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"eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY fume 33 — Number 23 Miami, Florida. Friday, June 3, 1960 Two Sections — Price 204 Israel Rushes Indictment of Eichmann FOREIGN MINISTER REPORTS Collapse of Summit Means New Tensions v Middle East Arena JSALEM — (JTA) Mrs. fMeir, Israel's Foreign Minpoid the Israel Parliament ne of the* most dangerous lences" of the collapse bf lit meeting in Paris may low of armaments, in trequantities, to Arab counBrticularly to Egypt. [_a flow of arms to Egypt' could result now despite that "Egypt in no maneals the purpose for which juiring arms." Moreover, ed, the interlocking tenable Egypt to engage in |ling maneuvers in both era and Western blocs. ccordance with the gov*"t basic principle, Mrs. dared, "Israel will suptry step toward world went, subject to effeccontinuing international Until world die under such conditions ed, she asserted, "Istinues to propose to all neighbors complete reg•armament under mutrols and inspection." to the subject of the lal blockade against Ispping and goods, and to blacklisting of ships trading with Israel, Mrs. Meir told Parliament that vthe time has, perhaps, come to bring the whole matter before appropriate United Nations organs. The Foreign Minister then reContinued on Page 2-A GOLDA MHR rSf i oeol diiarmament Mrs. Meir Due in Miami For 'Decade Award' June 9 WOMAN Of GREAT HUMANITY PAGE 5 A Greater Miami will open its arms to welcome one of the world's great women leaders. Foreign Minister Golda Meir of Israel, at a dinner next Thursday evening, June 9, in the Fontainebleau hotel. A capacity'crowd is expected to* %  — join distinguished leaders of the community at the' dinner, which will be the occasion for presentation of the "Decade City" Award to Miami by Israel. The award, in recognition of Miami'* extraordinary effort* for Israel Bend* in the first ten years of the existence of the bond issue, will be accepted from Mrs. Meir by Jack A. Cantor and Samuel Oritt, general chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee. Th presentation will be preceded ; by gay festivities marking the i (."hag Habikurim — offering of the first fruits, as celebrated in Israel. | Some 50 women leaders of Miami will take part in this ceremony. A dramatic "Procession of Progress" will highlight the festivities. Narrating this portion of the pro: gram will be Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El. The ceremony will feature specially prepared dance numbers by the Sabras, outstanding young. Israel-bom and trained dancers. t A 12th anniversary ceremony, marking the beginning of Israel's Bar Mitxvah year, will be conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom. Propose Javits For GOP Veep WASHINGTON—(JTA )-Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York Republican, was proposed by another prominent Republican Senator here for "serious consideration" as the Republican candidate for the United States Vice Presidency on a ticket to be headed by Vice President Richard M. Nixon. The proposal was made by Sen. John Sherman Cooper, of Kentucky. Mr. Javit* should be nominated, siid the Kentucky Republican, if Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller refuses the Vice Presidential nomination, and if Sen. John F. Kennedy is nominated, for President by the Democrats. If that were to be the line-up of Presidential candidate*, M r. Cooper maintained. Sen. Javits could "bring New York into the Republican column." Nazi Leader in Windowless Cell Being Guarded Against Possible Suicide Attempt By ELIAHU S ALPETER JTA Bureau Chief in Israel .JERUSALEM— (JTA) — Israel officials speeded preparation this week M the indictment and trial of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi killer who directed the extermination of European Jewry. The trial will be held in Jerusalem. Eichmann,, 5 eize d by Israel agents in one of the true cloak and dagger operations of the postwar era, was closely guarded in a windowless cell. Extra precautions were being taken to make sure he did not cheat a long-awaited justice by killing himself. Formal work on preparation of the indictment was started by the special investigating group named for the ta*k. Members visited the Yad Vashem, the central agency for documentation of the extermination of European Jewry, to collect basic information. More material has been sent to the group by the Haifa Documentation Center which is headed by Tuviah Friedman, who devoted many years to the task of tracing Eichmann. The Israel Government Press Office published an official account of the statements made by Eichmann on bis activities beiween the collapse of the Nazi regime in 1945 and his capture by Israel intelligence agents in recent weeks. Eichmann, the report said, exContinued on Page 11-A Brought on Sub, Report Indicates VIENNA — (JTA) — Nazi Col. Adolf Eichmann "was abducted from Argentina in an Israeli Uboat," the independent newspaper "Kronenzeitung" claimed this this week. The newspaper asserted that it had definite information that Eichmann was arrestted by Israeli security agents in Argentina and taken to Israel on an Israeli submarine. Meanwhile the London Daily Mail said this week that West Ger-* man authorities had cooperated with. Israel security forces in effecting the capture of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi hangman who fs now awaiting trial in Israel. The newspaper, in a dispatch from its Haifa correspondent, said that the West Germans had cooperated with the Israelis in spreadContinued on Page B-A IRVING KAMI schedules' here Republican observers here pointed out that a "chief function of any Vice Presidential candidate is to capture the electoral votes Part of the presentation will in-: of his own state." Sen. Cooper noState Department Split On Israel as Site of Trial NUREMBERG PROSECUTORS HAIL CAPTURE PAGE 3 A By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA Washington Bureau Chief WASHIGTON — (JTA) — The State Department is divided on attempts by elements unfriendly to Israel to inject issues of extradition, jurisdiction and other technicalities into arguments that Adolf Eichmann should not be made to stand trial in Israel. Continued en Page 5 A Continued en Page 3-A ne to Speak at Federation Annual Meeting King Kane, of Cleveland, O., president of the Council of Jewish fttions and Wlfare Funds, will be principal speaker at the 22nd %  dinner meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it was ftced this week by Sam J. Heiman, Federation president. .g, __ — %  yearly event will be held in %  edallien room of the Ameri%  hotel on Thursday evening, P6. A reception in Kane's honprecede the dinner. ranking officer of the national organization, Kane will be making hi* first appearance here Is e speaker. He is former president of the Jewish Community ,Council of Cleveland, and past vice president of Hie Jewish Community Federation. On the national Jewish scene, Kane has been affiliated with a number of institutions which have played a major role in Jewish Education, welfare, and community relations. He is a past chairman of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, trustee of Union ofAmerican Hebrew ConApproaches have been made, it was learrfed reliably, to the State Germany for trial or to release. Department Wear Eastern Divisn j m lo som .international tnbunion Suggestions have been made ; a '„ that the United States urge Israel T^ D p rtm .„t', German Dlto West vilion was npor1td to dtff r sharply with such suggestions, and was understand to feel there was no reason for American intercession. It was pointed out that West Germany and Israel appeared in agreement on the case. German Division officials were understood to believe that Israel had the same legal justification in the case* as did rh Nuremberg tribunal and other war crimes courts convened after World War II. i gregations, vice chairman of the I Fellows of Brandeis University, member of the National Council of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, and past associate chairman of the American I Jewish Tercentenary. The Council of Jewish FederaI tions and Welfare Funds is an association of 216 united Jewish fundContinued on Page 7-A One official in the Department's German Division, said there was Continued on Page 6-A



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Page 2-A +Jewish flcrktian Friday. June 3, I960 Collapse of Summit May Mean New Tensions Republic President G.rn.1 goods or^ds^ for I- %  !-tries" Continued from P. B 1 A Arab Republic President Gamal gooas or ,f !" % !" ~J,'i Abdal Nasser and United Nations i( those good* had been sola i. called that she had told the KnesSe c r e a r y D i g Hammarskjold Haifa or were being brought to s,t Laaj ^.nter^^t fcrael^ad reaa bout arrangements .gndej „>vrjich rael .j,jiu> .o^oed, by foreigner son to believe there had been an'certain shipping could go through .._ ^ 1.1.1 understanding between United the Suez Canal, carrying^Is. 1.I1 3f Quoting Mr. Hmmrkiold' recent statement to tho effect that thtro was no agreement between him end Nasser on thi point, the *teted: "I have not a single word to edd or retract" from the statement to tho Knesset thet she mar"? last winter. In regard to suggestions by Mr. Hammerskjotd that a "practical solution" be sought for the Suez problem, Mrs. FAeir warned against "further concessions" to Nasser. Mrs. Meir pointed out that the Soviet Union rejected P rime peace Minister OevftKWOtii MJli'i %  *• %  posal to visit Russia's Prime Minister Nikita Khrushchev. In that reaction, she said "the last sentence of the Soviet reply stated that Russia wants friendly relations with all Middle Eastern countries If mutual aspirations and mutual interest of that kind exist. On Israel's part," she asserted, "both aspiration and interest exist." political siege imposed against us on the international scone," she concluded. "However, so long aj the Arab states believe ue have not yet consolidate*"* out statehood, there can be no t a 1 k of .^The turning point t ow rt "TJeTce*~wTlT c*bme only when ;hey come to accept our strength of of. fensjjre, economic and political power." &£&?* Summing up .n tite foreign affairs debate, Mrs. Meir said there was "one negative, and one posi,, „,„ U^M live," factor, bear.ng on Israel's She complained about the World t pohtict>\ situation. "The Banks loan to the United Arab P £ clof snc s ld j s thc Republic for widening the Suez GovernrneD ,. s e ffort to cripCanal tiespite Israel s protest that f w ,, g dcveIopinent ... She the Egyptians be first asked to ob£.. constructlve fac tor" in Is! serve international obligations and -consolidation of her posiUnited Nations resolutions reJhp fami of natjonSi sarding freedom of p a s s a g e defensive through the Can*! Nasser sa.d JJ^,/„ w *„ as Increas ing its. Mrs. Meir. is continuing his -subs !" ,"f'" .,_„_,,,_ •• v.rsne activities, particularly in economic strength. Eleven teen-age clubs from the Beach Branch ol the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center pool the;' contribution? to the Combined Jewish Appeal. Joel Ratrm friqht) presents a check for S273 to CJA General chc'rmcn Harold Thurman as William Su-:sman Heft), GMTCC Been Brcnch president, ar.d Mi G^i' PH'ak smi'e their apprc^aL DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS I Jordan and Iraq. Because ,of his : lack of success in Those directions, he has been loking for victories in ; his campaign against israel." Dealing with Israel's relations with Eastern EuropeMrs. Meir told Parliament that 'despite all our efforts, tie Soviet Union has no! permitted relations of substance with, us. 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Friday, June 3, I960 — % %  %  iV +Je*Utincrkmr7 MMBj Pag* 3-A Nuremberg Prosecutors Hail Capture LONDON (JTA) — The chief prosecutor at the Nuremberg war crime trials said this week that the capture of Adolf Eichmann was "the successful conclusion" of a long search in the interests of justice for the last major Nazi war criminals still alive. Lord Russell of Liverpool told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that "this man (Eichmann) should be tried by a court for the many crimes he is accused of having committed. News of Eichmann's arrest by Israel security forces continued to be a major news item in the British press today. A topic of discussion everywhere was where and how the Naii official had been captured. Hundreds of Jewish survivors of the Nazi concentration camps called the headquarters of Jewish organizations in London and valunteerod to testify against Eichmann as the man who had 78 Youngsters Honored Here Mr and Mr*. Jacob Rifkin, of 5800 Alton rd.. now visiting Israel with a Greater Miami Israel Bond delegation, chat with Gershon Avner (right), head of the Amercan Desk at Israel's Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Avner briefed the 15 Israel Bond leaders on Israel's politico situation at their opening luncheon in Jerusalem on May 20. Testimonial for Rabbi Rosenberg I Sidney M. Aronovitz, president of Beth David Congregation, has announced that Mr. and Mi's. Max Jacobson will chair a testimonial reception for Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg on Sunday, June 19, at Beth David. Javits for GOP Veep? Continued from Page 1-A ted that Sen. Javits showed from the time he first ran for Congress from New York in 1946 that he was capable of defeating prominent Democratic opponets. In 1956, Mr. Javits was nominated for the Senate after a bitter battle with Republican conservatives..and beat New York's Mayor F. Wagner by 458,000 votes. Those serving on the arrangements committee are Sidney Lefcourt, Emanuel Smith, Charles Z. Spingarn, Bert Sher, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes, Mesdames Harold Reinhard* Ralph W. Hankin, Harold Berney, Michael Covin and Richard Herold. The testimonial is open to the entire community. Rabbis Irving Le.hrman, Leon Kronish and Alfred Waxman will bring greetings and pay their respects to Rabbi Rosenberg. Stanley C. Myers will serve as toastmaster. Rabbi Rosenberg~has served-.as spiritual leader of Beth David for the past five years, and leaves soon to accept a pulpit at Adath Jeshurun i Philadelphia. Seventy-eight children who graduated from the early childhood development program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center were honored by their parents and friends at graduation and spring festival celebrations at all four GMJCC Branches last week. 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Page 4-A +Jeisiitkrkfc>n Friday, June 3, 1980 Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 • Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDL1N Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 302 Ren Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel BAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday since 1I7 by The Iswlsh Floridian %  t m N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florid*. Entered as second-class matter July 4 1S30. at Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act gt March I. 1179. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity ana the Jewish Weekly. Member ef the Jewish Telaflraphio Afency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish*Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Kasliruth of the merchandise advertised In Its column*. SUBSCRIPTION On* Year S5.00 HATES : Three Years $10.00 Volume 33 Number 23 Friday. June 3. 1960 8 Sivan 5720 SH*wuOTweo • i Golda Will Report to Greater Miami Jewry Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir, in a report to Parliament last week, put the facts squarely on the line. The collapse of the recent Summit conference, she warned, may heighten tensions in the Middle East. This is a tearful warning because tensions are about as high there as they can become without open shooting. Israel's kill of an Egyptian MIG fighter some ten days ago in an eur battle over southern Israeli territory is a clear example. Speaking without hesitation, Mrs. Meir eaid thai the new difficulties will stem horn "a flow of armaments in tremendous quantities to Arab countries." She minced no words when she predicted that Egypt would be getting the bulk of the shipments. • • • mHITA'S 'PEACE-LOVING 1 TEST There can be no doubt that the Soviet Union is the culprit in the anning-to-the-teeth process of the United Arab Republic. This is a strange role for a nation that insists its principal aim in foreign diplomacy is to realise the universal goal of peace. But the collapse of the Summit, itself, belies the Soviet pronouncement; while Nikita Khrushchev's vow "before God" that his hands are clean and his heart pure makes a mockery of the decent efforts to reduce tensions everywhere and bring a war-weary world closer to harmony. Were Khrushchev's intentions really peaceful, he would not have refused Israel Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's recent request far a meetingThe refusal was. in itself, designed to heighten Middle Eastern anxieties, which the Soviet boss easily accomplished by charging that Israel does not appear to be "peaceloving" enough tor talks at this time. The Soviet "test" was. as usual, unilateral. It was prompted by an exalted kind of Communist egotism that more honestly-motivated leaders of nations hud it hard to adopt Such pomposity appeared most evident when, at the Summit. Khrushchev called upon God to These are all — neniicil aspects of the heighTheee are all eesentia aspects of the heightened tensions fo which Mrs. Meir ref e r r e d in her s pe e ch -to Parliament Vitally close to the situation. Israel's Foreign Minister will be here on June 9 to cite the Greater Miami Jewish community for its part in the Israel Bond drive. This will be a unique opportunity for hearing an on-the-spot report personally delivered by Mrs. Meir. It is an opportunity that men and women interested in Israel will not want to miss. • • • ISRAEL BOND 'DECADE CITY AWARD' Greater Miami will accept the "Decade City Award" from Mrs. Meir next Thursday with humility and gratitude. It is one of four throughout the world in recognition of the community's contribution to the sale of Israel Bonds during the last decade. Israel Bonds have played a vital role in the upbuilding of the Jewish State since the first issue some ten years ago. Bond funds— industry and commerce, as well as in the exindustry and commerce, as wel as in the expansion of modern housing facilities—have released internal channels of the young nation's revenue for such vital programs as defense. The citation strengthens Greater Miami's already firm determination to surpass its highest sales achievements. Supreme The world Jewish community Wednesday and Thursday marked the Festival of Shavuoth. As we indicated here last week, the holiday, also known as Feast of the Weeks. celebrates Moses' ascent of Mt. Sinai to receive the law from God. The law, if of a secular variety, is very much on the minds of men these days as eyes throughout the world turn to Israel's preparation far the trial of Adolf Eichmann. notorious Naxi war criminal respo n si ble for the murder of millions of Jews during the German Third Reich. Whatever absurdities are currently concocted by the friends of Eichmann coacerninqthe impropriety of trying him in Israel, no one has presumed to question the tnirnses of the treatment he will get from his captors. Even for Eichmann's sympathizers, this %  tacit admission that the law. which came forth from Zion. still reigns supreme there. the week ...as i sec it by LEO MINDLIN JM6 CAPTURE of Adoli %  Eichmann is a phenom, (luring the week sr*sassy(laughter. It wont make them rest more easily. Bin there is test retribution in his sen. lire by Israel. The element, of this conclusion are simple. Eichmann,' an agent of N an philosophy, -literally sought to destroy Jews and Judaism if he failed, it may at least be said with little fear of exaggeration that he virtually succeeded in putting an end to the Jewish community of Europe. Hardly the totality of world Jewry, the European community was nevertheless a significant part of it numerically and certainly an overwhelming representation culturally. The bleak days of the Nazi ascendancy left us with fearful con. elusions about the future. When the Western Powers unlocked the gates of the concentration camps, and the full story of German brutality emerged to confirm the ugly reports of Hitler's war against the Jews, what-optimism could be mustered in tomorrow? One-third of a people had succumbed—many millions of them before World War II seized the civilized globe—and little Ideological solace could be found in the defeat of the Nazi horde. For the Allied victory was really unrelated to the question of genocide. Neither the United States, nor Great Britain, nor France, nor Russia launched the battle against Hitler to stay his hands soaked in Jewish blood. #> ef. st eS AN •aaamu iumr or %iAit IT IS CONCEIVABLE that the Nazi beast might be alive today and and bis Third Reich functioning in all its erstwhile glory if he had not made the fatal error of coveting their interests. History demonstrates the uncomfortable fact that little or no word-of-protest emerged from these nations between 1932 and 1939, when •millions of Jews must have been slaughtered. The 1938 Munich Pact, which sold Czechoslovakia down the river, brought British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain back home with a message of "peace in our time." But the concentration camp crematoria had been belching forth smoke from their stacks long before this absurd and disastrous pronouncement; while the gas chambers were already snuffing out the lives ef innocent men, women, and children when Franklin Delano Roosevelt took his second oath of office inl936. The Hitlerian genocide' policy, an "internal matter" of Germany'* affairs of state, thus preoccupied the-Western Allies tittle in principle and almost not at all in fact. Jewish salvation, through a successful waging of World War II, merely proved a subsidiary benefit of tile decision to put a halt to Nazi expansionism. Out of this cynical approach to human rights emerged the Jewish determination for a homeland in Palestine never matched during the most brilliant days of the European Jewish community. Hitler may have killed six million Jews, but in the process he struck the .-park that enflamed the indignity of their survivors. For out of their abhes rose the State of Israel—a move not even the most callous ef the Western democracies, notably Great Britain, could successfully contain. -:•:st> EKEMANWS VIEW of rooArs'jiwir VJUHAT MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES are there to be found it ww the slaughter of the six million? Such butchery, it seems, can give rise to none. But a second glance might show otherwise. Principally, they have become sacred in our time. Thus, before our very eyes, we are witnessing the infusion of a profound historic event into the liturgy and religious consciousness of Jewish tradition. Bitterly confusing though it may be to say so, this is a privilege enjoyed by no other Jewish generation since the dawn of the Christian era. Add to these considerations the State of Israel, herself vested in the most exquisite kind of Hebraic prophecy, and there emerges a magnificent heredity from the debris of the Hitlerian destruction. Adolf Eichmann was contrarily dedicated to total annihilation. Not only did he fail, but it seemed also his destiny to witness jh<' very thing of which neither he nor. indeed, any other member of the Third Reich "master race" ever dreamed: a stronger, more purposeful, more fruitful and creative Jewry than the one he initially assaulted and to a significant extent brought low. For this reason. Eichmann s capture is a phenomenon. By the same token, it is phenomenal, precisely because Israel was the agent of his arrest. Israeli courts and Israeli justice will deal with him n —elements in the fabric of human affairs non-existent in the heyday of his murderous gambits less than two decades ago. Not even Shakespeare, in the most divinely-inspired moments of his poesy, could limn a more acrid portrait of the wheel of fortune'! ride against the vaulting ambitions of evil men. MMITA aWST 11 TWO MEET MOW RANDOM POLITICAL THOUGHT: A prerequisite for every Pre*{ dential candidate today, whatever his party, should be to promisi net to meet at a Summit conference with Nikita Khrushchev on th latter's terms. Mr. Eisenhower, whatever his personal failings il office, is a decent, honestly-disposed leader with the prefoundest u-l tentions regarding peace. In addition, for setter er worse, he u *i representative of the American people and their government. And it is the American people, in the final analysis, with whonf Mr. Khrushchev will have to deal—not a President to his particuUrj liking. The Communist party chiefs continuing announcements Uutl he will be disposed to another Summit in six er eight months is I staggering effort on his part to meddle with the internal politktll affairs of our nation. By this, I mean nothing so naive as that be el trying to influence the election. Of greater damage is Mr. Khrushchev's projection of the theory I that one American spokesman is more preferable to him than another.' Such views may be acceptable in the Kremlin, where personality eafcl ism reigns supreme. Bet the American democratic process is *• %  tinuum based on the periodic secret ballot. To the victorious Pre* dential candidate belongs not the right to dictate but the responsibility to fashion policy, which is ultimately accepted or rejected by •* people. To the victor, in the case of a Summit, belongs the priviW* to speak for the nation at large. But in the matter of Summit-level conferences with so unstably ugly a personality as Nikita Khrushchev's, there can be no que* tron about the contents of the message. Whoever brings it. the a* stance will invariably be the same. It is this Mr. Khrushchev must be told—and right now—by every potential candidate. If Ike Eisenhower is not good enough for the Red boss, then JjJ | other representative can be. Whatever the President's failing". *• they are miserable and profound, he is dedicated to peace and hum** progress. Moreover, he is the American people s representative W their fiat preferred him in the sanctity of a voting kseth That u, more then can be said fer the Kremlin's master—who these daJlj seems to be less mighty than falling.



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Friday, June 3, I960 Jewist fkriUtr Part II: Golda MeirWoman of Great Humanity Israel's Fonion Mimlttmr Will Page 5-A Israel's Foreign minister Will Bt la Miami Junt f By the time of Israel's War of Independence, Golda Meir was In the front ranks of Jewish leadership in Palestine. When the British interned the male leadership of t h e Jewish Agency in 1946. she became acting head of the Agency's Political Department, and held this post until the State of Israel was established. During the War. she risked her life innumerable times in traveling back and forth between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv 6n Israel Government business. One of the most exciting episodes in Golda Meir's career was her secret visit to Amman on May 10, 1948 to meet King Abdullah of Jordan. Israel's leaders hoped that .this visit might serve at le*st to neutralfze King Abdullah, so that he would not deploy his forces against the Jewish State about to be formed. Mrs. Meir made the journey disguised fes ah Arab woman. She was cordially received by King'Ahdullah, but unfortunately he felt,himself sV surrounded by anti Israeli forces that he could not come to any agreement. Powerful elements in Jordan considered him too friendly to Israel, and he was assassinated in July, 1951. Mrs. Meir was one of the thirty-seven Jewish leaders who signed Israel's Declaration of Independence, and on June 6, 1948 was appointed Israel's first Minister to the Soviet Union. Her presence iTi the L'.S.S.R. evoked I widespread enthusiasm among I the Jews of that country. When I she attended services in Moscow Ion Rosh Hashona, thousands | flocked to see the first representative of a Jewish States ever seen in Russia. Named Association President i H. van der Gaast, purchasing agent for Dade Federal Saving* and Loan Assn!, this week assumed the presidency of the Southeast Florida Purchasing Agents Assn. Van der Gaast is a member of the education and house committees of the state association, and a member of the National Assn. of Purchasing Agents. Mrs. Meir confers with Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Supervision Organization (left), and Prime Burns, former chief of UN Palestine Truce Minister Ben-Guribn (center). her vision to other*, and to in spire them td deeds of historic significance. She stands in the foremost ranks of those great leaders, men and women, who have appeared on the s c e~n e throughout Jewish history at moments of decision for the Jewish people. In 1949, Mrs. Me'" returned to Israel to become Minister of Labor. In this post, she was responsible for rnany improvements in Israel's system of social insurance so that Israel today has one of the most advanced social insurance structures in the entire world. She was also in charge of Israel's housing program, and directed the construction of homes for many hundreds of thousands of the country's new citi/ens. In 1956, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion named Mrs. Meir Israel's Minister for Foreign Affairs. Above all her outstanding achievements for Israel and the Jewish people. Golda Meir is known and loved as a woman of deep humanity and great vision, with the capacity to communicate 'Decode Award" for Israel Service Continued from Page 1-A elude the reading oflsrael's Declaration of Independence by Miss Janice Revitz and featuring specially-arranged choreography by the Sabras. Pointing out that Miami was one of only four cities in the entire world to be selected for the "Decade City" Award, Israel, Bond chairmen Cantor and Oritt said that "we are deeply proud and grateful for the honor which the State of Israel has chosen to bestow upon our community. We are proud to have had a share in the i remarkable progress and notable success in the building-up of a dynamic democracy shedding honor upon the Jewish people every| where. "Mrs. Meir's visit to Miami is a tribute to the entire Jewish community. More than this, however, the dinner will serve as our community's expression of tribute to the people of Israel for their reI markable economic achievements in the face of serious obstacles and their notable success in building up a dynamic democracy." LONG DISTANCE %  riE3>*t .* MOVING to all points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE ACE • U.K. VAN IJM;S. rare 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue NI 5 6496 MIAMI rr zs; AUGUST BROS Hyj. /-, tht /\h SI a Horticulturist On Local TV A retired designer of trucks for ithe Ford Motor Company, who has become an amateur horticulturist I of renown, appeared on television Monday to discuss and demon Istrate the cultivation of Barbados j cherries and the budding and grafting technique for mangos. 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Page 6 A fJmls/j ftcridktn Friday. June 3, 1980 Or. Wolfson in Talk Three Miamians ^ ^., Dr. Abraham Wolf son, director TO \^et UegreeS of the Spinoza Forum Foundation _.' .. „/ k„ r M5 (M for Adult Education, will give hi* Three K^**** 0 "*}" second lecture on The Secret o| Miami area will be among a rec | „„__:_.„•. at th A .i.ii, /i w (Seminary of America. "^ Friday evening. Eugene Weiner, son of Mrs. Mi. chael Allen. 420 W. 51st St.. Mi. — /^^X_ ami Beach, will be ordained rabISrCieilTe CeilTer bi. teacher and preacher, and receive the degree of Master of He Confirmation brew Literature from the graduate Rabbinical School. Confirmation of students will be held Sunday, 1 p.m., at the IsraelMarvin Tokayer, ton of Mr. j te Center, and Mr. Louis Tokayer. 3621 To ^ confirmed. are Janet SW 15th tt.. Miami, will receive daughter of M r. and Mrs. Eugene 'the degree of Master of Hebrew Duc hon; .Sheila, daughter of Mr. Literature from the School of i and Mrs Max p arnesSi Pau | a Judaic a graduate preparatory daugnter 0 f Mr. and Mrs. Robert **ool. Perez; and Ann. daughter of Mr. Degree of Bachelor of Religious and Mrs. Harry Weinstem. Education will be conferred upon Hy Fried will be at the organ. Rabbi Morton Malavsky is spiriSmiling laces of students at Miami Jackson second place winner Nelson R. Kent; • third High School who were winners in the essay place winner Andres Alonso jr. Certificate Lefoowit*. son of Mr. and contest sponsored by the Advertising Club of awards were presented by the Advertising. Mfs Jacob Lejb^itj* Charles hoM ami and Dade Federal Savings and Loan Club, and savings accounts were presented ; tel Miami Beach, by the Teachers Assn. Left to right are Al Flutie. representaby Lipton to the winners. Consolation prices .institute. live of. the advertising group; first runner-up went to the others in the contest, which is a j Temple Emanu-El of Miami Mary Jeanne Miller; second runner-up Nilda yearly project of both sponsoring organizaj Beach will be honored for its part Gonzales; first place winner Joanne Nahlik; tions. in preparing Eugene Werner for Joseph M. Lipton. president of Dade Federal; his rabbinical studies. tual leader. accepted the poet of associate registrar of the graduate Rabbinical School of the Seminary. At the exercises. 110 graduates State Dep 't. Split on Eichmann Trial Continued from Page 1-A no (oubt in the mind of "any reaWeiner has had a distinguished; of the Seminary* hve academic academic career while attending departments will receive degrees I the Seminary. From 1952-1933. he 'n courses, and 20 will receive bo I held the Samuel Friedland Founorary degrees or awards. I dation Fellowship, and from 1958Commencement address will be 1960 he was designated a Fellow i delivered by Rabbi Morris Adler, members to Israel to attend the A spokesman for the West Ger0 f tne Herbert H. Lehrman Instti-1 writer, lecturer and spiritual lead Eichmann trial i man Government declared in ^p 0 f Talmudic Ethics, a special er of Congregation Shaarey ZeThe West German Government Bonn this we ,c that the Governstudy group program. Weiner has dek. Detroit, Mich. He person that justice would m( jj Ca ted the possibility of a bid ment would provide full legal aid K one to Eichmann in Israel." t0 extradite Eichmann was highly to the Israel court which tries Ht added that "some sophists apunIikelv because no extradition Adolf Eichmann. pan ntly would defeat the ends of, agreemeB exjsls between tbe two !" SDokesman sald that doeu ., e because of narrow pre-occounlries A k pokesman added thatL !" fi ^"sses frorn West Ik. with technicalities." he Bo^n Govarnmen, was "highTcrlnTt^T^^^l meanwhile. Herman Krumey. L.^'oeen ca^lT we SJ ? ^ "£ "L "!" K £ w> served as adjutant to E.chno r / ason to helD \, m ,. | G-rnmen, woukinot „ .1££. ma-n. was arrested in Frankfurt tfc week for the third time on ch. ges of murder committed durthe Naxi regime. He was reK d on each prior arrest. 1 e Frankfurt Prosecutor's OfBe* was reported to be considering a qoest for extradition of Eichma-n after his trial in Israel. A spokesman for the Prosecutors e told tbe Jewish Telegraphic Ha said Kit Ministry wM •bar* of the apposition Social Democratic party have demanded that Cichmann be tried in West Germany or that an official West Gorman ob s erve r be sent te tha trie* m Israel. Prat* S ch a a f J er Wear Germany Jue> counsel to the defendant. "We are gratified that tbe man who was one of the persons chiefly responsible for the extermination of Jews had been apprehended," the spokesman said. preferable*' that Eichmann be in a West Germaat court. A | -icy that warrant for Eich mam's arrest, issued by a Frankfun court in 1986, was still valid. It was also indicated that the Pros ecu'or's Office plans to send staff te question Eichmann who could %  9 • h*y WftffWaW Ma f WthCMfl ntf trials of %  iNndawti in the murwits daath Haw* ttiait ilnass Maating, Banquet, or iaal Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I UM Prohuor Trnpfd Dr. Simon E. Marjcovich. asso-j ciate professor of medicine at the I University of Miami Is one of two! representatives in tbe United States selected to present a paper %  at the fifth International Congress of Gerontology. The congress will be in San Francisco in August. Dr. ; Markovich's paper is a "Longitudinal Study on Etectroencephalographic Patterns in Elderly Patients." THE DIPLOMAT NDm AH* COUNTtV cuts TMM4 0M. U


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Friday, June 3, 1860 >h*islfkri1ijr Page 7-A Conufcrmation class, of North Shore Jewish Renter religious school was consecrated on the eve of Shavuoth at the Center. Confirmands participated in a "Sholom Be-Olom' presentation. Federation Annual Meeting to Hear Kane Continued from Pag* 1-A raising and welfare agencies representing some 800 communities throughout the United States and Canada. These communities annually raise the bulk of all American Jewish philanthropic funds for local, national, and overseas Jewish Jeeds. The Council provides central services for its member agencies in fund-raising, community organization, budgeting, planning for health and welfare services, personnel recruitment and campaign promotion and program interpretation. „ Highlights of the program of the 22nd annual dinner meeting on June" 16 will be the election of officers, trustees, and members of the board of governors, and the announcement of the total raised thus far in the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal by Greater Miami's Jewish community. Jay I. Kislak, local mortgage | banker and communal ieader, **• bean namad chairman of MS* Kislak will preside at the meeting which is expected to attract 500 persons representing Jocal and national service religious organizations. Ha ha* been m charga of Hi* ,CJA Cash Driva in 1959, the Financa and Banking Division of CJA, and served as a member of the budget committee. In the past year, Kane was active as a member of the United Fund Budget unit and with the executive committee of the American Jewish Committee. Kislak was recently honored by the Young Presidents' Organization, a national business group which selects leading executives for membership who become president of their firm before reaching 40, and whose company does $1 million worth of business yearly. Invitations are now in the mail to the 22nd annual meeting. Kislak announced. JAY I. KISIAK Kislak is a member of Federation's executive committee and board of governors, and is a cochairman of the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal. He heads the Initial Gifts Division together with Joseph M. Upton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn. MLAST CALL! 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Written and directed by Reuben Guberman and choreographed by Irving Rotman, the production will also see the following spiritual leaders participating in the overall program as well as the planning: Rabbis David Herson, Beth Emeth; Max A. Lipschitz, Monti^ello Park; Harry Lawrence, Tifereth Israel Center: Samuel Hendelowitz, Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood; and Sheldon Ed wars. Temple B'nai Sholom. Opa-locka. Sponsors of the Pageant are the parent organizations of Young Judaea, the Zionist Organization of America, and Hadassah Proceeds of the Pageant -are for scholarships for youngsters who cart not otherwise attend Young Judaea camps. T *---"**-*-*--r 7 DAY ^130 WEST INDIES 199% AmCOMDITIOMO !0 mrMfsMNi k muw rwrttike J '15 OAY *260 3m.ru • o KNITS MM tnsfc. • i taaaM^fA<.lbaamtJ4 IMXi SMtetM, IMX, MM* I.W.14 Mrtea (trtMeik Jeaake SI.TMMUS ***** WNi.M; JUTS; isatt* lAiTfBN SMiPPING CORPOPATION 'I q. j 1 0 n. m > FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. ilectrkml Contractors RKMOENTIAI. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE •AM. F0STU. areiieW AIR Cp.NpiTIONtNO *>d : ADEQUATE WIRING 2M4 W. FIAGIER ST. W 1-2671 NighU. Sundays 4 Holidays Dial Ml 34922 Confirmands Are Consecrated "Sholom Be-Olom" — Peace in ihe World — presentation was featured at the consecration of confirmation class members at North Shore Jewish Center on the etfe of Shavuoth Tuesday. —""' Confirmands were presented with' Yoil+h Cluh a Bible and special certificates by Nathaniel Glickman, chairman of the school board; Zehev Lahav, director of education; and Mrs. Al Mechlowitz. president of Sisterhood. • Closing Exercises Sunday Temple Tifereth Jacob religious I school will have closing exercise* on Sunday. Cantata, written by Rabbi Leo Helm, "M a t u r i n g through Education," will be presented by pupils. Classes will continue throiuAThursday, June 9. c: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader, charged the confirmands. Reception in their honor followed at the Deauville hotel. Confirmands are Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Berger; Nikki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malvio Englander; Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feldman; Marjorie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Franke); Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall; Deborah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jacoby; Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Snyderman; Eileen St em berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Simberg; Bonie, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Millen. Shereen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Simonson; Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Elias; Lee, installs Officers Delta Psi Gamma held its annual installations of officers Saturday evening in the Biscayne room of the McAllister hotel. New officers are Sandy Peyser, president; Reva Krasnow, vice president; Sue -Schlein, secretary; and Fran Newman, treasurer. Delta Psi is a club for h i g h school girls sponsored by the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver. son of Mrs. Louis Nathans; Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pollack; David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tanen; Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Horowitz; Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Horowitz; Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessler; Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Weinstein; Robert, son ef Mr. and Mrs. Nathan' Slewet; Harold, son of Mrs. Frieda Klein. Only GUEST Flies to EUROPE Directly from Miami. Visit Europe's Most Interesting and Exciting Cities on GUEST Extra Cities Bonus Plan. • J Fly to TEL AVIV via GUEST "Route of the Sun" for Only $93420 ECONOMY CLASS ROUND TRIP PLUS Guest Extra Cities Bonus. See as many as 20 Extra Cities at no additional cost. J] m mm WITH V0IR CUEST MENTI i fcVfaka, 1 S.E. Saeend St.. Miami. Fax i



