions as guest speakers
when, in fact, they should cry out against the practice and insist upon
discussing more nourishing material as a price for their appearance.
A particularly unsavory mark of the present Jewish "cultural"
pattern in this regard is the recent popularity of Harry Golden, editor
of the Carolina Israelite.
IT IS ALMOST symbolic of the times that Mr. Golden should'current-
ly acquire such fame. The rabbinic propensity for "book reviews"
seems similarly constitutedthe secret craving for urban sophistica-
tion brought to the hayseed atmosphere of suburban living. The rabbi
proves his agility in Freud and politics, thus avoiding the painful pro-
cess of having to deal with paralyzing notions like Jewish tradition.
Mr. Golden deals in the same coin. The source of his once true
worth is that it was exclusively his realm. The entire panorama of
human frailties was Mr. Golden 's touchstone. He wrote not always
well but most often wisely for an audience of intelligent readers. Then
came his best sellers, and he went to pot; for these are a potpourri
of Mr. Golden at his worst.
The titles of the books, themselves, conjure up a time in Amer-
ican Jewish history that was fraught with uncertainty. The East Side
ghetto, the poverty of tenement life, the broad horizon of immigrant
ambition frequently dreamed but less often fulfilledthese and other
aspects of the era are the bones of Mr. Golden s fleshy titles. But he
has gone beyond them to draw a picture of the American Jewish com
munity that is devastating for the Jew-and that is the substance of
the Gentile favor he craves and has found.
Mr. Golden may ad nauseum speak of *is vertical integration
plan-an admittedly clever thing-but the Jew he has limned is a
caricature. And this is his coin today-not the incisive comment for
which he was once known as an observer of the gamut of human ex-
perience.
WHAT HE DIO was to call upon Jewsand non-Jewsto laugh with
him. for satire is classically one of the finest of critical instru-
ments. But Mr. Golden has since found it infinitely more profitable
to laugh at them instead. And. when they do not laugh, he simply
whips them Thus, in a recent interview in the London Jewish Chron-
icle when he was briefly in Great Britain, it suited Mr. Golden to
lambast the American Jewish community. He did this, as he alwavs
*H!u ,J?f* m his 0wn esteem b>' ^iterating his now tired
charge tha American Jews fawn on their non-Jewish neighbors and
that they always fear what the Gentiles will say of them.
However much it may be true, the fact is that Mr. Golden, him-
self seems more fearful than any of us lest he lose the Gentile favor
he has finally earned. Intuitively recognizing that it is based on
.-?? ?Imbe".",n,edLW',h a ha,'""orous patina in which he cleverly
never fails to include himself. Mr. Gulden's editorializing now knows
no Dounds.
Pr*JiJi,|vafCTn, 7!.Um.n f his called 'The GoW*n p> 'or Greater
JaTSn for wi Mr r^T* "* "** f his verticaJ D,M- which hit
Germin R^.r P0""1 ^'"^ the SUCCeSS <* the $886,000,000
Sn^ of l.r,I?. Agrfmen- ** Ui-t it is the current sub-
w,H stseLSLt 'I""'" i and fMrfuUy Onions the day payments
SI TSJSfcy wou,d ** Mr f>co a bill ... for the prop-
S is1!"?1?1 by ,hc SP^rds from the Jews during
!*** fcl*jHp. MW-UML and after that would come the
a.~ tT ^ 1Eng,*nd s 'e would bring an immediate re-
sponse to the Israeli invoice for the monies confiscated
of JSiKSUfSSSl ** **! <>* good platform" for one
at eSS %?*' ,nd,ca,in "our historians can arrive
a tribu ed?o Jew- h f "! ulvo,ved All the glib characteristic.
outVageous Jra^Li a",,-Se,l* *a stock-inTrade here. Such
toZStjZwFZtS. Ti^T h,"L "**. "bile making unin-
=s ass* tr r roVhavf5 ~ -,he
harm M* Goldenv f^rWK ""d 8 bW,in- '""* AP* the
SmisconcSveJ l "J?"?* Crea,M by '^firming" Americans in
SlSn^rh W"rd JeW8' tt "dds t0 ,b "ore of "best-
pVop^o, ti ok is .hTh'"^"" bring ,beir "~ to **
perateh"etol u^r. y dJp ,h"r *** to ""ture"-a people des-
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Friday. May 27, I960
+Jewlst)fhrkUan
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Rabbis Denounce S. Africa Racism
LONDONThe Conference of Anglo-Jewish Ministers and
Preachers, putting aside-its-'trormal attention to theological issues, put
on record this" week a vigorous denunciation of the apartheid policy of
the Union of South Africa. ; --------------------------------
Dr. Israel Brodie. Chief Rabbi
of the British Commonwealth, ex-
pressed in his opening address the
solidarity of Britain's Jewish rab-
binical leaders with their col-
leagues in South Africa "who have
voiced their protests against the
instances of the callous application
of a doomed and disastrous pol-
icy."
He expressed the hope that the
South African government would
"modify and humanize" its
apartheid policy. The confer-
ence, attended by 60 rabbis, ap-
proved a resolution stressing
that South Africa's racial pol-
icies were "abhorrent" to Jew-
ish teachings and expressing the
hope that Premier Ve-rowerd
would try to find a just solu-
tion to the problem.
A re.'oJution protesting against
| "racial persecutions practiced by
the government of *he Union of
I South Africa" was adopted at a
meeting of the Jewish Community
in Bologna, Italy. Soundly de-
nouncing the South African govern-
ment, the resolution called upon
| all governments and private asso-
ciations throughout the world "to
support the fight of the South Afri-
can Negroes for equality."
Meanwhile, application of "ef-
fective sanctions," by the United
Nations against South Africa to
.orce an end to "its policy of sav-
agery'* in the treatment of non-
whites was urged by the Board of
Rabbis of Northern California in
San Francisco. The proposal was
embodied in a series of resolutions
announced by Rabbi Joseph Gitin,
of San Jose, president of the Board.
Declaring that "people of all
aiths, particularly our own." must
recognize "our religious responsi-
bility in South Africa." the rabbis
,said: "We Jews will remember the
i lack of moral action and initiative
when our co-religionists and others
were herded into concentration
camps. We pledge that we shall
,not be guilty of indifference to
the ordeal of the colored peoples
of the world."
i
The rabbis also extended sup-
port to "the organized non-vio-
lent demonstrations, such as the
sit-in strikes" conducted by Ne-
gro college students in Southern
cities in the United States, "as
a constructive method of arous-
ing the conscience of the Amer-
ican people to recognize the dig-
nity and rights of the individ-
I ual."
Commendation was extended in
another resolution to "those South-
ern communities which have rec-
jognized the unfair and undemo-
cratic character of segregation of
! the races and which are cooper-
ating in the process of desegrega-
tion."
Gurion's Bible Commentary Angers Agudists
Continued from Page 1-A
the only members voting in favor
of the motion. Members of the
National Religious Party, which
participates in the Government
coalition, voted against the mo-
tion on the grounds that the
Knesset was not a suitable for-
um for a discussion of the is-
sue. In setting forth his version
of the Exodus story, Mr. Ben-
Gurion stressed that his views
were personal ones.
In replying to the Agudah mo-
tion in the Knesset, the Premier
categorically rejected any sugges-
tion that his opinions were "anti-
biblical." His views on the Bible,
which were sharply attacked by
the religious press and in sermons
over the weekend, also included
the opinion that it was the Jews
who chose God and not God who
chose the Jews.
Despite their vote against the
non-confi. ence motion, leaders of
the National Religious Party as
well as "Hatzofe." the official or-
gan of the party, bitterly criticized
the Premier over his expressed"
I views challenging the Biblical of an individual, "and said he was
, statements. | just as proud of the Jewish past
as was Rabbi Levin. He added that
I the motion was not a subject for
| debate in. the Knesset "which can-
I not reconstruct the history of over
13,000 years."
Rabbi I. M. Levin, of the Agu-
dah, who introduced the motion,
begged the Prime Minister to
retract, describing Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion's theory as absurd and a
"HUM Hashem" (Desecration
of the Name.)
The Prime Minister, replying, re-
iterated that his views were those
He urged Rabbi Levin to respect
other views as he expected others
to respect his. The right wing He-
rut and the General Zionists ab-
stained in the vote.
Sailing for Haifa on. the maiden voyage of American Export
Lines' SS Atlantic, Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein, of the West
Side Institutional Synagogue (right), takes with him a Sefer
Torah. Presenting it to him in shipboard ceremony is Rabbi
David B. Hollander, chairman of the Greater New York Com-
mittee for Sifrei Torah and Religious Articles for New Settle-
ments in the Holy Land, which is sponsored by the Chief Rab-
binate and Ministry for Religious Affairs in Israel. On his
arrival, Rabbi Goldstein, who is national chairman of the com-
mittee, will give the Scrolls of Law to Rabbi Jacob M. Tola)--,
dano, Israeli Minister of Religion. Besides Israel, the Atlantic
calls at Spain, Italy and Greece.
3n tL JHil
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fable:
A large circus elephant was pa-
raded through the streets of the
town, and everyone looked with
amazemc-.t at the immensity of
the animal.
But a Lttle dog ran after the ele-
phant and barked. In reply to an-
other dog, who asked why he was
barking, the fist dog replied: "Let
there be talk among the dogs that
I must be very strong, for I bark
at an elephant."
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Friday. May 27, I960
Awards Go To Researchers
First 'Nanette Savage Award"
was presented at a "thank you"
coffee on Wednesday at the Miami
Heart Institute. ^_
Dr. Jean Jones Perdue, president
of the local chapter, "recognizing
the loyal and tireless efforts of
Mrs. Alfred Savage, decided to
gHa an award in her name to a
research investigator."
Mrs. Savage has been chairman
of the Heart Sunday committee
for the past three years. As chair-
man, she heads a group of 12.000
volunteer women workers who so-
licit funds during February. Heart
Month, to help the Heart Assn. ac-
complish its programs of research,
education and community service.
In the 1960 drive. Mrs. Savage
North Shore Jewish Center held its annual
graduation exercises for students of the daily
religious school during morning services last
Saturday. Exercises marked the culmination
of five years of study at the school. Gradu-
ating were Robert Eft, Lee Fruman. Sim Gran-
off. Gail Greenhouse. Henry Jacobson, Ivan
Jacobs. Judith Plotkin. Marsha Kronovet. Alan
Kurzweil. Charles Lmdenbaum, Jerry Lieber-
man. Candy Morse. David Rossman. Seymour
Roth. Michael Saffon and Marc White. Greet-
ings were extended by director of education
Zehev Lahav. and diplomas were presented
by Nathaniel Glickman. school board chair-
man. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual
leader of the congregation, charged the grad-
uates.
B-G, Sharett Lace into Zionist Org.
JERUSALEM(JTA)The Zionist organization "was a scaffold to
Jul the construction of Israel." Prime Minister David Ben Gunon de-
clared this week at a meeting of the central committee of his Mapai
Party "but scaffolds are taken away when the building has been com-
pleted." be added.
The Zionist Organization scaf- ------------------------------------------ '
Gunon continued, and some tend _.
to forget that the Zionist move- *"* would not on,y ra,s*
U> forget that the Zionist move-
ment has no objective of its own
but to build up the Jewish State."
The Israeli leader stressed dur-
the four-hour debate, that the
has arrived to recruit all the
Jewish people, on the basis of spe-
mditions prevailing in each
country, on behalf of work for I>-
The spirit that develops in
he stated, "is the only
' tool to bring about a revolu
support and love, but would also
give the Zionist movement its con-
tent."
Mothe Sharett, former Prime
Minister, who opened the discus-
sion, said met the alternatives
ere either to decide on the con-
tinuation of the movement and
in that case tho question was
that content should be given to
it; or elimination of the move-
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would be: What can replace It?
He said he fevered the first .1
ternjtiv*. but he
agreed that the Ml must
be given more content.
He noted that only in the United
States had the Zionist organization
failed to become the central or-
ganization of American Jews even
though "American Jewry has a
vivid communal life." In almost
all other countries, he said, the
Zionist organization was the center
of Jewish life. He proposed that
the Mapai Party should support
the extension of the Zionist move-
ment to include other national and
world Jewish organizations pre-
pared to agree to the Jerusalem
platform
Mr. Sharett said that Mapai
stressed that in addition to Zion-
ist organization efforts in connec-
tion with aid to Israel and foster-
ing Hebrew education, Zionist or-
ganizations also must imbue their
members abroad with the obliga-
tion of individual self-fulfillment
of the Zioni.Nt mission by investing
in Israel enterprises and by send-
ing their sons to Israel as well as
by migrating to Israel themselves.
The Prime Minister, saying he
agreed, declared he would add an-
other suggestion that Mapai favors
the organization to the Jewish
people in a general Jewish frame-
work for bringing Hebrew educa-
tion to the younger generation and
for strengthening Israel. He said
the second objective could be ob-
tained by Halutzic immigration,
investments and visits by Jewish
youth to Israel.
and her "army" of workers raised
a total of $106.98*
First recipient of the "Nanette
Savage Award" is Dr. Barbara 01-
son"Ttlving, a physiologist fro rr-
Coral Gables, who is doing
search on "Influence of the Cardi-.
ac Glycosides on Sonic Trans.
port." Dr. Alving is currently in-
structor in physiology at the Uni-J
versify of Miami medical school
Dr. Louis Lemberg, of Coral Ga-
bles, associate professor of -medi-
cine at the University of Miami
medical school, received the.
"Marianne Reynolds Heart A
ciation of Greater Miami Award*
for his research on "Biochemical
Studies on the Genesis of the In-
jury Potential in the Chick Em-
bryo Heart." Dr. Lemberg is past
president of the Heart Assn. of
Greater Miami.
A third award was presented to
Dr. Philip Samet. director of tr.e
cardio-pulmonary laboratory of
Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Mi-
ami, whose research project cov-
ers the "Effect of Venous Conges-
tion of the Extremities upon Blood
Volume. Cardiac Output and Right
Heart Hemodynamics."
Parents Bowling leafoe
Parents Bowling League of tem-
ple Beth Sholem of Hollywood
held a dinner in the DeauvMle ho-
tel's Casanova room on Wednev
day. Mrs. Saul Cactus was in
charge of arrangements.
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Friday, May 27, 1960
+JtnisF>nr rid/an
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Lee Ruwitch (left), general manager of television station
WTVJ. is a co-chairman of the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal
Advertising Division. He is shown tallying completed pledge
returns submitted by Louis Baida (center)" and Arthur Berke
(right) at a recent workers' luncheon. CJA-supported agencies
help over 55,000 people annually in Dade county alone.
Program Forming for Trip
Here of Foreign Minister
Continued from Page 1-A
ceremony of "Chag Habikurim" as
now celebrated in Israel.
A group of 50 Israel Bond
women leaders, designated as the"
"Golda Meir Honor Guard," will
take part in the ceremony. They
will carry heaping baskets of Is-
rael fruits and flowers, which they
will distribute to each of the tables
at the banquet.
This symbolic ceremony of Is-
rael's "milk and honey" will be
followed by a dramatic procession
of Israel Bond leaders as they are
introduced to Mrs. Meir. These
will be the men and women who
have helped make possible the de-
velopment of Israel's industry, the
"fruit" of modern "milk and hon-
ey" through their Israel Bond ef-
forts.
Narrator of the ceremony will
be Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. Also taking part
in the program will be Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom.
A highlight of the festivities will
be the dramatic reading of Israel's
Declaration of Independence by
Miss Janice Revitz, the teen-age
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Revitz.
Among Israel Bond leaders who
will take part in the "Procession
of Progress" ceremony are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Friedland, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Blank, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Orovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Thurman, Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mar-
cie biberman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby.
sr., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lachman.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Supworth, Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Revitz, Mr. and Mrs
I.ouis Rudnick, Rabbi and Mrs.
Yaakov Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Hy Galbut, Mr. and Mrs. Al Sher
man, Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Rus-
kin, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mr
jnd Mrs. Harry Harris, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Fcldman. Dr. and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi and
Mrs. Leon Kronish, Rabbi and
Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz.
Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lubarr, Mr.
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committee who will make recom-
mendations for changes in the
board of directors of the local
group.
The committee consists of Carl
Weinkle, Paul R. Gordon, Sam
Goldstein, Sidney Wasserman,
Jack W. Rabinovitch, Nathan Ku-
shin and Charles Goldberg.
Planning a program and activities
for the coming year were among
other items on the agenda, as well
as discussion of the advisability of
regular monthly meetings with
possible guest speakers.
Another highlight of the San Ma-
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U-2 Shooting Recalls Sinai Campaign
Continued from Pag* 1-A
well's neo-Nazis, wearing swas-
tikas, and scores of Arabs, Try-
ing hateful pfaeartfs, picketed Ti-
rael Premier Ben-Gurion. This
occurred on Ben-Gurion's recant
Washington visit. The Harvard-
Bred State Depa rt merit boys
found the arrti Israel picketing
dreadfully amusing.
While Ben-Gurion conferred in
the White House with Mr. Eisen-
hower. Nazis and Arabs marched
outside in a picket line. The
State Department apparently did
not find this "embarrassing" to
America's foreign relations.
When Khrushchev visited Wash-
ington, the State Department
saw to it that police swiftly squel-
ched pickets who might embar-
rass the Soviet guest. It was per-
missible, however, to wear swas-
tikas in front of Ben-Gurion.
The failure of the summit may
bring increased East-West ten-
sion with renewed efforts in the
Middle East of both major pow-
ers to curry Arab favor. Will
this be at Israel's expense? Israel
hopes that America will finally
implement its professed desire
for collective security. Will
Washington ever admit that Is-
rael, surrounded by pro-Soviet
Arabs, is worthy of some kind of
NATO-like status?
Will pro-Western Israel remain
ignored while Washington contin-
ues pursuit of illusory Arab
friendship?
Khrushchev is expediting his
drive to penetrate the Arab
world and Africa. He is already
"scheduled To* vis It The dark con-
tinent. There is no doubt but
that the Soviet Union has been
using the UAR throughout Africa
as its advance agent. Israel re-
mains a strategic focal point,
linking Asia and Africasepara-
ting Nasser from the Near East.
Ben-Gurion's main purpose
here was to secure a reduction
in the regional arms race and a
lessening of Arab-Israel tension.
The flow of Soviet arms to the
Arabs will increase in the wake
of the summit collapse. There is
no sign whatever that the United
States will budge from its refusal
to provide' balancing arms "to Is-
rael.
A new period of danger is indi-
cated for Israel. Yet there re-
mains the possibility that recog-
nition may finally come of Is-
rael's value as a trustworthy
friend of the West.
There may be references to
"brave little Israel" reminiscent
of "brave little Finland" of other
days. If such recognition is to
come, let it not be too little, too
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Israel Traps Nazi Butcher Eichmann
Continued from Page 1 A
people" and for crimes "against I
humanity." Thus Eichmann faces
the possibility of a death sentence >
if convicted.
The capture of Eichmann and
mo promised trial hit all of Is-
rael as one of the most sensa-
tional events in many years. A
special meeting of the Cabinet
was held Monday afternoon. Mr.
EervGurion is understood to have
revealed to the members of the
Cabinet some details in connec-
tion with the capture of Eich-
mann which he had not mention-
ed in his Knesset announcement.
All that has been revealed pub-
licly thus far is that Eichmann
was not under arrest anywhere
else outside Israel, and that he
was not brought here through
extradition proceedings.
Minister of Justice Pinhas Rosen
revealed .that Eichmann has al-
ready been brought for a hearing
before a magistrate at Jaffa. At!
the hearing, he admited his iden-
tity and asked whether he will be
permuted to obtain his own de i
tense counsel. He was assured,
according to Mr. Rosen, that he
would be allowed to defend him-1
eh* properly. It is believed that j
he may try to obtain an attorney |
from some country outside Israel. |
Mr. Rosen said Eichmann will be
permitted to retain foreign coun- j
eel it he wants to do so.
"He is being kept under closest
guard," Mr. Rosen stated, but be j
declined to reveal the place of |
Eichmann's confinement or any de-:
tails about how. when and where i
he was apprehended and arrested.:
"He looks quite healthy," the Min- j
fetor added. "He has not yet indi-1
cated the type of defense he in-1
tends to enter. His charge sheet i
is being drafted so as to speed bis
trial. The detention order was is-
6ued at Jaffa Monday morning. He
will be indicted for crimes against
the Jewish people'."
Asked what form of execution
Eichmann would face, if convicted
Mr. Rosen replied: "Presumably,
he would be hanged." However, I
the Minister said he would prefer
r.ot to discuss, as yet, the possible
sentence for Eichmann. "1 want to;
avoid prejudicing the case." be
stated, 'in spite of whatever feel-
ings prevail in regard to the man."
Eichmann hat been the object
of a worldwide search ever since
he escaped from an American
camp at Regentburg, Germany,
after the collapse of the Nazi
regime in 1945. A reward of
$20,000 for information leading
to the arrest of Eichmann has
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Theological Seminary oi America. Award ceremonies were
Sunday evening at the Eden Roc hotel, with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, spiritual leader oi Temple Emanu-El. making the presen-
tation. Looking on (left to right tare Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
of North Shore Jewish Center, and president oi the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Assn.; Rabbi Seymour Fox. associate dean.
Teachers College oi the Seminary; Benjamin Sive, the recipi-
ent's son; and Samuel Kling, columnist for The Jewish Flor-
idian. and noted authority on marriage.
been a standing offer here far a
number of years. The reward
' offer was potted by the Jewish
Documentation Center, which
collects the record* of Jewt ev-
terminated during the Nazi holo-
caust and of Naiis responsible
for the matt murder of Jews.
As the chief "expert" on Jewish
aiairs in the Gestapo, the Nazi se-
cret police, and as head of the
special department set up in the
Gestapo to supervise the "final
solution" of the Jewish question
the mass extermination of Euro-
pean Jewry Eichman had direct
and personal responsibility for the
extermination of hundreds of
thousands of men, women and chil-
dren.
Eichmann was born in 1907 in
the German Templar colony of
Sarona. in then Turkish-held Pal-
estine, and learned to speak He-
brew, Yiddish and Arabic fluently.
His family moved to Austria when
he was a young man, and he be-
came active in the Nazi movement
there. When the Austrian govern-
ment outlawed the Nazi Party.
Eichmann joined the Gestapo as
an espionage agent and became a
specialist in Jewish affairs, serv-
ing as special aide on Jewish mat-
ters to Reinhardt Heydrich, com-
mander of the Gestapo.
As a Gestapo agent, Eichmann
;was largely responsible for bring-
ing together the fugitive Mufti of
Jerusalem, Haj Am in el Husseini,
and Nazi leaders. This resulted in
the formation of a Moslem Divis-
ion recruited by the Mufti, to fight
with the Nazis against the Allies.
; After his escape from "Germany.
Eichmann was reported in Egypt.
I where he was active in recruiting
; former Nazis for service against
' Israel. He was subsequently re-
ported at various other points in
the Middle East, and also in Ar
gentina. His wife and three chil-
dren were reported living in Pra-
' gue, Czechoslovakia.
When the Nazi regime set up a
"Central Bureau for Jewish Emi-
Igration" in Vienna, to organize the
rounding up and deportation of
Austrian Jews. Eichmann was put
in charge. He later performed
similar services in Prague and in
Berlin. When the Nazi powers
agreed on the "final solution"
the extermination of the Jews
Eichmann was given command of
Division IV B 4 of the Gestapo,
:he agency entrusted with the task.
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Memorial Day Service for Vets
Annual student concert presented by their in-
structor. Mrs. Harold Robin. 2250 SW 28th st..
featured the following: Left to right (upper row)
ate Rochelle Lerner. Evelyn Offenbach, Vicki
Stemerman, Nora Feldman. Mrs. Harold Ber-
ney, Larry Stein, Warren Berney, Henry Dre-
vich, Betsy Leisenring, Roy Bram. Mrs. Man-
uel LubeL Zelda Fleishman, Bill Christiansen,
Joyce Gold, Sybil Sernaker, Vicki Ilmonen,
Fred Berney, Robert Covin, Mrs. Michael
Covin. Lower row are Mrs. Robin, Rita Gross-
berg, Mari Grossberg, Mark Stein, Jo-Ann
Lerner, Judy Offenbach, Harriet Offenbach,
Geraldine Goren, Georgia Kemp, Deborah
Lubel, Marlene Marks, Shirley Drevich, Judy
Grossberg.
Goldstein Offers Case for Single Jewish Voice
Continued from Paoe 1 A
ica is the national coordinating
agency of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis, the Rabbin-
ical Assembly of America, the
Rabbinical Council of America,
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, the Union of Orth-
odox Jewish Congregations of
America, and the United Syna-
gogue of America.
Rabbi Abraham M. Heller,
chairman of the General Aittm.
bly Committee, said: "While roe-
aniline; the existing legitimate
difference in ideology and) modes
Of expression among nation* I
Jewish organizations, the Syna-
gogue Council and its constitu-
ent organizations tfrongly be-
Here that American Jewry must
possess a community interest
with a democratic, collective
voice reflecting the will of the
various Jewish groupings."
In a paper viewing the Ameri-
can Jewish community from the
perspective of previous Jewish
communal organizations, Dr. Sid-
ney B. Hocnig, Professor of Jew-
i.sh History at Yeshiva University,
proposed the revival of a system of
regional communities, uniting di-
verse groups of congregations and
denominational branches of Jewry j
into one body of general Jewish;
identification. "The creation of a
unified community will not only
revitalize Jewry internally but
would also, by eliminating present-
day pseudo-spokesmen for Juda-
ism, result in setting up an au- i
thoritative voice for the Jewish |
people in America," he stated.
Dr. Israel Goldstein listed as
"the major commitments of the
American Jewish community in
the hierarchy of existing priorities,
the Synagogue, including Jewish
education, Jewish philanthropy, aid
to Israel, anti-defamation activi-
ties, concern with other Jewish
communities in the world, contact
with other non-Jewish groups in
the United States and concern
with the traditional American pro-
tection of minority races and
creeds."
Dr. Goldstein termed the cur-
rent religious revival superficial
and urged that "American rabbis
should be more critical and more
demanding." He called for an in-
fENSE NERVOUS
tensification of Jewish religious
practice and religious education.
He also urged greater support for
the higher institutions of Jewish
learning. Next to the Synagogue,
he singled out philanthropy as tbe
most vital commitment. He urged
the Jewish leader to resist the
temptations to "overspend for lo-
cal needs" with the result that vi-
tal needs abroad are either neg-
lected or supported on a bare sub-
sistence level. He called for a pro-
per balance between domestic and
overseas needs.
"For most American Jews
support of Israel is more than
philanthropy," Rabbi Goldstein
declared. When a Jew contrib-
ute* to Israel, he declared, he
does so wfth a different feeling
than when he contributes to a
hospital or a children's home.
"Whether fie realizes it con-
sciously or not, its existence and
its record enhance his own sta-
ture in the eyes of the world and
in his own eyes," ho said. He
also called for greater attention
to the Jewish communities in the
Soviet Union, in other Commu-
nist states in Eastern Europe,
and in North Africa. "All these
should be placed more challeng-
ly on the agenda of American
Jewry's interest and concern.
Philip Bernstein, executive di-
rector of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
cited areas in which American
Jewish communities have devel-
oped central community organiza-
tions. "Nationally," he said, "we
have achieved entirely voluntarily
a substantial measure of coopera-
tion in virtually every major
field, or at least the basic struc-
ture has been established for co-
operation."
Rabbi Bernard Bamberger, pres-
ident of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, spoke of the
need to stress the spiritual tone of
the synagogue rather than the
financial. "In this connection I
challenge the concept of tbe 'ca-
tering synagogue' an institution
justified neither in Jewish tradi-
tion nor general American prac-.
tice," he said.
He also urged the communities
to develop a proper relationship
with their rabbis "for whether we
like it or not Jewish life is heavily
dependent on the rabbis. The rabbi
suffers now from insecurity and
lack of dignity, now from over-
adulation. Above all, his functions
are not defined and his role as
teacher is often ignored."
Rabbi Bamberger pointed out
that Jews were sustaining losses
through mixed marriages and in-
adequate natural growth. "We
need numbers for sheer survival,"
he said. "On the higher level, the
Department of Florida, Jewish
j War Veterans of the United States,
, will hold its annual Memorial Day
services on Sunday, 11 a.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery. The public is
invited.
Hy M. Morris, vice commander
for the Fourth region, and a past
department commander, is in
charge of the program, and parti-
cipating will be the color guards
of all Jewish War Veterans posts
in South Florida.
The services will conclude
with the firing of the traditional
three volleys, by the Department
Firing Squad under command
of Maj. Ray Seeman. Taps will
be blown by Albert Stuart and
Michael Dresner.
Graves of all veterans of the
Jewish faith, in cemeteries
throughout Greater Miami, will be
decorated with American flags on
Memorial Day.
Participating in the services will
be Rabbi Alfred Waxman, honor-
ary chaplain of the Jewish War
Veterans, Department of Florida,
assisted by Rabbis B. Leon Hur-
witz, Max Lipschitz, Morton Malav-
sky and Morris Skop.
Along with the services, will be
tbe dedication of a Memorial Shaft
which has been erected at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery, in memory of the
departed servicemen of all wars
in which the nation has engaged.
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Pearly Gait j
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TALEfNT TO 9PA*>: The magic glow of show business has never
shone more brightly than in the amazingly versatile talents of a small
company of performers who have been astounding critics and audiences
alike around the world.
They are the Israeli Revuers making their first appearance in the
United States on Friday at the DiLido hotel, where they will display
their theatrical art three nights running. Focal point of the quartet
i> a 16-year-old bundle of feminine energy. Rita Reisch. A sinser,
dancer, actress, and comedienne. Rita has been extolled by ebullient
reviewers on four continents.
She has appeared in two motion picture*, Israeli made, "Hill 24
Doesn't Answer," and "The Juggler," starring Kurt Douglas. Only
two days ago she was in Hollywood affixing her signature to a con-
tract to co-star with Mexico's great Cantirtflas, in a feature to be
made south of the border.
With Rita in the troupe is her mother, Mina Yurman, a singer and
dancer of- European fame for many years.
A couple of years ago two outstanding Argentine Jewish singers
and comedians. Isidor Horuwtcz and Bernard Sauer. were performing
in Israel when they first met Rita and her mother. They were amazed
by the versatile and vivid talents of the teen-age beautyand in no
time put together a revue of their own making.
Se convinced were they of the abundant talents of the young girl
making a hit wherever she played, they mapped out an ambitious
schedule. They proved themselves correct. The Israeli foursome al-
ready has toured South Africa, the capitals of Europe, practically the
entire South American continent, Central American and Mexico.
The talented Rita, who only spoke Hebrew and German when she
met and joined the company, picked up Spanish on the tour, and now
speaks it like a native. Most amazing part of their long-touring record
i:; that more Gentiles than Jews have seen the foursome and have re-
acted as spontaneously as the latter when viewing the rich stove of
talents or display.
Greater Miami is in for a special theatrical treat when the four
bow at the DiLido Friday night, in the Grand ballroom. Irving Pietrack
the master arranger and conductor, has scored the show and will con-
duct the orchestra. Jay Fine, of the Nautilus Motel, is master of cere-
monies. This is international entertainment heartily recommended for
the entire family. Don't miss this rare stage show, running three
nights, Friday through Sunday.

