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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JfWISH WEEKLY
33 -rr Number 25
Miami. Florida, Friday, June 17, 1960
Two Sections Pi ice 20*
Farers Eye
Boycott
IAR Skips
faRK (JTA) The
International Union is
eliminary steps to renew
[ against Arab blacklisting
pan ships for trading with
I was announced by the
[week.
nth ago, the SIU called
lay boycott of the Egypt-
[ Cleopatra, in New York
fter the State Department
Used to intensify diplo-
rts to protect American
seamen against Arab
Ktion.
[boycott, which cost the
i owners of the Cleo-
estimated $44,000, may
lied in the near future.
til, president of Hi* SIU,
that his oftice is com-
fresh data" about con-
of the blacklisting by
> Boycott Office, affect-
job opportunities and
of American seamen.
made his announcement
[a report from Damascus
her American ship had
id to the blacklist. This
[Banner Lines "Atlantic,"
in New York, was ban-
lentinued on Pag* IA
BERNARD ABKAMS
. While Nous* emlhr
Gurion, De Gaulle Meet;
Pledge Franco-Israel Ties
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
PARISIsrael Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion told President De Gaulle, of France, Tuesday that
there was a strong possibility that Russian Jewry would migrate to Israel some day.
The Prime Minister, who also said that increased immigration was expected from North Africa,
made the remark in reply to a question about future immigration to Israel. The exchange took place after
the formal luncheon tendered by the French President to the Israel Prime Minister as one of the high-
lights of Ben-Gurion\s official visit to France.
Ike Orders Probe of Rockwell
US. Neo-Nazi Party Activities
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Eisenhower asked Atty. Gen.
Rogers this week to look into neo-Nazi activities in the Washington,
D.C., area. The President acted as a result of a long talk with leaders
of the Jewish War Veterans,
National JWV Commander Bernard Abrams, of Jersey City, N.J.,
and national executive director*-------
3uP} .F,\. BnT-. L Wa85Dlgf)n' Nazi Party" on the Attorney Gen-
called at the White HOuse. In their era,.8 St of subversive organ.za-
presence, Eisenhower issued ,n" tions
structions to an aide that the At-
torney General be advised of the I The White House asked the
concern of the White House over Justice Department to investi-
the increasing neo-Nazi nuisance, j gate the Nazi activities here with
The Justice Department is current- view to determining whether
ly considering whether to place; a finding of subversion should be
iLi n coin-Rockwell's American
IKYING KANE IS SPEAKl*.
leration Annual Meeting
sparing for 500 Leaders
ie 500 persons were to attend the 22nd annual dinner meeting
greater Miami Jewish Federation on Thursday evening at the
Uia hotel to elect Officers and trustees and to hear a progress
>n the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal by general chairman Sam
\on Attacks
)b Prejudices
By Special Report
*GO Vice President Nix-
letter to B'nai B'rith out-
lis views on several Middle
ues, declared that the Unit-
ies, while seeking to pro-
la "mutually acceptable"
rael settlement, must con-
press for effective action
11 open the Suez Canal to
[shipping and protect Amer-
Merests from Arab boycott
|acklisting.
also stressed the need to
th diligence and patience"
Bet the conditions by which
[Arabia excludes American
sen of the Jewish faith
tic U.S. military installation
hran Airfield.
Vice President's 750-word
ent, dated June 7, was ad-
to label A. Kati, of New
[ana, president of B'nai
Kati made public it* con-
[Sunday afternoon in a
before the annual conven-
Continued on Page 6-A
* Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom was to offer the invo-
cation, and Jay I. Kislak was to
preside as dinner chairman and
toast master.
The program was scheduled to
include an address by Arthur S.
Rosichan, Federation's execu-
tive director, and presentation of
awards to Sam Blank and Harold
Thurman, general CJA chair-
men, and to Mrs. Anna Brtnn^r
Meyers, campaign chairman of
the Women's Division.
After the luncheon, which was
held in the huge diningroom of
the official residence of the
President, the Palais d'Elysee,
the two leaders retired to the
palace gardens for coffee. They
were joined by Premier Michel
Debre, Foreign Minister Mau-
rice Couve De Murville, former
Premier Guy Mollet, deputy Is-
rael Defense Minister Shimon
Peres, and Ben-Gurion's private
secretary, Itzhak Navon.
In the warm summer day, the
assembled personalities discussed
a variety of topics such as future
of the underdeveloped countries
and, more specifically, Israeli top-
ics.
President De Gaulle asked a
number of pertinent questions
about Israel and the Jewish peo-
ple, one of them concerning future
immigration. He also asked the
Prime Minister for an explanation
for Israel's rapid agricultural ex-
pansion. The Prime- Minister re-
plied: "When we immigrated to
Israel, we had three goals in mind
the return to the land, the return
to the homeland, and the return
to labor."
The Prime Minister also com-
mented at length on the signifi-
cance of the Bible as a factor in
uniting Jews outside of Israel and
in uniting the totality of the Jewish
Continued on Page 16-A
Principal'talk was to be deliver-
ed by Irving Kane, national pres-
ident of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds, on
"Miami Meets the Challenge of the
Offs."
Other reports were to be given
by Judge Irving Cypen, chairman
of the nominating committee, and
a "President's Report to the Peo-
ple" by Sam J. Heiman, current
Federation president.
Heiman, nominated last week
to a second term as president,
was to be presented for election
at the Thursday meeting.
Nominated for reelection as vice
president are Dr. Morris Goodman.
A.J. Harris, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
and Harold Thurman. In addition.
Continued on Page 3-A
mad*. The JWV leaders asked
Eisenhower to convert* a Whit*
Hous* conference of civic and
veterans leaders to consider the
neo-Nazi problem. They said that
subversive neo Nazi activities
had emerged in Washington "in
the very shadow of the Capitol
building." They expressed dis-
may that a member of the Ma-
rine Corps is permitted to par-
ticipate in the local Nazi group.
Rep. Seymour Halpem, a mem-
ber of the House Committee on
Veterans Affairs, expressed con-
cern to the Attorney General over
members of the armed forces, vet-
erans, and government employees
in the so-called "American Nazi
Party." The New York Republican
I said the actions and aims of the
! local neo-Nazi group were not in
conformity with traditions of free
government. Rep. Halpern asked
for a report on a current Justice
Department study of possible sub-
version.
The Jewish Labor Committee ]
urged Mr. Rogers to invoke appro-1
priate sections of the Subversive
Activities Control Act Against the
American Nazi Party.
The appeal was made in a
telegram signed by JLC Chair-
men Adolph Held. Asserting that
the "use of the Nazi symbol and
utilization of Nazi philosophy as
Continued on Page 7-A
Meir, Argentine UN Spokesman
Mum on Stiff Diplomatic Talks
REPORT TO GREATER MIAMI ... SEC.
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONSMrs. Gblda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister,
held a two-hour conference Tuesday with Dr. Maria Amadeo, perma-
nent representative here from Argentina.
The conference, which was concerned with Argentina's ultimatum
to Israel to return Nazi killer Adolf Eichmann to Argentina or face an
Argentine complaint in the Secur*--------------------------------------------
ity Council, was held in the private
apartment of the head of the Uru-
guayan delegation. Prof. Enrique
Rodriguez Fabregat.
Mrs. Meir declined to make any
comment on the conference other
than remarking that "we had a
very pleasant talk." Asked whe-
ther any decision has been reach-
ed on the Eichmann case or on the
Argentine threat to take the griev-
ance against'Israel to the Security
Council, Mrs. Meir replied that
"no decision was expected."
She also said she did not knew
whether she would hold another
meeting with Dr. Amadeo.
On the other hand. Dr. Fabre-
gat emphasized his confidence
in the feeling that despite the
inability of Mrs. Meir and Dr.
Amadeo to agree Tuesday on
Argentina's request for the re-
turn of Eichmann to Buenos
Aires, there was still the. possi-
bility of bringing the two into
some agreement.
It seemed certain after the meet-
ing Tuesday that Argentina would
go through with its announced plan
to bring its grievance against Is^
rael to the Security Council. The
formal complaint calling for a
Security Council meeting on the
issue may be filed this week.
The permanent representatives
of 19 countries that are members
of the United Nations and high-
ranking officials of the UN, in-
cluding Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold, were entertained
at luncheon here Tuesday in hon-
or of Mrs. Meir. "Ambassador
Michael S. Comay, Israels' delega-
tion chairman here, was host at
the luncheon held in the private
diningroom at UN headquarters.
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Israel Jabs Eichmann Extradition
FRANCE AS AGENT FOR EXTRADITION 'IN ABSENTIA' PAGE 16 A
JERUSALEM(JTA)Israel leaders moved gingerly this week 1o
retain custody of Nazi mass murderer Adolf Eichmann without losing
the friendship of the country where he was captured.
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion consulted at length with his
aides on a sharp note from Argen*--------------------------------------------
tina demanding the return of Eich-
mann within a week. Argentina
threatened to raise the issue at the
ed with implementing the murder
|"of 6,000.000 European Jews. The
note held out an implied promise
United Nations if Israel refused toithat once Eichmann was returned,]
yield the former SS Colonel charg-jthe Argentine Government would i
| consider an extradition request.
The note added that, if Eich-
mann were extradited on geno-
cide charges, he would have to
be tried either in Germany, the
site of the crime, or before an
International tribunal in accord-
ance with the .UN Convention on
Genocide, to which Argentina
and Israel are signatories. Is-

Continued on Page 2-A


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Israelis Nix Eichmann Extradition
t capterr The critarisa u
Bariaralarrj at tie text M
the brad aote. and V reference
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tjeera sad *e.red the Nazi ccnau-
Esanbne, ntpi>r her* car-
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perf- .* m Mian an wane* fine dew i ad *iaeiwad ~nOl" m
. J-ri*a ptiiBk'saay tartar (award tor** fywe. Maanv dUr) that
a aua caargrw wwJa exzerasaaatjoa is easry Jaw in Israel w*ae
at the uielrrti easies." the nwuwl say ins* seat warn an re-
wate state*! Mareorcr. Arcestnaa a*y t* Aretatwwta aw." Tha
heca imaj m Aiawai eader ahaaM east ha nfmnsa* s tha
faiae itoiaanau. aa -evidently ir-
recator
wiooei a tha regaooaJ drest
Contest, studies with Rabbi Max A.
ffilsiwi director Abradaoasi
bc-.pcion in the national

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It was also aoted that ;kt|
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Uaru for a-ybai
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asserted, da* aat
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Zcmora. both of whom emerged be local cootast ander the direction of the Bureau
of Jewish Vacation. Jonathan is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
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the Society for the ?cocitraeiiori
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her states to abide by international
law
The I*raei Goversaaeat was ex-
pected to reject the Argentine de-
aaaad and the ptobhun was how to
da so without risk of a coanpiete
deterioration in the traditionally
friendly Israel Argentine ties.
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that the Argentine reaction, how-
ever aaderstaadable in a normal
case, was exaggerated and misdi-
rected in the Eichmann sit nation.
The reaction of shock here also
dampened somewhat what was be
ginning to be a mounting criticism
of the manner in which the Prime
Jiinister and the Foreign Ministry
had bandied the aftermath of Eich-
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Philly Texts Dilute Nazi Era Crimes

mel silence" concerning the sys-
tematic murder of Jowt under
tho Hitler regime. One text if
denounced at "fantastically de-
ficient" in this regard. "Calcu-
lated omission*" were found in
tome college text* used in ad-
vanced high school classes in
,aron Eisenstein presents U.S. Savings Bond to outstanding
adent at closing exercises of the religious school of Temple
r Tamid. Receiving the award is Elaine B. Cohen. She is
daughter of Dr, and Mrs. Sumner Cohen._______________
ederation Annual Meeting
Continued from Page 1-A
committee selected Julian
ikle to serve as a vice presi-
iy I. Kislak is slated for an-
term as treasurer, and Carl
kind has been nominated asso-
treasurer. Judge Cypen was
cted as secretary, and Emanuel
|th as associate secretary.
imuel N. Friedland heads the
es as chairman. Other trus-
nominated include William
nove, Shepard Broad, Leo
;Chaiken, Leo Eisenstien, Judge
'Milton A. Friedman, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Sam A. Goldstein, M. J.
JKopelowitz, Sam C. Levcnson, Ben
I Meyers, Joseph M. Rose, Arnold
Seder, and Mrs. Samuel Simon-
Ijoff.
Honorary trustees are David
Phillips, Harry Sirkin ,and Mrs.
Carl Weinkle.
Highlights of Heiman> com-
ments were expected to' include a
review of the achievements of Fed-
eration members agencies despite
limited funds.
PHILADELPHIA(JTA)Most of the 22 history textbooks used in
Philadelphia's public and private high schools fail to explain to students
the Nazi theory and practice of racism, The Jewish Exponent charged
here this week.
In the second of a series of ar-
ticles resulting from a special
study of the high school texts, the
newspaper reveals that most of
the history books "omit the com-
plete story of Hitlerism." A few
of the books, it is disclosed, "don't
even mention anti-Semitism" as
practiced under the-Hitler regime.
The report, citing various text-
books by title, author and publish-
ers, shows:
1. One textbook picturing Naii
concentration camps as places
into which "ministers and priests
who objected to policies of fa-
natic devotion of the State were
thrown."
2. Another textbook "which does
not draw the lesson of racialism"
but makes "the curious error" of
stating that 3,000,000 Jews were
victims of Nazism in concentration
camps instead of using the con-
firmed figure of 6,000,000.
3. Still another book credits Hit-
ler with transforming Germany
into "a united, energetic nation,"
but concedes that the "gains were
won at the cost of human liberties"
and that the Nazis "persecuted the
Jews" but does not mention con-
centration camps or genocide.
Throughout most of the texts,
the study shows there is "abys-
Philadelphia.
One. text was found not o.ily
short on tellflfg* the history'it Nazi
racial persecutions, but also in-
dulged in adverse criticism of Jews
in America who resisted "amal-
gamation" by retaining for a long
time in home and synagogue tradi-
tional Jewish rites and practices.
The textbook writer is shown as
disapproving the fact that some
American Jews spoke Yiddish and
read Yiddish newspapers.
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Number 25
Friday. June 17. 1960
22 Sivan 5720
Eichmann Trial Seen as a Lesson in History
It is supposed that each century of man's
passing history gives rise to four new genera-
tons. This meens that a generation has emer-
ged since the heyday of the Hitler era.
Yet careful studies indicate On abysmal
ignorance relating to Germany under the Third
Reich, the criminal activities of the Nazi party,
the fate of the Jews who lost six million souls
to the racist philosophy of Aryanism. end the
nature of the action taken by the Allied Powers
to put an end to Germany's most inhuman
hour.
Such ignorance is not only prevalent
among the new generation in Germany itseli
We note this to be true in our own nation, as
well. It must be no less true for other countries.
Cne can readily understand why the facts of
history become distorted, fragmented, or even
lost over a period of thousands of years.
But how were they forgotten in a quarter
of a century? The problem in Germany can
be fathomed: in our own nation, however, such
forgetfulness is to be deplored.
Studies indicate that history books for the
use of high school and beginning college-level
pupils are written with an eye toward consid-
erably toning down the inhuman crimes of
Nazism. Such "readjustments" range from re-
setting Jewish losses at three million dead to
exalting in veiled fashion the "progress" Ger-
many made under Hitlehan rule.

SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Why? The reasons have been discussed
in these columns many times before. But. ac-
cepting the accuracy of these assumptions, and
they are readily available for critical survey of
the doubtful, the purpose of the impending
Adolf Eichmann trial becomes apparent.
Israel does not want retribution. Such
motives have long since died in the swirl of this
young nation's fantastic drive toward achieve-
ment. Israel does not need revenge. The
energy directed toward fulfilling her many
social and economic programs easily dissi-
pates this land of elemental and really un-
worthy ambition.
Eichmann was the architect of the Third
Reich's master plan to exterminate lews wher-
ever they lived in the farflung regions of Nazi
conquest. No Hitler "underling." he is thus
o living example of the bestiality that nearly
consumed an entire world.
If this world has since chosen in the name
of expediency to forget the enormity of Nazi
Germany's crimes, the Eichmann trial will at
.least temporarily dust off the memory of those
unwilling to remember and give food for
thought to the new generation that has not yet
learned.

THE LEGAL ELEMENTS OF NUREMBERG
While many may wonder why Israel is
making much of the capture of Eirhmnnn. the
bulk of those opposed to the trial base their
doubts or arguments on considerations of juris-
diction. Israel, they declare, did not exist when
Exhmann committed his crimes. Nor. they
say, did these crimes take place in Israel,.
Their recommendation is a trial in Ger-
many, either with the Germans, themselves.
as prosecutors, or under the auspices of a
"little Nuremberg."
Objections of this kind are specious on
fheir face. In the first instance, to which Ger-
many would Eichmann be returned? To the
Federal Republic of West Germany or to the
People's Democratic Republic of East Ger-
many? And. assuming an acceptable decision
could be made, why would these governments
have any more jurisdiction than Israel, since
they were not in existence during the Nazi era
But there axe far more basic and unshak-
able arguments in Israel's favor. Nuremberg
established two principles of international law
upon which the court held its right of prosecu--
tion. Without them, there could have been no
trial. These are:
1. Retroactivrry. The war. criminals who
appeared at Nuremberg were indicted by the
power of laws created after the fact, with the
bulk of the processes concerning "crimes
against humanity." Despite the inadmissibility
of ex post facto, the international body trans-
cended basic considerations with an eye to-
ward larger concepts of justice. These included
voluntary relinquishment of individual national
sovereignties involved, which, readily gave
way to Nuremberg as the universal instrument
of judgment: and strict interpretation of tradi-
tional law, in the name of higher moral goals.
2. Territoriality. Many of the war crim-
inals were tried and punished for acts not com-
mitted in Germany, alone, nor solely within
the geographic purview of the Nuremberg set-
ting. This followed as a natural consequence
of the acceptance of the legality of the inter-
national trial.

GROWING CORPS OF THE FORGETFUL
Both in the matter of retroactivity and ter-
ritoriality, Israel is within her right to try Adolf
Eichmann for crimes against the Jewish people
and humanity. The considerations that gov-
erned Nuremberg are precisely those govern-
ing the admittedly unusual Eichmann case.
These, of course, are questions pertaining
precisely to the legal aspects of what has be-
come a cause celebre since Argentina's objec-
tion to Eichmann's removal It is fantastic that
the higher moral stakes of the issue hardly
concern Israel's critics todayincluding many
troubled Jewsso much as do the legal. It is
equally fantastic that those so heavily taken
up with the latter remain confused by ill-con-
ceived notions that put Nuremberg far into the
dim pastits purposes and its achievements.
Or. perhaps, it is not so fantastic. Perhaps
the critics are. themselves, part of the growing
corps of people with poor memories when it
comes to Nazismor members of the new gen-
eration who have no guilty consciences to re-
press but who have simply not been given the
facts.
during the week
... as i see it .
r 110 MINDLIN
Friday, haw 17
** Station WQAM 4 Z^
*/" "agn u r, J
"-progra.']
are poles apart, aad [
both of us feel gniehi'S
prof ustoa of intemperate M
marks be has made i_]
Mkch daman m.J_?*V
i
rael in recent weeks, and complain of mad) da
emanating from his microphones.
Mr. Courtney is, of course, his own problem. Be is entitle! _<
opuMoas be expresses. But. where they incite to riot. Mr. GjwbV
beliefs may do longer chum impunity in the name of free speech,
become the concern of an outraged community that must ckarmi
with violation of his public trust.
As I understand it. WQAM's pundit has been accusing lan^
international transgression. It appears to be has belief that IsngM
actions place her somewhat lower in the esteem of maaknj* n
Hitler's plundering Nazis and Stalin's corps of cutthroats Leaauaaaaal
be declares, is a man more sinned against than sinning. In hut3
Germany's architect of the murder of six million Jews is maoeeatj
til proven guiltyan opinion not even the presumably aaztaaal
Argentine government would dare utter today.
According to Courtney, poor Eichmann is being persectCed btfl
rowdy bunch of upstart kidnappers against whom there ought toll
a law.
Even such utter absurdities as these would ordinarily lie t*vl
my purview, since I can not account for abysmal ignoracc* is J
places at all times, and must necessarily limit ray interests to ^3
of more weighty significance. But Monday, the fat was in tfce firtl
-:- -:
THE CATKMISM Of SIViW CAUiRS
BETWEEN 9:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., I received seven crackpot telephafl
* calls. With only slender variation, they all espoused the Coonafl
cause. Of the five men and two women involved, all earr.c.;i> soivafl
the following information: What is your "race" going to do about tfl
deplorable situation in Israeli (the common term for the Jewish Stafl
employed by uneducated people who assume the guise of oafl
science)? Aren't the Israelis wrong because, in the final anahjfl
they violate the mass opinion of a public that helped them into nafl
ence? There have been many bombings of synagogues, and coulafl
the "persecution" of Eichmann give rise to new ones'' (This lfl
ominously stated.) A rabbi in Miamiunnamed despite my coanafl
has suggested that Eichmann be let loose in the street.- of Tel Aiifl
for the mobs to finish off. How can your "race" be so brutal aH
blood-thirsty? What do you think of Alan Courtney?
The questions were, of course, more urgently askedsome stasfl
in the foulest kind of language even to these ex-Infantry ears, tfl
position was equally monolithic in reply: I did not choose to disofl
the issue with anonymous callers, but would welcome their visit fl
my office. Like them. I am an American citizen: and like tbeal
have no influence on the formulation of Israeli policy. In making fl
Jews responsible for the opinions and actions of some Jews, asfl
the case of the alleged rabbi's equally alleged remark, they wereeH
ploying a common anti-Semitic technique. Since they had chosnfl
adopt such an obviously prejudiced attitude, why solicit my opwiafl
Why not consult Mr.. Courtney, who also is Jewish*
In violent response to this succulent bit of information, one womafl
charged me with being "a Jew liar." The other, in incredulous
belief, slammed the telephonea custom she has undoubtedly leanafl
from Mr. Courtney himself. One of the men callers suggested tfafl
it would be as easy to bomb The Jewish Floridian as it had been "fl
take care of" some of the synagogues.
:- -: -:
MO tONCfl MIS HKSOMAL PROPERTY
IN POUR CASES. I was not let off easily in the matter of my opiaafl
* about Mr. Courtney. The question, repeated, met with my J
query in return: "Forget him for a moment, if you can.' I unafl
"What is your feeling about Adolf Eichmann?" The answers, U
course, were significantly evasive.
I can go on and on. but this seems sufficient to establish afl
character of the callers and the tone of their conversationthe btatfl
illicit use of the term. race, the confused equation of Israel aH
all Jews; the threat of bombings, from innuendo through outnMj
warning. Why had they contacted me in the first instance? "J*B
formers, who initially reported on the substance of the programs, aB
plained it easily. In defense of Israel, one Courtney listener citeifl
Jewish Floridian column, which was promptly rejected by the "Of
seerand here I paraphrasebecause The Jewish Floridian cruiiliaj
Roy Conn. (This was Roy Conn of Conn and Schine fame, the stjflj
puppets of the McCarthy heyday, who some years ago aroused MJ
idolatry of pettifogging pundits and peerless patriots. Where "
Mr" Courtney's overwhelming love of fair play then?)
Mr. Courtney's reputation deservedly precedes him in *B tfj
ten. There is thus no need to discuss his politics. They area!**
and concise to the ill-informed and ignorant as they are obaaH"J
almost terrifying to the well-bred. But they are no longer his P^fJ
property protected by the sanctity of free expression because, wbflj
be would condone it or not. Mr. Courtney has now incited one **"*
of the community against another. It hardly matters that be did*!
sanction it and might, indeed, regard its consequence- with hsrtj
for in his name an ugly threat has been madea threat to Bin !
violence the unhampered right he passionately claims for hunseD'H
speak and write as one pleases. ^B
It would be difficult to deny the fact that Mr. Courtney has *
violated the trust of a news commentator and his respoosibibty J
community he serves. What does Radio Station WQAM think a*"|
this?
*miK KBATt TO MO AVA
THE BRUTAL FACT is that Mr. Courtney glitters like a prtjjl
gem in the crown of the station's array of features. His *3
apparently, is wide, and commercial considerations are not *j
swept aside. Contrarily. were station officials to set tbout du*"""]
the issue with their "enfant terrible." they might find themsl*
the position of the dog that was wagged by its tail. J
One suggestion offered by station officials this week J
a group of persons informed in international law to app**1 *JJ
Courtney program and discuss the Eichmann trialwithout cfl
by Mr. Courtney "except for introductions and commercial^ 1
No one is better aware of the character of his audience taM*l
Courtney himself Wellnlocumented information, intelhgeotly "
would fly wildly by the minds of men more accustomed to Jj*?^
It is no accident that, of the seven persons who called me -MOnd,'Jl
made a major point of identifying with the WQAM wameiiuw
special query reserved for my attitude toward him. I
What could be accomplished through the kind* of pro
Cenrkwed en Page 7-A


5*
, June 17, 1960
+Jewisti fk>ri4kn
Page 5-A
ER TO THE EDITOR -
ly Means to Obtain an Objective'
I, The Jewish Floridien:
["cause celebre" that you
tmpling lo create out of a
y by the name of Lincoln
jll,- as spelled out in your
of June 10 in your news
(column comment and edi-
laiter is deserving of com-
this organization because
eeming importance you rel-
this organization in the
foi Rockwell.
apparent that your paper
that suppression of Rock-
so worthy of a goal that
Crediting of Jewish lawyers
ranizations by obvious mis
nts and outright lies can-
kin your honor. This of
is the well-known "any
obtain an objective" test
[the Fascist, the Nazi and
imunist used so effectively.
Billusioning to see any rep-
|tive of the Jewish people
on the level of the totali-
vell isn't the first Nazi to
I on the American scene as
It to the Jews. There were
[L. K. Smith. Father Cough-
a host of lesser lights.
these men were defended
LCLU as to their rights un-
First Amendment; where
y today? Defeated, not be-
^hey had their freedom of
suppressed, but because
leas could not stand the
light present in the mar-
ice of American freedom.
ganization doubts that you
i one serious act of sup-
of ideas, no matter how
le, that effectively ended
rculation.
the misstatements and
lies, I believe that we
titled to correct the rec-
have sought to use to
kt the American Civil Lib
[ Union. Your syndicated
Milton Friedman, says:
made a spectacle of it-
ting to Rockwell's side."
kCLU has not as yet even
represented RockweJI; we have
represented a man named Mor-
gan, who came to ACLU's Wash-
ington office accompanied by
Rockwell, and asked for ACLU's
assistance because he had no
lawyer. Further, the only so-
called news source to so report
ACLU involvement has been
Frier1 man, who obviously has
some personal involvement.
Then Friedman goes on to say:
"ACIfU (by so representing Rock-
well) has lost national stature, dis-
tinguished members have resigned
. ." Fact: our membership has
increased 17 percent over last year
at this time, and if any distinguish-
ed member has resigned, he has
done so in the past 24 hours. In
short, there have been no distin-
guished members who have resign-
ed, either in Miami or elsewhere.
Then, in your editorial you
comment on "Union attorneys of
Jewish faith who, unsolicited, step-
ped forward recently to defend
Rockwell in a Washington. D.C.,
courtroom." Fact: ACLU attor-
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I am still shaking from reading
all the news about Rockwell and
his gang. How naive can our gov-
ernment get to support such a
party-? What do they think he is
looking for?
To kill the Jewish people is pea-
nuts to Rockwell. He and his sup-
porters want to get even with
America for losing the war to de-
mocracy. Now it will be much eas-
ier for the neo-Nazis to take over
without even firing a shot.
If our government lets them get
strong and have a free hand. Nixon
won't have to worry about running
for the Presidency because Fuehr-
er Rockwell will have taken over.
Does our government really want
this to happen here like it hap-
pened in Germany? If so. then
just turn over the keys to the White
House right now.
I hope and pray our government
neys,. whether.-Jewish or not. do
| not step into a case unsolicited;
'to do so is in violation of the canon
of(ethies, and as I have mention-
ed heretofore, ACLU represented
Morgan. Rockwells sidekick, at
his request.
For 40 years we have been mis
understood and maligned by the
obtuse, the totalitarian, the react-
ionary arid the radical, and in that
1 period history has well illustrated
that our position was sound. It i^
unfortunate that your history has
not at least taught to you the les-
so nthat totalitarian methods are
; self-defeating.
HOWARD W. DIXON, Chairman
Florida Civil Liberties.Union,
ACLU Affiliate.
EDITOR'S NoTB: h il a curious phe-
nomenon that the American Civil
Liberties Union, in id passionate de-
fense of the rights of neo-Nazi Roc_
well and his henchmen, accuses those
who would cry out against (hem of
"iTdU'linx on the level of the totali-
tarians." Somewhere, the shoe is on
the wrong foot.
wakes up before it is too late. This
time, the Nazis. Arabs and others
will unite, and we will be helpless.
- MRS. MINNIE SOLOMON
Miami Beach
Editor's Noti. : Mr... Solomon may
he justified in her fears, but noii'here
In news reports emanating from Wash-
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A musical revue, conceived and
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along with awards.to members for
outstanding contributions to their
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Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. former na-
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Dr. Lawrence Krasne. president-
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Friday, June 17, iggn
Nixon Attacks Arab Suez Blockade
r.'.-st prize winners in the annual Essay-Art Contest of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education at the annual meeting of the Bureau
a* the Fontainebleau hoteL Left is Richard Lee Walzer. Tem-
pi* Beth Sholom. winner in the essay phase. Right is Frances
L. Greenberg, Hebrew Academy, art winner. Other winners
were Ivan Esterman. Hebrew Academy; Sindy Harris. Temple
Emanu-El; Philip Gold. Beth David; Joe Abromovitz, Flagler
e say. Art winners were Jacqueline Sams. Beth Sholom;
Morton Braverman. North Shore High School; Elliot Bachman.
Hebrew Academy; and Rosalyn Streifer, Beth Am.
Continued from Peoe t-A
I tion of B'nai B'rith District %
I Central iwidwest region of the
t Jewish service eranriation.
The B'nai B'rith leader said Nix-'
on's letter was in response to one
he had HBl the Vice President fol-
lowing a meeting he and Maurice
Bisgyer. of Washington. D.C.. ex-
ecutive vice president of B'nai
B'rith. had with Nixon several
months ago The two Jewish lead-'
ers met again last week with the
Vice President. Katz said.
In his letter. Nixon reiterated
U.S. policy which, he said, recog-
nizes "that the independence and:
integrity of Israel and the Arab
countries of the area are of vital
concern to the United States."
In support of this policy. Nixon
wrote, "our government must con-
tinue to use every- suitable occ^>
ion. both within and outside the*
United Nations, to facilitate prog-
ress toward a mutually acceptable
solution of the Arab-Israel conflict,
based on amity and recognition of
each other's existence and inde-
pendence."
Asserting that the Government
has "unequivocally affirmed .'
publicly and repeatedly" its sup-
port of freedom of S u e z Canal
transit for all nations, including
Israel. Nixon added:
"We must continue to press
for the effective implementation
of the principles of freedom of
the seas and free access to in-
ternational waterways, and the
protection of the interests of
American seamen end ahippinfl
now being discriminated against
by the Arab boycott and Made-
listing policy."
the Navy began including in con.
tracts with oil cargo shippers in
January, 1?S8. It allowed th.
Navy to cancel its contract with
a ship owner whose vessel was
prevented from loading or on-
charging cargo by the Arab boy-
cott because it had
traded with Israel.
previous
Under PL 480, the United Statw
sells agricultural surpluesto
friendly nations. allowing them to
Friedman Named President-Elect
iie Milton A. Friedman, of
MicMtii. will be installed president-
el* d of District Grand Lodge 5.
B Mi B'rith. at a District 5 conven-
tn beginning Sunday evening at
the Mooticello hotel in Norfolk.
Va
S'.me 500 men and women from
V -ida. Georgia. North and South
Carolina. Maryland. Virginia, and
the District of Columbia are ex-
pected to attend the convention.
-Aaron Tollin. of Washington.
D Z.. president of District 5. will
c< -duct the convention sessions.
restrict 5 is one of seven in the
I ted States and part of the 400.-
0CC membership of B'nai B'rith
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The United States. Nixon contin-
6ed. "neither recognizes nor con-
dones the Arab boycott." Consist-
ent with this policy, he said, "we
must, by every available and ef-
fective instrument, continue to pur-
sue every means to restore and make payment in local currency.
protect completely private Amen- The Commodity Credit (\-rporji
can interests in international com- tion of the Department ot Agnail-
merce." ture. in its surplus sale agreement
',. ~ with Arab countries, had earlier
It ,s the policy of our Govern- ^ shipment ,., vSJ
ment." the Vice President said. ^.^ djd ^ do J^ Jj
"to protect discriminatory acts n |srae|
international trade which militate:
against American citizens and Ka,z-in writing to the Vice Pre*
American shipping. Our Govern- ident. contended that the Govern.
- concern and good intentions, ment had taken "no resistive ac-
in this area are demonstrated in tion" to discriminatory practices
the matter of the Haifa Clause, imposed by Arab state on Amen-
which, until recently, the Navy in- cans of the Jewish faith
eluded in its shioping contracts. The Vice President described the
"The use of this clause, which Dhahran Airfield issue as an un-
was designed to assure-the effici .satisfactory state of affairs -onti
ent operation of the fleet, w as dis- which we cannot merely accept as
continued in February. 1960. lest unavoidable, and one which we i
it be misconstrued as acquiesenee shall continue, with diligence and,
in the Arab boycott. patience, to try to correct."
"Similarly, in. the matter of Although use of the airbus j
transporting PL480 cargoes, we leased from Saudi Arabia is wtal
note with approval that no agency from .thest?.ndp?T,Ilt ouf nat"l L
of our Government is a party to'*ecunt>'- Mr. Nixon acknouNg- ,1
such discriminatory contracts.""1 a serious drawback m the ar- '
Mr. Nixon said. rangements in that Americas
troops assigned to Dhahran n>
The "Haifa Clause" is the high- quire visas which Saudi Arabia
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+Jewish norldilaw
Meyer Kronenberg (left) receives a National Jewish Welfare
Board distinguished service award from Leon Kaplan, Miami,
JWB national vice president. Kronenberg, former resident of
Birmingham and chairman of the Alabama JWB Armed Serv-
ices Committee, now lives in Miami, where he is currently
active in the JWB morale program for GIs and hospitalized
veterans in the area. JWB is the agency authorized by the
U.S. government to serve the religious and morale needs of
Jewish servicemen and hospitalized veterans. In the Miami
area, JWB's work is supported by the Greater Miami Jewisti
Federation.
THE WEEK... AS I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4-A
tion's manager suggests? Mr. Courtney's personal staturenot to men
tion his ratingmight rise further; for there is virtue, as well as guilt
in the process of association. But it would not substantially enlighten
the large corps of his listeners, among whom are counted a lusty bunch
of anti-Semites. To them, Israel and the Jews are an abomination or
ny ground, and Eichmann's trial emerges as ample "justification" for
their hatred.
Lest those who jump to his defense offer Mr. Courtney's sometime
elf-confessed "Jewishness" as a sign of his "objectivity.'' let the rec-
ord be clear that one of the heroes of Conde McGinley's hate sheet'
"Common Sense," is Benjamin Freedman, also a Jew. highly touted bj
this stagnant fen of bigotry as the author .of "Facts are Facts."
And. incidentally, let this self-confession be a gauge of the intelligence
of his audience, some of whom were stunned when I reminded them of
it. (The wildly hopeful note here is that perhaps they listen no more
effectively to anything else he says.)
No, there is little to be gained in a public "debate" with Mr. Court
ney, however silent he may promise to be for the moment. The solu-
tion lies in a far more profound and bold strokeelse tyQAM will never
remove its eyes from those ratings. For ratings are based on the pre-
disposition of Americans all to be entertainedand that includes the
bigots among us.
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a political bate in this country
Is subversive to the nation's best
interests," the 'Jewish Labor
Committee urged that, "in con-
cert with past practices," any
segment.of the populace "which
uses bigotry or threats of liqui-
dation against any ethnic group
as a political weapon should be
branded forthwith by our Gov-
ernment as subversive."
"While every safeguard to en-
sure civil liberties should be erect-
ed, at the same time we hope that
you will make known to law en-
forcement officials throughout the
country and to the press of the
world, that no group in the United
States bearing the symbol of Naz-
'sm has any place in our political
life or in our democratic commu-
nity," the JLC said.
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Browns hirts
Picket in D.C
WASHINGTON-(JTA) A uni-
formed squad of George Lincoln
Rockwell's neo-Nazi brownshirts.
wearing swastika armbands, pic-
keted the White House on Sunday
bearing placards urging gassing of
Jews.
The placards read: "Eichmann
did not kill any innocent Jews;"
'Ike, help free Eichmann;" Punish
the Jew International Bandits;"
"It's No Crime to Kill Jew Com-
munist Traitors, We Killed the
Rosenbergs;" "If the Jews Can
Kidnap Eichmann, They Can Kid-
nap You."
Police monday arrested two sup-
porters of Lincoln Rockwell's neo-
Nazi group on charges of disorder-
ly conduct at a Nazi rally near the
U.S. National Archives bldg. One
of the men arrested had participa-
ted in the picketing of the White
House at which time he wore a
brownshirt uniform and swastika
armband. Rockwell's meeting end-
ed in confusion as several non-
Jews heckled the neo-Nazi leader.
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Friday. June 17. I960
Hollywood Temple Nears Completion
garden and is surrounded by stain-
ed glass panels depicting the
twelve tribes of Israel.
Architect's view of new Temple Beth El of Hollywood, now
nearing completion. Architects are Smith and Korach, A.I.A.,
Miami.
Now -nearing completion on a
ten-acre site on S. 14th st. between
Rodman and Wilev its in Holly-
wood is Temple Beth El.
Spearheaded by A. Mailman,
president and donor of^he plans wire started in early 1959
by Smith and Korach A.I.A., ar-
chitects, for a structure to meet
the needs of a 400-family congre-
gation.
The building is situated on the
sit* to provide a landscaped ap-
proach flanked on the sides with
parking facilities. To the rear of
the school wir.j will be a com
pletety-equipped recreational
area for use by the community.
The building is planned to con-
tain fpur divisions of activity a
school of seven classrooms for 25
students, each plus a large multi-
purpose room which can be made
into three regular rooms by means
of soundproof accordian doors. A
smart TTl?chefT*i* iriclude"cT-in tiffs
room for use by meeting groups.1
adults or teen-agers. The rooms
and corridors have gaily colored
walla and floors and acoustic plas-
ter ceilings.
The administration area is com-
posed of offices, reception, rabbi's
study, and a large library. The lat-
ter rooms are enhanced with wood
paneling and book shelves.
A wide covered entrance walk,
flanked by gardens and a reflect
ing pool, provides access to the me-
morial vestry. Here a large clear
plastic dome roofs over an interior
Beth David Reelects Aronovitz President
Beth David Congregation has re
elected Sidney M. Aronovitz to a
second term as president.
Others named at a recent meet-
ing are vice presidents. Harry Au-
gust. Max Jacobson. Sheldon Kay.
Sidney Lefcourt and Samuel J.
Spector: corresponding secretary.
SIDNEY AtOHOVITZ
Emanuel Smith: financial secre-
tary, Frank Rose; treasurer, Ja-
: cob Sher: and assistant treasurer,
Harry' Simons.
Elected to the board to serve a
three-year term are Charles Adel-
man. Jerome Adelman. Morris At-
kins. Isidore Bakst. Benjamin
Beck. Al Beer, Harold Berney. Phil-
ip Catsman, Michael Covin. Her-
bert Frame. Leonard Gordon,
Maurice Hyman, Henry Kamen.
Dr. Morris Kleiman. Arthur Kra
viiz. Dr. Louis Lemberg, Abe Ma-
loff, Harold Pont, Joe Ray vis. Fred
Scher, Max Silver. Julius Spector
and Jack Toppell.
Already serving on the board
are Nathan Alexander. Oscar Ar-
gintar, Samuel Badanes. Harry
Cranman. Maurice Daum. John
Feller. Moe Feingold. Abram Fox,
Herbert Frame, Leonard Fried-
land. Harry Gordon. Louis Heiman.
Harvey Herman, Sam Herman, Is-
adore Herskowitz, Leon Kaplan.
Manuel Lubel, Stanley C. Myers.
Samuel Ostrowsky. Sidney Pozen.
Albert Quadow. Morris Rabino-
witz. Edward Safer. Dr. Jack Seit-;
lin, Sara Seitlin. Daniel Serott. Gus
Shaw, Joseph Siegel. Nathan Spieg-
elman, Bernard Sterling. Jerome
Stern. Max Swartz. Samuel Trau-
rig. William W a r s h a w. Aaron
Weinkle. Julian Weinkle and Wil-
liam Weintraub.
RABBI YAAKOV KOStNBfKG
Seafarers Eye Boycott of UAR
Continued from Page 1-A
.led from all Arab ports for "trad
jig with Israel."
"We have the names of other
ships that have been either added
o the blacklist or taken off the
jlacklist recently." said Hall. "We
ire compiling this data very care-
ully.
iipkin Named Chairman
P. Murray Lipkin. 900 W. si
ive.. was Wednesday appointed
:hairman of the Employ the Physi
sally Handicapped Committee of
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai R'rith
Lipkin'.s appointment was an-
lounced by Herbert Heiken, pres-
.dent of the lodge.
"Some of the data will not be
complete until the ships concern-
ed have returned to their home
ports and we can interview the
crews to obtain first-hand re-
ports about whether the crews
have been molested or harassed
by the Arab authorities. When
the data is complete, we-shall file
a brief on the entire issue.' '
The brief. Hall said, will be filed
with George Meany. president of
the AFL-CIO. since the State De-
partment agreement leading to the
withdrawal of the Cleopatra pick-
ets by the SIC had been made with
Mr. Meanv
Gables Chapter
Lists Delegates
B'nai B'rith District 5 conven-
tion will be held in Norfolk, Va.,
from June 18 through 23.
Delegates from the Coral Ga-j
bles chapter will be Mrs. Irving
Matlin. president of the chapter:
Mrs. Sidney Haskoo. president of
the Bowling League; and Mes-
dames William Heckler. Frank.
Smulson. Sam Neiberg, David J.
Sachs and Sam Kruland, past pres-
idents of the chapter.
A s incoming president, Mrs.
Matlin will attend the Presidents
Institute tea given by district
president Mrs. Gerald Soltz.
Beth David Bids
Rabbi Farewell
Beth David Congregation bids
farewell to Rabbi Yaakov C. Ros.1
enberg, who has served as spiritual
leader of the congregation for the
past five years.
In recognition of his "outstand-
ing service to the congregation and |
the community." a testimonial
tribute#will take place in Rabbi,
Rosenberg's honor on Sunday,
8:30 p.m., at Beth David.
Toastmaster will be Stanley
C. Myers, noted Jewish Commu-
nity leader. Invocation will be by
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Tem-
ple Zion. Bringing greetings in
behalf of the Conservative move-
ment, will be Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, of Temple Emanu-EI.
Also speaking will be Rabbi Leon
Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom.
and Rev. Max Karl, director of the
Florida office of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
Benediction will be by Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. of Beth El Congre-
gation. Sidney M. Aronovitz, pres-
ident of Beth David, will speak in
behalf of the congregation. A re-
ception will follow in the patio.
Rabbi Rosenberg has accepted
the pulpit of Temple Adath Jeshu-
run in Philadelphia.
Opening from the vestry is a
buffer strip separating the sanct-
uary and social hall, which can
be opened into one room of wor-
ship when needed. The social hall
can seat 350 people for dining
or 4S0 people for plays which
may be performed on a large
stage.
Ceramic tile and wood paneling
are used for the walls. The sanct-
uary, seating 300. is designed with
a sloped ceiling to the Ark Wall
as a centeV of focus. Eight full-
length stained glass windows with
Jewish symbols span the space be-
tween parallel walls.
General contractor Tor the struc-
ture is Burk Construction Co. Ger-
ald Spolter," structural engineer,
Barbanel. Inc., are mechanical en-
gineers.
To Life in Hearts We Leave
Behind It to Live Forever!
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Friday. June 17. 1960
GEMS OF WISDOM
See how precious children are;
the SMAm d.d not go with the
Ibanhcdrm and priettiy watches
to exile hut (| did go with
; children. rurjAH b. ilai.
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in-
the
; Your children ar.r the best surety.
| better than painaicht and proph-
et*; for their sa\e 1 give you the
^^
Train a child in the way he
should go. and it-hen he ft old he
I will not depart from ,t. proverbs

Be faithful shepherds of your
flocks and be- in your conduct
I a light to their paths.
----ELIJAH B. RAPHAEL,

Little children do not
they are taught to do so.
e
Love equally all your children.
-Sometimes the favored disappoint.
I and the neglected mal^e you happy.
MISHLE SIIUAUM

When you lead your sons and
[daughters in the good u>ay. let vour I
I words be tender and caressing, in I
\ terms of discipline that wm the I
I hearts assent. ELIJAH gaon. S