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Page 8-A >Jewisti RcridteMi Friday, iune 3. 1960 Ner Tamid Installs Officers Dr. Ben L. Fabric was installed president of Temple Ner Tamid during Friday evening services lust week. Others Ifisfailed were Wflliiim "J*. Harris, honorary past president; Ezra Feingold, honorary president; Nathan Rottenberg. Louis Cohen. Murray A. Shaw and Maurioe Zaretsky, vice presidents. Bernard J. Harris and Jack Koplin. honorary vice presidents; Murray Shaw, chairman ofthe board; Sej mour Horowitz, treasurer; IrvilfS Engel. recording secretary; Ezra Rosenfeld. financial secretary ; Joseph Kahn, assistant financial secretary; Paul Press, corresponding secretary. Board of .trustees are Frank (John. Samuel Greenfield, Dale Regent, Seymour J. Horowitz. Ezra Rosenfeld. Jack. L. Shaw. Paul HPress, Louis H. Stallman. Tobias Simon. Aaron Eisenstein. Daniel Wagner. Adolph Greenbaum. Louis Cohen. Dr. Ben L. Fabric, Mgrray Shaw, Ezra Feingold. Louis J. Gold. William J. Harris. Nathan Rottenberg. Jacob Sapirstein. Eugene J. Sehwarz. Fannie Sklar, Maurice I. Zaretsky. Sam Sklar and Irving Carey, desceased. Advisory board are C h a r I e s Branson, Alvin Savage. Dr. Aaron Chulock, Aaron Eisenstein. David Elwitt. David Fellerman, Mrs. Loois G. Gold. Morris Miretsky. Paul Jacobs. Joseph Gerstein. Louis Pearl. Dan Piver. Herman Popkin. MJX Raskin. Dale Regent. Jack L Shaw, Joseph Silverman. Murray Spies. Mark Wallace. Mrs. Ester Carrey, Mrs. Seymour Horowitz. Mrs. Mollie Fabric, Jacob Dunkelman. Irving Spear, Marshall Berkson. Report Eichmann Brought on Sub Continued from Page 1 A Congregation Monticello Park nursery school staff at graduation exercises are seated (left to right) Gladys Frechtel, teacher; Jacqueline Kantrowich. office secretary; Rebecca Keshlansky, nursery school director; Rosalie Hirschberg, Dorothy Gruen, teachers. Standing are Elaine Leff, school secretary; Ruth Wichter, teacher; Rabbi Max A. Lipechite; Abraham Gittelsan, education director; Sylvia Siegel, teacher; Rosalyn Levy, assist ant. Zamora Will Confirm Twelve Twelve students will be confirmed at Temple Zamora during j Sabbath services on Friday evening. They are Rochelle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Becker man; Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brenner; Debra, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Douglass; Arlene and Barry, children of Mr. and Mrs Bernard Greenstein; Jessica Rue! daughter of Rabbi and Mrs B Leon Hurwitz. Lee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johannesburg; John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller; Mill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo sep h One-Alan Show Here A one-man showing of abstract paintings by a Miami attorney is now being featured at the main office of Greater Miami Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 101 SE 2nd ave. The paintings are by Morton Rosenblum, who has had show* ngs in Atlanta and New York. ing a report that Eichmann was in Kugjit a Brit ish^ p rotectorate •in'inePetsian GMT7W as*\o" nmrr him out of hiding. The ruse worked, the paper said. Eichmann "sont word of his new, secret address to His wife in Austria and to tern* of his closest associates in Germany by special code. The Israeli secret service was topped off, and the task force set out to kidnap him." According to the London daily, Eichmann did not at first know that his captors were Jewish and %  thought he had been arrested by local polite. The capture could have been made much sooner, the paper said, "but the Israelis want, ed him alive and passed up several i opportunities for fear he would kill [himself." The story did not name the country in which Eichmann had been found and captured. CANTOR, CHOIR LEADER & BAR MIT2VAH TEACHER Seeks 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 references. IS years experience. Reasonable salary. Write P.O Box 1736, Miami Beach, Fla., or phone JE 4-2901, Ext: 305. To Live in Hearts We Leave Behind Is to Live Forever 1 PALMER'S MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" They'll be tackling the clean-up job ol securing pledges of local businessmen to the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal. Seen checking their visiting schedules before calling on prospects are (left) Ernest Janis, a CJA vice chairman heading Building Trades, and Paul Seiderman (right), a CIA vice chairman in charge of General Solicitation. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest A Oleest Supplier for Synageaues, Hebrew & Seneay Schools. Who/eso/e t Retail ISKAtU GUTS AND NOVtlTltS 417 Washmgton Ave. JE 1 W17 Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, JUNE S Mr. Sinai Memorial Perk Cemetery MORRIS PL ATT, 10:30 a.m. Rabht Leon Kronisn HARRY SHWIUER, 1 p.m. R


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Friday. June 3. 1960 +Jcnist> fkrkHtr Paeje 9-A Yitzhak Aronowicz, f a m e.d skipper of the ill-fated DP ship "Exodus-47,'' will be om p n rj the prominent speakers at the UjA midyear leadership conference which opens June 18 in Washington. D.C. Myers Elected To Culture Board Stanley C. Myers has been elected to toe board of trustees of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture at its organizational meeting in New York. Myers is past president and life board member of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. He is a chairman of the Harry L. Lurie Fellowship committce and a member of the Welfare Fund-Israel Relations, LCBC Steering, Community Organization, Budget and Finance, National-Local Relations, William J. Shroder Memorial Award, General Assembly Program and Personnel committees. Locally, Myers was a founder and first founder of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He is a past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center' and trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Last week he was elected chairman | of the board of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The Foundation, incorported in! New York, came into existence through a directive given by the I General Assembly of the CJFWF in San Francisco last November. rhMiaoi shrd ES TH AR ODLL The Foundation is undertaking its mandate to bring enrichment to the field of Jewish culture, help achieve the most effective service on the part of the existing Jewish cultural agencies, and interpret the unmet needs in this field to the community at large. OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE MIAMIFEDERATION The following SLATE OF OFFICERS and BOARD OF GOVERNORS will be presented by the Nominating Committee to be voted upon by members in 'good standing* at the 22nd ANNUAL MEETING on Thursday, June 16th, in the Americana Hotel. RECEPTION AT 630 P.M. DINNER AT 7:30 P.M. 'menSr^n'Vr/n^tfn 1-* any ^T w ? nukes a p,ed c > Federation and wbo, prior.to tbe annual meeting of the memoersmp, nas paid $10 of more on such pledge. 'Minn" Proceeds For Monticello "Mimi." a new and original musical comedy, will be presented June 18 at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Directing the production will be George Blackwood. Writer of the show is Dan Carlin. who last year wrote "You're in for a Great Time," staged at the Dunes hotel. Starring in "Mimi" will be Barbara Black, Bill Maffie, Bernice Lazar, anl Norman Lodin. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. of Monti-'f cello Park Congregation, will be featured. Also appearing are Joseph Caruso and Larry Buff. The singing and dancing chorus will include Sydell Harris, Stella Friedman, Eros Siegler, Norman Koloff, Shirley Berman ad Eleanor Goodman. '•Matthew and Sondra Ettinger, Minnie Lepzelter and Rasaiyn Abraas will appear as Beatniks. Proceeds are being donated to the Congregation of Monticello Park Building Fund. Um Lecture Series A lecture series on labor-management relations' and labor law sponsored by the University of Miami will be held for five weeks starting June 15 at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Dr. James Vadakin. UM professor of economics and industrial relations, and Herbert Mints, of the Miami law firm of Pallot, Silver. Pallot, Stern and Minta, will be the lecturers. PRESIDENT: SAM J. HEIMAN HONORARY PRESIDENT: AARON M. KANNER SECRETARY: JUDGE IRVING CYPEN WILLIAM AGRANOVE SHEPARD BROAD LEO CHA1KIN LEO EISENSTEIN JUDGE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN BALLOT > VICE PRESIDENTS! DR. MORRIS GOODMAN \ A. J. HARRIS MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS HAROLD THURMAN JULIAN WEINKLE TRUSTEES: Chairman: SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND MRS. LOUIS GLASSER SAM A. GOLDSTEIN M, J. KOPELOWITZ SIDNEY LEFCOURT SAM C. LEVENSON ASSOCIATE SECRETARY: EMANUEL SMITH. TREASURER: JAY KISLAK ASSOCIATE TREASURER: CARL SUSSKIND BEN MEYERS JOSEPH ROSE ARNOLD SEEDER MRS. SAMUEL SIMONHOFF DAVrD WHILLtPS HONORARY TRUSTEES HARRY SIRKIN MRS. CARL WEINKLE SAM BLANK .BENJAMIN BRONSTON HOWARD KANE (PAST PRESIDENTS) STANLEY C. MYERS MAX OROVITZ DAN RUSKIN UO ACKERMAN MRS. LEO ACKCRMAN R. WMS APTE -AM AROMOVITZ HARRY AUGUST DR. MEIVIN BECKER MISS SUE BERKOWm THEODORE BERMAN DANIEl BROAD JACK A. CANTOR AlVIN CASSEl DAVID CATSMAN JAMES COHEN JOSEPH COHEN DANIEL CRAVITT A. BUDD CUTLER JOSEPH DAllETT ARTHUR DESSER JOSEPH DUNTOV MRS. JOSEPH DUNTOV MRSMEYER EOONATZ CLEMEN EHRUCH LEON Ell MRS. FRANCES ENTINE MRS. AARON f ARR PAUL MSKE MRS. CHARLES FEINRCRO MARTIN FINE MRS. DOROTHY PINK JACOB FISHMAN DAVID FLEEMAN MAYSHIE FRIEDBERO MRS. LARRY FRKOLANO JOSEPH H. OARDNER JOSEPH OARFIELD SEYMOUR GELBER RICHARD OERSTMN ELECTIVE DR SAMUEL OERTMAN BEN OILIER OEOROE GOLDBERG LOWS E. GOLDMAN MARVIN GOLDMAN SAM GOLDMAN BURTON B. GOIDSTEIN MRS. HARRY GORDON CHARLES E. GOTTLIEB DR. OEOROE GRAHAM MRS. GEORGE GRAHAM N MELVIN GREEN JEROME GREENE NATHAN GUMENICK MRS. TRUDY HAMERSCHLAO MARSHALL HARRIS COl WM J. HARRIS ISADORE HECHT IOUIS HEIMAN DANIEL NEAl HELLER ALBERT J. HIRSCH MORRIS HONIGBAUM R£p MAURICE HYMAN LEON JACOBS MRS. AARON KANNER i J LEON KAPLAN $V KEITH • ** f SAM KEYWEU DR. DAVID KMSH WM J. KUNE % %  %  *' MAX KOLKBR IRVIN KORACH RING KOSSOFF .fTf-fre Al KOVENS • f**" AARON KRAVm f RALPH LACHMAN RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ SIDNEY ANSIN SIDNEY ARONOVm MILTON BALSAM MEYER A. RASKIN 'RABBI HERBERT BAUMOARO MRS. SAM BEISKY PHILIP BERKOWITZ MOSHE BERMAN BARNEY BERNSTEIN RAY BEBR IN JERRY CARVER ABE CHIE4 ISIDORE A. COHEN UON A. EPSTEIN •MAXWEll FA SUM MIN N I E FEINRERG WAITER Ff&TMAN EZRA FWMGOID JACK FINK PERCY FRIEDLANDCR JOSEPH FROMKIN EFRAIM GALE MRS SAMUEL OERTMAN S AM UEL ORRTNER SOL GOLDMAN f SAM IACHMAN %  APPOINTED OROANI (* indicates appointed in 1959 — SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN LILLIAN GOODMAN OR. MICHAEl GOODMAN JACK 0. GORDON PAUL OORDON MRS. CHARLES GOTTLIEB MRS. MILTON GREEN 'MRS DAVID ORtENBERG JUDGE HARRY A. OREENBERO JEROME O. GREENE MRS. RALPH HANKIN *•*? HERBERT HETKIN MAX JACOBSON ERNEST JAMS MRS/ SOLOMON KAMN JACK KATZMAN MRS. EMERY KEMENY 'MRS. DAVID KIRSH RABBI LEON KRONHJH HASKEll LAZRRE MRS. PHILIP LEFKOWITZ DR. IRVING LEHRMAN MRS. ESTHER LERMAN MURRAY LEVINE MRS. SIDNEY LEWIS MRS. SOL MARGOUIS GOVERNORS MRS. JEAN LEttMAN MRS IRVING IEMRMAM EM1EI LESOWODER DAVE lEVINfON J. GERALD LEWIS J. DAVID HERMAN HERBERT R. UNICK JOSEPH M. UPTON OSCAR MAMBER SIDNEY MANK MARVIN MARKOWITZ HERMAN MARKS PAUL MARKS JOSEPH MECHIOW MAX MEISEl LOUIS MiRWITZER BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER MRS. ANNA BRENNER MYERS IRVING MILLER MRS. JOSEPH MINTZES MORRIS MINOV A J. MOIASKY EMIR* MORTON KENNETH MYERS MRS. HARRY PLATOFF JACK POPTCK JACOB RABINOWITZ ICE RATNER MRS. MATIIDA RATNH MARVIN RAUZIN BEN RIMER PAUL RIMMEIR LEO ROBINSON LEONARD ROSEN JULIUS ROSENSTEIN SAM ROST IRVING SAM r ZATIONAL DELEGATES I960 repreienuiivej not yt hanitd) MRS A. HERBERT MATHES BERYL MORRISON MRS. DAVID MUSNAT DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT Al OSSIP MAURICE PiARLSTEIN ARTHUR PEKELNER NRTE PERLMUTTER *AL OUADOW RABBI JOSEPH RACK0VSKY OH. RAPPAPORT MAURICE REVTTZ COL NATHAN B ROOD HERSCHEl ROSENTHAl 'MRS. OHIA RUBIN UOYD RUSKIN LEE RUWITCH RABBI M. J. SAPRA MRS. PHIL SAMET SEYMOUR SAMfT MRS. FRED SANDIER 'HAROLD SAXE IRVING SCHATCMAN MRS. LEOPOLD I. SCHWARTZ LOWS SCMWARTZMAN ISRAEL SCHULTZ JACOB SHER WILLIAM D. SINGER CAUL WEfNKtE MRS. SAM SAKRAIS JACK SANDIER MRS. SAM T. SAPIRO SAM E SCHWARTZ PAWL SHDERMAN MRS. HENRY SIITUN JOHN SERBIN FRED SHOCHET WIILIAM SILVERSTEIN ISIDODE R. SIMKOWITZ MORRIS SIMON LAWRENCE SINGER MILTON SIRKIN MRS. MILTON SIRKIN ADM H. M. SOBEl GEORGE SOOO AN SOIOSKO MRS. GERALD SOITZ JUDGE HAROLD SPAET DR. JESS SPIRER SAMUEL STARK JOSEPH R. STEIN BERNARD STEVENS MRS. BERNARD STEVENS MRS. CARL SUSSKIND WILLIAM SUSSMAN MEYER TEIOMAN JOHN TEMPIE JACK TOPPEll ROBERT TURCHIN WILLIAM WEINTRAUB EUGENE J. WEISS A. B. WIENER STANLEY WOLFF OSCAR ZEITZER MRS. OSCAR ZEITZER HARRY ZUKERNKK MICKEY SEGAU 'BERNARD SCRKIN 'RABBI HERSCHEl SAVIHE MRS. JOSEPH SHAPIRO MRS. LARRY SILVERMAN MM. SOL SILVERMAN GEORGE A. SIMON MRS. GEORGE A. SIMON HARRY SIMONHOFF MM. OSCAR SINDELl DR. NATHANIEL SOROFF CHARLES Z. SPINGARN JOSHUA STADIAN MM. MAX STADLER EDWARD STERN LOOTS STERNSHETN HAROLD STRUMPF MM. BERNARD SUPWORTH OTJO R O S J. TALIANOFF 'MM. ALVIN WANK 'RABBI ALFRED WAXMAN DR. SIMON WNJNSKY NATHAN WINOKUR DR. CRIA WOHL JOE ZAUS I" Additional nominations may be presented to the Secretary of Federation.by written petition of any 19 members in good standing (contributors of $10 and over) and should be submitted to the Federation office not later than June 111b. According to tbe ByLaws no additional nominations can be made at the Annual Meeting itself. I



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Page 10-A +JewistncrkHan Friday, Jun 3. I960 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIWPIIN Two New Year Books Offer Wealth of Information \ ISRAEL GOVERNMENT Y BAR-BOOK,-4730 (195*40). 543 pp. Israel: The Government Printer. Price: l£ 4.500; S3.00; U.K. 21/-. %  ^OTICE SHOULD BE taken of tf>is deeply absorbing !" publication by the Israel Government. From the long article on "Israel's Security and Her International Position," by David Ben-Gurion, straight through to the advertisements in the back, the Year-Book is gold-mine of information about the State, most of which would otherwise remain unknown to non-Israelis. Included are the laws passed by the Third Knesset, United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON basic principles of governnaeni prograaa. and tho-e4ivities.. %( every ministry in the government, with listings of their memberships. The sections of Foreign Affairs and Religious Affairs are of particular Interest to American Jews. Ben-Gurion's frank disclosure which opens the book, speaks of many areas. On Germany, for example, that "only someone who lives completely in the past and does •not understand the changes that have occurred in (he world can believe in the possibility that Hitler's Germany may be resurrected." On the enmity of the Arabs: that "the gains have outweighed the losses ... in a state of peace with our neighbors we should have done more to Israel's Social Progress Dwarfs Arab Republic's United Nations CIGURES CAN TELL some fascinating %  tales. True, they can also lie. But one way of determining the truth or falisty of figures is by tracing them to their source. Right now, there are many statistics available in regard to Israel and to the Arab world. The source isj indisputable. They come straight from the latest issue of the annual Statistica rbooK comnoBMBi 1'W" MMMH '"nii.i.!^ Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN Book of Jewish Value BHILIP ROTH is a brilliant writer with a craftsmanship that holds out great literary promise for that young man. If literary merit alone were the guidepost for the Jewish Book Council in selecting the best books of the year, few indeed would be inclined to quarrel with its singling out of Roth's "Goodbye, Columbus." However, since the selection was admittedly predicated on the formulation that the book was the outstanding novel of Jewish interest in 1959, there is room for questioning both the wisdom and competence of the choice. I am not of the school that subscribes to the thesis that radiance must light up all the pages of Jewish books, or that the author of a denigrating piece ipso facto excludes himself from the coterie of Jewish writing. However, whn on writs derogatory pieces ad nauseum. without pausing for a moment to look into the brighter corners of Jewish life, there is reason to suspect that the author is either completely unfamiliar with Jewish life in its positive aspects or that his motivation stems from a personality blackspot. In any event, to say of a book that drips with disrespect and detestation of Jewish life that it is the best novel of Jewish interest is a travesty, an insult to Jewish values. How could the judges have given that accolade to Roth if they read the piece about Eli the fanatic, or the yarn about a couple of goldbricking GIs who utilize their "Jewishness" for selfish chiseling? In this corner's opinion it was a grave mistake for the Jewish Book Council to extend "Jewi. !" Haven, Springfield, Waterbury, and Worche ur. TM fourth was held in Chicago involving CincinnaL CI***" land, Detroit. Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and St. Louis. ta of these conferences focused on alj phases of learlerstip training, including the placement of "graduate* of I"* ing programs in community agencies. In the main, the programs are directed at young P£ pie beteween 25 aqd 35 years of age. Cleveland proved u exception, seeking out potential leaders between 35 i 45 because of the need for people who could be pU^ quickly in leadership positions.



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Friday^ June 3, I960 fJenisti fieri'Jrdtr/ Israel Rushes Eichmann Trial .-wrfl r>..|. Q* •-— ,,,i,, ; Qpntinuec 1 from Pag* 1-A pressed his readiness to collaborate with his captors to clarify from the historical viewpoint those events of World War II i wh*h he played a part. Eichmann told his interrogators that he was twice a prisoner of the United States Army after World War II, and made good his escape on. both occasions. When he was first captured by the Americans, he'-' managed to conceal his true identity by disguising himself as a private in the German Luftwaffe, he revealed. Later, when he was transferred to another prisoners' camp, he posed as a lieutenant in the Waffen SS. Eichmann, then a colonel in the Elite Guard, was captured by the Americans about May 8, 1945. Just before his capture, he said, he managed lo get rid of his SS uniform 1 and personal documents and dressed himself in the uniform of a Luftwaffe private. He gave his American captors a false name, and said he had destroyed his documents in keeping with instructions from th> German Army. Page U-A for torn* reason, the tattoo mark on his loft hand, indicat.r.g his blood group, was not noticed. Eichmann assumed the role of a private, although he know that officers received better treatment as prisoners, because ho thought less interest would bo paid to a private than to an officer. While he was being transferred to another American prison camp. Eichmann disclosed, he again chanced his identity, this time assuming the rank of a Waffen SS lieutenant since that rank would explain the SS tattoo on his hand. Israel authorities continued to maintain the strictest secrecy as to where Eichmann had been captured. However, they disclosed that the Israeli security forces had not been aided by the intelligence forces of any other country in locating the fugitive. Magistrate Emanuel Halevi, of Tel Aviv, who isued the detention order, said Eichmann seemed somewhat upset when he replied to the charge with the statement t^at "I am not guilty." The prisoner said he would like legal counsel, which authorities said would be provided him. Meanwhile the general feeling in Moshe Sharett (right), member of Israel's Parliament and former Prime Minister of Israel, talks with Jacob Katzman. Mrs. Jack Popick. and Mrs. Katzman (left to right), who are visiting Israel as members of a Greater Miami Israel Bond delegation. Mr. and Mrs. Sharett entertained the 15 Bond leaders at tea in their Jerusalem home on May 21. xirted to be "hang him." Prison officials said that the Israel galows had been destroyed after capital punishment was abolished. It Eichmann is convicted and senenced to death, a new gallows .vill ha.ve to be built. Many Jews who war* survivors of Nazi extermination camps telephoned pol!co headquarters volunteering their services as executioners of Eichmann in the event ho is convicted and sentenced to death, police reported. It was not clear whether Eichmann would be accused of mass nurders or of a "crime against he Jewish people." Either charge ;r both would be possible under he Israel Jaw.for the punishment if Nazis and Nazi collaborators. Both involve the death penallty. The tremendous worldwide interest evoked by the dramatic capture of Hitler's mass murder specialist is expected to result in an unusually large attendance at '.he trial by both newspaper and other communications correspond tntf and observers. Since most Israel courtroomsare small, the trial will probably he held in a Jerusalem public hall. The court is expected to be made up of three or five judges, and some of them are expected to be justices of Israel's Supreme Court specially appointed to the district bench for the trial. Numerous witnesses are expected from West enlarged by advisors and experts iron) abroad, it was reported. Israel officials intend to make sure that the trial is conducted in 3 fashion to give it a true color of nternational process. While the rial will be conducted in Hebrew, a staff of multi-lingual translator* vill provide simultaneous interpreations in the various languages. Former West German President Theodor Heuss, who is visiting Israel, commented: "I well understand th great excitement among all citizens of Israel." Ho was quoted as saying ho wat • %  ate Eichmann's case would t>e handled in a just manner since Eichmann was a major war criminal and headed the list of these criminals in Germany. Dr.Nahum Goldmann, president if the World Zionist Organization, aid he hoped Eichmann's trial vould be "a classic case of the Jewish people in Israel against the )erson who implemented the mass nurder of six millions." Eichmann's capture by the Jewish peo>)e had "historical significance," le added. Chief pabbi Yitzhak Nissim described Eichmann as a criminal whose like is unknown in all of 'srael's history of persecutors. Hundreds of thousands of the Children of Israel who have been bereaved and tortured by this oppression look to the courts to judge •tim with the maximum severity of the law." The master Nazi war criminal, was traced, tracked down and capGermany and other European Tel Aviv about Eichmann was re-1 countries. The prosecution may be tured by Israel security personnel %  — tlone, the head of 1 Israel'SecuriV Service declared this week in ienying a report that a Jew whose arnily had rerished.in Nari gas chambers was the first man to locate Eichmann. Insi-tin tfa t r.o one outside the security services could claim any -hare in Ihe Eichmann seizure, he security chief also denied reports that the capturers would be gives money awards. 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Page 12-A +Jewistncrkfian Friday, June 3. 1960 Back to Old Diplomacy By MAX LERNER Paris Is this a time to break a feeble lance in defense of summitry? Maybe not but 1 do so anyway. Greenberg Again Elected President Judge Harry Greenberg has been reelected president lor a second term of Temple Beth Sholom. Others elected are Sidney Ansin, Frank Kamen, Samuel Grit and Charles Silvers, vice presidents; Maiiry S. Olinick, treasurer; James M. Albert, financial secretary; and Dr. Norman J. Russ, general secretary. The air is full of denunciations, not only Elected to the board of direcdl the Paris shambles but of the whole idea of future summits. -Good' t0 rs for a three-year term are Leon bye to all that," say the embittered realists and the bruised, lacerated j. Ell, Tom C. Kravitz, Alvin B. idealists These embattled goodbyes, alas, are a luxury we cannot af Lowe, Howard H. Miller, Judge ford Summitry, like sex, may be sinful, flamboyant and disillusioning, Kenneth Oka, Sol S. Pine, David but like sex. summitry is a fact of life and here to stay. D. Pollack. Alexander R u b i n, The old methods of diplomacy we are told, should never have been Ralph Spero, R. Preston Tisch. abandoned They were secret, dignified, understated, ritualized. They Elected for one-year terms were never let a statesman flail Ms arms before 2.000 reporters in a propaJonas Brotman and Louis Snetganda tantrum nor did they humiliate another by making him its target, man. Summits are febrile affairs. They breed a hectic flush and lead to hvsteria. They polarize whatever tensions exist in the world. They lend themselves to propaganda displays. If the summit fails the burden of guilt is thrust from one camp to another and the consequences ot failure are far-reaching. If it succeeds it could have been .achieved by less dramatic means. SO THE CRY ARISES, "Back to the old diplomacy." 1 do not join in the cry. The classical system of world politics on which the old diplomacy rested is dead. It was maimed by the rise of world Communism and got its deathblow from nuclear weapons. When your opponent is convinced that history will sweep you into the dustbin he becomes an ally of history and doesn't send polite notes. When the atomic countdown is moving fast, threatening destruction for both of you, then you had better talk fast, preferably with the head man. ACTUALLY, SUMMITRY WAS .NOT started by the Communists. Lenin went to no summits and Stalin only to The Allied summits engineered by FDR. If there was a single architect of summitry it Franklin Roosevelt. It furnished Jiim a way by which a restless, enerFormal election will be Saturday evening at the Temple's 18th annual meeting, to be preceded by a cocktail party and dinner. In charge of arrangements is Harold Hirshfeld. Retirees Hear Helen Alpert "Wake up Younger and Hippi, r" is the title of a talk Helen Alpert was to gtve Thursday evening to senior citizens in the Wofford Beach hotel. _The hotel's social director is 77< year-old Mrs. Jennie Cohen, of AnKiistoft, Ala. Miss Alpert is president of the First Retirement Foundation,, aitionwide organization, with Miami headquarters in the Langford bldg. The Foundation provides oldsters needs in drugs, medicines, travel, retiree housing and health plans. JUDCl MAItT 6REENIMC Rabbi Landau In New Pulpit Rabbi Sol Landau, associate rabbi of Park Synagogue, Cleveland, O., has been elected to the pulpit of Congregation Beth Hillel in Wilmette. 111. Beth Hillel is one of the fastm | growing Conservative congregations on Chicago's north shore. Brother of Mrs. Nathan Glover, getic. self-confident President, bursting with ideas, impatient at delays, 1 42 Samana dr Miami Rabbi could be his own Secretary of State and make a bid for world leadership \ Laundau reC ently'published "ChrisKhrushchev is also restless, energetic and supremely confident that he can out-talk, out-think and out-propagandize his opposite numbers. This fails to make me flinch. We shall have De Gaulle on our side at the next summit, too. De Gaulle, although the last great figure of classical world politics, seems meant for summit confrontations. He does not have Khrushchev's freewheeling flamboyance, but he has weight, style and intuitive power. And he remains unrattled under fire. Macmillan will also be there, unfailingly the middleman. And the American? If only we could choose a President on whose shoulders the Roosevelt cape could fit. *- -€ THE PURPOSE OF A SUMMIT is to bypass the underlings while building on their knowledge and work, and get face-to-face exchanges that remove the roadblocks. Inevitably the summits also become propaganda arenas, but must we remain scared babies about propaganda? It is the heart of political warfare, which is a happy and necessary substitute for nuclear warfare. I ask the drumbeaters against further summitry: What is your alternative? Shall we .use conferences of foreign ministers? Repeatedly in the past they have bogged down for lack of power. Shall we use experts, as in the Geneva atomic talks? They con do no more than the political chiefs behind them direct them to do. Shall we use the ambassadors? 1 doubt whether Thompson is Moscow or Menshikov in Washington would solve the Berlin issue, which is multilateral and requires a roundtable, not a tete-a-tete. Shall we use the UN and Hammarskjold? But the UN easily becomes a propaganda sounding board, as witness Gromyko's tirade, and a Hammarskjold stymied on Egypt and Israel will scarcely solve Berlin. THERE IS LITTLE CHOICE. We have to develop a temper and skill for summitry. Then we shall have to wait not only for a new American President but for Khrushchev to dispose of the internal and Chinese fetters that now seem to tie his hands, judging from the triuphant mood of Communist China, which is celebrating a glorious victory. This may mean waiting a longish spell. Yes. summits are shrill, feverish, hysterical, but so are American Presidential conventions. The summits, even the wrecked ones, have compensations by focusing world attention on world leaders. We condition ourselves slowly to world thinking. No. this wn not the wrong road we took. It was the right one. but crash came because one of the drivers dozed at the wheel and the-t>ther was,drunk with power, or something. 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%  %  ...dJ A LI I L ike iu oman s WerU 'I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jackson leaving June 11 on the Oslofjord for the Scandinavian countries Itinerary will also include Great Britain and Ireland They intend "to return early in September ... Pierre Mande, of 2485 Trapp ave., Coconut Grove, writing friends from Paris about his heartrending visit with his two brothers in Israel The violinist spent the two Passover Seders with them—a reunion after 23 years "It would take a talented pen of Bialik" to describe the meeting, he says Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin (Yetta) Isenberg, 1600 Collins ave., will be celebrating their golden wedding anniversary on June 7 But residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged will wish them well two days earlier—at a party at the Home on Sunday "."The couple are active at the Home, as they were in Philadelphia, prior to their retirement here four years ago Ben and Yetta have one son. Lee, of Chicago, three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. The Martin Grossmans, 18850 NE 20th ct., are expecting sometime in August It'll be their second Martin's a veteran insurance executive Friends are ottering congratulations to Milton and Esther Steinhardt on their new granddaughter, titian-haired Erin Gae Joan and Jerry Stein are the proud parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis leaving for Balitmore to attend the graduation of their son, Edwjn Gilbert, from the University of Maryland school of medicine The June 6 commencement will also be the occasion for Edwin's wife, Rosalie, to receive her Master of Arts degree The couple were married last September, and Rosalie'ls the daughter of Mr! and Mrs. O. D. Tarigan, of Baltimore Following graduation, the couple leave for Texas, where he will intern at the U.S. Army Hospital. € — Mrs. Jack (Thelma) Wilco and children, Elaine, Alan and Leigh, will be flying to their hometown, Toronto, Canada, to spend the summer wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hailman Jack is to join the family in Toronto the latter part of the summer, after which they expect to return to their home a.t 337 W. 13th st., Hialeah Thelma is vice president of membership of Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood Jack is on the Temple's board of directors ... Howard Jay Eisen, graduate of South Broward High School and recipient of several national chemical research awards, has just received a Harvard College national scholarship The latest award is in recognition of his "exceptional intellectual promise and strength of character and personality," and is the highest honor Harvard College confers on an incoming freshman Howard's sister, Arleen Joan. 16, a junior at South Broward High School, has been selected to participate in the National Science Foundation Htfift School Research Program at the University of Florida" this, summer .-. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Eisen, 21010 NE 26th ave., Miami Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Bernice) Simon, 19331 NE 19th ave., No. Miami Beach, and their children, Larry, Richard and Amy, will spend the month of June in Cleveland, O., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baygel Bernice is the newly-installed president of Adath Yeshurun Temple Sisterhood. M •* Mrs. Austin Burke among this area's traveling gals in Russia ... A licensed amateur radio operator, teacher, and formerly active in electronics at the University of Illinois, Mrs. B. participates in the programs of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital and Variety Children's Hospital Telephoned Austin from Helsinki prior to final leg of trip to the Soviet Union Now buyer and general manager of the Burke sportswear department, she expects to bring back some "fabulous" Russian, suits for display—"the epitome of quality" or not. •% Name tapes are sewed onto Buck and Johnny's summer outfits, and they are ready for their mother, Mrs. Burton B. (Grace) Goldstein to take them to Camp Arrowhead Off to New York to see her son, James, is Mrs, Howard R. Hirsch prior to his departure for Europe He's a student at Columbia U. Mrs. Charles Branson entertained friends at a luncheon last week at the Roney Plaza Guests included Mrs. Leo Falk, Mrs. Sam Greenfield. Mrs. Edward Siegel, Mrs. Ezra Finegold, Mrs. Joseph Pollak, Mrs. Richard Bergman, Mrs. Dorothy Kaufman • Howard Grove calls Isabel every night from New york She'll be driving to Gotham Town with her niece. Karole Karlin Karote's leaving for France and art study at the Sorbonne Isabel will stay in their New York apartment and unwind from the strenuous club year. •* Excitement ahead for the Ben Zion Ginsburgs in New York on June 5 Son-in-law Jack Rosoff will be ordained as a rabbi at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America Ben will be in the academic procession as a' congregational representative of Temple Emanu-El Barby is planning a buffet dinner party the night before to welcome her parents and Jack's father and mother, Mr. and-Mrs. Samuel B. Rosoff, and their relatives, of Boston After that, it's a quickie business trip to Chicago for the Ginsburgs, and then back home ... Arthur Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and his Claire in a huddle with people at the Deauville they hadn't seen for years Leon and Dorothy Kaplan taking a long time through the receiving line because-everyone wanted to say hello to them ,. Judge and Mrs. Irving (Hazel) Cypen still managing a smile-even if it was their fourth event that evening The Leo Eisensteins excited about their cousin, whom they had never met before Stanley C. Myers arriving late from another meeting, with his Martha relieved about not having towatch for him at the door any longer ... The Maurice Pearlsteins ereetine old friends Anna Brenner Meyers arriving out of breath from the first PTA meeting at .the new Miami Beach High School ... The site' Why the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women's social affair last Wednesday eve to delegates from across the country attending Council's Presidents Institute on Miami Beach. ~<3fewisli CToridian Miami, Florida, Friday, June 3, 1960 Section B At recent installation of officers of Shalom chapter of E'nai B'rith Women are (left to right) Mrs. Irving Brenner,membership vice president; Mrs. GerakfSoliz, president of B'nai B'rith Women, District 5, who was installing officer; Mrs. Kenneth Kerapler, coordinating vice president; Mrs. Irving Kaye, president; Mrs. Gordon Marmorstein, ways and means vice president; and Mrs. Marvin Firtell, program vice president. Ceremonies were at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Hostesses who made the annual open house Katzman, Mrs. Alan Lipton, Mrs. Robinson, for new members of the American Jewish ComMrs. William Finsten, Mrs. Peretz Scheinberg mittee a sUccess at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs, Melvyn Frumkes. Leo Robinson recently included Mrs. James s Hadassah Group Installs Officers Chaim Weizmann group of Hadassah will hold its annual installation dinner on Sunday evening at the Royal Hungarian restaurant Mrs. Harvey Cypress will be installing officer, and Mrs. Louis Bederman is scheduled as guest speaker. Officers are Mesdames Harold Hurwitz. president; Nat Goldberg, Harry Kornfield, Rosalyn Strauss, William Winkler, vice presidents; Sam Harris, recording secretary; Gertrude Solon, corresponding secretary; Sam Herschfield, treasurer: Dorothy Morris, financial secretary; and Hyman Sootm, chapter representative. Annual Picnic Scheduled Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will Have its annual picnic on Father's Day, June 19, at Crandon Park, Pit 6. Mrs. David Sherper, newy-elected president of the B'nai B'rith Women's Council of Miami, receives the gavel from retiring president Mrs. David Greenberg. Miami Council coordinates the activities of nine B'nai B'rith chapter* in the Greater Miami area. Catktail Dinner Deuce "* Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood will hold a cocktail dance and installation at the Dunes motel on Saturday evening. M