NAMES MAKE NEWS: Dr. J. R. Schwartz is one man who be
lieve* lige begins with retirement. The former dentist, who reside?
on Treasure Island, never has been so busy, including the years wher
he was treating molars. He has had two boks published recently. "Or
chard Street" (New York City) and "On the Wings of an Eagle" (about
Israel). He has also authored six textbooks and two technical bra
cfcures now in libraries of dental schools throughout the United States
and many foreign nations. He is also a talented artist and has had
several exhibits. (Did he say he was retired?)
Ron LeVine, of the Robert L. Turchin building organization, who
has been to Mexica the past two summers, eyeing brochures from that
colorful coontry again. Another trip to Mexico. Ron?
Bayshere golfers still talking about the fairway proficiency of
Dr. Julian Rickles, who regained the club championship by topping
Frank Strafaci two-up in the 36 hole match play competition.
The smooth swinging surgeon was never hotter on the fairway:
and preens, shooting a three-under par 69 for the first 18 holes.
Laughs were to the fore at the delightful house party hosted by
Julius and Ruth Kasdin a couple of nights ago. Among the guests wer<
t! e Paul Pollaks. Rusty Weinger (who heads north to take over an exec
utive post in a New York resort in mid-June), attorney Shirley Wolfe
htr client and close friend. Martha Raye. Mrs. Willie Kolmer (Kolmer
Marcu-i. and Dr. Murray Reckson. (whose wife, Honey, is touring
F,urope with Mrs. Larry Paskow. of Harbor Island Spa).
Alan H. Rothstein, Miami Beach attorney, has been named city
prosecutor, on the staff of City Attorney Joseph Wanick. He joins Mel
\y B. Frumkes, who was appointed in March.
Councilman Harold B. Spaet and son Hal among the Bayshore
father and son twosomes. Ray Chisling probably onm of the most
improved golfers on the Beach. A year or so 090 he had a 12-handi-
cap. Today he's shooting consistently in the 70** and has earned a
7-handicap rating. Shot a 74 last Sunday, playing with Seymour
Weiss, Charley Maxwell and Harry Auslander. By th way, Harry's
proud of his wife's big improvement in the game. Now plays in all
the Thursday women's events. Fairways and greens in great shape
again at Bayshore.
Nat Strass back on the job part-time at his Duro-O-Matic firm in
Bialeah after undergoing surgery recently.
Nat Feinberg. the tile man. wil have some of his Marnay's. Ltd..
creations on exhibition at the Chicago. Furniture Show next month.
He'll be on hand to display his wares.
* *
FILM FARE: "The 400 Blows," another French cinematic triumph.
is now at (he Mayfair. Trie story deals with the dramatic plight of an
illegitimate boy and his unrelenting mother.
Another package of celluloid dynamite, "Wild River," directed by
Elia Kazan, explodes on the screens of the Carib, Miracle and Miami
Theatres starring Montgomery Clift, Lee Remick and Jo Van Fleet.
Olympit. Beach and Gables Theatres presenting a suspense film,
"Circus of Horrors," imported from Europe, with many chilling mo-
ments. In color, too.
* *
TIPS ON TABLES: Henry Leitson, of the Candlelight Inn, reports
the specialty of the house, thick, juicy prime ribs of beef, sold out
almost every night.
That imposing refrigerated dessert table at the Bonfire always
holds an eye-filling array of pastries, fruit compotes and other tasty
climaxes to dinner at the 79th st. Causeway dining spot. But they
don't last long.
Steaks, roasts and chops ara Included in the American plan spe-
cial opening rates at no extra charge at the new kosher Cromwell
hotel, under the direction of Abe Getter.
New summer policy now in efect at Michel's kosher restaurant in
Normandy Isle. Spot's open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays
only, from 4 to 9 p.m.
Harold Pont and Irving Gordon busy working overtime to meet
catering demands for May and June engagement and wedding parties.
Al Goldman, of Fu Manchu, splitting time between his 71-st st. Fu
Manchu and his new spot, now being readied in Hollywood. Needs a
JieJiocopter, that man does, to get around.
Beth Shok>m Men Install Officers
SAHfOKD FKUD
Miami Jaycees
Elect Freed Head
Sanford "Sandy" Freed, 32, has
een elected president of the Mi
imi Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Fred will be officially sworn into
iffice when the Jaycees hold their
innual installation banquet this
Saturday evening in the Starlight
-00m of the Biscayne Terrace ho
'el. A capacity crowd is expected
o be on hand to hear past State
laycee president Burton Thornal.
if Miami, handle the installation
chores.
Freed, an attorney, is a native
Miamian and has been an active
Jaycee for the past seven years.
Legal counsel for the club, he was
recently appointed utilities coun
el and chairman for the West-
chester Civic Assn.
Freed attended Miami Senior
High School and the University
of Florida, where he received
his Bachelor of Science and Bus-
iness Administration degrees in
mt. In 1953. he received his law
degree there. His honors in col-
lege included membership in
the highest fraternal order,
Florida Blue Key, Hall of Fame,
member of the student legisla-
ture,Lyceum Council, Tau Epsi-
lon, and Phi Alpha Delta.
During the 1953 session of the
legislature. Freed was a specia
ssistant to Atty. Gen. Richard Ir
vin.
Freed resides with his wife. Mar
lyn. at 1405 SW 82nd pi. They have
hree children.
Minyonaires Will
Close Season
Final session and program of
he Miami Hebrew Minyonaires
Mub will be held this Sunday.
Election of oficers for the com-
ng season will take place. New
eature next year will be a Junior
"fowling League.
Sixteen boys from Bar Mitzvah
through 15 years of age constitute
he weekly program of the Miny-
lires under the guidance of Rabbi
Herschell Saville.
Jack Stupp has been president,
vhile Bernard Klein and Edward
Pulver served as vice presidents.
Olficers and directors of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sho-
lom were to be installed on Thurs-
day evening at a dinner in the
Algiers hotel, with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating.
President is David Drucker. Oth-
ers are vice president-. Jack Fink,
Harold Granoff. Sidney D. Ross,
secretary, Morris Grossman; cor-
responding secretary, Joe Alter;
treasurer. Sam Marlin.
Board of directors are Jack Ab-
bott, Harry Rarkin. Dr. Ralph
Cobb, Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, Irving
Goodman. David Grossberg, Mur-
ray Herlands. Frank Kamen, Har-;
ry Lack, Marvin Lewis, Manny
Luck, Morris Miller, Dav d Mim.
kat, Joseph Pardo, Philb p0slcl
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PORTRAIT Of A FOREIGN MtNtSTH: PART I
Go/da's Contribution:
Israel's Friendly Ties
With African Nations
GOtDA MEIR COMES TO GREATER MIAMI JUNE 9 TO PRESENT
THIS COMMUNITY WITH "DBCADt CITY AWAKD." SEE PA6E 1-A.
One of Golla Meir's outstand-
ing achievements as a states-
woman is Israel's policy of rend-
ering economic assistance to the
underdeveloped lands of Asia and
Africa. This far-sighted program,
which has generated many vital
friendships for Israel in areas of
growing world importance, was
inaugurated and nurtured by Is-
rael's Foreign Minister, who will
I be the guest of honor at an Israel
I Bond dinner in Miami on Thurs-
|day, June 9.
When Mrs. Meir carries
|through a program as far-reach-
ig as this one, she does not do
by remote control or by send-
ig subordinates to deal with the
new nations involved. Recogniz-
the strategic value of friend-
with the new countries of
and Africa, she has visited
iany of these lands to add her
eraonal touch to the task of lin-
up this new force in close
dentification with Israel.
As a result Israel has establish-
a far-flung system of techni-
cal assistance in this region. In
Shana, the Ghana National Con-
struction Co., owned 60 per cent
the Ghanese government and
per cent by the Israeli Feder-
Lion of Labor, has been the con-
ptent low bidder in major con-
viction projects, most recently
$5,000,000 international airport
|t Accra.
Divtrse Interests
Israel jointly sponsored Ghan-
a's shipping line, the Black Star
Line, and has since turned it over
to full Ghanese ownership after
getting it into operation. In Ni-
geria, Israeli investors are tak-
ing an important part in water de-
velopment projects. In Guinea, Is-
raeli interests are helping mar-
ket the output of the country's
diamond mines. In Liberia, Israel
is aiding in the construction of a
new $3,500,000 hotel in Monrovia.
In Ethiopia, Israeli engineers are
rendering decisive assistance to
the country's road-building pro-
gram, and may soon be assisting
in a major slum-clearance pro-
gram in the capital. Addis Ababa.
The success of this program is
but another reflection of the sta-
ture and effectiveness of Golda
Meir. Her approach to her work
for Israel and her leadership
in building Israel goes back more
than thirty years has invari-
ably been imaginative and cre-
ative. Her unique qualities of
leadership and initiative have
gained her widespread recogni-
tion as one of Israel's outstand-
ing personalities. At the same
time, her warm personality and
her abiding sense of humility
have made her one of her coun-
try's most beloved figures be-
loved not only in Israel but by
millions all over the world.
Fijht Afainst Bigotry
As Foreign Minister of the
State of Israel, conferring with
the top leaders of the world's
great powers, representing her
country at crucial moments be-
fore the United Nations, she has
helped create an image of Israel
as a forceful spokesman for de-
mocracy and peace. Under her
guidance, Israel has maintained
its lines of communications with
almost all the non-Arab nations
of the world, although there have
been many forces seeking to sev-
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The woman who has recorded
these historic achievements is a
native of Russia, whose family
came to this country to escape
the antti-Semitic pogroms which
took place under the Czar. The
anti-Semitic episodes which she
witnessed as a child had their
lasting impact on her.. She de-
termined vry *tfy to devote
herself to the fight against those
who wofd attack *** efatote the
Jewc, aad she decrded early 4n
Ife that Mw creation ef Jewish
State in Palestine must te tee
answer to the problem of her peo-
ple.
Golda grew up in America,
taught school for a time in Mil-
waukee, and went to Palestine
in 1921 with her husband to work
in a kibbutz, or cooperative set-
tlement, called Merhavia. There
she was a housewife, raising her
two children, until her talents as
an organizer and orator came to
the attention of the leaders of the
Jewish community. In 1928, the
Histadrut called her to serve as
Secretary of the Moatcot Hapoa-
lot, the Women's Labor Council,
and her career of public service
was launched.
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Friday, May 27, lggg

Bureau's Annual Meeting to Feature
Election and Presentation of Awards
Annual meeting of the .Bureau
ot Jewish Education will highlight
three events. The meeting will be
held at the Fontainebleau hotel on
Monday at 7:45 p.m.
Featured will be the installation
ol re-elected officers, who include
M. A. Baskin. president; Charles
E, Gottlieb. Leo Robinson, Mrs.
Louis Glasser and Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, vice presidents: Seymour
B Liebman, secretary; Joseph
Cohen, treasurer; Louis Heiman,
Max Meisel. Benjamin Meyers and
Matilda H. Ratner, past presidents;
Sol Goldman, honorary president;
Harold Thurman. Harry Simon
hoff. Joseph Duntov and Ehicl
L.sowoder. honorary vice presi-
dents.
They will be installed by Arthur
Rosichan. executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Mrs. Malvina Liebman, director
of elementary education, Dade
County Schools, will install new
officers of the Council of Parent-
Teachers Assns. of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Officers include Mrs. Charles
Rosenberg. Temple Judea. presi-
dent; Mrs. B. L. Fabric. Temple
Nor Tamid. Mrs. Joseph Abelow.
Temple Emanu-EI. Mrs. Nathan
Dubler. Beth David, and Mrs.
Mickey Leb. Congregation of Mon-
ticello Park, vice presidents; Mrs.
Leon Eisenman. Tifereth Jacob.
Hialeah. corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Liebman will also greet the
retiring president, Mrs. Max
Handshu.
Finals in the National Bible Con-,
test will be held in both Junior
and Senior Divisions. Contestants
wno will compete for the regional
first prize include Jonathan C.'
Shamres. Miss Marsha Goldberg [
and David Enoch Luchins. Junior
Division; Stuart Herman Werner,
.l-ssica R. Hurwitz and Jordan
Kelemer, Senior Division. Winners
will be eligible to compete in the
national contest to be held in New.
York City on June 12.
Contest will be under the direc-
tion of Louis Schwartzman. execu-
tive director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
Sam Heiman. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
will present awards to winners of
the Bureau's annual Essay-Art
Contest. Prize winners were select-'
e essays on "Combined Jewish Ap-!
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pea I--and the Meaning-of Tzeda-
kah." and will include the follow-
ing:
Elliot Bachman. Hebrew Acad-
emy; Morton Braverman. Hebrew
Academy; Leslie Fuchs. Hebrew
Academy; Frances L. Greenberg,
Hebrew Academy; Michael Stark
and Jimmy Harris. Beth Am; Jill
Manoff, Beth Sholom; Jacqueline
Sams, Beth Sholom: Linda Stern.
North Shore; Rosalyn Streifer,
Beth Am. in the Art Contest.
Joe Abromovitz, Flagler-Grana-
da; Marsha Rae Ball. Monticello
Park; Ivan Esterman, Hebrew
Academy; Howie Gittelson. Beth
Am; Tina Genandes. Flagler-Gra-
nada; Philip Gold. Beth David;
Sindy Harris, Temple Emanu-EI;
and Richard Lee Walzer. Beth Sho-
lom. in the Essay Contest.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-EI. will salute the Hebrew
teachers of the community who
have given ten years of service to
the profession, and special awards
will be presented, culminating in
the celebration of "Yom Ha-Mo
reh"Teacher's Day. Awards will
be presented to:
Mrs. Miriam Anisfeld. Temple
Emanu-EI; Rabbi Shimon Azulay.
Hebrew Academy; Mr. Zvi H. Ber
man. Beth David; Mr. I. M. Cen
ter. Mrs. Fay Feinstein. Ner Ta
mid; David Freedman, Hebrew
High School; George Goldberg
Temple Judea; Miss Nettie Gold
stein. Beth Sholom; Mrs. Sho
shannah Greenberg. Hebrew Acad
emy.
Rabbi Morns Horovitz. Hebrew
Academy; Dr. Joseph Hurwitz
Beth El; Benjamin Kaminetzky
Kneseth Israel: Mrs. Bracha Kap
Ian. Beth David; Mrs. Rcbecc:
Kelemer, Miami Hebrew Congre
gation; Rev. Maurice Mamches
Beth Jacob; Mr. and Mrs. Harrj
Perach-Kwitney. Hebrew Acad
emy; Mr. and Mrs. Saul Porush.
Hebrew Academy and Coral Waj
Jewish Center; Mrs. Norma Ro
binowitz. North Shore; David Ro
senfeld. North Shore; Gregory Zvi
Rosenkranz, Beth David; Mrs.
Rahel Ross, Beth David.
Mrs. Malka Robbins. Temple
Judea; Menachem Roth. Hebrew
High School; Meyer Samberg,
Temple Emanu-EI; Irving Shalom,
Israelite Center; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Z. Stadlan. Hebrew Academy; Na-
than Stern. Temple Emanu-EI;
Mrs. Zahavah Sukenik. Hebrew
Academy; Mrs. Ruth Wagner,
Flagler-Granada; Bernard Wind,
Workmen's Circle: and Mrs. Frie-
da Zyss, Temple Zion.
Annual meeting will conclude
with a Halil concert of teachers
and students under the direction
of Menachem Roth, and a supper
snack, with dietary laws observed.
Chairman of arrangements for the
meeting is Miss Sue Berkowitz.
M. A. Baskin, Bureau president,
will chair the meeting.
1960 winners of the Frank L. Weil Awards of
the National Jewish Welfare Board presented
during JWB's biennial national convention in
St. Louis, Mo. Left to right are Mrs. Hugo Dal-
sheimer. Pikesville, Md., chairman of the Jeru-
salem YM & YWHA building fund committee,
who received the award "for distinguished
contribution to the advancement of the Jewish
Community Center movement," Mrs. Leonard
H. Bernheim, New York, chairman of JWB's
Women's Organizations' Division, who receiv-
ed the award "for distinguished contribution to
the welfare of Jewish personnel in the U.S.
Armed Forces," Halpern Leivick, New York
world-famed Yiddish poet and playwright; and
Dr. A. W. Binder, New York, renowned com-
poser, conductor and teacher, who both re-
ceived the award "for distinguished contribu-
tion to the development of American Jewish
culture."
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Vmerican Legion, Department of
Florida, will hold secand annual
Memorial Day services for veter-
ins of all faiths at Dade Memo-
ial Park, 1301 W. Opa-Locka
)lvd.. on Monday. 10 a.m.
Services will memorialize the;
our chaplains of World War II,
vho turned their lifejackets over
o soldiers lacking them on the
?eth David
Registration Set
Beth David "Gan Yeladim" is
accepting registration now for the
next school year beginning in Sep.
tember.
' wv-cs in nursery and kinder-
jarten are limited in number.
hildren 3 to 5 years of age are
iccepted. "Gan Yeladim" offers: i
An integrated program of secu-j
ar and Jewish training, opportu-
lities to live and play together in
i proper environment which en-
ourages growth, and an opportu-
ne to develop positive Jewish at-!
.itudes.
Kindergarten offers a reading-!
readiness program to prepare
children for the first grade of pub-,
lie school.
sinking Troop Ship Dorchr-ster on
Feb. 3. 1943, and died in the cold
Arctic waters.
Chaplains were George L. Fox,
Alexander D. Good*. Clark V.
Poling, and John P. Washington.
Exemplifying the four chaplains
will be Rev. Homer G. Lindsay,
jr.. N. W. Baptist Church; Rabbi
David W. Herson, Beth Emeth Con-
gregation; Rev. Father Dixon. St.
James Parish; and Rev. J. a.
Swinson, Vicar, Holy Angeh,
Northwood St. Kevans, Opalockj!
Commander of the post for 1959.
60 is Richard Lang Larr> Webster
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GEMS OF WISDOM
Israel itself is a prophet, is itself
|the prophetic race. pf.guy
'-.
The Jewish tuition is to the
\ whole inhabited world what ihe '
| priest a to the state. piiilo
*
VSc JfWnire. at it weTi, the"7ins *
of the revolution, the daughters of
I the revolution. We should be
aware of it. We can always be I
\uhat Dr Toynbee calls a 'creative
\minor\ty." BAECK.
*
To be a Jew It a destiny.
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To be a Jew is to be strong with
\a ttrength that has outlined perse-
|. iinonv. It 1$ to be wise against ig- :
norance. honest against piracy.
\harmlets against ei'il, industrious
against idleness, timd against cruel-
ly- BOTTOM E.
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The Jewish people in the Dias-
pora it the herald of inter-
|uutional reconciliation and amity.
\s a people of peoples, it is the I
Ivmbi.l of the "metahistorical" aim
\f mankind. BREUER.