Reprimand not a child immedi- I
| ately on the offense. Wait till the I
I'ntation has been
I serenity. _
3n OL ^eaL Of JHi
i a nit s
rCcligious JL^ite
Fear Can be the Most
Destructive Human Emotion
By RABBI MAYER
ABRAMOWITZ
North Shore Jewish Center
lie until
-SAADIA.
replaced by -:
MOSES HASID. I
Parents must not so exasperate a I
j child that he cannot con-strain him- I
I >el/ from rebelling against them.
-MIR IIASIDIM. "
*
What a child says on the street.
the parents said at home.
PROVERBS.
In this week's Sedra, we find the
thrilling story of the spies which
Moses sent into the land $i Ca-
naan. This Biblical account is not
simply historical reference of an
event that occurred three thousand
years ago, but it is a profound mor-
al lesson for our day.
Briefly, the Bible tells .us that
Moses sent twelve tribal delegates
to spy upon the land of Canaan.
They returned with a favorable re-
port of the land which "floweth
with milk and^honey." However,
they succeeded in convincing the
people that the land cannot be con-
quered because Of its walled cities
and powerful natives Hysteria
and fear gripped the children of
Israel as they rebelled against
Moses, protesting that they were
brought through the desert only to
fall prey to the enemy.
Sc
rvtces-
J hie LLtf*cnd
AGUDATH
Orthodox.
SRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
Rabbi Isaac Ever.
ANSHE EMES.
Conservative,
president.
2533 $VV 19th ave.
Maxwell Silberman,
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
. faith in premise
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TRANSLATION ~
It was this rebellion that brought
upon the children of Israel the wrath of God, and for which they were
severely punished. The punishment was the forty years of wandering
through the desert to which the Tribes of Israel were subjected .before
they could enter the Land of Promise.
Every part of this dramatic story has a profound moral lesson for
our day. The purpose of the story is to teach us that fear can be most
devastating in the life of man orin the life of a nation. Each of us in-
dividually or as a group has a dream of the promised land. Every per-
son, every nation, goes through life with a cherished hope of "the end
of days." Whether the ideal is attained or not depends largely on the
inner courage which motivates our march through life. Stating it neg-
atively, when an individual or a nation is motivated by fear, the ideals
and goals can never be attained.
For example, every nation plans for an expanded educational and
social program for the welfare of its citizenry. Fear of war, fear of
criticism, fear of vested interests will divert the government's energies
from these goals making them seem completely unattainable.
"We have nothing to fear but fear itself" is undoubtedly true.
However, the lesson of the Biblical account of the spies is even more
profound"we should fear nothing except the Lord." Had the spies
feared the Lord, had they faith in the promise of God. the Land of
Promise would have been theirs. In other words, had they feared the
law of the Lord, they would not have been overwhelmed, by the fear
of Amalek.
wImow Uour eritaae
Roth Zohar
The economic value of gas is
not as great as that of oil, but gas
can also be used for many purposes Tabernacle,
(needs).
Not far from Rosh Zohar are the
potash and bromide works of the
Dead Sea. This is a large and im-
portant industry, requiring large
quantities of electricity. The plan
is to utilize the natural gas from
Rosh Zohar to produce cheap elec-
tric power for the Dead Sea Works.
Slowly but surely (with slow but
sure steps) the State of Israel is
advancing towards economic inde-
pendence.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Was thetre more than one altar in
the Tabernacle?
Yes. There were twoone, the
altar of burnt offering, made of
wood and overlaid with brass, and
second, the altar of incense also
made of wood, but overlaid with
gold.
The brazen alter was in the
court outside of the inner Mishkan,
while the golden altar was within
the Mishkan proper. The fire for
the golden altar was taken from
the brazen one.
What other sacred furniture was
there in the Tabernacle?
The Holy Ark (in the Holy of Ho-
lies), the Menorah, the Table of
Shewbread, and the Laver. The
Laver, like the brazen altar was
in the court of the Tabernacle. In
in, the priests were to wash their
hands and feet before approach-
ing the altar, or entering into the
This page is prepared" in co-
operation with^the Spiritual Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi DaVjd Herson
Tales and Gems of Wisdom
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwiu
Know Tour Heritage
BETH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd avo. Con
ervativc. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
Cantor William W. Lipson.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th avo. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomcr c>iff.
Frldaj si:, p.m. Saturday 8:10 >
Sermon: -The Obsereatloru of the
MeraKlim,"
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd avt.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
on. Cantor Hyman Fein.
Ku'in >]( p.m. in the abeenee of
RsAbl rfemon, Samuel Qrayson, prea-
ldyit, will speak. Saturday :i a.m.
ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
vs. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 138 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Levitan.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 408
L6,h, Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim
Karhnsky.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uol April.
Friday S::(u p.m. Men's Club Sabbath.
OfflciallMK: Maik BlsnoW, religious
chairman, ami Herbert Gureen. Ber-
monellr b} Ray Miller, ieele.le.1 to
second term as club president: "Men's
Club .Men of Distinction." Rabbi
Aprils sermon: "sten ami Thetr Mis-
sion." Bmturdaj I s.m Bar Mltavab:
RU-hard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Horodner.
OADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW
2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Eman
V uel Majidsl.
Kii.iav vir, p.m. Quest speaker:
Adolph Rachllne, Brand chancellor of
Knlshtn of Ionian. State of Hoi Ida.
Subject: "The Comln Approach to
Pythian F.C.D. and Bthice of Out
Withers." Saturday 9 a.m. Uar .Mtls-
vah: RonaJdi son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Schwartz, who will host Friday
evenlruj Ones Shablnii in his boner.
?LAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred B-rnstein.
Kri.lay l:4fi p.m. Saturday a.m. Har
Mllzvah: Ronnie, son of Mr. and Mm.
Irving Onbrarh.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews avo. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Ltvine. *
HEBREW ACADEMV? 911 6th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th St., Hla-
leeh. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
i-rin.i> vi:. p.m. Sermon; "Flarhtlne;
he Forcee of r*ear.".Ones Bhabbal
boots: Mi. and Mrs. Murray B<
In honor of their anniv.i>.n
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor YehdUah Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid sve.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
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TALES OF MORALS
Dr. Max Nordau. the noted Zion- I
I ist leader, in one of his book.*, tells J
j the following sfory:
At a convention of missionaries. I
gloHtrnf reports were rendered by |
individuals who related their van- |
I ous experiences and successes re-
I garding the conversion of many 5
I backward people to religion.
Outstanding among the reports. |
"was a missionary who reported on %
I the conversion of cannibals.
During a question period, many I
I inquiries were directed to him, asl{- s
I ing him whether cannibalism was I
I reduced by virtue of their conver- |
I "'No." replied the missionary. {
I "but 1 got them to use )(nives and j
I forl^s."
MORAL: The profession of re- |
j ligion is not the important thing. |
I it is the performance that counts.
"' V '"'": "!"' i I !': I I'..... '.....1,
yah: Ijirry, son of Mr. and Mrs. An-
thony Korda.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Lson Krooisb
Csntor Davlo Convlser.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd eve. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gsoss-
barg.
Kit'lay B:U p.m. Sermon: "My Son,
My Son." Saturday 9:30 a.m. Sermon:
"What Will Your Future Be?" Bar
Mltzyah: Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
QoiaW GbreenfteJd, who will host Fri-
day evening Ones; Hhabbat.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Raich.
Friday ::!!> p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion." Bar Mtts-
v;ih: Steven J., ion of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Goldstein.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 18th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naret.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday Idt p.m. Sermon: ".Shalom
L'ntll W. Meel Lmln." Oneg Shabbat
' 'oniii-euaiion. 'Shitentood -and
rimilierhoiKl. in hminr Mrs Skop on their departure for a
trip to Israel. Saturday 10:30 a.m.
I'.ar Mltsvab: Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Karl Rubin.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
. for Samuel Gomberg.
Friday K::i p.m. Saturday S:4r. a.m.
Bar Mitz\.ih: Michael, son of Mr and
Mrs. Arthur Mark,
ment was made and it was found
in Ecbatana (Achmetha).
The interrupted wprk was then
resumed with the blessings of
Darius, then King of Perisa.
e
What was the) importance of Mt.
Gerizim in Biblical day*?
It was important because Joshua
had the blessings pronounced from
that mountain after he entered
Canaan, in accordance with the
previous instructions given him by
Moses, before he died.
But subsequently, other incidents
I made it famous. Jolhajn, the
youngest and only surviving son of
Gideon offered his famous parable
of "the trees' selection of a King"
on that mountain. The Samari-
tans, after iheir offer to partici-
pate in the rebuilding of the Tem-
ple was rejected, chose Mt. Geri-
e
Was there a city by the name of
Ecbalena mentioned in the
Bible?
Yes, it's another name for Achme-
tha, the city mentioned in Ezra,
chapter six. It was at one time
the capital of Cyrus the Great,
who issued the Proclamation that
enabled our forefathers to return
to the Holy Land.
When the Samaritans sought to
stop the rebuilding of the Temple,
Ezra and Nehemiah appealed to
the Persian Government and based zim in place of Mt. Zion as their
their appeal on the proclamation of holy mountain. They still use this
Cyrus. | mountain for their anual Passover
A search for the orginal docu-1 sacrifices.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschell Saville. Cantor Joseph
Salzman.
Kricl.n J;50 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. S.r-
moq: a True Perspective."
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Lipachitz. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum.
H-lday |:J0 p.m. Saturday 8:41 am.
Bur MHsvsJs: Kill, son of Mr. and
Mrs. .lack I >i.i mi.ml
^ e------
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owltz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday fi:l". p.m. Saiurilay !' a.m. Bar
Mltzfali: Sim, son of Mr ami Mis
Albert Granoff, Benson: "Week!}
Portion."
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klsin.
Friday vl", p.m. Sermon: "Father's
I'lace." Confirmation: Roberta, the
dallKhter of Mr. ami Mrs. Albert lllen.
Saturday. 9. a.m. Sermon: "The Torre
View on Spying." Bar Milzvah: Allan
Lfcchman,
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN.
Jonah Caplan.
Rabbi
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
Fii.l.iv |:M p.m. Sermon: "Thoughts
on a Weddlnic" Anniversary." Satur-
day III a. m. Baa* Milzvah .lames, son
..I li. ami Mrs. Merrill Baiter.
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
Friday 8:15 p m II service to
present sanctuary and formal honor-
In* of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tobtn, Whose
facilities at the Hollywood Beech
Country club were utilized for Hie
past four years
------e------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Scbreiber.
Friila\ B p.m. s.-ininn: "Dead Sea
ituiday 9 a.m. Bar MltS-
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
I-Ylday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "His and
YoursTheme of Kthi.s of the ,-
there, 111-8," Youth Qroap officers to
be Installed: IHrrothy Kempmr, pres-
ident, Deborah Mnmen, vlee pres-
ident: Robert QinatMinjr, recording-
secretary; Janice Onrot. correspond-
ing secretary; Uarrj Shoot, treasurer.
Saturday ll a.m. Bar Mltzyah: David,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tubln.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB). 891
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Halm.
I- liday s: 1 ."? p.m. Sermon: "Kather or
I' I win, ir.'" Ooef Shabbat lioata:
Mr and Mrs. Leon Silverman. Satur-
day 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday v:'.il p.m Cuest speaker: Mel
He.-hi. who has just returned from a
rear*! stay in Israel. OneR Shabbat
to honor 6Ta4lliatfaT Saturday 9 a.m.
------e------
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi H*nry
Okolica. Cantor Morris Berejer.
Friday s p.m. Sermon: "How Can We
be Better citizens?" Saturday 9 a.m.
liar Mltzvah: Louts, s.m of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Speichlei
YOUNO ISRAEL. 890 NE 171st st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
I''iil,i\ 6:46 p m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "HlessiiiKs of the New Moon."
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Ze-
more ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
l.son Hurwitz. Cantor Meyer Qieeer.
CANDLELIGHT ING TIME
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Friday. Jun# 17, 1955
1
With
By HILARY MIMMM
A Jewish Author Would Clearly be Labeled Anti-Arab
TEMPERAMENT AND CHARACTER OF THE ARABS.
By Smim H*mdy. PhD. 25 pp. N*w York: Twiym
Publishers, Inc., 31 Union Square Wttt. $5.00.
I EBANON BORN Dr. Sania Hamady is an assistant pro-
fessor in the Department of Human Relations at the
University of Miami and a consultant in community devel-
opment at the Protestant Service Bureau here. Her hook
on the character of the Arab peoples, far from being either
eulogy or apologia, is so objective that it often seems un-
duly severe. Were it written by a Jew, this book would
risk being labeled anti-Arab. On being read by a Jew,
whose existing antipathies towards Arabs are only too
easy to evoke, one might find an interesting reaction to
this severity, one almost in defense of these bewildering
people. It simply seems incredible that any group should
be, en masse, so thoroughly unpleasant.
For the personality prafiMTTS Br.'Ham'adT UfWrll,
silhouettes nothing that can find favor in Western eyes.
Characteristics to which the author refers again and
again indicate that the typical Arab is suspicious, pessi-
mistic, joyless, arrogant, boastful, inflammatory in speech,
a big talker but a small doer, a liar, easily led, unoriginal,
lazy (manual and farm labor is disdained), poor in logic,
and dogmatic.
Even those characteristics on the brighter side of the
coin are dimmed in Dr. Hamady's analysis. The tremen-
dous hospitality of the Arabs and their intense loyalty to
family and friends (but not to the larger group-r-the na-
tion) are both seen in the book as motivated not by virtue
but by the desire to maintain reputation. Indeed, what
other people think of him is far more important to the""
Arab than any abstract moral precept, so much so that
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Misconceptions of Jewish Agency Reorganization
THE REORGANIZED Jewish Agency
' in New York is still looking around j
for a person qualified for the post of its 1
permanent representative in Israel. This
person will actually be a kind of ambas-
sador of American Jewery to Israel, in-
asmuch as all elements of American
JewryZionist and non Zionistare now |
in fact represented on the Agency's new I
board of directors. This person will hold the key to the
spending of the funds raised in this country by the United
Jewish Appeal for work in Israel through the Jewish Agen-
cy.
There are some who try to link the reorganization of
the Jewish Agency with an alleged "ultimatum" given by
the U.S. Treasury Department to the United Jewish Appeal
with regard to the Agency's- subventions to constructive
Overseas Newsletter: By EllAHU SAiPETER
Aspects of a Trial
Jerusalem
AS IP FATE wanted to under-
** score the symbolic aspect of
the case, Adolf Eichmann, author
of the "final solution'' of the Jew-
ish problem, was apprehended by
members of the Israel Secret Ser-
vice almost exactly 15 years after
he disappeared in the collapsing.
Nazi Reich, and almost exactly 12 years after the
establishment of the Jewish State.
Naturally, the news of Eichmann's capturevas the
central subject of interest in Israel ever since the
capture was announced by Prime Minister Ben-Gur-
ion in one of the most dramatic moments in the his-
tory of the Kenesset. There were several aspects
of the case that were and are still being widely dis-
cussed. First of all, a feeling of great pride was
sensed by Israelis in the fact that it was the Israel
Secret Service which succeeded in apprehending the
criminal, whereas Secret Services of many great
powers failed to discover his traces. It was felt that
a Service which could pull off this feat can be relied
upon to do its job in the fields related to the national
security.
Interestingly, there was a segment of the popula-
tion which felt that Eichmann should not have been
brought to Israel to stand trial. These people thought
that, having discovered the man who is considered to
be among the main accomplices in the murder of six
million Jews, he should have been shot on the spot
and the matter closed. These people fear the results
of the trial, which is likely to bring again to mind
the inhuman experience of the Nazi periodsome-
thing that may be traumatic for the hundreds of
thousands of Israelis who experienced personally
the Nazi regime in Europe, or whose relatives were
murdered by the Nazis during the war. These people
also genuinely feared that the trial would elicit some
of the baser emotions of crude revenge and brutality
among Eichmann's lormer victims.
However, for the overwhelming majority of the Is-
rael people, there was a deep satisfaction tran-
scending the mere desire for revengein perceving
again a glimpse of the historic event that oourred in
the life of the Jewish people: the man who wanted
to exterminate the Jewish people will now be tried,
under the due process of law, by a Jewish Court in
the sovereign Jewish State.
Psychologically, the review of the Nazi atrocities
may indeed act as a traumatic experience. But it
may be one of those experiences which are some-
times necessary, for a person as well as a nation, to
regain its full emotional balance. And also, while
the importance of the knowledge that "justice is
done" may sound like a phrase, it has a very real
meaning for those who for 15 years awaited and
hoped for it.
There is no doubt that the Eichmann trial will
have many important practical and political ram-
ifications.
enterprises of the political parties in Israel. This is entire-
ly without foundation. I am in a position to state that in
the discussions between the Treasury Department and the
UJA, these subventions were not even once mentioned.
Nor. for that matter, did the Treasury Department as
much as suggest that in its view UJA funds had been di-
verted to non-philanthropic purposes.
Any and all reports and rumors that the tax-exempt
status of the UJA was in jeopardy are completely untrue.
Also untrue are reports that the Treasury Department
gave UJA the ultimatum to discontinue subsidies to the
constructive enterprises of political groups in Israel. These
subsidies have never been granted by UJA, but have been
given by the Jewish Agency in support of the welfare of
the political parties. Essentially they have been in lieu of
the aid the Jewish Agency would have had to provide for
the new immigrants. The Jewish Agency voluntarily de-
cided to discontinue these subsidies as of the end of this
year.
But this is because the Agency found it increasingly
difficult to explain to Western-oriented Jews that political
parties have, for historical reasons, assumed welfare func-
tions and actually conduct welfare programs. Incidentally,
these parties may now embark on independent campaigns
in the United States for funds for such programs.
And speaking of the talks between the Treasury De-
partment and the United Jewish Appeal, the full story of
these talks can now be told. About a year ago, the Treas-
ury Department issued invitations to representatives of
the UJA and of other major American organizationsJew-
ish and non-Jewishengaged in overseas relief to discuss
a proposed directive regarding American control of funds
on overseas projects.
The directive provided that for any given organization
to qualify for tax-exempt status under the U.S. tax laws,
Americans would have to exercise control over the expend
iture of the organization's funds on the overseas projects.
The proposed directive presented no problem to the UJA
insofar as the operation of the Joint Distribution Commit-
teewhich is one of the major partners in the UJAwere
concerned. However, it did have a bearing on the UJA
concerning the funds turned over to the United Israel Ap-
peal the second major partner in the UJAfor trans-
mission to the Jewish Agency.
This is because control over the expenditures of JDC
funds abroad rests exclusively with Americans, while no
such American control is exercised over the funds spent
by the Jewish Agency in Israel. Three alternatives were
considered for establishing such a control system: con-
trols by the UJA, or by the U1A, or by the Jewish Agency
for Israel in New York. The first of these alternatives was
ruled out on the ground that the UJA is a fund-raising or-
ganization and should not assume a functional role with re-
spect to the activities of one of its constituent agencies.
The second alternative was discarded because the U1A,
being a skelton organization, would have to set up an ap-
paratus which would have been prohibitively costly. The
third alternativethe reorganization of the Jewish Agency
into a body providing the requiste controlwas therefore
the logical choice.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
"people Bve according to the proverb: 'Where you are not
known do whatever you like'." Equally shocking to Wes.
teroers steeped in the Judaeo-Christian morality is tk.
proverb, "A concealed sin is two-thirds forgiven "
Truth itself is not an absolute; "the Arab has
scruples about lying if by it be obtains his objective"
Giving, even within the close-knit familial group, is not
so cherished a quality as is its expected repayment The
Arab is human but not humane." says Dr. Hamady at one
point. And while she explains many of these disturbing
traits in terms of their probable historical and traditional
origins, it is difficult for the Westerner to allay bis auto.
matic hostility, nevertheless.
One mitigating factorone with which Dr. Hamady
who is primarily a scholar, would certainly agreejs tne
danger in ascribing "national characteristics" blanketly to
a whole group. It is a danger which Jews know only too
well, and from which they have suffered horribly, a sec-
ond factor is the author's own note that her book may not
apply to some exceptional Arab groups, and that many
of these things are in a process of change at the moment
anyhow. The reader would do well to bear this constantly
in mind, I think.
The book, while somewhat repetitious, makes excel-
lent use of secondary source material, much of it by
authors well-known to JewsRaphael Patai and Reuben
Levy, for instance. Its main use, I hope, will be not as*a
convenient reference for prejudice, but as a guide to un-
derstanding these oppressed, unhappy people: followed
by (one hopes, one whispers) the peace that passeth un-
derstanding?
/
b .' -mm
UN Listening Pest:
By SAUl CARSON
Isaiah is Forgotten
United Nations
[THE PROPHET Isaiah express
I ed "the ancient dream of man-
B kind" which is also "the dream in-
spiring fhe Charter of the United
j Nations." No less an authority
Ion the Charter than Dag Hammar-
Iskjold is authority for that state-
I ment. But, like everything else
worthwhile -- trom the use of atomic energy for
peaceful purposes to freedom from oppression for all
peoples, large and smallthe discovery of Isaiah s
dream is claimed by the Russians. Furthermore,
they do so without credit to the ancient Prophet of
Israel.
On a beautiful spring day, in the rose garden north
of the General Assembly building here, a new statue
was unveiled. It is an impressive, nine-foot sculp
ture of a man beating a sword into a ploughshare."
The work of a Russian sculptor, Evgeniy Vuchetich,
that statue won the "Grand Prix" diploma at the
Brussels World Exhibition in 1958. Now the USSR
has donated the statue to the UN.. -On a broad, gra-
nite base, it stands above the flowers in the garden.
On the base are inscribed these words: We shall beat
our. swords into ploughshares." The origin of that
phrase is not indicated. Presumably, the idea was
born in the Kremlin.
Israelis, and other Jews, visting the United Na-
tions have seen that quotation from Isaiah before. It
is inscribed at the side of a stairway on the United
Nations Plaza, opposite the UN enclave. There, too,
Isaiah's "dream" of a world at peace is citedand
there, too, Isaiah is not mentioned as the author. The
UN is not at fault for that oversight.
It took Hammarskjold, now, in accepting the Rose
Garden statue formally from the Soviet represent-
ative, to recall that the "dream" emanated from
Isaiah. After pointing out that the .statue "gives
symbolic expression" to Isaiah's words, the Secre-
tary General said:
"Lei us hope that, through continued patient ef-
forts of all peoples and governments, assisted by
this Organization, the day will indeed come when
swords will be beaten into ploughshares.
Dr. Goldmann is Made an Honorary Citizen
I SEE BY the Israeli papers that Dr
Nahum Goldmann has been made an I
honorary citizen of Herzlia. In re
sponding to the honor, Dr. GoldmannI
said he had been made also an honorary!
citizen of Buenos Aires, but he plan*
eventually to settle down as an active
citizen of Herzlia.
Herzlia today is one of the "prides"1
of Israel. It was founded back in 1925 by the American
Zion Commonwealth. I remember the great stench created
then. It was charged that the Zion Commonwealth had
terribly wasted funds in buying the land.
Its the old story. Many Americans said the same
thing when Jefferson bought the Louisana territory When
Seward bought Alaska from Russia, a lot of Americans
said good old U.S.A. money had been thrown away for an
ice box." '
UC*
When the Dutch bought Manhattan from the Indian!
for 24 "talers," some of the Dutch were outraged for 24
dollars, they said, you could get four cases of beer. That
Dutchmen could be so "shtoopid," they said, was incred-
ible.
The 24 dollars invested in the West Indie-
Dutch had also made settlements, would have 1
more profitable. In the West Indies, they pointed out. su-
gar was raised, which was like cash in the bank, but yu
couldn't raise sugar in Manhattan.
What was Manhattan good for? The word Manhatti"
in Indian language meant "the place where we got drunk
You could raise Cain in Manhattan but you couldn't mitt
sugar out of this kind of Cain.
Later when the British seized Manhattan, the Dutci
were glad to make a treaty with them in which they sur-
rendered their rights to Manhattan in exchange for son*
Guinia colony where sugar was raised.


Friday. June 17. I960
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE is HeVbBYOIVK& ,;
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
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T ...NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To a ( redltor. and All Persons l lav-
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You hip hereby notified and re-
quired to pus.nl any claims ami de-
mands whlrh you may have attains!
'"tale of EDWARD W KYANde
ceased late of Dade Cntintv, Florida
to J ...' oun,y Judges of Made County
and file the same In their offices In
' "limy ( .nuthouse In Dade Colin-
^n.r.ll *' .J*,,Nn e,Knt flendai-
month!- from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the name will be
barred.
ARTHUR G. GOTTLIEB. Attor-
ney for Administrator, Edward
Ryan.
%TS\lRGU TTLIEB, Attorney
820 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Miami. Kla.
6/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
, No- >C 4983
JOY R SHARKEY,
Plaintiff,
EUGENE r, SHARKEY,
Defendant.
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Petersburg HoU I
Petersburg. Virginia
YdC ARE NOTIFIED that a Com-
at for Divorce has been filed
against Mm in the Circuit Court of
tlie Kiev, nth Judicial Circuit In and
for I'ol. County, Florida. Chancery
-.,- No (0C HTM b) i"V u shar-
KEY. ami yon are hereby required to
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on AI.V.IN S. .'AWN. Plaintiffs \>
torney, at one Lincoln Road Building,
Miami Beach, Florida, ami fli.
nal Answer In the Office of the
k ..1 the Circuit Court on at I" -
July :.. ll-ilu. otherwise said Com-
plaint will lie taken as confessed by
you.
Dated Ma; 27, 19fi0.
I.EATHERM \N. Clerk.
ill Court, Dade County, Florida
B| : 8 ii RICE, .IK/
Deputy clerk
6 3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 5098
MAItY HUBERT,
l'lalntfff,
vs.
BBRMAN HE BERT,
Defendant.
AMENDED NOTICE TO APPEAR
'Hi: HERMAN HUBERT
Residence Unknown
Yr AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or plead-
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Plaintiff's attorney, J. DAVID I.1EB-
MAN. 80 B.B. First Avenue, Miami,
Florida and file the original In the
office, of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
July; <|lhrrwlse the allegations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as
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Mated this 7th day of June A.D.,
1 'ii'i'
e B lkatiiekman. Clark,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M I.YMAN.
Deputy ciork
J. DAVID liepman
Attorney for the Plaintiff
;n s e First Avenue
Miami. Florida
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IN RF": Eattt< "f
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CRAIC deceased late of Dade founO,
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Dade county. Florida, within eight
Calendar months from the date
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WUnmJu ,h(.NbMr"FAXON, Executri*
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306 Blscayne Building
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2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to rcg-
Ister said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MINNIE SIMON, Bole owner
\iyi:ks. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attoinaya '. r Applicant
iK.'i S.W. 1st St:, .1
6/10-17-24. 7'1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JWD.CIAL CIRCUIT. OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 59C-3633
JAMEfl I' Mii.'K \i:. JR.,
Plaintiff,
HARRTBT M. MacRAB,
I'ifendanT.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: II VRRJET M MacRAB,
1 Walk
27 Conaraaalonal \'
Buffalo. New York
You HARRIET M MacRAE are
hi raby notified that an Amended
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
asatnst you. and you are requi-ni to
-. rve .i ,. py of your Answ.f or Plead-
ing to the Amended Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorneys, RICHM"M' A
W01..PKON. One Lincoln Rtuid Rulld-
Inc Miami Rear'). Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
c.cnt on or before the 11th day of
July, 190. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl ORID1AN.
HONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 2nd day of June, A.D
1980.
E. B. TJCATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. D-ide County Florida
(seal) a By: L. SNEEPEN,
Deputv clerk
6/10-17-24. 7/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 49787-C
IN RE: Fistate of
HANNAH GREENWALD,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
ing i" aims or i tjjralnal Bald
You are hereby notified and re-
tjulred .' any claims and de-
mand* which you may have aaalnal
the eatati of HANNAH OREEN-
WA] i' i -'.I 'I. of -Hi. Pnunty,
. t. ih.- County Judges of Dade
County, and file thi mm :i their of-
: i,-^- |n i he Count isi n 1 lade
within eiahl ,,i, ndar
months from the date .if thl : i '
'ion hereof, oi i'i- same ^ili
be tarred.
ELIZABETH Rl >SNER
N'MIE SI.i 'I'M. I<
J. N. Ml >RRI8, At ton .
Ri4 Ingraham r.ldg.
Miami, Florida
6/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 5207-N
SARA IRIAR1 E,
Plaintiff,
vs.
''Asa MARIA, INC .i Florida
' "i pi' alo n and PEDRfJ PEN A,
I'. irti.lants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: All Peraona Interested.
v. n an hen by notified to be an
appear before the Honorable Joe
Eaton, "tie of the Judges of Hie above
styled Court, In the Dade Count}
courthouse at Miami. Florida at !>:l"
o'cli*k A.M., on the 21st da\ of July.
I960; and then and there show .-ause.
If any you ca'h, by answer duly filed
is raquJred by law, why the not. and
mortgage described in the petition on
illi h.'iein, of which the attached are
true rcples, which note Is secured by
the mortgage recorded In Mortgage
Hook 74, page 47, of the Public Rec-
ords of Dude County, F'lorida, Which
said note and mortgage are alleged In
said petition to have been lost, mis-
laid or stolen, should not be re-.sial,
llsh.d. and as to which aald note and
mortgage the said petition pVaya that
a true and correct copy thereof i
established as and In lieu of the orig-
inal note and mortgage.
Herein fall not.
Witness my hand and seal ..i sal.'
Court, at Miami, I-ade County, Flor-
ida, this 7th day or June, 1980.
f:. B. LEA THERM \N
M Clerk of said Court.
' ".ill By: K M. I.YM AN.
Deputy clerk
fllno P. Negrettl A Herman Cohen
Attorn.> s f..:- Pel ItlOm is
I :v : II. rii an i 'ohetl
1-17-M. 7 '
of
the
fi'3-in-17-J4
NOT CE UNDER
nfTlTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS ftBREBT OIVHN that
the underaigned, desiring to engage in
SPSenULaft K"oJ
ORIDA; K ^ M fANDY CO.. at
2300 N.W. 3th Street Intends to reg-
ister said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt of I>ade County, Hoi-
"1* LAURA l.EE CANOMIVJJW.
' sei.h Altschnller. President
K'\ MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Laura Lee < "^''j^
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. K is HEREIN '.IV EN mat
.sl'inc to engage In
buW v"Rmi-'-n
UN^at -0
N W 117th Avenue. Miami. Florida.
and inten's to "" nn1
W|,,, ircuit < ourt of
Dade c .i-nlv. I .,.
; E1CHENBA1 M.
owner
'R!' AI Ts-l.fl.KR
Attorney for AppltoUl i/S.10.]7.
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. A9S07
In It, : ESTATE OF
IRENE O. GREEN,
I > .-ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands against .'"Id
Fs'atr:
You. and each of you, ara '
notified and ixpilred to present j,tiy
claims and demands which yoUj Of
ithcr of vou, may have ic.,:,,-! Ilu
State Of IRENE fj. ORBEN di
lite of Dade County. Florida, to the
fonorable County Judges Of
County, and file the sain.- 'it thiir
offices lo the county Courthouse in
Made County. F'lorida. Within eight
'alendar months ftom the data "!
tha fl-st pui'l'catlon hereof. 8uM
claims or demands to contain the
'egal address of the claimant and !"
he sworn to and preoantod as afore-
said, or same will be barred.
I' t.d May 31st. A.D. IMA
OSCAR F". (1RREN. As Executor
of the Ijisi Will and T- atament
of IRENE 0. QRHEN, Deo.
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for F^xecntor.
6/10-17-24.7/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 60C 49*0
MARY N. GOLDEN,
Plaintiff,
GERALD J. GOLDEN.
1 irfendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. GBRALD .1. GOLDEN, 24 F11-
more Place, White Plains, New York,
are notified to servo a copv of your
answer to the Divorce Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney, Harrv Housen,
305 Plficaync Building. Miami, Flor-
ida, and file original with C'erk of thls
Court on or before July .">, 1960, other-
wise Complaint will be confessed by
yon.
DATED May 26. INI
E. B l-EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. I.YM AN,
Deputv Clark
6'3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 45447
In Re: ESTATE OF
FANNY PIRATENSKY GCRKIN
ased.
To AM Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against t lid
Es'ate:
Yon. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required 1 t any
claims and demands which you. ir
either of vou. may have ava 1
Of FANNY PIRATENSKY
GHRKIN deceased late nf Dade
County. Florida to the Ho
Count-. Judges of Dade County, and
'lie the fame In their offices In the
County Courthouse In Pad.- I
Florida, w'thtn eight calendar months
from 'he date of the first
. ;d claims or .
conjaln the legal address of the rlalm-

as afori ame wll' he barred.
ri. A.D.
MAX ERMCIIS
1 at Will pnd Tf-
FANNY PIKATKN UCIN.
lay for FJxeculor
6/10-17-24,7/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49813-B
IN RE: Estate of
BERNARD WEINSTOCK"
I '. 11 ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Sa.d
Batata:
I are hereby not Hied and. re-
IDlrid to present any claims and de-
mands which vim may have against
the estate of BERNARD VVEIN-
stiii'K deceased late of Pade County.
Florida, to the County Judgea of Pade
County, and file the same in their
offices In the County Courthouse in
Oade County, Florida, within eight
oalendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
HELEN WEINRTOCK,
i:\eciitrlx of Estate
NEON \ EPSTEIN, Attorney
4i'" Lincoln Road
Miami Peach. Florida
6/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY,
No. 60C 5085
SERVCi. \ SANl 'H EZ,
PI '
JUAN SANCHEZ,
1 '1 : ndam
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JC\N SANCHEZ
' al
\. a '
JCAN SANCHEZ are
notified lhat a liill of Complaint t,.;-
1 >i\. n 1
.1 eon)
of your Anawer or Plaadlngj to th.
1:111 ..r Complain! an tha plalntifTa
Attorney. kflLLICBNT l:!:\SS
I'El.i E, 311 Indue! lal National Bans
Building. Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice '.f the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
on or I', for. the ".th day of July, 1988
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against vou for
the relief demanded, in th* Bill of
Complain!.
Thla notice shall be published .-nor
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDtAN
PONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, ihi8 Is! day of June, A. D.
1960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Pade Counly. Florida
's, ail By: K. M. i.YMAN,
Deputy Clerk
MIl.l.lc'ENT RRA8B PELLE
311 Industrial Nat'l. Hank Bldg.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
6'3-10-17-24
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jewisti ftarkUalrt
sblicifs your legal notices.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-465
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned!, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
WASH FAIR at 221 7rd Street. Mi-
ami lleach, Florida intends to reg-
Isler said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Oade County, Florida.
max nyf:r
H. I. FliJCHRACH
Attorney for Max Nyer
19 W. Plai-lcr St.
Miami, Florida
I 17, ; 1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEHFIBY (JIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TEMPO SALES at 3010 Coral Way.
Mian)l, Fla., intends to register s.od
name with the Clerk of th Circu't
Court of Dade County, F'lorida.
RONALD RYMONDS
Sole (inner
MARVIN I. WIENER
attorney for Applicant
13 Atnetey p.idg.
Miami ii, Florida
.'./27. fi/:l-10-l7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. 'N DROBATE
No. 49745-C
IN RE: Estate of
UATIO 10SHPH MUSCAT,
ai-o known as
HORATIO J. MUSCAT,
I le .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
nir Claims, or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are he'-ehy notified and re-
niilred to present any claims and de-
mands which you. or either of you,
ave acalnst the estate of IliiR-
\TI JOSEPH MVSOAT. also known
ss HORATIO 1 MUSCAT, deceased
F'lorida. to the
- nf I lade
"o'nty, nnrt file the same In their
iflced 'n the Oountv Courtho
Ity, Florida, witlrln irht
from the date of th-
first publication hereof Said claims
'lands to contain the lenal ad-
'' the claimant and to be sworn

111 he |.-i 1.16 of
hate Aid
flB!.
WARY MILLER. Ag
Will and
t. ;ament of Horatio J
also k itio J.
'eoeased. Co Blry stone,
">1" Bldi.'., Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Executrix
6/3-10-17-21
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha
the underelgned, deaftriiig t. eng)
business under the fictitious nami 0
lOBY'H \I'T' SERVICE al !...... N E
':.1nl (street. North Miami Bead
F'la.. Intends to reglater said nam-
with the Clerk Of 'he Circuit Court o
Made Count v. Florida.
JOSEPH MiiESARK
SAM I El, II STARK
\'torney for Applicant
!7 Coral w'ay, Miami. Fla.
____________- -, 27. ii.1-10-1-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 4492
PEDRO ORTIZ
Plalnilff
CARMEN 01'N Z A I. EZ.
Defendant
. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU: CARMEN GONZALEZ, JA-
vrv\ PUERTO RICO, are notified
thai a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed analnst you by PEI'RO ORVIZ
*)nd you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Complaint on
Olno P. Negretti, 910 Contrress Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal In the Cleifea Office on or be-
fore the 20lh day of June, I960. If
vou fall to do SO a Decree Pro-Con-
fesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 13th day of May. 1960.
A.D.
f: 11 LEATHERMAN, Clark,
Circuit Court, Pads County, Florida
1 s.,,1) by: K. M I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
'.'20-27. 6'3-10
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY di all nip; to engage In
Ihe fictitious nani. of
rilE PALMS CO. Advertising at
\ W. 37th Court, Hialeah, Flor-
"i aa: 1 na me w it li
1 1 "rculi 1 '..HI t of 1 lade
MANUEL I1REENWALD
Sol. 1 iwner
IENRY M W MTZKIN
r Manuel 1 IreenwaM
131 1. 11. 0 a Road
h, Florida
________ ] 77, 1
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE .
No. 47176-B
IN RE: BBTATE OT
\NN \ MARi :< 11.IS,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE s hereby given that I
'iled my Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
'harge as Executor of the Estate of
\nn.i Margolis, deceased; and lhat on
11 di.) "f June. 1960. will apply
to ijie Honorable County Judges of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
and 'irial dlchrge as Execuior of
Ihe Estale of Ihe above-named de-
. edent.
This 24th *\*i of May. 1960.
NYMAN marc.oI.IS.
FIxecutor
HENRY M WAITZKIN
tttol 7
",'y~ Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
S'27. 6/3-T0-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. COC 41
HE1.I0N LILLIAN SATRAN.
Plaintiff,
LARRY SATRAN,
I 'e'enilant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LARRY SATRAN
' 0 Ifra Mvra Rlzsi
I .1 A St 1,
Eureka. California
You LARRY SATRAN are hereby
notified lhat a Pill of Complain! for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serVe a
oopy of your Answer or Pleading to
the liill of Complaint on the plain-
tiffs Attorney. ANGELO A. AIJ, 4u0
Alnsley Building, Miami 32, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before Ihe 27lh
day of June. I960. If you fall to do
so, Judgmenl by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In Ihe Bill of Complain!.
This notice shall be published once
each week 'or in THF: JEWISH FLORTD1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 24th day of May. A.D.
i960.
F: R LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: W L. REHM.
Depuly Clerk
ANOBLO A. A LI
400 Atnsl.y Building
Miami 32. Florida
Altorney for Plaintiff
5/27. 6/S-10-17
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:2-a
Friday. Jane
Traveling Writer
Retttnts
y MAX LBtMSt
France to Arbitrate in Argentine Tiff?
I saw
the other day called "The Orer>ea<
of famihr-eeufercd rfiiii I
our family was a statistic m O- I ahowldn t
This n a aew phase of
over the worhj
**d g*. to puB 19 roots and piaot thesa agam. to see life
angle of risaea. bat always to reran to the home place.
ers may know fro. tome f aT reports Bat we left by a stagger sys
tesn Stere was the first to leave, toward the ead 01 March, m order
to ret hack aad catch op with his aussed school work aad fwush with his
at the Daltoa School, wfcoch he dsd a few days ago
Adam flew back, shepherded by Adeina Edaa followed, bat took
to set hock, via
Tokyo Jenny left earlier by slow boat
Mediterranean ports, worked for a spell oa a kihhati, 1 iptaud Italy
** ** bos jast straggled backradiant aad traverwiseoa the
Cratoforo
New Defta to fiaish op ary teaching oa a I
at the Iadtaa School of loteniatjoaal
I as** |> rVlMsVt *wa*> ^*>ww*wa-in^nawaa______._____ ^__,
I had several tasks with Prune Maaatir Bea-Gunoa The
the Pans shaaibies aad a few saaay. lary Pans day* afterwanl
of the rnmssal code, un-
der which they coaid he seateared
to pnaaa tens.* 4 from two to a*
years.
me press in Brazil.
*m dtspatches from
Sao Paulo, holds met the moral
hum considerations evt-
fhe strictly legal a?
of the Ekbmarm case.)
WHEN WE ALL GATHERED together ia New York again. I took
BLOWS AIRES-OTAJ A di-
al the Fares** waaatij fere, if
was indicated Taesday One group
at the Foreaga Maastry is kaowi>
to advocate a ah rite posrooo to-
ward Israel. Aaother group., led
by akra-aatmaahst Loss Maria de
Pablo Pardo. legal adviser to the
Foreign Miaastry. insists oa a
strarOy kgahstic petition holdaag niaiamatie sources said here
ante of tar mue tnta^tm M tite Argenane-lv
rael dispute over the cap'ure of
of opiaioa Eichmaaa. fader this plan, it
editorials m La was said Israel woaW agree to the
Correo de retara of Earhmaan by prosyto
three are very sa- Argeatiaa aad woald umnediately
La Nacioo laitiate formal extraditioa de-
the steps stands which Argeatiaa woald im-i
the gaverasaeat aatil mediately grant Argeauae "face"
Correo-de la Tarde would thus be saved, aad the cap-
states that, at meet. Argentina eaa tare of Fw-hmaaa legalized.
only the extraditioa from (Frosa Paris, it was reported
of those who "illegally" lhat a Freach government spokes-
captured Firhaiaan, but not Eich- man has declined to comment oa
bJBwetf The Nazi's cap- reports that France might serve
declares this newspaper, as mediator between Israel and
be brought to trial here for Argentina ia the dispute over the
De Gaulle, Ben-Gurion in Talks
of
It
that France
mediator onjy
quest it.*
if Israel
a
Pi
" t *|
1 "M-i
"the Arger.-
Meanwhile.
rmrr.eni
Jaa Durcaaaky. a
resident, for extradrtioc
Maeaan. La
U Tarde. All
aad La
taken by
ilovtkii oa charges of a
der of Jews ia that cone: -.
World War IL A prthn.ii ir> ^A
meat was taken from him ifterZl
Czechoalarak legation here fib]
formal petition for his -nftj
THE JEWISH HOMi
FOR THE AGED
needs for its
THMFTSHOP
AH rum, faanihm^omu.
from Pi
1 A
sooms no-
a family
ami
Bveatory Adam at three had grown into a boy. with a qoeoch-
a new vocabulary aad harr that sadlT needs cuttiag
all eager to enter school m the fall. I found Steve with his right
arm m a shag, broken after a hapless high jump at the school field-d a v
his cast scrawled with deathless sentiments from his classmates and
teachers. Edna and I drove up to Exeter to bring back Michael and
all his chattels. At IS he towers five mches over me. besides bets* a
hatter journalist than his father; he is editor of his paper far next vear.
wtJe I remain a lowly newspaper galley slave.
Joany will be a camp counselor again this summer, and then will
take her last >ear at Sarah Lawrence I caught up again with the
Sees of my two lovely married daughters. Connie and Pamela, and with
my four hasty grandchildren. Even Zip is still pen of our family group.
an elder statesman of a dog. with worms and rheumatism, sleeping
away his days aad nights on our staircase but undaaated by the bat
tenag of life.
ANYONE COULD TELL WE ARE BACK by the revealing signs of
a famiry-in-actior. The house is strewn with trunks, parcels, packing
cases. My study is stacked high with books I missed while I was away,
on some of which I shall soon be reporting. There are children every-
where, and the heavy tread of adolescent boys stomping up and
the sum. and the i baffling of adolescent feet to dance music at
make a delightfully familiar sound.
All is cwafasaon-as-usual. so 1 know we are in business. The phone
nags coast entry and there are those long mysterious and mystifying
conversation* which are like initiation rites by which the voting people
prepare themselves for adult life.
A**1 every day again, around six. there is the family ritual when
young and old gather in the living room to tie together the threads
which are so easily broken under the fragmentizing impact of modern
I HOPE WE SHALL STAY PUT for a while, at least during the
year An hich sere best, to roam or rest'" Robert Browning
asked, and it u a hard question to answer. If a family is pretty sure
of tta inner ties, it isn't a bad idea to make the break away from'home '
and ate yourself aad each other freshly in a new environment.
We had the regular quota of ilraess ia Asia, aad sometimes the
novel ways were ordeal as well as delight, aad often we arhed for a
tight of those who stayed behind at home. But we alas had the feeling
of constant discovery and self-discovery And it is a good thing fur a
Eamirj to face togetheron an unfamiliar landscape, under unfamiliar
skiesexperiences which will return through the years.
If all of this is in the past tease. I hope it does not mislead
you. Our family wandering has closed one chapter, but another is
opening. Today we put Michael on the Groote Beer, bound with hun-
dreds of other students for France, where be will scurry around the
countryside on a Lambretta and taste the glones of Paris again He
and the others are doing what I would have given my heart to do at
their age.
Even now I wish I could go along.
(This is a C*j"--nt Gtluma)
people President De Gaulle, cit-
ing his visit* to Palestine in 1931
.with the French forces in Syna.
and one dunng the war years.
lauded the great advances made
by the Jews m Israel aad the pros-
perity they were bringing to a oace
barren land. Those remarks led
the Prime Minister to ash the
French leader whether be had any
plans to visit Israel
The General rspliad, -| can't
rut* Mm, eut, hut it
likely for me present." The
French President, ptBmmjjRaj
toast to Mr. BenCuriow at the
hmcMow. tsW the 40 musts that
"I want to nay tribute to Ben-
Gur.cn who personifies me State
of Israel."
On a more personal note, the
French leader added that he also
wanted to pay tribute to the Prime
Minister's -rich humor which, be
said, persisted despite his "hard
work and multiple worries.'*
mhi
Pease call us for
pick-sap.
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FOR THE AGED
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It was "Goldie Day" at the Algiers hotel .
In a lovely tribute, some 150 women gathered to
surprise Mrs. Louis Cohen, and tell her how be-
loved she is Mrs. Ann Bernstein spearheaded
the luncheon as a farewell to Goldie. who is go-
ing on a well-deserved vacation with her husband
. She's president of Ner Tamid Sisterhood .
me for the books Aaron Farr, fishing on the 79th st.
Iway. used a line with two hooks ... He caught two fish at
"lie time ... Son Harvey glad he was in the hospital recover-
>m surgery ... He didn't have to eat them .
rs. I. E. Sealfon. of Columbus, O., in town to see her nephew,
ban Jay Braunstein, graduate from the University of Miami
eal school Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braunstein. 1942 SW
St., Jonathan received the Faculty Award for the highest
lastic rating in his class ...
rs. Solomon Margolis and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz off to Palm
j, where Mrs. Schwartz installed Mrs. Richard Brams as
lent of the new Palm Beach chapter of BrandeU University
lal Women's Committee.
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retty Betsy Levine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Levinc,
v Europe this summer and also study at the University of
fes .
lilton Nussbaum and his Evelyn expect to sail for Europe
" the SS Liberte After visiting the highspots, they'll meet
[family in Florence The Nussbaums. incidentally, expect
Pt the Bruce Le vines along the way .Bruce and Mrs. L.
tally expect to include a visit at the University of Cannes in
["itinerary .
lot to be outdone. Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Rene) Leone and
little son. Victor, are planning a vacation abrqad via the
loforo Colombo Headquarters will be Florence ... Of
p, 1he Nussbaums are Rene's parents And so, the happy
s's closed.

Irs. Saul Herman and daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Vicki) Fried-
are off to attend the wedding of Elaine Belle Herman in
ernon Elaine was Vjcki's maid of honor Papa Joe
Jrandma Friedman are taking care of the children .
fr Harry (Florence) Markowitz and her son. Jerry, will go
Jkham Town with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (Del) Rubin to attend
graduation of Del's son from Harvard, where he is receiving
ctor of Philosophy degree ... In Jerry's honor, they'll "do"
town, including the Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge
most New Yorkers never really "see," mainly because it's
^s there .
It's "America First" for Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw this
. The couple will be gone ten weeks, and their trip in-
B Canada The Shaws will be accompanied by their niece,
Hne Blake.
M
plabbi and Mrs. Morris Skop to he honored during Friday eve-
Or.cg Shabbat services prior to their two-month tour of
pe and Israel It's the congregation's gift to the spiritual
er and his artist wife for ten years of service in Temple Judea's
it .
Irs. Allen Acker, of the Boutique Dress Shop, off with daugh-
jRochelle, to open another shop in the fabulous Mt. Washington
II. Bretton Woods, N.H. .
[Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tietzer, of 1270 NW 191st st., still en-
lining their out-of-town guests. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Porter, and
Dr. Zigmund Porter, of Chicago, III, and Mr. and Mrs. David
i, of Ft. Pierce, who attended the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Jon, on May 28 at the Dunes motel Shirlee is the newly
llled president of Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood She's a former
ssional vocalist and entertainer The Tietzers originally
from Springfield, Mass. .
[Friends congratulating Nat Potamkin for the honor accorded
by the American Cancer Society because of his "notable as-
|nce in the crusade to conquer cancer."