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SSSSS1 Page 2-B +Je*lst> fhridiar Friday. June 3. 1960 Sunshine Group | aeAloloy Flower Talk "Silver Tea' Here Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a 'Silver Tea" at the First Federal Savings and Loan bldg.. 900 NE 125th st., on Monday. 1:30 p.m. Mrs Philip Straus, membership vice president, announces thai the ticket of admission is a prospective member. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Straus and Mrs. Meyer Gordon. CHARLES S. LAVIN ANNOUNCES MM ORGANIZATION PUNS Presentation of the DeMolay 1 Flower Talk was given at the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge Auditorium. ; on Tuesday, with dramatization fly the Southwest Lodge DeMolay Team. Program was under the direction of Stanley Phillips, chairman of Hibiscus DeMolay commit tee. and sponsored by the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. CHARLES S. LAVIN, ideas have ben editorialized in (leader's Digest, announces the addition of the famous Palm Beach Hotel at Palm Beach, Florida. This is a truly luxurious place for retirement; the average rate being $98.50 per month per person, double occupancy which includes three meals a day. Single rooms are also availabfe. Special dietary kitchen and dining room available at $1.00 par day extra charge. Reservations are now being accepted for our new Cardan Ming. Mentals start at $86.50 per month per person, which includes a lovely private room With running water, and three well-prepared meals a day. Also these guests may enjoy the same social activities as those in the main building. Regardless of your age, yon can now join The Charles S. Lavin Retirement Organization, the dues being one dollar ($1.00) per year. This entitles you to a monthly bulletin and should a member come to one of our hotels as a permanent guest, ho or she will receive a discount of $100.00 the end of the first year. ZOA District Elects Officers James David Liebman has been reelected president of the Miami Cables Zionist District. Other officers named at a recent meeting include Ephraim i'nltinIsidor Dickman. Meyer "Fine, Moses Meyer. Harold Shapiro, and Harvey Sootin. vice presidents. Mrs. Pauline Leviek. treasurer; Mrs L B. Sachs, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Morris Simon, recording secretary. Annual barbecue of the organization will be held June 19 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Le vine, 911 Miller rd. Proceeds are for the Klar Silver Agricultural School in Israel. Sam Levine is chairman and coordinator of the function. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kasow will be honored for their activity in behalf of the Miami-Gables Zionist Dis trict. Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, hosts reception for members of the Presidents Institute sponsored by* the National Council of Jewish Women at the Deauville hotel. Ready to greet Section presidents who came from all parts of the country recently are (left to riant) Mrs. Sidney Lewis. 5resident. Greater M information regarding the numerous Lavin Retirement Hotels throughout the country, please write Charles S. Lavin as noted below. There is no obligation. Diplomat Bids Due This Week Construction bids are due back this week on new building plans contemplated by the Diplomat Hotel and Country Club. Hollywood. On the drawing boards are a 150room inn. adjacent to the Diplomat Country Club, and conversion into rooms of 46 cabanas at the Diplamat East. Conversion of the cabanas is expected to start on Oct. 1, and will have all the latest facilities, in eluding air conditioning. Start of the ISO-room inn, which will be a separate entity tthough on the 400 acre Diplomat premises, is still untain. awaiting the bids before Diplomat owner Samuel Friedland gives the go-ahead on construction. The new inn. plus the cabana conversions, will mark another step in the expansion plans of the Diplomat. The inn will have its own col lee shop, meeting rooms' and pool. Melvin Grossman is the architect for botth propects. He designed the Diplomat's newtwo million dollar convention hall. Charles S. Lavin j Lavin Palm Beach Hotel %  235 Sunrise Avenue Palm Beach, Florida DEAR MR. LAVIN: I UCHH. ITIK. MVIHI I Enclosed is my $1.00 membership j | fee. Please send membership card j land monthly bulletins. jName j Address I (palnWiA ROOFING CO. M Ytart hi Miami M.o.. D....oblli>y He-roofing & Repoiri All Type Roof. — Slace 1920 ASK FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON ROOFING Phone PR 3-6244 City State. I THE McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSHORS ADRIAN McCUNE M I MARION C McCUNf M A 151 N.I THIRT> STRIH MIAMI Establish) "teer Uthttti** tor •Hesen" PICK-UP AND DELIVER / ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 3469 N. Miami Avenue Phone f R 11343 Junior Auxiliary Installs Officers Mrs. Xewis Cole began her second term as president of the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged when she was installed along with other new officers at noon on Tuesday. The ceremony, presided over by Judge Irving Cypen. president of the Home, took place at the Home. Chairman of the day was Mrs. Esther Bacon. Other new officers include Mrs. Joseph Robinson, executive vice nr-ciHpnt: M r s. Morris Ratner. vice president of membership; Mrs. Lawrence Silrerman. vice president of fund-raising: Mrs Esther Levitz. vice president >( programs: Mrs. Martin Lundy. financial secretary: Mrs. Freda Le vine, treasurer; Mrs. Fanny Willing, recording secretary; Mrs Paul Brown and Mrs. Sam Poaieranee. corresponding secretaries. Have you noticed the low, low price of Heinz Vegetarian Beans' You don't have to look any further: there isn't a more popular dish in sight than Heinz strictly Vegetarian Beans. Everybody loves them. Everybody wants seconds. Everybody goes away from the table happy. Nourished. Why not tonight? TheSeal of TheUnionOf Orthodox JewiishCongrefationsOfAmericaiBontheUbeL



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r,Jua#-3; I960 — *Jtwlstiik#*&** Peur3-B Irs. Bromley Reelected Irs. Chester Bromley, 5340 SW st., was reelected and installed tsident of "ETeahor Roosevelt ppter of B'nai B'nth Women last at the Garden restaurant. Irs. Gerald Soltz. pftsldefl "of nai BTith Women, District 5, as installing officer. Highlight of the affair was an U-member minstrel show directed ly Mrs. Lester Fredel. M %  %  s — % %  '... 17 Jewish Cadets Commissioned NEW YORK—Twenty-seven Jewish cadets at the U. S. Military; \cademy at West Point, the U. S. | Naval Academy at Annapolis, the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, and the U. S. Coast Guard Academy at New London, Conn., will be commissioned at the 1960 commencement exercises at those institutions, according to the j Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of Ihe National Jewish Welfare Board. The eight newly-com missioned Jewish second lieutenants at the U. S. Military Academy, the 11 newly-commissioned ensigns at the U. S. Naval Academy, the two newly-commissioned ensigns at the Coast Guard Academy, and the six newlycommissioned ensigns at the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy will each receive personally inscribed copies of the Bible from the JWB Commission at special baccalaureate services arranged by the Jewish chaplains at the academies. The services and presentations are part cf the year-round religious program provided at the academies by JWB's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy. The Commission, the officially-authorized body for recruiting, endorsing and serving Jewish chaplains inthe U. S. Armed Forces, is composed of representatives of the three major rabbinical bodies in this country. Residents' Party Fetes Isenbergs Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will honor Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin lsenberg on their 50th wedding annjversary. The Isenbergs will share the occasion with residents of the Home by hosting the party at Douglas Gardens, 151 NE 52nd st. on Sunday at 2 p.m. Womttco Names Ixecvtbre Mitchell Wolfson, president of Wometco Enterprises, Inc., has announced the appointment of Arthur Hertz to the post of comptroller of the company effective immediately. Hertz is a CPA and has been with Wometco since February, 195$. He was previously an accountant with Fidelity Construction Company here. Hertz is a graduate of the University of Miami. Mrs. Sol Silverman, president of the auxiliary, will welcome guests. [ accompanist, and Kay Harrison as Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program soloist. chairman. Entertainment will in-'. Gifts will be given to resident elude Lillian Beller and her folk fathers by Mrs. Daniel Broad and dancers, with Charles Stegar as Mrs. Anna Zitter. Mrs Stanley C. Myers (right), of Coral Gables, national vice president of National Council of Jewish Women, bids farewell to Mrs. Charles Hymes, national president of the National Council of Jewish Women, on her departure from the five-day Presidents Institute held at the Deauville hotel, Miami Beach. The Institute, the first of its kind in Council's history, was mandated at the last biennial convention of the organization. This summer, Mrs. Hymes will conduct a leadership training program for the International Council of Jewish Women's triennial meeting in Basle, Switzerland. While she is there, Mrs. Myers will be the acting president of the National Council of Jewish Women. ,. She Gifts Torah To Synagogue RDINE'S Shop Mond.y anal Friday Nights, Miami. Miami B..ch 'til 9:00 l*3rd St. Store, Ft. laoderdale. W. Fab* Beach 'til 9:30 Fourteen years ago, after the mariage of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Lechinsky, of Chicago and Detroit, the couple came to make their home at 6478 SW 12th st. They lived here happily for 12 years. Now, in honor of her late husmand, Mrs. Ida Lechinsky has donated a Torah Scroll in his memory to the Southwest Jewish Center. The Torah gift celebration will take place Sunday, 2 p.m., at the Center under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Maurice Klein. .1 aar there's more of everything at BROWNS FABULOUS JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLUB CATALINA INDOOR POOL t HEALTH CLUB It's no secrell We pamper our guests—you'll find that BROWN'S Is heaven on earth-All Sport Activities—Private Lake—Free Form Out* door Pool—Elevator Service—Air Conditioning — UVML —Delectable Food—Supervised Children'* Dy |lj*tfmtc NCtVit Csmp-Nits Pitrol-2 Kiddie Pools; Entertainment features Stars of Broadway and Hollywood— Continuous Dancing with Herb Sherry Orch.— Pate Terrace latin Muic—Nat Brookt In the Brown Derby. JEW LEWIS TEEM-JIBE FAN CLUI • F1AMRE0 SOCIALS AIM FUM CALMS BUDOIT RATES FREE GOIF 2 NEW P.O. A. 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Page 4-B >Jewist ncrrtiar Friday. June 3. I960 Jewish Flonduin Exclusive YOUR M c ARRIAGE COUNSELOR • &f •• by ^dWMeU C7. *J\\litim MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIAGE COUNSELOR AND AUTHOR My old friends, the Methodists. I am happy to report, are finally catching up with the harsh facts of life. According to a recent dispatch from Denver where the followers of the late John Wesley met in conclave, the assembled clergymen decided to abandon the old rule that "only the innocent party to a divorce could be remarried in the church." And about time too. For if marriage counselors know anything, they know that there is really no completely "innocent party to a divorce." Both parties to a divorce are "particeps criminis." Both are usually responsible, though perhaps in varying degrees, to the break up of the marriage, the law to the contrary. As a matter of fact tire law. especially the branch dealing with divorce, lags painfully behind the times. Indeed, it is so encrusted with superstitious nonsense that it makes a mockery of decency and common sense. Take the matter of adultery, as an example. Having found her husband in "flagrante delicto." the outraged wife immediately rushes off to the nearest attorney who files a bill of complaint alleging a specific act of adultery. More, she demands alimony pending litigation, permanent alimony, counsel fees, and anything else her ingenious lawyer can think of to harass the hapless husband. Law it Illogical When the case finally comes up for a hearing on its merits, the husband, while conceding the infidelity, stoutly protests that he did so because his wife was frigid. Or because she was a chronic nag. Or because she was insufferably dull. Now to the ordinary person of common sense, such a defense makes impeccable logic. Plainly, it was the wife who by her behavior goaded the husmand into the commission of the act. But does the law take cognizance of such a defense* Of course not. On the contrary, when it comes to matters of divorce, the law is strangelyabsurd and illogical. It consistently confuses symptoms with causes, and causes with effects. In a word, it is not concerned with basic justice, ait should be. since divorce courts presumably operate under the guise of "equity." Thus, the defense that the wife inspired the adultery or by her own behavior drove her husband into the arms of another woman, is no defense at all. Nor. surprisingly enough, is it a defense if the' husband produces uncontradictory evidence that the wife also committed adultery. In such a case, the, law blandly gets rid of the problem by declaring that: neither party is entitled to relief. One would think that where both parties are guilty, the law would be the first to say that the marriage has lost its usefulness and that the best interests of society would be served by legally terminating the marriage. But no. This would be too' sensible. Long Delayed Step Instead, having determined that the marriage has deteriorated to the point where both parties have j obviously lost interest in each other, the law insists j that they maintain the fiction of husband and wife. And what is true of adultery is equally true of all other grounds for divorce. As I say. the Methodists have now abandoned a doctrine that was never in accord with the facts. Now eligibility for remarriage in the Methodist Mt. Nebo Cemetery presented this memorial to servicemen of the Jewish faith who made the supreme sacrifice in special Memorial Day services at Mt. Nebo on Sunday. Participating were hundreds of families throughout Greater Miami. Stanley C. Myers (second from right), top Jewish community leader here and nationally, unveils the monument as Rabbi Alfred uZl fM,V?nKnSn?' 0n H T^" ": mproved a "'Waxman (left), spiritual leader of Temple Zion and chaplain of tudes and intentions. How the gentlemen of the .1 c i J rv f,. T %  u nr \r • — ******-: cloth are going to determine whether a persons at** FI da Z&SZ't&l^ZX^SSZ ^ ^ 7 titudes are improved I have no way of knowing. I Moms < 8econ <* fr m left >. "'ed* JWV official here, was m True, the new regulations call for extensive pre1 charge f ceremon al arrangements. marital counseling, which is all to the good. But by] ——• whom it does not say. All it says, I gather, is that a person may be remarried "if sufficiently aware of the factors leading to the failure of the previous marriage." But again awareness of itself is not enough. One can be aware of the reasons for alcoholism, gambling or kleptomania without doing anything about it. But at least the Methodists are taking a longdelayed step in the right direction. They are making progress. And for this they deserve the plaudits of all enlightened men and women Service Will Honor Students Mr. Kling it available for private marrimme counseling %  f the Huntingfon Medical bldg., i. Miami ADL Offkiel Praises Pope John's 'Inspiring Role' KIAMESHA LAKE. N. Y-(JTA) Pope John XXIII 1playing, 'an inspired role" in bringing about


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Friday, June 3. 1960 *• Jewish fkridictn Page 5-B JNF Council Installs Officers Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spinI tual leader of North Shore Jewish Center, has been reelected president for a new term of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Other officers named at a recent Saxony hotel meeting include Johan L. Berman, Jacob C. Fishman and Sol Goldman, vice presidents; Sam Schachno, financial secretary; Mrs. Jacob C. Davis, recording secretary; Benjamin Appell, treasurer; and Al Sherman, comptroller. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the nominating committee, praised the newly elected officers, and served as installing officer for Rabbi Ab! ramowiU, who shortly leaves for a trip to Israel. Guest of honor was Arthru Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Entertainment was by Rose Rosamond. Kling Attends Seminar Samuel G. Kling, marriage counselor and columnist for The Jewish Kloridian, last week attended a .tyo-day seminar on marriage and family problems held under the auspices of the. Inter-Professional Family Council. The seminar I was conducted by ouistan(fing"psy; chiatrists, judges, and marriage ^counselors in Tampa. NOW! JNF Council Lists Gifts to Workers At a'recent meeting attended by some 300 persons. Dr. Zev Kogen, executive director of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, presented awards of merit for "outstanding service and achievement to dedicated leaders and workers who spared no effort and sacrifice in furthering Jewish National Fund accomplishment during the past year." Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz, president of the JNF Council, was presented with a four-volume set of the works of Chaim Nachman Bialik as a Bon Voyage gift prior to departure for Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Johan L. Berman were inscribed in the Jewish National Fund Golden Book in honor of their 10th wedding anniversary and in recognition of their "outstanding labors on behalf of Jewish National Fund." Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Tag Day "chairman, was honored with an illustrated Israeli Haggadah. Also honored with Haggadahs for their participation in the Tag Day drives were Mrs. Louis Marcus, of Pionwr .Woaaen CUib 2. who Newly-elected officers of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami are (left to right) Sol Godman, vice president; Dr. Zev Kogan, executive director; Mrs. Jacob Davis, recording secretary; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president; Al Sherman, comptroller; Danie Broad, honorary life president; Sam Schachno, financial secretary. Not shown are Jacob Fishman, vice president, Johan Berman, vice president, and Benjamin Appel, treasurer. Judge Friedman in Talk Judge Milton Friedman, president-elect of B'nai B'rith Grand Lodge 5, will be guest speaker at a meeting Tuesday of Miami Beach Lodge in the DiLido hotel. Lodge president is Herbert Heiken. Gershon Miller is luncheon chairman. „ ecutive heard "served the organibroulht in the most money collectzation far beyond the call of duty .. • %  -%  _*J • _* %  A*. A ft" Wie Jewish National Fund presents awards to (left to right) Sol Goldman, Mrs. Louis Marcus, Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Not shown are Mr. and Mr*. Johan L. Berman. Tifereth Israel Card Party Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold a card party and social evening at the Center on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Baida In Second Term Mrs. Louis Baida has been reelected for a second term as president of the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Congregation. New Increases Listed in Savings For the 25in consecutive month, the 109 savings and loan associations in Florida showed a monthly increase in savings over that of the preceding year. Savings in April increased by $40,962,000. which was $3,958,000 greater than April last year. Carl F. Dis]lelhorst, executive vice president of the Florida Savings and Loan League, in releasing this information said that for the first four months of I960 savings increased by $116,767,000 compared with $107,752,000 for the same period last year. Total savings in these savings and loan associations have reached an all time high Of $2,622,019,000. KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF for delicious magic-easy meals! Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashnrth | During April, a total of $53,000.Also elected were Mrs. Samuel ooO in home loans was closed, J&.VS SBSWSUS \ Si A Sr^STpiJS I Kaplan and Mrs. Morns B. 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Page 6-B + kist Fkrkttan Friday, June 3. I960 f 2243 Keystone blvd., No. Miami. announce the marriage of their daughter, Joan Barbara, to l)r SOWeyStuart Needell*t>ti Sunday May 22, at the Carillon hotel. Dr. Needell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Needell, of Mor" ristown, N.J. Mrs. Needell is a graduate of Irvington High School and the University of Miami. Dr. Needell is a graduate of (he University of Virginia and the University of Virginia medical school. He is senior resident in psychiatry at Jackson Memorial Hospital and will enter private practice in July. Dr. Mervin Needell, brother of the groom, was best man. Mrs. Barney Asarnow was matron of honor. Miss Belle Gold in and Miss Sandra Friedlander were bridesmaids, and Barry Rose, Dr. Richard Litt and Dr. Wallace Graves served as ushers. The couple will live in Coral Gables. Werner-Kahn HUtS. NfMtr NEVEfTMAN Beach BB Council Meeting Regular meeting of the Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith i Women will be held at the Johmna hotel on Monday evening. Mrs. Sam Belsky is president. Fashion Show Slated Tuesday Fashion show will highlight the program of a donor luncheon of Beth Israel Sisterhood at the Coronet hotel on Tuesday noon. Entertainment will include Ronold Sweetz. internationally known accordionist, who won the world's championship as United States representative in contests held in Europe. Mrs. Alexander Moscovits is program chairman, and Mrs. Harry N. Schwartz is donor and fund-raising chairman. Mrs. George Hechter is president. Beth [moth Rummage Sole Beth Emeth Sisterhood is holding a rummage sale through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Sinclair station. 54th st. and 29th ave. J 10 Yoars Ago This Week Vienna: A plan to erect a Herd monument in Vienna appeared to have collapsed this week: when the Zionist parties refused to support it. The Zionist contended that the "International H e r x 1 Monument Committee" included anti-Zionists and even a few converts to Christianity. MIAMI'S NEWEST ANTIQUE SHOP itictucs 3460 MAIN HIGHWAY COCONUT GROVE Ph. HI 5-3322 Choice Selection of: FINE PORCELAIN GLASS SILVER FURNITURE COPPER & BRASS Grace Levison Ruth Laufer VV"W^*VV*V* V^V' V*V*V^V*^* l V i ^'"V^V*V 1 V* ,, V W*V** HOTEL At 24th ST., MIAMI IEACN TRAVMORE \ WrlU X For % In" 1 "' ranting On Kremises V X • Cocktail Loungi pn .ailinq rot-' Phone 1 130 to S P.M. MIAMI WHOLESALE CORPORATION Mondays thro Fridays 127 N.E. 9th St. n 3-1737 PARKINS ORGAN MUSIC FOR YOUR WEDDING CEREMONY%  y JOSEPH SCHREI8MAN and his Portable Organ FR 1-6387 JE 2-238 MJGUST BROS nyi IS t hitit SI (jul/u \ ms h MR HERMAN 928 LINCOLN ROAD MIAM BEACH



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~ Page 8-B Jewish. fhriafMann Friday, June 3, I960 GEMS OF WISDOM At SitlUI. CUA UMU l/lf ginnm. Israel the bride. Torah the marriage Cafe, and Mates the best man. H.iknnii • • • The, tu nlj ..thai unf *> to -be %  created were there So did the >age\ oj all We'll frali oils receive their wisdoaa from Sinai. —Exodus. • Trit Torah was given publicly in the Wlldernttt, in no man's land. so that Jews may not M> to Other*, "you Rave BO share in it." Anyone Wishing in accept it ii welcome to it.. Mekiha. • The voice t'iat .sounded at Sinai U'a.s never silenced. Steinberg. • • • Wh4l is tlif meaning o/ Sinai.' The maintain oil ic/iu/i "small" ("hostility") toward idolatry descended. Talmud. • • The object 0/ the U'hole Torah IS tnat man ihould become a Torah himself. Ba.t! Shcin. • • • Thou hast /ai ored US With a liiiv 0/ loring-^mdness and made. Irnoui to in preceptl 0/ truth ... to guide iu in the paths 0/ equity ... to pUTtfy our souls from the dross 0/ daily desires to redeem our spirits from the temporal shackles of this world. — Bahya. • • The low at a whole is not the means to an end but the end in it.sel/. the law is active religious* MSI and 111 OCttVe religion lies what is specifically Jewish. Ginzberg Mil.. rew C_o m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Michael, .. n of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedman. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Mariua Raneon. Cantor Sherwin Levine. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON OREOATION. 1150 W. 68th at.. Hialeah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Friday H:|j p.m. Si'inmn: "JuilalHiivA Way to OOO and a Way to lltlong." %  • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 24VJ0 Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cehen. l-"ililay :.10 p m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Confirmation Sunday 1 p.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiald. Cantor Abraham Self. Friday .:i i>.m. Saturday s-.zn a.m Sermon: "Carrylnc the Mantle "f Life." liar .Mltavah .Robert, son of Mr. and Mm. lock Bhevlln. • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herschell Savllle. Cantor Joseph Salzman. K>i.1.iv .; || p.n Raturday ;i a.m.-s.-inion: "True" to l.if'-." MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipahitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Klrschenbaum. %  Iday I so p MI Sal irday n-.v, | m Poat-Bar Mitivah etadeota to be hon-I ored. iiwifpniiiWiiiim'MH*ni,iM..m!!!i!'nii!,n:mt'''i"niii. ". ..,.-^m TALES OF MORALS The wiley fox once passed an i orchard full of fruit, He gazed I longingly but could not affect an I entrance into the orchard because of the fence which surrounded it. 1 Suddenly he beheld a small hale.' Unfortunately, his body teas bigI get than the hole. The fox determined to enter bv reaolving lo fd.vi three day\ and mjMt.< himselj it^nny. At the end of the three days lie puahad hii starved body through I the aperture and proceeded t;> en< I joy the fruit of the orchard. Alter : a period of feasting, it dau'iied on him that the owner of the orchiiij U'ould Man appear, and it u'ould I he much u'iser to malie his presence %  COTce, He tried to leave the or~< chard by the same aperture, but I found himself unable to because 0/ the weight he had gained. He proceeded to starve himself once more, squeezed through the hole in the fence, and made his >s..ipe. As he left the orchard, he suddenly contemplated the situation .and said to himself: "What have I gained'" MORAL: Empty-handed we en* ter this uiorld. and empty-handed j \ we leate it. iir '" %  mttiiraii. lHaMaj NORTH DADE CENTER. 1S6S0 W Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Cantor Morria Ber; ger. Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Are .Ten Commandmenta BmniKir.'" saiunias '• a.m. Mar Mltavah Steven, eon at .\ii and Mrs. Murray Boater: Norman, son I of Mr and Mm. Jerome Shank.' —•— NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 6:A p.m. Sntnaday • %  a m, Unc Mltavah: Martin, mm of Mrs. Mildred Dunne; ii.njamin. won ,,r MI. and Mm. William Sialoff. Sermon: "Weekly Portion. fOUTHWEST'cENTKR. 6438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday H:i:i p.m. Sermon: "Hlea-ona of Community sininit." Bnturdaj I a.m. liar Mltxiah ..1 Min.ha: Marvin ,|],'i'i' y H am ** Mv *' 1 '"" T 5on^ E C. P i::" '^URUN. .bh. v.'.' 1 '!-. S pm %  '"nlfled BldaT.. 23ml ,, ;i.. 7IM ".' Bermon: -The iteaponHlblHt) of Leadership." on.-g Rhahbal hoau: Mr and Mra. Kdwurd ru.-i in nonor or the a|ipi,,aihinK mairiaaej ol their daughter, Barbara. Saturday „T t\,? ETH *" %  MS0 N Kendall or s Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbeat Baumgard. Cantor Charlee Kodner TEMPLE BETH BL. 1645 Polk at. HoUywood. Reform. Rabbi Sam". %  11 m. T 1 M O P H LE ,T5 E I H SHO '-EM of Holly S!SSi 725 M 0n 0 • • Conaerv.tive 8SrMsr ,,a L#r,r C an,or %  """ daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ja.-ob Shulman. Saturday 9 a.m. Har Mltavah! Michael, son of Mrs. Martha Shore, • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase •ve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb Cantor Oavlo Ccnvlagr. — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Grossberg. TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lahrman. Cantor larael Reich. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Hth St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Canter Jacob Bernstein Friday Kir, p.m. Saturday 1" .1 m, Confirmation nervleej. a TEMPLE JUDEA. 340 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday x;ir> p.m. Sermon: "Seif-i-ni. rilimeiit Through Leautarahlp." Rpeak* era: TIMen I'orenMuni, preeldt-nt of Temple Mis Maurtee Wallorf. piesidenl of Hlaterhood; Mra. AI Merkoltz, PTA prealdent: and I'avid StelnbertTi preaMenl of Brotherhood. Saturdnj 10:111 am Har Ml'z\..li lr ln. win of Mr. an.i Mra Davle Ja i-olisoll TEMPLE NER TAMID.80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradl. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovits. Cantor Samuel Oomberg. Mdaj i 10 and IS p.m. Confirmal.i.n nervli-e Saturday (1:45 a.m. liar Mltzvah: Sanil.r. -on of Ml ind lira, J ick id IIIK: BOJ py, son of M md Mra Harry Blown. TEMPLE SINAI NoT~MIAMl. 12108 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benne M. Wallach. Iri.hii s r, p.m. Sermon: "W* -".ill Live by Ten. Nami reremons Nina %  i"v. infant daughter "f 1 ihd Mra, .iiiioni M ilreen. Saturday n a.m, Har Mltavah: William, mm of Mr in* Mm. Fred I'.wi.hes. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51 Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Fridaj |:M p,nti Saturday ? a.m Seft nion: "Coruponrnla of ihwhole Man." Kldduxh ho>U: Mr. ind .Mrs. Steven Clam-e. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th it Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jaccb Golorarb. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N Miami ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence Cantor Albert Gisntz. 1'ii'lay 8:30 p.m. Nathan R.u.enberg will rondiu t wrvli'i Saturday H a.m. R< v Ed Btooa to offh tate TOSAH TEMPLE. 1294 West ave. Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Csssel. VOUMO ISRASL. tW NE 171st it Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 1:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a_m. Sef mon: TIIIHIK of the Sk>." ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER ** %  mera ave. Conservative. Rabbi %  • Leon Hurwiti. Canter Mover Olsser. i-iidav 7:48 p.m. Confirmation nrrviee. Saturday H:t.i a.m Mlnchn F'jir Mltavah: Harry, on of Mr. and MrH. Isidore L, VUhkulf. CANDLEUGHTING TIM 8 Sivan — 6:52 p-m.



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Friday, June 3, 1960 *Je*lstirk)rk/ia,< Pag 9-i "Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian. A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to eacn mother of a Bar or Bas AAitzvah if requested a month in advance Norman Rabin Bar Mitzvah of Norman Rubin will take place Saturday morning. June 4, at Temple Emanu-El, with Rabbi Jrving Lehrman officiating. Norman is the son of Mrs. Charlotte Rabin. A student in seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High, he attends Temple Emanu-El relig| Larry Kupfer on Saturday mornling, June 4. Rabbi David Herson will officiate. Larry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kupfer, 55 NE 123rd st. A student at North Miami Junior High, he attends Beth Emeth religious school. • • Robert Sugarman Robert Sugarman will become Bar Mitzvah during the Saturday morning services, June 4, at Temple Zion, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Robert is the son of Mr. and Section of the record graduating high school mencement exercises are Friday mornina at class at Oxford-School, Miami Beach. ComOxford's auditorium. STANUf NORMAN Mrs. Sidney Sugarman and the grandson of J. W. Sugarman, GrdCltKlte ReCOrd Oxford ClOSS Springfield, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shear, Miami. Guests at the Bar Mitzvah will include his grandparents and aunt, Miss Pauline Bleichman, of New York. iitwni LAW ious school, is a member of the Boy Sccuts, and plays clarinet. Reception will be held in Norman's honor Saturday afternoon at the Algiers hotel. Out-of-town guests attending will include Dr. and Mrs. Albert Winner, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. William Gersten. and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gersten, all of Chicago. • • • Martin Dunrwr Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Martin Dunner on Saturday morning, June 4; at North Shore Jewish Center. Martin is the son of Mrs. Mildred Dunn, 7028 Rue Bordeaux. He is a student in the religious school of the Center, and attends Nautilus Junior High. Larry Kupfer Beth Emeth Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of WE Will MAKE TOUR CAR LOOK ; MW AGAIN WITH BLUE CORAL OR • SIMONIZ SaS $ 9 95 + Irwln Jacobson Temple Judea will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Irwln Jacobson on Saturday morning, June 4. Irwin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson. He has been a student at Temple Judea religious school for the past four years, and started in Sunday school seven years ago. He also attends the seventh grade at Kinloch Park Junior High. The Jacobsons will be hosts aj. Kiddush following the service. Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Herman Gottlieb will officiate. • • • Stanley Harris Saturday morning services, June 4, at Temple Emanu-El will include the Bar Mitzvah of Stanley Harvey Harris, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Stanley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harris. A student in seventh grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, he attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Kiddush will follow in Stanley's honor. Out-of-town guests will include Mrs. Joseph Himmelstein, of Baltimore, Md. • • Benjamin Staloff Bar Mitzvah of Benjamin Staloff will take place Saturday morning, June 4, at North Shore Jewish Center. Benjamin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Staloff, 9240 Byron ave. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. A student in the religious school of the Center, he also attends Nautilus Junior High. a a* a a • AT SAM TINDLIR'S AUTO WAXING STATION Cor. 13th ft NE. 2nd Aveaae • % %  eerie teen t • %  • free Hekaa A Po M eoff • •a PIMM Fit 4-157* .... 10 Years Ago This Week Shutdown: The Federation of Zionist groups of Lodz, formed shortly after the liberation of Poland to find and remove Jewish orphans from non-Jewish homes and send them to Israel, has been dissolved by the Polish authorities, it was learned this week in Vienna. FREE tfanultfn|--|ulrja yoanittari and boa to* custom* sndobsarr. Of Judaism. TOUR JEWISH HERITAGE" ft printed in English—an Inspiring booklet for •very home and every-, one in it. rot rm cart, send n quest to: Ray Kestor. Kraft Foods Compiny, 9? Park Avenue, New York 16, N. Y. "FOR THOSE WHO WANT WE BEST" Miracle Massage Salon "STREAMLINE YOUR FIGURE" SPECIALIZING IN BODY MASSAGING NOW OPEN Monday through Friday 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. Saturday, Sunday 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. 2373 CORAL WAY HI 4-1186 Oxford School will graduate its largest high school class of seniors. Commencement will take place on Friday morning in Oxford's auditorium, 1254 West ave. Thirty-one boys and girls will receive their high school diplomas. This marks a record in number of graduates for Oxford School since its first graduating class in May 1955, when one student was graduated. Oxford is now six years old. Among the cities and states repj resented in the graduating class j are Miami and Miami Beach, Bosi ton, Chicago, Detroit, Norfolk, New I I York City, Long Island, New Jerj : sey, Washington, D.C., Caracas, i |Venezuela, Colombia, and many; others. Among the colleges accepting Oxford students in the past and • present are University of Miami, I University of Florida, Florida George Sanders and Corinne Calvert (above) star in "Bluebeard's Ten Honeymoons," now playing at the Beach Theater. Holding forth at the Colony is "The Giant of Marathon," spectacular MGM release about ancient Greece, with Steve Reeves and Mylene Demongeot in the feature roles. State University, Stetson. Rollins, University of Alabama, Wisconsid, Barry, Penn State. Temple, Tdlane, Emory, Washington University, Georgetown University, Villanova, Adelphi, New York University, Long Island University, Brooklyn College. University of Bridgeport, and many others. Dr. Abraham M. Cassel. founder and headmaster of Oxford, will issue the diplomas to graduates, and Dean Louis A. Cassel will make the official presentations. Three students, honored for their excellence, will deliver talks on behalf of the graduating class, Barry Marlin, Gail Gold, and Rachel Farberoff. Following t h e commencement ceremony, parents, teachers and graduates will enjoy a reception given by Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Cas*sel and Dean and Mrs. Louis Cassel, in Oxford's bayfront gardens. RESERVE NOW HOTEL aWreed POOL•CABANAS M m ocna • ink stun, mm KACN. Phono UN 64)121 doily, per parsan, dbl. occ. — 35 Rooms *j-SC T. J.ry 1 •*CP JUtT J. AUGUST ADD $1 DART WITH 2 DELUXE MEALS NEW HEALTH at the Both* away all your ache* and pains due to tension and fatigue relieve arrhritis, rheumatism and high blood pressure. Superb bathhouse right in the hotel. Enjoy the new miracle temperature-controlled, twin-cascade swimming pools, patio, and sun decks hewn In the mountain side. 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Page 10-B +Je*istifhr*Ma*i Friday. June 3, i960 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl [ I Hal Pearl is on vacation this week. Labor Zionist to Spook Joseph -Shlossberg, national chairman of the Labor Zionist Movement, will be guest speaker at a Shavuoth celebration sponsored by the David Pinski Folk School on Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben .yomen, 1800 Michigan ave. Louis Lasavin will discuss "Book of Ruth." Max Astor will be heard in readings from Sholem Aleichem. LEGAL NOTICE Senior Citizens Assn. at recent installation ceremonies at the Algiers hotel. Left to right ire Ben Sine. Hon. Ted David, Louis Shafkin, -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, Walter Lebowitz, Cantor Maurice Mamches, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Heller, Judge Malvin Englander, installing officer, and Mary Applebaum. LEGAL NOTICE effrey Hunter and Constance Towers romantically teamed in "Sergeant Rutledge," director John Ford's suspense-packed tale of post-Civil War days .now at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. — OUR SPECIALTY — NICE, THICK, JUICY PRIME RIBS OF BEEF *3.95 -AMD THE Vr MJT IM TOWM 9ANQUIT fACIUTHS Candlelight Inn 1111 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grova HENRY LEITSON, Mgr. J lerseif family Trose im .lories \ ON 79th ST. CAUSEWAY IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49742-C IN RE: Estate of HORATIO JOSEPH Ml SCAT, .ii.-ii known a* HORATIO J. MUSCAT, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T. F.l.nlSA HART Mll.l.l.u. Aa Executrix of the \M-\ Will and Testament or iii>r.itio Joseph Muscat, also known aa Horatio J. Muscat, deceased, c/o Elrv Stone, 1010 Cnngree* Bids., Miami, Flu. EI.RY STONE Attorney for Executrix 6.1-10-17-24 SUMMER POLICY OPEN from 4 to 9 p.m. FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS end AU HOLIDAYS ONLY CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Air<**4. 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A Sabbath Observed Maah,^ J^., .. e,..^, Sah and Sugar Free Diet* Uaa-e, ..a" Mat,, *Zi7tt mmTgoVS, X^ JS? fUtOPIAN MAN $3 P., Day Per •>„,, WRITE OR CALL DIRECT: ABE GEFTER JE 4-2141 On Tha Qcaan Front at 20th Strait, Miami B-WARI> W. RYAN deCeased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the mumIn their office* In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar im.milfrom the dale of the first pUDItcatlon hereof, or the name will be barred. ARTIU'R O. OOTTMEB, Attorne> for Administrator, EH Ward lt\ an. ARTIU'R . I lecessed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors : %  ml All Person* Harnj claim* <>r Deniands Againi*t s.iui E -i.i i. Vim are hereby notified and requlred to presenl any claims and deiiKiiniWhich you may nave aaalnal ih,. esUte of HANNAH I;I:I:I:Nw.M.li deceased late of Dade County, Florida., in the County Judaea of Dane County, and tile In* same In their offices l"n the County Courhouee "i Dade County, Florida, within elulu calendar months from (he date of the firht I publication hereof, or the same will be barred KI.IZAHKTH ROSNliR lll.ANi'lll". SLA il'NK'K i N MORFU8, Attorney >U limraham Kldg. Mia nil. Florida •/3-10-17-M CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF •FLORIDA TO Al,i. TO WHOM THESE PRESKNTS SHAM, COME, tlREFmNUH: Whereas. I.KON A. BPBTEIN, MIAMI, F'iXRII'A: IRWIN B, KOTT. MIAMI. F*UORIT>A: MARIF: B. KA7* HAIBEt, MIAMI, FLORIDA: HUNKSTINE <' BBBRT, MIAMI. F'MHtlDA did on the L'fith day of June, A.D. .!tr.O, cause to be Incorporated under the provision* of Chapter 6o\ I'lorlda Statute-. K E N DA L L FAIIRICS CORP.. a corporation, with ita prinClpal place of litixineK* at MIAMI. DADE col'NTY. In the State of F'loiIda, and wherean the propel officers of Mich I'lirjiorntlon did on the 4th daj of March. A.D. ISM, cuuxe M '" filed In the office of the Secretar> of State of the Sta-le of Florida, a Certificate of Amendment rlisnplns n> 001 Dorate name i" K T. CtjRP OF K KNDAM., and whereu* the stockholdei'i' of such 101 |iornt|i>ii did on the j::iii da) of Hay, AD. IM0. cause to infiled in the office of the Becretsrj of kttate of the Btate of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provlatons of said Chapter MS, Florida Statutes, showing the dlaaolutlou of such coriiorntlon. Now. tlierefoi e. (lie Seiretary of State does hereby corsef] to the fore%  olljl and I hat he l natlnfled that (he requirement* of law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Cleat Seal of the Btate of Florida, at Tallahaaaee, the Capital, thi* tin TWKNTY-THIRD day of MAT, A.D. 1M0. R. A. (1RAY, (Seal) Secretary of State. •7S/W LEGAL NOTICE "i>y the 'ft* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT ol FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. SOC 50SS W T SF.'RVILA SANCIIK7,, Plaintiff; .11 AN SANl'lira. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JI'AN SANl'lira 77.-, B 166 Street Bronx, New York You .MAN SANCHEZ are h,, i,„ notified that a Kill of ComnlnIn[ .?.! I'ivmVf tfaa been fil.-d aWlni-i and you are required to Serve i of your Answer or I'leadinc i, Hill of Complaint on ih,. Dial, Attorney, MII.LICFINT I.IVSO li:i.l B, Sll InduatrlHl National |:*na liulldli.K. Miami. Florida and file thi oriicinal An*w,-r or Pleadlns In the nf fire of the Clerk of the Circuit r,„ (r | on or before the r.lli day of Ju|\. p, w If you fall to do wi, judement lo ,i,' fault will be taken attain*! y,,j, t ," Ihe relief demanded in the "Hill n f Complaint, This notice HIIIIII be publl*hed once each week for four eonsecutivv %  i.. In TIIK JEWISH FUORIDIAN DONR AND ORDF:RED RI Florida, tiii* lal day of June \ u' IK0. 10 B LEATHERMAN, .|. Circuit Court, I lade < tounty i ; He al ) Ly. K M I.Y.MAN. Depute Cii i li Mii.i ICBNT iii! \ss PBU.F: .ill Industrial Nat'l. Itank Hide Miami. PI IS Attorney for Plaintiff 1/1-10-17-34 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVFIN licit the underabjned, deslrine lo em business under Hie flclllious naiia Mi:i.s FVRNITl'RB RKFINISIII \,; at IS60 N.W. 71h Place. Miami Ini n.l* lo reglHier aaid name lih the Cle>k of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv F'lorldn. MIOLVIN QIPffON, Sol,owner M\l!\ FA UK I! Attorney for Applicant Congreas BldK. B/1.1-;o-CT 471 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undeisiened. dcsirlna to enaaze in biisioess under the fictltiou* name nf I.M'I.K HARRYS BARGAINS at ir,i) N.W. L'71h Avenue. Miami. Florida, and Intends to reelster aaid name with the tlerk of the Circuit Conn of I iadc I 'oiint \. Florida. BII.I.IF: O. EBCHBNBAi'M. Side Owner RICHARD AI.TSHCI.KI! Attorney for Applicant 6/S-1NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVI.N the undeisittiied. desli ine to enea liiiHines* under the fictitious nan MKRRII.L MANCFACTI'RINC al IIM N W. 27th Avenue. M F'lorldn. and intend* to reajlste name with the Clerk of the Court of Dude County, F'lorlda HARRY J. EICHBNBAl'M Sole < inner RICHARD ALTSllii.Kii Attornej for Apidlcanr•ys-pi., i ail 17-34 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 49113-B IN RE Estate of BERNARD WBINNTOCK I ii*eea*ed. '' NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Per* Hainie claim* or Demand* Against Said Elstata: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims ami tiemainis which you mav have asalnst the estate of BERNARD WEINSTOCK deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the *ame In their offices Iii the County Courthoune in l>ade County. Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the flr*t publication hereof, or the name will be barred. HRI,EN WEINSTOCK, ICxecitltix of Ksl.'ltr NEON A. EPSTF:TN. Attorney I 420 Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Florida 6 ::-in-i7-84 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE' No. 49755-C IN RE: Bstate of LILLIAN MABF:i. CRAKi, I ii-i eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Person* Hini: I'lalma or Demands Against Sld Bststa: You are hereby notified Mid J* quired to pteaent any claims anil demands which vou mai have attain*! the eslale of LILLIAN MABBU CRAKi decenaed late of Dad* Coustj, Florida, to the County Judges ol [>d County, and file the same in thur office* In Ihe Countv Coiirlhimi" in thde Countv, Florida. Hun • %  "'"' Calendar month* from the dale "' the flrat publlcallon hereof or mo same will he barred. LILLIAN M F'AX'iN Kxeriilna HARRY IHIISI:N. Attorne> Rlaaayne Building Miami g Hoar M: ,M i iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of FLORIOA IN AND FOR D*? E COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Ne. 00C 4940 M SHY N (JODDBN. Plaintiff OBR v i .1 i GOLDEN,' I 'efetidanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION vur. ciatAi.o .i coi.niA :< "' %  Place. While Plain*, N,w \', ,.' nnilfled to serve a r'H > ',' answer to the Divorce Complali on 1'iaintiff* attorney, Harr> '' %  %  '•*'"• iil-.aMic Bulldlni, M ami. M" r Ida. ami file orlglmil with I lert of this Court on or l-fore July I, l"". olher I'omplaint Mill be confenaed "> \ oil DATKD May U, l" „ „..,„ '• V,AN ; nm-.da •'""" ""If 'v,'"'! YMAN