Judaism was a normal school to
rain up teachers for the whole
torld. CHANNINC.
*
The descendants of the teachers -
religion and martyrs of the faith
ire not be insignificant, not to
|y wicked. dubnow. -
*
I Today every Jew feels that to be -
I Jew means to bear a serious re- I
|onsibilify not only to hu own
iraunily, but also toward hu- :
^nity. EINSTEIN.
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Jews, belonging at they do to a
notify group, can best fulfill the |
action of the constructive critic: _,
\y are less conditioned than other
to accept things as they are.
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VISIT OF THE JEWISH
THEATRE FROM POLAND
Ctaly several thousand Jews have
ernained in Poland but it has a
ewish national theatre which is
f a high standard. The Polish Gov-
rnincnt assists the Jewish Thea-
e, and its performances are at-
nded by many non-Jews, as it is
ne of the best theatres in Poland.
The leading actress of the Jew-
h theatre is Ida Kaminska. Be-
>re the war, Ida Kaminska acted
1 a well-known theatre in War-
aw. During the war she fled to
Moscow, and after she returned in
he year 1948 she founded the Jew-
sh National Theatre in Warsaw.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
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h^eliaioMS Shavuoth Should Encourage
Pride in Jewish Heritage
By RABBI MORRIS SKOP
Temple Judea
Next week, Jewish people
throughout the world will com-
memorate the Festival of Weeks-
seven weeks after Passover
known as Shavuoth. In ancient
times, it was one of the Pilgrimage
Festivals when the first fruits were
brought to the Temple in gratitude
for the blessings of God in Nature.
Today, pilgrimages are made in
visits to the Land of Israel. In
many temples and synagogues, the
"first fruits" are symbolized by the
impressive Confirmation ceremon-
ies, where the products of ten
years of religious and Hebrew
training are our finest Jewish
youth.
Shavuoth also marks the birth-
day of Jewish ideals the Ten
Commandments and the many
principles inherent in the Torah.
Every religious faith has three
basic facets around which cluster
beliefs and interpretations. The
first is theology ideals and
ideas about God. In Jewish theology God is One, enshrined in the
'Sh'mah Yisroel." This belief in One God as Father of all mankind
implies One Humanityall human beings brothers "under the skin."
The second facet in every religious denomination is Ritual. It is
through ritual, custom and ceremony that human being express their
theology. Some religions stress much ritualothers less. Ritual is the
poetry of religion. Every ritual and ceremony seeks to impress an
ideal. In Judaism we have the expressions of ritual in its maximum
by our Orthodox and Conservative believers. In the Reform and Liberal
expressions of ritual, there is less. But basic ritual for all Jewish
people includes the ceremony of reading the Torah. Through this
ritual, we seek to put into practice the noblest lessons for happy and
significant living. On Shavuoth, the ritual of reading the Ten Com-
mandments, basic to the way of life in our democracy, is emphasized.
The third facet in every religious faith is ethics. This includes the
teaching of the relationships which should exist between man. and man.
The practice of the ethics of religious faith seeks to establish the King-
dom of Godof goodness on this earth.
Shavuoth is the time when Jewish thoughts and emotions elicit
pride in our heritage. We Jews realize that our religious ideals are
thisworldly, rational and realistic. They speak to us not only of our
relationship to the Creator, but indicate goals to help realize the eternal
Jewish dreamthe brotherhood of all mankind and the hope for uni-
versal peace.
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Greater Miami Jewry will usher in Shavuoth at services begin-
ning Tuesday 'evening, May '3f. Known as the Feast of the Weeks,
Shavuoth falls exactly seven weeks after Passover, and celebrates the
occasion when Moses received the Ten Commandments from the Lord
on Mt. Sinai.
Shavuoth will be observed Wed-
nesday and Thursday, June 1 and
2, with Yizkor memorial services
included in the second day's litur-
gy. Liberal and Reform Jewish
congregations celebrate the holi-
day in a one-day festival, with Yiz-
kor in these synagogues and tem-
ples recited on Wednesday.
KABBI MMffIS SKOP
. fcosic facets
*^Jlnow \Aour <-f\eritagn
How many Torah Scrolls did Moses
writ*?
According to rabbinic tradition,
Moses wrote twelve Torah scrolls
for the twelve tribes, and one he
left in the Ark, so that if anyone
would ever try to forge a word,
the one in the Ark would serve as
the original.

Do the Bible and Jewish tradition
use animals as symbols of ethi-
cal qualities?
They do. Thus, in the Bible, Ja-
cob blessed Judah with the kingly
qualities of a lion, Isachar with
the dedicated toil of a donkey, and
Benjamin with the prowess of the
wolf.
A Jewish sage by the name of
Yehuda ben Taimo urges upon us
(Ethics of the Fathers 5:20) to "be
bold as the leopard, light as the
eagle, fleet as the reindeer and
strong as the lion, to do the will
of your Father in Heaven."

What is the meaning ef tht word
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Rabbi David Herson
Tale* and Gems of Wudon
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit*
Know Tour Heritage
"Kavanah" as used in connec-
tion with Jewish worship?
Kavanah means "conscious in-
tention" or "concentrated atten-
tion." When used in connection [
with worship it means one's aware-
ness of what he is saying, and
one's deliberate effort to worship
so as to avoid even the slightest
distraction. Thus, man's worship
must mean more than communica-
tion with the tongue. It must in-
volve his entire being, particular-
ly the surrender of the heart.

Which Prophet proclaimed the doc-
trine of religious liberty?
The Prophet Micah (6:5) in his
doctrine of "Let all the peoples
walk each one in the name of its
god, but we will walk in the name
of the Lord our God." This procla-
mation is incorporated in our
daily morning proyers.

What is tho difference between a
Jew and an Israeli?
An Israeli may be a Jew, a Mos-
lem, a Christian or non-bclicvcr
in matters of faith and practice.
He is a citizen of the State of Is-
rael. A Jew, however, is one who
adheres to the Jewish religion, or
who is of Jewish birth and has not
adopted another faith.
AQUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cafiyle ava
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Evtr.
Friday 7 11.111. Saturtlny X:4.'i a.m. Ser-
mon: '"i'he National I'onm-iouaneH* of
Preaent Jewry." Sfiatuulh ave Tiiea-
day 7 p.m. YVwlm-aday S::lo a.m. Ser-
mon: "Wan the World Influenced by
the Ten <"ommandment8?" Thurxdav
8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The l.enwn in the
tftory of the Relation* lletw.en Kuth
and Naomi." Yizkor 10:30 a.m.
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ETH DAVIO. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Con
ervatlve. Rabbi Yaakov Roeenbcro..
Cantor William W. LlDton.
Friday 8:1.". p.m. Seiinon: "We Shall
Do and We Sliall Obeyl.lvlnif Pre-
cede* I'nderstandlnif." Saturday 9
a.m. i:.i- Mitzvuh: Laura, daughter of
Dr. and Mr*. l.oiil Lembers; Ilk-hole,
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Arthur
RoHinek. Shavuoth Wednesday and
Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor Thurmlay
10:30 a.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomcn chlff.
Friday 6:4". p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Book of Bamlilbar." Sha-
vuoth Wednemlay S:30 a.m. BarWQB!
"TorahMan'* Greatest Po**eHlon."
Thursday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Mem-
ories Innily OblHjalions." Yizkor 10:30
a.m.
ETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conaervatlva. Rabbi David W. Her-
eof*. Cantor Hyman Fein.
Friday 8:ir. p.m. Adult education
cour*e praduation. Sermon: "The Kd-
ucated Adult." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltzv.ih: David, win of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Hariton. Shavuoth Wednes-
day and Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor
Thursday 10:30 a.m.
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ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralrla ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Leuia Rottman.
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
Friday :4R a.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "An oasis In the Desert."
SliHvuc.ih Wednesday and Thursday
8:30 a.m. Yizkor Thursday 10:15 a.m.
e
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
S755 SW 1*th at., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Dade Deea-
denl Decade." Saturday 9 a.m Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion," Shavuoth
Wednesday ami Thursday 9 a.m. Yiz-
kor T!tui*'l;iy I0::!rt a.m.
DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 181S0 NW
2nd ave. Comervative. Cantor Eman-
uel Mandel.
Friday 8:1"' p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Par
Mltsvah: Mario, son of Mr, and Mrs
Merle Knmei, who will host Friday
evening ones rlhabbat.
rLAQLER-GRANADA. 50 NW tiff
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Brrntt'in.
Friday '":'!" and 8:1.", p.m. Bar.....n
"Where iwi We Go from Herat*' Cloa-
ln exercises lor Hebrew achool stu-
dents. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Shavuoth
Wednesday 9 a.m. Has Mltavah
Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mi- Da-
vid H.T. Thursday 9 a.m, Yizkor
Thursday 10:30 a.m.
HIAI fah RTFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. SSth tt.. Hla-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
Pridaj *:i"> p .m. Bermon: Oreai
Honor to <:ieat Jewish Community."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Fridaj 1:30 p.m Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Elliott, aon ol Ml and
Mr*. ,lule* M, Faaaej BeavuoUi Wed-
neadaj and Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor
Thursday 10:30 a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid eve
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiald.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Frldav '':V> p mi. Salurday |:M am
Sermon: "A Giiidliur l.lKht In the
\\ ihi< rneaa." Hhavuota Wednesday
and Thursday 8:30 a.m. Ylak.n Thurs-
day 10:30 a.m.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herechell Seville. Cantor Joseph
Salzman.
Kii.lsv *:50 p.m. Sbturduy 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "A Spirltu.ii Desert." Sliavnoth
Tuesdav 7 p.m Wednesday 8:43 a.m.
Sermon "All Road* Lead to Sinai."
Thursday 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "Living
with Memories." Yizkor 10:43 a.m.
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. snd
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Llpshitz. Cantor Ben-Zion
Klrschenbaum.
Friday 3:30 and S: 13 p.m. Sermon:
"There are Joy and Mystery to the
Question Mark." Saturday 9 a.m. liar
Mltsvah: Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman l.a-lf: Sheldon, aon of Mr.
rind Mrs. Herbert Teltzer. Shavuoth
Wedneaday and Thursday t a.m. Yiz-
kor Thursday 10:30 a.m.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13*30 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okollca.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "We Grad-
uate." Saturday 9 a.m. Shavuoth
Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m.
o
NORTH SHORE CENTER. (20 78th at
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owltz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Salurday 9 a.m. Bar ,
Mltzvah: Jeff, son of Mr. and Mr*.
Marston Schaefer; Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. li vinx Tucker; Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Llainaky.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Shavuoth
WednesdxN and Thursday 9 a.m. Yiz-
kor Thursday 10:30 a.m.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Time
Marches My." Saturday 9 a,m. Bar
MltzvHh: Jay, son of Mr. and Mr*.
Norman Kinkelsteln. Shavuoth Wed-
neaday and Thursday 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE BETM AM. ^950 N. Kendall
dr., 8. Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert
Baumosrd. Cantor Charles Kodner.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "I* Spying*
the Way to World Peace?" Shavuoth
Wednesday, 10 a.m. Award* to oui-
-tanding leligious school student*.
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TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk St..
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
Friday 8 p.m. Confirmation service.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conaervative.
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. n.ir
Mltzvah: Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Gold.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronieb
Cantor Davlo Convlser.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Graduation and con-f
si elation of pre-conflrmand*. Satur-
day 10:43 a.m. Bas Mltzvah: Joyce.
Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Jack
Wagner. Shavuoth Wednesday 10:45
a.m. Yhckor memorial.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16BO0 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ben Gross-
berg
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "But We
Forget." Saturday 10 a.m. Shavuoth
Tuesday 8 p.m. Sermon: "What 1* this
Gift?" Wednesday 9:30 a.m. Sermon:
'Ten Ways to Happiness." Wednes-
day 8 p.m. Sermon: "But the Clock
Cannot be Turned Back." Thursday
9:30 a.m. Sermon: "Memories." Yiz-
kor memorial.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton avs. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
Frldav 8:10 p.m. Closing late service,
of season Memorial Day tribute to
Jewish War Veteran*. Saturday 9
a.m. Sermon: 'Weekly Portion." Bar
Mltzvah: Jonathan, son of Mr. and
Mrs Hairy Kaplan. Ba* Mltzvah:
Ij.Is. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Stalford Shavuoth Wednesday 9 a.m.
Annual confirmation service 10:30
a.m. Thnrsilay 9 a.m. Yizkor 10:15
a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "What
Should the \ in.-- i.;.n Jew Want Out
of Life?" Shavuoth Wednesday 11
a.m. Yizkor memorial.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:I3 p.m. Sermon: "Brother-
hood Before Nationhood." Saturday
In .'.11 ,1 in Bar Mltzvah: Daniel. *->n
Of Mr. and Mrs Leo OotdnMUI. Sha-
vuoth Tuesday '"'" p.m. Special enn-
rlrmatloa sorvloa Wednesday 10:30
;i in Bar Mltzvah: Joel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Yizkor
11:30 a.m.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel C.ombern
Friday l:M and 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
The Obligation of Officers." Instal-
I in..11 ceremony. Saturday 8:33 a.m.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Shavuoth
Wedncs.lai ami Thursday 8:45 a.m.
Yizkor Thursday 10:45 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Friday VI". p.m. Baccalaureate serv-
i, to honor high school graduates.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S*1
Flaminoo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Helm.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Decoration Day Sab-
bath, with JWV Post and Auxiliary
i'.SI participating. Saturday 9 a.m.
Shavuoth Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Grad-
uation ceremony. Wednesday and
Thursday 9 a.m. Yiskor Thursday
10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rebbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Last late service of
season. Graduutea to be honored. Ser-
mon: "New 4-hallenres." Saturday 9
a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Donald, son of
Mr. and Mr*, l^onard Lalken. Sha-
vuoth Wednesday and Thursday S
a.m. Ylsknr Thursday 10:30 a.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrencs. Canter Albert Giants.
Friday S:3 p.m. Confirmation class
consecration. Sermon: "Conaecratlon
and ConfirmationTent and Taber-
nacle." Shavuoth eve Tuesday sun-
down. Wednesday and Thursday 9
a.m. Yizkor Thursday 10:30 a.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL. tSO NE 171st et.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday :4j p.m. Salurday 9 a.m.-Ser-
mon: "Wandering In the Desert."
Shavuoth Tuesday sundown. Wednes-
day and Thursday 9 a.m. Yiskor
Thursday 10:30 a.m.


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+Jewisti fk*Milan
Friday. May 27, \%q
Browsing With Books:
By HILARY MWDUN
Life at its Simplest Level Demands a Moral Choice
THE UNPOSSESSED. By Edward Hyams. 311 pp. New
Yrk: Simon and Schuster. $3.95.
tZNGLISH NOVELIST Edward Hyams, whose interests
fc reach lrom earth (horticulture) to sky (flying), and
whose wife. Hilda, made news recently by hearing a mys-
terious hum at their home in Molash, Kent, has written
a hummingly good book, witty, cerebral and entertaining,
with large doses of downbeat irony. As a novel of ideas,
it is deep enough to he disturbing, but not so belabored as
to be dullan admirable balance, and one which many
American novelists, for some reason, find difficult to
achieve.
"The Unpossessed" are the moralless. They are not
deliberately evil, nor have they consciously acquired bad unsuccessful. For one thing, he discovert that liie ai :,
principles: they simply have no principles at all. They simplest level still demands one moral choice a'ter an!
are "taking it easy," which was the English title of this -u :he$i. ^jt-WaHber. he finda-that indiflettnaeMtseu u j
book. These blurry souls comprise most of the world, ac-
cording to Hyams. How then can the moral man survive
and best maintain his integrity? Mr. Hyams gives two
answers.
Tom is the narrator of the book. When he gets out
of the Navy, he finds he has lost his wife, Matilda, to his
charming, smooth, superior officer, Ray Martin, a man
whose opportunism is as effortless as breathng. Tom's
decision is to retreat from society, and he becomes a truck
gardener on a Kentish estate. It is an attempt at Vol-
taire's "Tend your garden. Civilize," and it is highly
N' :-!"!:!..: HB ;'::. i. I.!.: l,[! ,11 hi '.li.. -i!. ,i, ,1-1 I. vi ui. imwl nil r
111 '- -l I'!'.It '
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
East Institute "Educational' Program
Washington
SPHERE IS no pressure like Arab
* pressure and chairman Ful-
ht (.1 the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee is its prophet.
When Sen Fulbnght condemn-
ed a "pressure group" linked to
aiien interests, he referred to sup-
porters of Israel. He ignored the
resl pressure machine, the powerful Arab lobby,
supported by the State Department, which has pro-
claimed him its man on camel-back.
The largest front group of the Arabs is the so-
called American Friends of the Middle East. An
annual propaganda budget totals almost $1,000,000.
Funds come from huge oil companies.
AF.ME's national council is under the chairman-
ship of Dr. EdwarJ L. R. Elson, President Eisen-
cr's own pastor. Harold B. Minor, who has
served both the State Department and the Arabian-
American Oil Co.. (ARAMCO). is president.
James Terry Duce. of ARAMCO, is on the board
cf bo-h APME and the Middle East Institute. The
Institute is a pseudo-educational foundation that has
just openly emerged as another Arab propaganda
; "U\ :.,:.
Panorama:

By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Mathematical Puzzle
A MATHEMATICAL savant at the
^ Weizmann Institute was asked how
ie accounted for the fact that Nobel left
?rizes for discoveries in medicine, chem-
-try, physics and other branches of
;nowledge. but left no award for math-
matics. which in a way is the chief key
nlocking the treasure of truth in all
.ields.
It was because, said the Israeli savant, a mathema-
tician sought to steal away the affections of Nobel's wife
and, for spite, he blackballed the whole body of mathema-
ticians.
But how can that be, objected the disciple, since
Nobel was a bachelor?
"You wouldn't spoil a good story," answered the pro-
fessor, "just because it doesn't square with the facts."
He was right, of course. We've got to have good stor-
ies. We need ginger cake as well as bread and meat and, -
any way. mathematicians arc only expected to give us
mathematical truths. Outside of that, ttuy are as human
and inclined to error as the rest of us.
The Talmud tells of a man who claimed that he knew
the number of .-tars in the skies.
"Do you know how many teeth you have?" he \va-
asked.
"No," he answered. ;
"Then how can you know how many stars there are in
the skies?"
It is similarly told of the Grecian astronomer, Thrace,
that he fell in a ditch while observing the stars, and an-
other Grecian asked querulously how a person could see
a million miles away when he couldn't see the ditch in
front of his nose.
Many years ago. there was a famous Jewish mathe-
matician at Johns Hopkins with an un-Jewish name
James Sylvester. Later he taught at Oxford. Many stories
of a kind similar to the aforementioned were told about
him.
Once he was walking with a friend and suddenly ex-
claimed that one of his legs was shorter than the other.
He did not realize that he was walking on the edge of the
sidewalk with one foot on the curb and the other below.
But the mathematician is compensated by the joy
he gets in his work. I always admired mathematicians
and remember the joy I got in my Cheder days from my
Hebrew teacher, who was something of a mathematician.
He put to us this question:
"The distance between Shnipishok and Vilna is two
miles, and the distance between Vilna and Shnipishok is
also two miles, so why is it that while it is one month from
Purim to Passover, it is eleven months from Passover to
Purim?"
Here is a mathematical problem to puzzle over.
weapon. ARAMCO is consulted on policy of both
groups. The same company was found by a New
York court to have practiced anti-Jewish bias.
A scries of anti-Israel and anti-Jewish remarks
became part of the formal program of the Middle
East Institute's recent 14th annual conference on
regional affairs. The program was heavily loaded
against Israel despite the fact that one professor
supporting Israel was permitted to deliver an ad-
dress. Arab after Arab denounced Israel and the
Jewish community of America. The Institute's pre-
vious pretentions to objectivity were dissolved.
Arab speakers included Abdul Rahman Azzam.
first secretary-general of the Arab League; Rafik
Asha. Egyptian delegate to the United Nations;
Jamal Sad, director of Arab propaganda Center in
Washington; Fayez A. Sayegh, acting director of
the Arab states delegation office in New York; Iraqi
Ambassador Sulaiman, and others.
Circulating about the Institute sessions was
wealthy Dr. Harold N. Arrowsmith, of Baltimore,
long interested in Jewish "conspiracies." He once
provided neo-Nazi Lincoln Rockwell with printing
press equipment, virtually putting Rockwell in the
bigotry business. He subsequently broke with Rock-
well.
State Department officers and oil representa-
tives applauded wildly as Arabs hailed Sen. Ful-
bright and denounced the American Jewish com-
munity for alleged pressures. One oil company offi-
cer, a corporate contributor to the Institute, con-
tided to fellow diners at his table that Hitler did
not go far enough in his extermination program.
The one-sided anti-Israel propaganda forum fea-
tured a panel that could have been staged in Cairo.
Israel was denounced by the panel, which included a
number of professional Arabs but not a single
spokesman for the Israeli side. Arab diplomats
beamed at the applause when Israel was denounced
for "subverting" the loyalty of American Jews.
An Israeli diplomat in the audience rose in
angry protest. He charged that the conference had
become a "11131" of Israel with only Arabs serving
as judges, witnesses, and jury. A few non-Jews in
the audience agreed that the whole business was
ridiculously biased and one-sided.
Using a guise of respectability and alleged ob-
pectivity, the Institute claims to strengthen Amer-
ican understanding of the Middle East. A "life
member" is none other than Secretary of State
Herter. #
The oil companies recently increased support of
the Institute. A number of fair-minded and objec-
tive members were dropped from the Institutes
board of directors. They were replaced by Arab
partisans like Bayard Dodge and oilmen Kermit
Roosevelt and Duce.
The Institute's funds come from ARAMCO At-
lantic Refining Co., Standard Oil. Soconv Mobil Oil
Gulf Oil, the Ford Foundation. Chase" Manhattan
Bank, International General Electric, International
Telephone and Telegraph, the First National City
Bank of New -York, and others.
Some of these companies openly backed the
anti-Israel stand of Sen. Fulbright. They urged him
to ge even further in support of Nasser
moralityis taking it easy. ~ lm"
As Solly Levine. the ugly, painfully aware, intellectual
says, "If men are no longer ready to go to the siake for
an idea, or to die for their particular kind of civ ilization
. then they can never be anything but so manv elated
short and squalid lives, a kind of brief, noisome ferment
en the surface of the globe, and after thatnothing
And we are nothing if we are not servants of each other"
We must still live as though morality mattered, :e sav's
Then he goes off to Israel to fight the Arabs and is killed
quite uselessly in an automobile accident.
Against the varicolored backgrounds of gardening nt
the English avant-garde, both literary and hoirosexiial
and of petty postwar skulduggery, Tom moves toward a
different solution. Both he and Ray Martin are ir trouble
with their respective societies, Martin facing betrayal b
his life of manipulation, Tom embroiled by his omissions--
his very indifference. In a wild flight across the Channel
and over Europe, they come close to destruction it js
Hyams' way of reasserting Solly's fallacy: that tco much
freedom, perfect freedom to act, is useless, because it does
not touch the real world below; and because it is useless
it is also self-destructive to the moralist. Tom returns
and marries his mistress, a treacherous harlot who is his
complete antithesis; he imbeds himself in the world's
or with "the singularly exciting, altogether ^ratify,
ing certainty that I was no longer taking it easy."
If the ending is rather improbable and perhaos, liter-
arily speaking, an error, the characters are not. They are
the very heart of this warm, vital novel, written with
sentient intelligence to be read the same way.
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Role of Rabbis Today
aaBBBaHaaaai ;,, bmmmn aaaai
Between You and Me:
MHMMMMI'":'
THIS WRITER HAS not yet had the op
portunity of exam:n.:, the texts of
the addresses that were delivered last
week at the 60th anniversary convention
of the Rabbinical Assembly of America.
But even from newspaper reports of the
parley at the swank Grossinger hotel it
is obvious that the rabbis grappled with
fc^.~._TlB^B^BW what apparently is the:r gravest prob-
lemthe role of the rabbinate in a rapidlv changing world
and in a civilization that is less concerned with heaven
than with sky.
The problem is a serious one for the shepherds as
weil as for their flock. In a rapidly changing climate,
r.ich as ours as we plunge downhill toward a new cen-
tury, there is urgent need for fresh spiritual leadership for
meaningful guidance, for original God-expressian and for
radiant thinking. There is no place for banalitv in the
temples of today-even the inexpert will not be deceived-
M* for semantics that are out of step with the language
of the new age.
But what must the ministry do to meet the new chal-
enge? Admittedly it is easier to pose the question than
to answer it. One of the convention speakers. Dr. Eli
Ginzberg. of Columbia University, suggested that the "in-
creasingly urbanized character of our society demands a
rethinking of our present use of trained ministers, and
challenges the American community to find new ways of
Miruiting high level manpower for spiritual leadership."
But recruitment of high-level manpower is not sufficient,
unless we are able first to limn in concrete colors an un-
rristaken picture of the new spiritual leadership our age
ieou;res. We must first define our terms, our direction.
Precisely becruse this is an age of unprecedented
materialism in the history of man, there is urgent need
be restoration of values other than those our age is
^ipp:ng. Never before perhaps has there been need
lor the men of the cloth to speak of fundamentals in basic
re.jgious terms," in the language of our ancients, our
our soi-'-.
There is great temptation in our religious sanctums
lo play with strange words and alien metaphors even in
dealing with fundamentals. This is a tragic trend. If
we are not to be crushed by the onslauzht of the angry
waters about us, we must constantly hold on to the verity
that religion rhymes with piety, faith with dedication,
belief with sacrifice.
U in the combating of materialism we should ever
icse s.gtt of the basic values we will in the end lose our
heritage to the forces that are tugging at it.
BORIS SMOIAR
Catholic Church Increasingly Friendly With Israel
ALTHOUGH NO diplomatic relations
** exist between the Vatican and Is-
rael, leaders of the Catholic church in
the United States are strongly sympa-
thizing with Israel. Obvious satisfaction
is registered with the steadfastness of
Israel in the face of repeated provoca-
tions by Nasser. Israel's calm and cre-
ative work especially impresses editors _
of Catholic publications in this country, and this finds ex-
pression in editorials and articles in these publications
Leading Catholic personalities are confident that the
Sinai campaign of 1956 taught Nasser a lesson, and that
he will not dare risk anether defeat at the hands of the
- Israeli Army, However, they also emphasiM ftat Where
an arms build-up continues, the danger of war is always
present.
In the opinion of American Catholic leaders, genuine
peace between the Arabs and Israeli remains as distant
fif CVer\. They see the bsic Problem as one of convincing
^v, J'Jt,a,es that I,rael is M established fact and ia
Zl w d e ?ast t0 sUy- n*y p1-*1*1 ***il my take
years oefore the Arab-Israeli differences will be discussed
at a conference table.
In their opinion, antother decade of impressive eco-
nomic development in Israel may convince the Arabs that
they have no alternative but to explore the possibility oil
a compromise.