Ir. and Mrs. Max (Lee) Rubin back from Tampa, where they
lided a convention of the Jewish War Veterans Lee was
led president of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Department of Florida
Lillian Zahn. Miami Beach folksinger and guitarist, to appear
Kenmore hotel. White Lake, N.Y., throughout the summer
in .
The Bing Kossoffs and Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
jnu the many notables at the Eden Roc for the recent Danny
ias show for Aiding Leukemia Stricken American Children .
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg, 1060 Stillwater dr.. planning for
Jir trip to Europe on Aug. 8 Ditto Mr. and Mrs. Leon Simkin
L Also Isabelle Hecht, daughter of the Isadore Hechts.

It was a sweet sixteen party recently for lovely Sandra Peyser
he Aleiers hotel She's the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
r, 5911 SW 9th ter. Among guests were Sandra's sorority
Brs in Delta Psi Gamma, a club sponsored by the National
He for Asthmatic Children in Denver .
Milton and Miriam Sirkin home from their trip to Israel. Italy.
_ece. Switzerland, and France Miriam's just been elected
jsident of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, Me-
lding Mrs. Jean (Frances) Lehman.
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, Steve Brenner's roommate from Little Rock. Ark., is Charles
Le. jr. Here for a few weeks, he and Steve plan to "paint"
town .
Friends glad to hear of the progress of Dr. Samuel Gertman
wing extremely intricate surgery .
Bill Feinberg. son of the Charles Feinbergs, and friend. Eddie
zen, off to Mexico City to go to the university therebut not
re a "look see" in New Orleans.
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Birthdaze: Ivan Barry, born to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert B.
artz on May 20 Grandparents are the Arthur Zweigen-
he's the executive director of Riverside Memorial Chapels
Paternal grandfather is Nathan Schwartz, of Normandy Isle...
And: Jodi Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey (Phyllis)
fcer, 8581 SW 33rd ter., born May 30 at South Miami Hospital
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Miami, Florida, Friday, June 17, 1960
Section B
Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion with Mrs. Jacob Katzman, of 3122 Pine Tree dr., and
members of a visiting Miami Israel Bond del- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Denmark, 1746 Meridian
egation at a special reception in his office on ave.
May 22. Left to right (standing) are Mr. and
Mrs. Sirkin New President of Federation
Of Jewish Women's Organizations Here
MKS. HILTON SIRKIN
Beth David Ladies
Pick Mrs. Reinhard
Mrs. Harold Reinhard has been
reelected president of the Sister-
hood of Beth David. The following
were also elected to serve for the
1960-61 terms:
Membership vice president, Mrs.
Meyer Forer; ways and means vice
president, Mrs. Louis Seitlin; pro-
gram vice president. Mrs. Michael
Covin; school relations vice pres-
ident, Mrs. Bernard Reiter.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Arthur Rosinek; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Murray Marcus; finan-
cial and membership secretary,
Mrs. Stanley Tinter; treasurer.
Mrs. Max Rosing: and advisor,
Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin.
Board of directors are Mesdames
Harold Abbot, David Alterman, Sid-
ney M. Aronovitz. Edward Ave-
don, Benn Bloom, Herman Bonn.
Murray Dacks, Sidney Daniels,
Joseph Feld, Irving Genet, Jack
Geyer. Robert Gold. Edward Gold-
berg, Richard Herold, Max Jacob-
son. Bernard Kanter. Manuel Lu-
bel, Norman Reinhard. Sidney San-
ders, Louis Schwartzman, Harry
Stone, John Strunin. Leonard Wolf,
Milton Zoloth and Harry Zucker-
man.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin has been se-
lected to serve as president of the
Federation of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations for 1960-61, succeeding
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, it was an-
nounced this week.
A vice president in charge of
community services in t h e past
year, Mrs. Sirkin will step up to
the top post of the major women's
group in Dade county, whose affil-
iates represent 117 important or-
ganizations with a membership
exceeding 10.000.
Vice presidents elected for the
coming year include Mrs. Samuel
Gertman. education; Mrs. Charles
P. Feinberg. program; and Mrs.
Dorothy Kreiger Fink, public af-
fairs. A fourth vice president in
charge of fund raising will be
named latetr by the nominating
committee.
Other officers will be corres-
ponding secretary, Mrs. Oscar
Zeltzer; recording secretary, Mrs.
Oscar Sindell; and parliamentar-
ian, Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz. Three
delegates to the board of gover-
nors of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will be Mrs. Larry
Friedland. Mrs. Samuel Goldstein,
and Mrs. Henry Wernick.
The board is the policy-making
body of Federation, comprised of
the community's top men and
women who are active in welfare,
education, and civic work.
Also elected were members of
the FJWO Advisory Council. They
represent large segments of affili-
ated women in Miami, and have
demonstrated their leadership and
experience in administration.
Named were Mrs. Aaron Farr,
Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers, Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, and Mrs. Ber-
nard Stevens.
Nominating committee is head-
ed by Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, chair-
man. Members are Mrs. Max Do-
brin, Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, Mrs.
Daniel N. Heller, Mrs. Louis Ma-
kovsky, Mrs. Alexander Robbins,
Mrs. Philip Schiff, Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro, and Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer.
Addressing the final meeting of
the year, the outgoing president,
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, reviewed
achievements of the big women's
group and urged more of its mem-
bers to participate in the Combined
Jewish Appeal as their personal
community responsibility, at the
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West Miami Barbecue
West Miami B'nai B'rith Lodge
will hold a barbecue, dance and
entertainment on Saturday eve-
ning, June 25, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Fish, 6347 SW
15th st. In charge of tickets are
George Fish and Lou Zeger.
Spearheading the drive for books for the library of Temple
Ner Tamid are (left to right) Mesdames Henrietta Fine, Flor-
ence Roller, Gus Gold. Rear are Mesdames Pauline Duke,
Rhoda Stein and Mollie Fabric, chairman. The library, when
complete, will be wood-paneled, sound-proof, and air-condi-
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Mrs. Louis Cohen, president of temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood.
js honored for her "service and contribution to the Jewish com-
munity." Left to right are (rear) Mesdames Dan Piver. Eugene
J. Schwarz. Jack Greenberg, Era Rosenfeld, Murray Shaw, and
Carlton Blake. Front row are Mesdames Edith Feldman,
Goldie Cohen, and Ann Bernstein. They were participants in
a special skit honoring Mrs. Cohen at a luncheon at the
Algiers hotel.
Pythian Sisters
To Honor Chief
District Deputy Grand Chief of
Pythian Sisters Shirley Bach this
week announced a banquet on Sat-
urday evening at the Pine Tree
Inn. 2441 SW 37th sve.. in honor
of Grand Chiei Elsa Gregory's
visit to District 5.
Grand Treasurer Alice Pomer-
antz is overall chairman. In charge
of reservations is Mrs. Dorothy
Sanders.
A games night will he held bv
the district at Roosevelt Temple,
4601 W. Flagler st., on Wednesday
evening, June 29.
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, of Miami Beach, at May 18 cere:
monies in Kfar Hassidim, Israel, where an eiqht-room medical
clinic was opened under the auspices of the Vaad Hapoel of
Histadrut. .
Sisterhood Meeting Scheduled
Sisterhood of the Caribbean Jew-
ish Congregation will meet June
20 at the home of Mrs. Stan Scher-
er, 12475 SW 187th st. Mrs. Dan
Sherman is in charge of reserva-
tions. Last meeting of the organ-
ization was June 6 at the home of
Mrs. Marvin Bardack. Mrs. Pearl
English was awarded prize of the
evening.
Holiday Spot
In Cool Maine
Miamians planning a northern
holiday are invited to consider a
vacation spot in New England,
combining seashore and country in
the homelike atmosphere of the
Lafayette Hotel and Cottages on
the oceanfront, Old Orchard Beach,
Me.
According to the Goodkowsky
management, the resort is noted
for its kosher cuisine. "A home-
like atmosphere prevails. There is
no pomp and show at the Lafay-
ette, but warmth and friendliness
-perfect spot for every member
of the family to enjoy a wonderful
vacation," they say. Pari-mutual
racing- and many golf courses are
near by.
Saul and Harold Goodkowsky in-
vite inquiries, and state that both
brochures and family-plan rates
will be sent on request. S.T.
Beach Couple
At Dedication
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, of
Miami Beach, will return here
shortly from their extended tour
of Israel.
The couple were present during
May 18 ceremonies-Hi Kfar Hassi-
dim which opened a new medical
clinic with their aid. The clinic
is sponsored by Vaad Hapoel of
Histadrut.
Isaac Hamlin, representative of
Histadrut in Tel Aviv, who offici-
ated at the dedication, declared
that "through Kupat Holim, med-
ical arm of Histadrut, which serves
over 1,450,000 men, women and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Nash now
share in the life-giving deed of
maintaining Israel's health wel-
fare."
Mr. and Mrs. Nash are members
of the Greater Miami Israel Hista-
drut Committee.
Musical Comedy
Slated Saturday
The tragedy of "La Boheme" be-
comes the musical comedy, "Mi-
mi," through the talents of Dan
Carlin, creator of the show, to be
presented by the Congregation of
Montieello Park at the Dupont
Plaza hotel Saturday evening.
Thei song-filled and mirth-pro-
voking* presentation will be direc-
ted by George Blackwood.
Proceeds' from the performance
will go to the building fund of the
congregation to help erect a sanc-
tuary and religious school to serve
the No. Miami Beach community.
Carfln has written a number of
successful plays for the synagogue,
as well as numerous popular songs.
Jaycee-Ettes in
Beach Comedy
"Mattress Capers," comedy writ-
ten and directed by Mrs. Harry
(Lillian) Burak, was presented re-
cently at the Casablanca hotel by
the Jaycee-Ettes.
Cast included Marcia Kaplan,
Rod Ruder, Oscar White, Betty
Selden, Joan Blanton, Irise Finer,
Richard Wasserman, Sylvia Roth-
farb, Allan Rothfarb, Dan Palmer.
Barbara Kleinman, Ruth Brod-
man, Rochelle Hasson, Dr. Ber-
nard Epstein, Isabelle Bernfeld,
Lorraine Kohlenberg, Pearl Jacob-
son, Joan Gherman, Henry Gher-
man, Dr. Stanley Kaplan, Michael
Schlessinger, Irwin Gars, Leon
Roth, Herbert Tellis, and Marilyn
Brody.
Music was by Stephen Kessler.
Assistant coordinator was Ger-
trude Kramer. Pat Shaeffer was
in charge ofpublicity. Proceeds
were for Variety Children's Hos-
pital.
Rummage Sale Scheduled
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a rummage sale at Steven's
Market, 6208 N.W. 27th ave., on
June 20.
Center Camps
Open to 450
Over 450 boys and girls will em-
bark upon an eight-week day camp
experience at the four branches
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center on Monday morn-
ing. The program is offered at four
different locations in Dade coun-
ty in order to provide direct serv-
ice to families. The areas covered
are Miami, Miami Beach, North
County and Southwest.
A concentrated program of swim-
ming instruction will aim to have
every boy and girl in camp learn
how to swim. Each of the four
camps will have a swimming pro-
gram under the direction of a Red
Cross waterfront safety instructor.
Another major emphasis in pro-
gram this year will be a varied
arts and crafts approach. Skilled
specialists in this field have also
been assigned to each of the
camps.
Other activities in which the
campers will be participating in-
clude athletics, dramatics, games,
singing, story-telling, nature study
and trips. Boys and girls are as-
signed to groups of their own age,
with 15 campers to each group,
staffed by two counselors. Trans-
portation service from home to
camp is available in certain areas,
and afternoon snack is provided
for each camper.
The camp program will be con-
ducted for eight weeks from June
20 to Aug. 12, operating Monday
through Friday from 1 to 4 p.m.
Minimum age for enrollment is
four and one half years.
Jjirtnm in Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital include the following:
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Manfred Boehnke June 2.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Greenfield June 2.
Son bom to Rabbi and Mrs. Sol-
omon Schiff June 1.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Barr May 31.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Halpern May 23.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Hillard Avrutis May 22.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
George Freeman May 22.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jules R. Israel May 21.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Rosenberg May 19.
Daughter bora to Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Kestin May 18.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Brownstein May 18.
Daughter bora to Mr. and Mrs.
William Wiener May 17.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Friedman May 16.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. StarKon
Halpert May 15.
Son bora to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Stanley May 15.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Gold May 15.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don Davis May 13.
Daughter horn to Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Stern May 12.
Son bora to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Silverstein May 12.
Daughter bom to Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Mlzell May 9.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Baron May 7.
Daughter bom to Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Behar May 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Isa-
dore Spolter May 5.
Daughter bora to Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Strauss May 3.
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ARRIAGE l/OUNSELOR
i<'.". aW Samuel k-jr^JUing
Miami's Nationally Famous Marrjacb Counselor and Author
The girl sitting across the desk from me was
rather attractive. True, her baby-blue eyes were a
trifle too small, and her blonde hair was a bit too
short for her oval face. Her figure was somewhat
plump, too, which gave her a slightly over-padded
appearance.
But even so, the girl was undeniably fetching.
There was something soft, fresh and feminine about
her appearance, and she looked, with her delightful
smile and golden ringlets, as if she might have been
one of those blonde kewpie dolls that were once so
much the rage.
Greta, to give her a name not her own, had
been a client of mine for a few brief weeks. She
had asked me to affect a reconciliation with her
husband, but the attempt proved futile.
She hadn't wanted the divorce, Greta said. It
was Bill who had demanded it, despite the fact that
there were three children.
Actually, this was Greta's second divorce. She
had married the first time to escape her father. Her
father, I gathered, had been something of a aba rac-
ier, lie was as German as Bavarian beer. A big
man. he was accustomed to giving orders, and he
dominated Greta as he had dominated her mother.
Drifted into Trouble
Greta's father, in fact, had had several mar-
riages himself, as well as a half dozen extra marital
affairs, none of which apparently interfered with a
highly successful business career.
Greta's first husband turned out to be a ne'er
do well. Perhaps he had married Greta for the
money she didn't have. He may even have had
some notion that Greta's father might take him into
the business.
In any event, Harry refused to work, settling
down to a life of golf and easy living. After a year
or so, the marriage broke up.
Greta's second marriage was to Bill, a tall,
good-looking man with whom she was wildly infat-
uated. There were three delightful children, all
equally golden in their blondeness. But even they
couldn't hold the marriage together. The quarreling
was bitter and prolonged. Harry, a college graduate,
thought Greta childish and immature. Greta, for
her part, accused Harry of trying to dominate her
and of drinking too much.
It was during one of those hectic quarrels that
Greta embarked on her first extra-marital affair.
"I just drifted into it," Greta explained. "I
guess I was ripe. Ralph was my physician, and I
was kmHy and hungry for affection. Anyway, we
began to see a good deal of each other, even though
Ralph was married. Of course, being a doctor help-
edhe could get away practically anytime he want-
ed."
Moment of Happiness
The affair lasted for about a year to be suc-
ceeded by one with her attorney, also a married
man.
This one lasted about nine months. It ended
when Greta hinted she would divorce her husband
if Richard would leave his wife and children.
For one reason or another, the lawyer declined
the offer. He may have preferred the security and
status of being wed to his wife. He may have feared
the effect of a broken marriage on his children. Or
he may even have begun to weary of Greta's not
inconsiderable charms or of her possessiveness.
Whatever the reason, Greta and the attorney parted
on more or less amiable terms.
And now she was sitting in my office, smiling
her golden, luminous smile.
"You know," she laughed, "I wanted you to be
the first to congratulate me. I just received my
divorce decree."
"That's fine," I said.
"Something wonderful happened to me this
morning," Greta continued. "You know I've been
meaning to find a job. Well, just before I came here
I stopped in at one of the employment offices. And
do you know what? I met a really wonderful man.
He was quite sympathetic and really charming. I
told him I was looking for a job and he promised to
line up several for me. Well, one thing led to an-
other, and I told the manager that I had just re-
ceived my divorce. And do you know what? He
asked me for a date. We're going out tonight. And
here I thought I'd have a difficult time, what with
two divorces and three children. But Tony under-
stands perfectly. He's really quite nice."
Luck She'll Need
Greta's face flushed with enthusiasm as she got
up to leave.
"Wish me hick," she said. "It looks as if things
aren't going to be too bad after all."
I wished her luck as Greta closed the door
softly behind her.
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Mrs. Segal Heads
Beth Am Ladies
Mrs. Joshua Segal wil be h.
stalled president of the Si-terhoorj
of Temple Beth Am on Monday
evening. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
vice president of the Greater Mi!
ami Jewish Federation, w 11 be.H-
stalling officer.
Others are Mesdames Morton
Orbach, Greald Rosen, Byron Chr-
kas, vice presidents.
Mesdames Abe Lefcove treasur-
er; Landy Lawrence, r eroding.
secretary; Abe Eisenma iiMn.
cial seccretary; Edward Grad, cor-
responding secretary.
"Beth Ami" awards will be pr*
sented to outgoing officer- during
the ceremony.
MRS. JOflNM SKt
MM for Mwhy Hen
For the second consecutive year,
a real estate humanitarian award
program will be conducted in Dade
and Broward counties by the J. I.
Kislak Mortgage Corporation of
Florida. Cash prizes totaling SL-
OW will be presented to the ten
brokers and salesmen in the two
counties for 1960's "most humani-
tarian real estate transactions."
Miami realtor Ray T. Sterling won
the 1959 program, receiving a first
prize award of $500.
Nine Beth Am Girls Confirmed
Nine girls were confirmed in
graduation exercises of the tenth
grade of Temple Beth Am during
recent services.
Confirmands are Judith, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Merril Baiter;
Adrienne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Katz: Sherrill, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Katz; Valerie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Kimmel; Neila, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sylvan I.ipkin.
Peggy and Judy, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Levison; Dor- j
othy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Roth; and Judy, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joshua Segal.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
gave the charge to the young peo-
ple. Specially-arranged musical
portions of the service were sung
by Cantor Charles Kodner and the
17-voice Temple choir under the
direction of Mrs. Herbert Baum-
gard.
The choir presented the cantata,
"What is Torah?" Readers of the
musical narrations were Mrs. Irv-
ing Wolf, Mrs. Joshua Segal, and
Mrs Lewis Gillis.
VISIT
Book Review Session
Coral Way Jewish Center Sister-
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p.m., at the Center. 8755 SW 16th
st. Scheduled was Abraham ('.it
tleson, director of education at
Monticello Park Congregation, in
a book review session. Mrs. Leon
Weinstein is program chairman.
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*Jewisii fk>ridicin
Page 5-B
Fedeiation. oi Jewish Women's Organizations
members visit Mt. Sinai Hospital on their ed-
ucational bus tour of Federation-supported
agencies, a highlight of FJWO's community
information program for Miami's women lead-
ers. Left to right are Mrs. Jack Kirshbaum.
Temple Sinai; Mrs. Rose DeYoung, Pioneer
Women; Mrs. S. Waldorf, Temple Judea; Mrs.
S. Millon, Hadassah; Mrs. George Simon, bus
tour/chairman; Mrs. J. C. Lehman, outgoing
president, FJWO; Mrs. Joyce Haber, FJWO;
Mrs. Jacob Glassman, ORT; Mrs. Lillian Good-
man, American Jewish Congress; Mrs. Joseph
Wilkes, ORT; Miss Esther Brickman, FJWO;
Mrs. F. Pollack, ORT; Mrs. Sidney Block, ORT;
Mrs. George Linden, ORT; Mrs. Sorin, FJWO;
Mrs. C. Avrach; Mrs. Ralph Whitehouse, Tem-
ple Sinai; Mrs. E. Shedroff, Pioneer Women;
Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, ORT; Mrs. Al Portman,
ORT; Mrs. Sidney Rafkind, FJWO.
Women's Group
Installs Officers
Mrs, Lawrence A. Weston was
recently installed president of the
Node Shore Opti-Mrs. at joint
ceremonies with the North Shore
Optimists at the Carillon hotel.
Mrs. Jack Graff, lieutenant gover-
nor, was the installing officer.
Serving with her are the follow-
ing officers: Mrs. Ralph Hall, vice
president; Mrs. Charles Green-
berg, recording secretary; Mrs.
Arthur Leibowitz, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. William Carmel,
treasurer; Mrs. Arthur Hornreich,
financial secretary.
Program of the club is the care
and rehabilitation of emotionally
jdistturbed children. The North
i Shore Opti-Mrs. also sponsors the
I Octette Service Club at Miami
Beach High School.
Mrs. Weston is the wife of a lo-
cal dentist, Dr. Lawrence A. Wes-
ton.
MIS. IAWN WESTON
Young Israel Graduates Pupils
[Enjoying installation ceremonies at recent gene Weiss, Metro Commissioner Charles
leetmg of Senior Citizens Assn. at the Algiers Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, and Judge
fcoteJ are (left to right) Louis Applebaum. Eu- Malvin Englander, installing officer.
Marks 200th Anniversary
To commemorate the 200th an-
liversary of its founding, P. Loril-
ard Company (1760-1960) has pub-
lished a. new, highly illustrated,
apulaiy-written book that depicts
Pn words and pictures the history
f tobacco, its fashions and lore
Rrom Colonial Days to the present,
pt was announced by Lorillard
Iboarri chairman Lewis Gruber.
The new book is being made
lavailah'e to schools and public li-
|braries, at no charge, Gruber said.
Entiled "Lorillard and Tobac-
Ico." the book shows that the ori-
[gins of tobacco and tobacco usage
lare lost in unrecorded pre-Colom-
[bian h\-tory, but that from the
[earliest days of this country's
Hounding, tobacco was always
(prominent on the local scene.
In 170, however, the vast in-
dustry known today ovar S6Vi
billion sales in 1J59 was for-
mally established whan Pierre
Lorillard, a young French immi-
grant, wh had crossed the ocean
to seek raliflious freedom In the
[Spaet to Address Lodge
Speaker at a luncheon meeting
lof Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
[B'rith on Tuesday noon at the Di-
ILido hotel, will be Councilman
iHarold B. Spaet.
colonies, begin the first "tobac-
co manufactory" which survived
through colonial history until to-
day^__________
"Lorillard has paralleled the rise
of America and its economy, and
has produced every type of tobacco
product," Gruber said, "constant-
ly shifting its product line with
changes in consumer tastes from
1760's snuff to 1960's filter ciga-
rette. In celebrating our 200th
birthday, Lorillard is proud to be
the nation's first tobacco com-
pany," he continued, "but we are
even prouder of having America's
newest tobacco ideas, such as
Kent's Micronite Filter, the Old
Gold Spin Filter, Newport's re-
freshing menthol and mint com-
bination, and Spring's 'air-condi-
tioned' paper. During this month,
Lorillard will launch the heaviest
sales drive in company history,"
he added, "with major stores
[throughout the country featuring
Lorillard displays and its corporate
motto: You can depend on Loril-
lard to be first with the finest cig-
arettes through Lorillard re-
search."
The growth of Pierre Lorillard's
little manufactory into today's gi-
ant publicly owned corporation
with 7,000 employees, 35,000 share-
holders, with 6,000 wholesalers and
one and a half million retailers
distributing its products typifies
the American dream: the immi-
grant who eame to these shores to
seek freedom and new opportuni-
ties and who found here rewards
undreamed of and, in turn, made
great lasting contributions to the
growth and wealth of the United
States. -S.T.
Academy PTA
Closes Season
PTA of the Hebrew Academy
iheld its closing meeting of the
season recently at the Coronet ho-
tel.
The meeting featured a "Fare-
well to Teachers." Mrs. Sheldon
Dearr chairman, of the nomin-
ating committee, presented the
slate of officers for the coming
year.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, reported on the principals
convention recently held by Torah
Umesorah for principals from some
150 Day Schools throughout the
country.
Suggestions for summer recre-
ation for children of school ages
was presented by Mrs. Herbert
Berger, program chairman.
A soeial evening oi group sing-
ing under the direction of Mrs.
Jack Donnerstag, mimic director,
followed the evening's program.
Young Israel of Greater Miami
held commencement exercises last
week.
Graduating were Anita Nuss-
baum, Barbara Donoff. Elliot Was-
serman. Bobby Young, Gloria
Greenberg, Lorene Lipsiner. Mar-
i
Sard
cia Kotie, Rhonda Kolten.
Abramson, and Toby Shorel. \
Theme of the evening was "Love
of Torah." Rabbi Sherwin Stauber,
spiritual leader, presented honor
certificates and awards.
Mrs. Hannah Walsh, kindergar-
ten teacher, presented diplomas.i
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Friday. June 17, lggg
One of the largest classes confirmed at Temple Judea receives
certificates in recent confirmation exercises conducted by Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb. Confirmed
were Ira Alweiss, Susan Balber, Kathy Baskin. Alice Bloch,
Francine Bloom, Shirley Cohen. Lynn Fenster, Ellen Flei3ch-
man. Rosalyn Friedman, Evelyn Finkelstein, Mimi Goldman,
Steven Green. Leslie Halpert, Karen Hodor. Phillip Issenberg.

Judy Jamison, Mark Kalish, Joan Kolber, A. Edgar Miller, jr.,
Nancy Nash, Cydelle Pines, Ricky Popper, Karen Radin. Nat-
alie Rosen. .Helaine Schwartz, Sandra Serkin, Dennis Silver,
Andrea Singer, Stephen Wayner and Barbara Zwick. Benja-
min Udoff, education director, certified the class, and Victor
Reiter, president, presented gifts from the Temple to the stu-
dents.
Members of the Junior High School 9th grade
graduating class at the Hebrew Academy are
.eft to right (first row) Rabbi Morris Horovitz.
assistant principal, Hebrew department; Ron-
ald Deblinger, Ivan Esterman. David Shapiro,
Myron Zasela. Donald Zisguit, Melvin Lerner;
Howard Lauer and Donald Swartz. assistant
principal, Enqlish department. Second row are
Elliott Backman, Joan Schreiber, Trudy Gert-
ler. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, Ellen
Joy Weiss, Eyaine Lubarr. and Jordan Kele-
mer. Third row are Larry Ciment. Stuart Wer-
ner, Leslie Fuchs, Gerald Aranoft Ira Marcus
and Daniel Okolica.
Academy Graduates Hear Pepper Talk
New discoveries in the field of
morality, human relations and
ethics no less revolutionary than
jr the_ areas of science must be I
r .id- in order to survive in this
I ige," Sen. Claude Pepper
told an audience of more then 600
lad week at the eighth graduation
exercises of the Hebrew Academy
at the Algiers hotel.
In discussing the future of Amer-
ica in this space age. the former
I S. Senator from Florida said,
the United States must take the
lead in sending education into
orbit rather than missiles, war-
heads and satellites
He also told the 18 junior grad-
uates that "the most precious re-
sources of the United States are
it* school children. We must, there
fore, provide special opportunities
for those gifted who are endowed
by the Almighty with special abil-
ities "
Larry M. C invent, valedictor-
ian, received the $100 Rose and
Samuel Ritter Scholarship
Award. Other awards given were
the Maurice Grossman Saluta-
torian Award, Stuart Werner;
Rose and Harry Genet Hebrew
Studies Award, Donald Zisquit;
Samuel Reinhard Talmud
Award, Jordan Kelemer; Jewish
Floridian Journalism Award,
Trudy Gertler; Alumni Award-
Midot Tovot (character), Leslie
Fuchs; Hebrew Academy PTA
Social Studies Award, Howard
Lauer; Hebrew Academy Wom-
en Mathematics Award, Myron
Zasela; and Hebrew Academy
Science Award, Elliot Backman.
A special narration. "Conquer-
I ing Time and Space.'* was pre-
sented by Elaine Lubarr. Jerry
Aranoff, and Joan Schreiber.
Chairman of the evening was
David Shapiro. The invocation was
delivered by Ronald Deblinger.
and the benediction was recited by
Daniel Okolica. Salutatory address
, was presented by Stuart Werner.
\ Diplomas were distributed by Rab-
I bi Morris Horovitz, assistant prin-
cipal. Hebrew Department. Class
Will for the 9th grade was read by
Ira Marcus and Ellen Joy Weiss.
, Presentation of the class gift
1 was made by Melvin Lerner to
Donald Swartz. assistant principal,
Enelish Department. The final
charge to the graduating class was
made by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal.
Mrs. Roosevelt
Due on Radio
Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
will discuss 'America's Role as a
World Leader" on Saturday night
over station WCKR. it was an-
nounced by Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Roosevelt has been invited
by the local savings institution to
dedicate the new Washington Fed-
eral bldg.. which has just been
completed at 17th st. and Meridian
ave.
Arthur H. Courahon. chairman of
the board of directors, said that
"we are sorry that we have to aay
'no' to thousands who wanted to
hear Mrs. Rooaevelt at the Miami
Roach Auditorium. The demand
for tickets far exceeded the ca-
pacity of the auditorium and our
most optimistic expectations."
In order not to disappoint "so
many kind people, we have ar-
ranged with station WCKR (610 on
the dial) to broadcast Mrs. Roose-
velt's message direct from the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium,"
The program will run from 9 to:
10 p.m.. Saturday night.
Mrs. Finke Will
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Finkje, of Great Neck, N.Y., h*
been elected president of the Te**|
ish Braille Institute of America fat
a two-year term, succeeding Mrs.'
Louis J. Bieber. of New York City.
Other newly-elected officers are
Rabbi Judah Nadich. of New York i
City. Mrs. Louis Ginzberg. N,.
York City, and Mrs. Allen I. Edles,
Woodsid*. L.I, vice presidi
Miss Jane Evans, New RocheUe)
i NY., treasurer; and Isidor Free*
man, New York City, recording
'secretary.
Mrs. Finke. who has been i
braille transcriber and teacher of
; braille transcribing on a volunteer
, basis for a number of years, served
as recording secretary of the la-
I st it ute for the past four years. She
has also served as chairman of
Biaille for the Nassau County
'(N.Y.) chapter of the American
Red Cross, and as chairman of
Services for the Blind. New York
State Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods.
The Jewish Braille Institute,
which provides for the cultural aid
religious needs of the Jewish blind,
serves thousands of sightless per- j
sons throughout the world without
charge. Its program is endorsed
and partially supported by the Na-
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terhoods, National Women'i
League of the United Synagogue
of America, and the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations.
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A Woman Foreign Minister Reports to Miami
"For the first lime in the his-
tory of Jews, our new generation
docsn t know the humiliation of
being Jewish,- JsraeJ, Koueign Min-
ister Gol.ti Meir declared before
some 1,000 persons attending a
function last Thursday sponsored
by the Greater Miami Israel Bond
remittee in the Fontainebleau
hotel.
Mr Melr was hr-n (o present
Miami with a "Decade City
Award" for its outstanding par-
ticipation in the Israel Bond cam-
paign since its inception ten years
ago. Miami is one of four such
cities throughout the world to re-
ceive the award.
In response. Greater Miami
Jewish community leader* rur-
chased a record total of $1,150,-
000 :n bonds at the function.
rs. A. Herbert Mathes was
^cenlly installed president of
|e Women's Auxiliary of
Sinai at a luncheon in
be Fontainebleau hotel.
Mrs. Meir's remark highlighted
Israel's increasing relationships
with the newly-emerging nations
of Asia and Africa. "Other coun-
tries," Mrs. Meir said, "have more
know-how technically and agricul-
turally. Why do nations like Ghana.
Nigeria, Congo and Burma turn to
us for assistance and friendship?"
It is because "few peoples in the
world outside of the African conti-
nent understand them or even
wish them well from the bottom
Of their hearts as we do," Israel's I
Foreign Minister declared.
"Although we have thrown off
the shackles of our degradation j
and insult, the memory of slavery
acts, mm of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- is stin vivid among ,, The crime !
Sachs, will receive his degree 0f the Asians and Africans is the ,
|m Yesniva CoHage, the uruver-1 color of their skin. This is a crime
IS undergraduate school for we, as Jews, can easily overlook.
jThey, too, are emerging from sla-
Dean's List student through- ??% JEJEL!f eX'ended t0
ws_ 11___ ______ o__i__ them in friendship.
liamian Gets
[eshiva Degree
lelvin S. Sachs, of 123 SW 31st
Miami, will receive a Baehclor
(Arts degree from Yeshiva Uni-'
pity in New York this week.
Left to right are Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board of
governors, and Samuel Oritt and Jack A. Cantor, general
chairmen. Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee. They ac-
cept "Decade City Award" horn Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign
Minister of Israel, at an Israel Bond function here last week at
the Fontainebleau hotel. Miami was one of four cities through-
out the world to receive the award "in recognition of extra-
ordinary and outstanding efforts in behalf of Israel's economic
development through State of Israel Bonds."
represent Mrs. Meir's greatest
contribution to her government's
emergence on the international
scene. The reason lies in what
Mrs. Meir declared to be "the
Arab failure to offer us a similar
hand of friendship."
The Nasser blockade of the Suez
buildup of armament in the Sinai
Peninsula was then taking place.
"Every nation." she ca
"lakes as its sacred the
power of self-defense. But Israel
seems to be denied that right."
In an obvious relcrence to Pres-
ident Eisenhower, the Israeli wom-
an diplomat declared Ihnt we
were promised by great men of the
impending action of the family of
nations in the event Nasser closed
the Suez Canal to us.
"We are a patient people," she
said. "Thank God, we don't have
to rely on these men for our up-
building. For the family of na-
tions has done nothing despite
the fact that blockade is a vio- .
lation of the United Nations
charter."
Declaring that "we will not give
up for a moment the battle* for
freedom of shipping through the
Suez." Mrs. Meir turned to the
brighter side of the boycott and
added: "But Suez is not such a
critical setback for us as it might
have been had we failed to seeure
Elath."
Thus the brilliance of Mrs. Meir's
fundamental reliance upon Israeli
identification with the emerging
nations of Asia and Africa emerged
in its fundamental light as a win-
ning policy of social and economic
advantage forged from the bleak
trade with Asia and Africa has i
been brisk from the southern port L,
of Elath, Israel's window to the e'emen,s of current military neces-
East. "fr-
it was the freedom of this port
and the waterway through the
Straits of Tiran that Israel secured
in the October. 1956 campaign
In a reference to the Israel
Bond program which supports
the upbuilding of the nation,
Mrs. Meir said that "every stone.
his college career, Sachs was,
president of the student or-'
Lization.
Israeli relationships with these
newly emerging nations probably
Canal has largely dampened the Egypt's dictatorial Nasser, j WT grain of sand, talks his-
tory to us." Refuting as "norv
sense and absurdity" those who
ask Israel to compromise while
exerting no such similar pres-
sures on the Arabs, she eon-
Jewish State's effort at commcr ti^'ilJ" **? a"1^ aCtk>n-
I Mrs. Meir charged that "we were
icial and other exchange contact- strongly criticized in high circles
with the European continent. Bu' 'despite the fact that a massive


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tioued:
"Our history shows our massive
determination to survive. The re-
cent uncovering of the now famous
indicating the costs of accommoda-
cowsky, real estate; Jack Geart
land speaks to us from the past
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erators, in the new Spring Summer
^nfirmed last week at Temple Ner Tamid were (left to right)
|ilene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rolhlein; Bonnie,
mghter of Mrs. Anita Tischler; and Caren, daughter of Mr.
id Mrs. Alvin Savage. The confirmands addressed a cere-
monial audience on "Judaism as a Way of Life." Rabbi Eu-
ne Labovitz and Cantor Samuel Gomberg officiated. Par-
its were hosts at a reception following the confirmation.
"There is more joy for us in the
purchase of tractors and water
pipes than in planes which cost
minimum of a million dollars each
and which may become obsolete in
six months. But we shall do what
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AT OlD ORCHARD BEACH. MAINE
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. Jodi's the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 1100
23rd ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller, 2281 SW 22nd ter.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Feil off to Highland Park, 111., to attend
re confirmation of their grandson, David Pepperberg From
ere, Ruth and Stan leave for Cleveland. O., to visit his brother.
Harold Feil Then, it's vacation for the Feils somewhere in
ew Hampshire .
Double Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid on June 4 .
irry Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, had lots of rela-
tes coming from New York, including his grandmothers, Mrs.
et.sie Brown and Mrs. Edith Rosenberg, as well as Mr. and Mrs.
|avid Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown .
Sander Nat Heilig, son of the Jack J. Heiligs, had relatives ar-
ming from Chicago, including his folks, grandfather, Norman S.
tufman, and grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Heilig.
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Early surveys by the Congress ning at the Center, 6500 N. Miami iwe must t0 survive-and to grow."
organization indicate that 1960 will.ave on June 22. LeoMindlin.
be the greatest travel year ever _____________
recorded, with better than 75 perl
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highways, and with 90 per cent
stopping for one or more nights at
motels.
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a panel is imprinted which indi-
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| available to guests a room for I
one person or a room for, two per-
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is shown the minimum and maxi-
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Friday. June 17. 19ft)
K^fn fhe fkfealnt of Society
Miss Muravchick,
Leonard Grand
Say Vows Here
A pink candlelight ceremony at
6:30 p.m. in the French room of
the Fontainebleau on Sunday, June
12, united in marriage Miss Phyl-
lis Muravchick. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Muravchick. 758
Lake View dr., and Leonard Grand,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Grand.
1220 Pennsylvania ave. Rabbi Ir-
ving Lehrman officiated.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of imported
chalk white alencon lace with sa-
brina neckline and long fitted
sleeves. A princess line bodice
flowed into a bell-shaped skirt end-
ing in a three-yard cathedral train.
Thousands of tiny sequins and seed
pearls were hand embroidered on
the scalloped neckline and hem-
line.
A wrist-length illusion veil was
attached to a crown of lace also
embroidered with pearls and se-
quins. The bride's only jewelry
was a string of pearls given to her
by her husband, and diamond and
pearl earrings. She carried her
confirmation Bible and a bouquet
of white orchids and white roses.
Miss Marilyn Muravchick. sister
of the bride, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Miss Paula Mur- -.-. _
avchick, consm ,.i th,- bride, Miss Gildroy, Beck Married Mere
Gail Goodman, and Miss Shirley I *
Karp. Miss Debra Pawa, ncice of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas roy was best man, and ushers were
the bridegroom, was junior brides- Llewellyn Gildroy, jr., will live in Paul Joseph Carroll and Jeffrey
maid. iNew York City following their Paul Beck.
Paul Grand, brother of the bride- honeymoon in Nassau and the Ba-
groom, was best man. Ushers were. haJT*as- ., JiL
Jack Kralish. Walter Pcsetsky, and f Thc bnd*- ,he former Judith Ro-
Marvin Sager berta Beck, is the daughter of the
Louis Victor Becks. 4000 Santa
For the nuptials, Mrs. Murav- Maria st coral Gables. The
cluck chose peach alencon lace. gr0om"s parents are Mr. and Mrs.
W>rner-Kahn
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MIS. LEONARD GRAND
MKS. CLARENCE CUDJrOr
The bride chose a chantilly lace
and poie de soie gown. Her bou-
quet was of white orchids on a
Bible accented by a shower of lily
of-the-valley.
Mrs. Gildroy is a graduate of
The scalloped hemline was em- clarence Gildroy, sr., of Haworth, Miami Senior High School, and at
broidtred with seed pearls and jq j_
sequins. A cummerbund of shaded' Rabbi Morris Skop, of Temple
peach chiffon ended in a flowing i judca, officiated at the noon cere-
Indgin, Bermann
Married Here
Roberta Joyce Bermann and
Sidney Indgin exchanged wedding
vows before Rabbi Vaakov Rosen
berg on Sunday, June 12, in 2:30
p.nh ceremonie* at **e Dtipont
Plaza hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann. 730
SW 26th rd. The groom is the son
of Mrs. Gertrude Indgin, 218 SW
15th ave., and the late Harry Ind-
gin.
Mrs. San ford Freed was matron
of honor for her sister. Maids of
honor were Miss Toby Bermann.
also sister of the bride, Mrs. Rich-
ard Myers. Rikki Feldan, and San-
Hra Saft. Junior bridesmaid was
Robin Goldberg.
Best man was Arnold Freed.
Ushers included Dan Kamis. Rich-
ard Myers, Arnold Rosenthal, and
Leon Wilhelm.
The bride chose a gown of im-
ported silk organza with floral ap-
plique design. Her matching head-
piece was of French illusion veil.
She wore her mother's pearls and
carried an heirloom handkerchief.
The bridal bouquet was of orchids
on a Bible.
The bride and groom graduated
from the University of Miami last
week. Mrs. Indgin is a Miami High
School graduate, her sorority is
Alpha Epsilon Phi and she is sec-
retary of the National Council of
Jewish Women.
The groom has been accepted by
the University of Miami medical
school. He went to Miami High,
and at the U of M was president of
Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-medical
honorary and belonged to Phi Eta
Sigma and Tri Beta biology hon-
orary.
Following a Nassau honeymoon,
the couple will be at home at the
University of Miami.
Additional attendants at the wed-
ding included Mrs. Elsie Bermann,
the bride's grandmother, Mrs.
Bessye Rothsteir, the groom's
grandmother, Mrs. Herbert Gold-
berg and Miss Sylvia Rothstein.
MM. SIDHIY INDCIN
tended the University of Miami.
The groom attended Haworth,
,N. J. schools, is a graduate of the
rain. Mrs. Grand selected pink monies otl Sunday. June 12, at the j University of Miami, and will study
:"'. Chiffon back bow flowing to the, Matron ^ honor wjJS Mfs gu. Universlty At v of M e was
hemLne^ Both mothers wore cor- ,ein Bridesmaids JIK:lud. \ Whaled with Pi Kappa Alpha
sages of double white orchids. e(, Mrs/ Judy Ne,derma.er. and j fraternity and Phi Eta Sigma
The bride graduated from the j Miss Andrea Katz. Douglas Gild-' freshman honorary.
University of Miami, where she -------------------------------------------------
was a member of Delta Phi Eitsi- f% a
Ion sorority and Kappa Delta Pi rOSTS AflllOIIIICe
education honorary.
Youth Receives Talent Award
Barry Bush, 11-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Bush, 5165
SW 5th st., Miami, was the only
Mr. Grand is a graduate of the CorOle S TTOth
University of Miami schools of |
business admin stration and law. Mr a**1 Mrs- Joseph A. Post, of pianist to be selected by a panel
His professional organizations in- 1520 SW 17th ter., announce the of four judges, including Mayor
elude the American Institute of engagement of their daughter ,,enry Milander of Hialcah, as a
(^ertjf,ied DP b I, ,uAccountan,s' Carole, to Stanley M. Cole. priz,c ,winner in -the recent talent
Florida Bar, and the American contest sponsored by the Adler
Bar Assn. The future bridegroom is the son Homes Development Corp. Barry
After a honeymoon in San Juan. .amLMr*; ^ Co,e- 1267, received a cash award and will
Puerto Rico, and St. Thomas, Vir-,102nd st Bav "arbor. |be featured on a television pro-
gin Lslands, the newly weds will Miss Post is attending the Uni-! 8ran,,,,a.,er,th!s,monlIh- He is I*
Nlenorah Chapter Delegation
Menorah chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women is sending a contingent of
delegates to attend the convention
of District 5 on Sunday in Norfolk,
Va. Delegates include Mesdames
Mildred R. Freeman, president;
Louis Shafkin, counselor; Solomon'
Moses, vice president; John J.,
Benjamin, recording secretary;
Samuel Zaager, financial secre-|
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lay. June 17, I960
[HIS IS the season to pack up
your suitcases and begin
graveling. I asked Mrs. Trudy
*lamerschlag, an inveterate trav-
Jer, /or some of her tips that
night make your vacation time
pasier.
The very first thine is to see
brour travel agent. The profes-
lional advice and service are in-
lispensible for a well-planned and
tnjoyable trip. He will help you
plan your itinerary, and will also
\e care of your hotel reserva-
ns. This last point cannot be
verstressed; it is most unpleas-
nt, either in the states or abroad,
i find yourself in unfamiliar sur-
Bundings and without aecommo-
tions. If you are planning to
to Europe, you should see
ur agent by January; by March
ou may be out of luck.
'The most important bit of ad-
Bce is to travel light. Mrs.
lamcrschlag bought a light-
pecked Pullman suitcase with a
patching cloth sack, which has a
ig pocket for shoes. This lug-
ge has lasted five years, gone
1 over the United States and
urope. and still looks like new.
e only places not familiar to
udy are Russia and the Far
BSt.
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[HE BEGINS with about 20
pounds of luggage. As you
ivel, you will want to buy-
is that will easily make up
ir 40 pounds for air travel,
(ren if you go by boat, keep in
pnd that an emergency might
ce you to return by air. By
liting your luggage, and bv
irting with the low weight al-
vance, you will save money and
I headache.
(in order to assure taking items
|>u will need and want. Mrs.
imerschlag suggests making a
very early. If you are going
Europe, your travel agent will
Jvise you on passports, vaccin-
ia money exchange, and trav-
ers checks.
[Your suggested clothes ward-
pe should be: one elegant black
ess (short) for evening; one col-
ed chiffon dress; one ensemble
a coat and dress, either white
print (this ensemble should
chosen wisely so that the coat
be worn with any of the j
ve dresses); three basic shirt ,
dresses; two sleeveless |
resses; one tailored skirt, with i
to or three blouses; and a smart
te suit to travel in.
[You should also include a short j
cape and a full-length cash-
mere or wool coat. A raincoat
with plastic rainshoes, a swim
suit and jacket, three or four col-
orful scarves, and a basic white
sweater are also on your list
Shoes should include one or two
pairs to match dresses for cock-
tail and evening, and two pairs
of comfortable walking shoes.
Black patent leather shoes for
traveling will also see double
duty.
For evening, you should have
a small satin handbag to match
your dresses, long gloves in both
black and white, and at least two
pairs of short white gloves. Your
lingerie wardrobe should include
three of everything, with six
pairs of stockings and three pair
of footlets. The bat situation is
adequately covered with two veil-
hats, one in white with flowers,
and one more dressy in black
with velvet bows or other evening
trim.
* ?
IF YOU travel on a boat, add
shorts for the morning. The
same holds true for a cruise to
the West Indies. Never, never
while in Europe wear shorts or I
slacks for shopping. It is consid-
ered in bad taste. The same holds I
true for Southern cruises. In the
Bahamas, shorts are not consid-
ered proper, and short shorts are
not permitted.
It is also recommended that
you leave real jewelry at home;
choose a few fine pieces of cos-
tume jewelry for dress. If Italy
is included in your itinerary, it is
the place to buy fine gold jewelry,
shoes, gloves, straw handbags
and hats. Dresses of the finest
silks and other fabrics may be
made to order within 24 hours,
and are considerably cheaper
than France.
The same wardrobe goes for
the good old U.S.A., whether vis-
iting New York, Chicago, Los
Angeles or San Francisco. If
you go to the mountains or the
countryside, add shorts, slacks,
cardigans and another bathing
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Asthma Film
To be Shown
A little girl's conquest of crip-l
pling asthma is told in the new
documentary film, The Hidden
Tear." to be shown for the first
time in Miami on Tuesday, 8:15
P.m., at Miami Public Library Au-
ditorium. Following the film, hope
for anxious allergy sufferers and
asthmatics will be discussed by
Dr. Leonard I. Lesser, director of
Children Guidance Clinic, and Dr.
Nelson Zivitz.
Dr. Lesser, psychiatrist, and Dr.
Zivitz, of the faculty of the Uni-
versity of Miami school of medi-
cine, will discuss the film.
Mrs. A. N. Dayen, president of
the South Florida Council of Pres-
idents, Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children, will act as
chairman of the program, one of
a series sponsored by the Mental
Health Society of Greater Miami,
a United Fund Agenccy.
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Arthur Fine
To be Ordained
Arthur Fine, son of Mr. and Mrs
Frank Fine, 1718 84th st., Miami
Beach, will be ordained as a rabbi
at the 15th Semicha (Ordination)
Convocation of the Hebrew Theo-
logical College of the Jewish Uni-
versity of America on Monday eve-
ning, June 27, at the Skokie, 111.,
campus of the university.
Rabbi Fine has been accepted
for the chaplaincy by the U.S.
Army. He is one of nine young men
to be ordained at ceremonies dur
ing which Rabbi Harold P. Smith
and Rabbi Mordecai Schultz, both
of Chicago, will receive doctorates.
The Hebrew Theological College,
founded in 1922 in Chicago, moved
two years ago to its new 16-acre
campus in Skokie, a northwest su-
burb of Chicago. A Liberal Arts
College was opened by the uni-
versity last September.
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The final bit of advice that
Mrs. llamerschlag stressed was
to travel at leisure. Don't rush
through 20 countries in six weeks;
see five or six during that short
time. All of this adds up to hav-
ing a wonderful trip and enjoying
yourself.
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University Names Executive
I>r. Jay F.W. Pearson, president
of the University of Miami, this
week announced the election of
Dr. Robert Johns as executive vice
president.
Dr. Johns, who is director of the
Illinois Commission of Higher Ed-
ucation, will assume his new duties
Aug. 1.
Minor Ceremony
Unites Couple
High school sweethearts Miss Ar-
lene Popcnhager and Ira Jerome
Minor were married Sunday, June
12, in the Terrace room of the Du-
pont Plaza hotel. Rabbi Joseph R.
Narot officiated. The couple drank
the traditional wine from the same
goblets that were used by the
groom's grandmother in her wed-
ding ceremony 60 years ago.
Mr. Minor is the son of the Wil-
liam Minors, of Coral Gables. He
is a graduate of Cora] Gables Sen-
ior High School, where he was a
member of the Exchange Club. He
is now a student at the University
of Miami school of engineering.
Miss Popenhager is the daughter
of the Nolan Popenhagers of Coco-
nut Grove. She is a graduate of
Coral Gables Senior High School,
Florida College of Medical Tech-
nology, and Coconut Modeling
Academy.
The bride wore a white peau de
soie gown appliqued with alencoa
lace and seed pearls. The long veil
was held by a pearl crown. She
carried white orchids surrounded
by lillies-of the-valley.
Mrs. Minor was attended by Mrs.
David Pyecha, Orlando, Delons
Maida, Susan Minor and Artene
Gale Minar. Barbara Morton, cou-
sin of the bride, was the flower
girl.
Steve Miller was best man. Ush-
ers were Edward Belin, Steve Min-
or and Douglas Romine.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held in the Sky room.
The couple will honeymoon in Nas-
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*Jfew is* flar&iatn
Friday. June 17, 1930
Bott. Krisel
Exchange Vows
.-.r.ie the
1 V tor .: B.'t in 6 30
r m. rows on Sunday. June 12. at
the Seville hi 1. Fsbbi Yaaka\
The hridc is t'-e daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. H. Krisel. 247* SW
20th '-. The groom is the son of
Mr and Mr-. Jack Bott. 3JT21 SW
4ih -t
Miid of hi Miss Carol
Meyer, Miss Natal) Vr.ei and
Miss Kay Schwartz were bride*
I
Idon Bi :t was be Dsher: include-; Irwin Alan-ky
Be". James Krisel. and
Mike Krisel.
Th? bride ch;e a Door length
I D of imported rosepoint chan-
ace.
.tlywed Mrs. Bott graduated
from Miami High School, where
she belonged to Crescent Club. She
attended the University of Florida.
re >he was affiliated with
U Phi E; mty and the
Lyceum Council, and the L'niver-
of Miami.
Mr. Bott is a Miami High and
University ..J Florida graduate. His
fraternity is Pi Sigma Epsilcn On
campus, he also belonged to the
Sales Club. Aqua Gators. Men -
Council, and participated in intra-
mural-.
Reception followed the cere-
irony at the Seville. After a honey-
moon m Jamaica, the couple will
Lve in Na-sau. Bahamas.
W-rn-r-Kahn
HUIS. VKTOt MTT
Weinbergers Will
Live in New York
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony en Sunday. June 12. at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Miss Loi> Sandra
Lemcr, daughter of Mr and Mis.
Harry Lemcr. 74i 83rd -t Miirm
Beach, became the bride of David
Jay Weinberg-r. son of Mrs. Lillian
Weinberger, of Tampa. Fla.. anJ
the late Benjamin Weinberger.
Rabbi Leon Kroni-h officiated at
the 330 i
Best man was Burt Lerner.
brother of th? bride. Maid of hon-
or was Miss Beulah Malin.
The bnde selected a ballerina-
length gown of eyelet silk organs
featuring fitted bodice, square
neckline, cap sleeve and bouffant
-kin. Her three tiered French il
lusion veil fell from a tiara of seel
pearls. Short white gloves com
plemented the outf.t. She carried
white orchids. sUphancti-. lily-of-
the-valley on a white Bible.
The bride and groom are both
graduates of the University of
Florida. Her social sorority is
Delta Phi Epsilon. The grcom be-
longs to Pi Lambda Phi.
The couple are spending their
[ honeymoon in Jamaica and will
make their home in New York.
-Kithn
MIS. rAIM. miSKil
Miss Lovitz Weds
Dental Student
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg offi-
ciated at the wedding ceremony
uniting Ann Elavitz and Paul H.
Busker in noon ceremonies on Sun-
day. June 12. at tlie Seville hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry M. ITits, 3710
Mor>erra?e st.. Coral Gables. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
rd Busker. 9149 Froude ave
Matron of honir was Mrs. Mor-
Kosto Stephen Busker acted
> be-t man
The bride has a degree in educa-
t frees the University of Fior
ica. The groom is a graduate of the
University of Florida and attends
dental school a: the Medical Col-
of Virginia.
The couple are livin? in Rich-
mond. V..
Lasers Will Live
In Chicago
Mr and Mrs Richard Benjamin
Laser are honeymooning m the
Virgin Islands, and will reside at
1223 W Lunt ave.. Chicago. III.
en their return.
The former Gianna Eleanors
Sermoneta and the son of Mr-
Ruth Laser, of Chicago. 111. were
united in 8.30 p.m ceremonies om
Saturday. June 11. at Temple
Emar.u-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
<:"!:c.ated.
Matron of honor was Mrs, Babs
Goldstein. Herman Goldstein was
best man.
The bride chose a white chifloa
and satin gown, and carried white
orehics on her Bible.
Newiywed Mrs Laser attended
Miami Beach High School. Indi-
ana University, and graduated
from the University of Miami. Her
sorority is S-gma Delta Tau.
The groom attended Northwest-
era University, and is a manager
of a finance company in Chicago
\V. r:it r-Kahii
AtfS. HCUUO LAUM
\\Vrn--r-Kahn
AUK. lOCHT WIHUUM
Anne Frank's Dad Cou',e 0,fer courses
Lists Scholarship
Cohen Vows Open
Trip to Europe
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen were
married on May 29 at the Fontame-
blaau hotel. Attending the candle
LgJu ceremony were their children
aap grandchildren
After a brief trip to Nassau, the
couple have returned to their home
m Hoihwood to pack for an ex-
tensive honeymoon tow* of Europe
NEW YORKThe father of the
late Anne Frank has contributed
S50.000 for the establishment of a
special scholarship fund for gifted
children of Youth Aliyab. interna-
tional agency for the rescue and
relief of homeie-s Jewish children
and their rehabilitation in Israel.
Otto Frank, who made the contri-
bution to Youth Aliyah through Ha-
dassah. the Women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America, asked that
the fund be set up in memory of
his daughters. Marco and Anne.
Announcement was made here
by Mrs. A P. Schoolman. Hadas-
sah's national Youth Aliyah chair-
man. Hadassab is the official rep-
resentative of Youth Aliyah in the
United States and its largest fi-
nancial supporter. Hadassah has
contributed more than S38 5 mil-
ban to Youth Aliyah since the
agency's inception in 1934.
Cantor Herman Marchbein-Mar-
biny and Mrs. Marchbein Marbiny
are now offering singing courses
at the Albion hotel residence. Can-
tor Marchbein-Marbiny was for-
mer director of the Original School
for Cantonal Studies in New York.
His wife is a noted soprano. The
courses include voice culture,
breath control, dramatics, and rep-
ertoire in standard languages. The
couple are also accepting singing
engagements locally.
Miss Serofta Now
Mrs. Birenbaum
Miss Deena Serotta is now Mrs.
Robert Lewis Birenbaum.
The couple exchanged wedding
vow- in 2 p.m ceremonies on Sun-
day. June 12. at the Dupont Plaza
hotel. Rabbi Leo Heim officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Serotta. 1351 Ml
173rd st. The grooms parents are
Mr. and Mrs Abe Birenbaum. 9221
E Bay Harbour dr.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Miss Lois Serotta. Arnold Colker
was best man. and ushers included
Irwm Serotta. Robert Rubin. Mark
Yaffey. and Steve Goldstein.
The bride chose a ballerina-
length gown of imported lace and
silk organza. Her bouquet was of
white roses and an orchid.
She is a graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High School and a certified
dental assistant
Mr. Birenbaum attended the Un-
iversity of Miami, and was aff;l>
ated with Tau Epsilon Phi fratern-
ity at the University of Florida.
After a two-week honeymoon in
Mexico, the couple will be at home
at 1085 98'h St.. Bay Harbor.
Radio
Resumes Shortly
The Word We Live By" is the*
title of the summer radio "Eternal
Light" series sponsored by the
Jewi-h Theological Seminary of
America.
For the ninth consecutive year,
the series will take the form of
conversations between Mark Van
Doren. author, critic and Pulitzer
Prize poet, and Maurice Samuel,
noted author and lecturer.
The 14-week series will be heard
over Radio Station WCKR begin
ning Sunday at 6:30 a.m.
MIS. 0AVI0 WL'tfgftCct
Zionist-Barbecue
Slated Sunday
Final plans for the arm..
becue of the Miami Gables
District slated for Sunday,
were announced this we
event is the wind up affair
year for the organ, z.uon a
take place at the home of *
Mrs, Murray Lev.r.t. 6161
rd.
David Liebman. preside
appointed the foiicw;ng ,
tee: Sam Levine. (ha:rma
raim Collins. Meytr Fne
Meyer. Abe BOSS, L'
Morris Simon. Harvey Scot.
Sacks. Sidney Sacks sr.z Hi
Shapiro.
Proceeds will be applied
scholarship fund of the K:
ver Aericultural School in
il bar-
9 p.m.,
The
of the
A will
'- and
Miller
. has
limit-
Kph-
Moses
iflnick,
I. B.
.Id G.
o the
ir SO-
Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Abrchcm Tur-
off. 1029 Euclid ave., Mkrmi
Beach, celebrated Jen 3Slh
wedding annive:scrv June 6.
With them were their chil-
dren. Mr. and Mis. EK
Wrona. granddaughter. Lau-
rie Sue. and Mr. end Mis-
Jay Goidbarger. c'A o: Miami
Beach.
Amme Frank Chapter HWs
Anne Prank chapter of B'nai
P nth Woman met Tuesday noon I
at the Park Lane cafeteria on Cor-
el Way.
Ki fxedrfivc- m fmmt\
W. Arthur Fielden. vice presi-
dent of Bishopric. Green and Fiel-
den. advertising, will be a guest
panelist at the 1Mb spring conven-
tion of the Florida Assn. of Broad
casters meeting June 16 to 18 a't
the Robert Meyer in Jacksonville
One of three participants on an ad-
vertising panel. Fielden win dis-
cuss "The True Value of Merc ban
Youth Group
Officers Honored
Youth Group of Temple Sinai
will be honored during Friday eve-
ning services of the Temple.
Cited will be outgoing officers
Caroline M a y s m a n. president:
Geoffrey Kempner. vice president:
Deborah If ilman. recording sec-
retary: Sutan Green, correspond-
ing secretary : and Dorothy Kemp-
New officers to be installed are
Dorothy Kempner. president; Deb-
orah Milman. vice president. Jan-
ice Onrot. recording secret arv;
Robert Ginsburg. corresponding
secretary; and Larry Shoot, treas-
urer
The Youth Grow* w.II hold a
beach party at Bakers Haulover
on Sunday at .30 p.m.