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Friday, June 3. I960 +Jewist ftoridfon Page 1I-B LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 90C 4983 JOY li. 8HARKEY, Plaintiff, Bl'OFauLf. MIAmUliA,,, Pefernfaiit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Bl flENE P. sil.\ RKI %  : Y Petersburg Ho Peti i • burs. Virginia viir \i:i". NOTIFIED thltl a Complaint for Divoro* ha* bean rii*i HKalnft you In the Clrcull Courl ol Hi, Eleventh Judicial Circuit In ami I for I iad< i 'ount). i-""i Ida, Chancer> [cauar N. ••"' i' ,s:; >•> .mv it. SHAHLKHY, ami you are hereby required to laerve a ropy of your Anawer thereto on AlA'lN s '\w.v. Plaintlffa At* [torney el On* Lincoln Komi Itullrllnu, ] MlHin'l BeaCh, Florida, anil file tintiiiuinai Anawer In the office of the [clerk ol the cir.uit Courl on or before July •".. i'"' 1 otberwl** aald Com[plain) mil be taken aa oon f a a aad by you. Dated May L'T. ll"".. „ I-: B. NBATHERMAK, Clerk. Clrcull Court, Dad* County, F'lorlda |*geal) Bj l II. KICK. .IK, Deputy clerk 6/3-10-17-^4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. eOC 509 MAItY HI'BERT, Plaint Iff, V*. HBRMAN HI'BERT, Defendanti NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: MKKMAN Hl'BFTRT Addreaa: I'nknown Toe ARE HEREBY NOTIMKI • that a cult for divorce hn's been filed aaainst you and you are required to aerv* %  copy or your answer or plead' Ins to Hie Hill of Complaint on th. Plaintiff* attorney. J. DAVID UBH; WAN. M Si:. F'lr-t Avenue, Miami, Florida and file th. original In the office ol th. clerk of the Circuit Court OB or before the r.th day of July; otherwise the aleratlon* of aald Bill of Complaint will D* taken al confessed by win. s Dated till* 1st day of June A.D., E 1! I.F'.ATIIF'.P.MAN. Clerk. Circuit CtMrt, Dude County, F'lorlda (Ma |) l-.v K M I.YNfAN. Deputy Clerk .1 DAVID I.IKP.MAN Attorn*) for the Plalnlirf HI SI'. F'irat Avenue M1 '"' K1 ,i,l: fJB.lt.lT-M NOTICE OF INTENTION NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN. thai I AI-C.IST1S W. Alt.MSTKoM',. a' k %  CIS ABM8TROKO, who ni convicted In the Criminal < ourt or Rcpr.-. umber, IMS. or the off.ti.-.ol being an acceaaory.before the fact t" the crime or assault arttn Intent to ommlt u-raml lar. ny, ami sentenced theretoi to two and onehalf i-i',1 >ear, will npt>l> lor a par* Son to th. state Board ol Pardona, Taiiahass.-. Florida), at It* next raru tai meeting on s.-picuib.-i Mh iMO. •CH'STI'S \V ARMSTRONO, Applicant HYMAN P. i.AI.IU'T Attorney for Applicant till Fifth Street Miami I'.ea.h, n.olila ui NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKKKDV GIVEN that the under(mVd, dealrina to enaaKc In buelnea* under Ihe f, ;,l ;"'; u 11 l !'",''^ Of FLORIDA'S FINKST. P MDF. Or Kl.ttKIDA: K ft M CANDY CO., at S W lth Rtreel Int.mlto reglater said names with Ihe Clerk "f the fi .it Courl of Dade County. loiI.AIHA I.F.K CANDIKS. INC i: I,,*, oh AltMchuller. Prealdenl fCOl \I:P, ft MANNIIKIMIK Attorney* lor l.aura i.e.Candle*, Inc I 3 lii-l, -Jl vmnv LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage iti imslni'ss undei the ficllttoua nan., ol DURA III,K F'l.te'K CtlVKRINO COMI'.'NY mot Inc.) at 18*04 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami, I'la., int. nils to r. m %  Id na ni.a iih th.i 'lerk c.r the Clrcull Court of Da.i.County, Florida. HAMCEL T LEVY, Hole Ownei It RNRY < K \Ml\ M'OI I,, v 1834 Washington Avenue .Miami i a a, o .;.., ia/riua ..".'"--'7. i/?.-10 NOTICE UNDER FICIlllOUo NM,t L.AW NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN thai the ufldendgnedi dealrinii to *n|ti bualneaa under the Ifctitiona ni ol M.l.-l''l.i>KIDA COI-I-ECTION M;I:.NCY at P.O. Bos No H-IM, North Miami, Florida Intend* to renter aald name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court .,r Dade County, Florida ORVIM.E HOHWARTZ, Hole Own.i HENRY A KAMI', Attorney 1124 Washington A\*eini.Miami Beach St, Florida l/tt-sT, IA-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREKY OIVEN that the iin-l.-i siy n.il, desirine to engaae In business under Ihe fictitious, name of JOAN-TKKRY CRKATIONfl at M W. 4f.th Street, Miami Beach Intend o reaist.-r sal.I name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bad* County, Florida, JOAN DliCCKKK % %  % %  TERRT RCBIN r.0% DAVID DRUCKER ,\-ttorue\ for Aoi.li. ants :I10 Rlacayne Bldg. B/tO'tT, /s-m LEGAL NOTirC NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 34*9 %¡ RACE MARTINI, Plaintiff, ANTHONY MARTINI. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ANTHONY MARTINI filL' Tenth Asenue, Sun Mateo, California You. ANTHONY .MARTINI. are hereby notified that a Bill bl Conplaint for Divorce has been riled agalnat you, and you are required to serve n copy of your Answer or Pleading to Ihe Hill of Complaint on tliplaintlffs Attorney, LAWRENCE I. HOLLANDER, Suite 103, 1090 Northeast 7:uh sti.-.t. Miami 18, Florida, and fibthe original Anawer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before Ihe 20th ilav of June, 19CU. if you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken agalnal you for the reflel demanded in ihe Bill of Complain! Tliis notice shall I., published once each week for lour conaecutlve week* In THE .IKWISII I-'I.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this lit* daj ot May, A.D. IM0,' R R I.I:ATHI:I:MAN .Clerk. Clrcull Court. Da.le County. Florida (aaal) By: N M. I.YMAN. I i.piitv clerk LAWRENCE l lloi.l.ANDi:i: Suite :'":. 10*8 N.B. fttb St. Miami 18, l-'la I'l.a7.a 7-:'.CI attorney for Plaintiff :. jn-iT. r.'.l-ir> LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirine to encase In business under the fictitious name Ol CAMBLOT REALTY at 1102 CongreeBlda.. Miami. Fta., Intend to regiater aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT N. COHEN IRVINfi WALTMAN Sole Owners B/U-20-2T, 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICKIS HEREBY OIVEN that the underaicned, deelrlng to einiuge In bualnen under the fictitious name of roRWtCK \\\\<>* ft WBIKI1ARD at i 400 N W 19th Street. Miami. l-'l..rula Inland to regiater sal.l name with the Cl. ik of the Circuit Court of Dade ('oiint%. I'lorlda. II!, ft \\\. INC.. a Florida ot potation B> / LEON KIT IN. Pre* Attest -tlv: s's ROSE KCTfN. Becty. FREDERICK K HCHBR S Atorn.yforP,a*W.. 6 tot. Wif/vl| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 0C 4349 Ail: 1\'\ KSTMKNTS. INC., a i'lorlda Corporation, Plaintiff, C,I:I:AI.II AI.FANO and .lOIINNIK LOl'IHE VLFANO, Ills wife, el al, I i.a'.-nil.ints. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Trv CHARLES M SMITH and IIKI.WOI.A SMITJI. hit !!. %  ,'.'V'V trai Ave., Newburan, New rork. 01 1 {• i.icnN and AYN IV LKION. his wife IMI Inn, Chatham, New York; you nn i by notified thai %  complaint for Ihe foreclosure of a mot aaae on Ihe followin-deacHbed property situat., in Da.i. County. Florida, "'i...! 1 SI FIRST A TI..N TO I'INK TREE I 4tE, ai.or.llni! to the I ,at the r recorded In Plal Hook IS, ai Page U of the Publti Record* M Dole County, Florida, ..... been Hied agulnal -ou ami other* in th. above ttyied i a i*e, ana yoti an.i ea.h ..r you are hereby required 1,1 s. : v. a copj ol your answer or oil,, i pleading to th Complaint upon plaintiff'* attornej I'laude H !" I*' :: %  %  : Calumel Bide.. Miami II, ^'" i,1:, f and file the original In th* office ol the Plerk ..f the Clrcul < oorl In "'i for Dade County, Florida, on o tM \:.\, 'th.. Ith day June, IMA t >-' fall to do so Judgment by "'/•""Jf,"} be taken agftlntt YOU for the reliet tided In the Complaint. ,i this l "tli door Ma>. i"'" i: B. LHATHERMAN. Clerk H curt ;:;,v U r.TMAN, t 6/ii-ioe NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 4643 LAWRENCE ZAPRUNE. I'laintitl. \ s. HEI.BN Z A FELINE. I left n.hint. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HELEN ZAPELINE n s'oplii.Snchek Morgan Drive Moraan. Pennsylvania You. IIKI.KN ZAPELINE. 'i. hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has i n rn.-.i agalnal rou, ami von are i-e.piiiv.I tP sen,H copy of your Answer or PlaaQlni to the Hill ol Complaint on the plaintiffs attOIn.-s. RICHMOND A WOLFSON, Eaat One Lincoln Road Hulldlnit. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original \nsw.i or H.-ailing In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or l.efor. the L'.ith (lip of June. I960. if you fail to do s.(. Judament by neiBUll will !"• taken aaint you for th. relief demanded in the Bill of i 'oniplalnl. This notice iha'l b* pttldlshe.l on.. ea.h week [ol four eonaecullv* week* In THE .IKWISII FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 16th day "f May. AD. B R LBATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County, Florida ,s,aii By: R RICK £R-, Deoutv Clerk RICHMOND & woi.'s.iN. Baqa. VMorneya for Plaintiff i o.. i incoln Road Building Miami It.ach NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the iin.l.i sii4iu .1. desirine to engage ii Inisln.sunder the llclltiouname ol ALLAPATTAH TEXACO SERVICE at 2X00 N.W. 17 Ave.. Miami 42. Da.le County, Florida intemls to reglatet said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court f Cade t'l.n't' Florida, ANDREW 0. SHIELDS, sol. owiel 8/10-17, s/3-io NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deairlru to engage In bualnea* under the fictitious name of LEEWARD INTERNATIONAL at lii'.i. N I-:. 7*th Street. Miami. Da.le County, Florida Intend to ref-latet aald name with the clerk of tile Circuit Court of Dad.County, I'lorlda. JBRRT BOOORAD ARTHI'R BHRHARDT BTANLEY BP8TEIN Attorney foi Jenj Begorad and Arthur Khrhnrdt : 13.10-27, 8/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that (he undersigned, desirim; to engage In business under the fictitious name of CL1PP9RSHIP CRCIRRB at P.O. Box V.-74S7 In the City of Miami, Florida intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami, Florida this 10th lay of May, 1060. Ci. W OC.RADY Sole Owner R/13-20-27, 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTI I IOUS NAME l AW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desirine to engage In i.usiiicss under th*' tlctltlous namv of CRBATIVB ARTS DIST. CO at IV-'I S.W. Kth Street, Miami. Florida intends to regiater aald name with the clerk of ii %  circuit CoUrt ot Daile ('..mil v, Florida. OI.ADYS K. JACOBS RBIOFL. T'T'"i M \ • %  KRT Attorneyfor f;iad\s K. Jacobs ... S'3-la NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKHY OIVEN thai the undersigned, d*eTrlna t" rni bualneas under the fictitious n ame % %  < TEL AVIV MAINTENANCE SERVICE at I'll' Lincoln ltd Ml i Bern ; > Int.nils to register aald name with the ci.ik ..r the circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. BF7RNARD Holl'.MAX WINCOR ,v CRKKNFIKI.D Attorneya for Applicant MO Lincoln Road. :, M-ST, fi/3-if IN THE COUNTY JUDOF'3 COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR'DA. IN PROBATE No. 49027-C IN RE: Batate of THOMAS HARDIMAN 1 I S, ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditor* and \u Perenn* Hayi.n: Claims ol Dcinands Agalnal BBFfl Batate: You ar* hereby notified and reoutr,.,l to pi .-sent an) da in*Bd l.inaiell.i. I, you may have aaalnat the •• ilnte of THOMAS HARDIMAN dI late of Dade County. Florida. ,„ ti„. Count) J'id*ra of fade ( nuntv. •>iid rile Hi' Ihelr on .iinlv Courl'.on-. :n I > i le I 'o.iniv Florida, "i'hin elahl calendnt months rrom th* dale of Ihe first 'pilhllcation her*Of, or UN same wil '"• 'VOKI'MD,' A HARDIMAN, Eaecutriv of Ratate of Thoma* Harmaaed. fW-HWARZ .\ ZINN \ i tort ,„ 1 BMB """i/iTri. •/.-!• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 4475 MOSFIS DEVRAITf and TERBSETA DBVBADX, a I. a TERESETA Di:\i'.Ars. his wiie. Plaintiffs. ci \IDI-: B, Z1EOLER. and ALICE l '/A i :<: I MR, his wife. elc. *l al. I>efeml:i nl I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Claude P. Rietrlei and .Mice I Heeler, his wife. If living and II d< %  their unknown heps, devl legatee-, or grantees, fi. Iv HecUel and Harriett H.ik. r. h's wife, if living and R dead their unknown heirs, devsees legate.OT LM". lit,.I'lvil'eS B, iiradv. and if married Brady, his wire, ir living and It dead their mkiiown heir* • aateea, ••, %  IT s; Hueh E Crillj .Ir and H married Crilly, Jr. his wife. If v ,n; and If -I '•(' 'Wo h.-lis. .levi-e.s. 'legatee* %  grantee* .lam.-I Brown, and II married Brow n. his wit".if li> In* n I U dead their unknown heirs. .I.vis.es. legalee*, or grantee* aaalanee*, rredltora, ..thepa' i '•" hether natural or corporate, claimln Intereat* bj tliioiiKh on.I. i i aald • %  artles defendant orolh.iuis also all persons hf%Yfh* ot claiming an\ Interests In the following des, M i i;,.. is i.-| n %  %  •.,,•. an' belnK ole County. Florida, to-wtt: "Tnict ^*. in thNW'i "' Section e oi. I'm-p 40 East, according to the Plat thereof i cor le.' in • 'i '• -.I, i a' i' > %  -' %  KV ot the Public Record* of Dade County. F'lorlda. Von and e.ich ol J .." ar. h.-r. b) i %  • %  llllrad to serve a cop, of yoUl ansW.r |fl the Cooiplaiii nlnliitlffs attorney Claune M Barnea, lumel I'.MK Miami, Florida. on or before the '-'"th da> of June. i and fit* tlooriginal i'i the office of the Clerk of B* Court, otherwise the allegations .i aald orwill I-la ed by \..II and ea.h of you. i this l-th da> ot May, 19*0. I> i:\THKRV1 V\ Cleric. Circuit Co County, Floi Ida (seal) Den'i'.v 1'Ierk. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 49611 IN I:I: Batate of .I'lSI'.CII I'ltAVKT I leccHsc.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'ers.ms Having Claims or I'.-ma nils Agalnal Said Batate; You are hereby notified and required to present any claim* and demand* which >ou maj have agalnal the estate ..r JOSEPH DRAVET dec eas.-.l tale ot Da.le County, Florida, to the Count) Judge* DI Dade Cottnty, and file the Hame ill their office* in the Count) Courthout* In Dade Coonty. Florida, within eiaht calendar months from tin.late ..f the rirst publication hereof, or the %  win b* barred I'AII, DR Win'. Adiiiinislralo! for the Batate of Joseph Drav.t. deceased. LOUIS R 1:1:1.1.1:1: Attorney rot Kr-t St., Miami Beach, l-'la :'"-•.'. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t.. angat* in bualnea* under the fle*ltlou* name nl JOEYS AI'TII SERVICE al 1090 N.E IBJrd Ktreet, North Miami Beach, FI* Intend* lo regiailer aald natni \. Mil the flel k of the •ircilll I '..II 1 id Dad. County. Florida. JOSEPH DICBRARR SAMIKI. It STM'K Attorney for Applicant 1761 Coral Way, Miami. Fla. '. ::-lf>-li IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA* IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, iw CHANCERY No. 60C 4492 PBDRO ORTIZ PlaintiM vCARMEN OONZAIJOS I 'efendanl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION yrvc. CARMEN 11' >NSS \ I !' %  '/ %  I \ VIVA, PiiricTso Rico are notified that a Complaint for Divorce has l>een filed agalnal \ PEDRO ORTIZ. ami yog are required to aerv* %  oopy .. .,, t osv. i ... .p.. I'..iiii.laiitt on Olno p Negrettl, 10 Congre** HulldIng, Miami. Florida. *nd fll* the original III Hi. Clerk'* Office on or before th* -'"th day of June. I960, If oil fall to do so a I !'!..-( 'oilwill be entered agalnal you. i %  t.-.i this llth da) of May, I960, A.D. F; IV i i: \nii'i: \i \ v Clerk, Circuit Court. Dad.c n>. Florida (s.-al) B) : K LVMV Deputy Clerk .". 98-J7, ii S-10 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewisti FI A. AII. too AlnaleBuilding, Miami Hi, F'lorlda .mi riie the original An*wer ..r PleadlUI in the office ..r the Clerk of tha Circuit Court on or before the 27th das ol June, 19*0, If you full lo do so. Judgment by default "III he taken %  i-! vou fur the relief demanded In th.Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for fow oon*ecutle weeks in Till-: JEWISH F'l.i'KIPIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Mlaatl, Florida, this |4th daj of May, A.D. I960, K. B. LBATHERMAN, C'.rk, Circuit Conn Dad..'..ontv F'lorlda (seall C W I. RBHM Deputy ('lerk AXCKI <> A Al I 4'Mi Alnaley liullding Miami U, 1'h.rld.i Attorney for Plaintiff •: '.-10-17 ATTENTION ATORNEYS! # OKVOH ATI O V OITFMTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at



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"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
fume 33 Number 23
Miami, Florida. Friday, June 3, 1960
Two Sections Price 204
Israel Rushes Indictment of Eichmann
FOREIGN MINISTER REPORTS
Collapse of Summit
Means New Tensions
v Middle East Arena
JSALEM (JTA) Mrs.
fMeir, Israel's Foreign Min-
poid the Israel Parliament
ne of the* most dangerous
lences" of the collapse bf
lit meeting in Paris may
low of armaments, in tre-
quantities, to Arab coun-
Brticularly to Egypt.
[_a flow of arms to Egypt'
, could result now despite
that "Egypt in no man-
eals the purpose for which
juiring arms." Moreover,
ed, the interlocking ten-
able Egypt to engage in
|ling maneuvers in both
era and Western blocs.
ccordance with the gov-
*"t basic principle, Mrs.
dared, "Israel will sup-
try step toward world
went, subject to effec-
continuing international
Until world die
under such conditions
ed, she asserted, "Is-
tinues to propose to all
neighbors complete reg-
armament under mut-
rols and inspection."
to the subject of the
lal blockade against Is-
pping and goods, and to
blacklisting of ships trad-
ing with Israel, Mrs. Meir told
Parliament that vthe time has,
perhaps, come to bring the whole
matter before appropriate United
Nations organs.
The Foreign Minister then re-
Continued on Page 2-A
GOLDA MHR
. rSfioeol diiarmament
Mrs. Meir Due in Miami
For 'Decade Award' June 9
WOMAN Of GREAT HUMANITY
PAGE 5 A
Greater Miami will open its arms to welcome one of the world's
great women leaders. Foreign Minister Golda Meir of Israel, at a din-
ner next Thursday evening, June 9, in the Fontainebleau hotel.
A capacity'crowd is expected to*-------------.--------------------------
join distinguished leaders of the
community at the' dinner, which
will be the occasion for presenta-
tion of the "Decade City" Award
to Miami by Israel.
The award, in recognition of
Miami'* extraordinary effort*
for Israel Bend* in the first ten
years of the existence of the
bond issue, will be accepted from
Mrs. Meir by Jack A. Cantor and
Samuel Oritt, general chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond committee.
Th presentation will be preceded
; by gay festivities marking the
i (."hag Habikurim offering of the
first fruits, as celebrated in Israel.
| Some 50 women leaders of Miami
! will take part in this ceremony.
A dramatic "Procession of Prog-
ress" will highlight the festivities.
Narrating this portion of the pro-
: gram will be Dr. Irving Lehrman.
of Temple Emanu-El.
The ceremony will feature spe-
cially prepared dance numbers by
the Sabras, outstanding young. Is-
rael-bom and trained dancers.
t
A 12th anniversary ceremony,
marking the beginning of Is-
rael's Bar Mitxvah year, will be
conducted by Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish, of Temple Beth Sholom.
Propose Javits
For GOP Veep
WASHINGTON(JTA )-Sen. Ja-
cob K. Javits, New York Republi-
can, was proposed by another
prominent Republican Senator
here for "serious consideration"
as the Republican candidate for
the United States Vice Presidency
on a ticket to be headed by Vice
President Richard M. Nixon. The
proposal was made by Sen. John
Sherman Cooper, of Kentucky.
Mr. Javit* should be nominat-
ed, siid the Kentucky Republi-
can, if Gov. Nelson A. Rocke-
feller refuses the Vice Presiden-
tial nomination, and if Sen. John
F. Kennedy is nominated, for
President by the Democrats. If
that were to be the line-up of
Presidential candidate*, M r.
Cooper maintained. Sen. Javits
could "bring New York into the
Republican column."
Nazi Leader in Windowless
Cell Being Guarded Against
Possible Suicide Attempt
By ELIAHUSALPETER
' JTA Bureau Chief in Israel
.JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel officials speeded preparation this
week M the indictment and trial of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi killer
who directed the extermination of European Jewry. The trial will be
held in Jerusalem.
Eichmann,, 5 eize d by Israel
agents in one of the true cloak
and dagger operations of the post-
war era, was closely guarded in a
windowless cell. Extra precautions
were being taken to make sure he
did not cheat a long-awaited jus-
tice by killing himself.
Formal work on preparation
of the indictment was started by
the special investigating group
named for the ta*k. Members
visited the Yad Vashem, the cen-
tral agency for documentation of
the extermination of European
Jewry, to collect basic informa-
tion. More material has been
sent to the group by the Haifa
Documentation Center which is
headed by Tuviah Friedman,
who devoted many years to the
task of tracing Eichmann.
The Israel Government Press
Office published an official ac-
count of the statements made by
Eichmann on bis activities beiween
the collapse of the Nazi regime in
1945 and his capture by Israel in-
telligence agents in recent weeks.
Eichmann, the report said, ex-
Continued on Page 11-A
Brought on Sub,
Report Indicates
VIENNA (JTA) Nazi Col.
Adolf Eichmann "was abducted
from Argentina in an Israeli U-
boat," the independent newspa-
per "Kronenzeitung" claimed this
this week. The newspaper assert-
ed that it had definite information
that Eichmann was arrestted by
Israeli security agents in Argen-
tina and taken to Israel on an Is-
raeli submarine.
Meanwhile the London Daily
Mail said this week that West Ger-*
man authorities had cooperated
with. Israel security forces in ef-
fecting the capture of Adolf Eich-
mann, the Nazi hangman who fs
now awaiting trial in Israel.
The newspaper, in a dispatch
from its Haifa correspondent, said
that the West Germans had coop-
erated with the Israelis in spread-
Continued on Page B-A
IRVING KAMI
. schedules' here
Republican observers here point-
ed out that a "chief function of
any Vice Presidential candidate
is to capture the electoral votes
Part of the presentation will in-: of his own state." Sen. Cooper no-
State Department Split
On Israel as Site of Trial
* NUREMBERG PROSECUTORS HAIL CAPTURE PAGE 3 A
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
WASHIGTON (JTA) The State Department is divided on at-
tempts by elements unfriendly to Israel to inject issues of extradition,
jurisdiction and other technicalities into arguments that Adolf Eich-
mann should not be made to stand trial in Israel.
Continued en Page 5 A
Continued en Page 3-A
ne to Speak at Federation Annual Meeting
King Kane, of Cleveland, O., president of the Council of Jewish
fttions and Wlfare Funds, will be principal speaker at the 22nd
dinner meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it was
ftced this week by Sam J. Heiman, Federation president.
.g, __________________--------------------------------------------------------------------------
yearly event will be held in
edallien room of the Ameri-
hotel on Thursday evening,
P6. A reception in Kane's hon-
precede the dinner.
ranking officer of the na-
tional organization, Kane will be
making hi* first appearance
here Is e speaker. He is former
president of the Jewish Commu-
nity ,Council of Cleveland, and
past vice president of Hie Jew-
ish Community Federation.
On the national Jewish scene,
Kane has been affiliated with a
number of institutions which have
played a major role in Jewish Ed-
ucation, welfare, and community
relations. He is a past chairman
of the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, trustee of
Union ofAmerican Hebrew Con-
Approaches have been made, it
was learrfed reliably, to the State Germany for trial or to release.
Department Wear Eastern Divis- njm lo som* .international tnbun-
ion Suggestions have been made ; a'-
that the United States urge Israel t^ D.p,rtm.t', German Dl-
to West vilion was npor1td to dtff.r
sharply with such suggestions,
and was understand to feel there
was no reason for American in-
tercession. It was pointed out
that West Germany and Israel
appeared in agreement on the
case. German Division officials
were understood to believe that
Israel had the same legal justi-
fication in the case* as did rh .
Nuremberg tribunal and other
war crimes courts convened af-
ter World War II.
i gregations, vice chairman of the
I Fellows of Brandeis University,
member of the National Council
! of the American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, and past as-
sociate chairman of the American
I Jewish Tercentenary.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
I tions and Welfare Funds is an asso-
ciation of 216 united Jewish fund-
Continued on Page 7-A
One official in the Department's
German Division, said there was
Continued on Page 6-A



Page 2-A
+Jewish flcrktian
Friday. June 3, I960
Collapse of Summit May Mean New Tensions
Republic President G.rn.1 goods or^ds^ for I-!- -tries"
Continued from P.B. 1 A Arab Republic President Gamal gooas or ,f%'~J,'i
Abdal Nasser and United Nations i( those good* had been sola i.
called that she had told the Knes- Se c r e a r y Dig Hammarskjold Haifa or were being brought to
s,t Laaj ^.nter^^t fcrael^ad rea-about arrangements .gndej >vrjich rael .j,jiu> .o^oed, by foreigner
son to believe there had been an'certain shipping could go through .._ ^-----------1.1.1
understanding between United the Suez Canal, carrying^Is. 1.I1
3f
Quoting Mr. Hmmrkiold'
recent statement to tho effect
that thtro was no agreement be-
tween him end Nasser on thi
point, the *teted: "I have not a
single word to edd or retract"
from the statement to tho Knes-
set thet she mar"? last winter. In
regard to suggestions by Mr.
Hammerskjotd that a "practical
solution" be sought for the Suez
problem, Mrs. FAeir warned
against "further concessions" to
Nasser.
Mrs. Meir pointed out that the
Soviet Union rejected Prime peace
Minister OevftKWOtii MJli'i *
posal to visit Russia's Prime
Minister Nikita Khrushchev. In
that reaction, she said "the last
sentence of the Soviet reply
stated that Russia wants friend-
ly relations with all Middle East-
ern countries If mutual aspira-
tions and mutual interest of that
kind exist. On Israel's part," she
asserted, "both aspiration and
interest exist."
political siege imposed against us
on the international scone," she
concluded. "However, so long aj
the Arab states believe ue have
not yet consolidate*"* out state-
hood, there can be no t a 1 k of
.^The turning point tow,rt
"TJeTce*~wTlT c*bme only when ;hey
come to accept our strength of of.
fensjjre, economic and political
power."
&&?*
Summing up .n tite foreign af-
fairs debate, Mrs. Meir said there
was "one negative, and one posi-
,, u^m live," factor, bear.ng on Israel's
She complained about the World t pohtict>\ situation. "The
Banks loan to the United Arab P clof.. snc s,ld .js thc
! Republic for widening the Suez GovernrneD,.s effort to crip-
Canal tiespite Israel s protest that f w,,g dcveIopinent... She
the Egyptians be first asked to ob- ..constructlve factor" in Is-
! serve international obligations and -consolidation of her posi-
United Nations resolutions re- Jhp fami, of natjonSi
! sarding freedom of p a s s a g e defensive
through the Can*! Nasser sa.d JJ^,/ w* as Increasing its.
Mrs. Meir. is continuing his -sub- s,"f'" .,__,,,_
v.rsne activities, particularly in economic strength.
Eleven teen-age clubs from the Beach Branch ol the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center pool the;' contribution? to
the Combined Jewish Appeal. Joel Ratrm friqht) presents a
check for S273 to CJA General chc'rmcn Harold Thurman as
William Su-:sman Heft), GMTCC Been Brcnch president, ar.d
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Dealing with Israel's relations
with Eastern Europe- Mrs. Meir
told Parliament that 'despite all
our efforts, tie Soviet Union has
no! permitted relations of sub-
stance with, us. The USSR has
hereby displayed a marked atti-
tude of discrimination, in contrast
with her policies of economic and
cultural relations with -all coun-
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Pag* 3-A
Nuremberg Prosecutors Hail Capture
LONDON (JTA) The chief
prosecutor at the Nuremberg war
crime trials said this week that
the capture of Adolf Eichmann was
"the successful conclusion" of a
long search in the interests of jus-
tice for the last major Nazi war
criminals still alive.
Lord Russell of Liverpool told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that "this man (Eichmann) should
be tried by a court for the many
crimes he is accused of having
committed. News of Eichmann's
arrest by Israel security forces
continued to be a major news item
in the British press today. A topic
of discussion everywhere was
where and how the Naii official
had been captured.
Hundreds of Jewish survivors
of the Nazi concentration camps
called the headquarters of Jew-
ish organizations in London and
valunteerod to testify against
Eichmann as the man who had
78 Youngsters Honored Here
Mr and Mr*. Jacob Rifkin, of 5800 Alton rd.. now visiting Israel
with a Greater Miami Israel Bond delegation, chat with Ger-
shon Avner (right), head of the Amercan Desk at Israel's Min-
istry for Foreign Affairs. Avner briefed the 15 Israel Bond
leaders on Israel's politico situation at their opening luncheon
in Jerusalem on May 20.
Testimonial for Rabbi Rosenberg
I Sidney M. Aronovitz, president
of Beth David Congregation, has
announced that Mr. and Mi's. Max
Jacobson will chair a testimonial
reception for Rabbi Yaakov G.
Rosenberg on Sunday, June 19, at
Beth David.
Javits for GOP Veep?
Continued from Page 1-A
ted that Sen. Javits showed from
the time he first ran for Congress
from New York in 1946 that he
was capable of defeating promi-
nent Democratic opponets. In
1956, Mr. Javits was nominated
for the Senate after a bitter battle
with Republican conservatives..and
beat New York's Mayor F. Wag-
ner by 458,000 votes.
Those serving on the arrange-
ments committee are Sidney Lef-
court, Emanuel Smith, Charles Z.
Spingarn, Bert Sher, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Badanes, Mesdames Harold Rein-
hard* Ralph W. Hankin, Harold
Berney, Michael Covin and Rich-
ard Herold.
The testimonial is open to the en-
tire community. Rabbis Irving
Le.hrman, Leon Kronish and Al-
fred Waxman will bring greetings
and pay their respects to Rabbi
Rosenberg. Stanley C. Myers will
serve as toastmaster.
Rabbi Rosenberg~has served-.as
spiritual leader of Beth David for
the past five years, and leaves
soon to accept a pulpit at Adath
Jeshurun i Philadelphia.
Seventy-eight children who grad-
uated from the early childhood de-
velopment program of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
were honored by their parents and
friends at graduation and spring
festival celebrations at all four
GMJCC Branches last week.
Miami Branch Stuart Glads-
den, Alice Goldhagen, Allen Gold-
man, Cathy Margoshes, Jess Ros-
en, Linda Rocynes, Louis Schecht-
man, Fred Shapiro, Jay Spieler,
Reed Somberg, Jill Touby, Robert
Tannenbaum, Robert Winston,
Barnett Weissman.
Southwest Branch Joshua
Aberman, James Benjamin, Don-
ald Geier, Beth Jacobi, Jody Ann
Kaplan, Marc Kaplan, Pamela Ker-
tes, Ronald Klein, Marily Krihn-
gold, Gary Lipitz, Steven Marks,
Stephen Marshall, Jed Rosen, Mi-
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In New York, Robert Kempner,
who served as deputy chief pros-
ecutor at the Allied war crimes
trials in Nuremberg, cabled this
week to the Israel Minister of Jus-
tice offering to supply a large num-
ber of hither to unpublished doc-
uments for the forthcoming trial
of Adolf Eichmann. The cable was
sent to Justice Minister Piniias
Rosen.
At the same time, Gen. Telford
Taylor, former chief prosecutor at
the Nuremberg trials, said Eich-
mann should be tried either in a
West German court or by an inter-
national court and not in Israel.
Gen. Taylor, now in private law
practice, said there were witnesses
in West Germany who would not
be happy about going to Israel to
testify.
The London Daily Telegraph, in
an editorial criticized plans to try
Eichmann in Israel and suggested
a change of venue to have the Nazi
tried "by others than his victims."
The Times of London, however,
gave full editorial support to the
Israel action and defended the Is-
rael laws under which Eichmann
is to be tried.
UFO Expert in Talk
Norman Beane, lecturer and
noted authority on unidentified fly-
ing objects, spoke before members
of Temple Judea Young Adults oa
Sunday evening at the Temple.
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Golda Will Report to Greater Miami Jewry
Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir, in a
report to Parliament last week, put the facts
squarely on the line. The collapse of the re-
cent Summit conference, she warned, may
heighten tensions in the Middle East.
This is a tearful warning because tensions
are about as high there as they can become
without open shooting. Israel's kill of an
Egyptian MIG fighter some ten days ago in an
eur battle over southern Israeli territory is a
clear example.
Speaking without hesitation, Mrs. Meir
eaid thai the new difficulties will stem horn "a
flow of armaments in tremendous quantities to
Arab countries." She minced no words when
she predicted that Egypt would be getting the
bulk of the shipments.

mHITA'S 'PEACE-LOVING1 TEST
There can be no doubt that the Soviet
Union is the culprit in the anning-to-the-teeth
process of the United Arab Republic. This is a
strange role for a nation that insists its prin-
cipal aim in foreign diplomacy is to realise the
universal goal of peace.
But the collapse of the Summit, itself, belies
the Soviet pronouncement; while Nikita Khrush-
chev's vow "before God" that his hands are
clean and his heart pure makes a mockery of
the decent efforts to reduce tensions every-
where and bring a war-weary world closer to
harmony.
Were Khrushchev's intentions really
peaceful, he would not have refused Israel
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's recent request far
a meeting- The refusal was. in itself, designed
to heighten Middle Eastern anxieties, which
the Soviet boss easily accomplished by charg-
ing that Israel does not appear to be "peace-
loving" enough tor talks at this time.
The Soviet "test" was. as usual, unilateral.
It was prompted by an exalted kind of Com-
munist egotism that more honestly-motivated
leaders of nations hud it hard to adopt Such
pomposity appeared most evident when, at
the Summit. Khrushchev called upon God to
These are all neniicil aspects of the heigh-
Theee are all eesentia aspects of the heigh-
tened tensions fo which Mrs. Meir referred in
her speech -to Parliament
Vitally close to the situation. Israel's For-
eign Minister will be here on June 9 to cite the
Greater Miami Jewish community for its part
in the Israel Bond drive. This will be a unique
opportunity for hearing an on-the-spot report
personally delivered by Mrs. Meir.
It is an opportunity that men and women
interested in Israel will not want to miss.