Friday, May 27, I960
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Page 1S4H
Returning to Israel aboard the SS Zion of the Zim Lines are
Hon. Simcha Pratt, former Consul General and Minister Pleni-
potentiary of Israel in New York, and Mrs. Pratt. The veteran
Israeli diplomat has been appointed director of the Interna-
tional Organizations Division of the Israel Foreign Ministry,
which handles Israel's relations with the UN and other global
I agencies. His tour of duty in the United States lasted six and
^one-half years, the first four spent as Israel Consul in Chicago.
SAYS HE MADE ONE HIMSELF
Dag Cool to Fu/bright Offer
Of New Arab Refugee Study
UNITED NATlONS-(JTA)-Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold
|id here this week he had no objection to a proposal by Sen. J. W.
lilbright for creation of a new body of experts to study the Arab
fugee problem.
Ai a general press conference. .
which the principal subject was
B cold war and top-level Easi-
est relations. Hammarskjold was
Iked for comment on the report
at Sen. Fulbright. chairman of
le Sena'.e Foreign Relations Corn-
refugees in the Arab countries
where they now live.
A Jewish Telegraphic Agency
correspondent in Jerusalem re-
ittee, indicated" during his visit Ported that Sen. Fulbright. during
Israel earlier last week, that his talks with Premier David Ben-
n his return to Washington he Gurion and Foreign Minister Gol-
>uld suggest that a fresh study
nj,ade of the problem.
"I myself have made such a
Study," Hammarskjold replied,
'but if there is a feeling that
[there is a need far a new body
I by all means." The study to
which he referred was a plan he
proposed to the United Nations
for the development of the pro-
dutive economy of the Middle
East as a means toward a defi-
[ nite so'ution of the Arab refugee
I problem through absorption of
Publishers
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TSIEW YOttK-(JTA) Resolu-
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tion of democracy in the Middle
East" and commending "repre-
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to the defense of the Jewish com-
munity in America when syna-
gogues were desecrated in recent
anti-Semitic incidents," were adopt-
ed here at the 18th anual conven-
tion of the American Jewish Press
Assn.
The 28 member-newspaper repre-
setatives at the convention voted
to admit, for the first time, rep-
resentatives of Jewish weeklies in
Canada that qualify for member-
ship.
During the convention, addresses
were delivered by James Mover
hoff, of Baltimore, vice chairman
of the Jewish Agency for Israel
and by Gottlieb Hamner, execu-
tive vice chairman of the Agency.
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tel, was presided over by last
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The Sentinel, Chicago. At the con-
clusion of the sessions, the AJPA
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Boston, president; vice presidents
Leo Frisch, American Jewish
World, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Al-
bert Golomb. American Jewish
Outlook, Pittsburgh, and Jules
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Sen. Fulbright left for Paris
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The Arkansas Democrat said in
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nJew's* fhricMar
Friday. May 27,
It Takes
A Few Kinds
By MAX LERNER
U.S. Germans Flay Playhouse 90
-. Lit y.r. but hmhmt. v.- ,"*- of alleged (
road it a >w __ | -Knnl what hatmenr
NEW
minute television
menting the 19*3
"It takes all kinds to make a world," the saying goes. Which gen-
erally implies that the manners, minds and conditions of men are in-
finitely varied, and that every man is a law and a mystery unto him-
self. Well, maybe. I was thinking about this the other day, and re-
YORK (JTA) A 90-
program docu-
uprising of the
Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, broad-
'cast nationally over the CBS-TV
'network, has drawn hundreds of
I protests from German Americans
who object to "reawakening of old
racial antagonisms," a spokesman
i for CBS-TV said here this week.
The program, however, "went on
aired, "Min *
.tary of horolc rabbi, ptay-4
by Laoghton, and depicted both
th. trooody "< h*roi*m..!!
the J*ws in tho Warsaw Ghorto
who fooflht tha Naxis. k"^**
that most of thorn wore m offec!
committing auieido.
For the last two weeks, it was
as produced on tape." the network:, ascertained pri0r to program time,
spokesman- emphasized. iCBS-TV has been receiving letters
show. "In the Presence of, from individuals, many of them
The
viewing in my mind the people I have met and known, and it occurred i Mine Enemies." was written by | identifying themselves as ****;
one of television's outstanding |bers ^ the. steuben Society. The
playwrights. Rod Serling. It star-, ,atter is tne principal organization
red some famous American actors, o{ Americans of German descei
to me that of course we are always classifying people into a few kinds.
We try to give some order thus to our world; otherwise we should go
crazy with human multiplicity.
The sociologists practice this method Of grouping people, things,
and ideas, and they call it typology. Who has not, at a party, heard
someone announce with authority that "really there are only three
basic jokes?" I remember a talk with a producer in Hollywood, very
successful at that time with transferring books to the screen, who told
me that "there are really only a handful of basic themes in literature,"
and he named them: hunger, sex, conflict, money, power.
M M
THE POPULAR REPUTATION OF C. G. Jung, the psychologist,
depended for a long time on his classifying people into two types
introverts and extroverts. And David Riesman is likely to go down in
history for his "other-directed" and "inner-directed" types.
Usually we type people by their national character, saying that the
Frenchman is a certain type, the Englishman another, and on through
the roster. But surely this is too surfaoy: the real types cut across
national lines. Since every man may have a fling at the game, I want
tn set down some of the types of people I have known. This will proh-
a My not jibe with your own experience, in which case you may find it
interesting to draw up a list of types of your own.
You can, of course, classify people by color, creed, nationality.
ability, wealth, size, shape, charm, beauty. But I have found that the
most important question to ask about any man or woman is: what does
he (or she) want' What is it that he pours his passion into? What does
he want primarily from life?
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THERE ARE, FIRST THE carnals or sensuals. They want grati-
fication. You have seen them in the restaurants, pouring down the
liquor, packing away the food. Their whole being is summed up in
one huge mouth, and they could sit for one of those medieval paintings
depicting the sin of gluttony. They consume dress and adornment as
they consume food. They like the touch and feel of good things. What
they want is to live the life of the senses sexually and materially.
They are materialists in the sense that they live not only among things,
but by things, not to collect them but to use them.
Second, there are the eggheads, or rationals, who live by the mind
and among minds. They are the askers and queriers. who want to
know the why of things and how they hang together, and who build and
explore knowledge-systems. They may be scientists, mathematicians,
humanists, philosophers; they may be educated or self-taught often
in my travels I have met eggheads by intrinsic bent who have never
formally been to school. But always their passion is knowledge and
truth.
My third type is the aesthetes the feelers, dreamers, expressers.
They, too, live the life of the senses, but in a quite different way from
the carnals or sensuals: they use the senses not to consume things or
live by them, but to perceive, experience, feel, appraise everything
around them, and to express the impact of the universe on the senses.
They are the artists of each generation, and I rather like what Otto
Rank means when he says that every human being has the potential of
the artist within him. But so many of us never pierce the layers that
hide it from us.
-
IF THE PASSION OF THE CARNALS is for gratification, and of
the eggheads for knowing, and of the aesthetes for beauty and feeling,
then the passion of my fourth typethe practicals is for getting things
done. Where the eggheads want to know the why of things, the prac-
ticals want to know the how of things. They are the men of action of
our time, the decision-makers, constructors, achievers. Often they will
tell you why your dream is too dreamy, but sometimes they will find a
(practical) way of making it come true. They are the technicians of
our world, and unless I miss my guess they will inherit the earth.
Or maybe the fifth type willthe fanatics. They are the true be-
lievers, the belongers. the fighters, the haters, the mighty hunters be-
fore the Lord. Their passion is a single-minded belief. Sometimes they
become saints and ascetics and martyrs, and more often they are grand
or petty inquisitors, sitting in judgment on the rest of us false believers
and unbelievers.
The sixth type is the accumulators, whose passion is to pile up
things until they have a mound of themmoney, property, poweron
which they can sit and feel big and important.
-
THESE ARE MY SIX TYPES of men and women. Obviously each
of us has a bit of each type in him, for each human being is a mish-
mash of many strains of tendency. But in each of us also there is one
strain that pushes the rest aside and grows from whatever it can feed
on. It is a delightful, and sometimes a frightening, thing to watch this
. growth in children.
1 should perhaps add a seventh typethe lovers. There are some
people who don't want any of the things I have mentionedownership,
belief, achievement, beauty, knowledge, gratification. They only want
to love, and whit they have to offer is love. Sometimes, alas, they
remain themselves unloved. But they may take consolation from Sand-
burg's lines:
The lovers are not the losers
In the tombs, in the cool tombs.
(Thi la a Copyright Column)
including Charles Laughton. Ar-
thur Kennedy. Susan Kohner and
Oscar Homulka.
"Mine Knom-" has boon a
source of contention for upward
of 18 months. Sorling arigjnally
wrote tha program for produc-
n this country. Many of the letters
protested against a program which
deals with "alleged Nazi atroci-
ties." Many others, according
Serling, included "outright
Semetic tirades."
"The. letters." said Serling,
to
anti
German atroij
ere any dot*!
about what happened in the mM
saw Ghetto." The network sp
man said that, prior to the
of the letters, Serling had bt^l
asked to change the word "Gel
man" in the script to the ,M
"Nazi."
"We did so," the network spob> I
man said, "on the valid theory uat I
not all Germans were Nazis, M|
as not all Frenchmen were coDtyl
orators or all Norwegians wr(|
quislings."
New Israel Sub in Transit
Continued from Page 1-A
Lt. Ivan Dror, the torpedo offi
cer. is a 32-year-old resident of Tel
officers list from eight to 12 years j Aviv, was born in Rumania and
of instruction. Other British naval wn0 has served in the Israel De-
officers also commented on the|fense Forces for ten years. The
speed with which the Israelis mas-; Rahav's cook is a former para
tered the
warfare.
techniques of undersea
Tha Rahav's crow consists of
men from fivo continsnts and
gives a clear demonstration of
Israel's "ingathering of exiles."
Lt. Cmdr. Kimche is a former
kibbutznHc born in Ein Hared in
Israel.
trooper who volunteered for sub-
marine duty. Other men come
from points as far apart as Po-,
land. Morocco, Hungary and Iraq. |
Three crew members became
engaged to British girls during
their training period. Two of the^
girls are studying Hebrew at the
Liverpool Zion House, intending
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Mrs. Robert Somerstein and her two boys,
_ Scott and Alan, off to Chicago to visit her folks,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon Then Bob will
fly up and, leaving the children to be spoiled by
their grandparents, will whisk wife Myrna away
to California for a three-week vacation .
It was Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gilbert's 23rd
versary, and they celebrated by having dinner with the Samuel
es at King Arthur's Court Dorothy's birthday comes just
| day before, so it was a double celebration .
I The last academic milestone of Harlao Lane, son of Mrs. Ray-
d Rubin, has been passed, and he has received his PhD de-
ip psychology at Harvard University Friends admiringly
their best .
A scurrying about for Philip and Nettie Lefkowitz this week
(Here from Wilkes-Barre, Par, at the Eden Roc are the in-laws
heir daughter, Mrs. Gerald (Louise) Smith .
[A 75th birthday is very important, and Mrs. Inez Krensky is
1 to Chicago to help her mother, Mrs. Nat Messe, celebrate
"casion May 36:
mi mi
luch excitement and joy at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Seymour
s) Blumenthal They are the proud grandparents of Nancy
fe, born May 17 in Goldsboro, N.C., to Dr. and Mrs. Theodore
ior) Wolff,'where her father is a captain in the Air Force
[Nancy joins sister Pamela Louise, who celebrates her second
"day May 30 .
leanwhile, on May 17, Glenn Stuart, another Blumenthal
Sson, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Janet) Fleisher, cele-
J his first birthday.
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Ir. and Mrs. Nathan Ooulton, of SW 29th ave., leaving June
| Baltimore, Md., to be present at the graduation of their son,
from the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery and his com-
n in the U.S. Air'Force He'll be stationed in England .
Ir. and Mrs. Abbey Lane joining their beautiful daughter,
currently in South America, after best wishes for a good
members of the Deborah group of Hadassah .
pee Mayor of Surfside Lee Howard and Mrs. H. sail on the
Elizabeth for Europe early in July .
Ts. Albert Loewinthan celebrates Jier 80th birthday this week
ler active daughter is Mrs. Lillian Perlman, vice president
[Miami .Beach chapter of Hadassah.
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and Mrs. Manuel Feierman, 920 Meridian ave., leaving
[for Philadelphia, where they will be guests of their children,
Mrs. Benjamin Goodnick, and attend the graduation of
inddaughter. Joan, from Akiva Hebrew Academy at Merion,
Joan has been awarded a scholarship to the University of
irania While in Philly, the Feiermans will also attend
Voyage celebration for Joan, who'll be off to Israel on
1 part of the USY pilgrimage of Har Zion Temple Mrs.
Jh is vice president of membership for Shaloma Hadassah
here
and Mrs. Harry Kroll, 345 42nd st., new Floridians, off
Work for the graduation of their son, Arnold, from medical
t Columbia Ceremonies are June 1, after which he re-
pth the Krolls to take the Florida state board exams .
fill intern at Beth Israel in Boston.
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Ht Sandra Pelsman, daughter of Mrs. Lee Markowitz, 278
|th st., was honored guest at a miscellaneous shower lunch-
week at the Algiers hotel Hostesses for the lovely af-
|e Mrs. Jack Powell and Mrs. Frank Weldon, of 260 and 279.
.... Sandra became the bride of Marc Kaplan on Sun-
An NYU student, Marc is the son of Dr. Louis Kaplan, of
irbor, N.Y. ...
I to Nassau and a fabulous beach hotel are Harry Smith and
plyn With theb, Harry's partner, Bernard Mandler, and
\
ras Phil and Claire Salmon's 34th wedding anniversary,
eir friends helped the couple celebrate despite the heated
campaign.
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trip this summer "for Miss Edna Heljler ... It wMl be rou-
<>n Monday and Wednesday,, dinner and bridge Wed-
{ev'ening, and her hospital volunteer day at ML Sinai on
Thrown in for good measure, Edna's Thrift Shop book-
|for National Council of Jewish Women .
supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WillianMGeorgia)
on Sunday evening Guests included Emery* and Cele'

derful day for young Michael Brown ... In the morning,
Bar Mitzvah at Temple .Ner Tamid, with all out-of-town
on hand: his New York maternal grandmother, Mrs. Julie
, who flew in with.his paternal great-grandmother and
uncle, Mr. and Mr* Max Brenner, of Woodmere; his
school days friends, Mr. and Mrs. Si Peltzman, of White
mfi.Y., and their children, Nina and Richard ... In the
H his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown, entertained at
K> cocktail party at home Sister Judy helped receive
"(Jewish Flori
Micron Florida, Friday, May' 27, 1960
Section B
Meeting to discuss their role at the June 9 din-
ner are members oi the Golda Meir "Honor
Guard." Left to right are Mrs. Ann Padawer,
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
schlag and Mrs. Sam F. Danels. The "Honor
Guard," comprising some 50 leading Miami
Mrs. Clara Lett, president of National Pioneer Women (sec-
ond from right), presents charter to Miami Beach Business and
Professional Club Eilath, latest group to affiliate with the
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, at recent cere-
monies here. Accepting the charter are Mrs. Florence Spero
(Ielt), Mrs. Fred Sandier (second from left), membership chair-
man of the local Council, and Mrs. Eva Levenson (right).
Ner Tamid Ladies Elect Officers

to
and' Mrs. Louis (Cecelia) Levinson, 1906 SW 21st st., off
Hope and Israel on May 26 They'll be gone two months
H*s the Manischewitz distributor here ...
D at the Deajiville hotel Sunday night: Richard and Her-
Hrgman on their way to the Chicago Club dinner .
Uie Fontainebleau: Fred and Florence GorchovFlorence
about her Pekingese all by himself at home, Fred consol-
with a promise to stop at Fu Manchu's for a little treat
K>up at the end of the evening .
She,Americana: Miss Sadie Carpenter, describing the lus-
itens and blues in her new apartment overlooking the bay,
King to the hue of her nails "just to give you an idea of
mean" Escort Gilbert Cohen insisting to one and all
be doesn't really suffer from anemia ...
|he Eden Roc: Bachelor brothers George and Gene Gold-
f [-suited, patent leather-shod, with two lovelies as their
ss Marilyn Stelzer. 3031 SW 26th ter.. and Miss Rebecca
_i Duranfco. Coral Gables, telling those Marilyn Monroe-
Taylor jokes in Yiddish.
Mrs. Louis Cohen has been elect-
ed president of Temple Ner Tam-
id Sisterhood."
OtHer officers named at a re-
cent meeting include Mesdames
Murray Shaw, Henrietta Fine,
Carlton Blake, Yvette Silberger,
Ben Fabric, Seymour Horowitz,
Dale Recent and Joseph Feldman,
vice presidents.
Secretaries are Mesdames Jo-
seph Sussman, Ezra Rosenfeld, Ir-
ving Weingroff 'and Mitchell Rein-
er. Mrs. Adolph Greenbanm' is
treasurer, and Mrs. Jack Shaw his-
torian. Mrs. Fannie Sklar and Mrs.
Louis Gold are trustees. Mrs. Eu-
gene Labovitz and Mrs. Samuel
Gomberg are honorary board
members.
Southwest Installation
Mrs. Alex Marcus will succeed '
Mrs. AT Blen as president of
Southwest Jewish Center Sister-
hood at installation ceremonies
June 6 at the Center. In charge of
reservations is Mrs. P. Shepper.
Board members are Mesdames
Alan Acker, Anna Bernstein, Jack
Bernstein. Harry Brown. Dora Ber-
ger. Ester Carrey, Frank Conn,
Fred Deutsch. Julia Donath, Irving
Engel. Ben Falk, Ezra Fyiegold,
Herman Frank, William Fishman,
Sam Greenfield, John Gross. Jack
Greenberg, David Glass, Joseph
Gevirtz, Norman Holland, William
Harris, Milton Hurwitz. Harry
Kaplan, Louis Kosterich, Martin
Kaufman, Jack Klinger, Harry
Kaufoiann. Pauline Korenveas
William Keats. Jennie Kramer.
Wolf Kirshner,
Mesdames Monia Leshin, James
Langeh Esther Levitz, Ralph Lew-
is, Jessie Marcus, Bernard Lack,
Bernard Lamont William Lipsitz,
Lenard Paul, Dan Piver. Charles
Raab, Max Raskin, Nat Stein, Jo-
seph Steipberger, Louis Stallman,
Charles S h o o s t e i n, Eugene
Schwarz, Robert Silvers, Joseph
Schwartz, Joseph Silverman, Mark
Wallace, Sol Weiss, Jack Wolf, Jo-
seph Sherbill Maurice Zaretsky,
David Frankel, and Moses Wolf.
and Israel Bond women, will join in the cere-
monies at which Mrs. Meir, Israel's Foreign
Minister, is scheduled to present the "Decade
City Award" to the Miami Jewish community
"for extraordinary efforts on behalf of Israel
Bonds."
Women Rehearse
Honor Guard Role
Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, chair-
man of special events for the Wom-
en's Division. State of Israel Bonds,
has issued an invitation to mem-
bers of the "Honor Guard" for the
Golda Meir dinner to take part in
a special rehearsal.
Members of the "Honor Guard"
will rehearse their rolls in the spe-
cial ceremonies which are to high-
light the Golda Meir dinner on
Thursday. June 9, at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel.
The special rehearsal will take
place on Friday morning, June
3, in the Fontaine room of the
Fontainebleau.
Members of the "Honor Guard"
are Mesdames Harry Alexander,
Alvin C. Atlass, Meyer A. Baskin,
Herbert Beilinson, Stuart Bern-
stein, Isadore Charnay, Louis Co-
hen, Sam F. Danels, David Druck-
er, Morton Fellman, Betty Feuer,
Maurice G. Furman. Leo Gelvan,
Martin Genet, Alfred Gerd, Henry
Gilbert, Norman Gladsden.
Bernard Goldberg, Charles Gott-
lieb. Samuel Graubart. Allen Green-
berg. Abraham Grunhut, Gertrude
Hamerschlap. Frank Hershcy. Mur-
ray Hcrlands, Larry Hoffman,
Bernard D. Kaplan, Myron Kap-
lan, Daniel Kindler,. Robert Krinz-
man. Leon J. Kronish, Raphael
Levi, Milton Lubarr,
Bernard Mandler, Arthur Marks,
Anna Brenner Meyers, Howard
Miller, Irving E. Miller, Barnett
Moskin, Morris Odessky, Anne
Padawer. Leonard Pearl, Harry
Pdatoff, Maurice Revitz.Yaakov G.
Rosenberg. Arthur Rosinek, Sam-
uel Sakrais, David Samuels, Mar-
io Schram. Herbert S. Shapiro, Jo-
seph Shapiro, Tobias Simon. Sam
Simonhoff,
Bernard Supworth, Harold
Thurman. Jack Toppell. Alvin
Wank, and Jerry Weintraub.
Bowling League Has Dance
Sky Lake Bowling League, com-
prising married couples from
North Miami Beach, held its first
annual awards dinner dance in the
Calcutta room of the Diplomat
Country Club. Hollywood, on Sun-
day evening. Mrs. Sam Mcrris and
Seymour Gerber were co-chairmen.


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+Jc*ist> ihrkHar
Friday, May 27
Commerce Group Installs Officers

A) recent installation luncheon of the Albert
Einstein group of Hadassah are back row (left
to right) Mesdames Irving Denmark, parlia-
mentarian; Sy Chadroff, executive vice pres-
ident; Colemcn Rosenfield. membership sec
letary; Gerald Taines. fond-raising vice pres-
ident; Larry Kassman. membership vice pres-
ident; Louis Kantor. financial secretary; Sey-
mour Sherman, educational vice president;
Henry Kurtzman. corresponding secretary; Sol
Goldie. treasurer: and Merle Litman. record*
ing secretary. Front row Geft to right) are
Mrs. Norman Chasin. group president; Mrs.
Samuel Z. Sakrais. president of the Florida re-
gion; and Mrs. Sy Baron, program vice pres-
ident. Installation was executed in candlelight
Dade Parley
Selects Officers
bles.
Murray Salomon Post and Aux-
, ili.ry. fcwfei War Veterans. wUJ
been selected to serve as presi- hoW J0"11 meeting Tuesday. 83Q
dent of the Dade County Parley, p.m.. at American Lerisn Hall,
an organisation of past presidents 3030 Alhamhra Circle. Coral Ga-
of the American Leg.on .Auxili-
aries, which comprises 21 separate
units
('hers selected were Airs. Jo-
seph Wink, vie*- president: Mrs
Ray Wsklfert, secretary. Mrs Ed-
ward C Morgan, treasurer: Mrs.
Papr> Cclew chaplain; and Mrs.
Riis-. htstenan.
Pr. |ect of the organization is -to
women veterans. Some top
are presently coniined at Coral C-
Bar Pines, and St. Peters-
berg
Mrs Kauffraan has been active
in Leg on affairs for the past 38
years. Her husband holds the Dis
tinguisbed Service Cress. Their
seas. Jack and Robert, served in
the United States Air Force.
VMet Barker, founder of the
Dade County Parley, installed the
officers at ctremoaitj. here.
\ir< Rculah Butler received the
president's gavel from outgo
president Mrs. Esther Maxwell
taliation ceremonies' of the
amber "fj "gir"'rJ'f "I Surjjjjie.
Harbor and Bay Harbor fs-
nds. Women's Division in cere-
Students Will
Mark Shavuoth
Second graders of the Hebrew
Academy will present a playlet
; in honor of Shavuoth on Tuesday ?
n the Academy auditorium.
The play was writ tan and di-
rected by Mrs. Zahava Sukenik,
econd grade Hebrew teacher, and
Mrs. EJythe Sommer, second
grade English teacher.
The music is under the direction
>f Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. music
director. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal, will introduce the pro-
gram.
Students participating in the pro-
gram will be Robert Reinhard.
Baylene Bogin. Linda Ehrenreich.
Lenore Bienenfekl. Moshe Suke-
nik. Jacob Weiss. Karen Zucker-
, man. Shiral Rosenberg. Jeremy
Luchins. Howard Seif. Abraham
Galbut. Jeffrey Green. Rheaa Giv
encr. Roberta Simon. Jacqueline
Kellner. George Weiss. William
Greenbtrg, Rebecca Babouri. Car
oJ Feldman. Soryl Schreiber. Phyl-
lis Hut stem. Larry Genet. Richard
Zelkowiti. Howard Wittels. Michael
Friedman. Sandy Behar. Anne
w :ner. Jacob Weiner. Steven Gor-
men ani;Jidy-Rosenrcraig.
monies Saturday evt-nioi'
fn*S9* '"Stalled inrhd
Mesdattet 1% Alimann!"*
tive tlM-nrtcMw.1 / 1 ||t *
Ethel Winson. Frankwicl
Block. Pauline BroHa and"*!
Levinson. vice presidents
Mesdames Mary (lordi*. >
Carney. Claire Rosen and R,
White, secretaries; Mavis Bin
treasurer: Flbrer.ce Coop* m
amentarian. '
Board of directors art. M
dames Rhea Cashman Ml
Esther Maxwell. Lill.an Co'
Freda Levine. Wynn Valoj
Madeline Bellar. Lida Cohetjfi
ence Graham. Adele KafafV
Levin. Edythe Michael. Rse,t
man. Mildred Spencer. it
Srerher. Violet Struble. and
Wolff.
Coral Chapter
Party Sunday
Coral chapter cf the Amoi
Medical Center at Denver will,
its annual smorgasbord Sail
5 p.m.. at the home of Mr and 1
Al Gerstein, 526 Jeronimo dr.i
al Gables.
Proceeds are for the Col
Eleanor Roosevelt Ir.-titute
Cancer Research. Mr^ Jules 1
tea is chairman of the Soafl
function.
Coral chapter participates ji
lay problems'If the cancer ill
berculosis wards at Jackson
morial Hospital.