_~
riday, June 17, I960
?allot to Head
:e IE. Albert Pallot has accepted
* chairmaosh;r) of the $4.5 mil
ki.I^dars.of Lebanon Hospital
pveJopmpjt Fund, it was an-
mncej here by Stanley C. Myers,
^airman of the bjard of directors.
Construction at the first phase
[the hospital is now in full swing,
Id Pallot will head up the De-
llopment Fund committee to ob-
|n the necessary funds to com-
pte the haipital.
Pallot is a senior mamber of
law firm of Pallot, Markt,
LonoWon, Popp*il and Horwich.
ft it now ssrving at president
" tho Biscayn* Fodtral Savings
Ind Loan Assn. of Miami, vice
treaitJea* of th board of direc-
ts of Contra. Bank and Trust
mpany, prosidont of North
[ado Taxpayer* Assn., chairman
the City of Miami Boautiflca-
n committoa.
le is past chairman of the Met-
olitan Miami municipal board,
fct'chairman of the City of Miami
prior revision committee, past
kirman of the American citizen-
|p committee of the Florida State
Assn., Bnd past chairman of
citizenshin committee of the
|rvey Seeds Past of the Ameri-
Legian.
Ic- is a former assistant attorney
feral of the State of Florida, for-
special lecturer of law at the
|iversity of Miami, special lec-
er at the Miami Police Acad-
|y, and a former special attor-
for Dade County Blue Ribbon
Bnd Jury.
1953, he was the recipient of
honorary life membership in
Miami Junior Chamber of Com-
Irce, which is the highest award
Jan bestow. In 1957, he was the
lipitnt of the Big Pi Award "for
^standing civic achievement," by
Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity.
[allot is national chairman of
B'nai B'rich service committee
Armed Forces and veterans
a veteran of World War II,
the rank of lieutenant Com-
|ndcr in the United States Naval
erve.
When ccKnplttod, Codars of
barton Hospital will contain
(2 beds.
Jen Novaek is vice chairman of
fund, and Dr. Morton M. Hal-
fn is vice chairman of the fund
ading up the medical division.
ut committees are in forma-
i. Harold A. Landfield. is pres-,
tnt of the board of directors.
*-Jewist noridlian
Page 11-B
t. ALBCHT PALLOT
UM Students
Granted Awards
Six University of Miami stu-
dents were recipients of awards
given at a recent joint meeting of
the University of Miami Graduate
Business Society, Accounting So-
ciety of Miami, and Dade County
chapter of CPAs, held at UM.
The $150 Dade County chapter
CPA award was given to Mrs. Ger-
trude A. Bernstein, of 6004 SW
64th pi., as the best accounting
student in Dade county. .
A $150 Pentland Purvis Keller
and Company award for outstand-
ing achievement as accounting
majors was given to David Yellen,
6357 SW 10th st., and Ottavio R.
Siclare, of 3048 SW 17th st.
Three Graduate Business Society
Awards were given to Mrs. Alice
D. Swartzer, 6537 SW 24th st.;
William R. Grove, jr., 110 Aragon
ave.; and Howard R. Steele, 4020
SW 16th ter.
N. Shore Center
Launches Drive
Mayor Irving Schuiman, of the
town of Surf side, and Councilman
Jerry Lelc-ruil^ of Bay Harbor
Island, have accepted co-chair-
manship of | special membership
drive which the North Shore Jew-
ish Center is undertaking, Mau-
rice Revitz, president, announced
Wednesday.
Mayor Schuiman has been with
the congregation since his arrival
in Miami Beach in 1952. In addi-
tion to his many civic activities,
he served as an officer of the con-
gregation.
Lelchuk, wno was one of the pio-
neer founders of Bay Harbor Vil-
lage, serving as town manager
from 1947 to 1957, and was one of
the pioneers of North Shore Jew-
ish Center, Conservative congre-
gation founded ten years ago on
Dickens ave. and 75th st.
"Serving the north area of Mi-
ami Beach, Surfside and Bay Har-
bor Islands, t h e congregation
maintains high standards in its re-
ligious school, as well as in its
active affiliated organizations of
Sisterhood. Men's Club and PTA,"
the co-chairmen declared. Spirit-
ual leader is Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz, who has served in North
Shore's pulpit for the past nine
years.
Left to right are Councilman Jerry Lelchuk, of Bay Harbor,
and Mayor Irving Schuiman, of the Town of Surfside, co-
chairmen of the speical membership drive for North Shore
Jewish Center.
Hebrew Academy
Now
Kane is Brandeis Trustee
By Spocial Report
WALTHAM. Mass. A leading
American industrialist and noted
community worker has been elect-
ed to the board of trustees of Bran-
deis University, it has been an-
nounced by Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
president. Irving Kane, president
of the Hospital Specialty Company,
Cleveland, O., will occupy the seat
left vacant by the recent death of
trustee Adele Rosenwald Levy, of
New York City. Kane is president
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, this week announced regis-
tration for the fall semester at the
Hebrew Academy for this school's
main and North Dade branches.
The Academy's program includes
a full elementary department con-
sisting of nursery, kindergarten
through grade six, and a junior
high department comprising grades
seven through nine.
"The Academy's bilingual pro-
gram, including Hebrew and Eng-
lish studies, begins in the nursery
and continues throughout the ninth
grade," Rabbi Gross said, adding
that children beyond the third
grade in their secular studies who
lack previous basic Hebrew in-
struction cannot be accepted.
Students below the third grade
level will be accepted if registered
before June 15 of the current year,
he said.
An intensive summer school
program is being planned starting
the first week in July for students
now registering without a Hebrew
background.

North Miami Beach Mayor Dan Diofenbach (left) examine!
poster of the proposed Osteopathic General Hospital. Look-
ing on are Dr. William S. Currie, acting director of the board
of trustees, and Harold Dunsky, campaign chairman.
Osteopathic Hospital Planned
Set into motion this week was a
kickoff campaign in September for;
the Osteopathic General Hospital
of North Miami Beach.
Harold Dunsky was Wednesday
appointed campaign director by
the hospital's board. Dunsky was
previously director of the develop-
ment fund of the new Ml. Sinai
Hospital of Greater Miami.
The hospital, to be constructed
in an area now completely with
out medical facilities, will include
space for 106 beds. The building
will be completely air-conditione I.
Occupancy, is currently set for
the spring of 1961.
RABBI-CANTOR
BARITONE, SEEKS POSITION
FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS
UN 6-1673
WANTED
RABBI TEACHER
CONSERVATIVE STATE AGE, QUALIFI-
CATIONS MINIMUM SALARY DESIRED.
Writ* A.B., lax 2973, Miami 1, Fla
CANTOR pleasant voice, trained,
perfect musician, reads the Torah,
trained Hebrew teacher, would con-
sider Conservative Synagogue if
possible around Miami area. Best
references available. Write to
L. F., Box 2973. Miami I, Fla.
I

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FOR RENT
NICE FRONT ROOM NEAR REACH A
PARK. SEPARATE ENTRANCE, TV.
MEALS OPTIONAL.
CALL Af 1ER f UN 4-3944
CANTOR. YOUNG MAN, very
pleasant lyric tenor, well versed in
Cantorial liturgy, can train choir,
experienced in teaching Bar Miti-
vah and Hebrew, seeks yearly
position, or for High Holidays,
with Conservative Congregation.
Cantor E., Box 2973. Miami 1. Fla.
CANTOR SEEKS POSITION
FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
ALSO REAOING THE TORAH
3361 SW 26th STREET, MIAMI
HI 54760
-?v.
fashington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
ps been awarded a Citation of Merit by the
pami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. for "outstand-
9 landscaping and beautification by a com-
Brcial building in Miami Beach." Enjoying
I garden entrance to the new Washington
deral at 1701 Meridian ave. are Simon E.
Rubin, president of the Taxpayers (lefti, and
Jerome G. Greene (right), vice president and
chairman of its parks and beautification com-
mittee, who presented the citation. Receiving
the award for Washington Federal are board
chairman Arthur H. Courshon (pointing), and
Jack D. Gordon, president.
REN0WNID GRU7 TENOR FROM NEW YORK
Cantor Marchbein-Marbiny
NOW PMMANIMT RESIDENT of MIAMI BEACH, FLA..
SEEKS POSITION HIGH HOLIDAYS or YEAR. First class
choir-leader A Bar Mitivah teacher. Highly recom-
mended by prominent Rabbit; hat Degrees. Accepts
all singing) engagements with or without hit wife, noted
Star-soprano, La Scale Milan. Specialises teachers af
Voice culture, musk A Cantorial Studies.
REASONABLE FEES
WRITE P.O. BOX 1736, MIAMI BEACH FLA.
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9-JenlsiiHer Mian
Friday. June 1?,
I360J

Tchaikovsky Sparks
Pop Concert Opener
Fabien Sevitzky. University of
Insane* Symphony Orcher con-
ductor and music director, will
open the symphony's tenth aniver-
s..ry season of summertime Pop
concerts this Sunday evening at
the air cond.tioned Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Sevitzky. who cancelled a Euro-
pean engagement to appear at the
opening concert, his first as a
'Pops" conductor here, has sched-
uled a program devoted entirely
to the music of Peter Ilyitch Tchai-
kovsky.
Following this performance,
Sevitzky goes to New York to
hold auditions for musicians for
the orchestra. He will then spend
July and August in his summer
home in LaGrange, Ind. before
returning to Miami in mid-Sep-
tember.
Sidney Foster, nationally-known
virtuoso of the keyboard and a for-
mer resident of Miami, will per-
form Tchaikovsky's popular Piano
CooCitrto No. 1 in B flat minor.
Foster last year returned to the
concert stage following a ten-year
absence devoted to teaching music
al Indiana I'niversity. Foster has
appeared with near)\ every major
orchestra in this country, tl well
M numerous appearances with Se-
vitzky when he conducted the In-
dianapolis Symphony.
Two of Tchaikovsky'> most fa-
miliar works. "March Slav" and
"1812 Overture.' will also be
li ard.
Other Tchaikov>ky favorites to
be presented include "Capriccio
Itahenne." the Polonaise from
'"Eugene Onegin." two waltzes
from "Nutcracker Suite" and
"Swan Lake." and a violin solo by
Eugene Dubois titled "Andantino
e Allegro Vive.*'
loan Visits New York
By Special Report
Abba Eban. Minister without
Portfolio in the Israel Cabinet, and
president of the Weizman Institute,
arrived in New York last week for
a visit on his way back to Israel
from the Argentine.
On the eve of his departure {rom
Buenos Aires. Eban addressed a
banquet of the Argentine Friends
ot the Weizmann Institute. Among
the 400 guests attending were the
Nobel Laureate for Medicine. Prof.
Bernard Houssey. and noted physi-
cist Prof Rolando Garcia.
Lovely young Israeli actress Elana Eden portrays one of the
best' known women of the Old Testament in "The Story of
Ruth" in CinemaScope and color now showing at the Canb.
Miami and Miracle Theatres. Here she is seen with Stuart
Whitman as Boaz. the Judean whom she marries.
'Here Today1
Tickles Mertz-ful
First Nighters
A gala audience of first nighters
chuckled its way through the open
inn performance oI a '
comedy, "Here Today." Monday
nlghl at the Drove Playhouse.
Vivian Vance, looking years
younger, and many pounds liehter
han in her TV characterization of
Kthel MertB. delighted theatre-go-
ers with her sparkling portrayal
of a divorcee who finds herself in
love aqain with her ex husband,
debonair Phillip Terry, while pro-
moting his romance with Betty
Jean McGregor.
Pat Colby turned in mn ebulli-
ent performance as Miss Mc-
Gregor's brother, while John
Emory in the role of family
friend was delightfully devilish.
Lee Sandmen gave a convincing
performance as the stodgy fiance
of Miss McGregor. Show-stopper,
however, was Dorothy Konrad
in her side-splitting portrayal of
"a proper Bostonian" dowager.
Julius La Rosa
In Grove Play
"Here Today" finishes a one-
week run at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse on Saturday night. Tues-
day night's opening is "West Side
Julius I^Rosa will star in this
musical success, which depicts the
i lives and loves of youngsters in
' New York City and how the clash
!of national backgrounds is over-
come. Tender and moving, gay and
sprightly. "West Side Story" re-
I tlects the writing ability of Arthur
Laurents and the musical genius
; of Leonard Bernstein.
Laurents gained wide national
renown with the stage and sub-
sequent motion picture success
of his classic, "Home of the
: Brave." Bernstein's name is fa-
miliar to music lovers as con-
ductor of the New York Philhar-
monic Symphony Orchestra and
composer of many Broadway
hits.
La Rosa, whose singing voice
made him a success on television.
.will delight audiences with "West
Side Story" lilting songs, including
the popular "Maria."
Producer Oven Phillips, of
Grove Productions,' "leasing the
Playhouse from George Engle, is
already considering extra matinees
for many of the summer shows.
JIIUVS laftOSA
Bowling Awards luncheon
i
Bowling league representing (he
I National Children's Cardiac' Rat
jpital, North bade county brigC
I held its first annual awards lino
jeon last week in the Embassj ma
I of the Diplomat hotel.' In dura
I were Mrs. Sidney Deofsch all
Mrs. Harry Reckson.
Robert Taylor and Anne
Aubrey find romance in Col-
umbia Picture's film, "Killers
of Kilimanjaro." co-starring
Anthony Newley in Cinema-
Scope and Eastman Color.
now holding forth at the Col-
ony Theatre. "Last Days of
Pompeii." featuring Steve
Reeves, is the current offer-
ing at the Beach Theatre.
L/our <_/mifci/- *il
sJMost CLorMalL
n
roaiir
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CONFIRMATIONS
and all Social Functions
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A glimpse in a minor role was
had of Rosemarie Africano as a I 4rf f xfcibff Off BeOcfl
slovenly Nassauvian servant. Miss I
Africano will be remembered bv
local theatre lovers for her fine
portrayal of Doc's wife in the win-
ter season's production of "Come
Back Little Sheba."
Selma Thompson
Art exhibit featuring work by
both adults and children at the
Spencer-Tart School of Art. 3917
Alton rd.. is schedulded through
June 20 at the school. The gal-
lery is open daily except Sundays.
1
Have that
Meeting, f
anquet, or ^
#
luslness
Special Occasion
You'll find complete
focilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
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lay, June 17, I960
Jewlstncridrian
Jjar
Page 13 B
Michael Marie
Mitzvah of Michael Mark
take place on Saturday morn-
June 18, at Temple Ner Tam-
~abbi Eugene Labovitz will of-
ite.
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
he is a student at Nautilus
lior High, and attends Temple
? Tamid religious school.
Bddush in Michael's honor will
pw the service.
?
Lewi* Spokhter
egation Yehudah M o s h e
[be the site of the Bar Mitzvah
Speichler on Saturday
ling, June 18. Rabbi Henry
pica will officiate.
is the son of Mr. and Mrs
I Speichler. Cantor Moms Ber-
I will chant.
le Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
le student at North Miami Jun-
IHigh, and attends Popiel re-
us school.
ception will follow in his hon-
RenalsJ Aetalman
nald Adelman became Bar
vah during Saturday morn
ervices, June 11. Rabbi Sam-
^pril officiated at Coral Way
sh Center.
aid is the oon of Mr. and Mrs.
(in Adelman. A student in sev-
grade at West Miami Junior
he attends Coral Way Jew-
enter religious school.
Ju.sh will fallow in Ronald's
William Diamond
bbi Max Lipschitz will offi-
jat the Bar Mitzvah of William
fcr Diamond on Saturday
Jing, June 18, at Monticello
i Jewish Center,
liam, son of Mr. and Mrs.
[ Diamond, is a past president
Center's student congrega-
Ml will chant the entire Sab-
| service.
iglas Gardens
ml Installs
|icers of the Residents Syna-
1 of Douglas Gardens, Jewish
for the Aged, were installed
ceremony Monday evening.
Irving Lehrman, chairman
religious committee of the
installed the officers and
pred the principle address.
t Irving Cypen, president of
I Home, extended greetings,
br Israel.Reich chanted tra-
bal liturgy.
licers installed include hon-
I president, Louis Siegel; pres-
I, Norman Lifshitz; vice pres-
| Charles Klinger; secretary,
pn Haiman; treasurer, Harry
loff; gabbaim, Rev. Lazarus
pr, and Nathan Gordon; trus-
llsadore Cortek, Frank Hersh-
|z. Max Turchin, and Isaac
Igate.
An honor student at North Mi-
aim Beach High, he has just grad-
school "* Center's rel'gious
His mother has been a faculty
member of the school for the past
five years. His father is immediate
****** of the congregation.
Oot-oTtown guests will include
Mr and Mrs. M. Kaplan, Lake
Mohegan, N. Y., his grandparents;
Mrs. Herbert Strauss, Pt Wash-
ington, N. Y.; and Miss Barbara
rauss, Miss stacey Strauas, and
Miss Diane Petesky.
? .
Randolph Koch
Bar Mitzvah of Randolph Koch
will take place on Saturday morn-
uig, June 18, at Temple Beth Sho-
Iom. Rabbi Leon Kronish wiU of-
ficiate.
Randolph is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Koch, 1170 99th st
He ts a student in the Beth Sholom
confirmation class of 5722.
Ben Roller
Saturday morning services, June
11, at Temple Ner Tamid included
the Bar Mitzvah ceremony of Ben
Reller.
Ben is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marcus Reller. He attends Nauti-
lus Junior High, is a member of
Boy Scout Troop 318, and is a stu-
dent at Ner Tamid religious school.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg officiated.

Steven Goldstein
Steven Goldstein will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, June 18, at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. i
Steven is the son of Mr. and Mrs.'
Sol Goldstein. A seventh grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High, he
attends Temple Emanu-El relig-
ious school.
Reception in his honor will be
held Sunday evening at the Eden
Roc hotel. Out-of-town guests will
include Mr. and Mrs. Sol Zalles
and daughters, of Wilmington, Del.

Bruce Rubin
Temple Judca will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Rubin
j on Saturday morning, June 18, with
I Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor
j Herman Gottlieb officiating.
Bruce is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Rubin He is a student in sev-
enth grade at West Miami Junior
High, was first president of the
Southwest "Y" boys group, Alpha
Gamma, and attends Temple Ju-
dea religious school.
Out-of-town guests at the cere-
mony will be Mr. and Mrs. Sol Les-
lie, aunt and uncle, of Cleveland,
O.; Mrs. Ida Bitman, aunt, of
Abington, Pa.; and Mr. and Mrs.
Will Needleman, of Ft. Meyers,
cousins.

Sim Granoff
Rabbi Mayer Abramowilz will of-
N. Shore Names
New Director
Herzl Honor, of Chicago, has
been appointed director of educa-
tion at North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter, Maurice Revitz. president, an-
nounced Wednesday.
Upon graduation from the
George Williams College of Chi-
cago with a BA in group work ed-
ucation, Honor spent a year in Je-
rusalem doing graduate study at
the Hebrew University. He later
assumed directorship of youth ac-
tivities and educational program-
ming at a Reform temple in Phila
delphia.
During the past five years, he
has served as education director
of a Conservative congregation in
Chicago. "
His father, Dr. Leo Honor, was
one of America's leading authori-
ties on Jewish education.
Honor is married and has three
children.
HUZl H0N0K
Center Camps Reveal Staffs
KONAID
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Sim
Granoff on Saturday morning,
June 18, at North Shore Jewish
Center.
Sim is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Granoff, 814 Raymond st He
is in the graduating class of the
Center, and attends Nautilus Jun-
ior High.
Out-of-town guests will include
Ralph Zak, maternal grandfather,
of Lawton, Okla.; and Louis Gran-
off, paternal grandfather, Phila-
delphia, Pa.
Reception will be held in Sim's
honor Sunday at the Ivory Tower
of the Saxony hotel.
The key supervisors for the four
summer day camps of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter were announced this week by
Emanuel Tropp, assistant direc-
tor.
Regular members of the year-
round professional staff will serve
as camp directors at each Branch,
and other staff members will fill
the positions of camp program di-
rector. Additional personnel were
announced in the capacities of wa-
terfront supervisor and arts and
crafts instructor.
Camp directors are David
Esfctnazi, Miami Branch; Ar-
nold Pis kin, Miami Beach
Branch; Donald La Bail*, North
County Branch; Philip Millstein,
Southwoit Branch.
In the capacity of program di-
rector at each branch are Judith
Goldstein, Miami Branch; Miriam
Scheinberg, Miami Beach Branch,
Estelle Hardin, North County
{Branch; Herbert Jacobson, South-
. west Branch.
All waterfront supervisors are
1 required to be qualified Red Cross
waterfront safety instructors. Wa-
|terfront supervisors have been as-
signed as follows: Donald Swartz,
Southwest Branch; Yvette Cole,
North County Branch; Gerold Kop-
pel, Beach Branch; Sondra Leid-
lich, Miami Branch.
Handling t h e arts and craftts
programs are Sylvia Ruskin, Mi-
ami Branch; Prudence Vaughan,
Beach Branch; Lawrence Geffen,
Southwest Branch; Ronald Wis-
niewski. North County Branch.
Now to live Happily
"The Art of Living Happily,"
third lecture in a series, will be
offered by Dr. Abraham Wolf son
on Friday evening, 6:45 p.m., at
the Black&tone hotel. Dr. Wolfson,
director of the Spinoza Forum for
Adult Education, was to deliver
the same address Thursday morn-
ing at the Miami Beach Athletic
Club on 10th st.
Women's Council to Meet
Miami Council of B'nai B'rith
Women will meet Thursday nieht.
June 30, at the Coliseum Bowling
Alley in Coral Gables.
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Friday, June 17, lggQ

Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
>
Acreage must've been the second tooic of conversation 'of com
rolf was the first) when Sam Solomon. Harold Vineberg. realtor Paul
Sobel and stock broker Ted Sewell made up a weekend foursome at "
Rayshore. Vineberg and Solomon are long-time friends, both coming
here from Canada.
Henry Gewitz on the mend at Jackson Memorial Hospital after
at with phlebitis. He's one of the more popular member* of the
M.B. real y board
Jack Wilson, new state treasurer of B"nai B'rith. just complete:!
a tour of the Florida organizations, and met with*president Sam Nle-
terg over the weekend to set up a program for a new membership
drive.
Principal Irvin Katz keyed a fin* commencement program when
a 'ecord-breaking number of Miami Beach High graduates received
their diplomas from school superintendent Joe Hall at jam-packed
Miami Beach Auditorium. The Hon. Claud* B. Peppor, who was guest
speaker, has lost nono of his senatorial oratorical skill, and pof a
tremendous ovation from the audience and graduates.
Among the proud mothers and dads and guests of graduates spot
ted in the audience: Dr. and Mr- Norman Rus. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
,k Mrs Bales Alpert. Mr and Mrs Lewis Serbin. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Sidney, Dr. and Mrs. Theodore S'.ruhl. Mr and Mrs Richard
Rmaiiy Mr and Mrs Bernard Baum. Mr. and Mrs. Al Zablo. Mr. and
Me'.vin Richard. Mr and Mrs. Murray Sonnett. Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Ratrer. Mr. and Mrs, Jay Kashuk. Judge and Mrs. Albert Saper-Uin.
Mr cr.d Mrs. Gilbert Applebamr.. Mr. an:'. Mrs. Jack Abbott. Mr. and
Mr^ Sao too, Mr. and Mrs Ju! Pascal Mr. and Mrs. Harold
. Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Goldberg*, and Mr. and Mrs Morton
serous.
roll be a big delegation from the Greater Miami area at the
annual District Five B':iai B'rith convention which jets under waj
Sur t, Va Heading the 100 or mor. 'idee Mil-
Friedman, District Five :-elect. Also in the ;r^.
Sidney Palmer, past president of Sbolem Lo:iee. Newly-
Samuel "^leberg, and ueasurer Jack Wilson,
are also expected to head f<>r Norfolk.
Mrs Gen women's president of District Five, will head
the i\ contingent from this area for the Norfolk conclave. She
is a good prospect for reelection. Making the trip by auto will be
Mr- Aurtu Reita and Mrs Jerome RoDinson. Mrs Reich is vice pres-
ide: District Fie* Mitch Sandweis>. president of Miami B'nai
B'rith Youth Council, is traveling with youth director Jerry Carver via
auto to Norfolk also.
At recent installation ceremonies of the Rab-
binical Assn. of Greater Miami are (left to
right) Rabbis Alfred Waxman, outgonq pres-
ident; Mayer Abramowitz, president; Morton
Malavsky. executive vice president; and Ben-
no Wallach, treasurer. Rabbi Abramowitz is
outgoing vice- president. Other outgoing offi-
cers are Rabbis Henry Okolico. secretary.
treasurer; and Morton Malavsky, executive
secretary. Special tribute was paid Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Cornreca-
tion, for "his five years of distinguished sen-.
ice in the local ministry."
Mrs. Lee Howard, wife of the Surfside vice mayor, playing in a
"steady" foursome at Normandy Shore*, with Mrs. Jack Friedman,
Mrs. Murray Friedman and Mrs. Richard Hammel.
Attorney Shirley Woolf and client Martha Rave received the "thrill
of a lifetime" when they were invited by I'.s. Supreme Court Justice
William Douelas to ke his guest at the fabulous Ambassador's Ball in
Washington last Saturday All expenses paid, too!
* *
FILM FARE: "The Story of Ruth" is superb entertainment for the
entire family, based on the poignant Biblical story. Heading the cast
is Israeli beauty. Elena Eden, in the title role. It's her first American
movie role and. Uke her predecessor. Haya Harareet, co-star of "Ben
Hur." she proves Israeli actresses can hold their own with the best
performers in America, or anywhere else in the world. It's playing at
the Carib. Miami and Miracle.
Next Monday, the three houses will also carry the telecast of the
JohaimeMtn-Patterson heavyweight championship fight on their big
screens direct from ringside. Starts promptly at 9:30. and suggest
reservations early as possible. There won't be any home telecast of
the fight. I saw the thriller staged last year when Johanneson's big
"kayo" right electrified the audience at the Carib. Believe you me.
you get a better view of the action via theatre big screen than in a
ringside seat at Yankee Stadium.
Managements of the Sheridan Theatre is already receiving re-
quests for the premiere of "Exodus," even though it doesn't open there
until December. In the meanwhile it's "Can-Can." holding forth on
the screen there, with Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine. Maurice
Chevalier and Louis Jourdan.
4t
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Julius La Rosa makes his local legit
imate stage bow at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, starting Tuesday, in
the exciting musical West Side Story.'' In addition to star La Rosa,
an excellent cast of singers and dancers has been assembled for the
Playhouse presentation and should be a sell-out every night and the
two matinees Wednesday and Saturday).
Vivian Vance, of "I Love Lucy" fame, and1 John Emory co-star in
"Here Today" at the Playhouse through Saturday night. No per-
formances on Sunday and Monday.
Singer Damita Jo and her jazz combo has joined the orchestra of
Luis Varona. specializing in Latin music, at Harry's American Bar at
the Eden Roc. "Little" Jackie Heller is the singing host. Entertain-
ment's continuous until 2 a.m.
Holding over at the Fontainebleau is the only Latin revue left in
town. "Extravaganza Latina." now that the Bill more-Terrace and
Lucerne shows are closed.
The sepia production. "Smart Affairs." fast and rhythm-packed,
holds over at the Deauville.
* -at
TIPS ON TABLES: Candlelight Inn will be getting a big play for
dinner and luncheon parties, now that the neighboring Coconut Grove
Playhouse has reopened. Henry Leitson is in charge.
The colorful atmosphere of Kino Arthur's Court intriouos the
young set, as woll as the adults, and that, in addilian to the excellent
food, is why family business keeps a-prowino at Art Bruns' dining
rendezvous.
Steaks, chops and prime ribs are outstanding at the Bonfire, bat
the 79th st. causeway dining center also specializes in mighty fine
seafood delicacies. Try them next time you visit Sam .Radio* Winer's
alaways popular restaurant.
When the weather gets too warm. Cantonese cuisine at Fu Manchu
saves a lot of wear and tear on the housewife and the kitchen. Perfect
dining fee the family. Order by phone if you're too lazy to leave home.
N. Shore Lodge
Installs Wilson
Jack Wilson was installed presi-
dent of North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith in recent ceremonies at the I
Carillon hotel.
Oth< rs in-tailed were Lawrence
L;pkin. Dr. Robert Rosen, Morris;
Rossein and Seymour Teitelbaum.
vice presidents; Jules Israel, chap-
lain: Louis Hirsch. treasurer; !
Charles Lilian, recording secre-
tary: Jerry Carver, corresponding
secretary; Joseph Condell. finan-,
cial secretary; Maurice Brermer,'
guardian; and Morris Lunch, war-,
den.
Board of directors are Abe Ap-
pel. Nate Askow, Richard Berg-
man. Isador Cohen, Alex Doughs.;
Max Kriloff. Wilbur Loewenberg, |
Abraham Mindes. Morris Minov.
Nate Perlmutter. Dave Reinwald.
Morns Roth. Arthur Spiegel, Phil
Thau. Ben Toby. Morris Urist,
Murray Weil.
Advisory board are Nathaniel
Berenstein, Albert Feinberg. Dave
Fenton. Frank Gordon. Morris [
Handel. Jack Klinger. Frank Kra-
vit. Jerry Lelchuk, Sam Lichten-
stein, Sam Malow, Nate Packer, I
Marcus Paulson, Dave Sail, Max]
Siegal. Joseph Schleider. Charles
Sommer and Nat Wolf son.
Adm. Jomn M. Will, presi-
dent of American Export
Lines, is visiting the Miami
area this week to meet with
Florida Travel agents to dis-
cuss plans for the company's
new passenger liner, SS At-
lantic. The Atlantic will call
Oct. 13 at Port Everglades to
embark several hundred pas-
sengers for a 3S-day cruise
to the Mediterranean.
iyjCUST BROS R> ,
Recently-elected officers of Congregation Etz Choim, 408 16th
st., Miami Beach. Seated (left to right) are "Noimon Kaplan,
president; Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky. spiritual leader; and Mor-
ris Brafman, vice president. Standing cam Hyman Zaidman;
Morris Steinbock. financial secretary; Alex Heiman; A.
Safra, recording secretary; and Sam Orlin.
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lay. June 17, I960
ami SOX
ilects Kassewitz
The Greater Miami Professiona'
Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, na
lional f.aterni'y of journalists
i 11 n ('
VrTftl Jifck'Ka- 1
fcewiu preside-
in ccreironies ai
Ihe Key Biaesjj
hotel.
+Jt*ri3tifh>ridUat
wi
Sunning are ho. wife, Cecil tw.
on*, Including Wallace: a da\Vgh<" .
"' ind >lx grandcWTdren
" June li al .M,. Neb,
.;"" tery, with, Klvendd
i banal li..... : .
ai r.
Meihniin l
ingementa.
MRS. ANNA H. POMERANTZ
"' ;' ''' -" ave,, (tied June 12
'."" ,''""' ll,r" '> regrn nan frum
:"",'kl>". N.Y. rvfvllw a,, ".."
and daughter. ojhlaUv Viuil
; '""-. m re Jun. i:; al River*! i,
'moi-lal ,* *-.', *' Flaclei .. with
, '"Hal lii Ui. .\,......emetery,
Kassewitz i <
Florida Livin
editor I the M:
mi N .v s Hi
succeed: Phil D
iBerard. pub li-
p-elation? director ...n
liere for Southern Bell Telephone
-o.
Others installed were Tony Gar
net, Miami Herald chief photog-
rapher, vice president: Wayne Far-
ris, WCKT newscaster, secretary;
ind George Vickery, publicity di-
rector lor WTVJ, treasurer.
. JACK SLEPAK
' "r > 1 ("til .-... died June IL' II,
;-"" '".' 5 -" a rr..... Clil-
- fi TIIIIh
' and two bi olhi r s,-,,;,,.
lube II ,i R|v, -,i, m imrl.l
\ormand) ;