ISRAEL BOND 'DECADE CITY AWARD'
Greater Miami will accept the "Decade
City Award" from Mrs. Meir next Thursday
with humility and gratitude. It is one of four
throughout the world in recognition of the com-
munity's contribution to the sale of Israel Bonds
during the last decade.
Israel Bonds have played a vital role in
the upbuilding of the Jewish State since the
first issue some ten years ago. Bond funds
industry and commerce, as well as in the ex-
industry and commerce, as wel as in the ex-
pansion of modern housing facilitieshave re-
leased internal channels of the young nation's
revenue for such vital programs as defense.
The citation strengthens Greater Miami's
already firm determination to surpass its high-
est sales achievements.
Supreme
The world Jewish community Wednesday
and Thursday marked the Festival of Sha-
vuoth. As we indicated here last week, the
holiday, also known as Feast of the Weeks.
celebrates Moses' ascent of Mt. Sinai to receive
the law from God.
The law, if of a secular variety, is very
much on the minds of men these days as eyes
throughout the world turn to Israel's prepara-
tion far the trial of Adolf Eichmann. notorious
Naxi war criminal responsible for the murder
of millions of Jews during the German Third
Reich.
Whatever absurdities are currently con-
cocted by the friends of Eichmann coacerninq-
the impropriety of trying him in Israel, no one
has presumed to question the tnirnses of the
treatment he will get from his captors.
Even for Eichmann's sympathizers, this
tacit admission that the law. which came forth
from Zion. still reigns supreme there.

the week
...as i sec it
by LEO MINDLIN
JM6 CAPTURE of Adoli
Eichmann is a phenom,
(luring the week sr*sassy-
(laughter. It wont make them
rest more easily. Bin there
is test retribution in his sen.
lire by Israel. The element,
of this conclusion are simple.
Eichmann,' an agent of Nan
philosophy, -literally sought to
destroy Jews and Judaism if
he failed, it may at least be said with little fear of exaggeration that
he virtually succeeded in putting an end to the Jewish community of
Europe. Hardly the totality of world Jewry, the European commun-
ity was nevertheless a significant part of it numerically and certainly
an overwhelming representation culturally.
The bleak days of the Nazi ascendancy left us with fearful con.
elusions about the future. When the Western Powers unlocked the
gates of the concentration camps, and the full story of German bru-
tality emerged to confirm the ugly reports of Hitler's war against the
Jews, what-optimism could be mustered in tomorrow?
One-third of a people had succumbedmany millions of them
before World War II seized the civilized globeand little Ideological
solace could be found in the defeat of the Nazi horde. For the Allied
victory was really unrelated to the question of genocide. Neither
the United States, nor Great Britain, nor France, nor Russia launched
the battle against Hitler to stay his hands soaked in Jewish blood.
#> ef. st eS
an aaamu iumr or %iAit
IT IS CONCEIVABLE that the Nazi beast might be alive today and
' and bis Third Reich functioning in all its erstwhile glory if he had
not made the fatal error of coveting their interests. History demon-
strates the uncomfortable fact that little or no word-of-protest emerged
from these nations between 1932 and 1939, when millions of Jews
must have been slaughtered.
The 1938 Munich Pact, which sold Czechoslovakia down the river,
brought British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain back home with
a message of "peace in our time." But the concentration camp cre-
matoria had been belching forth smoke from their stacks long before
this absurd and disastrous pronouncement; while the gas chambers
were already snuffing out the lives ef innocent men, women, and
children when Franklin Delano Roosevelt took his second oath of office
inl936.
The Hitlerian genocide' policy, an "internal matter" of Germany'*
affairs of state, thus preoccupied the-Western Allies tittle in principle
and almost not at all in fact. Jewish salvation, through a successful
waging of World War II, merely proved a subsidiary benefit of tile
decision to put a halt to Nazi expansionism.
Out of this cynical approach to human rights emerged the Jewish
determination for a homeland in Palestine never matched during the
most brilliant days of the European Jewish community. Hitler may
have killed six million Jews, but in the process he struck the .-park
that enflamed the indignity of their survivors. For out of their abhes
rose the State of Israela move not even the most callous ef the West-
ern democracies, notably Great Britain, could successfully contain.
-:- :- st>
ekemanws view of rooArs'jiwir
VJUHAT MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES are there to be found it
ww the slaughter of the six million? Such butchery, it seems, can
give rise to none. But a second glance might show otherwise. Prin-
cipally, they have become sacred in our time. Thus, before our very
eyes, we are witnessing the infusion of a profound historic event into
the liturgy and religious consciousness of Jewish tradition. Bitterly
confusing though it may be to say so, this is a privilege enjoyed by no
other Jewish generation since the dawn of the Christian era. Add to
these considerations the State of Israel, herself vested in the most
exquisite kind of Hebraic prophecy, and there emerges a magnificent
heredity from the debris of the Hitlerian destruction.
Adolf Eichmann was contrarily dedicated to total annihilation.
Not only did he fail, but it seemed also his destiny to witness jh<' very
thing of which neither he nor. indeed, any other member of the Third
Reich "master race" ever dreamed: a stronger, more purposeful,
more fruitful and creative Jewry than the one he initially assaulted
and to a significant extent brought low.
For this reason. Eichmann s capture is a phenomenon. By the
same token, it is phenomenal, precisely because Israel was the agent
of his arrest. Israeli courts and Israeli justice will deal with him n
elements in the fabric of human affairs non-existent in the heyday
of his murderous gambits less than two decades ago.
Not even Shakespeare, in the most divinely-inspired moments of
his poesy, could limn a more acrid portrait of the wheel of fortune'!
ride against the vaulting ambitions of evil men.
MMITA aWST 11 TWO MEET MOW "
RANDOM POLITICAL THOUGHT: A prerequisite for every Pre*{
dential candidate today, whatever his party, should be to promisi
net to meet at a Summit conference with Nikita Khrushchev on th
latter's terms. Mr. Eisenhower, whatever his personal failings il
office, is a decent, honestly-disposed leader with the prefoundest u-l
tentions regarding peace. In addition, for setter er worse, he u *i
representative of the American people and their government.
And it is the American people, in the final analysis, with whonf
Mr. Khrushchev will have to dealnot a President to his particuUrj
liking. The Communist party chiefs continuing announcements Uutl
he will be disposed to another Summit in six er eight months is I
staggering effort on his part to meddle with the internal politktll
affairs of our nation. By this, I mean nothing so naive as that be el
trying to influence the election.
Of greater damage is Mr. Khrushchev's projection of the theory I
that one American spokesman is more preferable to him than another.'
Such views may be acceptable in the Kremlin, where personality eafcl
ism reigns supreme. Bet the American democratic process is *
tinuum based on the periodic secret ballot. To the victorious Pre*
dential candidate belongs not the right to dictate but the responsibility
to fashion policy, which is ultimately accepted or rejected by *
people. To the victor, in the case of a Summit, belongs the priviW*
to speak for the nation at large.
But in the matter of Summit-level conferences with so unst-
ably ugly a personality as Nikita Khrushchev's, there can be no que*
tron about the contents of the message. Whoever brings it. the a*
stance will invariably be the same. It is this Mr. Khrushchev must
be toldand right nowby every potential candidate.
If Ike Eisenhower is not good enough for the Red boss, then JjJ |
other representative can be. Whatever the President's failing". *
they are miserable and profound, he is dedicated to peace and hum**
progress. Moreover, he is the American people s representative W
their fiat preferred him in the sanctity of a voting kseth That u,
more then can be said fer the Kremlin's masterwho these daJlj
seems to be less mighty than falling.


Friday, June 3, I960
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Part II: Golda Meir- Woman of Great Humanity
Israel's Fonion Mimlttmr Will '
Page 5-A
Israel's Foreign minister Will
Bt la Miami Junt f
By the time of Israel's War of
Independence, Golda Meir was
In the front ranks of Jewish lead-
ership in Palestine. When the
British interned the male leader-
ship of t h e Jewish Agency in
1946. she became acting head of
the Agency's Political Depart-
ment, and held this post until the
State of Israel was established.
During the War. she risked her
life innumerable times in travel-
ing back and forth between Je-
rusalem and Tel Aviv 6n Israel
Government business.
One of the most exciting epi-
sodes in Golda Meir's career was
her secret visit to Amman on
May 10, 1948 to meet King Ab-
dullah of Jordan. Israel's lead-
ers hoped that .this visit might
serve at le*st to neutralfze King
Abdullah, so that he would not
deploy his forces against the Jew-
ish State about to be formed. Mrs.
Meir made the journey disguised
fes ah Arab woman. She was cord-
ially received by King'Ahdullah,
but unfortunately he felt,himself
sV surrounded by anti Israeli
forces that he could not come to
any agreement. Powerful ele-
ments in Jordan considered him
too friendly to Israel, and he was
assassinated in July, 1951.
Mrs. Meir was one of the
thirty-seven Jewish leaders who
signed Israel's Declaration of In-
dependence, and on June 6, 1948
was appointed Israel's first Min-
ister to the Soviet Union. Her
presence iTi the L'.S.S.R. evoked
I widespread enthusiasm among
I the Jews of that country. When
I she attended services in Moscow
Ion Rosh Hashona, thousands
| flocked to see the first represent-
ative of a Jewish States ever
seen in Russia.
Named Association President
i
H. van der Gaast, purchasing
agent for Dade Federal Saving*
and Loan Assn!, this week assumed
the presidency of the Southeast
Florida Purchasing Agents Assn.
Van der Gaast is a member of the
education and house committees of
the state association, and a mem-
ber of the National Assn. of Pur-
chasing Agents.
Mrs. Meir confers with Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Supervision Organization (left), and Prime
Burns, former chief of UN Palestine Truce Minister Ben-Guribn (center).
her vision to other*, and to in
spire them td deeds of historic
significance. She stands in the
foremost ranks of those great
leaders, men and women, who
have appeared on the s c e~n e
throughout Jewish history at mo-
ments of decision for the Jewish
people.
In 1949, Mrs. Me'"- returned to
Israel to become Minister of
Labor. In this post, she was re-
sponsible for rnany improve-
ments in Israel's system of social
insurance so that Israel today has
one of the most advanced social
insurance structures in the en-
tire world. She was also in charge
of Israel's housing program, and
directed the construction of
homes for many hundreds of
thousands of the country's new
citi/ens. In 1956, Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion named Mrs.
Meir Israel's Minister for Foreign
Affairs.
Above all her outstanding
achievements for Israel and the
Jewish people. Golda Meir is
known and loved as a woman of
deep humanity and great vision,
with the capacity to communicate
'Decode Award"
for Israel Service
Continued from Page 1-A
elude the reading oflsrael's Dec-
laration of Independence by Miss
Janice Revitz and featuring spec-
ially-arranged choreography by the
Sabras.
Pointing out that Miami was one
of only four cities in the entire
world to be selected for the "Dec-
ade City" Award, Israel, Bond
chairmen Cantor and Oritt said
that "we are deeply proud and
grateful for the honor which the
State of Israel has chosen to be-
stow upon our community. We are
proud to have had a share in the
i remarkable progress and notable
success in the building-up of a dy-
namic democracy shedding honor
. upon the Jewish people every-
| where. _
. "Mrs. Meir's visit to Miami is
a tribute to the entire Jewish com-
munity. More than this, however,
the dinner will serve as our com-
munity's expression of tribute to
the people of Israel for their re-
I markable economic achievements
in the face of serious obstacles and
, their notable success in building
up a dynamic democracy."
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Or. Wolfson in Talk
Three Miamians
_ ^_______^., Dr. Abraham Wolf son, director
TO \^et UegreeS of the Spinoza Forum Foundation
_.' .. / k rM5(M for Adult Education, will give hi*
Three k^****0"*}" second lecture on The Secret o|
Miami area will be among a rec|__:_.. at th_ A.i.ii, /i w
(Seminary of America. "^ Friday evening. .
Eugene Weiner, son of Mrs. Mi- ._______
chael Allen. 420 W. 51st St.. Mi- /^^X_
ami Beach, will be ordained rab- ISrCieilTe CeilTer
bi. teacher and preacher, and re-
ceive the degree of Master of He Confirmation
brew Literature from the graduate
Rabbinical School.
Confirmation of students will be
held Sunday, 1 p.m., at the Israel-
Marvin Tokayer, ton of Mr. jte Center,
and Mr. Louis Tokayer. 3621 To ^ confirmed. are Janet
SW 15th tt.. Miami, will receive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
'the degree of Master of Hebrew Duchon; .Sheila, daughter of Mr.
Literature from the School of i and Mrs Max parnesSi Pau|a
Judaic, a graduate preparatory daugnter 0f Mr. and Mrs. Robert
**ool. Perez; and Ann. daughter of Mr.
Degree of Bachelor of Religious and Mrs. Harry Weinstem.
Education will be conferred upon Hy Fried will be at the organ.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky is spiri-
Smiling laces of students at Miami Jackson second place winner Nelson R. Kent; third
High School who were winners in the essay place winner Andres Alonso jr. Certificate Lefoowit*. son of Mr. and
contest sponsored by the Advertising Club of awards were presented by the Advertising. Mfs Jacob Lejb^itj* Charles ho-
M ami and Dade Federal Savings and Loan Club, and savings accounts were presented ; tel Miami Beach, by the Teachers
Assn. Left to right are Al Flutie. representa- by Lipton to the winners. Consolation prices .institute.
live of. the advertising group; first runner-up went to the others in the contest, which is a j Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Mary Jeanne Miller; second runner-up Nilda yearly project of both sponsoring organiza- j Beach will be honored for its part
Gonzales; first place winner Joanne Nahlik; tions. in preparing Eugene Werner for
Joseph M. Lipton. president of Dade Federal; _____
his rabbinical studies.
tual leader.
accepted the poet of associate reg-
istrar of the graduate Rabbinical
School of the Seminary.
At the exercises. 110 graduates
State Dep 't. Split on Eichmann Trial
Continued from Page 1-A
no (oubt in the mind of "any rea-
Weiner has had a distinguished; of the Seminary* hve academic
! academic career while attending departments will receive degrees
I the Seminary. From 1952-1933. he 'n courses, and 20 will receive bo
I held the Samuel Friedland Foun- orary degrees or awards.
I dation Fellowship, and from 1958- Commencement address will be
1960 he was designated a Fellow i delivered by Rabbi Morris Adler,
members to Israel to attend the A spokesman for the West Ger- 0f tne Herbert H. Lehrman Instti-1 writer, lecturer and spiritual lead
Eichmann trial i man Government declared in ^p 0f Talmudic Ethics, a special er of Congregation Shaarey Ze-
The West German Government Bonn this we,c that the Govern- study group program. Weiner has dek. Detroit, Mich.
He person that justice would m(jjCated the possibility of a bid ment would provide full legal aid
K one to Eichmann in Israel." t0 extradite Eichmann was highly to the Israel court which tries
Ht added that "some sophists ap- unIikelv because no extradition Adolf Eichmann.
pan ntly would defeat the ends of, agreemeB, exjsls between tbe two SDokesman sald that doeu.,
e because of narrow pre-oc- counlries A kpokesman added thatL fi ^"sses frorn West
Ik. with technicalities." ,he Bo^n Govarnmen, was "high- TcrlnTt^T^^^l
meanwhile. Herman Krumey. L.^'oeen ca^lT we SJ ? ^ "L "!" K
w> served as adjutant to E.ch- no r/ason to helD\,m,. | G-rnmen, woukinot .1.
ma-n. was arrested in Frankfurt
tfc week for the third time on
ch. ges of murder committed dur-
the Naxi regime. He was re-
K d on each prior arrest.
1 e Frankfurt Prosecutor's Of-
Be* was reported to be considering
a qoest for extradition of Eich-
ma-n after his trial in Israel. A
spokesman for the Prosecutors
e told tbe Jewish Telegraphic Ha said Kit Ministry wM
bar* of the apposition So-
cial Democratic party have de-
manded that Cichmann be tried
in West Germany or that an of-
ficial West Gorman observer be
sent te tha trie* m Israel. Prat*
SchaafJer. Wear Germany Jue>
counsel to the defendant.
"We are gratified that tbe man
who was one of the persons chiefly
responsible for the extermination
of Jews had been apprehended,"
the spokesman said.
preferable*' that Eichmann be
in a West Germaat court.
A | -icy that warrant for Eich
mam's arrest, issued by a Frank-
fun court in 1986, was still valid.
It was also indicated that the Pros
ecu'or's Office plans to send staff
te question Eichmann who could
9 h*y WftffWaW Ma f WthCMfl ntf
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States selected to present a paper
at the fifth International Congress
of Gerontology. The congress will
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Markovich's paper is a "Longi-
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Page 7-A
Conufcrmation class, of North Shore Jewish
Renter religious school was consecrated on
the eve of Shavuoth at the Center. Confir-
mands participated in a "Sholom Be-Olom'
presentation.
Federation Annual Meeting to Hear Kane
Continued from Pag* 1-A
raising and welfare agencies rep-
resenting some 800 communities
throughout the United States and
Canada. These communities annu-
ally raise the bulk of all American
Jewish philanthropic funds for lo-
cal, national, and overseas Jewish
Jeeds.
The Council provides central
services for its member agencies
in fund-raising, community organi-
zation, budgeting, planning for
health and welfare services, per-
sonnel recruitment and campaign
promotion and program interpre-
tation.
Highlights of the program of the
22nd annual dinner meeting on
June" 16 will be the election of of-
ficers, trustees, and members of
the board of governors, and the
announcement of the total raised
thus far in the 1960 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal by Greater Miami's
Jewish community.
Jay I. Kislak, local mortgage |
banker and communal ieader,
** bean namad chairman of MS*
. Kislak will preside at the meet-
ing which is expected to attract
500 persons representing
Jocal and national service
religious organizations.
Ha ha* been m charga of Hi*
,CJA Cash Driva in 1959, the Fi-
nanca and Banking Division of
CJA, and served as a member
of the budget committee. In the
past year, Kane was active as a
member of the United Fund
Budget unit and with the exec-
utive committee of the American
Jewish Committee.
Kislak was recently honored by
the Young Presidents' Organiza-
tion, a national business group
which selects leading executives
for membership who become pres-
ident of their firm before reaching
40, and whose company does $1
million worth of business yearly.
Invitations are now in the mail
to the 22nd annual meeting. Kis-
lak announced.
JAY I. kisiak
Kislak is a member of Federa-
tion's executive committee and
board of governors, and is a co-
chairman of the 1960 Combined
Jewish Appeal. He heads the Ini-
tial Gifts Division together with
Joseph M. Upton, president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.

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Judaea Pageant
Slated Sunday
Golden Gate Auditorium, Collins
ave. and 194th st.. will be the
scene of the annual Young Judea
Pageant, "From Slavery Unto
Freedom," the performance is
scheduled for Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Participants are members of
Young Judea youth groups in the
Greater Miami area.
The cast will include some 300
Young Judeans, who will depict in
song, dance and pantomine the
various periods in Jewish history.
Written and directed by Reuben
Guberman and choreographed by
Irving Rotman, the production will
also see the following spiritual
leaders participating in the over-
all program as well as the plan-
ning:
Rabbis David Herson, Beth
Emeth; Max A. Lipschitz, Monti-
^ello Park; Harry Lawrence, Ti-
fereth Israel Center: Samuel Hen-
delowitz, Temple Beth Sholem,
Hollywood; and Sheldon Ed wars.
Temple B'nai Sholom. Opa-locka.
Sponsors of the Pageant are the
parent organizations of Young Ju-
daea, the Zionist Organization of
America, and Hadassah
Proceeds of the Pageant -are for
scholarships for youngsters who
cart not otherwise attend Young
Judaea camps.
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Confirmands
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"Sholom Be-Olom" Peace in
ihe World presentation was fea-
tured at the consecration of con-
firmation class members at North
Shore Jewish Center on the etfe
of Shavuoth Tuesday. ""'
Confirmands were presented with' Yoil+h Cluh
a Bible and special certificates by
Nathaniel Glickman, chairman of
the school board; Zehev Lahav, di-
rector of education; and Mrs. Al
Mechlowitz. president of Sister-
hood.
Closing Exercises Sunday
Temple Tifereth Jacob religious
I school will have closing exercise*
on Sunday. Cantata, written by
Rabbi Leo Helm, "M a t u r i n g
through Education," will be pre-
sented by pupils. Classes will con-
tinue throiuAThursday, June 9.
c:
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiri-
tual leader, charged the confirm-
ands. Reception in their honor fol-
lowed at the Deauville hotel.
Confirmands are Linda, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Ber-
ger; Nikki, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Malvio Englander; Joan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Feldman; Marjorie. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Franke); Linda,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Hall; Deborah, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Phillip Jacoby; Carol,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Snyderman; Eileen St em berg,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Simberg; Bonie, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Millen.
Shereen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Melvin Simonson; Steven, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Elias; Lee,
installs Officers
Delta Psi Gamma held its an-
nual installations of officers Satur-
day evening in the Biscayne room
of the McAllister hotel.
New officers are Sandy Peyser,
president; Reva Krasnow, vice
president; Sue -Schlein, secretary;
and Fran Newman, treasurer.
Delta Psi is a club for h i g h
school girls sponsored by the Jew-
ish National Home for Asthmatic
Children in Denver.
son of Mrs. Louis Nathans; Gary,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pollack;
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Tanen; Martin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Horowitz; Steven,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Horo-
witz; Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Tessler; Jay, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Weinstein; Rob-
ert, son ef Mr. and Mrs. Nathan'
Slewet; Harold, son of Mrs. Frieda
Klein.
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Ner Tamid
Installs Officers
Dr. Ben L. Fabric was installed
president of Temple Ner Tamid
during Friday evening services
lust week.
Others Ifisfailed were Wflliiim "J*.
Harris, honorary past president;
Ezra Feingold, honorary presi-
dent; Nathan Rottenberg. Louis
Cohen. Murray A. Shaw and Mau-
rioe Zaretsky, vice presidents.
Bernard J. Harris and Jack Kop-
lin. honorary vice presidents; Mur-
ray Shaw, chairman of- the board;
Sej mour Horowitz, treasurer; Ir-
vilfS Engel. recording secretary;
Ezra Rosenfeld. financial secre-
tary ; Joseph Kahn, assistant fi-
nancial secretary; Paul Press, cor-
responding secretary.
Board of .trustees are Frank
(John. Samuel Greenfield, Dale Re-
gent, Seymour J. Horowitz. Ezra
Rosenfeld. Jack. L. Shaw. Paul H-
Press, Louis H. Stallman. Tobias
Simon. Aaron Eisenstein. Daniel
Wagner. Adolph Greenbaum.
Louis Cohen. Dr. Ben L. Fabric,
Mgrray Shaw, Ezra Feingold.
Louis J. Gold. William J. Harris.
Nathan Rottenberg. Jacob Sapir-
stein. Eugene J. Sehwarz. Fannie
Sklar, Maurice I. Zaretsky. Sam
Sklar and Irving Carey, desceased.
Advisory board are C h a r I e s
Branson, Alvin Savage. Dr. Aaron
Chulock, Aaron Eisenstein. David
Elwitt. David Fellerman, Mrs.
Loois G. Gold. Morris Miretsky.
Paul Jacobs. Joseph Gerstein.
Louis Pearl. Dan Piver. Herman
Popkin. Mjx Raskin. Dale Regent.
Jack L Shaw, Joseph Silverman.
Murray Spies. Mark Wallace.
Mrs. Ester Carrey, Mrs. Seymour
Horowitz. Mrs. Mollie Fabric, Ja-
cob Dunkelman. Irving Spear,
Marshall Berkson.
Report Eichmann
Brought on Sub
Continued from Page 1 A
Congregation Monticello Park nursery school
staff at graduation exercises are seated (left
to right) Gladys Frechtel, teacher; Jacqueline
Kantrowich. office secretary; Rebecca Kesh-
lansky, nursery school director; Rosalie
Hirschberg, Dorothy Gruen, teachers. Stand-
ing are Elaine Leff, school secretary; Ruth
Wichter, teacher; Rabbi Max A. Lipechite;
Abraham Gittelsan, education director; Sylvia
Siegel, teacher; Rosalyn Levy, assistant.
Zamora Will
Confirm Twelve
Twelve students will be con-
firmed at Temple Zamora during j
Sabbath services on Friday eve-
ning.
They are Rochelle. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Becker man;
Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Brenner; Debra, daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Douglass;
Arlene and Barry, children of Mr.
and Mrs Bernard Greenstein; Jes-
sica Rue! daughter of Rabbi and
Mrs B Leon Hurwitz.
Lee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Johannesburg; John, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller; Mill,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
One-Alan Show Here
A one-man showing of abstract
paintings by a Miami attorney is
now being featured at the main
office of Greater Miami Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., 101 SE
2nd ave. The paintings are by Mor-
ton Rosenblum, who has had show*
ngs in Atlanta and New York.
ing a report that Eichmann was
in Kugjit, a British^ protectorate
in'inePetsian GMT7W as*\o" nmrr
him out of hiding. The ruse work-
ed, the paper said.
Eichmann "sont word of his
new, secret address to His wife
in Austria and to tern* of his
closest associates in Germany
by special code. The Israeli se-
cret service was topped off, and
the task force set out to kidnap
him."
According to the London daily,
Eichmann did not at first know
that his captors were Jewish and
thought he had been arrested by
local polite. The capture could
have been made much sooner, the
paper said, "but the Israelis want-
, ed him alive and passed up several
i opportunities for fear he would kill
[himself."
The story did not name the coun-
try in which Eichmann had been
found and captured.
CANTOR, CHOIR LEADER &
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To Live in Hearts We Leave
Behind Is to Live Forever1
PALMER'S
MEMORIALS
"Miami's Only
Jewish
Monument
Builders"
They'll be tackling the clean-up job ol securing pledges of
local businessmen to the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal. Seen
checking their visiting schedules before calling on prospects
are (left) Ernest Janis, a CJA vice chairman heading Building
Trades, and Paul Seiderman (right), a CIA vice chairman in
charge of General Solicitation.
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Scheduled Unveilings
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Mr. Sinai Memorial Perk
Cemetery
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Rabht Leon Kronisn
HARRY SHWIUER, 1 p.m.
R "May Their Souls Repose
in Eternal Peace'"
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Edward T. Newman
Funeral Director
Oberstein; Melvin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. JacV Rubin; Barbara, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Swan;
Don. son of Mrs. Irma Tescher.
The service will be conducted by
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz and Cantor
Meyer Gisser. Participants will in-
clude Nathan Davidow. president,
and Sidney Palmer, honorary pres-
ident of the congregation and rep-
resentative oi tne Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. Benediction will be
by Rabbi Morris Skop, of Temple
.fudea.
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Friday. June 3. 1960
+Jcnist> fkrkHtr
Paeje 9-A
Yitzhak Aronowicz, f a m e.d
skipper of the ill-fated DP
ship "Exodus-47,'' will be
ompnrj the prominent speak-
ers at the UjA midyear lead-
ership conference which
opens June 18 in Washing-
ton. D.C.
Myers Elected
To Culture Board
Stanley C. Myers has been elect-
ed to toe board of trustees of the
National Foundation for Jewish
Culture at its organizational meet-
ing in New York.
Myers is past president and life
board member of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds. He is a chairman of the
Harry L. Lurie Fellowship com-
mittce and a member of the Wel-
fare Fund-Israel Relations, LCBC
Steering, Community Organization,
Budget and Finance, National-Lo-
cal Relations, William J. Shroder
Memorial Award, General Assem-
bly Program and Personnel com-
mittees.
Locally, Myers was a founder
and first founder of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. He is
a past president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center'
and trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Last week he was elected chairman |
of the board of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital.
The Foundation, incorported in!
New York, came into existence
through a directive given by the I
General Assembly of the CJFWF
in San Francisco last November.
rhMi- aoi shrd ES TH AR ODLL
The Foundation is undertaking
its mandate to bring enrichment to
the field of Jewish culture, help
achieve the most effective service
on the part of the existing Jewish
cultural agencies, and interpret the
unmet needs in this field to the
community at large.
OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE
MIAMI-
FEDERATION
The following SLATE OF OFFICERS and BOARD OF GOVERNORS will be presented
by the Nominating Committee to be voted upon by members in 'good standing* at the
22nd ANNUAL MEETING on Thursday, June 16th, in the Americana Hotel.
RECEPTION AT 630 P.M. DINNER AT 7:30 P.M.
'menSr^n'Vr/n^tfn 1-* 'any ^T ,w? nukes a p,ed*c > Federation and wbo, prior.to tbe annual meeting of the
memoersmp, nas paid $10 of more on such pledge. -
'Minn" Proceeds
For Monticello
"Mimi." a new and original mus-
ical comedy, will be presented June
18 at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Di-
recting the production will be
George Blackwood. Writer of the
show is Dan Carlin. who last year
wrote "You're in for a Great
Time," staged at the Dunes hotel.
Starring in "Mimi" will be Bar-
bara Black, Bill Maffie, Bernice
Lazar, anl Norman Lodin. Cantor
Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. of Monti-'f
cello Park Congregation, will be
featured. Also appearing are Jo-
seph Caruso and Larry Buff.
The singing and dancing chorus
will include Sydell Harris, Stella
Friedman, Eros Siegler, Norman
Koloff, Shirley Berman ad Elean-
or Goodman.
'Matthew and Sondra Ettinger,
Minnie Lepzelter and Rasaiyn
Abraas will appear as Beatniks.
Proceeds are being donated to
the Congregation of Monticello
Park Building Fund.
Um Lecture Series
A lecture series on labor-man-
agement relations' and labor law
sponsored by the University of Mi-
ami will be held for five weeks
starting June 15 at the Dupont
Plaza hotel. Dr. James Vadakin.
UM professor of economics and
industrial relations, and Herbert
Mints, of the Miami law firm of
Pallot, Silver. Pallot, Stern and
Minta, will be the lecturers.
PRESIDENT:
SAM J. HEIMAN
-
HONORARY PRESIDENT:
AARON M. KANNER
SECRETARY:
JUDGE IRVING CYPEN
WILLIAM AGRANOVE
SHEPARD BROAD
LEO CHA1KIN
LEO EISENSTEIN
JUDGE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
BALLOT
> VICE PRESIDENTS!
DR. MORRIS GOODMAN
\ A. J. HARRIS
MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS
HAROLD THURMAN
JULIAN WEINKLE
TRUSTEES:
Chairman: SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND
MRS. LOUIS GLASSER
SAM A. GOLDSTEIN
M, J. KOPELOWITZ
- SIDNEY LEFCOURT
SAM C. LEVENSON
ASSOCIATE SECRETARY:
EMANUEL SMITH.
TREASURER:
JAY KISLAK
ASSOCIATE TREASURER:
CARL SUSSKIND
BEN MEYERS
JOSEPH ROSE
ARNOLD SEEDER
MRS. SAMUEL SIMONHOFF
DAVrD WHILLtPS
HONORARY TRUSTEES
HARRY SIRKIN MRS. CARL WEINKLE
SAM BLANK
.BENJAMIN BRONSTON
HOWARD KANE
(PAST PRESIDENTS)
STANLEY C. MYERS
MAX OROVITZ
DAN RUSKIN
UO ACKERMAN
MRS. LEO ACKCRMAN
R. WMS APTE
-AM AROMOVITZ
HARRY AUGUST
DR. MEIVIN BECKER
MISS SUE BERKOWm
THEODORE BERMAN
DANIEl BROAD
JACK A. CANTOR
AlVIN CASSEl
DAVID CATSMAN
JAMES COHEN
JOSEPH COHEN *
DANIEL CRAVITT
A. BUDD CUTLER
JOSEPH DAllETT
ARTHUR DESSER
JOSEPH DUNTOV
MRS. JOSEPH DUNTOV
MRS- MEYER EOONATZ
CLEMEN EHRUCH
LEON Ell
MRS. FRANCES ENTINE
MRS. AARON f ARR
PAUL MSKE
MRS. CHARLES FEINRCRO
MARTIN FINE
MRS. DOROTHY PINK
JACOB FISHMAN
DAVID FLEEMAN
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERO
MRS. LARRY FRKOLANO
JOSEPH H. OARDNER
JOSEPH OARFIELD
SEYMOUR GELBER
RICHARD OERSTMN
ELECTIVE
DR SAMUEL OERTMAN
BEN OILIER
OEOROE GOLDBERG
LOWS E. GOLDMAN
MARVIN GOLDMAN
SAM GOLDMAN
BURTON B. GOIDSTEIN
MRS. HARRY GORDON
CHARLES E. GOTTLIEB
DR. OEOROE GRAHAM
MRS. GEORGE GRAHAM N
MELVIN GREEN
JEROME GREENE
NATHAN GUMENICK
MRS. TRUDY HAMERSCHLAO
MARSHALL HARRIS
COl WM J. HARRIS
ISADORE HECHT
IOUIS HEIMAN
DANIEL NEAl HELLER
ALBERT J. HIRSCH
MORRIS HONIGBAUM
Rp MAURICE HYMAN
LEON JACOBS
MRS. AARON KANNER
iJ
LEON KAPLAN
$V KEITH
**f" SAM KEYWEU
DR. DAVID KMSH
WM J. KUNE
' %'*' MAX KOLKBR
IRVIN KORACH
RING KOSSOFF
.fTf-fr- eAl KOVENS
f**" AARON KRAVm
' f RALPH LACHMAN
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
SIDNEY ANSIN
SIDNEY ARONOVm
MILTON BALSAM
MEYER A. RASKIN
'RABBI HERBERT BAUMOARO
MRS. SAM BEISKY
PHILIP BERKOWITZ
MOSHE BERMAN
BARNEY BERNSTEIN
RAY BEBRIN
JERRY CARVER
ABE CHIE4
ISIDORE A. COHEN
UON A. EPSTEIN
MAXWEll FA SUM
MINNIE FEINRERG
WAITER Ff&TMAN
EZRA FWMGOID
JACK FINK
PERCY FRIEDLANDCR
JOSEPH FROMKIN
EFRAIM GALE
MRS SAMUEL OERTMAN
SAMUEL ORRTNER
SOL GOLDMAN
f
SAM IACHMAN '
APPOINTED OROANI
(* indicates appointed in 1959
SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN
LILLIAN GOODMAN
OR. MICHAEl GOODMAN
JACK 0. GORDON
PAUL OORDON
MRS. CHARLES GOTTLIEB
MRS. MILTON GREEN
'MRS DAVID ORtENBERG
JUDGE HARRY A. OREENBERO
JEROME O. GREENE
MRS. RALPH HANKIN
**? HERBERT HETKIN
MAX JACOBSON
ERNEST JAMS
MRS/ SOLOMON KAMN
JACK KATZMAN
MRS. EMERY KEMENY
'MRS. DAVID KIRSH
RABBI LEON KRONHJH
HASKEll LAZRRE
MRS. PHILIP LEFKOWITZ
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
MRS. ESTHER LERMAN
MURRAY LEVINE
MRS. SIDNEY LEWIS
MRS. SOL MARGOUIS
GOVERNORS
MRS. JEAN LEttMAN
MRS IRVING IEMRMAM
EM1EI LESOWODER
DAVE lEVINfON
J. GERALD LEWIS
J. DAVID HERMAN
HERBERT R. UNICK
JOSEPH M. UPTON
OSCAR MAMBER
SIDNEY MANK
MARVIN MARKOWITZ
HERMAN MARKS
PAUL MARKS
JOSEPH MECHIOW
MAX MEISEl
LOUIS MiRWITZER
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
MRS. ANNA BRENNER MYERS
IRVING MILLER
MRS. JOSEPH MINTZES
MORRIS MINOV
A J. MOIASKY
EMIR* MORTON
KENNETH MYERS
MRS. HARRY PLATOFF
JACK POPTCK
JACOB RABINOWITZ
ICE RATNER
MRS. MATIIDA RATNH
MARVIN RAUZIN
BEN RIMER
PAUL RIMMEIR
LEO ROBINSON
LEONARD ROSEN
JULIUS ROSENSTEIN
SAM ROST
IRVING SAM
r
ZATIONAL DELEGATES
I960 repreienuiivej not yt hanitd)
MRS A. HERBERT MATHES
BERYL MORRISON
MRS. DAVID MUSNAT
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
Al OSSIP
MAURICE PiARLSTEIN
ARTHUR PEKELNER
NRTE PERLMUTTER
*AL OUADOW
RABBI JOSEPH RACK0VSKY
OH. RAPPAPORT
MAURICE REVTTZ
COL NATHAN B ROOD
HERSCHEl ROSENTHAl
'MRS. OHIA RUBIN
UOYD RUSKIN
LEE RUWITCH
RABBI M. J. SAPRA
MRS. PHIL SAMET
SEYMOUR SAMfT
MRS. FRED SANDIER
'HAROLD SAXE
IRVING SCHATCMAN
MRS. LEOPOLD I. SCHWARTZ
LOWS SCMWARTZMAN
ISRAEL SCHULTZ
JACOB SHER
WILLIAM D. SINGER
CAUL WEfNKtE
MRS. SAM SAKRAIS
JACK SANDIER
MRS. SAM T. SAPIRO
SAM E SCHWARTZ
PAWL SHDERMAN
MRS. HENRY SIITUN
JOHN SERBIN
FRED SHOCHET
WIILIAM SILVERSTEIN
ISIDODE R. SIMKOWITZ
MORRIS SIMON
LAWRENCE SINGER
MILTON SIRKIN
MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
ADM H. M. SOBEl
GEORGE SOOO
AN SOIOSKO
MRS. GERALD SOITZ
JUDGE HAROLD SPAET
DR. JESS SPIRER
SAMUEL STARK
JOSEPH R. STEIN
BERNARD STEVENS
MRS. BERNARD STEVENS
MRS. CARL SUSSKIND
WILLIAM SUSSMAN
MEYER TEIOMAN
JOHN TEMPIE
JACK TOPPEll
ROBERT TURCHIN
WILLIAM WEINTRAUB
EUGENE J. WEISS
A. B. WIENER
STANLEY WOLFF
OSCAR ZEITZER
MRS. OSCAR ZEITZER
HARRY ZUKERNKK
MICKEY SEGAU
'BERNARD SCRKIN
'RABBI HERSCHEl SAVIHE
MRS. JOSEPH SHAPIRO
MRS. LARRY SILVERMAN
MM. SOL SILVERMAN
GEORGE A. SIMON
MRS. GEORGE A. SIMON
HARRY SIMONHOFF
MM. OSCAR SINDELl
DR. NATHANIEL SOROFF
CHARLES Z. SPINGARN
JOSHUA STADIAN
MM. MAX STADLER
EDWARD STERN
LOOTS STERNSHETN
HAROLD STRUMPF
MM. BERNARD SUPWORTH
OTJOROS J. TALIANOFF
'MM. ALVIN WANK
'RABBI ALFRED WAXMAN
DR. SIMON WNJNSKY
NATHAN WINOKUR
DR. CRIA WOHL
JOE ZAUS
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Additional nominations may be presented to the Secretary of Federation.by written petition of any 19 members in good standing
(contributors of $10 and over) and should be submitted to the Federation office not later than June 111b. According to tbe By-
Laws no additional nominations can be made at the Annual Meeting itself.
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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIWPIIN
Two New Year Books Offer Wealth of Information
\
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^OTICE SHOULD BE taken of tf>is deeply absorbing
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article on "Israel's Security and Her International Posi-
tion," by David Ben-Gurion, straight through to the adver-
tisements in the back, the Year-Book is gold-mine of in-
formation about the State, most of which would otherwise
remain unknown to non-Israelis.
Included are the laws passed by the Third Knesset,
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
basic principles of governnaeni prograaa. and tho-e4ivities..
%( every ministry in the government, with listings of their
memberships. The sections of Foreign Affairs and Relig-
ious Affairs are of particular Interest to American Jews.
Ben-Gurion's frank disclosure which opens the book,
speaks of many areas. On Germany, for example, that
"only someone who lives completely in the past and does
not understand the changes that have occurred in (he
world can believe in the possibility that Hitler's Germany
may be resurrected." On the enmity of the Arabs: that
"the gains have outweighed the losses ... in a state of
peace with our neighbors we should have done more to
Israel's Social Progress Dwarfs Arab Republic's
United Nations
CIGURES CAN TELL some fascinating
tales. True, they can also lie. But
one way of determining the truth or
falisty of figures is by tracing them to
their source. Right now, there are many
statistics available in regard to Israel
and to the Arab world. The source isj
indisputable. They come straight from
the latest issue of the annual Statistica
rbooK com-
noBMBi......1'W" MMMH '"nii.i.!^
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Book of Jewish Value
BHILIP ROTH is a brilliant wri-
ter with a craftsmanship that
holds out great literary promise
for that young man. If literary
merit alone were the guidepost for
the Jewish Book Council in select-
ing the best books of the year, few
indeed would be inclined to quar-
rel with its singling out of Roth's
"Goodbye, Columbus." However, since the selection
was admittedly predicated on the formulation that
the book was the outstanding novel of Jewish inter-
est in 1959, there is room for questioning both the
wisdom and competence of the choice.
I am not of the school that subscribes to the
thesis that radiance must light up all the pages of
Jewish books, or that the author of a denigrating
piece ipso facto excludes himself from the coterie
of Jewish writing. However, whn on writs deroga-
tory pieces ad nauseum. without pausing for a mo-
ment to look into the brighter corners of Jewish life,
there is reason to suspect that the author is either
completely unfamiliar with Jewish life in its positive
aspects or that his motivation stems from a per-
sonality blackspot.
In any event, to say of a book that drips with
disrespect and detestation of Jewish life that it is
the best novel of Jewish interest is a travesty, an
insult to Jewish values. How could the judges have
given that accolade to Roth if they read the piece
about Eli the fanatic, or the yarn about a couple of
goldbricking GIs who utilize their "Jewishness" for
selfish chiseling?
In this corner's opinion it was a grave mistake
for the Jewish Book Council to extend "Jewi. terest" recognition to a book that shows no under-
standnig whatever of basic Jewish values or proper
appreciation of the sensitive American Jew's rela-
tionship to his heritage. Criticism of Jewish life,
or portrayal of its pattern in somber colors is of
course permissible, in fact desireable in all art-
forms. But when one makes a fetish of it, the story
has another ending.
The need for unity in Jewish life has long been
the theme of Jewish leadership whose concern pro-
jects beyond office thresholds. Unfortunately ef-
forts to form a central body with authority to act
as the sole voice of the American Jewish commun-
ity have not materialized in the past even though
they had the backing of the vast majority of Jewish
public opinion.
Now there is a movement anew to unify Amer-
ican Jewry, to create an instrument that would
serve as the voice for the total Jewish community
in the United States on all matters of basic interest,
whether here or abroad. There is no predicting of
coure the fate of the new effort, but it would seem
from reactions so far that there is wide receptivity
to the move initiated at the recent convention of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America. Implementing of
the decision is in the hands of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, national representative body of all
shades of Jewish religious thinking.
The need for a single voice in American Jewry
is so obvious that it is puzzling why its attainment
in the past has been so challenging. It is a good
augury that the newest effort in that direction has
now been initiated by the men of-the. cloth.
There are naturally profound differences of
theological opinion among the rabbis of the various
.school* of religious thought in Judasim today.
piled and published by the United Nations. The Yearbook
a 618-page volume packed with data, tables, appendices
and thousands of footnotes-^-does not make comparisons.
But this correspondentwith deliberate intentdid com-
pare Israel with its most vociferous enemy, the United
Arab Republic. Here are some of the results:

EDUCATIONIn the entire United Arab Republic, in-
cluding both Egypt and Syria, there are 12,102 schools,
ranging in program from preschool education to colleges,
universities and specialized technical schools. Simple
arithmetical computation, based on the total population
of Egypt and Syria, as shown in the Yearbook, reveals
that the UAR has one school per population of 1,918in-
cluding men, women and children of all ages.
Israel is credited in the Yearbook with a total of 3,496
schools of all typesfrom preschool to college and techni-
cal education. Using the same procedure, we find that
Israel has one school per population of 571 of both sexes
and all ages. Roughly, then, about four times as many
Israelis are provided with educational opportunities as
are the residents of the UAR.
Egypt alone, with ten times Israel's population, has
only 915,827 female student* of all ages. Israel has 207.796
female students. The difference in educational oppor-
tunities for girls and women is obvious.
e
NEWSPAPERSThe UAR has increased its con-
sumption of newsprintthe type of paper used for news-
paper publication. Egypt now consumes 515,000 tons of
newsprint annuallySyria, perhaps because the figure
would be very low, did not report on this item. Egypt has
an average newpaper circulation of 25 per 1,000 persons.
Israel consumes 361,000 tons of newsprint. Israel's
average newspaper circulation per 1,000 population is 199.

BOOKSHere, again, Syria did not give figures. But
Egypt claimed that it had published 1,881 books in year
reported to the UN. During the same period, Israel pub-
lished 1,183 boks.
e
INFANT MORTALITYOne of the social statistic-
ian's chief guidelines, in attempting to judge a country's
status in regard to health care, is the infant mortality rate.
Once more, Syria isn't talking. Egypt, in this instance,
is also tight-lipped. In the infant mortality tables, neither
of the UAR regions has provided any data. But Israel's
infant mortality rate is shown going down steadily, year
by year since the rebirth of the State in 1948.
In 1948 out of every 1.000 live births in Israel, among
the Jewish population, 36.3 children died before they
reached the age of one year. By 1958,4he latest reported
in the Yearbook, that rate had fallen to exactly 31. It is
the lowest infant mortality rate in all of Asia, by .far the
lowest in the entire Mediterranean area of Africa.

No one is mentioning either Israel or the Arab states
explicitly in the current debates, inside the Security Coun-
cil or outside the conference chamber. But everyone here
from the Big Power representatives and ranking mem-
bers of the Secretariat on downis aware of this fact: The
Middle East in general and the Israel-Arab contentions
particularly are on the agenda.
Israel's stake was great in the Summit meeting that
collasped so shamefully in Paris.
-develop our industry, but ... we would then have become
an urban people, as we were in the Diaspora; we would
have built a Jewish Carthage, which would have dis-
appointed all the hope* and prospect* of our revival." o'n
Israel herself: she "can have no security without immigra-
tion." And later: "Two basic aspirations underlie all our-
work In this country: to be like all the nations, and to be
different from all the nations."
There are dozens of other aspects of the Year Book
which even a detailed review could hardly begin to limn.
Every page is an educational adventure in living historv
*
AMERICAN JEWISH YIAR BOOK I960. Volume 61. Pre-
pared by the American Jewish Committee. 474 pe
Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of
America. $400.
Volume 61 of the American Jewish Committee's vl-
uable handbook on Jewish affairs throughout the world is
now available. Following the format of previous years,
the Year Book devotes a substantial section to American
Jewish life, including demographic data and excellent dis.
cussions on current problems. This is followed by a sur-
vey of every country which has a Jewish population or
is of inteVest to Jews. Directories of national Jewish or-
ganizations, periodicals, Jewish book's, and deaths, plus
' calendars complete the Year Book. It would be difficult
indeed to find a volume* more useful, thorough or up-to-
date.
r I".-, ..c .-.- i'h.-l.u.' K
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Cost of Celebration
Jerusalem
IT COST ISRAEL eight million Is-
raeli pounds to celebrate the
Tenth Anniversary of her inde-
pendence, according to the figures
contained in the State Comptrol-
ler's Report for 1958-59, which has j
just been released In Jerusalem.
However, the Central Tenth An-
niversary committee had also about 3,500,000 pounds
Of income. Thus the net cost to the taxpayer was
about- 4,500,000 pounds.
The largest single expenditure of the budget
was the minting of special memorial coins and me-
dallions which cost 1.9 million, and the sale of which
did not bring more than 2.2 million pounds. How-
ever, the organizers of the celebrations can have the -
dubious pleasure of knowing that they still have j
about 870,000 pounds worth of unsold coins and '
medallions.
The State Comptroller is rather critical nf the
way in which the financial affairs of the anniversary
celebrations have been conducted. The bookkeeping
was not too up-to-date nor too exact, the Comptroller
claims. "For a no small number of payments of con-
siderable amount, made by the Tenth Anniversary
Committee, no written documents could be fojnd at j
all," declared the report. /
The outstanding point of criticism in the report
on the Tenth Anniversary celebrations is reserved
for the arrangement of the performance of Christo-
pher Fry's Biblical Drama, "The Firstborn."
It cost a total of 179,510 Israeli pounds to stage
the teh performances of the pla.y which were sup- :
posed to be the artistic highpoint of the Indepen- *
dence Day celebrations. The sale of tickets, how- j
ever, netted only 38,122 pounds leaving a net deficit ;
of 141.388 pounds. The Comptroller claims that the ;
"Prime Minister's office hopes that the deficit will
bo paid back to the Anniversary Committee by a
third party."
Another interesting part of the Comptroller's |
j report deals with the Israel Army and the Muuslry
Of Defense. While, naturally, no figures are dis-
closed on total military expenditures, there are sev-
eral interesting sidelights in the report.

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Between You and He:
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BORIS SMOLAR
The New Move to Develop Jewish Leadership
UORE AND MORE Jewish commun
" ities are now establishing "leader!
ship awards" to develop new leadership.
The latest are those in Buffalo, Colum-
bus and Louisville. This brings the total
of sUch communities to 20. The award!
consists of sending the winner to partici-
pate in the year's General Assembly of'
the Council of Jewish Federations and BBj
Welfare Funds. Intensive training programs to prepare
young leaders for communal service has become one of
the activities to which the CJFWF pays particular atten-
tion.
These activities have been reflected in a series of
meetings that have, in the last few months, involved 24
communities in several regions. Representatives of the
24 communities met in four different inter-city confer
ences to review their activities in developing systematic
training. A conference was held in Baltimore with W
resentatives of that city plus Boston, Newark, Philadel-
phia and Pittsburgh.
Another conference was held in Rochester which in-
cluded Toronto, Buffalo, and Syracuse. A third was he
in Hartford which included Albany, Bridgeport. >
Haven, Springfield, Waterbury, and Worche ur. TM
fourth was held in Chicago involving CincinnaL CI***"
land, Detroit. Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and St. Louis. ta
of these conferences focused on alj phases of learlerstip
training, including the placement of "graduate* of I"*
ing programs in community agencies.
In the main, the programs are directed at young P
pie beteween 25 aqd 35 years of age. Cleveland proved u
exception, seeking out potential leaders between 35 i
45 because of the need for people who could be pU^
quickly in leadership positions.


Friday^ June 3, I960
fJenisti fieri'Jrdtr/
Israel Rushes
Eichmann Trial
.-wrfl r>..|. Q* ,,,i,,;
Qpntinuec1 from Pag* 1-A
pressed his readiness to collabo-
rate with his captors to clarify
from the historical viewpoint those
events of World War II i wh*h
he played a part.
Eichmann told his interrogators
that he was twice a prisoner of the
United States Army after World
War II, and made good his escape
on. both occasions. When he was
first captured by the Americans,
he'-' managed to conceal his true
identity by disguising himself as a
private in the German Luftwaffe,
he revealed. Later, when he was
transferred to another prisoners'
camp, he posed as a lieutenant in
the Waffen SS.
Eichmann, then a colonel in the
Elite Guard, was captured by the
Americans about May 8, 1945. Just
before-his capture, he said, he
managed lo get rid of his SS uni-
form1 and personal documents and
dressed himself in the uniform of
a Luftwaffe private. He gave his
American captors a false name,
and said he had destroyed his doc-
uments in keeping with instructions
from th> German Army.
Page U-A
for torn* reason, the tattoo
mark on his loft hand, indicat-
.r.g his blood group, was not
noticed. Eichmann assumed the
role of a private, although he
know that officers received bet-
ter treatment as prisoners, be-
cause ho thought less interest
would bo paid to a private than
to an officer.
While he was being transferred
to another American prison camp.
Eichmann disclosed, he again
chanced his identity, this time as-
suming the rank of a Waffen SS
lieutenant since that rank would
explain the SS tattoo on his hand.
Israel authorities continued to
maintain the strictest secrecy as
to where Eichmann had been cap-
tured. However, they disclosed
that the Israeli security forces had
not been aided by the intelligence
forces of any other country in lo-
cating the fugitive.
Magistrate Emanuel Halevi, of
Tel Aviv, who isued the detention
order, said Eichmann seemed
somewhat upset when he replied
to the charge with the statement
t^at "I am not guilty." The pris-
oner said he would like legal coun-
sel, which authorities said would
be provided him.
Meanwhile the general feeling in
Moshe Sharett (right), member of Israel's Parliament and for-
mer Prime Minister of Israel, talks with Jacob Katzman. Mrs.
Jack Popick. and Mrs. Katzman (left to right), who are visiting
Israel as members of a Greater Miami Israel Bond delegation.
Mr. and Mrs. Sharett entertained the 15 Bond leaders at tea
in their Jerusalem home on May 21.
xirted to be "hang him." Prison
officials said that the Israel gal-
ows had been destroyed after cap-
ital punishment was abolished. It
Eichmann is convicted and sen-
enced to death, a new gallows
.vill ha.ve to be built.
Many Jews who war* surviv-
ors of Nazi extermination camps
telephoned pol!co headquarters
volunteering their services as
executioners of Eichmann in the
event ho is convicted and sen-
tenced to death, police reported.
It was not clear whether Eich-
mann would be accused of mass
nurders or of a "crime against
he Jewish people." Either charge
;r both would be possible under
he Israel Jaw.for the punishment
if Nazis and Nazi collaborators.
Both involve the death penallty.
The tremendous worldwide in-
terest evoked by the dramatic
capture of Hitler's mass murder
specialist is expected to result in
an unusually large attendance at
'.he trial by both newspaper and
other communications correspond
tntf and observers. Since most Is-
rael courtrooms- are small, the
trial will probably he held in a
Jerusalem public hall.
The court is expected to be made
up of three or five judges, and
some of them are expected to be
justices of Israel's Supreme Court
specially appointed to the district
bench for the trial. Numerous wit-
nesses are expected from West
enlarged by advisors and experts
iron) abroad, it was reported.
Israel officials intend to make
sure that the trial is conducted in
3 fashion to give it a true color of
nternational process. While the
rial will be conducted in Hebrew,
a staff of multi-lingual translator*
vill provide simultaneous interpre-
ations in the various languages.
Former West German Presi-
dent Theodor Heuss, who is vis-
iting Israel, commented: "I well
understand th great excitement
among all citizens of Israel." Ho
was quoted as saying ho wat
ate Eichmann's case would t>e
handled in a just manner since
Eichmann was a major war
criminal and headed the list of
these criminals in Germany.
Dr.- Nahum Goldmann, president
if the World Zionist Organization,
aid he hoped Eichmann's trial
vould be "a classic case of the
Jewish people in Israel against the
)erson who implemented the mass
nurder of six millions." Eich-
mann's capture by the Jewish peo-
>)e had "historical significance,"
le added.
Chief pabbi Yitzhak Nissim de-
scribed Eichmann as a criminal
whose like is unknown in all of
'srael's history of persecutors.
Hundreds of thousands of the Chil-
dren of Israel who have been be-
reaved and tortured by this oppres-
sion look to the courts to judge
tim with the maximum severity
of the law."
The master Nazi war criminal,
was traced, tracked down and cap-
Germany and other European
Tel Aviv about Eichmann was re-1 countries. The prosecution may be tured by Israel security personnel
tlone, the head of1 Israel'- Securi-
V Service declared this week in
ienying a report that a Jew whose
arnily had rerished.in Nari gas
chambers was the first man to lo-
cate Eichmann.
Insi-tin tfa t r.o one outside the
security services could claim any
-hare in Ihe Eichmann seizure,
he security chief also denied re-
ports that the capturers would be
gives money awards. He said:
No material, prize can take the
d the feeling of satisfaction
And. contentment of those who
"cur.d him an: brought him here."
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Friday, June 3. 1960
Back to Old
Diplomacy
By MAX LERNER
Paris
Is this a time to break a feeble lance in defense of summitry?
Maybe not but 1 do so anyway.
Greenberg Again
Elected President
Judge Harry Greenberg has been
reelected president lor a second
term of Temple Beth Sholom.
Others elected are Sidney Ansin,
Frank Kamen, Samuel Grit and
Charles Silvers, vice presidents;
Maiiry S. Olinick, treasurer; James
M. Albert, financial secretary; and
Dr. Norman J. Russ, general sec-
retary.
The air is full of denunciations, not only Elected to the board of direc-
dl the Paris shambles but of the whole idea of future summits. -Good-' t0rs for a three-year term are Leon
bye to all that," say the embittered realists and the bruised, lacerated j. Ell, Tom C. Kravitz, Alvin B.
idealists These embattled goodbyes, alas, are a luxury we cannot af Lowe, Howard H. Miller, Judge
ford Summitry, like sex, may be sinful, flamboyant and disillusioning, Kenneth Oka, Sol S. Pine, David
but like sex. summitry is a fact of life and here to stay. D. Pollack. Alexander R u b i n,
The old methods of diplomacy we are told, should never have been Ralph Spero, R. Preston Tisch.
abandoned They were secret, dignified, understated, ritualized. They Elected for one-year terms were
never let a statesman flail Ms arms before 2.000 reporters in a propa- Jonas Brotman and Louis Snet-
ganda tantrum nor did they humiliate another by making him its target, man.
Summits are febrile affairs. They breed a hectic flush and lead to
hvsteria. They polarize whatever tensions exist in the world. They
lend themselves to propaganda displays. If the summit fails the burden
of guilt is thrust from one camp to another and the consequences ot
failure are far-reaching. If it succeeds it could have been .achieved by
less dramatic means.

SO THE CRY ARISES, "Back to the old diplomacy." 1 do not join
in the cry. The classical system of world politics on which the old
diplomacy rested is dead. It was maimed by the rise of world Commun-
ism and got its deathblow from nuclear weapons.
When your opponent is convinced that history will sweep you into
the dustbin he becomes an ally of history and doesn't send polite notes.
When the atomic countdown is moving fast, threatening destruction for
both of you, then you had better talk fast, preferably with the head man.

ACTUALLY, SUMMITRY WAS .NOT started by the Communists.
Lenin went to no summits and Stalin only to The Allied summits engi-
neered by FDR. If there was a single architect of summitry it
Franklin Roosevelt. It furnished Jiim a way by which a restless, ener-
Formal election will be Saturday
evening at the Temple's 18th an-
nual meeting, to be preceded by
a cocktail party and dinner. In
charge of arrangements is Harold
Hirshfeld.
Retirees Hear
Helen Alpert
"Wake up Younger and Hippi,
r" is the title of a talk Helen Al-
pert was to gtve Thursday evening
' to senior citizens in the Wofford
' Beach hotel.
_The hotel's social director is 77-
< year-old Mrs. Jennie Cohen, of An-
Kiistoft, Ala.
Miss Alpert is president of the
First Retirement Foundation,, a-
itionwide organization, with Miami
headquarters in the Langford bldg.
The Foundation provides oldsters
needs in drugs, medicines, travel,
retiree housing and health plans.
JUDCl MAItT 6REENIMC
Rabbi Landau
In New Pulpit
Rabbi Sol Landau, associate rab-
bi of Park Synagogue, Cleveland,
O., has been elected to the pulpit
of Congregation Beth Hillel in Wil-
mette. 111.
Beth Hillel is one of the fast-
m | growing Conservative congrega-
tions on Chicago's north shore.
Brother of Mrs. Nathan Glover,
getic. self-confident President, bursting with ideas, impatient at delays, 142 Samana dr Miami Rabbi
could be his own Secretary of State and make a bid for world leadership \ Laundau reCently'published "Chris-
Khrushchev is also restless, energetic and supremely confident that
he can out-talk, out-think and out-propagandize his opposite numbers.
This fails to make me flinch. We shall have De Gaulle on our side at
the next summit, too.
De Gaulle, although the last great figure of classical world politics,
seems meant for summit confrontations. He does not have Khrush-
chev's freewheeling flamboyance, but he has weight, style and intuitive
power. And he remains unrattled under fire. Macmillan will also be
there, unfailingly the middleman. And the American? If only we
could choose a President on whose shoulders the Roosevelt cape could
fit.
*- -
THE PURPOSE OF A SUMMIT is to bypass the underlings while
building on their knowledge and work, and get face-to-face exchanges
that remove the roadblocks. Inevitably the summits also become
propaganda arenas, but must we remain scared babies about propa-
ganda?
It is the heart of political warfare, which is a happy and necessary
substitute for nuclear warfare. I ask the drumbeaters against further
summitry: What is your alternative? Shall we .use conferences of for-
eign ministers? Repeatedly in the past they have bogged down for
lack of power. Shall we use experts, as in the Geneva atomic talks?
They con do no more than the political chiefs behind them direct them
to do. Shall we use the ambassadors? 1 doubt whether Thompson is
Moscow or Menshikov in Washington would solve the Berlin issue, which
is multilateral and requires a roundtable, not a tete-a-tete.
Shall we use the UN and Hammarskjold? But the UN easily be-
comes a propaganda sounding board, as witness Gromyko's tirade, and
a Hammarskjold stymied on Egypt and Israel will scarcely solve Berlin.
THERE IS LITTLE CHOICE. We have to develop a temper and
skill for summitry. Then we shall have to wait not only for a new
American President but for Khrushchev to dispose of the internal and
Chinese fetters that now seem to tie his hands, judging from the tri-
uphant mood of Communist China, which is celebrating a glorious vic-
tory.
This may mean waiting a longish spell. Yes. summits are shrill,
feverish, hysterical, but so are American Presidential conventions. The
summits, even the wrecked ones, have compensations by focusing world
attention on world leaders. We condition ourselves slowly to world
thinking.
No. this wn not the wrong road we took. It was the right one. but
crash came because one of the drivers dozed at the wheel and the-t>ther
was,drunk with power, or something.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jackson leaving June 11 ,
on the Oslofjord for the Scandinavian countries
. Itinerary will also include Great Britain and
Ireland They intend "to return early in Sep-
tember ...
Pierre Mande, of 2485 Trapp ave., Coconut
Grove, writing friends from Paris about his heart-
rending visit with his two brothers in Israel The violinist spent
the two Passover Seders with thema reunion after 23 years .
"It would take a talented pen of Bialik" to describe the meeting,
he says .
. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin (Yetta) Isenberg, 1600 Collins ave.,
will be celebrating their golden wedding anniversary on June 7
. But residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged will wish them
well two days earlierat a party at the Home on Sunday "."The
couple are active at the Home, as they were in Philadelphia, prior
to their retirement here four years ago Ben and Yetta have one
son. Lee, of Chicago, three grandchildren, and two great-grand-
children.

The Martin Grossmans, 18850 NE 20th ct., are expecting some-
time in August It'll be their second Martin's a veteran in-
surance executive .
Friends are ottering congratulations to Milton and Esther
Steinhardt on their new granddaughter, titian-haired Erin Gae .
Joan and Jerry Stein are the proud parents .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis leaving for Balitmore to attend the
graduation of their son, Edwjn Gilbert, from the University of
Maryland school of medicine The June 6 commencement will
also be the occasion for Edwin's wife, Rosalie, to receive her Mas-
ter of Arts degree The couple were married last September,
and Rosalie'ls the daughter of Mr! and Mrs. O. D. Tarigan, of
Baltimore Following graduation, the couple leave for Texas,
where he will intern at the U.S. Army Hospital.

Mrs. Jack (Thelma) Wilco and children, Elaine, Alan and
Leigh, will be flying to their hometown, Toronto, Canada, to spend
the summer wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hailman .
Jack is to join the family in Toronto the latter part of the summer,
after which they expect to return to their home a.t 337 W. 13th st.,
Hialeah Thelma is vice president of membership of Temple
Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood Jack is on the Temple's board of
directors ...
Howard Jay Eisen, graduate of South Broward High School and
recipient of several national chemical research awards, has just
received a Harvard College national scholarship The latest
award is in recognition of his "exceptional intellectual promise and
strength of character and personality," and is the highest honor
Harvard College confers on an incoming freshman Howard's
sister, Arleen Joan. 16, a junior at South Broward High School, has
been selected to participate in the National Science Foundation
Htfift School Research Program at the University of Florida" this,
summer .-. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Eisen,
21010 NE 26th ave., Miami .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Bernice) Simon, 19331 NE 19th ave.,
No. Miami Beach, and their children, Larry, Richard and Amy,
will spend the month of June in Cleveland, O., with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baygel Bernice is the newly-installed
president of Adath Yeshurun Temple Sisterhood.
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Mrs. Austin Burke among this area's traveling gals in Russia
... A licensed amateur radio operator, teacher, and formerly active
in electronics at the University of Illinois, Mrs. B. participates in the
programs of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital and Variety
Children's Hospital Telephoned Austin from Helsinki prior to
final leg of trip to the Soviet Union Now buyer and general
manager of the Burke sportswear department, she expects to bring
back some "fabulous" Russian, suits for display"the epitome of
quality" or not.
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Name tapes are sewed onto Buck and Johnny's summer out-
fits, and they are ready for their mother, Mrs. Burton B. (Grace)
Goldstein to take them to Camp Arrowhead .
Off to New York to see her son, James, is Mrs, Howard R.
Hirsch prior to his departure for Europe He's a student at
Columbia U. .
Mrs. Charles Branson entertained friends at a luncheon last
week at the Roney Plaza Guests included Mrs. Leo Falk, Mrs.
Sam Greenfield. Mrs. Edward Siegel, Mrs. Ezra Finegold, Mrs.
Joseph Pollak, Mrs. Richard Bergman, Mrs. Dorothy Kaufman .
Howard Grove calls Isabel every night from New york .
She'll be driving to Gotham Town with her niece. Karole Karlin .
Karote's leaving for France and art study at the Sorbonne Isa-
bel will stay in their New York apartment and unwind from the
strenuous club year.
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Excitement ahead for the Ben Zion Ginsburgs in New York on
June 5 Son-in-law Jack Rosoff will be ordained as a rabbi at
the Jewish Theological Seminary of America Ben will be in
the academic procession as a' congregational representative of
Temple Emanu-El Barby is planning a buffet dinner party the
night before to welcome her parents and Jack's father and mother,
Mr. and-Mrs. Samuel B. Rosoff, and their relatives, of Boston .
After that, it's a quickie business trip to Chicago for the Ginsburgs,
and then back home ...

Arthur Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and his Claire in a huddle with people at the
Deauville they hadn't seen for years Leon and Dorothy Kaplan _
taking a long time through the receiving line because-everyone
wanted to say hello to them ,. Judge and Mrs. Irving (Hazel) Cypen
still managing a smile-even if it was their fourth event that eve-
ning The Leo Eisensteins excited about their cousin, whom they
had never met before Stanley C. Myers arriving late from
another meeting, with his Martha relieved about not having to-
watch for him at the door any longer ... The Maurice Pearlsteins
ereetine old friends Anna Brenner Meyers arriving out of
breath from the first PTA meeting at .the new Miami Beach High
School ...
The site' Why the Greater Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women's social affair last Wednesday eve to dele-
gates from across the country attending Council's Presidents Insti-
tute on Miami Beach.
~<3fewisli CToridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 3, 1960
Section B
At recent installation of officers of Shalom
chapter of E'nai B'rith Women are (left to
right) Mrs. Irving Brenner,- membership vice
president; Mrs. GerakfSoliz, president of B'nai
B'rith Women, District 5, who was installing
officer; Mrs. Kenneth Kerapler, coordinating
vice president; Mrs. Irving Kaye, president;
Mrs. Gordon Marmorstein, ways and means
vice president; and Mrs. Marvin Firtell, pro-
gram vice president. Ceremonies were at the
Dupont Plaza hotel.
Hostesses who made the annual open house Katzman, Mrs. Alan Lipton, Mrs. Robinson,
for new members of the American Jewish Com- Mrs. William Finsten, Mrs. Peretz Scheinberg
mittee a sUccess at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs, Melvyn Frumkes.
Leo Robinson recently included Mrs. James
s Hadassah Group
Installs Officers
Chaim Weizmann group of Ha-
dassah will hold its annual instal-
lation dinner on Sunday evening at
the Royal Hungarian restaurant
Mrs. Harvey Cypress will be
installing officer, and Mrs. Louis
Bederman is scheduled as guest
speaker._______________________
Officers are Mesdames Harold
Hurwitz. president; Nat Goldberg,
Harry Kornfield, Rosalyn Strauss,
William Winkler, vice presidents;
Sam Harris, recording secretary;
Gertrude Solon, corresponding sec-
retary; Sam Herschfield, treas-
urer: Dorothy Morris, financial
secretary; and Hyman Sootm,
chapter representative.
Annual Picnic Scheduled
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood will Have its annual picnic on
Father's Day, June 19, at Cran-
don Park, Pit 6.
Mrs. David Sherper, newy-elected president of the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of Miami, receives the gavel from retiring
president Mrs. David Greenberg. Miami Council coordinates
the activities of nine B'nai B'rith chapter* in the Greater Miami
area.
Catktail Dinner Deuce "*
Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister-
hood will hold a cocktail dance and
installation at the Dunes motel on
Saturday evening.