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Beth Sholom to Confirm 48 Students
At Special Services Tuesday Evening
p at ^ gxris and 15
boy? a tetai af caafMsaaads, -U
Uke place at tfce asses! coafixav
atasa services of Tasaple Beth She>
lam oa Taescay eveemg at A*
Tte:?:*. acesrdsac to Rabbi Leea,
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Theme af the ceaCrmation serv
mi L-rael Bndfe
t ce t ar.
in by Kmhnu of the esa-
:afaaa class.
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Mrs. Hannah Scher receives Memorial Certificate in memory
of her late husband, Herbert Scher, at 40th annual breakfast
meeting Sunday of Jewish Family and Children's Service in
[the Algiers hotel. Mr. Scher, who died last June, was for 15
[years among the top officers of JFCS, including vice pres-
ident, secretary, chairman of the budget committee, and chair-
j man of the agency's Vocational Service Department, for which
[he received a citation from the President's National Employ
"le Handicapped Committee. Making the presentation to
" i. Scher is Harold Tannen, who was toastmaster at the
Sunday meeting.
Beach Chapter -
Installs Officers
Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women installed officers in
recent ceremonies at the Algiers
hotet: Mrs.- Eva M. Blom assrrmed
the office of president.
Others installed included Mes-
dames Jack August, David Denner,
Lenore Gerstenftehl and Irving
Goldstatib, vice presidents.
Mesdames Hannah Galewitz,
treasurer; Lillian Cohen, financial
secretary; Blanche Wolosh, record-
ing secretary; Minnie "Solomon,
corresponding"secretary: and Sol
S. Goldstrom. honorary vice presi-
dent of District.
Mrs. Benjamin Rimer was in-
stalled to the office of honorary
trustee.
Mrs. Alfred Reich, vice presi-'
dent-elect of B'nai B'rith Women,
District 5, installed officers and
board members. Arnold Ellison,
field representative of B'nai B'rith,
was guest speaker. Miss Buny Nes-
selroth, of the Greater Miami Op-
era Guild, offered a musical pro-
gram.
LES S. LAVIN
INCESNEW
IAMZATION FLAW
-BS 8. LAVIN,
have been editoriahked m
r'i Digest, announces the
of the famous Mm
Hotel. at Palm Beach,
1. This is a truly luxurious
1 for retirement; the average
fete being $86.50 per month per
>n, double occupancy which
eludes three meals a day.
igle rooms are also available,
aal dietary kitchen and din-
room available at $1.00 per
ly extra charge.
nations are now being ac-
i for our new Garden
fing. Rentals start at $86.50 per
1011th per person, which in*
kides a lovely private room
ith running water, and three
ell-prepared meals a day. Also
ese guests may enjoy the same
cial activities as those.in the
tin building.
Regardless of your, age, you can
join The Charles S. Lavin
it Organisation, the
being one dollar ($1.00)
year. This entitles you to a
ithly bulletin and should'a
Fiber come to one of our
eh as a permanent guest, ha
she will receive a discount of
1100.00 the end of the first year.
For specific information
regarding the numerous
Lavin Retirement Hotels
throughout tho country,
pleose writ* Charles S.
Lavin as noted balow.
There is no obligation.
Dode Heights
Women's Donor
Sisterhood of Dade Heights Jew-
ish Congregation held its third an-
nual donor luncheon at the Eden
Roc hotel last wees.
Theme of the iancheen was
"Queen for a Day." Mrs. Alvm
Stern was named "Queen" for
earning the largest donor.
Five women crowned princesses
for bring the next five highest don-
ors were Mrs". Harvey Duke, Mrs.
sal DeCaro, Mrs. Mike Altes, and
Mrs. Bert Levy and Mrs. Gil Arem.
Chairman of the luncheon was
Mrs. Harry Hausman. Co-chair-
man was Mrs. Jerry Sonnenschein.
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'Secret of Happiness'
"The Secret of Happiness" will
be the topic of a lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson Friday, 6.46 p.
m.. in the gardens of the Black-
stone hotel. A question and answer
period will follow the lecture,
which is open to the public. Friday
morning, 8:30 a.m., Dr. Wolfson
will speak before the Athletic Club
on 10th st. .
mMS. tVA BLUM
Boat Ride Sunday
Pioneer Women, Club 1, will
hold a boat ride on Sunday at
5 p.m. The Seven Seas will leave
from Pier 8. Chairman is Mrs. Hen-
ry Seitlin. Wolfie Cohen donated
refreshments.
Guest Artists
At School Here
Spencer-Xart School of Art, Inc.,
announces that prominent guest
artists will assist in spring and
summer workshops for adults and
young people.
The first of the visiting instruc-
tors is Eugnie Schein, who has
shown in New, York and Florida.
Miss Schein took her Master's
degree in fine arts at Columbia
University, and studied dance with
Martha Graham.
Special classes are held for chil-
Retirement Group
Adds New Plans
First Retirement Foundation an-
nounced this week it is adding
three new special services to its
plans for happier living for senior
citizens.
These include Golden Age Movie
Clubs to allow oldsters to attend
movies at half-price, development
of 2,000 apartment villas in up-
state Florida for lifetime lease at
an anticipated $35 a month, and
an "adopted grandmother" plan
Usj private homes where grand-
; mothers are sorely needed as
home-makers and aids to working
mothers. v
Foundation offices a r e is the
Langford bldg., Miami. Officers
are Donald M. Early and Helen
Alpert.
dren, young people and adults.
Registration is now being taken
for these workshops.
Tots 'Graduate'
At MonticeHo
A traditional luncheon was to
cap the graduation program for
more than 45 youngsters of the*
MonticeHo Park Jewish Center
kindegarten. school on Thursday.
Graduates were to be blessed by
Rabbi Max A. Lipscbitz at morn-
ing exercises in the sanctuary of
the congregation. ,
Under the'direction of Mrs. Sid-
ney Keshlansky, head teacher, and
Mrs. Saul Frectital and Mrs. Sam-
uel Siegel, teachers, the students
were to present a melody of holi-
day songs of the year.
Registration is now being taken
for all classes of the school for the
coming year.
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Siyum Hatorah
At Southwest
Siyum Hatorah dedication will
take place at Southwest Jewish
Center Sunday at 2 p.m.
The Torah is the gift of Mrs. Ida
Lechinsky in memory of her hus-
band, Abraham Lechinsky.
Jewish War Veterans will par-
ticipate in the procession during
the Memorial Day dedication, as
well as students of the Center re-
ligious school.
Rabbi Maurice Klein, spiritual
leader of Southwest Jewish Center,
will officiate.
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Palm Beach, Florida
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Professor Named Advisor
Frank M. Dunbaugh, associate
professor of marketing at the Un-
iversity of Miami, has been named
advisor to the U.S. delegation to
the Plenary Assembly of the World
Federation of United Nations
which will meet Sept. 5 to 10 in
Warsaw, Poland. His appointment
was announced here by Herman
Steinkraus, president of the Amer-
ican Assn. for the United Nations.
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Friday, May
Jewish Flondian Exrlum-e
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ARRIAGE COUNSELOR
bu *^m
by ^'.miiic/ Of. t^Jilina
Miami's Nationally Famous Marriage Counselor and Author
"Well, my favorite anthropologist, Dr. Margaret
Mead, has sounded off again and, frankly, I'm get-
ting rather fed up with her pontifical pronuncia-
thentos.
In her latest blast. Dr. Mead asserted that
"most women today want to marry mediocre men
They don't want their husbands to do anything im-
portant. They want their husbands to come home
each night ... To be1 more interested in their chil-
dren than in their work."
Now I have the highest respect for Dr. Mead's
professional qualifications. When it comes to detail-
tag the love life of the natives of Samoa or Tim-
buctu. she is eminently fair, factual, and scientific.
But when it comes to telling us what modern
men or women think or how they behave she is way
eff base. To get -down to cases, I simply don't be-
lieve that most women today want to marry medi-
ocre men. The fact that many do is beside the
point. The unpleasant truth is that most men and
women are both dull and mediocre. They lack
charm. They lack wit. And they lack imagination.
A novel idea is as foreign to them as honesty is to
the average politician. And about as paiaful.
But this doesn't mean that the average woman,
dull and mediocre as she is, would not be interested
in marriage to a superior male. On the contrary. I
stronftw suspect that she would. Unfortunately, she
lacks the opportunity There are simply not enough
superior males around.
Importance of Status
Nevertheless. I have the feeling that the aver-
age woman wants a man whom she can look up to
and respect, whom she will admire for his superior
intelligence and creative imagination, who by the
very fact of marriage will enhance her own status '
and prestige.
For we live in a world where status takes on
increasing importance. The wife married to a suc-
cessful physician can look down on her inferiors; so
can the wife married to a brilliant lawyer or busi-
nessman.
But the wife married to a poor clod-hopper en-
joys no such, feeling of superiority. She can lord it
over no one of any importance, and she spends her
days and night plotting to improve her lot. She is
aware that no one respects or admires her husband.
More important she is often aware that she doesn't
respect him herself.
So I must take issue with the Right Hon. Marg-
aret Mead when she says most women don't want
their husbands to do anything important. They do.
Week in and week out, I have heard wives complain
that they simply can't get interested in what their
husbands do because what they do lacks interest,
glamor or excitement. These women want their
men to do something significant, to make a splash
in the world that will getlheir names talked about.
Unbalanced Living
For, again, what their husbands do reflects on
their wives, enhances their prestige in the commun-
ity, and gives them a feeling of importance and
superiority that is soothing to their self-esteem.
Nor am I persuaded that wives want their hus-
bands to be more interested in the children than in
their work. Though I have not taken a poll of what
wives wantnor has Dr. Mead, for that matterI
strongly suspect that most wives would gladly set-
tle for their husbands to be as Interested in their
children as in their work.
Unfortunately, altogether too many" husbands
lead completely unbalanced lives. They are either
too engrossed -in. their work or nt enough. They
too engrossed in. their work or not enough. -They
nothing in excess." In this lies the real tragedy.
Mr. (ft* is mnllmhh for (Wrote assrrloft ceewsefwf
f fa* NwttaftM aasdkof We*., fa ,'..,'
Proud recipient of the annual county-wide Conununit
Trophy, offered by the Greater Miami Jewish Commu
ter to the teen-age club performing the most communi:
during the year, is Joyce Buchwald (second from le
ident of the Omega Delta Psi Girls' Club, which won t'r
by producing an average of 76 hours of communi'
work per member during the past year. Shown a:
right) Leslie Lipp. Miss Buchwald, Walter Feltman.
of the Miami YMHA Branch, who made the piesentc
David Eslcenazi. Miami Branch director.
Servioj
servici
'). pies
i award I
3ervio)J
s left ml
^sidentl
:a, andl
fkst-Mhkters Slate Ptoy | president, and Norman Hoi
* director. In the lead ro.-s of
"Night of January 16" is the first group's first production are
production scheduled by the first-.old Schecter. Joe Kin,?, and
Nighters, a theater group here Gordon. In charge* of i 'onmti
comprised of professionals and is Harold Schecter at Bo: 35th i
semi-pros. Mrs. Edward Marks is I Miami Beach.
Confirmation at Emanu-EI Wednesday
Temple Emanu-EI will hold its
annuaj confirmation service on the
first day of Shavuoth. Wednesday
morning, at which time the follow-
ing students of the Temple relig-
ious school, having completed ten
years of their stipulated course of
study, will be confirmed.
Dale, daughter ot Mrs. Joseph
Berman; Leonard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morn- Bertner; Ronald, son
of Mr and Mrs. Murray Debling-
er; Benjamin. >on of Mr and Mrs.
Ernest Field; Margie, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Irving Frankel; Phyl-
lis, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mar-
tin Goldwyn.
Goldie. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Dataiel Handel; Edward, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Grenwald: Jef-
frey, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard
Kaplan; Harriet Joyce, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz;
Katz; Iris Judith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Klempner; Adn-
enne. daughter of Mrs. Selma Le
ban; Bonnie Lynn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Morris; Stanley,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murav-
chick; Eileen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Teitelbaum; Jonathan,
son of Mr and Mrs. Harold Turk;
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Zab-
lo; Judith. Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Jack Zebitz.
A -penal program has been pre-
pared for the service in which stu-
dents will participate. Class vale-
dictorian is Jeffrey Kaplan. Dr. Ir-
ving Lehrman. spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-EI. will charge the
confirmands. Cantor Israel Reich
will chant, assisted by the Temple
FAMOUS Ml

let
choir. Certificates and Bibles will
be presented to confirmands by
Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz. chair-
man of the board of education, as-
sisted by Mrs. Milton Smith. Sis-
terhood president, and Rabbi Ber-j
nard A. Mussman. director of ed-l
ucation.
Confirmation luncheon for the
confirmands and their guests will
take place immediately following;
the service at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
Confirmation class instructor
was Meyer Samberg. with confir-
mation preparation handled by
Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Ru-
bin Levin. Chairmen were Mrs. Jo-
seph Berman and Al Zablo.
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Graduates Get Encyclopedias
PTA of Temple Judea. as a part
of the closing activities for the
year, presented each of the 12
graduates of t h e Tfmple schooi
with an English Hebrew Ency-
clopedia last Friday at a special
service.
Children of Temple Judea's Jun-
ior Choir will receive awards of
recognition for their participation
at all Sabbath and holiday services
throughout the year at another re-
ligious service this Friday evening.
Awards will be presented by Mrs.
Bernard Yesner Choir. "Mother of
the Year."
Mrs. A. Berkowitz. recently re-
elected president of the PTA. will
be installed along with new offi-!
cers and board members at the'
Temple installation at the Dupont
Plaza on Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
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Iday, May 27, 1960
"JenisMcridliajn
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lited Synagogue Sisterhoods Offer
irkshops and Beet New Officers
inference of Florida Branch- An afternoon plenary session in-
fraining of the National Worn- eluded "Conference Briefing," by
^i^|ueu o^ the Lnited Syna-
je of America opened "here re-
ily at the Eden Roc-hoter. Miss
|lan Gcodman, chairman.of the
(terence, greeted delegates.
in Elected
Academy
rajidjgnt, My H^rcy, Levitt,lreaa
jrer s report by Mrs. Nathan Betk-
ureps report by
er, nominations committee report
by chairman, Mrs. A. Louis Mech-
lowitz. Credentials chairman ap-
pointed was Mrs. Norman Lief,
with resolutions by Mrs. Yaakov
Rosenberg. Mrs. Albert Fried, na-
tional speaker consultant, led a
workshop on "Self Improvement
for You Through. Your' Sister-
hoods."
A banquet honored Mrs. Sara
' Size Czech in tribute by the Jew-
By Special Report
>STON Abba Eban, Minister
out Portfolio in the Israel Cab-
and president of the Welz-1 ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
Institute of Science, was ica. Mrs. Czech was pre-entcd
ed as a Foreign Honorary; with an "Eternal Light Award" by
kber cf the American Academy Dr. Irving tehrman of Temple
rts and Sciences at the 180th. Emanu-EI, in the name of the
ial meeting of the Academy in Seminary. Rabbi Mayer Abramo'-
lon, Mass., this week. I wilz, of the North Shore Jewish
|e American Academy w a s. Center, delivered the benediction,
led in 1780, four years after ,,_. _,,. "
American Declaration of Inde- ;S.!S,Jerhod C1,nl0*' a f'1
pence, and its members include mcthod J presenting workshops
Cists, humanists, artists, writ-1 wa\ COnd"C,ed b? Mrs RaJph
jnd some "men of affairs" who I "ank'n Co-chairman was Mrs.
[deemed to exemplify the .ca- Harold *"ey..
ic virtues U\ public and inter-! Program coordinator of the con-
Mai life. ference of Conservative Sister-
Mn is among 37 Foreign Mem- noods was Mrs- Ja<* Sherman, and
elected to the Academy at its general arrangements chairman
bnt meeting. w*s Mrs. Ruth Hirschfield. Mrs.
. new Foreign Members elect- ** Ho*a" was *n f*
[Together with Eban include *,onat. Temple *manu-EI. w'th
Paul Sartre. Pablo Casals, Mr* J*'"01? Smlth- fe^ent of
Picasso, France; Sir Lewis s,sternd. "er co-chairman.
lir. Sir Charles Snow, Great Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
pin; Prof. Otto Ilahn. of Ger- Beth David Congregation, was
and his partner in atomic guest speaker at a luncheon ses-
Lise Meitner; Jan Tin- sion. "Total Scope," session on
of the Netherlands; and!outline of Sisterhood- activities,
scientists and literary fig-f was conducted by Mrs. Albert
Alexander Nesmeyanov, of Fried. Evening entertainment in
JSSR Academy. L. I. Sedov.ciud.ed Mrs. Herbert Tietzer.
Moscow Academy and Ser- Mpg Samue, u of HoU
ins Ulnova. of the Bolahoi -^ insta,le the following ne.
ly-elected officers of Florida
fxi's candidacy was submitted; Branch. President, Mrs. Harry
president of the Academy, Levift, of Temple Beth Sholem,
1 Hollywood; vice presidents. Mrs.
George Beiger, Temple Israel, Day-
tona Beach: Mrs. Jack Sherman,
Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood;
and Mrs. William Dickson, Israel-
ite Center, Miami. ^#
Recording secretary, Mrs. Bes
Shapiro, Dade Heights Jewish Cen-
ter; corresponding secretary. Mrs.
Marvin Choos, MolIU Kahaner
Sisterhood. Monticello Park; finan'
cial secretary, Mrs". Albert
Schwartz, North Shore Jewish
Center; treasurer, Mrs. Nathan
Becker, Tifereth Jacob-Congrega-
tion.
jKirtley Mather, of Harvard
id leaders of the Academy
ril. 1959. when be gave a lec-
kt the Academy's headquar-
| Boston on the interrelation-
tween scientific and social"]
is.
At recent session of Florida Branch-in-Training of the National
Women's League, United Synagogue of America. Session
honored Mrs. Sarah Sive Czech, Miami Beach philanthropist
for her contributions to the Women's Residence Hall of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Seated (left to right)
are Mrs. Albert Fried, national conference chairman, and Mrs.
Czech. Standing (left to right)* are Mrs. Harry Levitt, Branch
president and Miss Lillian Goodman, conference chairman
and chairman of the branch Residence Hall campaign.
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"Parents Day" dinner w 111 he
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on Sunday, evening.
Music and entertainment will
feature Mai Balkin and his orches-
tra.
Smorgasbord and cocktails will
be served from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.,
with dinner following.
"This promises to be one of the
most beautiful and gala events of
the year," Mrs. Jack Shapiro, pres-
ident, announced Wednesday.
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Samuel Friedlartn, president of
Temple Emanu-EI, anounces that
Judge Irving Cypen has been ap-
pointed by the executive commit-
tee to serve as- chairman oi the
board of directors of the Temple
for the year 1960-61. Judge Cypen
is a former president of the Broth-
erhood of Temple Emanu-EI. and
has been just installed for his sec-
cond term as vice president of the
congregation.
Judea Students *
Will Graduate
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual
leader of Temple Judea. will offi-
ciate at the confirmation of one
of the largest classes in the his-
tory of the Temple on Tuesday at-
7:30 p.m. A total of 30 boys and
girls win receive certificates of
confirmation indicating the com-
pletion of ten years of religious
study.
Confirmands will participate in
a special cantata under the direc-
tion of Cantor Herman Gottlieb,
with William H. Rahm at the organ.
Benjamin Udoff. education di-
rector, of the religious school, will
certify the class. Victor Reiter,
president of the Temple, will pre-
sent the certificates, and gifts from
the Temple will be presented by
Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, president of
Sisterhood.
Members of the clam ar* Ira. win
of Mr. %ad Mi* Louts Alwelm: shk.iii,
ilauKlili-r ill" I >r aiyl Mr.", George l'.ll-
ber; Kiithv. (laiinlu.i of Mi ami Mi-h.
M. A. Baxkln; Allr<\ daughter of Mr.
unit Mrs. Samuel I'.lorh: Kramine.
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daimhler of Mr. and Mrs. Ben I-V..-I-
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Friday. May 27,
New Organization .*** t$fofioB
Elects Friedson
Because they are fortunate enough to have
National Council of Jewish Women's first Pres-
idents Institute on their "home ground," these
division presidents, shown here with Mrs.
Sidney Lewis (standing right). Greater Miami
Section president, at their joint installation last
week, were able to attend the Institute to
which only Section presidents from the rest of
the country were invited. The Institute was
a\ the Deauville hotel May 22 through 26. Seat-
ed (left to right) are Mrs. Barney Hodes. pres-
ident, Indian Creek Division; Mrs. Harry Or-
leans, president, Bay Division; Mrs. Jack
Chanin, president, Lincoln Division; Mrs. Wil-
liam Altman, president. Shores Division; Mrs.
Harold Zeeman, president, Biscayne Division;
Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, president. Sunset
Division. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Irv-
ing Miller, president. Islands Division; Mrs.
Sidney Lewis, president. Greater Miami Sec-
tion.
Inaugural dinner of the Politi-
cal Information Committee here
Sunday honored Max Friedson at;
the Polish American Hall.
Friedson was elected president
of the -newly-formed organization.
"Recognizing the great need pre-
vailing on our busy society today
for the dissemination of unbiased
factual political information in
Dade county, we have joined to-
gether in an honest effort to pre-
sent the vital facts about candi-
dates seeking public/ office," Fried-
son explained.
"Only an alert and informed pub-
lic can help make possible true
representation and a community
based on the principles of Ameri-
can democracy."
go
A group of women from Fla,
. chapter of B'nai BTith Jl *
hand May 21 at Hialeah H I
School to assist in the registr ',?*
, of the physically handlcaE?*
employment. This was theT. ,
1 tempt by Dade county coord*. *
I for the physically handicap,*^
obtain registration at the kZ
schools. Representing Flam*
chapter at registration were v,
. Samuel Rossnick. Mrs MitTJ
; Cohen, Mrs. David Lerner M
(Torn Scalise, arid Mrs. mjiS
Wascowitz, chairman
Beach Palsy Unit
Installs Officers
Miami Beach Women's unit of
I ted Cerebral Palsy held a com-
sd annual spring luncheon and
installation at noon on Wednesday
at he San Souci hotel.
Mrs. Irving Chait was chairman
cl he event. Ticket chairman was
111 James Cohen.
Ntallation ceremony was con-
ducted by Harry Botwick, presi-
< t of the United Cerebral Palsy
-A i. Installed for the coming
year were president. Mrs. Donald
. smack; vice presidents. Mrs. AI-
Budlow, Mrs. Edward Guth-
reari. Mr. Irwin Schwartz and
Mrs. Donald Taylor; financial sec-
ri ry, Mrs. Seymour Seldin; treas-
i-i--. Mrs. Gilbert Frank; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Donald Leven-
v n corresponding secretary. Mrs.
Yetta Rosenkrantz; social secre-
tary, Mrs. May Arno.
>ewly elected board members
arc Mesdames Harry Altman, Sam
Berk, Ben Bloom, Irving Chait,
Janes Cohen, Edith Coleman, Rob-
en Gale. Ida Goldman. William Le-
vin Adele Miller, Joseph Richman.
MtS. DO*AID BAMMACK
Harry Schlossberg, Ann Smiles.
Albert Shore.
Members reelected to the board
are Mesdames Jerry Cohen, Wer-
ner Cohen. Bea Frohman, Robert
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War." "March on the Movies,"
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Gene Fleischer, head of the film !
section of UM's Department of
Radio-TV-Film, will teach the es-
sentials of theatrical and educa-'
tional film production and the use
of technical equipment.
Summer Membership Coffee
' Coral Gabies chapter of Hop,
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*Je*isHk>rldriajn
Pag# 7-1
ctrvninglu
THE topic of perfumes is always
B popular among our fair sex.
Your perfume, like your clothes
and other accessories, is but an
extension of your personality.
If you are the trim, tailored
- type a heavy exotic perfume such
s Tabu certainly is not in keep-
ing with your personality. How-
ever, an occasional change, such
as a minor shock treatment, is
sometimes recommended per-
haps a very decollete dress in an
extremely sophisticated style and
in a color that you do not usually
wear, with the corresponding
makeup and coiffure.
On the other hand, if you us-
ually are the high fashion sophis-
ticate, try a soft feminine dress,
something on the demure side, I
along with toned-down makeup, a*
more casual coiffure and some I
light floral perfume. J
As you know, yoor perfume is
the heaviest concentrate of the'
scent, with the toilet water and
cologne being less expensive but
of necessity used more lavishly.
Your perfume should be ap-
plied after your bath, and after
your makeup is on, and your
foundation garments and, dress
all put on after your perfume.
The pulse spots are where you
apply your perfume, as ^ell as
behind the ears, under the arm,
inside the elbow, inside the wrist,
and In back of the knees. Re-
member that hair holds odors
quite well, so put a little just
above your-temples and around
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the hair line in back of the neck.
Models also apply the perfume
with a piece of cotton and then
tuck the cotton into their bra. In
this way, it acts as a sachet and
the odor lasts hours longer.
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nEMEMBER to carry a
* purse-size flagon of the
small
purse-size flagon of the same
perfume-fou are wearing. Jewel-
ed bottles or plastic containers
are available along with minia-
ture-size funnels.
Experiment with different per-
fumes, since each blend of oils
smells a little different on indi-
vidual people. Just because your
friend used My Sin, it doesn't
necessarily mean it will suit you.
You will need different perfumes
for the different times of the day
or evening^ and for different
types of clothes. s
You also might try experiment-
ing, with bath oils. Many women
use them as a perfume, amt"th*1
scent seems to last hours longer.
With summer approaching, try
changing along with the climate
to a perfume and personality
change. You'll be amazed by
what a simple bit of perfume can
do for you.