.rtoma Will
tvene Here
Sertoma International is expect-
to attract over 1,500 delegates
ind guests to Miami on June 22
Fo 25 for its annual convention.
Earnest F. HHlings. Governor
South Carolina and a member
Serlcma, will be the principal
>-.
L'l t J
and
n
PHILIP J. KURY
- I Ha) -i, died June It a
"I merchant. In- cam, i
M yearn ago from New I
urvlvlng. are his wire, Roue
.'"" 'laughter* Servu-i were
sew York, with local arrange......
ij Rlvemlde Memorial ChapeT
N.-.THAN RATINER
' '"' .....s I, I r.-r .-..r, gve,. died JuiM I
i. pame here 13 yean ago r...,,, \,.
rork Kurvivlny are tab wife, Lena:
i eon, Joeeph: two brother*, Alee ami
'ula; and nhrter and two grand-
MWJren Kervl... were June II a.
ordun liinm! Hi,m,
tag me his wife. Beanie: two chil-
dren. Including a daughter, llachael
Harriet; and two brothers, Including
V'lii:,,,. ,,i Miami. .s,.,-vi,-,.s were in
Page 15-8
LSGAL NOTICE
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ
rfi. of uo :,,i at., Hlaml Beach, died
Lfej "' '...... here from New
I, ,V \","~ "*" Wurvlvon Include
his wife, Hetty; two brother* and two
CJordon Funeral ii.
.,1
MINNIE HERMAN
'',' "r -" "W -Hi cl died M... 26
'"' '"'" here rrom I k-aao 10 teai -
"" s"' n Ing m .- hei son, 8*
'.'. brother, .......Ichlldren.
were In Chli ago with H ,i Ion
Funeral Home In charge locally.
HENRY ROSENBERG
. "i 310 Collln* ave., wa came hare 12 yeum ggV) ream New
V"'k; .*ni1 *'u" retired lin:.,.i I.-,.
Vin IVln-" **" broth, r. Ink .,,,,1
'""** --i.-irrs. Hervlaea were .d.......
>t "i,,r,i,,ii h'uneraj h,.......
MRS. MARY SCHWARTZ
,1. of 1*61 xw 6th si. ciie.i June
She tmma from New York nine voais
iiikI was a in.-ml.vt- f Keth
Rannael Blaterhood. s'urrlvtnf ire
four nous. Im-iiniinx Harry, Miami; a
sisier. !< uraiidi-lillilien ami four
irreitt grandchildren Rervlcei were
peaker at the convention. Former!n.ne at RRendde Memorial rtapel
ov. Fuller Warren will give the XN Flu*k*r
MRS. PAULINE RUBIN
M, of I,... SW Uth ki died May it
The mothi r ol i!.-. i ian R ibln, Miami
lea. li v -i..., .. i, i he i ame here
- ago from Pateraon, N.l Hui
' Ivliig her alao ai .. da ughter, Mi -
It',.-,- (Ilnaberg; ,i brother, two si-- -.-
ii i two amnde'itTilren. Rervlcei a era
.May :, in i;,,ni,,n i- .in.-i.,i Home.
HARRY WALTER LUBELL
It, ,.f nn Harding ave., dlad May !l
\ retired mortgage broker, he came
here .-iv year* ago rrom i"iii, ago ii.-
leaven hi- wife, Minn--. Hervicea were
May ::' in Rrverafde Memorial Chapel,
SHELDON ROTH
.11. <,f I,:." Cleveland rd ,ile,l May ;;.
lie is aurvTved bj hi- narentu, Mr
and Mrs. .Inlliis Roth of Miami l: -a, h
Hei-Vtoea were May 21 ill l'.\\ j- -. i. I o
Memorial Chanel,
HERMAN SHAPIRO
U, of :<:.s s\v nih ave., iii^ii May -7
a retired merchant, ha oam here ;
years agt] from Ijikelaml. Siirylvlna;
a ilauKhKr, .Mrs. Kmh Simowliz
Services we
neral Home
Mai _: ai nordofi |fu-
A-elceom:ng address.
Herbert L. Weiner, newly elect-
pd president of the Miami club and
convention chairman, expects this
ir's attendance to beat the 1.100
(cord set last year at Memphis. "
Tenn.
Assisting Weiner on the local com-
littee will be Donald F. Thomp
Dr. Thomas N. Ryon. Lee F.
Emerson, Samuel F. Leviten and
Theodore Chertok.
Harry V. Kline. WTV.I executive.
publicity charman.
MORRIS MARGOLI6
67. or I Hi', Ocean dr., illeil .Inn, 6. He
i line here '_> yeara ago rrom V\ i-li
IngtoN, and waa niemln-r of t!>*- Mi-
ami Beach i:ik- IxHlge. Hurvlving
,r, his ife. I'iniii.-. and a uauahter.
Service* were .lime >. mi Rlveralde Me-
W'iisliiiiaion aye.
ABRAHAM HlRSCH
7'.', of 877 gnth st.. Miami Beach, died
Maj -:. A retired metala manufac-
lurer. he came h,-re 11 years ago
from Atlanta. He wax a member "f
Miami Beach tSlka l.oda,-. He leavea
his ife. Mary, and n\,> wons. ln-
cludlag Sianlt-y of Miami; two ,laugh-
ters, a brother and i sl-iei. Herrlcei
Wr May IS al Rlverakle Memorial
Chanel.
Oe
u'htaries
OR. GEORGE SHEPARO BERG
16, ii-. ii. ni chief ,.1 the allerg; rte-
[arlmen ..f Variety I "hllilrcn's II.,.--
.iial. ,:i-I .1 iue 13. A graduate of
<* F k ('nfverelty, he came here
|si.\ \ear- i,. and lived al loll A,ln-
' ":i BVi II.- w;l< Atari ro-rllief of the
|aUcivy '1,-paruneiit at .lackxon Me-
urial Hospliil. a member of the
Aiii-li, : Assn. of IViliali Linns, I >. I. -
ITounte and American Medical A-sn-.
Ian,I the American Jewleh Committee, eluding
II, I i, Tel,l|,le l-rael. Sin li.-a li.
,ii' hl< Mil.-. H.l-ii.- |iar-
M ni'l Mrs l.,-.i.h Flerg: -on.
il'. r: mi,I inn ilaughlei s. Susan and
I Kit/..'>).' Hei\ri,-ee \\,-re Jiiim- l.' at
FTemiih I--.-,..I under Ihe direction of
[ .I. -i Funeral Home
JACOB REIBEL
M, of r .'. 1 >ad. l.lvil., die,l M.iv tx,
A tailor. he rain.- Ii.-r-- six i.-ai- .ii;..
troin i Hevi land, >uiylvlng are Ills
daughter Mi-. DorothJ Mi 1 I l>. two
V, M -. g 1. 1 (Wo K'Slers. Mis. 1 ella (',.-
heii and Mrs. <; ussle Klein. Ken n
.-t May '-'* a I Itlverelde M. in. rial
1 "llaliel.
MRS. MILLY K. STEIN
7ft. of 717 \V. .".ilili st., died May T-\.
A Mliml resident for 16 yearn, she
was a memliei if the BtaterholM of
Temple larael. H.ola.ah. md Hi**
i oiin, il of Jewish Women. She leave*
her hnsiiand. i.eo. two daughle. ln-
Mrs Roma rilin.in of Miami
i son. her brother. I>r. ,la. ..I.
Kaplan: and four grandchildren. s',-r-
yii-es Were May L'li al Itlyelsl.le Mi -
iiioi lal < *lia|,el.-
MAX KOMISHANE
M, of MS M: I.Mith t.. died May 2S.
A relired news dealer and newapaper
inallrooin entployeo. he came liere
eight years ago from Newark. Hur-
vlvlng are two daughters. In,-hiding
Mrs. Horenee Shayiitnn; a H,m. one
grandchild and four great-Krandchli-
ili-.n. i-'ervli-es were May 14 at Itiy-
er-1,1.- Memorial Chapel.
ALFRED HARBURGER
77. of 4'i!< HIIiIsiiis dr.. Hiliis.-us Is-
land, died May :" The retired man-
ager oi an exterminating r<>iniany,
lie el...... here 'ZU years a^o from t'ln-
clnnatl. Survlvora Include two sis-
ters. Mrs. Sll.na HI.....n an.I ,\irs. Jay
l.tpton. Seryii es were Muv 30.
MRS. ELAINE HOWARD
ta. A night Blub .-HI. i lain. r.
camg here five yearn ni.''. from
tin, Mass Survivors include her
M i v
he
Aus-
hus-
I..H.1. Charle.-; her father. Htdne>
Kllglltl, and a .lniiglil.r. Maru-ar.-l W.
Ser\ i,-,-- were May :i" at Rlveralde
Memorial Chapel.
Oriental Motif
At Riverside
NOTICE TO DEFEND OR
ORDER OF PUBLICAT ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 5412
l. Plaintiff,
"i.'iA mai:iiii:i:i.i.\
I'el.-ndallt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: (H.iia MARTORKI.I a
347 w,
I.....i. New fork
Von oi.ca MARTORRI.I,* ,.
"; ,|'1 '.....ed thai Bill -.1 c.....-
plain) for Divorce .
( ou, ami j .-.1 a req ill .-.l 1..
''''N'- '.....> "i your An
the 1:111 of Complain) on the
plaintiffs Attorney, ANUKI.O \ \i 1
Hi" Ainsl... Hnilili,..;. Mm,,,, S2, i\' :
[da and rile lh< original Ajiawer or
I'leailmj in the i.rfli i i
"' '"' ''in uii i".,i.ri n : .,, the
1Mb day of July. IMS. II you I 'II to
'" ludarmenl b) default will he
nken again.1 you i,,i the rellel de-
manded In the iiiii .,r complain)
Tin- notice s*iall be puhllahed once
each week i,,r four consecutive week*
In TIIK .IKWISII KI frRHX v ^
i'i,"i'^'': ^,x" ,,"i":':i:" '" Miami.
Ilorl.la, thin I..Hi di,.> 01 June, \ n.
I'."."
_ a B. i.i:atiii:i:\ia\ ,
' ii'ini Court, Hade C >unt. Florid 1
lagat) By: K. M. i.vv \ v
ANO,:,,, A. A... """:' '
400 Aln-le, Bufldlng
.Miami 31, I li.rl.l .
Atlorn.-y for Plalnltff.
6'17-?4. 7'l-<
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-Noii.-i-: is ii,:i;ki:v uivkn mat
the undersigned, doslrlna to eng
',''o'",',"r,,'';'.'I;'' "' flvlfiloue name f
EX)I ll'.MK.NT SAI.KW A.M. HKRVICl
number 3WS s u 8th Street In rhe
I "> "f .Miami. Florida Intend to regZ
'">','. "'V. -^'J'1 "..... with the .'lerfc
Mwrld UauaOeM I .
I '.ii. -I ai MJ iiiii. F||
da) of Jim.-. |
FRANK II. Mil.I KR
'VAi.i.A.-K'x'^.yr,:'1'^'1-"1
Attorney for Applicant
.....Uacayne Building
Miami Florida
___________ -i
"i-i-la. thin i.)th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is im-:i:i.:;s- iuven that
the an.I.- ..i,...i ... ,
;';-......? '' '''' 'li-- llctl i ..- n .1
BEACH I'l.r.MiUN,; r, ioih h
ritreet, Miami Beach, l'l i., Inten I- to
i raid name wnh thi M
'I" Circuit Conn ol I >a i.
I- lol ill.I
* '..'..niy.
A.VTIHiNV VRNTO
\VKI\Kl.i: KKSSI KU
Mi..inev r..r a'..' ii
Kil KeyboW Bui din i
Miami, Km.
f. i :-.''.
l-X
NOTICE BY PUL.CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND eOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 5611
samiki. mi:vi:i:s.
1'i.iintirf.
ii:i:i'i:i:i''\ MEYERV,
Oefenilani
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
TO: KRKI.KrMCA MKYHRJ)
C/o Jerry Clfelll
1498 laxiiigton Place
FZllsabeth. New Jeraei
You llti:i>i:i:|.'A MI.VKltS are
hereby notified thai a Bill m r......
,'lallll for IdVoli-e his heell lileil
Igaliisl you. and you are r,-.|ii r,-.| |,.
Mel-ve a Cop) ol your Ali-wer ,., l'l. a.|-
ing to the IIIII of Comji aim on the
plaintiff* Attorney, AKOKLO \ VI.I
IIIII Alnsley Bluldlng, Miami St, ll..r-
ulii an.i i'ii.- the original Aiuwcr or
Pleading in the "ffi,.....f the Cler* of
-ii' Cirouil Court aa ..r before the
l.ith day of July. PH.". If you tali lo
I.. -,,. Jiidgmenl ii, default wl
taken agninal you for ihe nil*) de-
manded in the Hill of C iii.iiaiiu.
Ihi- notice shall be published once
such weak for four oonteejtlie weeks
in Till-: IKWISM FlAlRIDIAN
DONE AKU ORDICRKH al Miami.
Florida, ibis i.'.ih dai of June, ah.
I HI!".
K. B. i.i:a riii:i;.M\N. clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade County, Klori la
'-'-.ii By: k M i.vma.v.
An Oriental motif will prevail in '..,'V';1'" A ,.A':\I
- ... l'"" Auis.ey Hull,ling
the new Southwest Miami branch Miami 32. 11.11.1.1
of "Riverside Memorial Chapels. Attornej for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Mi'iltl-: is HKRKBV <;i\'i:\ ,hat
the under.-ijiie.t. desiring 1......gaae in
husbiess under the fictitious n me o<
WORK I'l.Ai'KMKMTii ,i 217 N.K
7luh Street. Miami. Florida Intend* to
lecl.-l.T sii.l nun, grtrfl (li. Clerk of
the t'ln-iiii Court ol I >a,le c.mnty,
l-'lorida
'iAIl. HKRHIAN (sole owner)
I'W'II. I'IM'i'kP.I:
Vn.irne, for A..itn,--inl
-IP Vlscuvne l:ulhirng
Miami ^2 hn.rid-i
'17-L'4. 7/1-
To be decorated by Roi Mark.
the new chapel, at SW 37th ave.
and 17th St., will have a lobby
.; 17-M. T'l-',
ABRAHAM L. LEVIN
,:iin- lie., died Jun.- IS.
, here seven years ago front
. .. ml Mas i i- i ii .1 broker.
M
HERBERT FELDAN
:.s. of mi sw iTil. i.r. died MaV '-''i
in ,\'e\\ York. I'resiileiit of K'-Iilnn
I'.roihers Hosiery Co. of New York
and a Miami resident for 20 years.
lo was f..rm.-r!v rice, pre-i.lelll of Ihe
Miami lleiir.-w Cojwregstioa. Slirvlv-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
done in tones of green and w*to.\tj;!itZXlTef?JX
with Pompeiian marble vinyl floor,'im-im-s ui.....r the rictitioun name m
'JI'MBu HOTTI.IN'i: Cn. at li.l i:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOO* NAME LAW
voTTci-: ts HKfrl-HV ':i\i:\- that
the undei-slgned, dealrltrS to engage In
business under the lii litioiis n .me of
l AMI'I IN ASSmlATKS al 11000 W.
Oi.vie Hiirhwny, Xorth'AMml. I'lo.-i'a
I'll, ills to register .il.| name with
Hi.. Clerk of the Clrohli Court ol l>^
County, i-'iorida
I I'C WII'I.I.V
ii.yi.k i-: i', .srii: u;
Attorne} for l. I> Camplln
____________________________ IT--1. ii-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage >
business under the 'i.-'i-l-."- n
sivsiiiNK wiiiii ksai.i: n.,>w-
Klts' al nisi s\V ",7 Avenue. Miami,
Florida Intend- to register -aid name
wiih Ihe Cl.rk ,.r Hie Circuit c.urt
of I'arie c.....,t>. h'lorlda
si'nsiiim: Ki.uw i;i:s. inc.
By: Paul Aahkena*. I'r.-.-i.i. nt
i:riii:\K i i-:mi,i, ii
All,.in.-;, for Sunsliim- l-'|..\\ .-i >. In,-.
r. 11-24, 7 1-X
Our reemt tad fass in the aotsinf e'
ar BtHvei Hutbanrl, falhtr, Grandfather anil Bnlher
HERBERT FELDAN
Uoves % wirh arolefwl hearts towards neighbors and friends. Their
comforting expressions of sympathy and thoughtfulness will always
bt remembered.
rlr*. and stone wall at one end. Glass
and walnut trim also will be used
throughout the structure.
Peacock blue and white will pre-
dominate in the business office.
j Reposing rooms will be subdued
in beige, cocoa and copper, with
.grass cloth and -ik hangings on
the walls. The family room will be
in lavendar.
A glass wall will be installed be-
hind the pulpit, behind the wall
plantings of live green Oriental
shrubs will be placed. Exterior dec-
orations and plantings also will
I carry out the Far East motif.
The Roz Mark firm also decor-
; ated the Normandy Isle branch of
i Riverside Memorial, which was
modernized and enlarged last year.
tSrd Street, Hlaleatt Intend to reglstel
said name with ihe Clerk ..r the Cir-
cuit Court .a i.a.le Count), Florida
KlillAltl' IIKIt.N'S
MARTIN BERNb'
ii I7--1. I/l-g
N
LEGAL NOTICE
LOW "W
COST ^
HOME LOANS
To Buy, Build or Refinance
Inquiries Invited No Obligation
O/c'esl
iSade Federal
Ravings and Loan Association o, Miami
JOSEPH M UPTON
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'E is HKKEB) I5IVBN thai
I lie llllilel.lulled, .|,-||i|i; 111 l-M
''i'l. ii..I.f Ihe 'i.'llll ill- n-iMie Of
KlinlMA'ilK il I-"" NI-: Hreond
\., ..,... Miami, Florida i.....ml- to
i nn me v\ 111 the 'lerk .f
the Circuit Court ..l l>ai|e I
lorl.la.
mill M:l> l: i:i:y.\(.i.i.s
WAI.I.ACK X Al \ I :i;
Mi..Mi.-, foi kinlirunl
; I'is.-.vu- R. lldina
Miami St. I'ii.ri.la
r, it-:'4. 7/l-X
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA
No. 47403-C
RE: IIS'I'A'I I-: ni-'
THOMAS I.AVt'StlN 'rHltldt.KKL.il
De.eased.
NOTICE. OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE I
NoTici-' i- h.i.iiv niien thai i have ,N
filed a filial ie|..rt and netltlon for
Final i 'i-. h ,1-4. ii- Administrator of I
the esl.-.le ,.( Til.Hill- l..i,\-..|. 'I'll -ei-
kel.l il.-, -ea-eil: a ii.I thai "ii lh. I'uli
,Ih\ ol July, IMS, will appl) lo the
Honorable W. V. hUanton, hVank K,
I i..w lln ; and <:.-..r-.. T I'laik. Coiilili
Judges ..r Uade COunty, Florida, for
ippiOVill of -aid fi'ial i......r .ui.l :,
final dUH-harse as Administrator of
1 ,.i 'I'll' >M AS nn Si >.\
riil:i-:i.k'i:i.i.. deceaaed
This i.'.ih iIh> of June, 1X0.
ll'iMKK C. TIIIIKI KKI.r>,
Ailinlii'Stralor.
Rj : Max I' I i. i
i:.\<;i:i. i-mi.i.ack
Ailoiiie\s for Adniinlstrator
Snil. Vl-lll r.lseain- Hiiildlna
Miami :::. Florida
.; 'T-ji. ; t-^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AMD FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49891-B
IN BE: nutate of
I \ A HHfl.hHt.
I <-, -. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami Ml iv,-..ii- llav-
Ina Claims or liemanrts Atainsi Said
Kstai. :
y..ii are hereby notlfled and re-
t|liil*ed 1.. |.resent tin)' ,'l;,iin.- and d|e-
oiiimI- which you iii.t.i have imain.-t
Ihe rotate ol i:\'A rtKI'I.KK. ,le, eased
late ..I I'ade Couiitv. Florida, to The.
Count} Judges ..f I'ade County, ami
file the name in their ,.ili,es in the
Count) Courthouee In Dnde cmnty,
Florida, within eight calendar mnnilm
n..... the date of the fir-i iinttHcaiibn
hereof, or the name ulM he i......i.
i'\xii:i. si'i'i.i:i:
MACK SEI'I.KK,
A- Kve,ot,.rs ,.! the I...-I Will and
"e --'.I,I.-||'
ciii:i:i:.\- coi.i >i:,\
- .. r ir,
107 Olympla Building
Miami M, l-lo, id..
t, IT-24. 7'1 -8
5 Convenient Offices Serve D*d County J
RESOURCES EXCEED 150 MILLION DOLLARS
IN THE COUNTY JUOOr' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 49550
IX BE' Relate of
ai.kx \.\ i hi; i' \.\i :i i.i .si
I'.-.-. ,-.,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All c .-.ill-. ind All I', i -a II i,
ii ClHim* ..i I'.man I- \^..i.i-t Said
HaMti
n i.i. are hen lej not ii i. ri and re-
quired to oi i an 'alin- and .1
whl.h .. i \ .train*
i..... of a I.rex \ni i:t: can
fjfil i iSI .'-. a-. I lot" of l>a,le Coun-
ty, l-'|i.rila. I-. III. Count) .lll.'aes of
i 'ni.- County, ind fib
I heir ofl .- In nl Court-
it i ill ii,la. in..mils from th-
.-. .f, or
urn will he hi-
A.MI'I.I \ 'Wi'CI.'lSI
.:..I.I'M >\ a GUM "STEIN
Miami
6/17-24, 7/1-S
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUB NAME LAW
NOTICE is Hi:i:i:i,v UIVKX thai
Ihe iiii'ier-iuii.-.t. dealring to engua^e
In l.nslii.--- under lh- li.-r :tl-.us name
uf Mi: i:iwvs FOOD BTOBE al
iL'uu N'.W. 18th Ax.nii. Miami, Flor-
ida. Intend to r.l-i.-i -, .1 name with
ihe Clerli i the ciuuii Court ,.f Dnde
Coimty, Kh.ri.ia.
BERNARD Si.svi.'K
:''. Partner
MORRIM si '>N li K,
I'.u in. r
'loi.i'M >\ ,\ i:iii.I'sti:in
Attorney* for BegUtl
2303 W.-si lli-ler Street
Miami. Kloi
1.7-84, 7 l-s
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND TOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 42S4M-B
BE: l-Nlale of
I.I'cii.i-: A. UCHTBNSTKTTER,
I >.i a-.-.I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ANO FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is heiel.v given that v
hi-, nl..I our It ni I Report all.I I'eli-
tl'.n for l>lstrliiuti..ii ui.I Final )
, Ii.hl;.- as RxecUtol'H ..f the e-lale of
l.l'CII K \ I ICHTKNKTETTWR, de-
i-i-.im-'I: an.I that on the Tth dav of
Jul), I'l'i". Kill apply li. Uo Il..i...rattle
Count) Judge* "i Dnde County, Unr-
Ida. for approval of anld l-'inai iterxut
and l'..r .li-liilinlii.il ami final dis-
eharir,* as suvh l'*.\e'iit,.i-s of the es-
tllle Of the lllioi e-llllllle-d de.e.leilt.
This lilli dav ..I .Inn. I''.."
c\i:i ii.v.v IJJCHTB.VSTETTBH
i.kii .m'ki:i:\ia.\
M VI 'l!S. HEIM \N tt K A I'l. \N
All..i n.-I -
Eleven llftv Building
ll'.O S I Sl SI lee I
Miami, Florida
6 '10-17-24. 7/1
IN
IX
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x< itii t: is iii-:i:i-i:v .i\ i:v thai
the und.-i -iv,ne - under the fi. lili-.u- n line Ol
CAPRIO t-'iul' I'C.iiHI'CTs ai iir.'
Baal S7th ileah, Florida In-
tend to r. -i-l.-i
clerk ..f the 'in lilt Court ol i Woe
;'.....it)', Flo
JERRY ITAI.O li <
cc 'I ,i h
Claai E. 87th
si
KXYDrTR a M d N'i
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49*43-C
RE: Relate ..f
EI.I.A Q MAtUIRE,
11, .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and Ml Person* M.v
time or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
Y..ii are h.M-.-l.v ii..il'i.-.l arid re-
iinii-e.l to prevent an* rial ma and de-
mand- a/Mich you in iv have agabiat
lh- e-iai.- of i:i.i.v n MAiaiiii-:,
.1. i-eil lale of I '...I '. .lint) Flor-
ida, to the Count) .linlfres of Hade
County, and flh- III. -iMie lii their
office* in the Count) CVra irthouaa in
Dnde County, Florida, within .-u-ht
.-ai.-nd .1- month* from the dati .f tho
fir.-l puhllcation hereof, <>r iti. same
Hill hi
HENRY I 4.ME* MAtlCIRI-: JR.,
Cum ;'. -i .i,if>M'.,t
, 'l \ I I.'' M BARN OS, Attm
el i:ldg.
Miami
8/10-1 ,-34. 7/1


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9-Jmlstinarknan
Friday, Juq, 17
Prices effective Men., June 20
tnrw Fri., June 24
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF
THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER. DIRECTOR
QUANTITY
mans
SlSEBVtD
mm
j QffSHOtT) W jPr**^
&*)%j^J
BONELESS
NECK
MEAT
OR
BEEF CUBES
CUT
Standing Rib Roast
99
TRIMMED FOR OVEN-READY SATISFACTION
7-INCH ^f\ 7-INCH
CENTER #Ur ir FIRST
CLB.
CUT
C*
LB.
69
BONELESS TOP RIB, (ROSS RIB
or SHOULDER
ROASTS
LB.
89
c
The finest Kosher fresh killed chicken......fl
eviscerated, Kosher Made. FAMOUS ARBOR ACRES
PULLETS
BROILERS
CAPONS
READY FOR THE PAN
Save 20c
per lb.
69
c
LB.
FRESH KOSHER MADE
GROUND
BEEF
2 lbs 98<
C
CHUCK STEAK...........59
CLUB STEAK....... $P
N.Y.
STRIP
STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Wed. 8 to 6 Thurs. H.t.,.Hn NOW FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTeT
163rd ST. SHOPP.NG CENTER | I9,h ST. AT ALTON ROAD | 2091 CORAl WAY CQ.AL WAY
_ NO. MIAMI BEACH_____ MIAMI BEACH M|AM| AT S.W. 87th AVE.
Wottchester Shopping 9\t
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUP cytd a ~
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etaus* I o i 6 T V e tl P g 1 t v Page 4-B +Je*l&norMten Friday, June 17. 19^ Jewish Floridian Exclusive YmM c ARRIAGE l/OUNSELOR i< '.". aW Samuel k-jr^JUing MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRJACB COUNSELOR AND AUTHOR The girl sitting across the desk from me was rather attractive. True, her baby-blue eyes were a trifle too small, and her blonde hair was a bit too short for her oval face. Her figure was somewhat plump, too, which gave her a slightly over-padded appearance. But even so, the girl was undeniably fetching. There was something soft, fresh and feminine about her appearance, and she looked, with her delightful smile and golden ringlets, as if she might have been one of those blonde kewpie dolls that were once so much the rage. Greta, to give her a name not her own, had been a client of mine for a few brief weeks. She had asked me to affect a reconciliation with her husband, but the attempt proved futile. She hadn't wanted the divorce, Greta said. It was Bill who had demanded it, despite the fact that there were three children. Actually, this was Greta's second divorce. She had married the first time to escape her father. Her father, I gathered, had been something of a aba racier, lie was as German as Bavarian beer. A big man. he was accustomed to giving orders, and he dominated Greta as he had dominated her mother. Drifted into Trouble Greta's father, in fact, had had several marriages himself, as well as a half dozen extra marital affairs, none of which apparently interfered with a highly successful business career. Greta's first husband turned out to be a ne'er do well. Perhaps he had married Greta for the money she didn't have. He may even have had some notion that Greta's father might take him into the business. In any event, Harry refused to work, settling down to a life of golf and easy living. After a year or so, the marriage broke up. Greta's second marriage was to Bill, a tall, good-looking man with whom she was wildly infatuated. There were three delightful children, all equally golden in their blondeness. But even they couldn't hold the marriage together. The quarreling was bitter and prolonged. Harry, a college graduate, thought Greta childish and immature. Greta, for her part, accused Harry of trying to dominate her and of drinking too much. It was during one of those hectic quarrels that Greta embarked on her first extra-marital affair. "I just drifted into it," Greta explained. "I guess I was ripe. Ralph was my physician, and I was kmHy and hungry for affection. Anyway, we began to see a good deal of each other, even though Ralph was married. Of course, being a doctor helped—he could get away practically anytime he wanted." Moment of Happiness The affair lasted for about a year to be succeeded by one with her attorney, also a married man. This one lasted about nine months. It ended when Greta hinted she would divorce her husband if Richard would leave his wife and children. For one reason or another, the lawyer declined the offer. He may have preferred the security and status of being wed to his wife. He may have feared the effect of a broken marriage on his children. Or he may even have begun to weary of Greta's not inconsiderable charms or of her possessiveness. Whatever the reason, Greta and the attorney parted on more or less amiable terms. And now she was sitting in my office, smiling her golden, luminous smile. "You know," she laughed, "I wanted you to be the first to congratulate me. I just received my divorce decree." "That's fine," I said. "Something wonderful happened to me this morning," Greta continued. "You know I've been meaning to find a job. Well, just before I came here I stopped in at one of the employment offices. And do you know what? I met a really wonderful man. He was quite sympathetic and really charming. I told him I was looking for a job and he promised to line up several for me. Well, one thing led to another, and I told the manager that I had just received my divorce. And do you know what? He asked me for a date. We're going out tonight. And here I thought I'd have a difficult time, what with two divorces and three children. But Tony understands perfectly. He's really quite nice." Luck She'll Need Greta's face flushed with enthusiasm as she got up to leave. "Wish me hick," she said. "It looks as if things aren't going to be too bad after all." I wished her luck as Greta closed the door softly behind her. Mr. Klaeg Is wasiaM* for amrex ajec rl e g s ceeoseMatg MWic*/ fcMe„ km Mrs. Segal Heads Beth Am Ladies Mrs. Joshua Segal wil be h. stalled president of the Si-terhoorj of Temple Beth Am on Monday evening. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers vice president of the Greater Mi! ami Jewish Federation, w 11 be.Hstalling officer. Others are Mesdames Morton Orbach, Greald Rosen, Byron Chrkas, vice presidents. Mesdames Abe Lefcove treasurer; Landy Lawrence, r eroding. secretary; Abe Eisenma ii Mn cial seccretary; Edward Grad, corresponding secretary. "Beth Ami" awards will be pr* sented to outgoing officerduring the ceremony. MRS. JOflNM SKt MM for M why Hen For the second consecutive year, a real estate humanitarian award program will be conducted in Dade and Broward counties by the J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corporation of Florida. Cash prizes totaling SLOW will be presented to the ten brokers and salesmen in the two counties for 1960's "most humanitarian real estate transactions." Miami realtor Ray T. Sterling won the 1959 program, receiving a first prize award of $500. Nine Beth Am Girls Confirmed Nine girls were confirmed in graduation exercises of the tenth grade of Temple Beth Am during recent services. Confirmands are Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merril Baiter; Adrienne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Katz: Sherrill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Katz; Valerie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimmel; Neila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan I.ipkin. Peggy and Judy, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Levison; Dorj othy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roth; and Judy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Segal. Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard gave the charge to the young people. Specially-arranged musical portions of the service were sung by Cantor Charles Kodner and the 17-voice Temple choir under the direction of Mrs. Herbert Baumgard. The choir presented the cantata, "What is Torah?" Readers of the musical narrations were Mrs. Irving Wolf, Mrs. Joshua Segal, and Mrs Lewis Gillis. VISIT Book Review Session Coral Way Jewish Center Sisterhood was ti meet Thursday, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. 8755 SW 16th st. 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Page &-B *>Jewlsiint>rk0ar7 Friday. June 17. 19ft) K^fn fhe fkfealnt of Society Miss Muravchick, Leonard Grand Say Vows Here A pink candlelight ceremony at 6:30 p.m. in the French room of the Fontainebleau on Sunday, June 12, united in marriage Miss Phyllis Muravchick. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Muravchick. 758 Lake View dr., and Leonard Grand, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Grand. 1220 Pennsylvania ave. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of imported chalk white alencon lace with sabrina neckline and long fitted sleeves. A princess line bodice flowed into a bell-shaped skirt ending in a three-yard cathedral train. Thousands of tiny sequins and seed pearls were hand embroidered on the scalloped neckline and hemline. A wrist-length illusion veil was attached to a crown of lace also embroidered with pearls and sequins. The bride's only jewelry was a string of pearls given to her by her husband, and diamond and pearl earrings. She carried her confirmation Bible and a bouquet of white orchids and white roses. Miss Marilyn Muravchick. sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Paula Mur-.-. %  • %  %  %  avchick, consm ,.i th,bride, Miss Gildroy, Beck Married Mere Gail Goodman, and Miss Shirley I Karp. Miss Debra Pawa, ncice of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas roy was best man, and ushers were the bridegroom, was junior bridesLlewellyn Gildroy, jr., will live in Paul Joseph Carroll and Jeffrey maid. iNew York City following their Paul Beck. Paul Grand, brother of the bridehoneymoon in Nassau and the Bagroom, was best man. Ushers were. ha J T as ., JiL „ Jack Kralish. Walter Pcsetsky, and f Thc bnd *,he former Judith RoMarvin Sager berta Beck, is the daughter of the Louis Victor Becks. 4000 Santa For the nuptials, Mrs. MuravMaria st coral Gables. The cluck chose peach alencon lace. gr0 om"s parents are Mr. and Mrs. W>rner-Kahn Werner-Kali ii MIS. LEONARD GRAND MKS. CLARENCE CUDJrOr The bride chose a chantilly lace and poie de soie gown. Her bouquet was of white orchids on a Bible accented by a shower of lily of-the-valley. Mrs. Gildroy is a graduate of The scalloped hemline was emclarence Gildroy, sr., of Haworth, Miami Senior High School, and at broidtred with seed pearls and JQ J_ sequins. A cummerbund of shaded' R a bbi Morris Skop, of Temple peach chiffon ended in a flowing i j u d ca officiated at the noon cereIndgin, Bermann Married Here Roberta Joyce Bermann and Sidney Indgin exchanged wedding vows before Rabbi Vaakov Rosen berg on Sunday, June 12, in 2:30 p.nh ceremonie* at **e Dtipont Plaza hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann. 730 SW 26th rd. The groom is the son of Mrs. Gertrude Indgin, 218 SW 15th ave., and the late Harry Indgin. Mrs. San ford Freed was matron of honor for her sister. Maids of honor were Miss Toby Bermann. also sister of the bride, Mrs. Richard Myers. Rikki Feldan, and SanHra Saft. Junior bridesmaid was Robin Goldberg. • Best man was Arnold Freed. Ushers included Dan Kamis. Richard Myers, Arnold Rosenthal, and Leon Wilhelm. The bride chose a gown of imported silk organza with floral applique design. Her matching headpiece was of French illusion veil. She wore her mother's pearls and carried an heirloom handkerchief. The bridal bouquet was of orchids on a Bible. The bride and groom graduated from the University of Miami last week. Mrs. Indgin is a Miami High School graduate, her sorority is Alpha Epsilon Phi and she is secretary of the National Council of Jewish Women. The groom has been accepted by the University of Miami medical school. He went to Miami High, and at the U of M was president of Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-medical honorary and belonged to Phi Eta Sigma and Tri Beta biology honorary. Following a Nassau honeymoon, the couple will be at home at the University of Miami. Additional attendants at the wedding included Mrs. Elsie Bermann, the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Bessy e Rothsteir, the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Herbert Goldberg and Miss Sylvia Rothstein. MM. SIDHIY INDCIN tended the University of Miami. The groom attended Haworth, ,N. J. schools, is a graduate of the %  rain. Mrs. Grand selected pink monies otl Sunday. June 12, at the j Universit y of Miami and will study : "'. 5*4 JA 4-7697



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Page 10-B *• Jfew is* flar&iatn Friday. June 17, 1930 Bott. Krisel Exchange Vows .-.r.ie the 1 V tor .: B.'t in 6 30 r m. rows on Sunday. June 12. at the Seville hi— 1. Fsbbi Yaaka\ The hridc is t'-e daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Krisel. 247* SW 20th •'-. The groom is the son of Mr and Mr-. Jack Bott. 3JT21 SW 4ih -t Miid of hi • Miss Carol Meyer, Miss Natal) Vr.ei and Miss Kay Schwartz were bride* I Idon Bi :t was behe was affiliated with U Phi E; mty and the Lyceum Council, and the L'niverof Miami. Mr. Bott is a Miami High and University ..J Florida graduate. His fraternity is Pi Sigma Epsilcn On campus, he also belonged to the Sales Club. Aqua Gators. Men Council, and participated in intramural-. Reception followed the cereirony at the Seville. After a honeymoon m Jamaica, the couple will Lve in Na-sau. Bahamas. W-rn-r-Kahn HUIS. VKTOt MTT Weinbergers Will Live in New York In a double ring candlelight ceremony en Sunday. June 12. at Temple Beth Sholom. Miss Loi> Sandra Lemcr, daughter of Mr and Mis. Harry Lemcr. 74i 83rd -t Miirm Beach, became the bride of David Jay Weinberg-r. son of Mrs. Lillian Weinberger, of Tampa. Fla.. anJ the late Benjamin Weinberger. Rabbi Leon Kroni-h officiated at the 330 i Best man was Burt Lerner. brother of th? bride. Maid of honor was Miss Beulah Malin. The bnde selected a ballerinalength gown of eyelet silk organs featuring fitted bodice, square neckline, cap sleeve and bouffant -kin. Her three tiered French il lusion veil fell from a tiara of seel pearls. Short white gloves com plemented the outf.t. She carried white orchids. sUphancti-. lily-ofthe-valley on a white Bible. The bride and groom are both graduates of the University of Florida. Her social sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon. The grcom belongs to Pi Lambda Phi. The couple are spending their [ honeymoon in Jamaica and will make their home in New York. -Kithn MIS. r AIM. miSKil Miss Lovitz Weds Dental Student Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated at the wedding ceremony uniting Ann Elavitz and Paul H. Busker in noon ceremonies on Sunday. June 12. at tlie Seville hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. IT—its, 3710 Mor>erra?e st.. Coral Gables. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. rd Busker. 9149 Froude ave Matron of honir was Mrs. MorKosto Stephen Busker acted > be-t man The bride has a degree in educat frees the University of Fior ica. The groom is a graduate of the University of Florida and attends dental school a: the Medical Colof Virginia. The couple are livin? in Richmond. V.. Lasers Will Live In Chicago Mr and Mrs Richard Benjamin Laser are honeymooning m the Virgin Islands, and will reside at 1223 W Lunt ave.. Chicago. III. en their return. The former Gianna Eleanors Sermoneta and the son of MrRuth Laser, of Chicago. 111. were united in 8.30 p.m ceremonies om Saturday. June 11. at Temple Emar.u-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman <:"!:c.ated. Matron of honor was Mrs, Babs Goldstein. Herman Goldstein was best man. The bride chose a white chifloa and satin gown, and carried white orehics on her Bible. Newiywed Mrs Laser attended Miami Beach High School. Indiana University, and graduated from the University of Miami. Her sorority is S-gma Delta Tau. The groom attended Northwestera University, and is a manager of a finance company in Chicago \V. r:it r-Kahii AtfS. HCUUO • LAUM \\Vrn--r-Kahn AUK. lOCHT WIHUUM Anne Frank's Dad Cou ,e 0,fer *• courses Lists Scholarship Cohen Vows Open Trip to Europe Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen were married on May 29 at the Fontameblaau hotel. Attending the candle LgJu ceremony were their children aap grandchildren After a brief trip to Nassau, the couple have returned to their home m Hoihwood to pack for an extensive honeymoon tow* of Europe NEW YORK—The father of the late Anne Frank has contributed S50.000 for the establishment of a special scholarship fund for gifted children of Youth Aliyab. international agency for the rescue and relief of homeie-s Jewish children and their rehabilitation in Israel. Otto Frank, who made the contribution to Youth Aliyah through Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, asked that the fund be set up in memory of his daughters. Marco and Anne. A nn ou nce ment was made here by Mrs. A P. Schoolman. Hadassah's national Youth Aliyah chairman. Hadassab is the official representative of Youth Aliyah in the United States and its largest financial supporter. Hadassah has contributed more than S38 5 milban to Youth Aliyah since the agency's inception in 1934. Cantor Herman Marchbein-Marbiny and Mrs. Marchbein Marbiny are now offering singing courses at the Albion hotel residence. Cantor Marchbein-Marbiny was former director of the Original School for Cantonal Studies in New York. His wife is a noted soprano. The courses include voice culture, breath control, dramatics, and repertoire in standard languages. The couple are also accepting singing engagements locally. Miss Serofta Now Mrs. Birenbaum Miss Deena Serotta is now Mrs. Robert Lewis Birenbaum. The couple exchanged wedding vowin 2 p.m ceremonies on Sunday. June 12. at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Rabbi Leo Heim officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Serotta. 1351 Ml 173rd st. The grooms parents are Mr. and Mrs Abe Birenbaum. 9221 E Bay Harbour dr. Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Lois Serotta. Arnold Colker was best man. and ushers included Irwm Serotta. Robert Rubin. Mark Yaffey. and Steve Goldstein. The bride chose a ballerinalength gown of imported lace and silk organza. Her bouquet was of white roses and an orchid. She is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and a certified dental assistant Mr. Birenbaum attended the University of Miami, and was aff;l> ated with Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the University of Florida. After a two-week honeymoon in Mexico, the couple will be at home at 1085 98'h St.. Bay Harbor. Radio Resumes Shortly •The Word We Live By" is the* title of the summer radio "Eternal Light" series sponsored by the Jewi-h Theological Seminary of America. For the ninth consecutive year, the series will take the form of conversations between Mark Van Doren. author, critic and Pulitzer Prize poet, and Maurice Samuel, noted author and lecturer. The 14-week series will be heard over Radio Station WCKR begin ning Sunday at 6:30 a.m. MIS. 0AVI0 WL'tfgftCct Zionist-Barbecue Slated Sunday Final plans for the arm.. becue of the Miami Gables District slated for Sunday, were announced this we event is the wind up affair year for the organ, z.uon a take place at the home of Mrs, Murray Lev.r.t. 6161 rd. David Liebman. preside appointed the foiicw;ng tee: Sam Levine. (ha:rma raim Collins. Meytr Fne Meyer. Abe % %  BOSS, L' Morris Simon. Harvey Scot. Sacks. Sidney Sacks sr.z Hi Shapiro. Proceeds will be applied scholarship fund of the K: ver Aericultural School in il bar9 p.m., The of the A will 'and Miller has limitKphMoses iflnick, I. B. .Id G. o the ir SOIsrael. Mr. and Mrs. Abrchcm Turoff. 1029 Euclid ave., Mkrmi Beach, celebrated Jen 3Slh wedding annive:scrv June 6. With them were their children. Mr. and Mis. EK Wrona. granddaughter. Laurie Sue. and Mr. end MisJay Goidbarger. c'A o: Miami Beach. Amme Frank Chapter HWs Anne Prank chapter of B'nai P nth Woman met Tuesday noon I at the Park Lane cafeteria on Corel Way. Ki fxedrfivcM fmmt\ W. Arthur Fielden. vice president of Bishopric. Green and Fielden. advertising, will be a guest panelist at the 1Mb spring convention of the Florida Assn. of Broad casters meeting June 16 to 18 a't the Robert Meyer in Jacksonville One of three participants on an advertising panel. Fielden win discuss "The True Value of Merc ban Youth Group Officers Honored Youth Group of Temple Sinai will be honored during Friday evening services of the Temple. Cited will be outgoing officers Caroline M a y s m a n. president: Geoffrey Kempner. vice president: Deborah If ilman. recording secretary: Sutan Green, corresponding secretary : and Dorothy KempNew officers to be installed are Dorothy Kempner. president; Deborah M ilma n vice president. Janice Onrot. recording secret arv; Robert Ginsburg. corresponding secretary; and Larry Shoot, treasurer The Youth Grow* w.II hold a beach party at Bakers Haulover on Sunday at €.30 p.m.