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Sunshine Group | aeAloloy Flower Talk
"Silver Tea' Here

Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a 'Silver Tea"
at the First Federal Savings and
Loan bldg.. 900 NE 125th st., on
Monday. 1:30 p.m.
Mrs Philip Straus, membership
vice president, announces thai the
ticket of admission is a prospective
member.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Straus and Mrs. Meyer Gor-
don.
CHARLES S. LAVIN
ANNOUNCES MM
ORGANIZATION PUNS
Presentation of the DeMolay
1 Flower Talk was given at the Hi-
biscus Masonic Lodge Auditorium.
; on Tuesday, with dramatization fly
the Southwest Lodge DeMolay
Team. Program was under the
direction of Stanley Phillips, chair-
man of Hibiscus DeMolay commit
tee. and sponsored by the Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge.
CHARLES S. LAVIN,
ideas have ben editorialized in
(leader's Digest, announces the
addition of the famous Palm
Beach Hotel at Palm Beach,
Florida. This is a truly luxurious
place for retirement; the average
rate being $98.50 per month per
person, double occupancy which
includes three meals a day.
Single rooms are also availabfe.
Special dietary kitchen and din-
ing room available at $1.00 par
day extra charge.
Reservations are now being ac-
cepted for our new Cardan
Ming. Mentals start at $86.50 per
month per person, which in-
cludes a lovely private room
With running water, and three
well-prepared meals a day. Also
these guests may enjoy the same
social activities as those in the
main building.
Regardless of your age, yon can
now join The Charles S. Lavin
Retirement Organization, the
dues being one dollar ($1.00)
per year. This entitles you to a
monthly bulletin and should a
member come to one of our
hotels as a permanent guest, ho
or she will receive a discount of
$100.00 the end of the first year.
ZOA District
Elects Officers
James David Liebman has been
reelected president of the Miami
Cables Zionist District.
Other officers named at a re-
cent meeting include Ephraim i'nl-
tin- Isidor Dickman. Meyer "Fine,
Moses Meyer. Harold Shapiro, and
Harvey Sootin. vice presidents.
Mrs. Pauline Leviek. treasurer;
Mrs L B. Sachs, corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. Morris Simon,
recording secretary.
Annual barbecue of the organi-
zation will be held June 19 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Le
vine, 911 Miller rd. Proceeds are
for the Klar Silver Agricultural
School in Israel. Sam Levine is
chairman and coordinator of the
function.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kasow will be
honored for their activity in behalf
of the Miami-Gables Zionist Dis
trict.
Greater Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, hosts reception for members of
the Presidents Institute sponsored by* the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women at the Deau-
ville hotel. Ready to greet Section presidents
who came from all parts of the country recent-
ly are (left to riant) Mrs. Sidney Lewis.
5resident. Greater M ytnes, national president, NCIW; Mrs. Jos-
eph Willen. national vice president and chair-
man of the Institute; Mrs. Lazere Levy, tioo
chairman of the Institute; Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man, founder-president of the Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations, and past
president of Greater Miami Section, in
charge of the local arrangements for the Insti-
tute; Mrs. Samuel Gertman, past president of
Greater Miami Section, in charge of hostesses;
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national rice president;
Mrs. Paul David: national board member; Mrs
Raphael R. Goldenberg, assistant recording
secretary; Mrs. Leonard Weiner, national vice
president; Miss Hannah Slein. executive direc-
tor. National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs.
Moise S. Cahn, honorary vice president; and
Mrs. Aaron Farr. pent president of the South-
ern Interstate Region, now serving on the na
tional board, chairman of the reception
For specific > information
regarding the numerous
Lavin Retirement Hotels
throughout the country,
please write Charles S.
Lavin as noted below.
There is no obligation.
Diplomat Bids
Due This Week
Construction bids are due back
this week on new building plans
contemplated by the Diplomat Ho-
tel and Country Club. Hollywood.
On the drawing boards are a 150-
room inn. adjacent to the Diplo-
mat Country Club, and conversion
into rooms of 46 cabanas at the
Diplamat East.
Conversion of the cabanas is ex-
pected to start on Oct. 1, and will
have all the latest facilities, in
eluding air conditioning. Start of
the ISO-room inn, which will be a
separate entity tthough on the 400
acre Diplomat premises, is still un-
tain. awaiting the bids before Dip-
lomat owner Samuel Friedland
gives the go-ahead on construction.
The new inn. plus the cabana
conversions, will mark another
step in the expansion plans of the
Diplomat. The inn will have its
own col lee shop, meeting rooms'
and pool. Melvin Grossman is the
architect for botth propects. He
designed the Diplomat's new-
two million dollar convention hall.
Charles S. Lavin
j Lavin Palm Beach Hotel
235 Sunrise Avenue
Palm Beach, Florida
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Junior Auxiliary Installs Officers
Mrs. Xewis Cole began her sec-
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ior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
for the Aged when she was install-
ed along with other new officers
at noon on Tuesday.
The ceremony, presided over by
Judge Irving Cypen. president of
the Home, took place at the Home.
Chairman of the day was Mrs. Es-
ther Bacon.
Other new officers include Mrs.
Joseph Robinson, executive vice
nr-ciHpnt: Mrs. Morris Ratner.
vice president of membership;
Mrs. Lawrence Silrerman. vice
president of fund-raising: Mrs
Esther Levitz. vice president >(
programs: Mrs. Martin Lundy. fi-
nancial secretary: Mrs. Freda Le
vine, treasurer; Mrs. Fanny Will-
ing, recording secretary; Mrs
Paul Brown and Mrs. Sam Poaier-
anee. corresponding secretaries.
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Reelected
Irs. Chester Bromley, 5340 SW
st., was reelected and installed
tsident of "ETeahor Roosevelt
ppter of B'nai B'nth Women last
at the Garden restaurant.
Irs. Gerald Soltz. pftsldefl "of
nai BTith Women, District 5,
as installing officer.
Highlight of the affair was an
U-member minstrel show directed
ly Mrs. Lester Fredel.
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17 Jewish Cadets
Commissioned
NEW YORKTwenty-seven Jew-
ish cadets at the U. S. Military;
\cademy at West Point, the U. S. |
Naval Academy at Annapolis, the
U. S. Merchant Marine Academy
at Kings Point, and the U. S. Coast
Guard Academy at New London,
Conn., will be commissioned at the
1960 commencement exercises at
those institutions, according to the j
Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy
of Ihe National Jewish Welfare
Board.
The eight newly-com missioned
Jewish second lieutenants at the
U. S. Military Academy, the 11
newly-commissioned ensigns at the
U. S. Naval Academy, the two
newly-commissioned ensigns at the
Coast Guard Academy, and the six
newly- commissioned ensigns at
the U. S. Merchant Marine Acad-
emy will each receive personally
inscribed copies of the Bible from
the JWB Commission at special
baccalaureate services arranged
by the Jewish chaplains at the
academies.
The services and presentations
are part cf the year-round relig-
ious program provided at the acad-
emies by JWB's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy. The Commis-
sion, the officially-authorized body
for recruiting, endorsing and serv-
ing Jewish chaplains in- the U. S.
Armed Forces, is composed of rep-
resentatives of the three major
rabbinical bodies in this country.
Residents' Party
Fetes Isenbergs
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will honor Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
lsenberg on their 50th wedding
annjversary.
The Isenbergs will share the oc-
casion with residents of the Home
by hosting the party at Douglas
Gardens, 151 NE 52nd st. on Sun-
day at 2 p.m.
Womttco Names Ixecvtbre
Mitchell Wolfson, president of
Wometco Enterprises, Inc., has an-
nounced the appointment of Ar-
thur Hertz to the post of comp-
troller of the company effective
immediately. Hertz is a CPA and
has been with Wometco since Feb-
ruary, 195$. He was previously an
accountant with Fidelity Construc-
tion Company here. Hertz is a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, president of
the auxiliary, will welcome guests. [ accompanist, and Kay Harrison as
Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program soloist.
chairman. Entertainment will in-'. Gifts will be given to resident
elude Lillian Beller and her folk fathers by Mrs. Daniel Broad and
dancers, with Charles Stegar as Mrs. Anna Zitter.
Mrs Stanley C. Myers (right), of Coral Gables, national vice
president of National Council of Jewish Women, bids farewell
to Mrs. Charles Hymes, national president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, on her departure from the five-day
Presidents Institute held at the Deauville hotel, Miami Beach.
The Institute, the first of its kind in Council's history, was man-
dated at the last biennial convention of the organization. This
summer, Mrs. Hymes will conduct a leadership training pro-
gram for the International Council of Jewish Women's triennial
meeting in Basle, Switzerland. While she is there, Mrs. Myers
will be the acting president of the National Council of Jewish
Women. ,. .
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Now, in honor of her late hus-
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nated a Torah Scroll in his mem-
ory to the Southwest Jewish Cen-
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The Torah gift celebration will
take place Sunday, 2 p.m., at the
Center under the spiritual leader-
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Jewish Flonduin Exclusive
Your M
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ARRIAGE COUNSELOR
?. by ^dWMeU C7. *J\\litim
Miami's Nationally Famous Marriage Counselor and Author
My old friends, the Methodists. I am happy to
report, are finally catching up with the harsh facts
of life.
According to a recent dispatch from Denver
where the followers of the late John Wesley met
in conclave, the assembled clergymen decided to
abandon the old rule that "only the innocent party to
a divorce could be remarried in the church."
And about time too. For if marriage counselors
know anything, they know that there is really no
completely "innocent party to a divorce."
Both parties to a divorce are "particeps crim-
inis." Both are usually responsible, though perhaps
in varying degrees, to the break up of the marriage,
the law to the contrary. As a matter of fact tire
law. especially the branch dealing with divorce, lags
painfully behind the times. Indeed, it is so encrusted
with superstitious nonsense that it makes a mockery
of decency and common sense.
Take the matter of adultery, as an example.
Having found her husband in "flagrante delicto."
the outraged wife immediately rushes off to the
nearest attorney who files a bill of complaint alleg-
ing a specific act of adultery. More, she demands
alimony pending litigation, permanent alimony,
counsel fees, and anything else her ingenious lawyer
can think of to harass the hapless husband.
Law it Illogical
When the case finally comes up for a hearing
on its merits, the husband, while conceding the in-
fidelity, stoutly protests that he did so because his
wife was frigid. Or because she was a chronic nag.
Or because she was insufferably dull.
Now to the ordinary person of common sense,
such a defense makes impeccable logic. Plainly, it
was the wife who by her behavior goaded the hus-
mand into the commission of the act.
But does the law take cognizance of such a de-
fense* Of course not. On the contrary, when it
comes to matters of divorce, the law is strangely-
absurd and illogical. It consistently confuses symp-
toms with causes, and causes with effects.
In a word, it is not concerned with basic justice,
a- it should be. since divorce courts presumably op-
erate under the guise of "equity."
Thus, the defense that the wife inspired the
adultery or by her own behavior drove her husband
into the arms of another woman, is no defense at
all. Nor. surprisingly enough, is it a defense if the'
husband produces uncontradictory evidence that the
wife also committed adultery. In such a case, the,
law blandly gets rid of the problem by declaring that:
neither party is entitled to relief.
One would think that where both parties are
guilty, the law would be the first to say that the
marriage has lost its usefulness and that the best in-
terests of society would be served by legally termin-
ating the marriage. But no. This would be too'
sensible.
Long Delayed Step
Instead, having determined that the marriage
has deteriorated to the point where both parties have j
obviously lost interest in each other, the law insists j
that they maintain the fiction of husband and wife.
And what is true of adultery is equally true of
all other grounds for divorce.
As I say. the Methodists have now abandoned
a doctrine that was never in accord with the facts.
Now eligibility for remarriage in the Methodist
Mt. Nebo Cemetery presented this memorial to servicemen of
the Jewish faith who made the supreme sacrifice in special
Memorial Day services at Mt. Nebo on Sunday. Participating
were hundreds of families throughout Greater Miami. Stan-
ley C. Myers (second from right), top Jewish community leader
here and nationally, unveils the monument as Rabbi Alfred
uZlfM,V?nKnSn?'0nH T^" ":mproved, a"'- Waxman (left), spiritual leader of Temple Zion and chaplain of
tudes and intentions. How the gentlemen of the .1__ci__j rv f,. t u nr \r ******-:
cloth are going to determine whether a persons at- ** FI"da Z&SZ't&l^ZX^SSZ ^ ^ "7
titudes are improved I have no way of knowing. I Moms <8econ<* frm left>. "'ed* JWV official here, was m
True, the new regulations call for extensive pre-1 charge f ceremon*al arrangements.
marital counseling, which is all to the good. But by]------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
whom it does not say. All it says, I gather, is that
a person may be remarried "if sufficiently aware of
the factors leading to the failure of the previous
marriage."
But again awareness of itself is not enough. One
can be aware of the reasons for alcoholism,
gambling or kleptomania without doing anything
about it.
But at least the Methodists are taking a long-
delayed step in the right direction. They are making
progress. And for this they deserve the plaudits
of all enlightened men and women
Service Will Honor Students
Mr. Kling it available for private marrimme counseling
f the Huntingfon Medical bldg., i. Miami
ADL Offkiel Praises Pope John's 'Inspiring Role'
KIAMESHA LAKE. N. Y-(JTA)
Pope John XXIII 1- playing, 'an
inspired role" in bringing about
Catholics and Jews. Benjamin R.
Epstein, national director of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. said here.
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* Jewish fkridictn
Page 5-B
JNF Council
Installs Officers
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spin-
I tual leader of North Shore Jewish
Center, has been reelected presi-
dent for a new term of the Jewish
National Fund Council of Greater
Miami.
Other officers named at a re-
cent Saxony hotel meeting include
Johan L. Berman, Jacob C. Fish-
man and Sol Goldman, vice presi-
dents; Sam Schachno, financial
secretary; Mrs. Jacob C. Davis,
recording secretary; Benjamin Ap-
pell, treasurer; and Al Sherman,
comptroller.
Leon J. Ell, chairman of the
nominating committee, praised the
newly elected officers, and served
as installing officer for Rabbi Ab-
! ramowiU, who shortly leaves for
a trip to Israel.
Guest of honor was Arthru Rosi-
chan, executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Entertainment was by Rose Rosa-
mond.
Kling Attends Seminar
Samuel G. Kling, marriage coun-
selor and columnist for The Jew-
ish Kloridian, last week attended
a .tyo-day seminar on marriage
and family problems held under
the auspices of the. Inter-Profes-
sional Family Council. The seminar
I was conducted by ouistan(fing"psy-
; chiatrists, judges, and marriage
^counselors in Tampa.
NOW!
JNF Council Lists
Gifts to Workers
At a'recent meeting attended by
some 300 persons. Dr. Zev Kogen,
executive director of the Jewish
National Fund Council of Greater
Miami, presented awards of merit
for "outstanding service and
achievement to dedicated leaders
and workers who spared no effort
and sacrifice in furthering Jewish
National Fund accomplishment
during the past year."
Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz, pres-
ident of the JNF Council, was pre-
sented with a four-volume set of
the works of Chaim Nachman Bia-
lik as a Bon Voyage gift prior to
departure for Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Johan L. Berman
were inscribed in the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Golden Book in honor
of their 10th wedding anniversary
and in recognition of their "out-
standing labors on behalf of Jew-
ish National Fund."
. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Tag Day
"chairman, was honored with an
illustrated Israeli Haggadah.
Also honored with Haggadahs
for their participation in the Tag
Day drives were Mrs. Louis Mar-
cus, of Pionwr .Woaaen CUib 2. who
Newly-elected officers of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami are (left to
right) Sol Godman, vice president; Dr. Zev
Kogan, executive director; Mrs. Jacob Davis,
recording secretary; Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz, president; Al Sherman, comptroller; Dan-
ie Broad, honorary life president; Sam Schach-
no, financial secretary. Not shown are Jacob
Fishman, vice president, Johan Berman, vice
president, and Benjamin Appel, treasurer.
Judge Friedman in Talk
Judge Milton Friedman, presi-
dent-elect of B'nai B'rith Grand
Lodge 5, will be guest speaker at
a meeting Tuesday of Miami Beach
Lodge in the DiLido hotel. Lodge
president is Herbert Heiken. Ger-
shon Miller is luncheon chairman.
ecutive heard "served the organi-
broulht in the most money collect- zation far beyond the call of duty
.. --------- _*J _*____ a*. *--------------Aft" Wie
Jewish National Fund presents awards to (left to right) Sol
Goldman, Mrs. Louis Marcus, Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs. Jacob
D. Davis, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
Not shown are Mr. and Mr*. Johan L. Berman.____________
Tifereth Israel Card Party
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a card party and social eve-
ning at the Center on Wednesday
evening.
Mrs. Baida
In Second Term
Mrs. Louis Baida has been re-
elected for a second term as pres-
ident of the Sisterhood of Beth Ja-
cob Congregation.
New Increases
Listed in Savings
For the 25in consecutive month,
the 109 savings and loan associa-
tions in Florida showed a monthly
increase in savings over that of
the preceding year. Savings in
April increased by $40,962,000.
which was $3,958,000 greater than
' April last year.
Carl F. Dis]lelhorst, executive
vice president of the Florida Sav-
ings and Loan League, in releas-
ing this information said that for
the first four months of I960 sav-
ings increased by $116,767,000 com-
pared with $107,752,000 for the
same period last year. Total sav-
ings in these savings and loan as-
sociations have reached an all time
high Of $2,622,019,000.
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$2,408,897,000. which is represented
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Friday, June 3. I960
Puldy, Gallant
Leave for Nassau
Miss Joan Gallant became the
bride of Stephen William Puldy in
7 p.m. rites Sunday, May 29. at the
Seville hotel. Rabbi Max I.ip-
schitz officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Gallant. 835 NE
178th St., No. Miami Beach. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Puldy, Jacksonville. Fla.
Maid of honor was Miss Nancy
Gale Freed. Mrs. Harvey Alkow
acted as matron of honor.
Charles Zimmerman was best
man. and ushers included Martin
Gallant. Charles Jacobson, and
John Gardner.
The bride chose a pure silk or-
gaiua gown trimmed with chantilly
lace and featuring a seed pearl
embroidered sweetheart' neckline,
long sleeves and chapel-length
train. Her crown was of lace and
embroidered with seed pearls.
Newlywed Mrs. Puldy is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High School,
and received her BA degree in ed-
ucation from the University of
Florida this year. She belonged to
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, and
was sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity.
The groom attended schools in
Jacksonville, and received his BS
degree in advertising from the,
Uniiversity of Florida, where he
was vice president of Tau Epsilon I
Phi. secretary of Alpha Delta]
Sigma advertising honorary, a I
member of the board of student!
publications, and manager of the!
baseball and basketball teams.
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Seville. The couple are on
a honeymoon in Nassau.
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MKS. STlPHtH HJIDT
Rabbi Waxman to Speak
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. spiritual
leader of Temple Zion. will discuss
"Religion and Science" on Sun-
day, 10 a.m., over WCKT ch. 7,
as part of the weekly television
program of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
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Betrothal Told
Landi Lynne Weiner and King F.
Lovinger are engaged. The couple's
betrothal was announced June 1
by the parents of the bride-elect,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weiner, 1758
Marseille dr.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Lovinger, 7765 Cretpi
blvd.
The bride-elect graduated from
Whitefield School, and is a dental
assistant.
Mr. Lovinger is a senior at the
University of Florida, majoring in
journalism. He is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity.
The couple will be married after
the graduation of the groom-to-be
in June, 1961.
Nevermans Live
In Florida City
Miss Susan Ann Holtzer and
Henry C. F. Neverman met two
and a half years ago at the Miami
Beach Servicemen's Center, where
she was chosen "Miss Best Attend-
ance" and "Miss Servicemen's
Center" in 1959.
On Saturday evening, May 28,
(he eouple .exchanged wedding
vows in Temple Israel. Rabbi Mor-
ris Graff officiated at the 6:30 p.m.
candlelight ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Holtzer, 656 E.
40th st., Hialeah. The groom is
the son of Mrs. Rita Busching,
Middletown, N.Y.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Paul-
ine LeVaca, aunt of the bride. Miss
Diane Reed and Miss Ann Jenkins
were bridesmaids.
Best man for his nephew was
Anthony LeVaca. Ushers included
Joe Aubrey and Ray Berry.
The bride chose a floor-length
white organza gown with scoop
neckline and chantilly lace sleeves
and bodice. The neckline was trim-
med with white sequins and pearls.
Her crown featured a white se-
quin and pearl tiara with finger-tip
veil.
The bride graduated from Rob-
ert L. Simpson High School in
Huntington. N.Y. The groom at-
tended schools in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
and is now in the Air Force at
Homestead.
Reception followed the cere-
mony at the Saxony hotel. After
a honeymoon in Naples, Fla., the
couple are at home at 127 Lucy St.,
Florida City.
Needell, Rose
Exchange Vows
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Rose, <>f
2243 Keystone blvd., No. Miami.
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Joan Barbara, to l)r
SOWeyStuart Needell*t>ti Sunday
May 22, at the Carillon hotel. '
Dr. Needell is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Needell, of Mor"
ristown, N.J.
Mrs. Needell is a graduate of
Irvington High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Dr. Needell is a graduate of (he
University of Virginia and the Uni-
versity of Virginia medical school.
He is senior resident in psychi-
atry at Jackson Memorial Hospital
and will enter private practice in
July.
Dr. Mervin Needell, brother of
the groom, was best man. Mrs.
Barney Asarnow was matron of
honor. Miss Belle Gold in and Miss
Sandra Friedlander were brides-
maids, and Barry Rose, Dr. Rich-
ard Litt and Dr. Wallace Graves
served as ushers.
The couple will live in Coral
Gables.
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HUtS. NfMtr NEVEfTMAN
Beach BB Council Meeting
Regular meeting of the Miami
Beach Council of B'nai B'rith
i Women will be held at the Johmna
hotel on Monday evening. Mrs.
Sam Belsky is president.
Fashion Show
Slated Tuesday
Fashion show will highlight the
program of a donor luncheon of
Beth Israel Sisterhood at the Cor-
onet hotel on Tuesday noon.
Entertainment will include Ron-
old Sweetz. internationally known
accordionist, who won the world's
championship as United States rep-
resentative in contests held in Eu-
rope.
Mrs. Alexander Moscovits is pro-
gram chairman, and Mrs. Harry
N. Schwartz is donor and fund-rais-
ing chairman. Mrs. George Hech-
ter is president.
Beth [moth Rummage Sole
Beth Emeth Sisterhood is hold-
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day, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Sin-
clair station. 54th st. and 29th ave.
J
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Vienna: A plan to erect a Herd
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Friday, June 3. 1960
* Jewish fhridian
Page 7-B
arminglu
yours,
*dith ppiebaunt
UUITH the warm, dry May days
" we've been having, many of
us are beginning to acquire our
summer tans. Unfortunately,
along with the tans many of us
also acquire a dry, peeling and
sometimes blotching skin.
The beauty of a tan is in its
eveness and softness. Both of
these take care and thought In
order to attain them.
To begin with remember that
tanning is actually somewhat of
I a "cooking" process, not unlike
frying. We must use a great deal
of care and caution while sunning
- ourselves to the degree of tan
that we desire. If we "overcook"
we dry oat, peel and look far
from glamourous.
The sun, in its tanning process,
drys out our skins. The secret to
' maintain the softness and to pre-
vent peeling is to keep our skins
moist with oils. Before exposing
our skin to the sun it must be
covered with an oil.
There are many acceptable
commercial preparations on the
' market, but the most highly rec-
ommended one is not a sun tan
solution. It is the Nivea skin oil,
which the skin absorbs and at
the same time helps to promote
the natural tanning action. There
is also a Nivea cream which is
available in a tube, but the oil
is preferred.

AS you begin your.summer tan,
** remember to start slowly.
Your own back yard is the ideal
spot to start.-Ten minutes on each
side are sufficient for the first
day. Gradually build up your ex-
posure time, so that when you go
to the beach or cabana, you will
suffer no ill effects.
After your sunning, and your
shower, then apply another thin
coat of oil to your skin. Better
yet, relax in a tub with a little
of the Nivea oil added to your
water. For an extra touch of lux-
ury, add a few drops of a scented
bath oil.
If you make certain your skin
is well-lubricated while sunning,
and also just as important make
certain your skin is again lubri-
cated after you shower, you will
find it almost impossible to go
through that unbecoming peeling
stage.
*
A MOTHER thing to watch for
** are the necklines of y.tfur
dresses and summer gowns. You
will find that your choice of
style in your swim suits will have
to be gauged by them. A three-
quarter tanned back in a gown
featuring a low decolotage back
is not pretty. The same is true
for bateau or deep V necklines in
front. Your swimming costumes
must be bought with these lines
in mind.
A healthy looking tan also
helps to camoflouge legs that
are a trifle too thin or too heavy.
It also adds a unique look of
beauty. Watch for too deep a tan
and too leathery-looking skin. A
little care and prevention will see
you through a summer of fun and
sun with the end result of a
tan that will be the envy of all.
Beach 'Y' Lists Women's Division
Newly-formed Women's Division
of the Miami Beach YMHA met
recently at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Philip Samet to make plans
for' transportation facilities for
children and the purchase of a new
bus! for the "Y."
President is Mrs. Solomon Kann.
Others are Mrs. Jack Katzman and
Mrs. Norman Giller, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Morris Weston, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Marshall Berk-
son, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Samuel Oka, treasurer; Mrs. Sid-
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publicity.
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AMS. DAMIll GKAUBAKT
Miss Rubin Now
Mrs. Graubart
Annette Rubin is now Mrs. Dan-
iel Graubart The couple exchang-
ed wedding vows on May 15 at the
Seville hotel, with Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Rubin, 7820 Min-
dello, Coral Gables. The groom's
parents are Rabbi and Mrs. Benja-
min Graubart, New York.
Maid of honor was Miss Stella
Rosenfeld. Arlene Forster and
Roselle Deutsch were bridesmaids.
Dr. Gunther Goldsmith was
best man, and Bernard Graubart
and Marvin Shaberman were us-
hers.
The bride chose a silk organza
and chantilly lace gown featuring
a scoop neck with pearls. Her bou-
quet was of white orchids and
stephanotis.
Mrs. Graubart graduated from
Miami geach High School and the
University of Miami, where she
was affiliated with Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority.
The groom, an accountant, is a
graduate of New York University
and a member of the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce.
Dinner and reception followed at
the Seville. After a honeymoon,
the couple will be at home at 14
Corwin ave., Middletown, N.Y.
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wmM Mho to haar f.om widow about 55,
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Miami Girl New
Class President
Sandra Caplan, 20, of 410 W.
31st sl., Miami Beach, has been
elected president of the junior
class for next year at Yeshiva Uni-
versity's Stern College for Women
in- New Yortrcny:""
Mis Caplan, daughter of Rabbi
ind Mrs. Jonah Caplan, is,a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High School.
Rabbi Caplan is director of the
Florida region of Yeshiva Univer
?ity.
Stern College for Women was es-
ablished in 1954 through an initial
jift from Max Stern, New York
industrialist and vice chairman of
Veshiva's board of trustees. Amer-
ca's first liberal arts college for
vomen under Jewish sponsorship,
t offers programs leading to the
8achelor of Arts and Bachelor of
Religious Education degrees.
MISS SANDKA CAPLAN
Mrs. Tietzer
Heads Sisterhood
Mrs. Herbert Tietzer has been
elected president of the Mollie Ka-
haner Sisterhood of Monticello
Park Congregation.
Other new officers are Mes-
dames David Hess, Irving Furman.
Jack Lazar and Louis Pincus. vice
presidents; Herbert Lederman,
Mac Horowitz, Nat Ostrov and Bud
Goldstein, secretaries; and David
Roe, treasurer.
Mrs. Tietzer, who resides with
her husband and three sons at 1270
NW 191st St., No. Miami, has lived
here three and a half years. She
is originally from Springfield,
Mass., where she was an active
member of Temple Beth El, Ha-
dassah, B'nai B'rith, and ORT.
'Gei-Toge/her' Sunday
Caribbean Jewish Congregation
will hold a "gala get-together" at
the Cutler Ridge Community Cen-
ter on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. Mrs.
Paul Indianer is in charge of in-
formation.
Male Beauty Contest
Tifertth Israel Northside Center
will hoTO a picnis on Sunday at
Crando#Park, Pit 6. Program will
feature a male beauty contest.
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Friday, June 3, I960
GEMS OF WISDOM
At SitlUI. CuA UMU l/lf ginnm.
Israel the bride. Torah the marriage
Cafe, and Mates the best man.
H.iknnii

The, tunlj..thai unf *> to -be
created were there So did the
>age\ oj all We'll frali oils receive
_ their wisdoaa from Sinai.
Exodus.
*
Trit- Torah was given publicly in
the Wlldernttt, in no man's land.
so that Jews may not M> to Other*,
"you Rave BO share in it." Anyone
Wishing in accept it ii welcome to
it..
Mekiha.

The voice t'iat .sounded at Sinai
U'a.s never silenced.
Steinberg.

Wh4l is tlif meaning o/ Sinai.'
The maintain oil ic/iu/i "small"
("hostility") toward idolatry des-
cended.
- Talmud.

The object 0/ the U'hole Torah
IS tnat man ihould become a Torah
himself.
Ba.t! Shcin.

Thou hast /ai ored US With a liiiv
0/ loring-^mdness and made. Irnoui
to in preceptl 0/ truth ... to guide
iu in the paths 0/ equity ... to
pUTtfy our souls from the dross 0/
daily desires to redeem our spirits
from the temporal shackles of this
world.
Bahya.
*
The low at a whole is not the
means to an end but the end in
it.sel/. the law is active religious*
MSI and 111 OCttVe religion lies what
is specifically Jewish.
- Ginzberg
Mil..
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(rrr.Vi; rrws rn7 QL?lBf)
TRANSLATION -
VISIT OF THE JEWISH
THEATRE FROM POLAND
A short time ago the Jewish
Theatre paid a visit to Israel. In
this country that are many Jews
who loved to see the performance
of this theatre. The rejoicing both
of the actors from Poland and of
the audience in this country was
very great. On the evening of the
first performance that hall was full
to capacity and among the distin-
guished audience sat Ministers of
the Government and all the actors
of the theatres in Isral.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
<~7n J he r^ealm \^Sf ^/Vli
nitm s
rCeligioHs ^w//c
We Suffer from Illusion
That Bombs Can Save Us
S
c r v 1 c e s
J It i s (A/ e t h e n J
By RABBI LEON KRCNISH
Tempi* Beth Sholom
T
The Torah text of this Sabbath
describes an early census of the
children of Israel. This census
was a registration for army serv-
ice and for service in the "'army
of the Lord." America, this year,
is engaged in a ititlstical census.
I wonder how many of us are
ready to stand up and be counted
as soldiers in the armv of the
Lord?
How do we register in the cru-
cial census of our time? What
choice do we make between Ne-
ville Shute and the general? Ne-
ville Shute wrote a powerful book,
"On the Beach." which Stanley
Kramer has produced as a mov-
ing motion picture.
And I think it's terribly im-
portant that every single human
being on this planet come to a
decision: Is Neville Shute exag-
gerating, or are these American
generals distorting the truth? The
decision is important because the
prophetic promise of Isaiah and
Micah clings in the balance; for
a day may come, as the prophets
promised and nations shall not
learn war anymore, but there will
be no one. as the prophetic prom-
ise concludes there will be no
one left to dwell in safety in the
security under his vine and under
his fig tree.
Neville Shute has imaginative-
ly projected us forward three or
four years when chain reaction
from a nuclear war will have de-
stroyed life on earth, and the
onjy trace of civilized man is in
Australia, where the radio-aclive-
polioned atmosphere has not yet
penetrated but it surely will.
It's oply a matter of five months
or six months and then no liv-
ing creature will be left on earth.
Shall I then dismiss Neville
Shute as science fiction. The
memory of Albert Einstein will
not let me. The declaration of
conscience by Albert Schweitzer
is indelibly inscribed on my heart
and mind. And these two great
Kiants are supported by scien-
tists, by physicians and by gene-
ticists, from every part of this
RABBI If ON KKONISH
. there it still time
planet, who claim that great
damage has already been done,
that the radio-active testing itself
will increase leukemia and bone
cancer, and the birth of crippled
and deformed children in the
next generation. All this is inevi-
table unless we find a way of dis-
arming and destroying all our
stockpile of nuclear bombs.
I was reared on the sacred
texts of our tradition. The words
of Isaiah and Micah are part of
me. The prophetic warning of
Neville Shute has provoked me
to preach. Unless we raise our
voices againut the illusion that
stockpiling of atomic bombs can
save us, we are destroying the
dream of Sholom.
I don't want that dream de-
stroyed. I look forward to the
day. if you will permit me to
paraphrase the prophets, "when
nations shall beat their bombs
into the bountiful blessings that
atomic energy can give to all of
God's children, when nations
shall use their missiles as mes-
sengers of. mercy, when nations
shall transform tanks into trac-
tors, and nations shall not send
aloft planes against any other
nation, neither shall they learn
war anymore."
Membership Party Scheduled
Sisterhood of Hialeah Reform
Jewish Congregation will hold a
paid-up "Mad Hatters" member-
ship party on June 13. Guests will
wear hats depicting their husbands'
occupations.
Who was Jezebel?
Jezebel was the queen of Ahab.
According to the Bible she was
j wickedness personified. She is pri-
, marily remembered because of the
incident with Naboth's vineyard.
Naboth was the owner of a vine-
yard adjacent to the king's gar-
Ident. When Naboth refused to sell
his vineyard to the king, Jezebel
secured false witnesses that Na-
both cursed God. Naboth was
stoned to death and the king se-
cured the vineyard.
The wicked queen later met a
horrible death as predicted by the
prophet Elijah. (Kings 21:1:10). '

Is it true that Judah P. Benjamin
does not hold a place of honor in
Jewish tradition?
It's true. Benjamin retains no
place in the affection or esteem of
Jewry. While he was a celebrated
lawyer, great statesman and poli-
tician, he had little contact with
Judaism. He embarassed his Jew-
ish heritage by using his skill and
influence in favor of human slav-
ery. This inconsistency led an ad-
versary to declare him to be "an
Israelite with the principles of an
Egyptian." Benjamin is buried in
a Catholic cemetery.

What is the meaning of the He-
brew word "Amen?"
The word means "true." It's use
fixes a stamp of truth upon the
assertion which it accompanies.
This page is prepared in co-
operation with the Spiritual Lead- S
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin- i
ical Assn.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg
Coordinator
jCONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Herson
Tales and Gems of Wisdom
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
Knour Tour Heritage
As we say "Amen" to certain pray-
ers it commits us not only to a wish
but also to some personal effort to
have the wish translated into re-
ality.

Who was the Shunamite?
A woman who lived in the little
town of Shunem, about five miles
from Mount Tabor, whose cardinal
virtue was that of hospitality. The
prophet Elisha spent many happy
hours under the roof of the worthy
couple at Shunem. When their only
child suddenly died, the mother
placed the child on the bed of the
man of God and hurriedly made
her journey to the prophet at
Mount Carmel. The prophet rushed
to her home and then prayer and
skill restored the child to life
<2 Kings 4:8-16.)
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Maxwell Silberman.
president.
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BETH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Con
aervative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
Cantor William W. ucpion.
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Bfth EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcr .'hlff
I- rldas 6: IS p.m. Saturday s 30 .1 m
Sermon: "Karnlna tUvtne Bieoalnga."
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
son. Cantor Hym.n Fein,
Ki dat s i-, p.m. s.'iiiimii: ''The ':-
ponKibllttlee "f Nationhood." Bat-
uiiiin :i .ini Bai Mltavah: Larry,
OK 'if Mr. mil Mrs. .lH.-k Kiipl.i.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Loins Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
-
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Rabbi AbraKim Levitan.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 408
16th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim
Karlinaky.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
8755 SW 10th at.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
Fiiilny 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "America's
Perfidy h nd Moral Bavaa*ory Qromy-
ko'a Alli-KMtli.il and l.odare'H Countei-
Accuaatlon." Saturday a.m. Mar
Mltavfh: Alan. BOB Of Mr. anil Mr*.
David Vensjel, who will hoot Krila\
evening Onea Shabbat in hi honor.
OAOE HEIGHTS CENTER. 181(0 NW
2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Eman
uel Mandel.
FLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Brnsteln.
Friday 8:10 l> m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Michael, ..n of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Friedman.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Mariua Raneon. Cantor Sherwin
Levine.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON
OREOATION. 1150 W. 68th at.. Hia-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
Friday H:|j p.m. Si'inmn: "JuilalHiiv-
A Way to OOO and a Way to lltlong."
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 24VJ0
Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cehen.
l-"ililay :.10 p m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Confirmation Sunday 1 p.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiald.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday .:i i>.m. Saturday s-.zn a.m
Sermon: "Carrylnc the Mantle "f
Life." liar .Mltavah .Robert, son of
Mr. and Mm. lock Bhevlln.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschell Savllle. Cantor Joseph
Salzman.
K>i.1.iv .; || p.n Raturday ;i a.m.-s.-i-
nion: "True" to l.if'-."
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi !
Max Lipahitz. Cantor Ben-Zion
Klrschenbaum.
' Iday I so p mi Sal irday n-.v, | m
Poat-Bar Mitivah etadeota to be hon-I
ored.
iiwifpniiiWiiiim'MH*ni,iM..m!!!i!'nii!,n:mt'''i"niii. ". ..,.-^m
TALES OF MORALS
The wiley fox once passed an i
orchard full of fruit, He gazed I
longingly but could not affect an I
entrance into the orchard because
of the fence which surrounded it. 1
Suddenly he beheld a small hale.'
Unfortunately, his body teas big-
I get than the hole. The fox deter-
mined to enter bv reaolving lo fd.vi
three day\ and mjMt.< himselj it^nny.
At the end of the three days lie
puahad hii starved body through
I the aperture and proceeded t;> en< I
joy the fruit of the orchard. Alter :
a period of feasting, it dau'iied on *
him that the owner of the orchiiij
U'ould Man appear, and it u'ould I
he much u'iser to malie his presence "
COTce, He tried to leave the or- ~<
. chard by the same aperture, but I
found himself unable to because 0/
the weight he had gained.
He proceeded to starve himself
once more, squeezed through the
hole in the fence, and made his
>s..ipe. As he left the orchard, he
suddenly contemplated the situation
.and said to himself: "What have I
gained'"
MORAL: Empty-handed we en-
* ter this uiorld. and empty-handed j
\ we leate it.
iir '- ......mttiiraii. lHaMaj
NORTH DADE CENTER. 1S6S0 W
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Morria Ber- ;
ger.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Are .Ten
Commandmenta BmniKir.'" saiunias '
a.m. Mar Mltavah Steven, eon at .\ii
and Mrs. Murray Boater: Norman, son I
of Mr and Mm. Jerome Shank.'

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 6:A p.m. Sntnaday a m, Unc
Mltavah: Martin, mm of Mrs. Mildred
Dunne; ii.njamin. won ,,r mi. and Mm.
William Sialoff. Sermon: "Weekly
Portion.
fOUTHWEST'cENTKR. 6438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday H:i:i p.m. Sermon: "Hlea-ona
of Community sininit." Bnturdaj I
a.m. liar Mltxiah ..1 Min.ha: Marvin
,|],'i'i'y' H" am' ** Mv*'1 '""
T5on^EC.P,i::" '^URUN. .bh.
v.'.'1'!-. S pm '"nlfled BldaT.. 23ml
,, ;i..7IM. ".' Bermon: -The iteapon-
HlblHt) of Leadership." on.-g Rhahbal
hoau: Mr and Mra. Kdwurd ru.-i in
nonor or the a|ipi,,aihinK mairiaaej ol
their daughter, Barbara. Saturday
T t\,?ETH *" MS0 N- Kendall
or s Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbeat
Baumgard. Cantor Charlee Kodner
TEMPLE BETH BL. 1645 Polk at.
HoUywood. Reform. Rabbi Sam".
11 m.
T1MoPhLE,t5EIH SHO'-EM of Holly
S!SSi 725 M.0n.,'0 Conaerv.tive
8SrMsr,,a L#r,r-Can,or *"""
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ja.-ob Shul-
man. Saturday 9 a.m. Har Mltavah!
Michael, son of Mrs. Martha Shore,
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb
Cantor Oavlo Ccnvlagr.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross-
berg.
TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lahrman. Cantor larael Reich.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Hth St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Canter Jacob Bernstein
Friday Kir, p.m. Saturday 1" .1 m,
Confirmation nervleej.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 340 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday x;ir> p.m. Sermon: "Seif-i-ni.
rilimeiit Through Leautarahlp." Rpeak*
era: TIMen I'orenMuni, preeldt-nt of
Temple Mis Maurtee Wallorf. pies-
idenl of Hlaterhood; Mra. ai Merko-
ltz, PTA prealdent: and I'avid
StelnbertTi preaMenl of Brotherhood.
Saturdnj 10:111 am Har Ml'z\..li lr
ln. win of Mr. an.i Mra Davle Ja
i-olisoll
TEMPLE NER TAMID.- 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradl.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovits. Can-
tor Samuel Oomberg.
Mdaj i 10 and IS p.m. Confirma-
l.i.n nervli-e Saturday (1:45 a.m. liar
Mltzvah: Sanil.r. -on of Ml ind lira,
J ick id iiik: Boj py, son of M md
Mra Harry Blown.
TEMPLE SINAI NoT~MIAMl. 12108
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benne
M. Wallach.
Iri.hii s r, p.m. Sermon: "W* -".ill
Live by Ten. Nami reremons Nina
i"v. infant daughter "f 1 ihd Mra,
.- iiiioni m ilreen. Saturday n a.m,
Har Mltavah: William, mm of Mr in*
Mm. Fred I'.wi.hes.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51
Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Fridaj |:M p,nti Saturday ? a.m Seft
nion: "Coruponrnla of ih- whole
Man." Kldduxh ho>U: Mr. ind .Mrs.
Steven Clam-e.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th it
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jaccb Golorarb.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N Miami
ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence Cantor Albert Gisntz.
1'ii'lay 8:30 p.m. Nathan R.u.enberg
will rondiu t wrvli'i Saturday H a.m.
R< v Ed Btooa to offh tate
TOSAH TEMPLE. 1294 West ave.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Csssel.
VOUMO ISRASL. tW NE 171st it
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 1:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a_m. Sef
mon: TIIIhik of the Sk>."
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER ** *"
mera ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Leon Hurwiti. Canter Mover Olsser.
i-iidav 7:48 p.m. Confirmation nrrviee.
Saturday H:t.i a.m Mlnchn F'jir Mlta-
vah: Harry, on of Mr. and MrH. Isi-
dore L, VUhkulf.
CANDLEUGHTING TIM
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Friday, June 3, 1960
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"Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian.
A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to eacn
mother of a Bar or Bas AAitzvah if requested a month in advance
Norman Rabin
Bar Mitzvah of Norman Rubin
will take place Saturday morning.
June 4, at Temple Emanu-El, with
Rabbi Jrving Lehrman officiating.
Norman is the son of Mrs. Char-
lotte Rabin. A student in seventh
grade at Nautilus Junior High, he
attends Temple Emanu-El relig-
| Larry Kupfer on Saturday morn-
ling, June 4. Rabbi David Herson
will officiate.
Larry is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Kupfer, 55 NE 123rd st.
A student at North Miami Junior
High, he attends Beth Emeth re-
ligious school.
.
Robert Sugarman
Robert Sugarman will become
Bar Mitzvah during the Saturday
morning services, June 4, at Tem-
ple Zion, with Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man officiating.
Robert is the son of Mr. and
Section of the record graduating high school mencement exercises are Friday mornina at
class at Oxford-School, Miami Beach. Com- Oxford's auditorium.
STANUf
NORMAN
Mrs. Sidney Sugarman and the .
grandson of J. W. Sugarman, GrdCltKlte ReCOrd Oxford ClOSS
Springfield, Mass., and Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Shear, Miami.
Guests at the Bar Mitzvah will
include his grandparents and aunt,
Miss Pauline Bleichman, of New
York.
iitwni
LAW
ious school, is a member of the
Boy Sccuts, and plays clarinet.
Reception will be held in Nor-
man's honor Saturday afternoon at
the Algiers hotel. Out-of-town
guests attending will include Dr.
and Mrs. Albert Winner, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Herbert, Mr. and Mrs.
William Gersten. and Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Gersten, all of Chicago.