QUR fashion show calerfdar
w finds us at the Fontainebleau
this Friday. We are presenting
a luncheon showing for the RCA-
TV convention. It Will be en-
titled "Fontainebleau Fantasy."
Swim suits and sports Wear will
be shown' from Kurlaifders, of
Lincoln rd., and daytime dress
and evening Wear will be from
the Ruth Bayless shop on Lincoln
rd. Children's fashions are from
the Sylvia Whyte shop. Jewelry
and accessories are from David's
Fifth Avenue, and the coiffures
are by J. Baldi. Your columnist
will coordinate an! commentate
the show.
Gale Elected Vice President
Efraim Gale, executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, was elected a vice
president of the National Assn. oi
Jewish Center Workers at the close
(of the organization's 42nd annual
I convention in Atlantic City, N.J.
NAJCW is the professional associ-
ation ot more than 1,600 social
workers employed in Jewish Com-
munity Centers and YM-YWHA'a.
PTA Installs
Mrs. Frankel
M*S. m FftANKK
Mrs. Sol Frankel was installed
president of the PTA of North
Shore Jewish Center at recent
ceremonies in the Deauville hotel.
Others installed were Mesdames
Sam Pearlman, Benjamin L. Stein-
berg, William Gottlieb, Emanuel
Ginsburg, Paul Wilson and Joseph
Small, vice presidents; Charles
Levine, Isadora Blofstein, Louis
Braverman and Marshall Kratzer,
secretaries; and Rubin Zerlin,
treasurer.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiri-
tual leader, installed the officers.
The program, which also featured
an "Honor Your Teacher Night,"
was chaired by Mrs. Joseph Small.
Montgomery Clift and Lee Remick, romantic two-some of Elicj '
Kazan's powerful presentation of "Wild River," powerful story
of the beginnings of the Tennessee Valley project, in color,
now at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres.
PUBLIC RELATIONS AND FUND RAISING EXECUTIVE
w.rt, ,ol.d background of prof.,on.l .Kp.,i,. i community 0r9.ni1.ti0..
and campaign manag.m.nl for nationally known educational, ,.li-io,. am|
w.lf.r. mrtiMMM ^.fc, chalking mnJ hiBKlr ra.pon.ibU poaition .. ox**.
t.v. d.ractor for worthy Jowi, ... W.ll .oucatad. articul.t. ,pok..m.n.
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THE FAMILY OF THE LATE .
MARG1RET M/UEK
WISHES TO THANK HER MANY FRIENOS-'FOR j
THEIR KIND EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. Cooper man ,
Mr. Joseph W. Malek Miss Lillian Malek
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MontieeNo Elects
Wolk President
Harold Wolk has been elected
president of Monticello Park Con-
gregation.
Other officers elected recently
include Jack Diamond, Murray
Greene, George Goodman, and Sid
Weiner, vice presidents; Ray Book-
man, financial secretary; Mrs.
Regene Choos, recording secre-
tary; Ewald Ziffer,.treasurer; and
Mrs. Jennie Golden, corresponding
secretary.
Trustees are Sam Dorfman, Na-
than Ostrov. Sid Krassner, Dr.
Samuel Leb, Mrs. Freda Levine.
Max Mickelson, Ernest Janko,
Channon Band, Morris Segall, and
Gabriel Shantzis.
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*Jeisii Florldlian
Friday, May 27. I960
JFCS Charges Federation
With Attempted Denial
Of Agency's 'Autonomy' "
A broadside charge .that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is
attempting "to deny thi* agency its autonomy" and "to intervene in
this Board's duty to conduct its own affairs," was voiced here Sunday
by Dr. Melvin Becker, outgoing president of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, at the agency's 40th annual breakfast meeting at
the Algiers hotel.
Dr. B&ker also suggested the
nerd for a Federation self-study. .),t. failures of the Greater Miami
as a result of what he called "the .Jewish Federation, in fund-raising,
failuros" of the community's over- (planning, financial status, leader-
all fund-raising and planning or-. snjp, inter-agency relations, pres-
ganization.* !lige> understanding of need, level
The breakfast celebrated the j 0f operational suppart."
JFCS anniversary as one of Dane Re,erring agajn l0 the JFCS ^j.
county's oldest welfare agencies.
study in the '50s, Dr. Becker as-
In hi* annual report. Dr. Becker serted. ..,us, >s however, were
pointed to JFCS development since prepared for fu objective, critical
its establishment in 1320. with em-
examination, these reports should
phasis on changes that pushed the ^ ,he precurs0P8. for sucn study
agency forward at decade inter
vals.
"It took nearly all of that first
decade," Dr. Backer declared,
"befoge evolved to the place
where we employed somebody."
The year 1930, he indicated,
marked the agency's incorpora-
tion, "and the same year we
beeeme a charter member of the
new Council of Social Agencies,
new Isnown as the Welfare Plan-
ning Council."
There have been many surveys.
One more, to assure a common
level of understanding, might be
indicated.V
The JFCS president suggested
that "we would hope that the
outcome of an intensive objec-
tive study of Jewish community
organization would include a re-
affirmation oi individual agency
autonomy."
It was then that Dr. Becker
charged the Greater Miami Jew-
Dr. Becker said that the 30s jsh Federation with "an attempt
saw the change-over from a paid, ,0 deny this agency its auton.
staff to qualified professional so-;omy, to intervene in this Boards
ciai workers, as well as the agen- du,y (0 po,,^, its own affairs."
cyji interest in the establishment; Poin,ing ,0 a declaration bv the
ol ,the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1 Fami|y Service Assn. of America
eratmn. I southern regional conference last
The war years, and the nextmonth Dr. Becker quoted the
decade, during which the organiza- dec]aration as asserting that "If
tion changed its name-and view-! family agencies are going to im-
point to Jewish Social Service j prove and grow and meet the new
Bureau, were marked by empha- challenges of expanding commlin
sis on the New Americans pro- ities board autonomy must be re-
gram gained."
"Again, the end of the decade1
brought a change of potential sig- Said the Jewish Family and
nificance, and one in which the j Children's Service president: "In
central planning and financing or- our case, it needs to be preserved,"
ganizations were involved," said adding the "the board of an agen-
cy should be responsible and able
to manage that organization. It
can relate to another organization.
To this study, the JFCS pros- i( can give attention to the views
ident attributed "some direc- |0f another organization. It can
tions and pi*ns for the years to i gjVe respect to another organiza-
follow." He also pointed to the 1 tion But a board is irrespon-
agency's accreditation by the sjh|e if it gives over its decision
Family Service Assn. of Amer- making commitmentif it passes
lea. Child Welfare League of ,(he buck of responsibility to some
America, and JFCS participation ,other group."
during the '50s in th Survey gf I __ _
Family and Child Care Services Concluded the report: the
Dr. Becker. "This was the self
study of our agency."
Dr. Melvin Becker Cleft), outgoing president of Jewish Family
and Children's Service, receives plague citing him for his two
years in office at the 40th annual meeting of JFCS Sunday
morning in the Algiers hotel. Making the presentation is
Harold Tannen, toastmaster. ____________
It's Bryant Over Carlton for Governor;
Other Races List Final Totals Here
of the Welfare Planning Council
here.
health in our society is absolutely
dependent upon the freedom of dis-
sent, the opportunity for contro-
Looking to the future. Dr. Beck-iversy, the existence of the market-
er praised those "who clear away place of dispute, the expectation
community deceptions." This was that there will be individuality and
a reference to recent reports "of self-determination in organizational
Farris Bryant, of Ocala, Tues-
day defeated Sen. Doyle Carlton.
jr., in the runoff for Governor of
Florida. Bryant will be the Dem-
ocratic party's nominee in the
November elections.
The decisive victory gave Bry-
ant 491.217 votes to 406.630 for
Carlton in 1.927 out of 1,971 pre-
cincts throughout the state (at
Jewish Floridian press time).
In other races. Sen. Tom Adams,
of Orange Park, defeated Jess Yar-
borough. of Miami, virtually to as-
sure himself the post of Secretary
of State, he faces only nominal
Republican opposition in Novem-
ber. Adams received 4)1.021 bal-
lots to 296.070 for Yarborough.
Only other statewide contest
was for Commissioner of Agricul-
ture. In this race, Doyle Conner
bested W. R. Hancock with 413,
524 votes to 357,056.
In Dade county Metro Commis-
sion races. Miami Springs Mayor
James H. Allen upset M. R. "Moe"
Harrison for the District 3 seat.
The tally was 51,374 for Allen to
49.322 for Harrison. Jack Beck
with won in District 1 with 63.234
to George DuBreuils 48.280. In
, District 2 it was Frank Prnitt. 61.
,496, to 39,408 for Johnson Davis.
In the Circuit Court1 race. Group
1, Francis J. Christie received 83,-
283 to defeat George S. Okelt, sr
51.793. Other judicial races uv
j eluded:
Juvenile Court Bop J. Shep
Ipard. 84. 081. over Dixie Uerlong
Chastain, 87.758.
Small Claims CourtIncumbent
Sidney L. SenaII. 77,300. Morton L.
Perry, 54.448.
Justice of Peace. District 2
Ralph B. Ferguson, jr., 9.389 to
7.891 for Carlos B. Fernandez.
In the Constable, District 2 run-
off, George F. Rogers defeated
i Marvin Christmas with 8,228 to
7,375.
Running a hard race for school
board. Jack D Gordon defeated his
opponent, former board member
E. L. Allsworth, by a vote of 68,-
279 to 65,476.'
Family Service
Marks 40 Years
Agency progress since its estab-
lishment in 1920 was highli^rfte-l
at the 40fh annual breakfast meet-
ing Sunday of Jewish. Family and
Children's Service at the Algiers
hotel.
Harold Tannen was toastmaster
of the meeting which featured
a film-and sound presentation of
JFCS programs in marriage coun
seling, general family counseling,
homemaker service, foster home
care, and adoptions.
Commentary was by Albert
Coma nor. executive director of the
agency.
Dr. Melvin Becker, outgoing
president of JFCS, gave the
agency's annual report, and was
presented with a plaque for his
"two years of devoted service"
In office.
Mrs. Hannah Scher, widow of
the late Mr. Herbert Scher, re
ceived a citation from the agency
in commemoration of Mr. Seller's
contributions to JFCS in an exec-
utive capacity over a period of
15 years as vice president, secre
tary, and chairman of several
committees, as well as of its for-
mer Vocational Service Depart-
ment.
New members elected "to the
board were Mrs. Earl C. Gluck-
man. Mrs. Charles Goldstein, Mrs.
George Graham. James KaUman,
Maurice Pavlow. Mrs. Aaron
Reder. Frederick Scher, Mrs. Mor-
ris Silver, Caryl Stern, and Mrs.
Harold linger. i
A panel of discussants at the .
Sunday meeting Included Dr.
Walter M. White, jr., psychiatric
consultant to JFCS; AMn Cae-
sel, membership chairman and
rimer president; and Maxwell
Fassler, assistant executive di
Dr. White discussed "Casework
as Therapy." Subject of Cassel's
address was "The Meaning of Mem-
bership." and Fassler spoke on
"Aspects of Professional Practice."
Fire Executive in Talk
Chief Charles Hurton, in charge
of planning and research for the
City of Miami Fire Department,
will address the Luncheon Club of
Shotem Lodge of B'nai B'rith at
noon on Friday at the Pool and
Cabana Club of the Robert Clay
hotel. Eli Hurwitz and Alfred
Kreisler are co-chairmen of the
I weekly luncheon meetings.
operation. The alternative, under
the name of totalitywhether it
jbe Jewish or any other type of
totality is often totalitarianism
in reality."
Beth David Confirmation Set
Beth David Congregation will
hold its confirmation service on
the first day of Shavuoth Wednes-
day morning. The class will take
an active part in the service. Mus-
ical program is prepared under
the direction of Cantor William W.
Lipson.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
give the charge to the confirm-
aiuis Sidney M. Aronovitz. presi-
dent of Beth David, and Mrs. Har-
old Reinhard. president of Sister-
hood, will distribute the certifi-
cates and confirmation Bibles.
Charles Z. Spingarn, president of
the Men's Club, and Max Silver.
chairman, board of education, will
offer greetings.
<'out iltn.i nils :l, 1: l.i .I.MIi da :uh-
ter "i Mr mill Mr- Morton Betgel;
j Melvin 8., mmi of Mr and Mr*. Paul
Itlaek: Howard Kenneth, son l Ml
and Mis .lark Holt. Olfpert Howard
[eon of Mi atid Mr* (leorge Cohen:
[Myra Buaan, daughter "f Mr and
I Mis. Mel.r Cohens Barbara Frai
I daughter of %V and Mra Ham r*jr-
;>. n Ki>t>in aii-iti, daugbtei of Judge
and Mrs a I Dubbin: victor Alan, eon
I Mr and Mrs Max rlidiinan
Kenneth Harrle, hou of .huh
Mis Milton l-'rtedman: I i a n n .
daughter of Mr. anil Mra. Milton
najruni Donna Francea, daughter of
Mr. and Mrn. Irvinir Oenet: Sheldon
Lawrence, eon of Mr, and Mra. Sam
;i.M,-iii-iank Ann Joan, dnugbter of
Mr. and Mm. Jack Greenhouse; Mai
ba Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrx.
H.n Jacob*; Lois Marsha, daughter
of Mr and Mm Kernard KeJbsui.
Diane Harriet, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. .lack Kane: Monroe Devi*, non
oi Mr and Mm David Kaplan How-
ard 1., son ot Mr. anil Mis Sheldon
Ka> ; Stephen, son Of Mi. and Mra,
Irwih l.ahhie. Linda Ka>e. daughter
.f Mis Minna Levin
Bonnie Kllrn, daughter of Mr. and
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Mr. and Mm. Harry Marks: Arna Kl-
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Mr. and Mr- Ben Miller: Susan,
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"Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian
A corsage ..free for tha. asking, and wUI.be presented-* eacrw
mother of a Bar or Bas Mijzvah if requested a month in advapce.
_ .... E,'iot. ***** 11>" Fred Bernstein will officiate
Bar Mitzvah of Elliot Fassy. son; at the Bas Mitzvah of Anne Hertz
of Mr. and Airs. Jules M. Fassy, in Flakier Granada Jewish Com-
will be celebrated Saturday morn- munity Center on Wednesday
ing, May Sal the Israelite Cen- morning, June 1, the first day of
ter, with -flabbi Morton Malavslfy Shavuoth.
officiating Anne altends sev,enth a(Je at
Elliot attends seventh grade at, Kinloch Park Junior High. Her
Nhenandoah Junior High and the mother is a teacher at the Frag-
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Hotel Features Van Smith
Van Smith, pianist who led in-
strumental groups in top supper
clubs in New York, Chicago. Las
Vegas and Miami, has been set by
the Diplomat hotel in Hollywood
i with his own trio. He will share
musical chores with T3iico ^nd his
Latin combine.
JOIL
JONATHON
DANIU
Israelite Center religious school.
Reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Fas-
sy home, 2528 SW 21st st.
Out-of-town guests will include
his grandmother, Mrs. Clara Fas-
sy, of New York, and Mrs. Eliza-
beth Grazi, an aunt, of Denver,
Colo.

David Hariton
Beth Emeth Congregation will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
David Jerome Hariton on Satur-
day morning, May 28. Rabbi David
Hersoh will officiate. .
David is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Hariton, 12530 NW 20th ct.
He attends Westview Junior High,
and is a student at Beth Emeth
religious school.
*
Jeffrey S.chaefer
RabW Mayer Abramowitz will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jef-
frey Schaefer on Saturday morn-
ing. May 28, at North Shore Jew-
ish Center.
Jeffsey is the-.son 'of Mr. and
Mrs. Maxston Scha"eier,"T4$S- Gary
ave." Hfe is a student in the relig-
ious sehool of the Center, and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High.
ler Granada Sunday school.

' Joyce* Wagner
Temple Beth Sholom will be the
site of the Bas Mitzvah of Joyce
Lynn Wagner on Saturday morn-
ing, May 28, with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating.
Joyce is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Wagner, 1265 N. Bis-
cayne Point rd. She is a student
in the^ Beth Sholom confirmation
class of 5722. Her father is presi-
dent of the Temple's Brotherhood.
*
Donald Laiken
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Donald Laiken
during Saturday morning services.
May 28. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
officiate.
Donald is the son of Mr. and
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DAVID
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aMrsUeentnaartdtheihFernSe reLSi^1^" ^l *rSard Davis'and low the "* at n<-
s^f for the past f^e M'S MaC C.*heD; B1n' Weau hote,. Out-of-tow* guests will
include Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Menkcs and Mrs. Edith Stalford,
New Jersey; Stanley Stalford, Los
Angeies, Calif.; and Mrs. Milton
L'snik, f Short Hills, N.J.
Kiddush will follow in his honor,
with the Laikens as hosts to the
congregation.
Joel Wolpe
Bar Mitzvah services for Joel
Wolpe will be held on the first day
of Shavuoth, Wednesday, June 1,
at Temple .Judea. Rabbi Morris
Skop and Cantor Herman Gottlieb
will officiate.
Joel is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Wolpe. He is a student in
seventh grade at Ponce de Leon
Junior High,- and has attended re
Jonathon kaplan
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ce- attlir Bar Mltzvsn-or JttMa-
thon Perry Kaplan on Saturday
morning. May 28, in Temple
Emanu-El. Jonathon is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M, Kaplan.
A student at Nautilus Junior
High, he attends Temple Emanu-
El religious school. Jonathon is
on the honor roll in both schools.
Stephen Tucker
Stephen Tucker, son of Mr. and
ligious school for the past five M". Irving Tucker 857 81st st.,
will become Bar Mitzvah dunng
Saturday morning services, May
28, at North Shore Jewish Center:
years.
Kiddush of sanctification will fol-
low the services in Joel's honor,
with his parents as hosts.

Michell. Rosinek
Michelle Beth Rosinek will be-
come Bas Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, May 28, at Beth
David Congregation. Rabbi Yaa-
kov Rosenberg and Cantor Wil-
liam Lipson will officiate.
Michelle attends Shenandoah
Junior High School. She is the
daughter- of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Rosinek, 1917 SW 17th ave.
Kiddush in her honor will follow
the service, with the IJpsineks as
hosts to the congregation.
-* *
Michael Lisinsky
Saturday morning services, May
28, at North Snore Jewish Center,
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Michael Lisinsky.
Michael is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Lisinsky, 8S21 Hard-
ing ave. He is a student in the re-
ligious school of the Center, and
attends Nautilus Junior High.

Anne Hertz
Rabbi Bernard Shoter and'Can-
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of
ficiate.
Stephen is a student in the-re-
ligious school of the Center and
attends Nautilus Junior High.
1
Daniel Goldman
Bar Mitzvah of Daniel Jay Gold-
man will be marked during Sat-
urday morning services, May 28,
at Temple Judea.
Daniel is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo J. Goldman. He is in seventh
grade at Shenandoah Junior High,
and has attended religious school
for the past four years and Sun-
day school for the past seven
years.
His sisters, Cecilia and Miriam,
are confirmands of the Temple.
Mrs. Mac Cohen, Boston.

Lois Stalford
Bag Mitzvah of Lois Rebecca
Stafford will take place on Satur-
day morning. May 28, at Temple
Emanu-EI, with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
"iaris is the daughter of Mr. andf
Mrs. Alfred D. Stalford. Ho is in.,
.seventh grade at Nautilus Junior
High, and attends Temple Emanu-
El religious school.
Reception in her-honor will fol-
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Five Students Will
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On Sunday evening, five stuu-
dents of the religious school oi"H
Tifereth Israel Congregation will!
be confirmed in ceremonies at thei
synagague, 6500 N. Miami ave.
After an average of five years,,
of attendance at the school, the
confirmands, Linda Jameson, Sara
Kane, Geffrey Lawrence, Leslie'
Pearlstein, and Rona Roth, will re-
ceive awards and certificates at-
testing to the completion of the.
confirmation course.
Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence will
officiate, with guest Cantor Joseph
Malek assisting.
Cantor Albert Glantz, of Tifereth
Israel, will chant the service wRh
the choir under the direction of
Mrs.'Pauline Querido.
Young Judea Pageant bae
Young Judea groups of D a d e
and Broward counties will present
their annual pageant, "From Slav-
Out-of-town guests for the dou- j ery to Freedom," on June 3 at the
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Friday,- Hay 27. I960
Law Expert Dead, 62
LONDON (JTA) Sir Hirsch; authority on international law,
Lauterpacht. one of the 15 judges died here last week of a heart at-
of the International Court of Jus- j tack at the age of 62.
ticc at The Hague and a leading I Born in the Ukraine, Sir Hirsch
studied at various European uni-
versities before accepting appoint-
ments in international Jaw at the
London School of Economics and
subsequently at the University of
Londan.
In 1S4S, ha was rtamad an ad-
visor fo tHa United Nation* Sc-
r.tri.t an tha codification of in-
ternational law.
Sir Hirsch served on the British
War Crimes Executive, the British
prosecution group at the Nurem-
berg trials in 1945-46. He was ap-
pointed-a judgef-*nr- Internation-
al Court of Justice to 1954.
Among his writings were: "The
Function of Law in the Ibternation.
al Community," and "International
Law and Human Rights." He was
editor of the British Yearbook of
International Law from 1944 to
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' Fridoy**fay 27, I960
*JeHis*fkridriatn
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Rosenf e\d: "Poet
Dies at Age 76
LECAL NOTICE
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NOT.CE UNDER
NEW-YORK UTA) Hersh &vSF'4'"*-
Rosenfeld, noted Yiddish poet, :,' I:h:? """ Ml-
.^'I .herejas, behead t. the a*!. |5?' $? k'VtlK
He was best known for his ren- ZtorfX"??"!?, *
tiering into Yiddish of the Kalev- '" u' ll'-''
ala. the eDic nnpm Af irh.u Miami, Florida
S^jr^^iXESS11^ &* Rube,. Alan Kamen. Jerome Bass
community graduation exerc^ses^ the He- SlS""qKau?an- B Sea* deft to. right) are
brew High School and the Jewish elerLentnrt ? Sem,ber?,' Arlene Shu*>. Dorothy
school, of Greater Miamixer?^ "^ 'Y*, H sponsored by the Bureau of jJSESX hSJ^ZS ,acob,80nJ Standing (center) i,
at Temp* Israel. Standing above Oa^SS" StSLfSSST"11 ^^ "" ^^
are ?qck Rabin, Saniord Reinhard. Gayte Lib- "tucauon.
ala, tje epic poem of Finnish lit
crature. In 1954, he was honored
hy the Finnish government for his
work, whieh was hailed as a lit-
erary tour de force in the Yid-
dish language press.
Mr. Rosenfeld spent many years
in the translation into Yiddish of
what he considered characteristic
American writing. Funeral serv-
ices were held Monday.
National Histadrut President Due Here
To Honor Warsaw Ghetto Heroic Fighter
77-------- mwcu ui
a reception Saturday evening in
the SeyiHe hotel.
Spoe^orjtig the function is the
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami.
Dr. llrvSng Lehrman. spiritual
leader! of I Temple Emanu-El. will P -.-.L Ll L a
pay tribute to Mrs Lubetkin. along PaCIt 7110(1 *Jll*l
with Joseph Schlossberg. president Wjn<; Aia#-ir#l
em Galilee, and bears some rem
nants of the Jfazi disaster period.
There is no admission to the Sat-
urday evening function in behalf
of the memorial. '
of theJNs [ional Committee for Is
rael njistdrut.
Schlclssbtrg Is arriving here
reciallf fi r the occasion, and
introduce [Mrs. Lubetkin.
"Mr*. Lubetkrn's stirring ad
drfis Jwiii revive the memory of
martyrdom as epitomized In the
last days of the Warsaw Ghetto
fighter*," Ehiel Lesowoi-r, pres-
ident, declared hare. "Judaism's
symbolic strerjth of survival is
row being eulogized and perpet-
uated in i! national memorial
snrin* undor construction in Kib
bulx Lochamei Haojnattaot."
Miami B*a*h HiRh School, senior
Golf Fro Appointed
Nick Bersan, an assistant to Dr.
Cary Middhfcoff at the Diplomat
Country Clufc, in Hollywood," has
been officially named head profes-
sional at, the Diplomat starting
June 1. Midcjlecoff, who has been
the club pro since its opening in
December. 1957, recently resigned
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scholarship award.
In the school's annual awards
assembly. afc--i**aini- Beach Audi-
brium. Miss Slavin was presented
with a four year. S2.000 grant to
'.he Uafttestty of Miami.
The ISfrear-old honor' student
,)lans to become an English teach-
CT' T^e ^chlarship award was
nade by. George W. Valentine.
Chase Federal community rela- "
jons director, in behalf of the
"hase Scholarship Foundation.
He cited her 'academic and lead-
ership achievements in school ac-
ivlties as, principal reasons for
ler selection.
In addition to ranking very high
n the senior*)ass, Miss Slavin was
ecording secretary of Allied
Youth, a member of the Future
Teachers of America, the Studen*
Jouncil, and the Girls1 Athletic
Assn. V \
She is theJdaughtcr.of Mr. and
^frs. David Slavin, 7637 Harding
ave. 0
l'he Chase Scholarship. Foiuida-
lon comrijiflee was composed of
Irvin W. Ka'tz, prihclpifl ef Miami-]
Beach High School; Dr. Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El; Dr.
a ,,l?n;-LE8TER berk
so" ".""' Nort* Shore dr., died m;,v
f -i bLa"n \"\'; f?*.....
of JlteBku U%| ami Tempi. i-
^"rv'vl,l re hi. wife Flor-
, V l':'1-- ;" *Uior, l.r.,-
' wi" B,V, s' ^''- were Ma*
-r hi Kiv^rld. Memorial
Normaaay Nie.
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\l mi iT '" ,'"" ''"ri1 "'-
Miami, ii;,., IntendH to realnter aid
nama.witti the Oerk of th, MrSiit
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notick ,s wnuBv amK that
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IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
... No. 47T76-B
IN RE: F.STATI-; of
ANNA AIAHC. ll.l.K
Keceaned.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKF
APPL'CJAT.ON FOR DISTR.BUT.Sn
V, AN.. F,NA- DISCHARGE
n.iii. I-, is hereby aiv<-n iiiat t
have mod my -.,,,., feJE ,, '"....'
tK.n ro, DUti-ibntlon "nS FiV'ai | ,.
tn< ,!,. .lay of Jim. Mia Will am.lv
', i.- r l"'"r"u- f"i' ajmroval of
^ ;'"' <>f the above-named de-
Thla -'ii'i da: < May,
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C/osiftf fxercises Junoty
Closing exercises of the religious
school of the Congregation of j
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-V'T.K is HKRKVY aiVBN lha,
(he underaian,d, deairina 1. ,,,-,.
ImkyT- ,"i'-^"' 'h" ri' name.".
Fl, l,f, ,". ,N'"'"' M"'n" ""''
i-i.i.. mi, mls. t.. n -i-i.-i aa.1 I
with tkatatr. -j KT^nS
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Vlonticellp Park will be held Sun- bami-ei. r htSSo? j" i:sa,;k
lay morning in the Sabal Palm &0^%?*5" K,
Elementary School. Men's Club of] _
he congregation, under the leatler IN
hip of Richard Sneider, has estab-1
IN -rSiJ,S5.^BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CWCUIT COUlTr OF THE
CLF.VnRN,r;. JUD'C.AL c/rclTiT OF
FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 00C 4S18
I'laintirr. '
ZHAZ*2Iy~ JUDGE'S COURT
A.NiLF,OR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
shed special awards in general IN RE: i:,,,Nf 4M"
rxcellence for the three outstand-: ,':.?,'!.',',', "i:avi:i"
ng students in each class. Tha,--^ ^not'ic'e to creditors
17" M 7" nd All l'.rs..- Hav-
ns Clalma or 1 >..,,..,1,1.
students in each class,
wards, in the form of pins with a
chained "60," will be distributed
\v Abraham Schoor. chairman of
he awards committee-.
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Jesse Spire^director, University award a scholarship to .a MiamUi-wi'm, '''*,J,h.,h"T'; ."''i1 "''i:'''""n,y-
't*AaBZ?tM*'ms*;Matl ^^'fi^fi High-Sc^ol senior. n^^^^J^r?!^^;;^
? Baker- general manager of [Foundation was set up in honor of '""'"..."I.."": -"" "' barred
.j n 1 ,------- ..-|i-kii m&n -01-rruui -senior, ine
?T A-.Baker- general manager of [Foundation was set up in honor of
Beach Chamber of !the late Frank A. Chase, for whom
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laV,"U '"-' '""'v BOtifiad and r.-.iulr-
ed1 11 niteaeni any flalm* .,,,,1 ,1.....and,
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at* ofJOWBWf BRA VET ,le.,s.d
la 1.. ..r.liade County. Hmi.l:. ,,, t|,P
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I file the aarae in their office* In lha
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lisher of the Miami Beach Sun.
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and research for the American
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710 f flvr
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In THE JBWIHH Kl.. mil U \N
DONE A.NP CRDICKKII .,. Miami,
1 1, thia I'lih day ol M..- in
16.
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Circuit court. Dadc Coanty. i-'i..rida
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M -ui 12, Florida
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Ehasa, sensational traoeze artist, demands top billing which
she has been promised, but discovers that Dr. Goethe has an-
other liaht of love" in the person of Melina. From left are
JTvonne Romain as Melina. Anton Diffring as Dr. Goethe, and
Erika Remberg as Elissa. starring in the Specta-color produc-
tion. Circus of Horrors." at the Olympia. Beach, and Gables
Th^"' Opening Friday at the Paramount. Corel and Colony
uJ!^2&g?" Bianmg ^Ckey Roone^ *?
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LOW
COST
HOME LOANS
To Buy, Build or Refinance
Inquiries Invited No Obligation
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VAAfi NAKASHMfTII Of
otei.rua
afintrrr
1st DAY
JUNE
6th DAY
SIVAN