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%  1 Page 6-A # JewishftcrUkMi Friday, June 17, iggn Nixon Attacks Arab Suez Blockade r.'.-st prize winners in the annual Essay-Art Contest of the Bureau of Jewish Education at the annual meeting of the Bureau a* the Fontainebleau hoteL Left is Richard Lee Walzer. Tempi* Beth Sholom. winner in the essay phase. Right is Frances L. Greenberg, Hebrew Academy, art winner. Other winners were Ivan Esterman. Hebrew Academy; Sindy Harris. Temple Emanu-El; Philip Gold. Beth David; Joe Abromovitz, Flagler— e say. Art winners were Jacqueline Sams. Beth Sholom; Morton Braverman. North Shore High School; Elliot Bachman. Hebrew Academy; and Rosalyn Streifer, Beth Am. Continued from Peoe t-A I tion of B'nai B'rith District % I Central iwidwest region of the t Jewish service eranriation. The B'nai B'rith leader said Nix-' on's letter was in response to one he had HBl the Vice President following a meeting he and Maurice Bisgyer. of Washington. D.C.. executive vice president of B'nai B'rith. had with Nixon several months ago The two Jewish lead-' ers met again last week with the Vice President. Katz said. In his letter. Nixon reiterated U.S. policy which, he said, recognizes "that the independence and: integrity of Israel and the Arab countries of the area are of vital concern to the United States." In support of this policy. Nixon wrote, "our government must continue to use every suitable occ^> ion. both within and outside the* United Nations, to facilitate progress toward a mutually acceptable solution of the Arab-Israel conflict, based on amity and recognition of each other's existence and independence." Asserting that the Government has "unequivocally affirmed .' publicly and repeatedly" its support of freedom of S u e z Canal transit for all nations, including Israel. Nixon added: "We must continue to press for the effective implementation of the principles of freedom of %  the seas and free access to international waterways, and the protection of the interests of American seamen end ahippinfl now being discriminated against by the Arab boycott and Madelisting policy." the Navy began including in con. tracts with oil cargo shippers in January, 1?S8. It allowed th. Navy to cancel its contract with a ship owner whose vessel was prevented from loading or oncharging cargo by the Arab boycott because it had traded with Israel. previous Under PL 480, the United Statw sells agricultural surpluesto friendly nations. allowing them to Friedman Named President-Elect iie Milton A. Friedman, of MicMtii. will be installed presidentel* d of District Grand Lodge 5. B Mi B'rith. at a District 5 conventn beginning Sunday evening at the Mooticello hotel in Norfolk. Va S'.me 500 men and women from V -ida. Georgia. North and South Carolina. Maryland. Virginia, and the District of Columbia are expected to attend the convention. -Aaron Tollin. of Washington. D Z.. president of District 5. will c< -duct the convention sessions. restrict 5 is one of seven in the I ted States and part of the 400.0CC membership of B'nai B'rith Th* district has 97 men's lodges BT its jurisriction. LONG DISTANCE MOVING to all pomf $ in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE A('i:*K.H.VA\ LINES, INC. 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue HE 5-44** The United States. Nixon contin6ed. "neither recognizes nor condones the Arab boycott." Consistent with this policy, he said, "we must, by every available and effective instrument, continue to pursue every means to restore and make payment in local currency. protect completely private AmenThe Commodity Credit (\-rporji can interests in international comtion of the Department ot Agnailmerce ." ture. in its surplus sale agreement ',. ~ with Arab countries, had earlier It ,s the policy of our Govern^ shipment ,., vSJ ment." the Vice President said. ^.^ djd ^ do J^ Jj "to protect discriminatory acts n |srae| international trade which militate: against American citizens and Ka,z i n writing to the Vice Pre* American shipping. Our Governident. contended that the Govern. concern and good intentions, ment had taken "no resistive acin this area are demonstrated in tion" to discriminatory practices the matter of the Haifa Clause, imposed by Arab state on Amenwhich, until recently, the Navy incans of the Jewish faith eluded in its shioping contracts. The Vice President described the "The use of this clause, which Dhahran Airfield issue as an unwas designed to assure-the effici .satisfactory state of affairs -onti ent operation of the fleet, w as diswhich we cannot merely accept as continued in February. 1960. lest unavoidable, and one which we i it be misconstrued as acquiesenee shall continue, with diligence and, in the Arab boycott. patience, to try to correct." "Similarly, in. the matter of Although use of the airbus j transporting PL480 cargoes, we leased from Saudi Arabia is wtal note with approval that no agency from the „ st ?. ndp ? T ,Ilt ou f nat "l L of our Government is a party to'* ecunt >'. Mr. Nixon acknouNg,1 such discriminatory contracts."" 1 a serious drawback m the ar' Mr. Nixon said. rangements in that Americas troops assigned to Dhahran n> The "Haifa Clause" is the highquire visas which Saudi Arabia ly controversial provision which* denies: to Jewish servicemen. 1 .'/' > %  You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on FH 93 93 I 100 KM 108 MC WAF Brought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers From Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL LOAN ABSOCIATIOM More people prefer and enjoy the superior flavor of Seagram's V.O. to any other Imported Whisky. Seagram's IWf-ORTtD CANADIAN WHISKY IMil WHISKY If SIX Yf-AHS 0l • •••• MS)**


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] Page 6-B Jewish flcridi&r) Friday. June 17, lggg One of the largest classes confirmed at Temple Judea receives certificates in recent confirmation exercises conducted by Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb. Confirmed were Ira Alweiss, Susan Balber, Kathy Baskin. Alice Bloch, Francine Bloom, Shirley Cohen. Lynn Fenster, Ellen Flei3chman. Rosalyn Friedman, Evelyn Finkelstein, Mimi Goldman, Steven Green. Leslie Halpert, Karen Hodor. Phillip Issenberg. Judy Jamison, Mark Kalish, Joan Kolber, A. Edgar Miller, jr., Nancy Nash, Cydelle Pines, Ricky Popper, Karen Radin. Natalie Rosen. .Helaine Schwartz, Sandra Serkin, Dennis Silver, Andrea Singer, Stephen Wayner and Barbara Zwick. Benjamin Udoff, education director, certified the class, and Victor Reiter, president, presented gifts from the Temple to the students. Members of the Junior High School 9th grade graduating class at the Hebrew Academy are .eft to right (first row) Rabbi Morris Horovitz. assistant principal, Hebrew department; Ronald Deblinger, Ivan Esterman. David Shapiro, Myron Zasela. Donald Zisguit, Melvin Lerner; Howard Lauer and Donald Swartz. assistant principal, Enqlish department. Second row are Elliott Backman, Joan Schreiber, Trudy Gertler. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, Ellen Joy Weiss, Eyaine Lubarr. and Jordan Kelemer. Third row are Larry Ciment. Stuart Werner, Leslie Fuchs, Gerald Aranoft Ira Marcus and Daniel Okolica. Academy Graduates Hear Pepper Talk New discoveries in the field of morality, human relations and ethics no less revolutionary than jr the_ areas of science must be I r .idin order to survive in this I ige," Sen. Claude Pepper told an audience of more then 600 lad week at the eighth graduation exercises of the Hebrew Academy at the Algiers hotel. In discussing the future of America in this space age. the former I S. Senator from Florida said, •the United States must take the lead in sending education into orbit rather than missiles, warheads and satellites He also told the 18 junior graduates that "the most precious resources of the United States are it* school children. We must, there fore, provide special opportunities for those gifted who are endowed by the Almighty with special abilities Larry M. C invent, valedictorian, received the $100 Rose and Samuel Ritter Scholarship Award. Other awards given were the Maurice Grossman Salutatorian Award, Stuart Werner; Rose and Harry Genet Hebrew Studies Award, Donald Zisquit; Samuel Reinhard Talmud Award, Jordan Kelemer; Jewish Floridian Journalism Award, Trudy Gertler; Alumni AwardMidot Tovot (character), Leslie Fuchs; Hebrew Academy PTA Social Studies Award, Howard Lauer; Hebrew Academy Women Mathematics Award, Myron Zasela; and Hebrew Academy Science Award, Elliot Backman. A special narration. "ConquerI ing Time and Space.'* was presented by Elaine Lubarr. Jerry Aranoff, and Joan Schreiber. Chairman of the evening was David Shapiro. The invocation was delivered by Ronald Deblinger. and the benediction was recited by Daniel Okolica. Salutatory address was presented by Stuart Werner. \ Diplomas were distributed by RabI bi Morris Horovitz, assistant principal. Hebrew Department. Class Will for the 9th grade was read by Ira Marcus and Ellen Joy Weiss. Presentation of the class gift 1 was made by Melvin Lerner to Donald Swartz. assistant principal, Enelish Department. The final charge to the graduating class was made by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Mrs. Roosevelt Due on Radio Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt will discuss '•America's Role as a World Leader" on Saturday night over station WCKR. it was announced by Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami Beach. Mrs. Roosevelt has been invited by the local savings institution to dedicate the new Washington Federal bldg.. which has just been completed at 17th st. and Meridian ave. Arthur H. Courahon. chairman of the board of directors, said that "we are sorry that we have to aay 'no' to thousands who wanted to hear Mrs. Rooaevelt at the Miami Roach Auditorium. The demand for tickets far exceeded the capacity of the auditorium and our most optimistic expectations." In order not to disappoint "so many kind people, we have arranged with station WCKR (610 on the dial) to broadcast Mrs. Roosevelt's message direct from the Miami Beach Auditorium," The program will run from 9 to: 10 p.m.. Saturday night. Mrs. Finke Will Head Braille Unit NEW YORK — Mrs. Harry J Finkje, of Great Neck, N.Y., h* been elected president of the Te**| ish Braille Institute of America fat a two-year term, succeeding Mrs.' Louis J. Bieber. of New York City. Other newly-elected officers are Rabbi Judah Nadich. of New York i City. Mrs. Louis Ginzberg. N,. York City, and Mrs. Allen I. Edles, Woodsid*. L.I, vice presidi Miss Jane Evans, New RocheUe) i NY., treasurer; and Isidor Free* man, New York City, recording 'secretary. Mrs. Finke. who has been i braille transcriber and teacher of ; braille transcribing on a volunteer basis for a number of years, served as recording secretary of the laI st it ute for the past four years. She has also served as chairman of Biaille for the Nassau County '(N.Y.) chapter of the American Red Cross, and as chairman of Services for the Blind. New York State Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. The Jewish Braille Institute, which provides for the cultural aid • religious needs of the Jewish blind, serves thousands of sightless perj sons throughout the world without charge. Its program is endorsed and partially supported by the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, National Women'i League of the %  United Synagogue of America, and the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations. MKS. MAMr HNKU Splash Party Saturday Beth Emeth Sisterhood will hold > a splash party at the Chez Paree motel Saturday evening. MEDITERRANEAN& ISRAEL C DII1CC From Miami c+ u if U I 3 L Ret. to Miami Nov. 20 AMERICAN EXPORT'S NEWEST S/S ATLANTIC 36 DAYS — ALL EXPENSE ITINERARY: CANARY ISLANDS GIBRALTAR siertY GREECE ISRAEL (6 Days) T.I Aviv—Haifa—J


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5* June 17, 1960 +Jewisti fk>ri4kn Page 5-A ER TO THE EDITOR ly Means to Obtain an Objective' I, The Jewish Floridien: ["cause celebre" that you tmpling lo create out of a y by the name of Lincoln jll,as spelled out in your of June 10 in your news (column comment and edilaiter is deserving of comthis organization because eeming importance you relthis organization in the foi Rockwell. apparent that your paper that suppression of Rockso worthy of a goal that Crediting of Jewish lawyers ranizations by obvious mis £nts and outright lies cankin your honor. This of is the well-known "any obtain an objective" test [the Fascist, the Nazi and imunist used so effectively. Billusioning to see any rep|tive of the Jewish people on the level of the totalivell isn't the first Nazi to I on the American scene as It to the Jews. There were [L. K. Smith. Father Cougha host of lesser lights. these men were defended LCLU as to their rights unFirst Amendment; where y today? Defeated, not be^hey had their freedom of suppressed, but because leas could not stand the light present in the marice of American freedom. ganization doubts that you i one serious act of supof ideas, no matter how le, that effectively ended rculation. the misstatements and lies, I believe that we titled to correct the rechave sought to use to kt the American Civil Lib [ Union. Your syndicated Milton Friedman, says: made a spectacle of itting to Rockwell's side." kCLU has not as yet even represented RockweJI; we have represented a man named Morgan, who came to ACLU's Washington office accompanied by Rockwell, and asked for ACLU's assistance because he had no lawyer. Further, the only socalled news source to so report ACLU involvement has been Frier 1 man, who obviously has some personal involvement. Then Friedman goes on to say: "ACIfU (by so representing Rockwell) has lost national stature, distinguished members have resigned ." Fact: our membership has increased 17 percent over last year at this time, and if any distinguished member has resigned, he has done so in the past 24 hours. In short, there have been no distinguished members who have resigned, either in Miami or elsewhere. Then, in your editorial you comment on "Union attorneys of Jewish faith who, unsolicited, stepped forward recently to defend Rockwell in a Washington. D.C., courtroom." Fact: ACLU attorEDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I am still shaking from reading all the news about Rockwell and his gang. How naive can our government get to support such a party-? What do they think he is looking for? To kill the Jewish people is peanuts to Rockwell. He and his supporters want to get even with America for losing the war to democracy. Now it will be much easier for the neo-Nazis to take over without even firing a shot. If our government lets them get strong and have a free hand. Nixon won't have to worry about running for the Presidency because Fuehrer Rockwell will have taken over. Does our government really want this to happen here — like it happened in Germany? If so. then just turn over the keys to the White House right now. I hope and pray our government neys,. whether.-Jewish or not. do | not step into a case unsolicited; 'to do so is in violation of the canon of ( ethies, and as I have mentioned heretofore, ACLU represented Morgan. Rockwells sidekick, at his request. For 40 years we have been mis understood and maligned by the obtuse, the totalitarian, the reactionary arid the radical, and in that 1 period history has well illustrated that our position was sound. It i^ unfortunate that your history has not at least taught to you the lesso nthat totalitarian methods are ; self-defeating. HOWARD W. DIXON, Chairman Florida Civil Liberties.Union, ACLU Affiliate. EDITOR'S NOTB: h il a curious phenomenon that the American Civil Liberties Union, in id passionate defense of the rights of neo-Nazi Roc£_ well and his henchmen, accuses those who would cry out against (hem of "iTdU'linx on the level of the totalitarians." Somewhere, the shoe is on the wrong foot. wakes up before it is too late. This time, the Nazis. Arabs and others will unite, and we will be helpless. MRS. MINNIE SOLOMON Miami Beach EDITOR'S NOTI. : Mr... Solomon may he justified in her fears, but noii'here In news reports emanating from Washington is'there a statement to uphold the charge that the U.S. ii supporting Rockwell. INSURED SAVINGS ^ 7/ % PER ANNUM (CUBRENT RATB) Flagler at First One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest j0ade Federal %  JAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI JOSEPH M UPTON. President 6 Convtniunt Offlot 5e/ve Dadt County RESOURCES EXCEED 150 MILLION DOLLARS J Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE & Gtetwct Co. 34 YIARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY I0WS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies el Kansas City Title Insurance Co, Ceeifaf, Surplus A Reserve* Exceed $5,000,000 SECURITY TRUST RUILDING end N.I. FIRST STRUT Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merwitzer, 1361 Euclid ave., donate 315 books to Hebrew Academy Library, representing one book for each Academy student, in honor of their recently-celebrated 50th wedding anniversary. Left to right are Merwitzer, first vice president of the Academy, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Dentists Will Install Officers TELEPHONE FRanklm 3-1432 Greater Miami and Broward county chapters of the national Alpha Omega dental fraternity will hold their 14th annual installation banquet at the Diplomat Country Club. Hollywood, on Saturday. A musical revue, conceived and performed by the membership, will be a key function at the dinner, along with awards.to members for outstanding contributions to their professions. Golf and tennis awards will also be made. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. former national president, will make the presentations. New officers to be installed are Dr. Harold Friedman, president; Dr. Lawrence Krasne. presidentelect; Dr. Stanley Sutnick. secretary: Dr. Jack Landsberg, treasurer; Dr. Alvin Krasne, historian; and Dr. Murray Smith, editor. Outgoing president is Dr. Everett Blasberg. Dr. Lawrence Krasne is in charge of arrangements. %  ,.~---.*"ENJOY COOL COMFORT Take the temper out of summer's temperature! Electric AIR CONDITIONING will flood your home with comfort-cool, filtered, pollen-free air... remove excess moisture... help prevent mildew damage. Air conditioning safeguards youngsters from "prickly heat" rash brings relief from allergies reduces tensions. Your whole family will enjoy relaxing, quiet, oceanbreeze comfort... cool living all summer long. Don't simmer... it's old-fashioned to be without modern eTectric air conditioning. See your electric appliance dealer today! FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY HELPING BUILD FLORIDA ATTIC and WINDOW VENTILATING FANS •re other wonderful aide to cool eummertlme comfort. They force out the hot etlcky Indoor air and pull In cooling freah breezee "in motion." tte nil an if a ^T LITTLE.. WORTH SOMUCM



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' lay. June 17, I960 ami SOX ilects Kassewitz The Greater Miami Professiona' Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, na lional f.aterni'y of journalists i 11 n (' VrTftl Jifck'Ka1 fcewiu preside in ccreironies ai Ihe Key Biaesjj hotel. +Jt*ri3tifh>ridUa t wi Sunning are ho. wife, Cecil tw. •on*, Including Wallace: a da\Vgh<" "' ind >lx grandcWTdren "•• %  June li al .M,. Neb, .;"" tery, with, Klvendd i banal li : ai r. Meihniin l ingementa. MRS. ANNA H. POMERANTZ "' ; '••'' %  %  %  •" ave,, (tied June 12 '."" ,'•'""' ll,r '•> regrn nan frum : "",' kl >". N.Y. rvfvllw a,, „ "..„" and daughter. ojhlaUv Viuil ; '""-. m re Jun. i:; al River*! i, '•moi-lal ,*• %  •*-.', *'• Flaclei .. with '"Hal lii Ui. .\,. %  emetery, Kassewitz i < %  Florida Livin editor I the M : mi N € .v s Hi succeed: Phil D iBerard. pub lip-elation? director ...n liere for Southern Bell Telephone -o. Others installed were Tony Gar net, Miami Herald chief photographer, vice president: Wayne Farris, WCKT newscaster, secretary; ind George Vickery, publicity director lor WTVJ, treasurer. JACK SLEPAK '• r > %  1 (•"•til .-... died June IL' II, ; -"" '". %  5 -• %  a rr Clilfi TIIIIH %  and two bi olhi r s,-,,;,,. lube II ,i R|v, -,i, M imrl.l \ormand) ; .rtoma Will tvene Here Sertoma International is expectto attract over 1,500 delegates ind guests to Miami on June 22 F o 25 for its annual convention. Earnest F. HHlings. Governor South Carolina and a member Serlcma, will be the principal • %  >-. L'l t J and n PHILIP J. KURY -• I Ha) -i, died June It A "• %  • %  I merchant. Incam, i M yearn ago from New I urvlvlng. are his wire, Roue .'"" 'laughter* Servu-i were sew York, with local arrange „. IJ Rlvemlde Memorial ChapeT N.-.THAN RATINER %  '"' s I, I r.-r .-..r, gve,. died JuiM I i. pame here 13 yean ago r...,,, \,.„ rork Kurvivlny are tab wife, Lena: i eon, Joeeph: two brother*, Alee ami 'ula; and %  nhrter and two grandMWJren Kervl... were June II a. %  ordun liinm! Hi,m, tag me his wife. Beanie: two children. Including a daughter, llachael Harriet; and two brothers, Including %  V'lii:,,,. ,,i Miami. .s,.,-vi,-,.s were in Page 15-8 LSGAL NOTICE SAMUEL SCHWARTZ rfi. of uo :,,i at., Hlaml Beach, died Lfej "' '• here from New I, ,V \","~ "*" Wurvlvon Include his wife, Hett y; two brother* and two CJordon Funeral ii. .,1 MINNIE HERMAN '','• r %  • "W -Hi cl died M... 26 • '"' •'"'" here rrom I k-aao 10 teai ""• %  • s "' n Ing M .hei son, 8* '.'. brother, Ichlldren. were In Chli ago with H ,i Ion Funeral Home In charge locally. HENRY ROSENBERG ••. "i 310 Collln* ave., t "i,,r,i,,ii h'uneraj H, MRS. MARY SCHWARTZ ,1. of 1*61 xw 6th si. ciie.i June She tmma from New York nine voais % % %  IIIKI was a in.-ml.vt„f Keth Rannael Blaterhood. s'urrlvtnf ire four nous. Im-iiniinx Harry, Miami; a sisier. !•< %  uraiidi-lillilien ami four irreitt grandchildren Rervlcei were peaker at the convention. Former n .ne •. at RRendde Memorial rtapel ov. Fuller Warren will give the XN Flu*k*r • MRS. PAULINE RUBIN M, of I,... SW Uth KI died May it The mothi r ol i!.-. i ian R ibln, Miami lea. li v -i..., ..„ i, i he i ame here ago from Pateraon, N.l Hui Ivliig her alao ai • .. da ughter, Mi It',.-,(Ilnaberg; ,i brother, two si--.ii i two amnde'itTilren. Rervlcei A era .May :, in i;,,ni,,n i.in.-i., I Home. HARRY WALTER LUBELL It, ,.f nn Harding ave., dlad May !l \ retired mortgage broker, he came here .-iv year* ago rrom i"iii, ago II.leaven hiwife, Minn--. Hervicea were May :•:' in Rrverafde Memorial Chapel, SHELDON ROTH .11. <,f I,:." Cleveland rd„ ,ile,l May ;;. lie is aurvTved bj hinarentu, Mr and Mrs. .Inlliis Roth of Miami l: -a, h Hei-Vtoea were May 21 ill l'.\\ j-. i. I o Memorial Chanel, HERMAN SHAPIRO U, of :<:.s s\v nih ave., iii^ii May -7 A retired merchant, ha oam here %  •; years agt] from Ijikelaml. Siirylvlna; a ilauKhKr, .Mrs. Kmh Simowliz Services we neral Home Mai _•: ai nordofi |fuA-elceom:ng address. Herbert L. Weiner, newly electpd president of the Miami club and convention chairman, expects this ir's attendance to beat the 1.100 ( %  cord set last year at Memphis. Tenn. Assisting Weiner on the local comlittee will be Donald F. Thomp Dr. Thomas N. Ryon. Lee F. Emerson, Samuel F. Leviten and Theodore Chertok. Harry V. Kline. WTV.I executive. publicity charman. MORRIS MARGOLI6 67. or I Hi', Ocean dr., illeil .Inn, 6. He i line here '_•> yeara ago rrom V\ i-li IngtoN, and waa %  niemln-r of t!>*Miami Beach i:ikIxHlge. Hurvlving ,r, his ife. I'iniii.-. and a uauahter. Service* were .lime >. MI Rlveralde MeW'iisliiiiaion aye. ABRAHAM HlRSCH 7'.', of 877 gnth st.. Miami Beach, died Maj -•:. A retired metala manufaclurer. he came h,-re 11 years ago from Atlanta. He wax a member "f Miami Beach tSlka l.oda,-. He leavea his ife. Mary, and n\,> wons. lncludlag Sianlt-y of Miami; two ,laughters, a brother and i sl-iei. Herrlcei Wr May IS al Rlverakle Memorial Chanel. Oe u'htaries OR. GEORGE SHEPARO BERG 16, II-. ii. ni chief ,.1 the allerg; rte[•arlmen ..f Variety I "hllilrcn's II.,.-.iial. ,:i-I .1 iue 13. A graduate of < % %  %  F k ('nfverelty, he came here |si.\ \eari,. and lived al loll A,ln'• ":i BVi II.w;l< Atari ro-rllief of the |aUcivy '1,-paruneiit at .lackxon Meurial Hospliil. a member of the Aiii-li, %  : Assn. of IViliali Linns, I >. %  • I. ITounte and American Medical A-sn-. Ian,I the American Jewleh Committee, eluding II, I • i, Tel,l|,le l-rael. Sin li.-a li. ,ii' % % %  hl< Mil.-. H.l-ii.|iarM ni'l Mrs l.,-.i.h Flerg: -on. il'. %  r: mi,I inn ilaughlei s. Susan and I Kit/..'•••>).' Hei\ r i,-ee \\,-re JIIIMl.' at FTemiih I--.-,..I under Ihe direction of [ .I. %  -i Funeral Home JACOB REIBEL M, of r .'. 1 >ad. l.lvil., die,l M.iv tx, A tailor. he rain.Ii.-r-six i.-ai.II;.. troin i Hevi land, >uiylvlng are Ills daughter Mi-. DorothJ Mi 1 I l>. two V, M -. g 1. 1 (Wo K'Slers. Mis. 1 ella (',.heii and Mrs. <; ussle Klein. Ken n .• .-t •• May '-'•* a I Itlverelde M. in. rial 1 "llaliel. MRS. MILLY K. STEIN 7ft. of 717 \V. .".ilili st., died May T-\. A Mliml resident for 16 yearn, she was a memliei if the BtaterholM of Temple larael. H.ola.—ah. md Hi** i oiin, il of Jewish Women. She leave* her hnsiiand. i.eo. two daughle. lnMrs Roma rilin.in of Miami i son. her brother. I>r. ,la. ..I. Kaplan: and four grandchildren. s',-ryii-es Were May L'li al Itlyelsl.le Mi IIIOI lal < *lia|,el.MAX KOMISHANE M, of MS M: I.Mith t.. died May 2S. A relired news dealer and newapaper inallrooin entployeo. he came liere eight years ago from Newark. Hurvlvlng are two daughters. In,-hiding Mrs. Horenee Shayiitnn; a H,m. one grandchild and four great-Krandchliili-.n. i-'ervli-es were May 14 at Itiyer-1,1.Memorial Chapel. ALFRED HARBURGER 77. of 4'i!< HIIIISIIIS dr.. Hiliis.-us Island, died May :"• The retired manager oi an exterminating r<>iniany, lie el here 'ZU years a^o from t'lnclnnatl. Survlvora Include two sisters. Mrs. Sll.na HI n an.I ,\irs. Jay l.tpton. Seryii es were Muv 30. MRS. ELAINE HOWARD •• Kllglltl, and a .lniiglil.r. Maru-ar.-l W. Ser\ i,-,-were May :i" at Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. Oriental Motif At Riverside NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER OF PUBLICAT ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 5412 l. "i your An %  the 1:111 of Complain) on the plaintiffs Attorney, ANUKI.O \ \i 1 Hi" Ainsl... Hnilili,..;. Mm,,,, S2, i\„' : [da and rile lh< original Ajiawer or I'leailmj in the i.rfli i i "' '•"' ''in uii i".,i.ri n : .,, the 1Mb day of July. IMS. II you I 'II to '" ludarmenl b) default will he nken again.1 you i,,i the rellel demanded In the IIIII .,r complain) Tinnotice s*iall be puhllahed once each week i,,r four consecutive week* In TIIK .IKWISII KI frRHX v ^ i'i "i'^'' : ^, x ,, "i":':i:" '" Miami. Ilorl.la, thin I..Hi di,.> 01 June, \ n. I'."." a B. I.I:ATIII:I:\IA\ ii'ini Court, Hade C >unt. Florid 1 l ag at) By: K. M. i.vv \ v ANO,:,,, A. A... "•"" : 400 Aln-le, Bufldlng .Miami 31, I li.rl.l Atlorn.-y for Plalnltff. 6'17-?4. 7'l-< LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -Noii.-i-: is II,:I;KI:V UIVKN mat the undersigned, doslrlna to eng '•,''o'",',"r,,'';'.'I;'' "'•• flvlfiloue name „f EX)I ll'.MK.NT SAI.KW A.M. HKRVICl number 3WS s u 8th Street In rhe I "> "f .Miami. Florida Intend to regZ '">'•,'. "'V. -^'J' 1 with the .'lerfc Mwrld UauaOeM I I '.ii. -I ai MJ iiiii. F|| da) of Jim.-. | FRANK II. Mil. I KR 'VAi.i.A.-K'x'^.yr,:' 1 '^' 1 -" 1 Attorney for Applicant Uacayne Building Miami Florida • -i "i-i-la. thin i.)th NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IM-:I:I.:;SIUVEN that the an.I...i,...i ... ;'; %  ? '' '•''' 'li-llctl i ..n .1 BEACH I'l.r.MiUN,; r, .„ IOIH h ritreet, Miami Beach, l'l i., Inten Ito i raid name wnh thi M 'I" Circuit Conn ol I >a i. Ilol ill.I '..'..niy. A.VTIHiNV VRNTO \VKI\Kl.i: %  KKSSI KU Mi..inev r..r A '.•.' ii Kil KeyboW Bui din i Miami, Km. f. %  i :-•.''. l-X NOTICE BY PUL.CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND eOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 5611 SAMIKI. MI:VI:I:S. 1'i.iintirf. ii:i:i'i:i:i''\ MEYERV, Oefenilani SU.T FOR DIVORCE TO: KRKI.KrMCA MKYHRJ) C/o Jerry Clfelll 1498 laxiiigton Place FZllsabeth. New Jeraei You llti:i>i:i:|.'A MI.VKltS are hereby notified thai a Bill m r ,'lallll for IdVoli-e his heell lileil Igaliisl you. and you are r,-.|ii r,-.| |,. Mel-ve a Cop) ol your Ali-wer ,., l'l. a.|ing to the IIIII of Comji aim on the plaintiff* Attorney, AKOKLO \ VI.I IIIII Alnsley Bluldlng, Miami St, ll..rulii an.i i'ii.the original Aiuwcr or Pleading in the "ffi, f the Cler* of -ii' Cirouil Court aa ..r before the l.ith day of July. PH.". If you tali lo I.. -,,. Jiidgmenl ii, default wl taken agninal you for ihe nil*) demanded in the Hill of C %  iii.iiaiiu. Ihinotice shall be published once such weak for four oonteejtlie weeks in Till-: IKWISM FlAlRIDIAN DONE AKU ORDICRKH al Miami. Florida, ibis i.'.ih dai of June, AH. I HI!". K. B. I.I:A riii:i;.M\N. clerk, Circuit Court, Hade County, Klori la '-'-.ii By: K M I.VMA.V. An Oriental motif will prevail in %  ..,„' V'; 1 '" A ,. A ':\ I ... l'"" Auis.ey Hull,ling the new Southwest Miami branch Miami 32. 11.11.1.1 of "Riverside Memorial Chapels. Attornej for Plaintiff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Mi'iltl-: is HKRKBV <;i\'i:\ ,hat the under .-ijiie.t. desiring 1 gaae in husbiess under the fictitious n me o< WORK I'l.Ai'KMKMTii ,i 217 N.K 7luh Street. Miami. Florida Intend* to lecl.-l.T sii.l nun, grtrfl (li. Clerk of the t'ln-iiii Court ol I >a,le c.mnty, l-'lorida 'iAIl. HKRHIAN (sole owner) I'W'II. I'IM'i'kP.I: Vn.irne, for A..itn,--inl -IP Vlscuvne l:ulhirng Miami ^2 hn.rid-i '17-L'4. 7/1 To be decorated by Roi Mark. the new chapel, at SW 37th ave. and 17th St., will have a lobby .; 17-M. T'l-', ABRAHAM L. LEVIN ,:iinlie., died Jun.IS. •here seven years ago front .. ml Mas i ii ii • .1 broker. M HERBERT FELDAN :.s. of mi sw iTil. i.r. died MaV '-''i in ,\'e\\ York. I'resiileiit of K'-Iilnn I'.roihers Hosiery Co. of New York and a Miami resident for 20 years. lo was f..rm.-r!v rice, pre-i.lelll of Ihe Miami lleiir.-w Cojwregstioa. SlirvlvNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW done in tones of green and w*to.\ t £ !" j;!i t Z !" XlTef?JX with Pompeiian marble vinyl floor, i m-im-s ui r the rictitioun name m 'JI'MBu HOTTI.IN'i: Cn. at li.l i: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOO* NAME LAW voTTci-: ts HKfrl-HV ':i\i:\that the undei-slgned, dealrltrS to engage In business under the lii litioiis n .me of l AMI'I IN ASSmlATKS al 11000 W. Oi.vie Hiirhwny, Xorth'•AMml. I'lo.-i'a I'll, ills to register .il.| name with Hi.. Clerk of the Clrohli Court ol l>^ County, i-'iorida I I'C WII'I.I.V II.YI.K i-: i', .srii: u; Attorne} for l. I> Camplln IT--1. ii-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage %  > business under the 'i.-'i-l-."n sivsiiiNK wiiiii KSAI.I: n.,>wKlts' al nisi s\V ",7 Avenue. Miami, Florida Intendto register -aid name wiih Ihe Cl.rk ,.r Hie Circuit c.urt of I'arie c ,t>. h'lorlda SI'NSIIIM: Ki.uw i;i:s. INC. By: Paul Aahkena*. I'r.-.-i.i. nt i:riii:\K i I-:MI,I, II All,.in.-;, for Sunsliiml-'|..\\ .-i >. In,-. r. 11-24, 7 1-X Our reemt tad fass in the aotsinf e' ar BtHvei Hutbanrl, falhtr, Grandfather anil Bnlher HERBERT FELDAN Uoves % wirh arolefwl hearts towards neighbors and friends. Their comforting expressions of sympathy and thoughtfulness will always bt remembered. rlr*. ai|e I lorl.la. mill M:l> l: I:I:Y.\(.I.I.S WAI.I.ACK X Al \ I :i; Mi..Mi.-, foi kinlirunl • ; I'is.-.vu R. lldina Miami St. I'ii.ri.la r, IT-:'4. 7/l-X IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA No. 47403-C RE: IIS'I'A'I I-: ni-' THOMAS I.AVt'StlN 'rHltldt.KKL.il De.eased. NOTICE. OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE I — NoTici-' ih.i.iiv niien thai i have ,N filed a filial ie|..rt and netltlon for Final i 'i-. h ,1-4. IIAdministrator of I the esl.-.le ,.( Til. Hilll..i,\-..|. 'I'll -eikel.l il.-, -ea-eil: a ii.I thai "ii lh. I'uli ,IH\ ol July, IMS, will appl) lo the Honorable W. V. hUanton, hVank K, I i..w lln ; and <:.-..r-.. T I'laik. Coiilili Judges ..r Uade COunty, Florida, for ippiOVill of -aid fi'ial i r .ui.l :,„• final dUH-harse as Administrator of 1 ,.i 'I'll' >M AS nn Si >.\ •riil:i-:i.k'i:i.i.. deceaaed This i.'.ih IIH> of June, 1X0. ll'iMKK C. TIIIIKI KKI.r>, Ailinlii'Stralor. Rj : Max I' I i. i i:.\<;i:i. I-MI.I.ACK Ailoiiie\s for Adniinlstrator Snil. Vl-lll r.lseainHiiildlna Miami :: %  :. Florida .; 'T-JI. ; t-^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AMD FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49891-B IN BE: nutate of I \ A HHfl.hHt. I < %  •-, -. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* ami Ml iv,-..iillavIna Claims or liemanrts Atainsi Said Kstai. : y..ii are hereby notlfled and ret|liil*ed 1.. |.resent tin)' ,'l;,iin.and d|eOIIIMIwhich you iii.t.i have imain.-t Ihe rotate ol i:\'A rtKI'I.KK. ,le, eased late ..I I'ade Couiitv. Florida, to The. Count} Judges ..f I'ade County, ami file the name in their ,.ili,es in the Count) Courthouee In Dnde cmnty, Florida, within eight calendar mnnilm n the date of the fir-i iinttHcaiibn hereof, or the name ulM he i. i i'\xii:i. si'i'i.i:i: MACK SEI'I.KK, AKve,ot,.rs ,.! the I...-I Will and "e --'.I,I.-||' CIII:I:I:.\* COI.I >i:,\ .. r %  ir, 107 Olympla Building • Miami M, l-lo, id.. t, IT-24. 7'1 -8 5 Convenient Offices Serve D*d County J RESOURCES EXCEED 150 MILLION DOLLARS IN THE COUNTY JUOO r COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 49550 IX BE' Relate of AI.KX \.\ i HI; i' \.\i :i I.I .si I'.-.-. ,-.,i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All c .-.ill-. ind All I', i -a II i, %  ii ClHim* ..i I'.man I\^..i.i-t Said HaMti N i.i. are hen lej not ii i. ri and required to oi• -• %  i an %  'alinand .1 %  whl.h .. i \ • %  .train* i of A I.rex \NI i:t: CAN fjfil i iSI .'-.• a-. I lot" of l>a,le County, l-'|i.rila. I-. III. 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:2-A Friday. Jane Traveling Writer Retttnts •y MAX LBtMSt France to Arbitrate in Argentine Tiff? I saw the other day called "The Orer>ea< of famihr-eeufercd rfiiii I our family was a statistic m OI ahowldn t This n a aew phase of over the worhj **d g*. to puB 19 roots and piaot thesa agam. to see life angle of risaea. bat always to reran to the home place. ers may know fro. tome f aT reports Bat we left by a stagger sys tesn Stere was the first to leave, toward the ead 01 March, m order to ret hack aad catch op with his aussed school work aad fwush with his %  at the Daltoa School, wfcoch he dsd a few days ago Adam flew back, shepherded by Adeina Edaa followed, bat took to set hock, via Tokyo Jenny left earlier by slow boat Mediterranean ports, worked for a spell oa a kihhati, 1 iptaud Italy ** %  ** bos jast straggled back—radiant aad traverwise—oa the Cratoforo New Defta to fiaish op ary teaching oa a I at the Iadtaa School of loteniatjoaal %  I as** |—> rVlMsVt *wa*> ^ % %  *>ww*wa-i n ^nawaa %  —^__, I had several tasks with Prune Maaatir Bea-Gunoa The the Pans shaaibies aad a few saaay. lary Pans day* afterwanl of the rnmssal code, under which they coaid he seateared to pnaaa tens.* 4 from two to a* years. me press in Brazil. *m dtspatches from Sao Paulo, holds met the moral hum — considerations evtfhe strictly legal a? of the Ekbmarm case.) WHEN WE ALL GATHERED together ia New York again. I took BLOWS AIRES-OTAJ — A dial the Fares** waaatij fere, if was indicated Taesday One group at the Foreaga Maastry is kaowi> to advocate a %  ah rite posrooo toward Israel. Aaother group., led by akra-aatmaahst Loss Maria de Pablo Pardo. legal adviser to the Foreign Miaastry. insists oa a strarOy kgahstic petition holdaag niaiamatie sources said here ante of tar mue tnta ^ tm M tite Argenane-lv •rael dispute over the cap'ure of of opiaioa Eichmaaa. fader this plan, it editorials m La was said Israel woaW agree to the Correo de retara of Earhmaan by prosy—to three are very saArgeatiaa aad woald umnediately La Nacioo laitiate formal extraditioa dethe steps stands which Argeatiaa woald im-i the gaverasaeat aatil mediately grant Argeauae "face" Correo-de la Tarde would thus be saved, aad the capstates that, at meet. Argentina eaa tare of Fw-hmaaa legalized. only the extraditioa from (Frosa Paris, it was reported of those who "illegally" lhat a Freach government spokescaptured Firhaiaan, but not Eichman has declined to comment oa bJBwetf The Nazi's capreports that France might serve declares this newspaper, as mediator between Israel and be bro ught to trial here for Argentina ia the dispute over the De Gaulle, Ben-Gurion in Talks of It that France mediator onjy quest it.* if Israel •a Pi %  t *| 1 "M-i "the Arger.Meanwhile. rmrr.eni Jaa Durcaaaky. a resident, for extradrtioc Maeaan. La U Tarde. All aad La taken by ilovtkii oa charges of a der of Jews ia that cone: -. World War IL A prthn.ii ir> ^A meat was taken from him ifterZl Czechoalarak legation here fib] formal petition for his -nftj THE JEWISH HOMi FOR THE AGED needs for its THMFTSHOP AH rum, faanihm^omu. from Pi 1 A sooms noa family ami Bveatory Adam at three had grown into a boy. with a qoeocha new vocabulary aad harr that sadlT needs cuttiag— all eager to enter school m the fall. I found Steve with his right arm m a shag, broken after a hapless high jump at the school field-d a v his cast scrawled with deathless sentiments from his classmates and teachers. Edna and I drove up to Exeter to bring back Michael and all his chattels. At IS he towers five mches over me. besides bets* a hatter journalist than his father; he is editor of his paper far next vear. wtJe I remain a lowly newspaper galley slave. Joany will be a camp counselor again this summer, and then will take her last >ear at Sarah Lawrence I caught up again with the Sees of my two lovely married daughters. Connie and Pamela, and with my four hasty grandchildren. Even Zip is still pen of our family group. an elder statesman of a dog. with worms and rheumatism, sleeping away his days aad nights on our staircase but undaaated by the bat tenag of life. ANYONE COULD TELL WE ARE BACK by the revealing signs of a famiry-in-actior. The house is strewn with trunks, parcels, packing cases. My study is stacked high with books I missed while I was away, on some of which I shall soon be reporting. There are children everywhere, and the heavy tread of adolescent boys stomping up and the sum. and the i ba ffl i n g of adolescent feet to dance music at make a delightfully familiar sound. All is cwafasaon-as-usual. so 1 know we are in business. The phone nags co a st e ntr y and there are those long mysterious and mystifying conversation* which are like initiation rites by which the voting people prepare themselves for adult life. A** 1 every day again, around six. there is the family ritual when young and old gather in the living room to tie together the threads which are so easily broken under the fragmentizing impact of modern I HOPE WE SHALL STAY PUT for a while, at least during the year An hich sere best, to roam or rest'" Robert Browning asked, and it u a hard question to answer. If a family is pretty sure of tta inner ties, it isn't a bad idea to make the break away from'home and ate yourself aad each other freshly in a new environment. We had the regular quota of ilraess ia Asia, aad sometimes the novel ways were ordeal as well as delight, aad often we arhed for a tight of those who stayed behind at home. But we alas had the feeling of constant discovery and self-discovery And it is a good thing fur a Eamirj to face together—on an unfamiliar landscape, under unfamiliar skies—experiences which will return through the years. If all of this is in the past tease. I hope it does not mislead you. Our family wandering has closed one chapter, but another is opening. Today we put Michael on the Groote Beer, bound with hundreds of other students for France, where be will scurry around the countryside on a Lambretta and taste the glones of Paris again He and the others are doing what I would have given my heart to do at their age. Even now I wish I could go along. (This is a C*j"--nt Gtluma) people President De Gaulle, citing his visit* to Palestine in 1931 .with the French forces in Syna. and one dunng the war years. lauded the great advances made by the Jews m Israel aad the prosperity they were bringing to a oace barren land. Those remarks led the Prime Minister to ash the French leader whether be had any plans to visit Israel The General r s p l i a d, -| can't rut* MM, eut, hut it likely for me present." The French President, ptBmmjjRaj • toast to Mr. Be nCu riow at the hm c M ow. tsW the 40 musts that "I want to nay tribute to BenGur.cn who personifies me State of Israel." On a more personal note, the French leader added that he also wanted to pay tribute to the Prime Minister's -rich humor which, be said, persisted despite his "hard work and mul tiple worries.'* %  mhi Pease call us for pick-sap. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED irWFT SHOP 5717 N.W. 27* Avemn Closed Sahara*.! cl Fi J %  N—-"W*>_ ^.* .w ^ \.^t ^..-^ ^ -^ ^t i r*> i r-Lj-T_r-|_n-|_ i r TWIN CITY GLASS CO. TOPS < MARAMTEES swttOtS STORf rRtJWTS AjmOM BwRRORS I K $Rt_ ABTO CLASS IRSTAUfR WRMi TOR WATT 1220 Is* Sweet. MX Chued 1 %  *., %  .. T*L M R-A141 NOTICE TO PUBLIC UNITB) KASHtUS ASSOCIATION OF GtEATEt MIAMI, ffc-f e Me Uwfer Svpcrvise t he MURRAY and ITZ (M. ft I.) MEAT ft POULTRY MARKET 953 WashriNiton Ave., Miami Beach THIKFORE WE Ail HO LONGER RISPOMSIBU FOR THE KASHRUS OF THIS MEAT ft POULTRY MARKET FOR THE THINGS WORTH SAVING FOR Elhv^ "T ^ ?* yday FLKGLE ^ FEDERAL SAVINGS will Wp by Rddmg to your savmg, t tj cunt rata of 4% p yer. -W RjB ***** m OF FUNDS from anywn-w t. 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Friday, June 17, 1960 +Jewish norldilaw Meyer Kronenberg (left) receives a National Jewish Welfare Board distinguished service award from Leon Kaplan, Miami, JWB national vice president. Kronenberg, former resident of Birmingham and chairman of the Alabama JWB Armed Services Committee, now lives in Miami, where he is currently active in the JWB morale program for GIs and hospitalized veterans in the area. JWB is the agency authorized by the U.S. government to serve the religious and morale needs of Jewish servicemen and hospitalized veterans. In the Miami area, JWB's work is supported by the Greater Miami Jewisti Federation. THE WEEK... AS I SEE IT Continued from Page 4-A tion's manager suggests? Mr. Courtney's personal stature—not to men tion his rating—might rise further; for there is virtue, as well as guilt in the process of association. But it would not substantially enlighten the large corps of his listeners, among whom are counted a lusty bunch of anti-Semites. To them, Israel and the Jews are an abomination or •ny ground, and Eichmann's trial emerges as ample "justification" for their hatred. Lest those who jump to his defense offer Mr. Courtney's sometime •elf-confessed "Jewishness" as a sign of his "objectivity.'' let the record be clear that one of the heroes of Conde McGinley's hate sheet' "Common Sense," is Benjamin Freedman, also a Jew. highly touted bj this stagnant fen of bigotry as the author .of "Facts are Facts." And. incidentally, let this self-confession be a gauge of the intelligence of his audience, some of whom were stunned when I reminded them of it. (The wildly hopeful note here is that perhaps they listen no more effectively to anything else he says.) No, there is little to be gained in a public "debate" with Mr. Court ney, however silent he may promise to be for the moment. The solution lies in a far more profound and bold stroke—else tyQAM will never remove its eyes from those ratings. For ratings are based on the predisposition of Americans all to be entertained—and that includes the bigots among us. NOW TWO BEST SELLING PAPERBACKS


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"Friday. June 17, 1960 *Jewisii fk>ridicin Page 5-B Fedeiation. oi Jewish Women's Organizations members visit Mt. Sinai Hospital on their educational bus tour of Federation-supported agencies, a highlight of FJWO's community information program for Miami's women leaders. Left to right are Mrs. Jack Kirshbaum. Temple Sinai; Mrs. Rose DeYoung, Pioneer Women; Mrs. S. Waldorf, Temple Judea; Mrs. S. Millon, Hadassah; Mrs. George Simon, bus tour/chairman; Mrs. J. C. Lehman, outgoing president, FJWO; Mrs. Joyce Haber, FJWO; Mrs. Jacob Glassman, ORT; Mrs. Lillian Goodman, American Jewish Congress; Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, ORT; Miss Esther Brickman, FJWO; Mrs. F. Pollack, ORT; Mrs. Sidney Block, ORT; Mrs. George Linden, ORT; Mrs. Sorin, FJWO; Mrs. C. Avrach; Mrs. Ralph Whitehouse, Temple Sinai; Mrs. E. Shedroff, Pioneer Women; Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, ORT; Mrs. Al Portman, ORT; Mrs. Sidney Rafkind, FJWO. Women's Group Installs Officers Mrs, Lawrence A. Weston was recently installed president of the Node Shore Opti-Mrs. at joint ceremonies with the North Shore Optimists at the Carillon hotel. Mrs. Jack Graff, lieutenant governor, was the installing officer. Serving with her are the following officers: Mrs. Ralph Hall, vice president; Mrs. Charles Greenberg, recording secretary; Mrs. Arthur Leibowitz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. William Carmel, treasurer; Mrs. Arthur Hornreich, financial secretary. Program of the club is the care and rehabilitation of emotionally jdistturbed children. The North i Shore Opti-Mrs. also sponsors the I Octette Service Club at Miami Beach High School. Mrs. Weston is the wife of a local dentist, Dr. Lawrence A. Weston. MIS. IAWN WESTON Young Israel Graduates Pupils [Enjoying installation ceremonies at recent gene • Weiss, Metro Commissioner Charles leetmg of Senior Citizens Assn. at the Algiers Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, and Judge fcoteJ are (left to right) Louis Applebaum. EuMalvin Englander, installing officer. Marks 200th Anniversary To commemorate the 200th anliversary of its founding, P. Lorilard Company (1760-1960) has published a. new, highly illustrated, apulaiy-written book that depicts Pn words and pictures the history f tobacco, %  its fashions and lore Rrom Colonial Days to the present, pt was announced by Lorillard Iboarri chairman Lewis Gruber. The new book is being made lavailah'e to schools and public li|braries, at no charge, Gruber said. Entiled "Lorillard and TobacIco." the book shows that the ori[gins of tobacco and tobacco usage lare lost in unrecorded pre-Colom[bian h\-tory, but that from the [earliest days of this country's Hounding, tobacco was always (prominent on the local scene. In 170, however, the vast industry known today — ovar S6Vi billion sales in 1J59 — was formally established whan Pierre Lorillard, a young French immigrant, wh had crossed the ocean to seek raliflious freedom In the [Spaet to Address Lodge Speaker at a luncheon meeting lof Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai [B'rith on Tuesday noon at the DiILido hotel, will be Councilman iHarold B. Spaet. colonies, begin the first "tobacco manufactory" which survived through colonial history until today^ "Lorillard has paralleled the rise of America and its economy, and has produced every type of tobacco product," Gruber said, "constantly shifting its product line with changes in consumer tastes — from 1760's snuff to 1960's filter cigarette. In celebrating our 200th birthday, Lorillard is proud to be the nation's first tobacco company," he continued, "but we are even prouder of having America's newest tobacco ideas, such as Kent's Micronite Filter, the Old Gold Spin Filter, Newport's refreshing menthol and mint combination, and Spring's 'air-conditioned' paper. During this month, Lorillard will launch the heaviest sales drive in company history," he added, "with major stores [throughout the country featuring Lorillard displays and its corporate motto: You can depend on Lorillard to be first with the finest cigarettes — through Lorillard research." The growth of Pierre Lorillard's little manufactory into today's giant publicly owned corporation with 7,000 employees, 35,000 shareholders, with 6,000 wholesalers and one and a half million retailers distributing its products typifies the American dream: the immigrant who eame to these shores to seek freedom and new opportunities and who found here rewards undreamed of and, in turn, made great lasting contributions to the growth and wealth of the United States. -S.T. Academy PTA Closes Season PTA of the Hebrew Academy iheld its closing meeting of the season recently at the Coronet hotel. The meeting featured a "Farewell to Teachers." Mrs. Sheldon Dearr chairman, of the nominating committee, presented the slate of officers for the coming year. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, reported on the principals convention recently held by Torah Umesorah for principals from some 150 Day Schools throughout the country. Suggestions for summer recreation for children of school ages was presented by Mrs. Herbert Berger, program chairman. A soeial evening oi group singing under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, mimic director, followed the evening's program. Young Israel of Greater Miami held commencement exercises last week. Graduating were Anita Nussbaum, Barbara Donoff. Elliot Wasserman. Bobby Young, Gloria Greenberg, Lorene Lipsiner. Mari Sard cia Kotie, Rhonda Kolten. Abramson, and Toby Shorel. \ Theme of the evening was "Love of Torah." Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader, presented honor certificates and awards. Mrs. Hannah Walsh, kindergarten teacher, presented diplomas.i >.**§ Only GUEST Flies to EUROPE Directly from Miami. Visit Europe's Most Interesting and Exciting Cities on GUEST Extra Cities Bonus Plan. ae. "•" MIAMI WEST INDIES PORTS POi I MfONWf ilWMTON \ rotT-aw#tMcr NASSAU JUKI); JUIY I; AUG. 17,30 'lO'DAY *I90 0 PORTS POtT AMIOMOl UN6SI0H \ CIUDA0 TIUMtO t*mUf. SAN WAN tmiH Ike It. THOMAS tire* k. JUNfW.N; JUT If Aue.t.tt M*t/NMn. -e> rTTTTsN SHIPPING CORPORATION 0I A,*nl Afternoon of Games Temple Zion Sisterhood was to enjoy an afternoon of swimming and games at the Alan motel on Thursday afternoon. In charge of reservations were Mrs. B. Gordon and Mrs. M. Stone. £u%