Martin Dunrwr
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Martin Dunner on Saturday morn-
ing, June 4; at North Shore Jewish
Center.
Martin is the son of Mrs. Mildred
Dunn, 7028 Rue Bordeaux. He is
a student in the religious school of
the Center, and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
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Beth Emeth Congregation will
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Irwln Jacobson
Temple Judea will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Irwln Jacobson
on Saturday morning, June 4.
Irwin is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Jacobson. He has been a
student at Temple Judea religious
school for the past four years, and
started in Sunday school seven
years ago. He also attends the
seventh grade at Kinloch Park
Junior High.
The Jacobsons will be hosts aj.
Kiddush following the service.
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor
Herman Gottlieb will officiate.

Stanley Harris
Saturday morning services, June
4, at Temple Emanu-El will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Stanley
Harvey Harris, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating.
Stanley is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Harris.
A student in seventh grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High, he at-
tends Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
Kiddush will follow in Stanley's
honor. Out-of-town guests will in-
clude Mrs. Joseph Himmelstein, of
Baltimore, Md.

Benjamin Staloff
Bar Mitzvah of Benjamin Staloff
will take place Saturday morning,
June 4, at North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter.
Benjamin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Staloff, 9240 Byron
ave. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate.
A student in the religious school
of the Center, he also attends Nau-
tilus Junior High.
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AT SAM TINDLIR'S
AUTO WAXING STATION
Cor. 13th ft NE. 2nd Aveaae
eerie teen t
free Hekaa A PoMeoff
a PImm Fit 4-157* ....
10 Years Ago This Week
Shutdown: The Federation of
Zionist groups of Lodz, formed
shortly after the liberation of
Poland to find and remove Jewish
orphans from non-Jewish homes
and send them to Israel, has been
dissolved by the Polish authorities,
it was learned this week in Vienna.
FREE
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yoanittari and
boa to* custom*
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Of Judaism.
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ft printed in Englishan
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very home and every-,
one in it.
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Oxford School will graduate its
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place on Friday morning in Ox-
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Thirty-one boys and girls will re-
ceive their high school diplomas.
This marks a record in number of
graduates for Oxford School since
its first graduating class in May
1955, when one student was grad-
uated. Oxford is now six years old.
Among the cities and states rep-
j resented in the graduating class
j are Miami and Miami Beach, Bos-
i ton, Chicago, Detroit, Norfolk, New I
I York City, Long Island, New Jer- j
: sey, Washington, D.C., Caracas, i
|Venezuela, Colombia, and many;
others.
Among the colleges accepting
Oxford students in the past and
present are University of Miami,
I University of Florida, Florida
George Sanders and Corinne Calvert (above) star in "Blue-
beard's Ten Honeymoons," now playing at the Beach Theater.
Holding forth at the Colony is "The Giant of Marathon," spec-
tacular MGM release about ancient Greece, with Steve Reeves
and Mylene Demongeot in the feature roles.
State University, Stetson. Rollins,
University of Alabama, Wisconsid,
Barry, Penn State. Temple, Td-
lane, Emory, Washington Univer-
sity, Georgetown University, Vil-
lanova, Adelphi, New York Uni-
versity, Long Island University,
Brooklyn College. University of
Bridgeport, and many others.
Dr. Abraham M. Cassel. founder
and headmaster of Oxford, will is-
sue the diplomas to graduates, and
Dean Louis A. Cassel will make
the official presentations. Three
students, honored for their excel-
lence, will deliver talks on behalf
of the graduating class, Barry Mar-
lin, Gail Gold, and Rachel Farbe-
roff.
Following t h e commencement
ceremony, parents, teachers and
graduates will enjoy a reception
given by Dr. and Mrs. Abraham
Cas*sel and Dean and Mrs. Louis
Cassel, in Oxford's bayfront gar-
dens.
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Page 10-B
+Je*istifhr*Ma*i
Friday. June 3, i960
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl [
I
Hal Pearl is on vacation this week.
Labor Zionist to Spook
Joseph -Shlossberg, national chair-
man of the Labor Zionist Move-
ment, will be guest speaker at a
Shavuoth celebration sponsored by
the David Pinski Folk School on
Friday evening in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben .yomen, 1800 Mich-
igan ave. Louis Lasavin will dis-
cuss "Book of Ruth." Max Astor
will be heard in readings from
Sholem Aleichem.

LEGAL NOTICE
Senior Citizens Assn. at recent installation
ceremonies at the Algiers hotel. Left to right
ire Ben Sine. Hon. Ted David, Louis Shafkin,
-Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, Walter Lebowitz,
Cantor Maurice Mamches, Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Heller, Judge Malvin Englander, install-
ing officer, and Mary Applebaum.
LEGAL NOTICE
effrey Hunter and Constance Towers romantically teamed in
"Sergeant Rutledge," director John Ford's suspense-packed
tale of post-Civil War days .now at the Carib, Miami and
Miracle Theatres.
OUR SPECIALTY
NICE, THICK, JUICY
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF
*3.95
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9ANQUIT fACIUTHS
Candlelight Inn
1111 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grova
HENRY LEITSON, Mgr.
J lerseif family Trose im .lories
\ ON 79th ST. CAUSEWAY
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49742-C
IN RE: Estate of
HORATIO JOSEPH Ml SCAT,
.ii.-ii known a*
HORATIO J. MUSCAT,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T ing Claims in Demands Against Said
Batata:
You ara herein notified sad re-
united to present any claims and de-
mands which you, or either of you,
limy have against tin- estate "i HnK-
ATI" JOSFSPH MISCAT. al*o known
an HiPliATlii .1 Ml'SCAT, deceased
i.dt of Dad* County, Florida, to the
Honorable County .Indue* of I'aiie
County, and file the same In thell
office* lii the I'nuiilv Courthouse in
Dads County, Florida, within el1|l
caendar months frtim the dale of Hi.
first publication heieof. Said claim*
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dreaa cif the claimant anil to be sworn
to anil |i csi'iiied an aforesaid, or same
will ba barred, See Section 733.lt of
the IMS Protiata Act.
I'nie.l May II, A.D. 16I>.
F.l.nlSA HART Mll.l.l.u. Aa
Executrix of the \m-\ Will and
Testament or iii>r.itio Joseph Mus-
cat, also known aa Horatio J.
Muscat, deceased, c/o Elrv Stone,
1010 Cnngree* Bids., Miami, Flu.
EI.RY STONE
Attorney for Executrix
6.1-10-17-24
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OPEN from 4 to 9 p.m.
FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS
end AU HOLIDAYS ONLY
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/ \ ABE GEFTERS
^romwe
ABE GEFTER
formerly with the Merteillei Hole
PRESENTS
THE NEW KOSHER ___________
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0 a.SaaMEALS ,NCLUDED- '05 Reo..-Ort.., nZTi?.
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Uaa-e, ..a" Mat,, *Zi7tt mmTgoVS, X^ JS?
fUtOPIAN MAN $3 P., Day Per >,,
WRITE OR CALL DIRECT: ABE GEFTER JE 4-2141
On Tha Qcaan Front at 20th Strait, Miami B- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Na. 4e4-B
IN RE: Batata of
EDWARD W. RYAN
i. i rssrd
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
To All Creditors mid All Persons Baa-
ing 4MainiH or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You *-Jacfehy notified .'ind re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
(he estate of K|>WARI> W. RYAN de-
Ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the mum- In their office* In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
im.mil- from the dale of the first pUD-
Itcatlon hereof, or the name will be
barred.
ARTIU'R O. OOTTMEB, Attor-
ne> for Administrator, EH Ward
lt\ an.
ARTIU'R S10 X B L'nil Ave.
Miami. II.i
I/S-10-1T-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
- FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 49787-C
IN RE: EMule of
iiann.Mi i;iu-:i:nwai.i>.
I lecessed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors : ml All Person* Har-
nj claim* <>r Deniands Againi*t s.iui
E -i.i i.
Vim are hereby notified and re-
qulred to presenl any claims and de-
iiKiini- Which you may nave aaalnal
ih,. esUte of HANNAH i;i:i:i:n-
w.M.li deceased late of Dade County,
Florida., in the County Judaea of Dane
County, and tile In* same In their of-
fices l"n the County Courhouee "i Dade
County, Florida, within elulu calendar
months from (he date of the firht I
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
KI.IZAHKTH ROSNliR
lll.ANi'lll". SLA il'NK'K
i n MORFU8, Attorney
>U limraham Kldg.
Mia nil. Florida
/3-10-17-M
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO Al,i. TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SKNTS SHAM, COME, tlREFmNUH:
Whereas. I.kon a. BPBTEIN, MI-
AMI, F'iXRII'A: IRWIN B, KOTT.
MIAMI. F*UORIT>A: MARIF: B. KA7*
HAIBEt, MIAMI, FLORIDA: HUNKS-
TINE <' BBBRT, MIAMI. F'MHtlDA
did on the L'fith day of June, A.D.
.!tr.O, cause to be Incorporated under
the provision* of Chapter 6o\ I'lorlda
Statute-. K E N DA L L FAIIRICS
CORP.. a corporation, with ita prin-
Clpal place of litixineK* at MIAMI.
DADE col'NTY. In the State of F'loi-
Ida, and wherean the propel officers
, of Mich I'lirjiorntlon did on the 4th
daj of March. A.D. ISM, cuuxe M '"
filed In the office of the Secretar> of
State of the Sta-le of Florida, a Certif-
icate of Amendment rlisnplns n> 001
Dorate name i" K T. CtjRP OF
K KNDAM., and whereu* the stock-
holdei'i' of such 101 |iornt|i>ii did on the
j::iii da) of Hay, ad. IM0. cause to
in- filed in the office of the Becretsrj
of kttate of the Btate of Florida, a
Consent of all the stockholders under
the provlatons of said Chapter MS,
Florida Statutes, showing the dlaaolu-
tlou of such coriiorntlon.
Now. tlierefoi e. (lie Seiretary of
State does hereby corsef] to the fore-
olljl and I hat he l natlnfled that
(he requirement* of law have been
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Cleat Seal of the Btate
of Florida, at Tallahaaaee, the
Capital, thi* tin TWKNTY-THIRD
day of MAT, A.D. 1M0.
R. A. (1RAY,
(Seal) Secretary of State.
7S/W
LEGAL NOTICE
"i>y
the
'ft*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT ol
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. SOC 50SS W"T-
SF.'RVILA SANCIIK7,,
Plaintiff;
.11 AN SANl'lira.
Defendant. '
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JI'AN SANl'lira
77.-, B 166 Street
Bronx, New York
You .MAN SANCHEZ are h,, i,
notified that a Kill of ComnlnIn[ .?.!
I'ivmVf tfaa been fil.-d aWlni-i
and you are required to Serve i
of your Answer or I'leadinc i,
Hill of Complaint on ih,. Dial,
Attorney, MII.LICFINT I.Ivso
li:i.l B, Sll InduatrlHl National |:*na
liulldli.K. Miami. Florida and file thi
oriicinal An*w,-r or Pleadlns In the nf
fire of the Clerk of the Circuit r,(r|
on or before the r.lli day of Ju|\. p,w
If you fall to do wi, judement lo ,i,'
fault will be taken attain*! y,,j, t,"
Ihe relief demanded in the "Hill nf
Complaint,
This notice hIiiiII be publl*hed once
each week for four eonsecutivv i..
In TIIK JEWISH FUORIDIAN
DONR AND ORDF:RED ri
Florida, tiii* lal day of June \ u'
IK0. '
10 B LEATHERMAN, .|.
Circuit Court, I lade < tounty i ;
Heal) Ly. k m i.y.man.
Depute Cii i li
Mii.i icbnt iii! \ss pbu.f:
.ill Industrial Nat'l. Itank Hide
Miami. PI.....IS
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/1-10-17-34
4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVFIN licit
the underabjned, deslrine lo em
business under Hie flclllious naiia
Mi:i.s FVRNITl'RB RKFINISIII \,;
at IS60 N.W. 71h Place. Miami Ini n.l*
lo reglHier aaid name lih the Cle>k
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
F'lorldn.
MIOLVIN QIPffON, Sol,- owner
M\l!\ FA UK I!
Attorney for Applicant
Congreas BldK.
_________________________B/1.1-;o-CT, 471
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undeisiened. dcsirlna to enaaze in
biisioess under the fictltiou* name nf
I.M'I.K HARRYS BARGAINS at ir,i)
N.W. L'71h Avenue. Miami. Florida,
and Intends to reelster aaid name
with the tlerk of the Circuit Conn of
I iadc I 'oiint \. Florida.
bii.i.if: o. EBCHBNBAi'M.
Side Owner
RICHARD AI.TSHCI.KI!
Attorney for Applicant
6/S-1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVI.N
the undeisittiied. desli ine to enea
liiiHines* under the fictitious nan
MKRRII.L MANCFACTI'RINC
al IIM N W. 27th Avenue. M
F'lorldn. and intend* to reajlste
name with the Clerk of the '
Court of Dude County, F'lorlda
HARRY J. EICHBNBAl'M
Sole < inner
RICHARD ALTSllii.Kii
Attornej for Apidlcanr-
ys-pi-
., i
ail
17-34
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 49113-B
IN RE Estate of
BERNARD WBINNTOCK
I ii*eea*ed. ''
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per*..... Ha-
inie claim* or Demand* Against Said
Elstata:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami tie-
mainis which you mav have asalnst
the estate of BERNARD WEIN-
STOCK deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the *ame In their
offices Iii the County Courthoune in
l>ade County. Florida, within eight
calendar month* from the date of the
flr*t publication hereof, or the name
will be barred.
HRI,EN WEINSTOCK,
ICxecitltix of Ksl.'ltr
NEON A. EPSTF:TN. Attorney I
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
6 ::-in-i7-84
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE'
No. 49755-C
in RE: Bstate of
LILLIAN MABF:i. CRAKi,
I ii-i eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* H-
ini: I'lalma or Demands Against Sld
Bststa:
You are hereby notified Mid J*
quired to pteaent any claims anil de-
mands which vou mai have attain*!
the eslale of LILLIAN MABBU
CRAKi decenaed late of Dad* Coustj,
Florida, to the County Judges ol [>d
County, and file the same in thur
office* In Ihe Countv Coiirlhimi" in
thde Countv, Florida. Hun "'"'
Calendar month* from the dale "'
the flrat publlcallon hereof or mo
same will he barred.
LILLIAN M F'AX'iN Kxeriilna
HARRY IHiISI:N. Attorne>
Rlaaayne Building
Miami g Hoar .M:,Mi
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
FLORIOA IN AND FOR D*?E
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Ne. 00C 4940
M SHY N (JODDBN.
Plaintiff
OBR v i .1 i GOLDEN,'
I 'efetidanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
vur. ciatAi.o .i coi.niA :< "'
....... Place. While Plain*, N,w. \', ,.'
nnilfled to serve a r'H > ','
answer to the Divorce Complali on
1'iaintiff* attorney, Harr> '' '*'"
iil-.aMic Bulldlni, M ami. M"r
Ida. ami file orlglmil with I lert of this
Court on or l-fore July I, l"". olher
I'omplaint Mill be confenaed ">
\ oil
DATKD May U, l" ..,
' V,AN; nm-.da
'""" ""If 'v,'"'! YMAN


Friday, June 3. I960
+Jewist ftoridfon
Page 1I-B
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 90C 4983
JOY li. 8HARKEY,
Plaintiff,
Bl'OFauLf. MIAmUliA,,,
Pefernfaiit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Bl flENE P. sil.\ RKI: Y
Petersburg Ho
Peti i burs. Virginia
viir \i:i". NOTIFIED thltl a Com-
plaint for Divoro* ha* bean rii*i
HKalnft you In the Clrcull Courl ol
Hi, Eleventh Judicial Circuit In ami
I for I iad< i 'ount). i-""i Ida, Chancer>
[cauar N. "' i',s:; >> .mv it. shah-
LkHY, ami you are hereby required to
laerve a ropy of your Anawer thereto
on AlA'lN s '\w.v. Plaintlffa At*
[torney el On* Lincoln Komi Itullrllnu,
] MlHin'l BeaCh, Florida, anil file tin-
tiiiuinai Anawer In the office of the
[clerk ol the cir.uit Courl on or be-
fore July ".. i'"'1' otberwl** aald Com-
[plain) mil be taken aa oonfaaaad by
you.
Dated May L'T. ll"".- ,
I-: B. NBATHERMAK, Clerk.
Clrcull Court, Dad* County, F'lorlda
|*geal) Bj l II. KICK. .IK, .
Deputy clerk
6/3-10-17-^4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. eOC 509
MAItY HI'BERT,
Plaint Iff,
V*.
HBRMAN HI'BERT,
Defendanti
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: MKKMAN Hl'BFTRT
Addreaa: I'nknown
Toe ARE HEREBY NOTIMKI
that a cult for divorce hn's been filed
aaainst you and you are required to
aerv* copy or your answer or plead'
Ins to Hie Hill of Complaint on th.
Plaintiff* attorney. J. DAVID UBH;
WAN. M Si:. F'lr-t Avenue, Miami,
Florida and file th. original In the
office ol th. clerk of the Circuit
Court OB or before the r.th day of July;
otherwise the aleratlon* of aald Bill of
Complaint will D* taken al confessed
by win. ,s
Dated till* 1st day of June A.D.,
' E 1! I.F'.ATIIF'.P.MAN. Clerk.
Circuit CtMrt, Dude County, F'lorlda
(Ma|) l-.v K M I.YNfAN.
Deputy Clerk
.1 DAVID I.IKP.MAN
Attorn*) for the Plalnlirf
HI SI'. F'irat Avenue
M1'"' K1",i,l:' fJB.lt.lT-M
NOTICE OF INTENTION
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN. thai
I AI-C.IST1S W. Alt.MSTKoM',.
a' k CIS ABM8TROKO, who ni
convicted In the Criminal < ourt or
Rcpr the 15th day of i>.-. umber, IMS. or the
off.ti.-.- ol being an acceaaory.before
the fact t" the crime or assault arttn
Intent to ommlt u-raml lar. ny, ami
sentenced theretoi to two and one-
half i-i',1 >ear, will npt>l> lor a par*
Son to th. state Board ol Pardona,
Taiiahass.-. Florida), at It* next rar-
utai meeting on s.-picuib.-i Mh iMO.
CH'STI'S \V ARMSTRONO,
Applicant
HYMAN P. i.AI.IU'T
Attorney for Applicant
till Fifth Street
Miami I'.ea.h, n.olila ui
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKKDV GIVEN that
the under- (mVd, dealrina to enaaKc In
buelnea* under Ihe f,";,l;"';u11'l!'",''^
Of FLORIDA'S FINKST. P MDF. Or
Kl.ttKIDA: K ft M CANDY CO., at
S W lth Rtreel Int.ml- to reg-
later said names with Ihe Clerk "f the
fi .it Courl of Dade County. loi-
I.AIHA I.F.K CANDIKS. INC
i: I,,*, oh AltMchuller. Prealdenl
fCOl \i:p, ft MANNIIKIMIK
Attorney* lor l.aura i.e.- Candle*, Inc
I 3 lii-l, -Jl
vmnv
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage iti
imslni'ss undei the ficllttoua nan., ol
DURA III,K F'l.te'K CtlVKRINO COM-
I'.'NY mot Inc.) at 18*04 N.W. 7th
Avenue. Miami, I'la., int. nils to r. m -
Id na ni.- a iih th.- i 'lerk c.r the
Clrcull Court of Da.i.- County, Florida.
HAMCEL T LEVY, Hole Ownei
It RNRY < K \Ml\ m'oi I,, v
1834 Washington Avenue
.Miami i a a, o .;.., i- a/riua '
..".'"--'7. i/?.-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICIlllOUo NM,t L.AW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN thai
the ufldendgnedi dealrinii to *n|ti
bualneaa under the Ifctitiona ni......
ol M.l.-l''l.i>KIDA COI-I-ECTION
m;i:.ncy at P.O. Bos No h-im,
North Miami, Florida Intend* to ren-
ter aald name with the Clerk of the
Clrcull Court .,r Dade County, Florida
ORVIM.E HOHWARTZ, Hole Own.i
HENRY A KAMI', Attorney
1124 Washington A\*eini.-
Miami Beach St, Florida
l/tt-sT, IA-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREKY OIVEN that
the iin-l.-i siy n.il, desirine to engaae In
business under Ihe fictitious, name of
JOAN-TKKRY CRKATIONfl at M
W. 4f.th Street, Miami Beach Intend
o reaist.-r sal.I name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Bad* County,
Florida,
JOAN DliCCKKK
TERRT RCBIN r.0%
DAVID DRUCKER
,\-ttorue\- for Aoi.li. ants
:I10 Rlacayne Bldg.
B/tO'tT, /s-m
LEGAL NOTirC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 34*9
?RACE MARTINI,
Plaintiff,
ANTHONY MARTINI.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANTHONY MARTINI
filL' Tenth Asenue,
Sun Mateo, California
You. ANTHONY .MARTINI. are
hereby notified that a Bill bl Con-
plaint for Divorce has been riled
agalnat you, and you are required to
serve n copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to Ihe Hill of Complaint on tli-
plaintlffs Attorney, LAWRENCE I.
HOLLANDER, Suite 103, 1090 North-
east 7:uh sti.-.t. Miami 18, Florida,
and fib- the original Anawer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court on or before Ihe 20th
ilav of June, 19CU. if you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
agalnal you for the reflel demanded
in ihe Bill of Complain!
Tliis notice shall I., published once
each week for lour conaecutlve week*
In THE .IKWISII I-'I.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lit* daj ot May, a.d.
IM0,'
R R i.i:athi:i:man .Clerk.
Clrcull Court. Da.le County. Florida
(aaal) By: n M. i.yman.
I i.piitv clerk
LAWRENCE l lloi.l.ANDi:i:
Suite :'":. 10*8 N.B. fttb St.
Miami 18, l-'la I'l.a7.a 7-:'.CI
attorney for Plaintiff
:. jn-iT. r.'.l-ir>
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to encase In
business under the fictitious name Ol
CAMBLOT REALTY at 1102 Congree-
Blda.. Miami. Fta., Intend to regiater
aald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ALBERT N. COHEN
IRVINfi WALTMAN
Sole Owners
B/U-20-2T, 6/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK- IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underaicned, deelrlng to einiuge In
bualnen under the fictitious name of
roRWtCK \\\\<>* ft WBIKI1ARD at i
400 N W 19th Street. Miami. l-'l..rula
Inland to regiater sal.l name with
the Cl. ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
('oiint%. I'lorlda.
I- I!, ft \\\. INC..
a Florida ot potation
B> / LEON KIT in. Pre*
Attest -tlv: s's ROSE KCTfN. Becty.
FREDERICK K HCHBR
SAtorn.yforP,a*W..6tot.Wif/vl|
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 0C 4349
Ail: 1\'\ KSTMKNTS. INC.,
a i'lorlda Corporation,
Plaintiff,
c,i:i:ai.Ii AI.FANO and .lOIINNIK
LOl'IHE VLFANO, Ills wife, el al,
I i.a'.-nil.ints.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Trv CHARLES M smith and
IIKI.WOI.A SMITJI. hit !!. ,'.'V'V
trai Ave., Newburan, New rork. 01 1
{ i.icnN and AYN IV LKION. his
wife imi Inn, Chatham, New York;
you nn i.....by notified thai com-
plaint for Ihe foreclosure of a mot
aaae on Ihe followin-- deacHbed prop-
erty situat., in Da.i. County. Florida,
"'i...!1 SI FIRST A.....TI..N TO I'INK
TREE I 4tE, ai.or.llni! to the I ,at
the.....r recorded In Plal Hook IS,
ai Page U of the Publti Record* M
Dole County, Florida, .....
been Hied agulnal -ou ami other*
in th. above ttyied i a i*e, ana yoti
an.i ea.h ..r you are hereby required
1,1 s. : v. a copj ol your answer or
oil,, i pleading to th Complaint upon
plaintiff'* attornej I'laude H I*'
::.: Calumel Bide.. Miami II, ^'"i,1:,f
and file the original In th* office ol
the Plerk ..f the Clrcul < oorl In "'i
for Dade County, Florida, on o tM
\:.\, 'th.. Ith day June, IMA t >-'
fall to do so Judgment by "'/""Jf,"}
be taken agftlntt you for the reliet
tided In the Complaint.
. ,i this l "tli do- or Ma>. i"'"
i: B. LHATHERMAN. Clerk
H curt ;:;,v
U r.TMAN,
t
6/ii-io-
e NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 4643
LAWRENCE ZAPRUNE.
I'laintitl.
\ s.
HEI.BN Z A FELINE.
I left n.hint.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HELEN ZAPELINE
, n s'oplii.- Snchek
Morgan Drive
Moraan. Pennsylvania
You. IIKI.KN ZAPELINE. 'i. here-
by notified that a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has i.....n rn.-.i agalnal rou,
ami von are i-e.piiiv.I tP sen,- H copy
of your Answer or PlaaQlni to the Hill
ol Complaint on the plaintiffs attOI-
n.-s. RICHMOND A WOLFSON,
Eaat One Lincoln Road Hulldlnit. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, and file the orig-
inal \nsw.i or H.-ailing In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on
or l.efor. the L'.ith (lip of June. I960.
if you fail to do s.(. Judament by ne-
iBUll will !" taken aaint you for
th. relief demanded in the Bill of
i 'oniplalnl.
This notice iha'l b* pttldlshe.l on..
ea.h week [ol four eonaecullv* week*
In THE .IKWISII FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 16th day "f May. AD.
B R LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
,s,aii By: R RICK R-,
Deoutv Clerk
RICHMOND & woi.'s.iN. Baqa.
VMorneya for Plaintiff
i o.. i incoln Road Building
Miami It.ach
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the iin.l.i sii4iu .1. desirine to engage ii
Inisln.s- under the llclltiou- name ol
ALLAPATTAH TEXACO SERVICE
at 2X00 N.W. 17 Ave.. Miami 42. Da.le
County, Florida intemls to reglatet
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court f Cade t'l.n't' Florida,
ANDREW 0. SHIELDS,
sol. owiel
8/10-17, s/3-io
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlru to engage In
bualnea* under the fictitious name of
LEEWARD INTERNATIONAL at
lii'.i. N I-:. 7*th Street. Miami. Da.le
County, Florida Intend to ref-latet aald
name with the clerk of tile Circuit
Court of Dad.- County, I'lorlda.
JBRRT BOOORAD
ARTHI'R BHRHARDT
BTANLEY BP8TEIN
Attorney foi Jenj Begorad
and Arthur Khrhnrdt
: 13.10-27, 8/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desirim; to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CL1PP9RSHIP CRCIRRB at P.O. Box
V.-74S7 In the City of Miami, Florida
intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida this 10th
lay of May, 1060.
Ci. W OC.RADY
Sole Owner
R/13-20-27, 6/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTI I IOUS NAME l AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desirine to engage In
i.usiiicss under th*' tlctltlous namv of
CRBATIVB ARTS DIST. CO at IV-'I
S.W. Kth Street, Miami. Florida in-
tends to regiater aald name with the
clerk of ii circuit CoUrt ot Daile
('..mil v, Florida.
OI.ADYS K. JACOBS
RBIOFL. T'T'"i m \ KRT
Attorney- for f;iad\s K. Jacobs
... S'3-la
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKHY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, d*eTrlna t" rni
bualneas under the fictitious name <
TEL AVIV MAINTENANCE SERV-
ICE at I'll' Lincoln ltd Ml.....i Bern ;>
Int.nils to register aald name with
the ci.ik ..r the circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
BF7RNARD Holl'.MAX
WINCOR ,v CRKKNFIKI.D
Attorneya for Applicant
MO Lincoln Road.
:, M-ST, fi/3-if
IN THE COUNTY JUDOF'3 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR'DA. IN PROBATE
No. 49027-C
IN RE: Batate of
THOMAS HARDIMAN
1......IS, ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditor* and \u Perenn* Hay-
i.n: Claims ol Dcinands Agalnal BBFfl
Batate: ,
You ar* hereby notified and reoutr-
,.,l to pi .-sent an) da in- *Bd l.inaiel-
l.i. I, you may have aaalnat the
ilnte of THOMAS HARDIMAN d-
I late of Dade County. Florida.
, ti. Count) J'id*ra of fade ( nuntv.
>iid rile Hi' Ihelr on
.iinlv Courl'.on-. :n I > i le I 'o.in-
iv Florida, "i'hin elahl calendnt
months rrom th* dale of Ihe first
'pilhllcation her*Of, or UN same wil
'" 'vokI'md,' a HARDIMAN, Ea-
ecutriv of Ratate of Thoma* Harm-
aaed.
fW-HWARZ .\ ZINN
\ i tort ,
1 BMB- """i/iTri. /.-!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 4475
MOSFIS DEVRAITf and TERBSETA
DBVBADX, a I. a TERESETA
Di:\i'.Ars. his wiie.
Plaintiffs.
ci \IDI-: B, Z1EOLER. and ALICE
l '/a i :<: I MR, his wife. elc. *l al.
I>efeml:i nl I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Claude P. Rietrlei and .Mice I
Heeler, his wife. If living and II d< '
their unknown heps, devl...... lega-
tee-, or grantees, fi. Iv HecUel and
Harriett H.ik. r. h's wife, if living
and R dead their unknown heirs, dev-
sees legate.- OT LM". lit,.- I'lvil'eS
B, iiradv. and if married Brady,
his wire, ir living and It dead their
mkiiown heir* aateea, ,
it........s; Hueh E Crillj .Ir and H
married Crilly, Jr. his wife. If
v ,n; and If -I '(' 'Wo
h.-lis. .levi-e.s.'legatee* grantee*
.lam.-- I Brown, and II married
Brow n. his wit".- if li> In* n I U dead
their unknown heirs. .I.vis.es. lega-
lee*, or grantee* aaalanee*, rredltora,
..the- pa' i '- hether
natural or corporate, claimln Inter-
eat* bj tliioiiKh on.I. i i aald
artles defendant orolh.iuis
also all persons hf%Yfh* ot claiming
an\ Interests In the following des-
, m i i;,.. is i.-|n -.,,. an' belnK
ole County. Florida, to-wtt:
"Tnict ^*. in th- NW'i "' Section
e oi. I'm-p 40
East, according to the Plat thereof
i cor le.' in 'i -.I, i a' i' >-'
kv ot the Public Record* of Dade
County. F'lorlda.
Von and e.ich ol J .." ar. h.-r. b) i
llllrad to serve a cop, of yoUl ansW.r
|fl the Cooiplaiii
nlnliitlffs attorney Claune M Barnea,
lumel I'.Mk Miami, Florida.
on or before the '-'"th da> of June.
i...... and fit* tlo- original i'i the office
of the Clerk of B* Court,
otherwise the allegations .i aald or-
will I-- la ed by
\..ii and ea.h of you. ___
i this l-th da> ot May, 19*0.
I> i:\THKRV1 V\ Cleric.
Circuit Co County, Floi Ida
(seal)
Den'i'.v 1'Ierk.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 49611
in i:i: Batate of
.I'lSI'.CII I'ltAVKT
I leccHsc.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'ers.ms Hav-
ing Claims or I'.-ma nils Agalnal Said
Batate;
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim* and demand*
which >ou maj have agalnal the es-
tate ..r JOSEPH DRAVET dec eas.-.l
tale ot Da.le County, Florida, to the
Count) Judge* dI Dade Cottnty, and
file the Hame ill their office* in the
Count) Courthout* In Dade Coonty.
Florida, within eiaht calendar months
from tin- .late ..f the rirst publication
hereof, or the .....- win b* barred
I'AII, DR Win'. Adiiiinislralo!
for the Batate of Joseph Drav.t.
deceased.
LOUIS R 1:1:1.1.1:1:
Attorney
rot Kr-t St., Miami Beach, l-'la
. :'"-.'. I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.. angat* in
bualnea* under the fle*ltlou* name nl
JOEYS AI'Tii SERVICE al 1090 N.E
IBJrd Ktreet, North Miami Beach,
FI* Intend* lo regiailer aald natni
\. Mil the flel k of the ircilll I '..II 1 id
Dad. County. Florida.
JOSEPH DICBRARR
SAMIKI. It STM'K
Attorney for Applicant
1761 Coral Way, Miami. Fla.
, '. ::-lf>-li
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA* IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, iw CHANCERY
No. 60C 4492
PBDRO ORTIZ
PlaintiM
v-
CARMEN OONZAIJOS
I 'efendanl
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
yrvc. CARMEN 11' >NSS \ I !''/ I \ -
viva, PiiricTso Rico are notified
that a Complaint for Divorce has l>een
filed agalnal \..... PEDRO ORTIZ.
ami yog are required to aerv* oopy
.. .,, t osv. i ... .p.. I'..iiii.laiitt on
Olno p Negrettl, 10 Congre** Hulld-
Ing, Miami. Florida. *nd fll* the orig-
inal iii Hi. Clerk'* Office on or be-
fore th* -'"th day of June. I960, If
' oil fall to do so a I...... !'!..-( 'oil-
will be entered agalnal you.
i .t.-.i this llth da) of May, I960,
A.D.
f; iv i i: \nii'i: \i \ v Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dad.- c.....n>. Florida
(s.-al) B) : K LVMV
Deputy Clerk
.". 98-J7, ii S-10
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewisti FI solicits your legal nonces.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
mmi Fll 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is Iii;i:i..i:y c.ivfin that
the undei signed, desiring to engage in
biiriinewK under the flctl(lou* name of
WASH FAIR al l'2l 73rd Street. Mi-
ami Keach. Florida Intend* to rea
later said name with the Clerk of the
(it. nil Court of Dade County. Florida.
MAX XYKR
11 I F'lSCMIiACH
Attorn.-\- for Max Xver
ii- vv FlagJer St.
Miami. Florida
.. -:. fi 3-10-17
NOT.CE UNBCR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HF'RiCBY Cl\ i:N that
the undersiKiied. desiring to engage in
ItuaineaK under the fICtltloua name of
TICMPo SAI.F'.s at :'.'il(' i'.iti.I way.
Miami. 11a.. intend.- to register eaid
name wnth the l'lerk Court .if Dade County, Florida.
ItoNAI.D sVMtlXt*
Sole owner
MAitvi^f i. vvif:nf:k
Attorney for A|Hlicant
911 Ainsle* l:l.|e
Miami If, Floii.l.,
r./27./S-l*-17
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is iif:i:i:py ci\i:n that
th.- underalaned, dealriag to rngag* in
luiwiii.-ss under the tlrtili.e.s name of
THE I'Al.MS CO Advertising at
6701 N.W. I?th C'.nit. HJaleah, Flor-
ida Intends to register aald name arlth
the Clerk of tin Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
MANIICI. (IRKKXW AI.D
Sole Owne:
HENRY M WAITBKIN
Attorney tor Manuel Greenweld
.I."..". Lincoln Itoa.l
Miami Peach, Florida
__________________________:. L'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47176-B
IN RE; ESTATE OF"
ANNA MAROOLIH,
I leeea se.i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR OrSTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE I- liei.iA given that I
have filed my Final Report and P
(ion tor Distribution ami Final Die-
.-harce as F:.\eeii|or of the F!st cte of
Anna Margolls. deceased: and thai on
Ihe Wth da) of Jim.' 1941b, ill apply
p. ihe Honorabl* county Judge* of
D.oie County, Florid*, for auoj-ovai of
.ml final Report ai"l for distrihutlon
ami final dlacharge as PTxecutor of
ihe Batate c.r the abova-natnad de-
I .ol. Ill
ii.is jiui .p.. ..r May, inc."
NTMAN MACCol.lS.
i :., utor
HBNRY M. WAIT/.KIN
Al.......')
!- Lincoln Road
Miami peach. Florida
:.'_'T. C'--10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 4918
iii:i.i:n i.ii.i.ia.n saTRAN,
Plaintiff,
i.m:i:v KATRAN,
I et. ndalil.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LARRY HATRAN
< o Mrs. Ifyra Klzzl
I i "a" Street
Fan ek .. c 'aliforn a
You l.AKi:V BATRAN are hereby
notified thai a Pill ol Coniplalnt for
Divoi.e has been filed agalnal you,
ami .v.ni are retailed to s.a ve a
copy tr your Auswei or Pleading to
the Pill c.r Complaint on th.- plain-
tiff's Attorney, a.ni:f:i.c> a. aii. too
Alnale- Building, Miami Hi, F'lorlda
.mi riie the original An*wer ..r Plead-
lUI in the office ..r the Clerk of tha
Circuit Court on or before the 27th
das ol June, 19*0, If you full lo do
so. Judgment by default "III he taken
i-! vou fur the relief demanded
In th.- Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for fow oon*ecutle weeks
in Till-: JEWISH F'l.i'KIPIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlaatl,
Florida, this |4th daj of May, A.D.
I960,
K. B. LBATHERMAN, C'.rk,
Circuit Conn Dad.- .'..ontv F'lorlda
(seall C W I. RBHM
Deputy ('lerk
AXCKI <> A Al I
4'Mi Alnaley liullding
Miami U, 1'h.rld.i
Attorney for Plaintiff
. : '.-10-17
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