We WiH Be Closed Wednesday and Thursday for the Jewish Hondays
FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. YOUR FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS WILL BE
OPEN MONDAY TIL 4 PJd, TUES. TIL 5 P-M, AND ML TIL 3 PJA
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-IT n htm |Scnlor Qtizens Urged to Take Rrm
*Je wjisjti ]r londbiatitistand on Thelr ManyNeeds Today
.uTak'ng a g'ant ^P ?W3y fFOm *>">wino the keynote

i, Florida, Friday, May 27, I960
the era when the public was be-.
--------- ing asked to "do things for the
Action C |poor old folks," over two hundred
senior citizens joined in confer-
ence last week in Miami, and spoke
out for themselves, with faith in
their ability to act in their own
behalf.
Gathered together at the first an-
nual senior citizens conference of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, delegates from
I four branches heard the kevnote
I speaker tell them that "everyone
I; talks about the problems of the
senior citizen but what is the
senior citizen doing about his own
problems?"
lowing the keynote session,
the senior citizens themselves
spelled out their own answers to
this challenge in such fields as
health, employment, social se-
curity, religion, family relation-
ships, leisure time activities,
public affairs, and housing.
From these workshop discus-
sions came such recommendations
as:

' 'vx.
All senior citizen clubs in the
comunity should get together to
further their common cause.
Senior citizens need increased
social security benefits, opportu-
nities for part-time employment,
properly located low cost-housing
5rlfM.:Sh^i^!L^.nC.t^a_n- **** "- a Federal program
for medical care.

ager of the Social Security Admin-
istration, "The senior citizen is
I still very much a part of the com-
munity and must take his proper
To achieve these goals, they
need to become more interested


place in community life, to act Iln Public affairs, to take leadership
[ for his own interests and for the i and action on vital issues, and to
good of the community at large." j exerc'se their voting power.
In seven different workshops ^ ""^ Want ,0 Preserve tn^t
independence as long as possible.
They need an increased pro-
gram of group activities; in the
Jewish Community Center, they
| need to express their needs clear-
ly and strongly through their clubs
and councils. ,
IB Official Here
\er Weekend
Sternberg. national director
I Jewish Welfare Board, Arm-
>rvices. visited the Miami
1st weekend, it has been an-
ed by Mrs. Louis Glasser, \
tan of the Armed Services i
jhtee in Greater Miami.
Glasser hosted a meeting I
home, 3168 Prairie ave., on
evening to formalize the
omraitte*. and discuss recent
|bn developments in South
ntatives of local orgeni-
whose national groups
Affiliated with the Jewish
fere Board were invited to
a report by Sttrnberg on
Iructure and relationship of
krmed Services program to
Jewish Community Can-
I local Federations, and the
fans Administration facili-
Kaplan, a member of the
Ir Miami Jewish Federation
fve committee and board of
Drs, who was recently elect-
ponal vice president of JWB,
led greetings to Sternberg
aif of the local community.
Bsenting the Jewish military
estead Air Force Base was
r'avid Rinzler who has been
Dental, with Tech. Sgt. San-
Llv?l?nMnUJ'E1..P^yer8 rehearse the premier performance
Tamf S?'^' ^ap,eduby T"Xie U*n from ** ^Pa
rT m nleft ?r nght ^ Leonard Glickman. Irvina
fn ,hepn;^,rS- ^W-toW- d Charles Rosenblatt Afeo
Z M u6 Mr!" 1a?e* Chen' Mrs" Ernest field. Joe Green-
rWvH% 'T <**??* ** Leon Glickman. Mrs.
Henry Hillman, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Harris. Mrs. Theodore
Hankoff Seyrnoux Kreisler. Mrs. William Kline. Mr. ana^Mrs
hJK/tS ^ ManeS Ro8enblatt' Bmy Rosens^h
tK, k rld Unger' and Mn- H"riet Vaisman
52 W ?Umr '? *?* LenOTd Ghckma"- The play is sS
AuditoriJr6 S n6W MiQmi *"* S*^ High School
Group Reelects Sarokin President
The Washington Avenue South
Shore Assn. has reelected presi-
dent Marcus O. Sarokin to serve
for the coming year. Sarokin is a
vice president of Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Elected as vice presidents are
Nathan S. Gumenick, Hal Pelton,
Joseph M. Rose, Ben E. Bronston,
and Jack Stein.
Secretary is Hyman Galbut,
Treasurer is Anthony Vroon, and
executive director is Ray Redman.
All new officers and the board
of governors will be installed by
Circuit Judge Irving Cypen at the
organization's 21st anniversary in-
stallation banquet, Sunday, May
ford J. Cohen, in directing the spe-
cial services for personnel and
their families.

22, in the Can-Can room of the
i Carillon. Chosen to the board of
'governors were:
I David Bass, Max Boderman,
Daniel M. Broad, Morris N. Broad
! William Burbridge, Leo A. Chai-
j kin, Charles S. Clements Jr., C. L,
Devine, David Diamond. Raymond
iFeiner, William Flamholtz, Adolph
|Friedel, Jack D. Gordon, Norman
! Greene, Charles F. Hall, S. J. Hal-
perin. George W. Hirsch, Samuel
; Hirsch.
! Carl T. Hoffman, H. A. James.
jSajn Lachman, Morris Lerner, E.
: Nash Mathews, James F. Mathews.
William G. Mechanic, Mrs. Baron
jde irsch Meyer, John E. Porte,
D. Lee Powell, Leo Radoff, Claude
A. Renshaw, Harry Schack, Jack
Silverman, Frank Smathers Jr.,
Martin A. Smith. Milton Smith,
| Daniel Taradash, Walter Waxman.
ISigmund Weintraub and Louis
j Zarch.
Martin A. Smith acts as legal ad-
vistor to the association.
:k for $500 is presented to, the Combined Jewish Appeal
presentatives of the Beach Branch Golden Age Friend-
Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
uonies took place at the recent installation of club offi-
which Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami
Federation (center), was installing officer. Shown are
Levin (left). Friendship Club president, and (right) Louis
ion, treasurer, turning over the check which represents
)utions of senior citizens to CJA.
Miami Leaders Will
Visit 'Exodus' Set
Miami Israel Bond leaders will
lake part in behind the scenes ac-
tivities in the filming of "Exodus"
in Israel during their two week
special Israel Bond leadership
tour.
Heading the Miami delegation,
which arrived at Lydda Airport
on May 19, were Mr. and Mrs
Max Weitz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Katzman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Po-
pick, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sa-
piro, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rifkin and
A. J. Molasky. One of the high-
lights of the tour will be a visit
to the "Exodus" sets at the spe-
cial invitation of producer Otto
Preminger.
During their stay in Israel
they will meet with some of Is-
reel's top political, industrial
and cultural leaders. On the
schedule is a private luncheon
with Dr. Joseph Burg, Minister
of Social Welfare; a private
meeting with Yitzhah Ben-Zvi,
President of the State of Israel;
a private meeting with Prime
Minister David Ben Gurion
and a meeting with Levi Eshkol,
Minister of Finance.
Their busy schedule will include
tea with Gen. and Mrs. Moshe
Dayan and dinner with Chief of
Staff of Israel Defense Forces
Gen. Haim Laskov.
They will also visit important
industrial developments which
Iheir service on behalf of Israel
Bonds has helped to build. Among
these will be the Bedek Aircraft
Industry at Lydda, the Isaacest
Factory, and the 108-in. pipeline at
Kfar Yon a.
The group will leave Israel to
return to the United States on
June 1,
Older adults should return
to active positions of leadership
in the life of the synagogue,
where they have much to offer.
Serving as consultants for the
workshop discussions were Dr.
Samuel Gertman, chief of the Di-
vision of Gerontology, University
of Miami medical school; Efraim
H. Gale, GMJCC executive direc-
tor; Haley Sofge, executive direc-
tor, Miami Housing Authority;
David Eskenazi, Miami YMHA
branch director; Michael Sass, vo-
cation counselor, Jewish Vocation-
al Service; Arthur Kalish, execu-
tive director of the Jewish Home
for the Aged; Rabbi Jonah E. Cap-
Ian, Temple Adath Yeshurun.
The conference was greeted by-
Isidore B. Simkowitz, GMJCC pres-
ident. A. Budd Cutler served as
chairman, and Charles Plotkin as
staff coordinator.
Health Authority
Speaker Here
"Replacing Suffering with
I Health" was the title of a talk by
JDr. Herbert M. Shelton recently at
Central Beach Elementary School.
Dr. Shelton is a noted authority
on natural living and director of
a Health School in San Antonio.
jTex.
Mrs. A. Mindes. 8926 Carlyle ave.,
j was chairman. Committee included
! Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Vlock, Dr.
Earl N. Kahn, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Tamarkin. Dr. and Mrs.
Augustus Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Barnett, J. Waldman. Mrs.
Goldie Press, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. Berenson.
JWY Awards
Essay Winner
North Shore Jewish War Veter-
ans Post and Auxiliary 677 pre-
sented a U.S. Savings Bond for the
best essay on Americanism.
First prize went to Arlene Sil-
ver. 505 Fairway dr.. a student at
Nautilus Junior High School.
The bond was given by Mr. and
Mrs. Issie Karp. Mrs. Arthur Lee,
past president, and Mrs. Hyman ]
Schwartz, Americanism chairman
of the organization, made the pre-
sentation.
Second prize and runner-up was
Carol Hochberg, who received a
Certificate of Merit.
Podiatrists in Observance
Southeast Florida Podiatry Assn.
observed National Foot Health
Week May 13 to 20. In cooperation
with the Presidents physical fit-
ness program, the local podiatrists
undertook a foot examination
of all Eastern Airlines employees
at International Airport on Wed-
nesday.
Bidding Bon Voyage to A. J. Molasky (center), Miami financier
and philanthropist, prior to his departure for Israel are Ami
Brown (right), director of the Israel Investment Authority for the
Southeastern United States, and Morris Sipser. director of the
Israel Bond Organization in Greater Miami. Molasky. who
is joining other Israel Bond leaders from Greater Miami, tour-
ing Israel from May 18 through June 1, expects to investigate
possibilities for private investments in Israel while he is there.

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*Mni Friday, May 27, 1955
Urge Airing Soviet Jewish Problem
NEW YORK Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. Associate Supreme
Court Justice W.iliam O. Douglas. Thurgood Marshall, legal counsel of
the NsPtonal AMacsttflt? for the^dvancemest" of ColorecTPeople. and
the Rev. Dr. Remhold Niebuhr. profe>sor of Applied Christianity at
Union Theological Seminary, have appealed to world leaders to give
HriOH consideration to the situation of Soviet Jewry.
In a statement issued here, the --------------------------------------------------
four signatories said: "At a time
when the minds and hearts of men
art- bent toward serious efforts to
enhance understanding among the
nations and to advance peace in
the *orld. we are moved, as a mat-
ttr of elementary conscience, to
call attention to an injustice which
seriously disturbs the internation-
al atmosphere and which requires
humane redress.
"We speak of the discrimina-
te t|iliut Hn Jewish minority
in tho Soviet Union mo pot-
tern of differential treatment to
which Soviet Jews are subjected
Swerdlin Elected
Executive of Air
Service Here
as an ethnic-cultural and religi-
ous group Such discrimina-
tion stands in utter contradic-
tion to the ideological back-
ground of the USSR, as well as
to its constitutional and leaal
framework. No less is it offens-
ive to all men of good will and
good conscience concerned with
the rights of minorities every-
where," the statement empha-
sized.
The four distinguished civil lib-
ertarians cite the fact that though
the Jews are specifically recog-
nized as a "nationality" in the So-
viet Union, they are the only
group of this kind which since 1948
has been deprived by official pol-
icy of any of the attendant rights
accorded to all other nationalities
in the Soviet Union." These include
schools, newspapers, publishing
houses and theatres in the nation-
al language, and instruction in the
cultural and historical traditions
American Air Taxi has announ
ced the election of Sanford M
Swerdlin. Miami attorney, as exec
utive vice president and genera!
manager of the Miami Internation- of the people.
al A;rport-based charter service. The statement also notes that re-
An Air Force Reservist. Swerd ------
Bn *M selected by all parties to
act ss receiver of the company a
a.', in h Mockholden dispute.
nation of the re-
nd in recognition of
Hit outstanding promotional work
I* 1 :lin. he
been requested by the board of
d inue to operate
ar.d manage the company." a
man of the firm declared
here.
Swerdlin announced the dis-
posal of certain aircraft as a
part of the equipment improve-
ment program. The aircraft re
evaluation program will include
examination of various types of
a rcreft through the summer,
and is expected to result in aug-
mented and faster charter serv-
ile for South Florida and the off-
shore islands in the MH season.
"The company is the only char-
ter service at Miami International
Airport ha\mg the unlimited au-
thority to land at any port of entry
ir the Bahamas and to pick up
passengers v. ho cannot be accom-
modated by the major airlines
fre.-r, the Near Islands, including I
West End. Freeport and Bimini."' I
betrdiin said.
Al members of the National Air
Tax: 1 onfertr.ee. the company ha>
-ment for
1 rith every do-
i
I -:ng it p r the air tra-
veler to purchase his ticket at
1 e ano fi.
places not serviced b\ the major
carriers, thus avoiding inconven-
1 l and delay, and facilitating
the vacation plan or the bu.-.
timing before embarkin on a trip
A World War II bomber pilot.
Swerdlin has been selected as a
lieutenant colonel in the United
States Air Force Reserve. He
heide the Distinguished Flying
Cress, the Air Medal with clus-
ters, end ore-Pearl Harbor and
theatre ribbons, which include
five combat stars in Europe,
where he served two years of
combat duty with the Eighth Air
Force.
commercial pilot and participates
in the company's flying activities,
as well as acts as the company's
delegate to the National Air Taxi
Conference.
Rounding out 20 years as a com-
snissioned reserve officer in May,
his present assignment is as assis-
tant staff judge advocate at Head
uarters. Military Air Transport
Service. Scott Air Force Base, 111.,
Swerdlin. a resident of Coral
Gables, will continue to maintain
his private practice of law in Mi-
ami.
Iigious Jews are hampered in the
practice of their religion by the
closing of -ynagoeues and tne #
.1 ban on the Hebrew language.
And unl.ke the Russian Orthodox.
Baptists and Moslems. "Jews are
prevented from having a nation
wide federation of religious com
munities.
"This unhappy situation has
been brought into sharp relief by
the systematic and organized
campaign of Soviet press incite-
ment against Judaism as a re-
ligion and on individual Jews as
antisocial elements," the four
signers stressed. They concluded
their statement with "an appeal
of humanitarian concern" to the
Soviet authorities calling for the
following five steps:
1. Reinstatement of full cultural
facilities for the Jewish minority:
2. permission for Jewish religious
institutions to practice their rites
freely and to establish formal con
tact with each other: 3. permission
for Soviet Jewish cultural and re-
ligious institutions to establish
contact with their counterparts in
the outside world: 4. permission
for Soviet Jews to be reunited with
their dispersed kin in Israel and
throughout the world: and 5. to
end the anti-Jewish press cam-
paign.
JWV Post 682 of North Miami Beach presents colors to the audi-
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Jack Stone, of the Miami chapter. National Children's Cardiac
Hospital, for an electro-static air filter tor the research depart-
ment of the local hospital devoted exclusively to the diagnow
and treatment of rheumatic heart disease in children. Lookinq
on (left to right) ae Murray Bush, chancellor commander d
the Lodqe. and Dr. lames Jablon. staff microbiologist. Tht
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+Je*isti nnridfor
-atinsky Named
IPS President
By Special Report
[PHILADELPHIA Sol Satinsky
s elected to serve as president
the Jewish Publication Society
imeNea~4r*>ite 32nd aBMMri-menv
rship meeting here last week.
Satinsky fills the position made
leant last November, when Ed
Wolf. 2nd. who had been pres-
ent since 1954. resigned to accept
presidency of the Federation
Jewish Agencies of Greater
pladelphia. Justice Horace Stern,
the past 48 years a vice presi-
jit, served as interim president,
rcion of a distinguished Jewish
lily, Satinsky has been one of
guiding lights of the Society
many years. He served as
lasurer from 1949 to 1953, and
1 a vice president from 1953 un-
[he assumed the presidency.
Page SO
tar Summer
imp Registering
Registration has begun for the
|r School Summer Day Camp at
|OWest ave., Miami Beach, with
"unprecendented enrollment"
(campers ages four through 151
r.N. according to Lear officials, j
le camp will begin on June 27
run through Aug. 19. Design-
Jto afford youngsters "a healthy.
DyabJe and educational sum-!
the camp will again be un-|
the direction of Richard Lear,
leipal of the Lear School.
Located on two and on* half
res of privatt land bordering
Biscayne Bay, the camp has
own swimming pool, a corn-
fleet of boats, as well as a
athletic field, all under the
lance of qualified counselors
instructors.
addition to a full athletic pro-
the school and camp will
t u r e activities designed to
ss the social and educational
rth of its campers." Lear said.
imatics, social dancing, arts
[crafts, as well as water-skiing,
ig. boxing arfd archery, will
have its place in the full
ip program.
Active participants in the Town of Surfside Silver Anniver-
sary celebration are George W. Valentine, chairman, and
Councilman and Mrs. Louis B. Hoberman (right) at a recent
exhibitions of her oil paintings at the Surfside branch of the
STq j"?1 Savrngscmd Loan Assn. Hoberman is president
of the Surfside Music Soc tv r
Surfside Music Society.
>p Concert
tkets on Sale
(a son subscriptions and single
id sales for the 10th annual Mi-
Beach Pop Concerts by the
rersity of Miami Summer Syin-
ly Orchestra are now being ac-
ed. The series will be present- j
n ten consecutive Sunday eve-
Is. from June 19 through Aug.:
fat the air-conditioned Miami
Ch Auditorium.
>p concert goers last year ap-1
^ed by an everwhelming 4-to-l!
to reserve the balcony and
the early and unnecessary
for unreserved seats,
ekets are on sale at the Miami
feh Auditorium box office. Cor-
's Stationer's in Miami, Ami-
Music Shop in Coral Gables,
the University Symphony Of-
An official proclamation set-
ting aside four days for a
celebration honoring the 25th
anniversary of the founding
of the Town of Surfside was
presented here at Town Hall
by Mayor Irving Schulman.
Final day of the observance
was climaxed by a dinner at
the Americana hotel in hon-
or the Town's founding fa-
thers, earliest residents, and
prominent civic leaders.
Luncheon Card Party
A luncheon card party was held
at the China House. SOIL Bird
rd on Tuesday noon. B'nai B'rith
Women of West Miami were spon-
sors.
Art Shows Help
Mark Surf side's
25th Anniversary
A special three-day showing of
the works of some local artists
was staged May 19 to 21 in the
Town of Surfside during the ocean-
front community's 25th anniver-
sary celebration.
An indoor exhibit of arts and
ceramics was planned for the Surf-
side Beach House, Collins ave. and
93rd st., on Thursday. May 19.
This was followed by a
clothesline sidewalk showing of
works by artists from Surfside and
neighboring North Dade communi-
ties on Friday and Saturday, May
20 and 21, near the Surfside Cham-
ber of Commerce.
The exhibits were part of a.series
of special community wide events
planned by the Surfside Chamber
of Commerce in conection with the
four-day observance of the Town's
founding a quarter of a century
ago.
Hillel Concert
Closes Season
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at
the University of Miami held the
closing concert of the current
season of the Hillel Sinfonietta at
Hillel House recently.
Robert Strassburg, music direc-
tor of the Hillel Foundation, con'
ducted.
Strassberg chose a new work
by Oden Partos, "Yiskor," to be
played in memory of the men
and women who gave their lives \
for the creation of the new State
of Israel.
"Yiskor" and W. G. Still's "Dan-
zas de Panama," another selec-
tion, were played in Miami for
the first time.
Other compositions played in-
cluded G. F. Handel's "Concerto
Grosso No. 1 in G Major," Aren-
sky's "Variations on a Theme by
Tschaikowsky," and Mendelsohn's
'Symphony No. 11 for Strings."
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Shavuoth Marks Great Revelation
Sh.vu.fh, the Feast ef the Weeks. b^s at "^"""T*!"
Tuesday evening. May 31. The holiday will be observed Wednesday
,nd Thursday, June 1 and 2, with Yizkor memor,l prayer, ncIuded
> the second day's slices. Liberal and Reform cc*grea..ona will
observe Shavuoth on Wednesday only.
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
JTA
On Shavuoth we commemorate
the great event of the Revelation
on Sinai.
There is an old Yiddish folk
saying which seems to reflect a
not-too-happy feeling about it.
"You choose us; Ribbono Shel
Olam (God) what did you want
of us?"
The Torah did not always bring
us happiness. Yet this saying
scarcely reflected the lasting
feeling of the Jew. Even at the
time of great suffering, the Jew
also derived joy from his faith.
The martyred Rabbi Akiba going
to his death thanked God that
he had been privileged to give
his very life for the Torah.
Anyway, on Shavuoth we can
always enjoy eating blintzes.
The Toreh is likened to milk
and honey, so Jews on Shavuoth
eat dairy foods and particularly
blintzes. To the good Jew, the
Torah tasted like blintzes.
Recently, I have been hearing
on the radio in New York the
commercial of a firm which is
marketing blintzes. "Blintzes are
as American as apple pie" says
this commercial.
Let me say that I exult in my
Americanism. I have stood with
bowed head at Plymouth Rock.
I have tipped my hat to Liberty's
goodness in the harbor of New
York. My heart has expanded
viewing the grandeur of nature
at the Grand Canyon. I thrill
with the paeans to the American
pioneers in the rhythms of Walt
Whitman, but 1 must say, blintzes
are not American.
Many good things are Amer-
ican. The Declaration of Inde-
pendence, the Constitution of the
United States. Baseball is Amer-
ican and Coca-Cola, but no. blint-
zes are not as American as apple
pie. I am sure that George Wash-
ington ate apple pie. but he did
not eat blintzes. There is a bit
of a sad look about Washington.
The blintzes eater does not have
Thomas Jefferson must have
eaten plenty of apple pies. And
more likely than Washington, you
might expect him to have eaten
blintzes for Jefferson was some-
thing of a connoisseur of food
and cooking. His opponents in
his race for the Presidency
charged that Jefferson was too
fond of foreign dishes. Jefferson
himself wrote that when he was
in France, he used to like to go
out among the plain people and
see how they lived and he tells
us, he even liked to look into
their pots and see what was
cooking.
Jefferson would no doubt have
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been receptive to blintiet, but
none came his way. If he had
eaten them, no doubt h would
have commented about their .
optional taste. He was not tt*
type to overlook anything euctp.
tienal. He especially liked muiie
and what could put one in a more
musical frame of mind than <
dish of blintzes?
I should like to agree with the
radio commercial and say that
blintzes are as American as ap-
ple pie. but I cannot tell a lie.
However, I am all for the success
of the company which is trying
to spread blintzes.
They are very simple to mike.
The Universal Jewish Kncycls.
pedia gives the recipe. A thin
pancake of fine batter is fried.
Into moderate sized puces of
thin dough, cheese mixed with
eggs is wrapped. They are
spread with cinnamon and sugar
or sour cream."
The eating of blintzes. I be-
lieve, can do more to promote
brotherhood than a train load of
lectures. It may well be that
scientists will some day discover
that anti-Semitism is really a nu-
tritional disease. How can a
blintze eater hate anyone?
In a move designed to take fullest advantage of its potential-
ites, the Diplomat Country Club in Hollywood recently
changed managers. Shown above (right) is Carl Barbalat
the new manager, being congratulated by Al Jacobs, who
with his brother, Walter, guides executive operations for the
overall Diplomat Hotel and country club. _.
Coleman Warns Against
Snare of 'Zionist Politics'
NOW AT
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The Holiday
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
DENVER (JTA) Clarence
L. Coleman, president of the anti-
Zionist American Council for Ju-
daism, asserted here that Amer-
ican Jews were becoming "increas-
ingly conscious" that they and
their institutions 'have been skill-
fully engulfed by the Zionist polit-
ical machine."
He told a session of the Coun-
cil's 16th annual conference that
American Jews, not having ques-
tioned the means by which their
help to fellow-Jews was handled,
supported a structure of "philan-
thropy and public action" the full
implications of which were "for
the first time becoming visible."
(This was a reference to standing
| charges by the anti-Zionist organ-
ization that funds contributed
j through the United Jewish Appeal
iwere used for political purposes.
He said that during the Ma
year Jews and nen-Jews m the
United States had given many
sehBeeks te Zionism, but never-
*elesa "evidence aheuwds that
Jewish life in the United States
increasingly moves reward
spooler withdraw.) from the
mainstream ef American life."
"We may be certain that Zi
ism will intensify its efforts to id
itself publicly as 'no longer P*
ical." he added. "Whether it *
ceeds or not, the danger is that
self-segregating forms created W
Zionism labeled 'Jewish *
ture,' 'Jewish survival.' "d '*
ish philanthropy" will be aP
ed without awareness that tnu a
all 'Jewish' nationalism."
He disclosed receipt of a
sage from President Eiseab*
"}. a*w*>* a ---
lauding the group for it> "ft*!
ord," noting the organiu
itWl
work "In the fields of educio*
and philanthropy."
Orchestra Closes Seas*
Final presentation of the **
Beach Civic Orchestra this *
was a concert version of '
dis "La Traviata" on Sunday,
ning ift Municipal AuditoriuV
mission was free. Music -
Barnett Breeskin. said t ",
included soprano. Jo7 ji
ber; bariton. Jacob Borsstt*
tenor. Joseph PP Kenaea&\
president of the 75-f*** *"
tra, narrated.


Friday. May 27, 1960
*Jmlst>noricMaun
A. DAVID RAYVIS
[ayvis Reports
>n ADL Programs
A. David Rayvis, vice president
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and
knti-Defamation League chairman
the Florida State Federation of
J'nai B'rith Lodges, reported to
he Federation convention here
tiat the ADL in Florida must, in
Micert with all other ADL juris-
jictions, become an even greater
nd more potent force in the pro
ction of all human rights.
("We can not morally be content
lith this protection for ourselves
one. as Jews, but rather for all
|ctimized people, regardless of
ce, color or religion," Rayvis
A
f'Because of multiple factors in
^lich the segregation issues play
small part it is unfortunate that
^sions against Jews in the South
still with us. The Florida ADLJ
Bee has been extremely sensi-
|e to the problems peculiar to
state for sometime."
|tayvis told the convention that
Florida regional ADL office
conducted a number of work-
and conferences aimed at
Pag SC
Test Your Knowledge
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
JTA
Why is it traditional to oat
cheat* delicacies on Shav-
uoth?
A variety of reasons are of-
fered for this practice. One
source derives this from a
Midrash (Numbers Rabbah
1:8) which claims that Sinai,
the mountain upon which the
Torah was given, was also
called "Gabnunim," and this
word is similar to the Hebrew
word for cheese (Gebinah).
Since Shavuoth is the occas-
ion when we recall the revela-
tion at Sinai, cheese delicacies
are eaten to remember one of
the names of that mountain
on which it was revealed.
Generally, it is considered
that dairy products as a whole
are in order for one of the
meals of the Shavuoth holiday.
According to one source this
is so that two different types
of meals be eaten during the
festival one of meat and
one of dairy to recall the
two loaves of bread which
were offered in the Temple on
this holiday. Eating one meal
dairy and one meat would
require a different loaf for
each of the meals. Another
source claims that this is be-
cause milk is a symbol of
grace and mercy, as it repre-
sents motherly attention. Like-
wise is the Torah a source of
mercy and grace from the. Al-
mighty to his people.
A third source claims that
it is done because the tradi-
141Z
tional method of slaughter be-
came required only after the
Revelation. The latter, having
taken on the Sabbath, made it
impossible to slaughter new
cattle; yet, one could no long-
er consume the cattle which
had been killed before that
time, or use the utensils prev-
iously used in eating them.
Thus the only alternative was
to eat dairy foods at Sinai.
A fourth source claims that,
before the Revelation, milk
was forbidden to them be-
cause it came directly from a
living animal which hadn't
been slaughtered. It was only
after the Revelation that milk
became permissible. Thus we
use dairy products to show
that the Revelation allowed us
to consume milk thereafter.
It is also claimed that a dairy
meal indicates modesty, and
that our Torah required us to
be modest; thus we eat at
least one dairy meal in order
to display this modesty.
Why are tha services on the
first night of Shavuoth tra-
ditionally delayed until it is
vary dark?
Seven full weeks must pass
between Passover and Shav-
uoth, as the Bible says "Sev-
en weeks shall there be com-
plete" (Leviticus 23:15). A
Jewish day ends at sunset.
Hence we wait until it is after
sunset to make sure that there
are seven full weeks that have
passed.

New Course
Here in Editing
|hing the non-Jew leadership
lie state for the purpose of im-
ping the growing distorted
Ige of the Jews."
jtayvis said that "each positive
leaticnal effort of successful
(idling of an anti-Semitic inci-
It in itself does little to alter
scene-
Wolfson in Talk Mere
ursuit of Happiness" was
[topic of a lecture by Dr. Abra-
Wolfson Friday, 6:45 p.m.,
^he gardens of the Blackstone
pi. A question and answer pe-
followed. Friday morning,
The Adult Education Division of
the Lindsey Hopkins Education
Center has authorized the inaugu-
ration of a new course to be offer-
ed at the North Miami Senior High
School Adult Education Center.
"Principles of Editing" is espec-
ially designed to assist publicity
chairmen and editors of bulletins,
climate of public opinion, but;journals, company newspapers,
illative efforts of all add up' newspapers, and other house or-
dynamic impact on the Amer- gans published by religious, fra-
ternal and sociological organiza-
tions, as well as commercial firms.
The course covers problems of fi-
nancing, management and produc-
tion procedures, as well as public
relations, mechanics of promotion
and typography.
The entire course is 11 weeks
long with II three hour sessions.
The registration fee is $2. "Princi-
a.m.. Dr. Wolf son spoke pies of Editing" is scheduled for
* the Athletic Club at 10th < Thursday night from 7 to 10 p.m.
harles Siegel is the director | Instructor is publicist and editor
e club, which meets every;Morton B. Luxner, of North Mi-
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Member of F.D.I.C.
Temple Zion held its annual "Yom Hamoreh"
service on Friday evening to pay tribute
to its staff of teachers. A special Oneg
Shabbat was held by the Temple PTA. First
row (left to right) are Mrs. Morris Newmark,
Miss Kayleen Newmark, Mrs. Morris Weiss,
Mrs. Frieda Zyss. Mrs. Ida Porusch, Jerome
Taft, principal. Miss Josephine Sond. head
kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Saul Penick, Mrs.
Elwood Goldberg, Miss Rochelle Lynn. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Jay Kaplan, Dan Levine,
Jacob Ginensky, Cantor Jacob Goldfarb,
Emanuel Meyer, Frank Kreutzer, Oscar New,
Alvin Roscoe. Not shown are Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, spiritual leader, Ray Skop, and
Miss Orianne Gordon.
U.S. Leadership Failed'-- Finletter
By Special Report
,NF.W YORK -Western leader-
ship hid failed in that it had not
insisted on an end to the state of
war now being in.sisted upon by
the Arab countries against the
State of Israel."' stated Thomas K.
Finletter. former Secretary of the
Air Forte, at the opening banquet
of the three-day convention of the
National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs.
Presiding at the dinner which
was held at the Concord hotel. Kia-
mesha Lake. May 8. was Bernard
Rackmil. president of the National
Federation.
Speaking on the topic of "I.iv-
ing by Spiritual Values," Finletter
dealt with the relationship of law
and morality to national and inter-
national policy. Dealing with spe-
cific problems, Finletter made the
following points:
The threat of nuclear war now
dominates the international
scene. No longer is it possible
for the United States to accept
the current world order in which
war has been the accepted meth-
od of solving disputes between
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To bolster its news staff. WCKR
announced Wednesday three new
appointments: Brad Sherman,
MWi director; David Crane, as-
sistant newi director, and C. W.
"Bill'- Paine, news editor.
Sherman, a well known news
voice ,n Miami, has been morning
i\rws editor of WGBS for the past
( rane, a native of Burlington,
Vt., was previously news director
of WPTR. Albany.'N. Y.
Paine also comes to WCKR from
WPTH Albany, where he served
a.- news editor.
nations. In this day of world re-
sponsibility of the United States,
it must be the purpose of the
country to create a new world
order in which law and moral-
ity will have a controlling part.
Applying this to specific prob-
lems. Mr. Finletter emphasized
importance of the United States'
taking vigorous leadership at the
forthcoming summit meeting to
get agreement along the lines of
the Western plan for disarmament
in Geneva. He said that the sum-,
mit meeting "would be crucial on i
the issue of war or peace. If it was'
to end up in nothing but broad gen-
eralities the hopes of mankind
would be crually disappointed."
He said that what was necessary
"is an insistence by the Western
leaders on the principles of gen-
eral and complete, inspected and
enforced, disarmament.
Mr. Finletter also emphasized
that disarmament was not the
', whole of the problem, but only the
keystone.
"A world order which would
save humanity from hydrogen war
I would not be achieved unless the
l tensions now disturbing the rela-
! tions between the Communist and
I non Commmunist world were
greatly reduced. "This,'' he said,
"could be only done by the intro-
duction of law and morality into
the relations of states and not
only between like-minded stair -
but between nations now antagon-
istic to each other."
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Susan Jones, director of drama
at the Miami Conservatory, pre-
sented elementary and interme
diate students of dramatic art in a
variety program of poems, mono-
logues and play exerpts on Sunday.
7:30 p.m., at the Conservatory Re-
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been made by a newly-organized
i American investment group, the Is-
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111., in seven companies in which
the Government of Israel has sub-
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United States and Canada, an-
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Tropical Fish
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fiday. May 27, 1960
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Page 7-C
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 49027-C
RK: Batata of
THOMAS' HAItlHMAN
I i rased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i All Creditor! anil All Persona Hav-
Jic. Clajma or Demand* Again*! Said
Estati .
Too are hereby notified and requlr-
(i to present any claims ami demandi
Jrhlch you may have against the es-
tate of THOMAS HARDIMAN de-
I. asad la\ta) pf Made County. Florida,
lo the County Judges of Dad.- County,
Li,.i file ihe eatna In their offices In
I County Courthduae In Dad.- Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendai
iilis from the date of the first
h>iihlieatlon hereof, or the name will
barred.
ADELAIDE A. IIARHiman. Ex.
ecutrlx of Estate of Thomas Hard I-
man. Deceased.
IHi IIWARZ & Z1NN
Attorneys
1306 AlnHley Bldg., Miami. Fla.
5/10-23. /3-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
the underpinned. .IcslrlnR to engage In
bualneas under the fictitious name of
AUJANPU DENTAL, i'HOSTHETICs
at 915 Normandy Drive, .Miami Beach,
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
LAWRENCE WIEDERMAN
Sole Owner
MITCHELL HALLER
Attorney for Applicant
I 546 Key hold I'.I.Ik
6/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY QIVHN that
I the undersigned, desiring to engage in
I. -m-s> under the th'tltioiiN name of
I TEL AVIV MAINTENANCE SERV-
|KE at 910 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
Intends to register said name with
Ithe Clark of the Circuit court of Bade
ICounty, Florida.
BERNARD Hi'KKMAN.
Iwincor \ GREENFIELD
Attorney* for Applicant
1040 Lin.olu It.,ad.
i 10-27, fi'l-.n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
' COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 4543
AWRENCE /.A I 'KLIN I-:.
Plaintiff,
ZAPELINE,
i of.ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l'i HELEN ZAPELINE
e <> Sophia Raohek
Morgan Drive
Morgan. Penna)Ivan |
fou, HELEN ZAPELINE, are here-
notlfled tiiit Bill of Complaint
ir I ivoree has been filed against you,
d you are required i" serve copy
your Anawai or Pleading to the itill
Complaint on the plaintiff* attor-
RICHMOND A WOLFSON,
Isus.. On.- Lincoln Road Building. Mi-
tni Beach, Florida, and flla the orig-
ai Answei or Pleading in the office
( the Clerk of the circuit Court on
before the 20th day of June. 1960.
you fail to do so. judgment by de-
ult will lie taken against you for
he relief dents tided in the Bill of
omphtint.
This notice shall be published once
Hch week for four ConseCDtlve weeks
i THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
lorlda. this 16th day of May. A.D.
(in
B R LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade County. Florida
sal) By; R ii RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk
ICHMOND A Wol.i-'SoN, Ks.|s.
for I'lalntlff
r.inculn Itnad Pudding
iami Beach N, FUv
-, .'it-27. fi/.l-in
vmm)
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Take me to your Rabbi."
e** in* !>< stinfct.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBH that ;
IKni d, di ngage in
business undai the rlctltloua name of'
I PAR-PANTS at 1413 NE Miami Place,
Miami. Hla Inten later said
th ahaaiCler* ,.i'..-'y-
1 ."ii i I i lade i 'ountj, Florida
Ai, OOTTLIBB, INC.
* By: Alfr.-d O. Gottlieb
TALI AN' H- I a WALLER
AI torneya
MO I.in. Inn ltd Miami Beach
I !::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. inderaigned, desiring to engrave In
bualneas under the flctltloua nami
LEEWARD INTERNATIONAL at I
N E. 7Ul Street. .Miami, I i.ul.
County, Florida intend to rcgistei said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of I lade County. Florida.
JERRY BOGORAD
ARTHUR EHRHARDT
STANLEY EPSTEIN
Attorney for Jerry Hogorad
and Arthur Ehrhardt
________________________5/13-20-27, 6/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MEI. S FTIRMTI-RE RRF'INISHING
at M60 N.W. 7th Place. Miami Intends
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MK1.VIN GIBBON, Sole Owner
MARX FABKR
M'.rney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
5/13-20-27. 6/3
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 49457-C
In Re: ESTATE OF'
HARRY WBXLBR
l lecossed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either ol you. mai have at.mist the
of Harry Waxier deceased late
of Dadi County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dade County,
and tii< the same in ihcir offices in
ili. County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
montha from the dat< nf the first
publication hereof. Bald claims or de-
mands in contain the leajral add'
thi claimant and t.i be sworn lo and
presented as aforesaid, or aama win
be barred Bee Section 733.14 of the
194.". Probate Act.
I >......I Mat :'. A.D. i960.
HANNAH s BLOSTE1N c/o Elry
Stone, HMO Congress Bldg.. Miami.
Florida. As Executes of the Last
Will and Testament of Harry
Waaier, d< eased.
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Hannah W. Blosteln,
Executrix of Estate of
Harry Wexler, dec oaeifl
5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTR fc. IS HKRKHy GIVEN that
the undersign, il. desiring to engage In
business under the llctitious name of
ALLAPATTAH TEXACO SERVICE
at 2800 N.W. 17 Ave., Miami 42, Dade
County, Florida intends to regfster
-. ,i Banna with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ANDREW G. SHIELDS,
sole owner
i, .J7, e/-io
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 4475
DEVE \rx and TERBBRTA
\r\. a k a TERESETA
is ins wife,
Jiffs.
\ s.
i a DDE R 8IM1LRR. and ALICE
. 21EGLER, his wit. etc. el al.
I >ef, lull III--.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Clai.de It. Zleelcr and Alice I.
his wife. If living and II d. ad
unknown heln i en, lega-
,- ,i grantees; 0 B Heckiar and
larr'ett Hecker, his wife, if living
nd If dead their unknown heirs, dev-
sees. legatees, or grantees; nharlea
Brady, and If married Brady.
Ih wife. If living and If dead their
nknown heirs, devisees, legate,
rantees; Hugh B. Citlly. Jr.. and if
arrted Crilly, Jr., his wife. If
Iving and If dead their unknown
elrs. devise, a, locates, or grantees;
ames F. Brown, and If married
rown, his wife. If living and If dead
heir unknown heirs, devisees, legn-
res, or grantees; assignees, creditors,
rustees, or other parties whether
lalural or corporate, claiming Inter-
ate by thrcttgh undrr or avn'nst said
artles defendant or otherwise, and
Iso all in rona having or claiming
iv interests m the following des-
l.,l lands, lying, situate and being
Dade County, Florida to-wlt
i 24. In the NWM of Section
28. Townshln '.2. South Range 40
Baist, according to the Plat thereof
recorded In flat Book 2. at Page
68. of the P-hllc Records of Dade
County, Florida.
You and each of you are hereby re-
tired to serve Oopy "f vour answer
Ihe Complaint 10 Quiet Title on
aintiffs attornev Claude M. Parnes.
lumel Bldg.. Miami, Florida,
r before the :'th day of June.
60. and 'lie the or'elnal In the office
the Clerk of the Circuit I
erwise the allegations of said cont-
ent will be taken ns confessed by
u and each of you.
">ated this 13th day of May. I960.
MAN. Clerk
reult > lv, Florida
1) W. 1, RE'IM
Deputy clerk
5/20-27, 6/S-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 3979
PERRT c NTEAHNK.
Plaintiff,
KI.SIK KATHEltlNE STEARNS,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ELSIE KATHF2RINE KTEARNP
C 0 Ralph Ktearns
Centt i strict
Ludlow. Masa
Y..U ELSIE KATHERINE STEARNS
arc h.reliy notified that a Itlll of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
Iserve a copy of your Answer or rii.nl-
iiii.- !,, the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorneys, RICHMOND t.
WOLFSON. Oni Lincoln R.-ad Bulld-
Ina;, Miami Beach, Florida and file
Urinal Answer or P
k of the i
Court fore the (th
June, l!irt If you fall to do so, judg-
ment by default will he taken
vnii for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
Thla notice shall he published OHO"
each we. k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE \M' ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thi- Mth day of April. A.P.
I960.
i: B. LEA THERM AN, ''Urk.
circuit Court, lade bounty,
(seal) R. H. RICK. JR.,
1 leputy clerk
RICHMOND A WOLFSON
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Reach 39. Florida
I innald L. F'arber
Attorneya for Plaintiff
5/6-1.1-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 80C 3469
GRACE MARTINI,
Plain
ANTHONY martini,
l lefendam.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANTHi (NT MARTIN]
612 Tenth A\.
San v..'. ..I fornla
You, ANTlloNY MARTINI, are
that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
... A newer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
p.alntlffs Attorn.;.. LAWRENCE 1.
HOLLANDER. Suite Ml. '.<: North-
east 79th Street, Miami 38, Florida,
and file the original Answer oi Plead-
ing In the office of the clerk of the
circuit Court on or before th< Jiuh
day of June, I960. If you fail to do
so, judgment by default will he taken
against you, for the relief demanded
m the 1:111 of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F'l.ORII il AN.
DONE AMi (iRDEHEl) at Miami.
Florida, this 13th day ot May. Al'
mo.
B. B. WEATHERMAN .Clerk.
Circuit Curt. Hade County, Florida
is. ,.U By: K. M l.V.MA.N.
Deputy Clerk
LAWRKMi; 1 HOLLANDER
Suite 2C.1, 1090 N.E. 79th Si.
Miami 38, Fla.1'l.aza 7-34.M
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/20-27. I-K
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU:T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 0C 3312
MARION |oNA W. LENTZ.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN F. LENTZ.
Defendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: JOHN F' LKNTZ
2012 East Rosalie sir. .1
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint to set aside a fraud-
ulent divorce has been filed against
you. and you are reoulred to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Complaint on the Plaintiffs at- ,
torney, DANIEL neai, HELLER, 8io
Hiding. Miami 32. Florida.
and file the-original In the office of
the clerk of the circuit Court, on or
before the 6!h day of June. I960,
otherwise the allegations of said Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
DATED this 29th dav of April. 1960
E. B. LF:aTHKRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
(seal) By: K M l.YM \N
Deputy i-i. ik
5/6-13-30-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 4349
ACE INVESTMENTS, INC.,
a Kiori.ia Corporate
Plaintiff,
GERALD M.l'ANo an J' IHNNIB
LOU IKE ALFA NO, his wife, ct al.
I .-:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES M SMITH and
HELANOl A SMITH, his w4fe.
.,1 in Newburgh, I 'iiv
C. UGON and AYN F. I,ICON, his
wife, isii Inn, Coatham, New York;
you ar* hereby i itlfl4 I :liai a oom-
plaini for :h. foreclosure of a mort-
,i ih. fonowlnfl described prop-
erty srtuate, in I'a.le County, Florida,
Lot 39 FIRST ADDITION TO PINE
TREE LAKE, lo the Plat
corded in Plat Book 62,
at Page "I .'f the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida,
baa been filed against you and other*
in the a-liove styled cause, and you
and each of you are hereby required
t serve a copy of your answer or
other pleading to the Complaint upon
piaininf's attorney Claude M Harms.
34)2 Calumet Bldg., Miami 32. Florida,
ami file the original In the office of
Hie Clank of the Circuit Court in and
de County. Florida, on or be-
fore the 16th day of Jane, 1960. If you
fail to do so Judgment by default will
he taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint.
Dated this 10th das of May, 1960.
E. B. LEATHBRM\N, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida
(seal) By: K M LYMAN.
Deputv Clerk.
:-20-27. 6/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
th Ondei "iring to engat.-.
I>ie fictitious lame off
IELOT REALTY at 1102 Congress |
. Miami, Fla.. intend to register
.irr.e with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court ^f n-i.de County. Florida.
ALBERT N COHEN
IRVING WAI.TMAN
Role Owners
6/13-20-27, 6/3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OI'RARI.E EMMiR COVERING COM-
PANY (not Inc.) at 13904 N.W Till
Avenue. Miami. Fla.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
KA.Ml'EL T. LEVY. Bole Owner
HENRY A KAMI1, Attorney
i-34 Wash.nct. n Avenue
Miami Beach ', Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I.- HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring to image In
business under the flctltloua na.....
.:.-l'"l.i IRIDA COLLECTION
AGENCY at P.O Bos Mo. 11-184,
North Mlam F!

Clrcui: rtty, Florida,
i.i: RCHW Ml'iz. .- Je owner
l< \ \|p. Attol
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT!< E IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
Ihe undersigned, desiring
bualneas .ml. r thi Hci Itloue n
PORWICK BRi >S A WE1KBARD at
400 N.W. lth Rt
Intend to register said name a th
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, F'lorMa.
P. B. & W., IN'.
r a.: ..... on
Bj .- LEON KI'Tr.V Pr. -
\:'.-i By: a ROSE Kl'Ti'N, s. civ
F-REHERICK R. BCHBR
Attorney for P. P.. A- W Inc.
S ."-::
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 4492
PEDRO ORTIZ.
Plaintiff
vs.
i ARMBN GONZALEZ
11. fondant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU: CARMF:N GONZALEZ, JA-
YIYA. PUFatTO RICO, are notified
that a Complaint lor Divorce has bel n
filed agalnat you by PEDRO ORTIZ,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Complaint on
Glno P. Negretti, '.HO Congress Build-
ini;, Miami. FIoi Ida, and file the orig-
inal in the Clerk's office on or I. -
fore the 20th day of June. 1960. If
you fall to do so a l>ecree Pro-Con-
fesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 13th day of May, IWMl,
A.D.
E. II I.EA'I'HERMAN. Cl.ik
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
I i.puty Clerk.
________________________a/20-27. 6/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49546-C
IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM
' o >R1 'V a k a A P.ltAII AM K
GORD" IN, a h a sam GORDON
I h c.-a sed
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All "red loi a and All Pel son II- v-
Clalma or Demanda Asjalnsl Kaid
You ar.- hereby notified and v-
.ill A ir. la Ima and ile-
manda which you may have asralnst
the state i aiikaham i ; iR] m >N,
ABRAHAM S. GORDON, a k a
s \ M 'i iRI'i i.N y, Florida, to Ihe < bounty Judges
ounty, -i nd file i he aante m
their offices in the County Court-
n i ad. 'ounty, Florida, wit Inn
Ighl montha from the r)
of Ihe fi-.-i publication hereof, or the
barred.
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LEONARD J. K tl.ISM
Attorney foi Administratrix
1629 dul'ont Bldg.
Florida
5/6-13-20-27
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the undersigned, desiring, to engage In
-- under tbe flctitloui name of
rr>AV-TpPRT curyTiov^ ;,,
W. 46th Street, Miami Beach Intend
- I" name wllh the clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
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ants
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the un desiring ti
fictitious n
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De with
rk of the Circuit Court Of Dadk
Miami, s 10th
( May,
! DT
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S W 'h striei. Mian I. (chart
tends i -...I ii me with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
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'.MAN .v albf:rt
tttomeya for Giadvs e taooba
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DAVID KRATMAN
LOUIS KRATMAN
i WIEI. KRATMAN
WILLIAM I. BRENNER '
Attorney for Applicant
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business under the flctltloua name of
PHOTO EXCHANGE SERVICE at
N W -'7lh Avenue, Miami. Elor-
rntenda to register said name
with the Clark the Circuit Court
: I Mi. 'osnty, Florida.
CHARLES : RODGBR8,
Sole Owner
MARTIN GENET
Rd Miami Beach
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5 /*-13-20-27
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register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fl, rida.
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LEONARD KALISH
Attorney for Applioant
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Friday. May 27, igw
Lady Rothschild Wins Court Opener
LONDON (JTA) A British- the $20,000,000 paid to Hitler by
torn member of the Rothschild | the Rothschild family in 1939 to
family won a preliminary move obtain freedom for Baron de Roth-
this week to regain part of one af I schild, head of the Austrian branch
the largest ransoms ever paid Iof the family.
Baronncss Clarice de Roths-
child, -y*r-old widow of Bar-
on Alphomo do Rothschild, suc-
ceeded in her preliminary appli-
to the British Foreign
cation
Compensation Commission for mission ruled that the Baronesi
compensation of ebou SZ50,WH> had established that the real |
for real estate in Poland. tate was British at the dale rela. I
vant to her claim, Nov. 27, 1945
The property, which includes a Baron Loaia de Rothschj,d 1
!castle and 670 acres of surround- kept in pri!(0n for ]3 ffl mi
ing estate, was part of the ran- ,he Nazig itaore he WJU n,lea|J
som. It was later confiscated by ,D 1939 following payment* of (JJj
the Polish Government. The com- ransom.
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