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— r. June 17. 1960 +JmMtfhrMtor) Page 3-A %  ;•';. -,-^r %  %  % %  •: %  %  %  .. --v -a%  %  %  ..-. %  •.-.. Philly Texts Dilute Nazi Era Crimes mel silence" concerning the systematic murder of Jowt under tho Hitler regime. One text if denounced at "fantastically deficient" in this regard. "Calculated omission*" were found in tome college text* used in advanced high school classes in ,aron Eisenstein presents U.S. Savings Bond to outstanding adent at closing exercises of the religious school of Temple r Tamid. Receiving the award is Elaine B. Cohen. She is daughter of Dr, and Mrs. Sumner Co hen. ederation Annual Meeting Continued from Page 1-A committee selected Julian ikle to serve as a vice presiiy I. Kislak is slated for anterm as treasurer, and Carl kind has been nominated assotreasurer. Judge Cypen was cted as secretary, and Emanuel |th as associate secretary. imuel N. Friedland heads the es as chairman. Other trusnominated include William nove, Shepard Broad, Leo ; C haiken, Leo Eisenstien, Judge 'Milton A. Friedman, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Sam A. Goldstein, M. J. JKopelowitz, Sam C. Levcnson, Ben I Meyers, Joseph M. Rose, Arnold Seder, and Mrs. Samuel SimonIjoff. Honorary trustees are David Phillips, Harry Sirkin ,and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Highlights of Heiman> comments were expected to' include a review of the achievements of Federation members agencies despite limited funds. PHILADELPHIA—(JTA)—Most of the 22 history textbooks used in Philadelphia's public and private high schools fail to explain to students the Nazi theory and practice of racism, The Jewish Exponent charged here this week. In the second of a series of articles resulting from a special study of the high school texts, the newspaper reveals that most of the history books "omit the complete story of Hitlerism." A few of the books, it is disclosed, "don't even mention anti-Semitism" as practiced under the-Hitler regime. The report, citing various textbooks by title, author and publishers, shows: 1. One textbook picturing Naii concentration camps as places into which "ministers and priests who objected to policies of fanatic devotion of the State were thrown." 2. Another textbook "which does not draw the lesson of racialism" but makes "the curious error" of stating that 3,000,000 Jews were victims of Nazism in concentration camps — instead of using the confirmed figure of 6,000,000. 3. Still another book credits Hitler with transforming Germany into "a united, energetic nation," but concedes that the "gains were won at the cost of human liberties" and that the Nazis "persecuted the Jews" — but does not mention concentration camps or genocide. Throughout most of the texts, the study shows there is "abysPhiladelphia. One. text was found not o.ily short on tellflfg* the history'it Nazi racial persecutions, but also indulged in adverse criticism of Jews in America who resisted "amalgamation" by retaining for a long time in home and synagogue traditional Jewish rites and practices. The textbook writer is shown as disapproving the fact that some American Jews spoke Yiddish and read Yiddish newspapers. :OCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE 3500 Main Highway Coconut Grove fully air conditioned GROVE PRODUCTIONS. INC. Presents JULIUS LA ROSA I "WEST SIDE STORY" book b r ARTHUR IAURINTS music byLEONARD BERNSTEIN lyrics by: STEPHEN SONDHEIM "WEST SIDE STORY" is based on a conception by JEROME BOBBINS JUNE 21 thru JULY 3 Today and Tomorrow VIVIAN VANCE and JOHN EMERY in "HERE TODAY" with PHILLIP TERRY and Pat Colby MAIL ORDERS NOW BEING FILLED: List loeaHon preference, date and performance. !" m ^;*l'**£ ind price. Enclose check for total amount and a self-addressed, tamped envelope. 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_~ riday, June 17, I960 % allot to Head :e

lay, June 17, I960
*Je*is*nmrl<1ff,n
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A Woman Foreign Minister Reports to Miami
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jMrs. A. Herbert Mathes was
I recently installed president ol
[the Women's Auxiliary of
Mt. Sinai at a luncheon in
(the Fontainebleau hotel.
liamian Gets
eshiva Degree
Mclvin S. Sachs, of 123 SW 31st
t.. Miami, will receive a Bachelor
f Arts degree from Yeshiva Uni-
|ersity in New York this week.
Sachs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bar-
ey Sachs, will receive his degree
rom Yeshiva Cortege, the univer-
ty's undergraduate school for
pen.
[A Dean's List student through-
lit his college career, Sachs was
re president of the student or-
inization.
or the first time in the his-
tory of Jews, our new generation
docsnt know the humiliation of
being Jewish," JsraeJ, fooeign Min-
ister (.olft-, Meir declared before
some 1,000 persons attending a
function last Thursday sponsored
by the Greater Miami Israel Bond
'"^mittee m the Fontainebleau
hotel.
"Ire. Me'r was he-* to present
Miami with a "Decade City
Award for its outstanding par-
ticipation in the Israel Bond cam-
paign since its inception ten years
ago. Miami is one of four such
cities throughout the world to re-
ceive the award.
In response. Greater Miami
Jewish community leader* pur-
chased a recerc* total of $1,150,-
000 :n bonds at the function.
Mrs. Meir's remark highlighted
Israel's increasing relationships
with the newly-emerging nations
of Asia and Africa. "Other coun-
tries," Mrs. Meir said, "have more
know-how technically and agricul-
turally. Why do nations like Ghana.
Nigeria, Congo and Burma turn to
, us for assistance and friendship?"
It is because "few peoples in the
; world outside of the African conti-
nent understand them or even
wish them well from the bottom
of their hearts as we do," Israel's
Foreign Minister declared.
"Although we have thrown off
the shackles of our degradation
and insult, the memory of slavery
is still vivid among us. The crime
of the Asians and Africans is the
'color of their skin. This is a crime
we, as Jews, can easily overlook.
jThey, too, are emerging from sla-
very. Our hand is extended to
them in friendship."
Israeli relationships with these
newly emerging nations probably
Left to right are Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board of
governors, and Samuel Oritt and Jack A. Cantor, general
chairmen. Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee. They ac-
cept "Decade City Award" from Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreign
Minister oi Israel, at an Israel Bond function here last week at
the Fontainebleau hotel Miami was one of four cities through-
out the world to receive the award "in recoqnilion oi extra-
ordinary and outstanding efforts in behalf of Israel's economic
development through State of Israel Bonds.''
represent Mrs. Meir's greatest
contribution to her government's
emergence on the international
scene. The reason lies in what
Mrs. Meir declared to be "the
Arab failure to offer us a similar
hand of friendship."
The Nasser blockade of the Suez
Canal has largely dampened the
Jewish State's effort at commer
cial and other exchange contact-
with the European continent. Bu'
trade with Asia and Africa has
been brisk from the southern port
of Elath, Israel's window to the
East.
It was the freedom of this p->rt
; and the waterway through the
Straits of Tiran that Israel secure-!
in the October. 1956 campaign
against Egypt's dictatorial Nasser.
Refering to this military action.
Mrs. Meir charged that "we were
strongly criticized in high circles
despite the fact that a massive

Confirmed last week at Temple Ner Tamid were (left to right)
lArlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rothlein; Bonnie,
IrJaughter of Mrs. Anita Tischler; and Caren, daughter of Mr.
|and Mrs. Alvin Savage. The confirmands addressed a cere-
monial audience on "Judaism as a Way of Life." Rabbi Eu-
Igene Labovitz and Cantor Samuel Gomberg officiated. Par-
lents were hosts at a reception following the confirmation.
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Continued frem Page IB
Jodi's the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 1100
[SW 23rd ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller, 2281 SW 22nd ter.
Mt
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Feil off to Highland Park, III., to attend
[the confirmation of their grandson, David Pepperberg .From
here, Ruth and Stan leave for Cleveland, O., to visit his brother,
[Dr. Harold Feil Then, it's vacation for the Feils somewhere in
lew Hampshire .
Double Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid on June 4 .
iBarry Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, had lots of rela-
Itives coming from New York, including his grandmothers, Mrs.
jBet.sie Brown and Mrs. Edith Rosenberg, as well as Mr. and Mrs.
(David Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown .
Sander Nat Heilig, son oi the Jack J. Heiligs, had relatives ar-
riving from Chicago, including his folks, grandfather, Norman S.
Kaufman, and grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Heilig.
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stopping for one or more nights at
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n e r, manufacturer's representa-
tive; Sydney Cans, merchant;
j M. L. Goldman, builder; Dr. and
| Mrs. Thomas 0. Ott; Donald S.
Rose, attorney; and Louis Spector,
General Capital Corporation.
Tifereth Israel Card Party
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
hood was to meet Thursday, 8:30
ning at the Center, 6500 N. Miami
ave., on June 22.
buildup of armament in the Sinai
Peninsula waa then taking plat
"Every nation," she ckai
"takes as its sacred riEht
power of self-defense. Bui Unael
(cms to be denied that righ!
In an obvious retcrenec to i'n --
ident Eisenhower, the Israeli wom-
an diplomat declared that "we
were promised by great men of the
impending action of the family of
nations in the event Nasser closed
the Suez Canal to us.
"We are a patient people," sate
aid. "Thank Cod, we don't have
to- rely on these men for our up-
building. For the family of na-
tions has done nothing despite
the fact that blockade is a vio-
lation of the United Nations
charter."
Declaring that "we will not give
up for a moment the battle for
freedom of shipping through the
Suez," Mrs. Meir turned to the
brighter side of the boycott and
added: "But Suez is not seen a
critical setback for us as it might
have been had we failed to secure
Elath."
Thus the brilliance of Mrs. Meir's
fundamental reliance upon Israeli
identification with the emerging
nations of Asia and Africa emerged
in its fundamental light as a win-
ning policy of social and economic
advantage forged from the bleak '
elements of current military neces-
sity.
In a reference to the Israel
Bond program which supports
the upbuilding of the nation,
Mr. Meir Mid that "every stone,
every grain of sand, talk* his-
tory to us." Refuting as "non-
sense and absurdity" those who
ask Israel to compromise while
exerting no such simitar pres-
sures on the Arabs, she con-
tinued:
"Our history shows our massive
determination to survive. The re-
cent uncovering of the now famous
Bar Kochba letters proves that our
land speaks to us from the past
and underscores the right of our
sovereignty. No one can remove
us from our land."
Said the Foreign Minister:
"There is more joy for us in the
purchase of tractors and water
pipes than in planes which cost a
minimum of a million dollars each
and which may become obsolete in
six months. But we shall do what '
we must to surviveand to grow."
Leo Mirtdlin.
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%  L S O C M U T E #the ov< It was "Goldie Day" at the Algiers hotel In a lovely tribute, some 150 women gathered to surprise Mrs. Louis Cohen, and tell her how beloved she is Mrs. Ann Bernstein spearheaded the luncheon as a farewell to Goldie. who is going on a well-deserved vacation with her husband She's president of Ner Tamid Sisterhood me for the books Aaron Farr, fishing on the 79th st. Iway. used a line with two hooks ... He caught two fish at "lie time ... Son Harvey glad he was in the hospital recover>m surgery ... He didn't have to eat them rs. I. E. Sealfon. of Columbus, O., in town to see her nephew, ban Jay Braunstein, graduate from the University of Miami eal school Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braunstein. 1942 SW St., Jonathan received the Faculty Award for the highest lastic rating in his class ... rs. Solomon Margolis and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz off to Palm j, where Mrs. Schwartz installed Mrs. Richard Brams as lent of the new Palm Beach chapter of BrandeU University lal Women's Committee. ** JMl retty Betsy Levine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Levinc, v Europe this summer and also study at the University of %  fes lilton Nussbaum and his Evelyn expect to sail for Europe the SS Liberte After visiting the highspots, they'll meet [family in Florence The Nussbaums. incidentally, expect Pt the Bruce Le vines along the way .Bruce and Mrs. L. tally expect to include a visit at the University of Cannes in ["itinerary lot to be outdone. Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Rene) Leone and little son. Victor, are planning a vacation abrqad via the loforo Colombo Headquarters will be Florence ... Of p, 1he Nussbaums are Rene's parents And so, the happy s's closed. Irs. Saul Herman and daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Vicki) Friedare off to attend the wedding of Elaine Belle Herman in ernon Elaine was Vjcki's maid of honor Papa Joe Jrandma Friedman are taking care of the children fr Harry (Florence) Markowitz and her son. Jerry, will go Jkham Town with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (Del) Rubin to attend graduation of Del's son from Harvard, where he is receiving ctor of Philosophy degree ... In Jerry's honor, they'll "do" town, including the Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge— most New Yorkers never really "see," mainly because it's ^s there It's "America First" for Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw this The couple will be gone ten weeks, and their trip inB Canada The Shaws will be accompanied by their niece, Hne Blake. M plabbi and Mrs. Morris Skop to he honored during Friday eveOr.cg Shabbat services prior to their two-month tour of pe and Israel It's the congregation's gift to the spiritual er and his artist wife for ten years of service in Temple Judea's it Irs. Allen Acker, of the Boutique Dress Shop, off with daughjRochelle, to open another shop in the fabulous Mt. Washington II. Bretton Woods, N.H. [Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tietzer, of 1270 NW 191st st., still enlining their out-of-town guests. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Porter, and Dr. Zigmund Porter, of Chicago, III, and Mr. and Mrs. David i, of Ft. Pierce, who attended the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jon, on May 28 at the Dunes motel Shirlee is the newly llled president of Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood She's a former ssional vocalist and entertainer The Tietzers originally from Springfield, Mass. [Friends congratulating Nat Potamkin for the honor accorded by the American Cancer Society because of his "notable as|nce in the crusade to conquer cancer." Ir. and Mrs. Max (Lee) Rubin back from Tampa, where they lided a convention of the Jewish War Veterans Lee was led president of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Department of Florida Lillian Zahn. Miami Beach folksinger and guitarist, to appear Kenmore hotel. White Lake, N.Y., throughout the summer in The Bing Kossoffs and Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer jnu the many notables at the Eden Roc for the recent Danny ias show for Aiding Leukemia Stricken American Children Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg, 1060 Stillwater dr.. planning for Jir trip to Europe on Aug. 8 Ditto Mr. and Mrs. Leon Simkin L Also Isabelle Hecht, daughter of the Isadore Hechts. It was a sweet sixteen party recently for lovely Sandra Peyser he Aleiers hotel She's the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward „r, 5911 SW 9th ter. Among guests were Sandra's sorority Brs in Delta Psi Gamma, a club sponsored by the National He for Asthmatic Children in Denver Milton and Miriam Sirkin home from their trip to Israel. Italy. _ece. Switzerland, and France Miriam's just been elected jsident of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, Melding Mrs. Jean (Frances) Lehman. mc • Steve Brenner's roommate from Little Rock. Ark., is Charles Le. jr. Here for a few weeks, he and Steve plan to "paint" town Friends glad to hear of the progress of Dr. Samuel Gertman wing extremely intricate surgery Bill Feinberg. son of the Charles Feinbergs, and friend. Eddie zen, off to Mexico City to go to the university there—but not re a "look see" in New Orleans. X %  %  Birthdaze: Ivan Barry, born to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert B. „artz on May 20 Grandparents are the Arthur Zweigen£— he's the executive director of Riverside Memorial Chapels Paternal grandfather is Nathan Schwartz, of Normandy Isle... And: Jodi Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey (Phyllis) fcer, 8581 SW 33rd ter., born May 30 at South Miami Hospital Continued on P* 7-B oman s "World "X T "dfewjislfci IHLoridian Miami, Florida, Friday, June 17, 1960 Section B Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion with Mrs. Jacob Katzman, of 3122 Pine Tree dr., and members of a visiting Miami Israel Bond delMr. and Mrs. Joseph Denmark, 1746 Meridian egation at a special reception in his office on ave. May 22. Left to right (standing) are Mr. and Mrs. Sirkin New President of Federation Of Jewish Women's Organizations Here MKS. HILTON SIRKIN Beth David Ladies Pick Mrs. Reinhard Mrs. Harold Reinhard has been reelected president of the Sisterhood of Beth David. The following were also elected to serve for the 1960-61 terms: Membership vice president, Mrs. Meyer Forer; ways and means vice president, Mrs. Louis Seitlin; program vice president. Mrs. Michael Covin; school relations vice president, Mrs. Bernard Reiter. Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Arthur Rosinek; recording secretary, Mrs. Murray Marcus; financial and membership secretary, Mrs. Stanley Tinter; treasurer. Mrs. Max Rosing: and advisor, Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin. Board of directors are Mesdames Harold Abbot, David Alterman, Sidney M. Aronovitz. Edward Avedon, Benn Bloom, Herman Bonn. Murray Dacks, Sidney Daniels, Joseph Feld, Irving Genet, Jack Geyer. Robert Gold. Edward Goldberg, Richard Herold, Max Jacobson. Bernard Kanter. Manuel Lubel, Norman Reinhard. Sidney Sanders, Louis Schwartzman, Harry Stone, John Strunin. Leonard Wolf, Milton Zoloth and Harry Zuckerman. Mrs. Milton Sirkin has been selected to serve as president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations for 1960-61, succeeding Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, it was announced this week. A vice president in charge of community services in t h e past year, Mrs. Sirkin will step up to the top post of the major women's group in Dade county, whose affiliates represent 117 important organizations with a membership exceeding 10.000. Vice presidents elected for the coming year include Mrs. Samuel Gertman. education; Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. program; and Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink, public affairs. A fourth vice president in charge of fund raising will be named latetr by the nominating committee. Other officers will be corresponding secretary, Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer; recording secretary, Mrs. Oscar Sindell; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz. Three delegates to the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be Mrs. Larry Friedland. Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, and Mrs. Henry Wernick. The board is the policy-making body of Federation, comprised of the community's top men and women who are active in welfare, education, and civic work. Also elected were members of the FJWO Advisory Council. They represent large segments of affiliated women in Miami, and have demonstrated their leadership and experience in administration. Named were Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Mrs. Gerald Soltz, and Mrs. Bernard Stevens. Nominating committee is headed by Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, chairman. Members are Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, Mrs. Daniel N. Heller, Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mrs. Alexander Robbins, Mrs. Philip Schiff, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, and Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Addressing the final meeting of the year, the outgoing president, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, reviewed achievements of the big women's group and urged more of its members to participate in the Combined Jewish Appeal as their personal community responsibility, at the Continued on Page 2-B 'i-' ': West Miami Barbecue West Miami B'nai B'rith Lodge will hold a barbecue, dance and entertainment on Saturday evening, June 25, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Fish, 6347 SW 15th st. In charge of tickets are George Fish and Lou Zeger. Spearheading the drive for books for the library of Temple Ner Tamid are (left to right) Mesdames Henrietta Fine, Florence Roller, Gus Gold. Rear are Mesdames Pauline Duke, Rhoda Stein and Mollie Fabric, chairman. The library, when complete, will be wood-paneled, sound-proof, and air-conditioned throughout.



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Page MB +Jer*isti Fkrkfiain Friday, June 17, lggQ Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl > Acreage must've been the second tooic of conversation 'of com rolf was the first) when Sam Solomon. Harold Vineberg. realtor Paul Sobel and stock broker Ted Sewell made up a weekend foursome at Rayshore. Vineberg and Solomon are long-time friends, both coming here from Canada. Henry Gewitz on the mend at Jackson Memorial Hospital after at with phlebitis. He's one of the more popular member* of the M.B. real y board Jack Wilson, new state treasurer of B"nai B'rith. just complete:! a tour of the Florida organizations, and met with*president Sam Nleterg over the weekend to set up a program for a new membership drive. Principal Irvin Katz keyed a fin* commencement program when a 'ecord-breaking number of Miami Beach High graduates received their diplomas from school superintendent Joe Hall at jam-packed Miami Beach Auditorium. The Hon. Claud* B. Peppor, who was guest speaker, has lost nono of his senatorial oratorical skill, and pof a tremendous ovation from the audience and graduates. Among the proud mothers and dads and guests of graduates spot ted in the audience: Dr. and MrNorman Rus. Mr. and Mrs. Albert ,k Mrs Bales Alpert. Mr and Mrs Lewis Serbin. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sidney, Dr. and Mrs. Theodore S'.ruhl. Mr and Mrs Richard Rmaiiy Mr and Mrs Bernard Baum. Mr. and Mrs. Al Zablo. Mr. and Me'.vin Richard. Mr and Mrs. Murray Sonnett. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratrer. Mr. and Mrs, Jay Kashuk. Judge and Mrs. Albert Saper-Uin. Mr cr.d Mrs. Gilbert Applebamr.. Mr. an:'. Mrs. Jack Abbott. Mr. and Mr^ Sao too, Mr. and Mrs Ju! Pascal Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Goldberg*, and Mr. and Mrs Morton serous. roll be a big delegation from the Greater Miami area at the annual District Five B':iai B'rith convention which jets under waj Sur t, Va Heading the 100 or mor. 'idee MilFriedman, District Five :-elect. Also in the ;r^. Sidney Palmer, past president of Sbolem Lo:iee. NewlySamuel "^leberg, and ueasurer Jack Wilson, are also expected to head f<>r Norfolk. Mrs Gen women's president of District Five, will head the i\ contingent from this area for the Norfolk conclave. She is a good prospect for reelection. Making the trip by auto will be MrAurtu Reita and Mrs Jerome RoDinson. Mrs Reich is vice preside: • District Fie* Mitch Sandweis>. president of Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Council, is traveling with youth director Jerry Carver via auto to Norfolk also. At recent installation ceremonies of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami are (left to right) Rabbis Alfred Waxman, outgonq president; Mayer Abramowitz, president; Morton Malavsky. executive vice president; and Benno Wallach, treasurer. Rabbi Abramowitz is outgoing vicepresident. Other outgoing officers are Rabbis Henry Okolico. secretary. treasurer; and Morton Malavsky, executive secretary. Special tribute was paid Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Cornrecation, for "his five years of distinguished sen-. ice in the local ministry." Mrs. Lee Howard, wife of the Surfside vice mayor, playing in a "steady" foursome at Normandy Shore*, with Mrs. Jack Friedman, Mrs. Murray Friedman and Mrs. Richard Hammel. Attorney Shirley Woolf and client Martha Rave received the "thrill of a lifetime" when they were invited by I'.s. Supreme Court Justice William Douelas to ke his guest at the fabulous Ambassador's Ball in Washington last Saturday All expenses paid, too! FILM FARE: "The Story of Ruth" is superb entertainment for the entire family, based on the poignant Biblical story. Heading the cast is Israeli beauty. Elena Eden, in the title role. It's her first American movie role and. Uke her predecessor. Haya Harareet, co-star of "Ben Hur." she proves Israeli actresses can hold their own with the best performers in America, or anywhere else in the world. It's playing at the Carib. Miami and Miracle. Next Monday, the three houses will also carry the telecast of the JohaimeMtn-Patterson heavyweight championship fight on their big screens direct from ringside. Starts promptly at 9:30. and suggest reservations early as possible. There won't be any home telecast of the fight. I saw the thriller staged last year when Johanneson's big "kayo" right electrified the audience at the Carib. Believe you me. you get a better view of the action via theatre big screen than in a ringside seat at Yankee Stadium. Managements of the Sheridan Theatre is already receiving requests for the premiere of "Exodus," even though it doesn't open there until December. In the meanwhile it's "Can-Can." holding forth on the screen there, with Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine. Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jourdan. 4t BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Julius La Rosa makes his local legit imate stage bow at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, starting Tuesday, in the exciting musical West Side Story.'' In addition to star La Rosa, an excellent cast of singers and dancers has been assembled for the Playhouse presentation and should be a sell-out every night and the two matinees Wednesday and Saturday). Vivian Vance, of "I Love Lucy" fame, and 1 John Emory co-star in "Here Today" at the Playhouse through Saturday night. No performances on Sunday and Monday. Singer Damita Jo and her jazz combo has joined the orchestra of Luis Varona. specializing in Latin music, at Harry's American Bar at the Eden Roc. "Little" Jackie Heller is the singing host. Entertainment's continuous until 2 a.m. Holding over at the Fontainebleau is the only Latin revue left in town. "Extravaganza Latina." now that the Bill more-Terrace and Lucerne shows are closed. The sepia production. "Smart Affairs." fast and rhythm-packed, holds over at the Deauville. -at TIPS ON TABLES: Candlelight Inn will be getting a big play for dinner and luncheon parties, now that the neighboring Coconut Grove Playhouse has reopened. Henry Leitson is in charge. The colorful atmosphere of Kino Arthur's Court intriouos the young set, as woll as the adults, and that, in addilian to the excellent food, is why family business keeps a-prowino at Art Bruns' dining rendezvous. Steaks, chops and prime ribs are outstanding at the Bonfire, bat the 79th st. causeway dining center also specializes in mighty fine seafood delicacies. Try them next time you visit Sam .Radio* Winer's alaways popular restaurant. When the weather gets too warm. Cantonese cuisine at Fu Manchu saves a lot of wear and tear on the housewife and the kitchen. Perfect dining fee the family. Order by phone if you're too lazy to leave home. N. Shore Lodge Installs Wilson Jack Wilson was installed president of North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith in recent ceremonies at the I Carillon hotel. Oth< rs in-tailed were Lawrence L;pkin. Dr. Robert Rosen, Morris; Rossein and Seymour Teitelbaum. vice presidents; Jules Israel, chaplain: Louis Hirsch. treasurer; Charles Lilian, recording secretary: Jerry Carver, corresponding secretary; Joseph Condell. finan-, cial secretary; Maurice Brermer,' guardian; and Morris Lunch, war-, den. Board of directors are Abe Appel. Nate Askow, Richard Bergman. Isador Cohen, Alex Doughs.; Max Kriloff. Wilbur Loewenberg, | Abraham Mindes. Morris Minov. Nate Perlmutter. Dave Reinwald. Morns Roth. Arthur Spiegel, Phil Thau. Ben Toby. Morris Urist, Murray Weil. Advisory board are Nathaniel Berenstein, Albert Feinberg. Dave Fenton. Frank Gordon. Morris [ Handel. Jack Klinger. Frank Kravit. Jerry Lelchuk, Sam Lichtenstein, Sam Malow, Nate Packer, I Marcus Paulson, Dave Sail, Max] Siegal. Joseph Schleider. Charles Sommer and Nat Wolf son. Adm. Jomn M. Will, president of American Export Lines, is visiting the Miami area this week to meet with Florida Travel agents to discuss plans for the company's new passenger liner, SS Atlantic. The Atlantic will call Oct. 13 at Port Everglades to embark several hundred passengers for a 3S-day cruise to the Mediterranean. iyjCUST BROS R> Recently-elected officers of Congregation Etz Choim, 408 16th st., Miami Beach. Seated (left to right) are "Noimon Kaplan, president; Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky. spiritual leader; and Morris Brafman, vice president. Standing cam Hyman Zaidman; Morris Steinbock. financial secretary; Alex Heiman; A. Safra, recording secretary; and Sam Orlin. — OUR SPECIALTY — NICE, THICK, JUICY PRIME RIBS OF BEEF &f 3.95 -AM* TNI YfRT BIST ftf TwWNf aUMQUIT-ACfUTIfS Candlelight Inn 1111 Commodore Pleas Cscoest Grove HENRY LEITSON, Mar. mm lareesf Fessffy Trade ;. Nark* ON 7T* ST. CAUSEWAY fif^Sii KM DINNtt AT THI STIINWAY LATH. 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Page 10-A Friday. Jun# 17, 1955 1 With By HILARY MIMMM A Jewish Author Would Clearly be Labeled Anti-Arab TEMPERAMENT AND CHARACTER OF THE ARABS. By SMIM H*mdy. PhD. 25 pp. N*w York: Twiym Publishers, Inc., 31 Union Square Wttt. $5.00. I EBANON BORN Dr. Sania Hamady is an assistant pro!" fessor in the Department of Human Relations at the University of Miami and a consultant in community development at the Protestant Service Bureau here. Her hook on the character of the Arab peoples, far from being either eulogy or apologia, is so objective that it often seems unduly severe. Were it written by a Jew, this book would risk being labeled anti-Arab. On being read by a Jew, whose existing antipathies towards Arabs are only too easy to evoke, one might find an interesting reaction to this severity, one almost in defense of these bewildering people. It simply seems incredible that any group should • be, en masse, so thoroughly unpleasant. For the personality prafiMTTS Br.'Ham'adT UfWrll, silhouettes nothing that can find favor in Western eyes. Characteristics to which the author refers again and again indicate that the typical Arab is suspicious, pessimistic, joyless, arrogant, boastful, inflammatory in speech, a big talker but a small doer, a liar, easily led, unoriginal, lazy (manual and farm labor is disdained), poor in logic, and dogmatic. Even those characteristics on the brighter side of the coin are dimmed in Dr. Hamady's analysis. The tremendous hospitality of the Arabs and their intense loyalty to family and friends (but not to the larger group-r-the nation) are both seen in the book as motivated not by virtue but by the desire to maintain reputation. Indeed, what other people think of him is far more important to the"" Arab than any abstract moral precept, so much so that Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Misconceptions of Jewish Agency Reorganization THE REORGANIZED Jewish Agency in New York is still looking around j for a person qualified for the post of its 1 permanent representative in Israel. This person will actually be a kind of ambassador of American Jewery to Israel, inasmuch as all elements of American Jewry—Zionist and non Zionist—are now | in fact represented on the Agency's new I board of directors. This person will hold the key to the spending of the funds raised in this country by the United Jewish Appeal for work in Israel through the Jewish Agency. There are some who try to link the reorganization of the Jewish Agency with an alleged "ultimatum" given by the U.S. Treasury Department to the United Jewish Appeal with regard to the Agency'ssubventions to constructive Overseas Newsletter: B y EllAHU SAiPETER Aspects of a Trial Jerusalem AS IP FATE wanted to under** score the symbolic aspect of the case, Adolf Eichmann, author of the "final solution'' of the Jewish problem, was apprehended by members of the Israel Secret Service almost exactly 15 years after he disappeared in the collapsing. Nazi Reich, and almost exactly 12 years after the establishment of the Jewish State. Naturally, the news of Eichmann's capturevas the central subject of interest in Israel ever since the capture was announced by Prime Minister Ben-Gurion in one of the most dramatic moments in the history of the Kenesset. There were several aspects of the case that were and are still being widely discussed. First of all, a feeling of great pride was sensed by Israelis in the fact that it was the Israel Secret Service which succeeded in apprehending the criminal, whereas Secret Services of many great powers failed to discover his traces. It was felt that a Service which could pull off this feat can be relied upon to do its job in the fields related to the national security. Interestingly, there was a segment of the population which felt that Eichmann should not have been brought to Israel to stand trial. These people thought that, having discovered the man who is considered to be among the main accomplices in the murder of six million Jews, he should have been shot on the spot and the matter closed. These people fear the results of the trial, which is likely to bring again to mind the inhuman experience of the Nazi period—something that may be traumatic for the hundreds of thousands of Israelis who experienced personally the Nazi regime in Europe, or whose relatives were murdered by the Nazis during the war. These people also genuinely feared that the trial would elicit some of the baser emotions of crude revenge and brutality among Eichmann's lormer victims. However, for the overwhelming majority of the Israel people, there was a deep satisfaction — transcending the mere desire for revenge—in perceving again a glimpse of the historic event that oourred in the life of the Jewish people: the man who wanted to exterminate the Jewish people will now be tried, under the due process of law, by a Jewish Court in the sovereign Jewish State. Psychologically, the review of the Nazi atrocities may indeed act as a traumatic experience. But it may be one of those experiences which are sometimes necessary, for a person as well as a nation, to regain its full emotional balance. And also, while the importance of the knowledge that "justice is done" may sound like a phrase, it has a very real meaning for those who for 15 years awaited and hoped for it. There is no doubt that the Eichmann trial will have many important practical and political ramifications. enterprises of the political parties in Israel. This is entirely without foundation. I am in a position to state that in the discussions between the Treasury Department and the UJA, these subventions were not even once mentioned. Nor. for that matter, did the Treasury Department as much as suggest that in its view UJA funds had been diverted to non-philanthropic purposes. Any and all reports and rumors that the tax-exempt status of the UJA was in jeopardy are completely untrue. Also untrue are reports that the Treasury Department gave UJA the ultimatum to discontinue subsidies to the constructive enterprises of political groups in Israel. These subsidies have never been granted by UJA, but have been given by the Jewish Agency in support of the welfare of the political parties. Essentially they have been in lieu of the aid the Jewish Agency would have had to provide for the new immigrants. The Jewish Agency voluntarily decided to discontinue these subsidies as of the end of this year. But this is because the Agency found it increasingly difficult to explain to Western-oriented Jews that political parties have, for historical reasons, assumed welfare functions and actually conduct welfare programs. Incidentally, these parties may now embark on independent campaigns in the United States for funds for such programs. And speaking of the talks between the Treasury Department and the United Jewish Appeal, the full story of these talks can now be told. About a year ago, the Treasury Department issued invitations to representatives of the UJA and of other major American organizations—Jewish and non-Jewish—engaged in overseas relief to discuss a proposed directive regarding American control of funds on overseas projects. The directive provided that for any given organization to qualify for tax-exempt status under the U.S. tax laws, Americans would have to exercise control over the expend iture of the organization's funds on the overseas projects. The proposed directive presented no problem to the UJA insofar as the operation of the Joint Distribution Committee—which is one of the major partners in the UJA—were concerned. However, it did have a bearing on the UJA concerning the funds turned over to the United Israel Appeal— the second major partner in the UJA—for transmission to the Jewish Agency. This is because control over the expenditures of JDC funds abroad rests exclusively with Americans, while no such American control is exercised over the funds spent by the Jewish Agency in Israel. Three alternatives were considered for establishing such a control system: controls by the UJA, or by the U1A, or by the Jewish Agency for Israel in New York. The first of these alternatives was ruled out on the ground that the UJA is a fund-raising organization and should not assume a functional role with respect to the activities of one of its constituent agencies. The second alternative was discarded because the U1A, being a skelton organization, would have to set up an apparatus which would have been prohibitively costly. The third alternative—the reorganization of the Jewish Agency into a body providing the requiste control—was therefore the logical choice. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ "people Bve according to the proverb: 'Where you are not known do whatever you like'." Equally shocking to Wes. teroers steeped in the Judaeo-Christian morality is tk. proverb, "A concealed sin is two-thirds forgiven Truth itself is not an absolute; "the Arab has scruples about lying if by it be obtains his objective" Giving, even within the close-knit familial group, is not so cherished a quality as is its expected repayment The Arab is human but not humane." says Dr. Hamady at one point. And while she explains many of these disturbing traits in terms of their probable historical and traditional origins, it is difficult for the Westerner to allay bis auto. matic hostility, nevertheless. One mitigating factor—one with which Dr. Hamady who is primarily a scholar, would certainly agree—j s t ne danger in ascribing "national characteristics" blanketly to a whole group. It is a danger which Jews know only too well, and from which they have suffered horribly, A second factor is the author's own note that her book may not apply to some exceptional Arab groups, and that many of these things are in a process of change at the moment anyhow. The reader would do well to bear this constantly in mind, I think. The book, while somewhat repetitious, makes excellent use of secondary source material, much of it by authors well-known to Jews—Raphael Patai and Reuben Levy, for instance. Its main use, I hope, will be not as*a convenient reference for prejudice, but as a guide to understanding these oppressed, unhappy people: followed by (one hopes, one whispers) the peace that passeth understanding? / %  B .' -mm UN Listening Pest: By SAUl CARSON Isaiah is Forgotten United Nations [THE PROPHET Isaiah express I %  ed "the ancient dream of manB kind" which is also "the dream inspiring fhe Charter of the United j Nations." No less an authority Ion the Charter than Dag HammarIskjold is authority for that stateI ment. But, like everything else worthwhile -trom the use of atomic energy for peaceful purposes to freedom from oppression for all peoples, large and small—the discovery of Isaiah s dream is claimed by the Russians. Furthermore, they do so without credit to the ancient Prophet of Israel. On a beautiful spring day, in the rose garden north of the General Assembly building here, a new statue was unveiled. It is an impressive, nine-foot sculp ture of a man beating a sword into a ploughshare." The work of a Russian sculptor, Evgeniy Vuchetich, that statue won the "Grand Prix" diploma at the Brussels World Exhibition in 1958. Now the USSR has donated the statue to the UN.. -On a broad, granite base, it stands above the flowers in the garden. On the base are inscribed these words: We shall beat our. swords into ploughshares." The origin of that phrase is not indicated. Presumably, the idea was born in the Kremlin. Israelis, and other Jews, visting the United Nations have seen that quotation from Isaiah before. It is inscribed at the side of a stairway on the United Nations Plaza, opposite the UN enclave. There, too, Isaiah's "dream" of a world at peace is cited—and there, too, Isaiah is not mentioned as the author. The UN is not at fault for that oversight. It took Hammarskjold, now, in accepting the Rose Garden statue formally from the Soviet representative, to recall that the "dream" emanated from Isaiah. After pointing out that the .statue "gives symbolic expression" to Isaiah's words, the Secretary General said: "Lei us hope that, through continued patient efforts of all peoples and governments, assisted by this Organization, the day will indeed come when swords will be beaten into ploughshares. Dr. Goldmann is Made an Honorary Citizen I SEE BY the Israeli papers that Dr Nahum Goldmann has been made an I honorary citizen of Herzlia. In re sponding to the honor, Dr. GoldmannI said he had been made also an honorary! citizen of Buenos Aires, but he plan* eventually to settle down as an active citizen of Herzlia. Herzlia today is one of the "prides" 1 of Israel. It was founded back in 1925 by the American Zion Commonwealth. I remember the great stench created then. It was charged that the Zion Commonwealth had terribly wasted funds in buying the land. Its the old story. Many Americans said the same thing when Jefferson bought the Louisana territory When Seward bought Alaska from Russia, a lot of Americans said good old U.S.A. money had been thrown away for an ice box." UC* When the Dutch bought Manhattan from the Indian! for 24 "talers," some of the Dutch were outraged for 24 dollars, they said, you could get four cases of beer. That Dutchmen could be so "shtoopid," they said, was incredible. The 24 dollars invested in the West IndieDutch had also made settlements, would have 1 more profitable. In the West Indies, they pointed out. sugar was raised, which was like cash in the bank, but y u couldn't raise sugar in Manhattan. What was Manhattan good for? The word Manhatti" in Indian language meant "the place where we got drunk You could raise Cain in Manhattan but you couldn't mitt sugar out of this kind of Cain. Later when the British seized Manhattan, the Dutci were glad to make a treaty with them in which they surrendered their rights to Manhattan in exchange for son* Guinia colony where sugar was raised.



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Friday. June 17. I960 LEGAL NOTICE +Je*sfi neradi&n Page 11-A _.„.NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I tu/ NOTICE is HEVBBYOIVK& ,„;„ mi i., engage In ,u ,. \ vv x> :' ,' A '." n IN,i '"" %  -Mli Avenue, M Florid*, and lni.,,1, name with the CM of ,1. H >i;i:v .i. KIIJIENIIAIV BreHARD .M.TMi, i:,,',r""' Attorney fur Applicant t_ 6/3-10-17-24 %  V lw H fN,S 0U ^J Y n.^ UDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA, IN PROBATE IN RE: ,,M : „ N ;, 49M4 B KDWARI i w. HVAN %  lined. T „ ...NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A ( redltor. and All Persons l lavIC-tat. '""* "'' DemaJM,B A^alMt Saul You HIP hereby notified and required to pus.nl any claims ami demands whlrh you may have attains! '"tale of EDWARD W KYANde ceased late of Dade Cntintv, Florida to J ...' oun, y Judges of Made County and file the same In their offices In "limy ( .nuthouse In Dade Colin^ n .r.ll *' .J* ,, N n e,Knt flendaimonth!from the date of the first publication hereof, or the name will be barred. ARTHUR G. GOTTLIEB. Attorney for Administrator, Edward Ryan. £% T S\l R G U TT LIEB, Attorney 820 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami. Kla. 6/3-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY ,„ No >C 4983 JOY R SHARKEY, Plaintiff, EUGENE r, SHARKEY, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: EUGENE 1SHARKEY Petersburg HoU I Petersburg. Virginia YdC ARE NOTIFIED that a Comat for Divorce has been filed against Mm in the Circuit Court of tlie Kiev, nth Judicial Circuit In and for I'ol. County, Florida. Chancery -.,No (0C HTM b) i"V u SHARKEY. ami yon are hereby required to < rve a copy of your Answer there) i on AI.V.IN S. .'AWN. Plaintiffs \> torney, at one Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida, ami fli. nal Answer In the Office of the k ..1 the Circuit Court on at I" July :.. ll-ilu. otherwise said Complaint will lie taken as confessed by you. Dated Ma; 27, 19fi0. I.EATHERM \N. Clerk. ill Court, Dade County, Florida B| : 8 ii RICE, .IK/ Deputy clerk 6 3-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 5098 MAItY HUBERT, l'lalntfff, vs. BBRMAN HE BERT, Defendant. AMENDED NOTICE TO APPEAR 'Hi: HERMAN HUBERT Residence Unknown Yr AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for divorce has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, J. DAVID I.1EBMAN. 80 B.B. First Avenue, Miami, Florida and file the original In the office, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11th day of July; <|lhrrwlse the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as null seed >>> yon. Mated this 7th day of June A.D., 1 'II'I' E B LKATIIEKMAN. Clark, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M I.YMAN. Deputy ciork J. DAVID LIEPMAN Attorney for the Plaintiff ;n s E First Avenue Miami. Florida 8/10-17-24,7/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 48755-C IN RF": Eattt< "f l.n.I.IAN MABEL CUAIQ, eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM Creditors and All Persons HavIna '"'aims or Demands Against Said 'YOAC are hereby notified and reniilred to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of LILLIAN MAM,. CRAIC deceased late of Dade founO, Florida, to the County Judges of Date County, and file the same In their offices in the PounlV Co r hol "?, I ,i J Dade county. Florida, within eight Calendar months from the date the first publication hereof or WUnm Ju h (.N b M r "FAXON, Executri* HARRY HOVSEN. Attorney 306 Blscayne Building Miami 32, Florida WiM Y HCNRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N' 'TICK IS HEREHY GIVEN that lh.. undersigned, desiring to Ihe fictitious names uf s. .\ Nli T and oi M M-H.V.JANI > TOTTENHOFF LNSIIIANCE ABE.N' > at MS Aim. rla, Coral I iabli I. Fla., intend to regialei said na nea with .-Hi-Clerk A i hi Clscuu i 'aurl ".' e County, Ploi THE! H II IRF: SI ICII V BJN TOTTENHOFF a 10-17-24, 7/1 "All right, go and say it it's because we went fishing on Shabbas." COST, lttt, Ltouari PHtlki* J LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VILI*A D'EBTE VALET at 813 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to rcgIster said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MINNIE SIMON, Bole owner \IYI:KS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attoinaya '. r Applicant iK.'i S.W. 1st St:, .1 6/10-17-24. 7'1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JWD.CIAL CIRCUIT. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 59C-3633 JAMEfl I' MII.'K \i:. JR., Plaintiff, HARRTBT M. MacRAB, I'ifendanT. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: II VRRJET M MacRAB, 1 Walk 27 Conaraaalonal \' Buffalo. New York You HARRIET M MacRAE are hi raby notified that an Amended Complaint for Divorce has been filed asatnst you. and you are requi-ni to -. rve .i ,. py of your Answ.f or Pleading to the Amended Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, RICHM"M' A W01..PKON. One Lincoln Rtuid RulldInc Miami Rear'). Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit c.cnt on or before the 11th day of July, 190. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Rill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH Fl ORID1AN. HONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 2nd day of June, A.D 1980. E. B. TJCATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. D-ide County Florida (seal) a By: L. SNEEPEN, Deputv clerk 6/10-17-24. 7/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 49787-C IN RE: Fistate of HANNAH GREENWALD, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peraona Having i" aims or i %  tjjralnal Bald You are hereby notified and retjulred %  .' any claims and demand* which you may have aaalnal the eatati of HANNAH OREENWA] i' i %  ••. -'.I 'I. of -Hi. Pnunty, t. ih.County Judges of Dade County, and file thi mm :i their of: i,-^|n i he Count ISI n 1 lade within eiahl ,,i, ndar months from the date .if thl : i 'ion hereof, oi I'Isame ^ili be tarred. ELIZABETH Rl >SNER N'MIE SI. I 'I'M. I< J. N. Ml >RRI8, At ton Ri4 Ingraham r.ldg. Miami, Florida 6/3-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 5207-N SARA IRIAR1 E, Plaintiff, vs. ''ASA MARIA, INC .i Florida "i pi' alo n and PEDRfJ PEN A, I'. irti.lants. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: All Peraona Interested. v. n an hen by notified to be an appear before the Honorable Joe Eaton, "tie of the Judges of Hie above styled Court, In the Dade Count} courthouse at Miami. Florida at !>:l" o'cli*k A.M., on the 21st da\ of July. I960; and then and there show .-ause. If any you ca'h, by answer duly filed is raquJred by law, why the not. and mortgage described in the petition on illi h.'iein, of which the attached are true rcples, which note Is secured by the mortgage recorded In Mortgage Hook 74, page 47, of the Public Records of Dude County, F'lorida, Which said note and mortgage are alleged In said petition to have been lost, mislaid or stolen, should not be re-.sial, llsh.d. and as to which aald note and mortgage the said petition pVaya that a true and correct copy thereof i established as and In lieu of the original note and mortgage. Herein fall not. Witness my hand and seal ..i sal.' Court, at Miami, I-ade County, Florida, this 7th day or June, 1980. F:. B. LEA THERM \N M Clerk of said Court. ".ill By: K M. I.YM AN. Deputy clerk fllno P. Negrettl A Herman Cohen Attorn. %  > s f.. : Pel ItlOm is I :v : II. rii an i 'ohetl 1-17-M. 7 of the fi'3-in-17-J4 NOT CE UNDER nfTlTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS ft BREBT OIVHN that the underaigned, desiring to engage in SPSenULaft K"oJ ORIDA; K ^ M fANDY CO.. at 2300 N.W. 3th Street Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of I>ade County, Hoi" 1 LAURA l.EE CANOMIVJJW. sei.h Altschnller. President K'\ MANNHE1MER Attorneys for Laura Lee < "^''••j^ NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K is HEREIN '.IV EN mat .sl'inc to engage In buW v" Rm i-'-n UN^at -0 N W 117th Avenue. Miami. Florida. and inten's to %  "" n n1 W |,,, ircuit < ourt of Dade c .i-nlv. I .,„.„ ; E1CHENBA1 M. %  owner 'R!' AI Ts-l.fl.KR Attorney for AppltoUl i/S 10 ]7 .„ NOTICE TO CRED.TORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. A9S07 In It, : ESTATE OF IRENE O. GREEN, I > %  .-ased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands against .' %  "•Id Fs'atr: You. and each of you, ara notified and ixpilred to present j,tiy claims and demands which yoUj Of • ithcr of vou, may have ic.,:,,-! Ilu State Of IRENE fj. ORBEN di lite of Dade County. Florida, to the %  fonorable County Judges Of County, and file the sain.'it thiir offices lo the county Courthouse in Made County. F'lorida. Within eight 'alendar months ftom the data tha fl-st pui'l'catlon hereof. 8uM claims or demands to contain the 'egal address of the claimant and !" he sworn to and preoantod as aforesaid, or same will be barred. I' t.d May 31st. A.D. IMA OSCAR F". (1RREN. As Executor of the IJISI Will and Tatament of IRENE 0. QRHEN, Deo. BEN ESSEN Attorney for F^xecntor. 6/10-17-24.7/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 60C 49*0 MARY N. GOLDEN, Plaintiff, GERALD J. GOLDEN. 1 irfendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU. GBRALD .1. GOLDEN, 24 F11more Place, White Plains, New York, are notified to servo a copv of your answer to the Divorce Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, Harrv Housen, 305 Plficaync Building. Miami, Florida, and file original with C'erk of thl s Court on or before July .">, 1960, otherwise Complaint will be confessed by yon. DATED May 26. INI E. B l-EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.YM AN, Deputv Clark 6'3-10-17-24 NOTICE TO CRED TORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 45447 In Re: ESTATE OF FANNY PIRATENSKY GCRKIN ased. To AM Creditors and All Person* Having claims or Demands Against t lid Es'ate: Yon. and each of you, are hereby notified and required 1 t any claims and demands which you. ir either of vou. may have ava 1 Of FANNY PIRATENSKY GHRKIN deceased late nf Dade County. Florida to the Ho Count-. Judges of Dade County, and 'lie the fame In their offices In the County Courthouse In Pad.I Florida, w'thtn eight calendar months from 'he date of the first ;d claims or conjaln the legal address of the rlalm%  as afori ame wll' he barred. ri. A.D. MAX ERMCIIS 1 at Will pnd T f FANNY PIKATKN UCIN. lay for FJxeculor 6/10-17-24,7/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49813-B IN RE: Estate of BERNARD WEINSTOCK" I '. 11 ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Sa.d Batata: I are hereby not Hied and. re%  IDlrid to present any claims and demands which vim may have against the estate of BERNARD VVEINSTIII'K deceased late of Pade County. Florida, to the County Judgea of Pade County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse in Oade County, Florida, within eight oalendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. HELEN WEINRTOCK, i:\eciitrlx of Estate NEON \ EPSTEIN, Attorney 4i'" Lincoln Road Miami Peach. Florida 6/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY, No. 60C 5085 SERVCi. \ SANl 'H EZ, PI JUAN SANCHEZ, 1 '1 :• ndam SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JC\N SANCHEZ al \. a JCAN SANCHEZ are notified lhat a liill of Complaint t,.;1 >i\. n 1 .1 eon) of your Anawer or Plaadlngj to th. 1:111 ..r Complain! an tha plalntifTa Attorney. kflLLICBNT l:!:\SS I'El.i E, 311 Indue! lal National Bans Building. Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office '.f the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or I', for. the ".th day of July, 1988 If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded, in th* Bill of Complain!. Thla notice shall be published .-nor each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDtAN PONE AND ORDERED al Miami Florida, ihi 8 Is! day of June, A. D. 1960. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Pade Counly. Florida 's, ail By: K. M. i.YMAN, Deputy Clerk MIl.l.lc'ENT RRA8B PELLE 311 Industrial Nat'l. Hank Bldg. Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 6'3-10-17-24 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^Jewisti ftarkUalrt sblicifs your legal notices. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-465 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned!, desiring to engage in business under Ihe fictitious name of WASH FAIR at 221 7rd Street. Miami lleach, Florida intends to regIsler said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Oade County, Florida. MAX NYF:R H. I. FliJCHRACH Attorney for Max Nyer 19 W. Plai-lcr St. Miami, Florida I 17, •; 1-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEHFIBY (JIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TEMPO SALES at 3010 Coral Way. Mian)l, Fla., intends to register s.od name with the Clerk of th Circu't Court of Dade County, F'lorida. RONALD RYMONDS Sole (inner MARVIN I. WIENER attorney for Applicant 13 Atnetey p.idg. Miami ii, Florida .'./27. fi/:l-10-l7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. 'N DROBATE No. 49745-C IN RE: Estate of UATIO 10SHPH MUSCAT, ai-o known as HORATIO J. MUSCAT, I le NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hav•nir Claims, or Demand* Against Said Estate: You are he'-ehy notified and reniilred to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, ave acalnst the estate of IliiR\TI JOSEPH MVSOAT. also known ss HORATIO 1 MUSCAT, deceased F'lorida. to the nf I lade "o'nty, nnrt file the same In their iflced 'n the Oountv Courtho Ity, Florida, witlrln irht from the date of thfirst publication hereof Said claims 'lands to contain the lenal ad'' the claimant and to be sworn %  ••111 he |.-i 1.16 of hate Aid flB!. • • WARY MILLER. Ag Will and T. ;ament of Horatio J also k itio J. 'eoeased. Co Blry stone, ">1" Bldi.'., Miami. Fla. Attorney for Executrix 6/3-10-17-21 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha the underelgned, deaftriiig t. eng) business under the fictitious nami 0 lOBY'H \I'T' SERVICE al N E %  :.1nl (street. North Miami Bead F'la.. Intends to reglater said namwith the Clerk Of 'he Circuit Court o Made Count v. Florida. JOSEPH MiiESARK SAM I El, II STARK \'torney for Applicant !7 Coral w'ay, Miami. Fla. -, 27. ii.1-10-1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 4492 PEDRO ORTIZ • Plalnilff CARMEN 01'N Z A I. EZ. Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION YOU: CARMEN GONZALEZ, JAvrv\ PUERTO RICO, are notified thai a Complaint for Divorce has been filed analnst you by PEI'RO ORVIZ *)nd you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint on Olno P. Negretti, 910 Contrress Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original In the Cleifea Office on or before the 20lh day of June, I960. If vou fall to do SO a Decree Pro-Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 13th day of May. 1960. A.D. F: 11 LEATHERMAN, Clark, Circuit Court, Pads County, Florida 1 s.,,1) by: K. M I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk. '.'20-27. 6'3-10 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY


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lay, June 17, I960 *Je*is*nmrl<1ff,n Page 7-B A Woman Foreign Minister Reports to Miami \ wK%* rB %  t i jMrs. A. Herbert Mathes was I recently installed president ol [the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai at a luncheon in (the Fontainebleau hotel. liamian Gets eshiva Degree Mclvin S. Sachs, of 123 SW 31st t.. Miami, will receive a Bachelor f Arts degree from Yeshiva Uni|ersity in New York this week. Sachs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barey Sachs, will receive his degree rom Yeshiva Cortege, the univer%  ty's undergraduate school for pen. [A Dean's List student throughlit his college career, Sachs was re president of the student orinization. ••or the first time in the history of Jews, our new generation docsnt know the humiliation of being Jewish," JsraeJ, fooeign Minister (.olft-, Meir declared before some 1,000 persons attending a function last Thursday sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Bond '"^mittee m the Fontainebleau hotel. "Ire. Me'r was he-* to present Miami with a "Decade City Award for its outstanding participation in the Israel Bond campaign since its inception ten years ago. Miami is one of four such cities throughout the world to receive the award. In response. Greater Miami Jewish community leader* purchased a recerc* total of $1,150,000 :n bonds at the function. Mrs. Meir's remark highlighted Israel's increasing relationships with the newly-emerging nations of Asia and Africa. "Other countries," Mrs. Meir said, "have more know-how technically and agriculturally. Why do nations like Ghana. Nigeria, Congo and Burma turn to us for assistance and friendship?" It is because "few peoples in the ; world outside of the African continent understand them — or even wish them well from the bottom of their hearts as we do," Israel's Foreign Minister declared. "Although we have thrown off the shackles of our degradation and insult, the memory of slavery is still vivid among us. The crime of the Asians and Africans is the 'color of their skin. This is a crime we, as Jews, can easily overlook. jThey, too, are emerging from slavery. Our hand is extended to them in friendship." Israeli relationships with these newly emerging nations probably Left to right are Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board of governors, and Samuel Oritt and Jack A. Cantor, general chairmen. Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee. They accept "Decade City Award" from Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreign Minister oi Israel, at an Israel Bond function here last week at the Fontainebleau hotel Miami was one of four cities throughout the world to receive the award "in recoqnilion oi extraordinary and outstanding efforts in behalf of Israel's economic development through State of Israel Bonds.'' represent Mrs. Meir's greatest contribution to her government's emergence on the international scene. The reason lies in what Mrs. Meir declared to be "the Arab failure to offer us a similar hand of friendship." The Nasser blockade of the Suez Canal has largely dampened the Jewish State's effort at commer cial and other exchange contactwith the European continent. Bu' trade with Asia and Africa has been brisk from the southern port of Elath, Israel's window to the East. It was the freedom of this p->rt ; and the waterway through the Straits of Tiran that Israel secure-! in the October. 1956 campaign against Egypt's dictatorial Nasser. Refering to this military action. Mrs. Meir charged that "we were strongly criticized in high circles despite the fact that a massive Confirmed last week at Temple Ner Tamid were (left to right) lArlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rothlein; Bonnie, IrJaughter of Mrs. Anita Tischler; and Caren, daughter of Mr. |and Mrs. Alvin Savage. The confirmands addressed a ceremonial audience on "Judaism as a Way of Life." Rabbi EuIgene Labovitz and Cantor Samuel Gomberg officiated. Parlents were hosts at a reception following the confirmation. DU ... t^ocialite v Continued frem Page IB Jodi's the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 1100 [SW 23rd ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller, 2281 SW 22nd ter. Mt Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Feil off to Highland Park, III., to attend [the confirmation of their grandson, David Pepperberg .From here, Ruth and Stan leave for Cleveland, O., to visit his brother, [Dr. Harold Feil Then, it's vacation for the Feils somewhere in lew Hampshire Double Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid on June 4 iBarry Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, had lots of relaItives coming from New York, including his grandmothers, Mrs. jBet.sie Brown and Mrs. Edith Rosenberg, as well as Mr. and Mrs. (David Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown Sander Nat Heilig, son oi the Jack J. Heiligs, had relatives arriving from Chicago, including his folks, grandfather, Norman S. Kaufman, and grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Heilig. i, %  n a n i sm lionww'M' nw w.' i m m DE LUXE CABANAS MIWINOW to NOVEMBER 1st f.om %  lUU e 6 PERSONS Thrill to all the wondarful pleasure, of thie •10,000.000 reiort world — you t •vorythlno, our rooular gutsU onjoy -including •*•'•• %  ; poppin. a whole new world of entertainment pleaeure! Superwieed ply area for children, teenage rumpue room, health club, eteam rooms, aolaria, pooleide bar. eviLLe Unique Hotel Guide Available A unique but simple metho I of indicating the costs of accommodations at all of its member-motels has been adopted by Coneress of Motor Hotels, international organization of independent motel operators, in the new Spring-Summer edition of its Free Travel Guide, which is distributed to travelers by all of its members in the continental United States and the major Canadian provinces. Early surveys by the Congress organization indicate that 1960 will be the greatest travel year ever recorded, with better than 75 per cent of the travel on the nation's highways, and with 90 per cent stopping for one or more nights at motels. Across the top of each page of the convenient pocket-size Guide %  panel is imprinted which indij cates the varied accomodations available to guests — a room for I one person or a room for. two persons to occupy either one or two beds. The reader can follow down a column, and for each motel there is shows the minimum and maximum rates for each motel, together with a brief description of the available facilities of the mo tel, and the name of the owner or manager. Copies are available at Congress of Motor Hotels, 2503 Santa Monica blvd., Santa Monica, Calif. —S.T. Group Approves Members Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. i this week approved the following for membership: Charles Charcowsky, real estate; Jack Gcartn e r, manufacturer's representative; Sydney Cans, merchant; j M. L. Goldman, builder; Dr. and | Mrs. Thomas 0. Ott; Donald S. Rose, attorney; and Louis Spector, General Capital Corporation. Tifereth Israel Card Party Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hood was to meet Thursday, 8:30 ning at the Center, 6500 N. Miami ave., on June 22. buildup of armament in the Sinai Peninsula waa then taking plat "Every nation," she ckai "takes as its sacred riEht power of self-defense. Bui Unael •(cms to be denied that righ! In an obvious retcrenec to i'n -ident Eisenhower, the Israeli woman diplomat declared that "we were promised by great men of the impending action of the family of nations in the event Nasser closed the Suez Canal to us. "We are a patient people," sate •aid. "Thank Cod, we don't have torely on these men for our upbuilding. For the family of nations has done nothing despite the fact that blockade is a violation of the United Nations charter." Declaring that "we will not give up for a moment the battle for freedom of shipping through the Suez," Mrs. Meir turned to the brighter side of the boycott and added: "But Suez is not seen a critical setback for us as it might have been had we failed to secure Elath." Thus the brilliance of Mrs. Meir's fundamental reliance upon Israeli identification with the emerging nations of Asia and Africa emerged in its fundamental light as a winning policy of social and economic advantage forged from the bleak elements of current military necessity. In a reference to the Israel Bond program which supports the upbuilding of the nation, Mr. Meir Mid that "every stone, every grain of sand, talk* history to us." Refuting as "nonsense and absurdity" those who ask Israel to compromise while exerting no such simitar pressures on the Arabs, she continued: "Our history shows our massive determination to survive. The recent uncovering of the now famous Bar Kochba letters proves that our land speaks to us from the past and underscores the right of our sovereignty. No one can remove us from our land." Said the Foreign Minister: "There is more joy for us in the purchase of tractors and water pipes than in planes which cost a minimum of a million dollars each and which may become obsolete in six months. But we shall do what we must to survive—and to grow." — Leo Mirtdlin. FOI INFORMATION CAU MR. DON JE 2-2511 I IK Co/of Way Registration Coral Way Jewish Center preschool will hold registration for pupils on June 21, from 10 to 12 noon. Individual classes will be held for each age level, from three through kindergarten. Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, who holds a Florida license in elementary education and is certified by the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be director of the school. Curriculum includes arts and crafts, music, science, trips, outdoor play, and a Jewish program centered around the holidays and Sabbath. 4fl£ i A t II, BEST! AT OLD ORCHARD BEACH. MAINE Lafayette Hotel and Cottages + DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN -fc DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED AMERICAN PLAN • FAMILY PLAN • EUROPEAN PLAN (June and Sept. onl\) An unpretentious vacation spot for real rest, recreation and relaxation! Fine Golf Courses and Pari-Mutual Racing nearby. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND BROCHURE. ADDRESS: LAFAYETTE HOTEL, OLD ORCHARD BEACH, MAINE SAUL GOODKOWSKY, M|> HAROID OOOOKOWSKY. An. Mgr. there's more of everything at BROWNS FABULOUS JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLUB CATAUNA INDOOR POOL & HEALTH CLUB It's no secret! We pamper our guests—you'll find that BROWNS is heaven on earth-All Sport Activities—Private Lake—Free Form Ow> door Pool—Elevator Service—Air Conditioning '- —Delectable Food—Supervised Children's Day TQ?_ K 'J i *! n ^ Camp-Nite Patrol-2 Kiddie Pools; Entertainment features Sfon of Broadway emd HoHywooJ— Continuous Dancing with Herb Sherry Orch.— Pete Terrace latin Music—Not Brooks in the Brown Derby. JEMY LEWIS TEEK-A6E FAN CLUB • PLAMHCO SOCIALS AND FUN MIME BUDGET RATiS FREE GOLF 2 NEW R.G.A. COURSES S£r* BROWN'S "•" loch Sheldrake, New York • Hurleyville 450 FOR RESERVATIONS; DIRECT WIRE WAtkins 4-7470



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Page 8-A +Jm ist ftcrMian Friday. June 17. I960 Hollywood Temple Nears Completion garden and is surrounded by stained glass panels depicting the twelve tribes of Israel. Architect's view of new Temple Beth El of Hollywood, now nearing completion. Architects are Smith and Korach, A.I.A., Miami. Now -nearing completion on a ten-acre site on S. 14th st. between Rodman and Wilev its in Hollywood is Temple Beth El. Spearheaded by A. Mailman, president and donor of^he elual ("are Fund exceeding Slim.UK! it your a—urjnce of ill nevaochaosHng U-auu ... And lliere are no lave-. MSSlimSlHI or maintenance rests. Your initial CO*) need be your only one. Detail. Kill be gladly furm.hed, in your home, by mail or pbone. MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY f J 6503 Northw-st 3rd St. Plane MOhawfc 1-74W FOR DETAILS WRITE TO • Mount Nebo Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami. Florida Pirate tend mr. „uhout obligation, full details on Family Burial Eslalrs in Mount \rho. Name Address < s Z one State



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Sm*k %  iT ii i lay. June 17, 1960 % Jenitfi rtrrirfirtn Page 7-B A Woman Foreign Minister Reports to Miami "For the first lime in the history of Jews, our new generation docsn t know the humiliation of being Jewish,JsraeJ, Koueign Minister Gol.ti Meir declared before some 1,000 persons attending a function last Thursday sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Bond remittee in the Fontainebleau hotel. Mr Melr was hr-n (o present Miami with a "Decade City Award" for its outstanding participation in the Israel Bond campaign since its inception ten years ago. Miami is one of four such cities throughout the world to receive the award. In response. Greater Miami Jewish community leader* rurchased a record total of $1,150,000 :n bonds at the function. rs. A. Herbert Mathes was ^cenlly installed president of |e Women's Auxiliary of Sinai at a luncheon in be Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Meir's remark highlighted Israel's increasing relationships with the newly-emerging nations of Asia and Africa. "Other countries," Mrs. Meir said, "have more know-how technically and agriculturally. Why do nations like Ghana. Nigeria, Congo and Burma turn to us for assistance and friendship?" It is because "few peoples in the world outside of the African continent understand them — or even wish them well from the bottom Of their hearts as we do," Israel's I Foreign Minister declared. "Although we have thrown off the shackles of our degradation j and insult, the memory of slavery acts, mm of Mr. and Mrs. Baris sti n vivid among „,, The crime Sachs, will receive his degree 0 f the Asians and Africans is the |m Yesniva CoHage, the uruver-1 color of their skin. This is a crime IS undergraduate school for we, as Jews, can easily overlook. jThey, too, are emerging from slaDean's List student through??% %  JEJEL f eX ended t0 ws_ —11 o__i__ them in friendship. liamian Gets [eshiva Degree lelvin S. Sachs, of 123 SW 31st Miami, will receive a Baehclor (Arts degree from Yeshiva Uni-' pity in New York this week. Left to right are Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board of governors, and Samuel Oritt and Jack A. Cantor, general chairmen. Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee. They accept "Decade City Award" horn Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Minister of Israel, at an Israel Bond function here last week at the Fontainebleau hotel. Miami was one of four cities throughout the world to receive the award "in recognition of extraordinary and outstanding efforts in behalf of Israel's economic development through State of Israel Bonds." represent Mrs. Meir's greatest contribution to her government's emergence on the international scene. The reason lies in what Mrs. Meir declared to be "the Arab failure to offer us a similar hand of friendship." The Nasser blockade of the Suez buildup of armament in the Sinai Peninsula was then taking place. "Every nation." she ca "lakes as its sacred the power of self-defense. But Israel seems to be denied that right." In an obvious relcrence to President Eisenhower, the Israeli woman diplomat declared Ihnt we were promised by great men of the impending action of the family of nations in the event Nasser closed the Suez Canal to us. "We are a patient people," she said. "Thank God, we don't have to rely on these men for our upbuilding. For the family of nations has done nothing despite the fact that blockade is a vio. lation of the United Nations charter." Declaring that "we will not give up for a moment the battle* for freedom of shipping through the Suez." Mrs. Meir turned to the brighter side of the boycott and added: "But Suez is not such a critical setback for us as it might have been had we failed to seeure Elath." Thus the brilliance of Mrs. Meir's fundamental reliance upon Israeli identification with the emerging nations of Asia and Africa emerged in its fundamental light as a winning policy of social and economic advantage forged from the bleak trade with Asia and Africa has i been brisk from the southern port L, of Elath, Israel's window to the e emen,s of current military necesEast. "frit was the freedom of this port and the waterway through the Straits of Tiran that Israel secured in the October. 1956 campaign In a reference to the Israel Bond program which supports the upbuilding of the nation, Mrs. Meir said that "every stone. his college career, Sachs was, president of the student or-' Lization. Israeli relationships with these newly emerging nations probably Canal has largely dampened the %  Egypt's dictatorial Nasser, j WT grain of sand, talks history to us." Refuting as "norv sense and absurdity" those who ask Israel to compromise while exerting no such similar pressures on the Arabs, she eonJewish State's effort at commcr ti^'ilJ" **? A" 1 ^ aCtk>n I Mrs. Meir charged that "we were icial and other exchange contactstrongly criticized in high circles with the European continent. Bu' 'despite the fact that a massive Group Approves Members Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. this week approved the following Unique Hotel Guide Available A umcue but sunple method of {^JTSS'&J^S ££ ~_EEBA'ZZ&oZ tioued: "Our history shows our massive determination to survive. The recent uncovering of the now famous indicating the costs of accommodacowsky, real estate; Jack Geart land speaks to us from the past IllUH.lllir^ tlUT VU^IS Ul ClCVUIIIIUllUrt„,.*,. „ &f ,.„ — "V. opvano 1U Mi> ill/Ill cue Mrf.-'l tions at all of its member, motels ""• manufacturers represents.. Md underscores the right of our has been auopted by Coneress of | ve : ^," ey l",": rnercnant j sovereignty. No one can remove Motor Hotels, international organJ' ^-S? A nt, n i." us irorn our land ization of independent motel opMrs „ !" omas %  Donald S. Rose, attorney; and Louis Spector, aia tfte foreign Minister: erators, in the new Spring Summer ^nfirmed last week at Temple Ner Tamid were (left to right) |ilene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rolhlein; Bonnie, mghter of Mrs. Anita Tischler; and Caren, daughter of Mr. id Mrs. Alvin Savage. The confirmands addressed a ceremonial audience on "Judaism as a Way of Life." Rabbi Eune Labovitz and Cantor Samuel Gomberg officiated. Parits were hosts at a reception following the confirmation. "There is more joy for us in the purchase of tractors and water pipes than in planes which cost %  minimum of a million dollars each and which may become obsolete in six months. But we shall do what n %  !:• • %  b\i ... i^ociali "J re Continued frem Page 1-B AT OlD ORCHARD BEACH. MAINE i Jodi's the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 1100 23rd ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller, 2281 SW 22nd ter. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Feil off to Highland Park, 111., to attend r e confirmation of their grandson, David Pepperberg From ere, Ruth and Stan leave for Cleveland. O., to visit his brother. Harold Feil Then, it's vacation for the Feils somewhere in ew Hampshire Double Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid on June 4 irry Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, had lots of relates coming from New York, including his grandmothers, Mrs. et.sie Brown and Mrs. Edith Rosenberg, as well as Mr. and Mrs. |avid Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown Sander Nat Heilig, son of the Jack J. Heiligs, had relatives arming from Chicago, including his folks, grandfather, Norman S. tufman, and grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Heilig. i aMiBMMaai 11 mmmmtw** — i w i i •'>"" %  % %  *< : > *• %  % %  i %  ""• n*w. %  %  edition of its Free Travel Guide. Gcneral C apital Corpora tion, which is distributed to travelers by all of its members in the continentI Tifereth Israel Card Party rJj!ll d J^lnrJ nd ^ mai r Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will Canadian provinces. hood was Jo meet Thmsd 8;30 Early surveys by the Congress ning at the Center, 6500 N. Miami i we must t0 survive-and to grow." organization indicate that 1960 will. ave on June 2 2. — LeoMindlin. be the greatest travel year ever recorded, with better than 75 perl cent of the travel on the nation's highways, and with 90 per cent stopping for one or more nights at motels. Across the top of each page of' the convenient pocket-size Guile a panel is imprinted which indieates the varied accemodations | | available to guests — a room for I one person or a room for, two persons to occupy either one or two beds. The reader can follow down a column, and for each motel there is shown the minimum and maximum rates for each motel, together with a brief description of the available facilities of the motel, and the name of the owner or manager. Copies are available at Congress of Motor Hotels, 2503 Santa Monica blvd., Santa Monica, Calif. —S.T. from DE LUXE CABANAS 14AANOW to NOVEMBER 1st •ffUU • 6 PERSONS Thrill to all the wonderful pleasures of this 110,000.000 retort world — you gat everything our regular guest* enjoy including stars^apoppin. a whole new world of r, n t pleasure! Supervised play area for children, teenage rumpus room, haalth stub, ateam rooms, solaria, poolaide bar. eville ii yb+ FOR INFORMATION CAU MR. DON JE 2-2511 : M AM %  Coral Way Registration Coral Way Jewish Center preschool will hold registration for pupils on June 21, from 10 to 12 noon. Individual classes will be held for each age level, from three through kindergarten. Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, who holds a Florida license in elementary education and is certified by the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be director of the school. Curriculum includes arts and crafts, music, science, trips, outdoor play, and a Jewish i program centered around the holidays and Sabbath. Lafayette Hotel and Cottages -* DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN +t DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED AMERICAN PLAN • FAMILY PLAN • EUROPEAN PUN (June and Sept. onl'j) An unpretentious vacation spot for real rest, recreation and relaxation! Fine Golf Courses and Pari-Mutual Racing nearby. FOR FURTHER INFORMATKJN AND BROCHURE. ADDRESS: LAFAYETTE HOTEL, OlD ORCHARD BEACH, MAINE SAUl OODKOWSKY, Mfr. HAROLD GOOOKOWSKV. Asst. Mgr. I there's more of everything at BROWN'S o£ ii tni 0i %  > J FABULOUS JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLUB CATAUNA INDOOR POOL & HEALTH CLUB It's no secret! 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 — —Delectable Food-Supervised Children* Day fer**/*^ 1 Camp-Nits Patrol-2 Kiddie Poofs. Entertainment features Stan of Broadway and* HoHywooJ— Continuous Dancing with Htrb Sherry Orch.— -Fete Terrace Latin Music—Not Brooks in tho Brown Derby. JEMY LEWIS TEEN AGE FAN CLUB • FLMMIf0 tSCULS AND FUN MIME %  UDGET RATES ERIE GOLF 2 NEW P.G.A. COURSES %£•* BROWN'S -Lock Sheldrake, Now York • Hurtoyvillo 450 FOR RESERVATIONS: DIRECT WIRE WAtkins 4-7470



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Rape: : I Xmift fhrtMar Friday. Jun, \\ Israelis Nix Eichmann Extradition t capterr The critarisa u Bariaralarrj at tie text M the brad aote. and V reference -te iiilPli W H III' ML ffeewew tjeera sad *e.red the Nazi ccnauEsa nb ne n tpi > r her* carT GwaeiaaBeat perf.* M M ia n a n wane* fine d e w i ad *ia e iwa d ~nOl" m J-ri*a pti iB k 'saay tartar (award tor** fywe. Maanv dUr) that a aua caargrw wwJa exzerasaaatjoa is easr y Jaw in Israel w*ae at the uielrrti — easies." the nw u wl say ins* seat warn an rewate state*! Mareorcr. Arcestnaa a*y t* Aretatwwta — aw." Tha heca imaj m Aiawai eader ahaaM east ha n f m nsa s tha faiae itoiaanau. aa -evidently irrecator wiooei a tha %  % %  — %  regaooaJ drest Con te st studies with Rabbi Max A. ff i ls iwi director Abradaoasi bc-.pcion in the national *..r..^i BdsSwt NcrrjaoaJ swble rjQht, aod edax tor hie parYork. Miami's •"' %  '.ril Eiekauaa was I rael with Of ^fc. ^ fore SeahoaM**trieawhere he re %  hefajre aa aaeT.-.\onai l The expert* escrcharge aiaiast Eichaaaa] ed before Baala Sag • Bach, were eriaaM arj rty aader the law (or •d Kaas and •**:• which is aa Israeli law. It was also aoted that ;kt| Argeataae esa-adiuoa treat* I ed before Desaaau' Uaru for a-ybai afe." Bat ail stances, the after the or temtenal ref of these asserted, da* aat of UN ateaafcopes ior tr.umpo rested with Shcmres end Jessica Hurwntz. of Zcmora. both of whom emerged M SaeciaJn m TWO MOOEUI MACK ioun runrn t via CwnTBwfaT TO agJH 350 UNCCLN R0Al| fhawa J E I-74K in UNcoiii' M I •were -E 14741 OCOUSTSattsci'PTWB COhTAa IENSB Kabbi Joseph E. •45 BMCmMaN AVI. K 1 3505 WE INSTALL GLASS STOH reoHT pun AM* vrmow rea a nwo rasa, %  ml i d asirran m LIG. GLASS AND MIRROR 1M S.W. >ah ST. aarm aVCa fhaat R ^ OWE STOP AGENCY JffWIUT—PUIS— MISCIUANIOUS HOATfaS AUTOMOtllf; LIABILITY I PHYSICAL DAMAwl thaws te anwt raw aaadl Tha Aoeaci rhat CAN wf YESI Beat let rear aaeat aay "h Cawt Be Ban*" ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Jl It lit AYE. n I-MII a n i Theodore A. Heller LICENSED MOaiGAGE ttOKEI INVESTMENTS 4*1 WKia*wi Are. Jf S-3704 Miami B*MK J f\ t t ti ,£ (O7a0 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Mio-ni's Leading Manorial Dealers'' Unlm ae It with Caaaaaaawty Smtt 19U MIAMWS out Am omr JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CMTUmtO ixcLuuviir 10 1*1 11WIM (IHHIILI CUAIANTItO riNfST OUALITT IMMOAWNTS AT LOWEST PIKtS I 6'vt Maayfts NEAeSTONES rwviklOMU Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Ry for loss of Palmer's and Save I All IMIII Cnfm Alsda la Omt Own Shea* withla J Bwya I ( %  *%  i woasar a. %  23Bwat3wS5J. 1 3277 -79-11 SOUTHWEST th STIEET Near fa Career at 33ra Areaee PHONES: HI 44*21 HI 44*22 Trociesainq with Our Many Satisfied Customer.' J AwOTwB LOCATION FOB T00O COaffBwatsXI C0ULT0N BROS, TSXACO ton •40S.W.I-I "AwT-aMOBT• -OATCoral Way I S.W. 27tti Avo. FB J OOJ ^ W'**' RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNffJtAL DWECTORS Phone JE M151 •MAMl BCACN 1350 Hcmsn&f t>ve 1236 Wath.ngon Avenue IB50 Alton Road MIAMI Warn Fieo'er and 20th Avenue HI 3-2221 24-Hr. Ambulance Service Irvi., BUAen, Aae E H .k <1 L*" S BleaUnj. ID New York: 76th S. 1 Amsterdam Ave.



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Page 12-B 9-JenlsiiHer Mian Friday. June 1?, I360J Tchaikovsky Sparks Pop Concert Opener Fabien Sevitzky. University of Insane* Symphony Orcher conductor and music director, will open the symphony's tenth anivers..ry season of summertime Pop concerts this Sunday evening at the air • cond.tioned Miami Beach Auditorium. Sevitzky. who cancelled a European engagement to appear at the opening concert, his first as a 'Pops" conductor here, has scheduled a program devoted entirely to the music of Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky. Following this performance, Sevitzky goes to New York to hold auditions for musicians for the orchestra. He will then spend July and August in his summer home in LaGrange, Ind. before returning to Miami in mid-September. Sidney Foster, nationally-known virtuoso of the keyboard and a former resident of Miami, will perform Tchaikovsky's popular Piano CooCitrto No. 1 in B flat minor. Foster last year returned to the concert stage following a ten-year absence devoted to teaching music al Indiana I'niversity. Foster has appeared with near)\ every major orchestra in this country, tl well M numerous appearances with Sevitzky when he conducted the Indianapolis Symphony. Two of Tchaikovsky'> most familiar works. "March Slav" and "1812 Overture.' will also be li ard. Other Tchaikov>ky favorites to be presented include "Capriccio Itahenne." the Polonaise from '"Eugene Onegin." two waltzes from "Nutcracker Suite" and "Swan Lake." and a violin solo by Eugene Dubois titled "Andantino e Allegro Vive.*' loan Visits New York By Special Report Abba Eban. Minister without Portfolio in the Israel Cabinet, and president of the Weizman Institute, arrived in New York last week for a visit on his way back to Israel from the Argentine. On the eve of his departure {rom Buenos Aires. Eban addressed a banquet of the Argentine Friends ot the Weizmann Institute. Among the 400 guests attending were the Nobel Laureate for Medicine. Prof. Bernard Houssey. and noted physicist Prof Rolando Garcia. Lovely young Israeli actress Elana Eden portrays one of the best' known women of the Old Testament in "The Story of Ruth" in CinemaScope and color now showing at the Canb. Miami and Miracle Theatres. Here she is seen with Stuart Whitman as Boaz. the Judean whom she marries. %  'Here Today 1 Tickles Mertz-ful First Nighters A gala audience of first nighters chuckled its way through the open inn performance oI a comedy, "Here Today." Monday nlghl at the Drove Playhouse. Vivian Vance, looking years younger, and many pounds liehter han in her TV characterization of Kthel MertB. delighted theatre-goers with her sparkling portrayal of a divorcee who finds herself in love aqain with her ex husband, debonair Phillip Terry, while promoting his romance with Betty Jean McGregor. Pat Colby turned in mn ebullient performance as Miss McGregor's brother, while John Emory in the role of family friend was delightfully devilish. Lee Sandmen gave a convincing performance as the stodgy fiance of Miss McGregor. Show-stopper, however, was Dorothy Konrad in her side-splitting portrayal of "a proper Bostonian" dowager. Julius La Rosa In Grove Play "Here Today" finishes a oneweek run at the Coconut Grove Playhouse on Saturday night. Tuesday night's opening is "West Side Julius I^Rosa will star in this musical success, which depicts the i lives and loves of youngsters in %  New York City and how the clash !of national backgrounds is overcome. Tender and moving, gay and sprightly. "West Side Story" reI tlects the writing ability of Arthur •Laurents and the musical genius ; of Leonard Bernstein. Laurents gained wide national renown with the stage and subsequent motion picture success of his classic, "Home of the : Brave." Bernstein's name is familiar to music lovers as conductor of the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra and composer of many Broadway hits. La Rosa, whose singing voice made him a success on television. .will delight audiences with "West Side Story" lilting songs, including the popular "Maria." Producer Oven Phillips, of Grove Productions,' "leasing the Playhouse from George Engle, is already considering extra matinees for many of the summer shows. JIIUVS laftOSA Bowling Awards luncheon i Bowling league representing (he I National Children's Cardiac' Rat jpital, North bade county brigC I held its first annual awards lino jeon last week in the Embassj ma I of the Diplomat hotel.' In dura I were Mrs. Sidney Deofsch all Mrs. Harry Reckson. Robert Taylor and Anne Aubrey find romance in Columbia Picture's film, "Killers of Kilimanjaro." co-starring Anthony Newley in CinemaScope and Eastman Color. now holding forth at the Colony Theatre. "Last Days of Pompeii." featuring Steve Reeves, is the current offering at the Beach Theatre. L/our


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Friday. June 17. 1960 GEMS OF WISDOM See how precious children are; the SMAM d.d not go with the Ibanhcdrm and priettiy watches to exile hut (| did go with ; children. — rurjAH B. ILAI. +Jeistncridian Page 9-A inthe ; Your children ar.r the best surety. | better than painaicht and prophet*; for their sa\e 1 give you the ^^ — Train a child in the way he should go. and it-hen he ft old he I will not depart from ,t. PROVERBS • • • Be faithful shepherds of your flocks and bein your conduct I a light to their paths. ELIJAH B. RAPHAEL, • • • Little children do not they are taught to do so. • e Love equally all your children. -Sometimes the favored disappoint. I and the neglected mal^e you happy. %  MISHLE SIIUAUM • • • When you lead your sons and [daughters in the good u>ay. let vour I I words be tender and caressing, in I \ terms of discipline that wm the I I hearts assent. —ELIJAH GAON. S • • • Reprimand not a child immediI | ately on the offense. Wait till the I I'ntation has been I serenity. 3n OL ^eaL Of JHi i a nit s rCcligious JL^ite Fear Can be the Most Destructive Human Emotion By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ North Shore Jewish Center lie until -SAADIA. replaced by -: MOSES HASID. I Parents must not so exasperate a I j child that he cannot con-strain himI I >el/ from rebelling against them. -MIR IIASIDIM. • • What a child says on the street. the parents said at home. —PROVERBS. In this week's Sedra, we find the thrilling story of the spies which Moses sent into the land $i Canaan. This Biblical account is not simply historical reference of an event that occurred three thousand years ago, but it is a profound moral lesson for our day. Briefly, the Bible tells .us that Moses sent twelve tribal delegates to spy upon the land of Canaan. They returned with a favorable report of the land which "floweth with milk and^honey." However, they succeeded in convincing the people that the land cannot be conquered because Of its walled cities and powerful natives Hysteria and fear gripped the children of Israel as they rebelled against Moses, protesting that they were brought through the desert only to fall prey to the enemy. Sc rvtcesJ hie LL t f*cn d AGUDATH Orthodox. SRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave Rabbi Isaac Ever. ANSHE EMES. Conservative, president. 2533 $VV 19th ave. Maxwell Silberman, RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ faith in premise iff. Frldaj si:, p.m. Saturday 8:10 .• %  >• Sermon: -The Obsereatloru of the MeraKlim," %  BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd avt. Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her•on. Cantor Hyman Fein. Ku'in %  >]( p.m. in the abeenee of RsAbl rfemon, Samuel Qrayson, prealdyit, will speak. Saturday :i a.m. • ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington •vs. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. — e— BETH RAPHAEL. 138 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Levitan. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 408 L 6,h •!• Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim Karhnsky. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. %  755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuol April. Friday S::(u p.m. Men's Club Sabbath. OfflciallMK: Maik BlsnoW, religious chairman, ami Herbert Gureen. Bermonellr b} Ray Miller, ieele.le.1 to second term as club president: "Men's Club .Men of Distinction." Rabbi Aprils sermon: "sten ami Thetr Mission." Bmturdaj I s.m Bar Mltavab: RU-hard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Horodner. OADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Eman V uel Majidsl. Kii.iav vir, p. m Quest speaker: Adolph Rachllne, Brand chancellor of Knlshtn of Ionian. State of Hoi Ida. Subject: "The Comln Approach to Pythian F.C.D. and Bthice of Out Withers." Saturday 9 a.m. Uar .Mtlsvah: RonaJdi son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwartz, who will host Friday evenlruj Ones Shablnii in his boner. %%  LAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred B-rnstein. Kri.lay l:4fi p.m. Saturday a.m. Har Mllzvah: Ronnie, son of Mr. and Mm. Irving Onbrarh. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews avo. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Ltvine. HEBREW ACADEMV? 911 6th st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. e —— HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th St., Hlaleeh. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. i-rin.i> vi:. p.m. Sermon; "Flarhtlne; %  he Forcee of r*ear.".Ones Bhabbal boots: Mi. and Mrs. Murray B< In honor of their anniv.i >.n HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor YehdUah Heilbraun. m ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid sve. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. J ; i.'li ; i' I '1' i. i ,| TALES OF MORALS Dr. Max Nordau. the noted ZionI I ist leader, in one of his book.*, tells J j the following sfory: At a convention of missionaries. I gloHtrnf reports were rendered by | individuals who related their van| I ous experiences and successes re£ I garding the conversion of many 5 I backward people to religion. Outstanding among the reports. | "was a missionary who reported on % I the conversion of cannibals. During a question period, many I I inquiries were directed to him, asl{s I ing him whether cannibalism was I I reduced by virtue of their conver| I p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Bar Mttsv;ih: Steven J., ion of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 18th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naret. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday Idt p.m. Sermon: ".Shalom— L'ntll W. Meel Lmln." Oneg Shabbat 'oniii-euaiion. 'Shitentood -and rimilierhoiKl. in hminr i.i mi.ml ^— e NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday fi:l". p.m. Saiurilay !' a.m. Bar Mltzfali: Sim, son of Mr ami Mis Albert Granoff, Benson: "Week!} Portion." SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klsin. Friday vl", p.m. Sermon: "Father's I'lace." Confirmation: Roberta, the dallKhter of Mr. ami Mrs. Albert lllen. Saturday. 9. a.m. Sermon: "The Torre View on Spying." Bar Milzvah: Allan Lfcchman, TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Jonah Caplan. Rabbi TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Fii.l.iv |:M p.m. Sermon: "Thoughts on a Weddlnic" Anniversary." Saturday III a. m. Baa* Milzvah .lames, son ..I li. ami Mrs. Merrill Baiter. TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Friday 8:15 p m II ser vi ce to present sanctuary and formal honorIn* of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tobtn, Whose facilities at the Hollywood Beech Country club were utilized for Hie past four years e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Scbreiber. Friila\ B p.m. s.-ininn: "Dead Sea ituiday 9 a.m. Bar MltSTEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. I-Ylday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "His and Yours—Theme of Kthi.s of the %  ,there, 111-8," Youth Qroap officers to be Installed: IHrrothy Kempmr, president, Deborah Mnmen, vlee president: Robert QinatMinjr, recordingsecret ar y; Janice Onrot. corresponding secretary; Uarrj Shoot, treasurer. Saturday ll a.m. Bar Mltzyah: David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tubln. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB). 891 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Halm. Iliday s: 1 ." % p.m. Sermon: "Kather or I' I win, ir.'" Ooef Shabbat lioata: Mr and Mrs. Leon Silverman. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday v:'.il p.m Cuest speaker: Mel He.-hi. who has just returned from a rear*! stay in Israel. OneR Shabbat to honor 6Ta4lliatfaT Saturday 9 a.m. e TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave. Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi H*nry Okolica. Cantor Morris Berejer. Friday s p.m. Sermon: "How Can We be Better citizens?" Saturday 9 a.m. liar Mltzvah: Louts, s.m of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Speichlei YOUNO ISRAEL. 890 NE 171st st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. I''iil,i\ 6:46 p m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "HlessiiiKs of the New Moon." ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zemore ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. l.son Hurwitz. Cantor Meyer Qieeer. CANDLELIGHT ING TIME 22 SiTan — 6:57 pjn.



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lay. June 17, I960 [HIS IS the season to pack up your suitcases and begin graveling. I asked Mrs. Trudy *lamerschlag, an inveterate travJer, /or some of her tips that night make your vacation time pasier. The very first thine is to see brour travel agent. The profeslional advice and service are inlispensible for a well-planned and tnjoyable trip. He will help you plan your itinerary, and will also \e care of your hotel reservans. This last point cannot be verstressed; it is most unpleasnt, either in the states or abroad, i find yourself in unfamiliar surBundings and without aecommotions. If you are planning to to Europe, you should see ur agent by January; by March ou may be out of luck. 'The most important bit of adBce is to travel light. Mrs. lamcrschlag bought a lightpecked Pullman suitcase with a patching cloth sack, which has a ig pocket for shoes. This lugge has lasted five years, gone 1 over the United States and urope. and still looks like new. e only places not familiar to udy are Russia and the Far BSt. [HE BEGINS with about 20 pounds of luggage. As you ivel, you will want to buyis that will easily make up ir 40 pounds for air travel, (ren if you go by boat, keep in pnd that an emergency might ce you to return by air. By liting your luggage, and bv irting with the low weight alvance, you will save money and I headache. (in order to assure taking items |>u will need and want. Mrs. imerschlag suggests making a very early. If you are going Europe, your travel agent will Jvise you on passports, vaccinia money exchange, and travers checks. [Your suggested clothes wardpe should be: one elegant black ess (short) for evening; one coled chiffon dress; one ensemble a coat and dress, either white print (this ensemble should chosen wisely so that the coat be worn with any of the j ve dresses); three basic shirt dresses; two sleeveless | resses; one tailored skirt, with i to or three blouses; and a smart %  te suit to travel in. [You should also include a short j cape and a full-length cashmere or wool coat. A raincoat with plastic rainshoes, a swim suit and jacket, three or four colorful scarves, and a basic white sweater are also on your list Shoes should include one or two pairs to match dresses for cocktail and evening, and two pairs of comfortable walking shoes. Black patent leather shoes for traveling will also see double duty. For evening, you should have a small satin handbag to match your dresses, long gloves in both black and white, and at least two pairs of short white gloves. Your lingerie wardrobe should include three of everything, with six pairs of stockings and three pair of footlets. The bat situation is adequately covered with two veilhats, one in white with flowers, and one more dressy in black with velvet bows or other evening trim. &f • IF YOU travel on a boat, add shorts for the morning. The same holds true for a cruise to the West Indies. Never, never while in Europe wear shorts or I slacks for shopping. It is considered in bad taste. The same holds I true for Southern cruises. In the Bahamas, shorts are not considered proper, and short shorts are not permitted. It is also recommended that you leave real jewelry at home; choose a few fine pieces of costume jewelry for dress. If Italy is included in your itinerary, it is the place to buy fine gold jewelry, shoes, gloves, straw handbags and hats. Dresses of the finest silks and other fabrics may be made to order within 24 hours, and are considerably cheaper than France. The same wardrobe goes for the good old U.S.A., whether visiting New York, Chicago, Los Angeles or San Francisco. If you go to the mountains or the countryside, add shorts, slacks, cardigans and another bathing +Jelst>fhr Hian Asthma Film To be Shown A little girl's conquest of crip-l pling asthma is told in the new documentary film, The Hidden Tear." to be shown for the first time in Miami on Tuesday, 8:15 P.m., at Miami Public Library Auditorium. Following the film, hope for anxious allergy sufferers and asthmatics will be discussed by Dr. Leonard I. Lesser, director of Children Guidance Clinic, and Dr. Nelson Zivitz. Dr. Lesser, psychiatrist, and Dr. Zivitz, of the faculty of the University of Miami school of medicine, will discuss the film. Mrs. A. N. Dayen, president of the South Florida Council of Presidents, Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children, will act as chairman of the program, one of a series sponsored by the Mental Health Society of Greater Miami, a United Fund Agenccy. Pag* 9-B Arthur Fine To be Ordained Arthur Fine, son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Fine, 1718 84th st., Miami Beach, will be ordained as a rabbi at the 15th Semicha (Ordination) Convocation of the Hebrew Theological College of the Jewish University of America on Monday evening, June 27, at the Skokie, 111., campus of the university. Rabbi Fine has been accepted for the chaplaincy by the U.S. Army. He is one of nine young men to be ordained at ceremonies dur ing which Rabbi Harold P. Smith and Rabbi Mordecai Schultz, both of Chicago, will receive doctorates. The Hebrew Theological College, founded in 1922 in Chicago, moved two years ago to its new 16-acre campus in Skokie, a northwest suburb of Chicago. 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Minor Ceremony Unites Couple High school sweethearts Miss Arlene Popcnhager and Ira Jerome Minor were married Sunday, June 12, in the Terrace room of the Dupont Plaza hotel. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot officiated. The couple drank the traditional wine from the same goblets that were used by the groom's grandmother in her wedding ceremony 60 years ago. Mr. Minor is the son of the William Minors, of Coral Gables. He is a graduate of Cora] Gables Senior High School, where he was a member of the Exchange Club. He is now a student at the University of Miami school of engineering. Miss Popenhager is the daughter of the Nolan Popenhagers of Coconut Grove. She is a graduate of Coral Gables Senior High School, Florida College of Medical Technology, and Coconut Modeling Academy. The bride wore a white peau de soie gown appliqued with alencoa lace and seed pearls. The long veil was held by a pearl crown. She carried white orchids surrounded by lillies-of the-valley. 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• —Page 4-A +MistncrHBar OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone" FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX ~%  — MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET.... LEO MINDLIN Editor and Publisher „.. Executive Editor at1 !*E. StktS Str^t. Mim: 1. Ftor£*'" J* iMMt July 4 :3* at FMt OCTtc* o( HIMI. UM Act of March J. IIH Tk Jiwiafc FlK<*a ha* iNMM t* Jai U"'ty MM J— nfc.w*uy. •*•••** a* Ha %  %  %  %  %  T *e !" ;_ Aaacy. *••! Aria Feature Sr-exata. WOMB* &f •"• $-<. Matiamal Catorui Aa Aeea Asa". %  Ca^baa-Jawa* Ni wiW l. •" tla FtarMa Preaa A. Ttw JT(|: Tkr Vaars tt*XM Volume 33 Number 25 Friday. June 17. 1960 22 Sivan 5720 Eichmann Trial Seen as a Lesson in History It is supposed that each century of man's passing history gives rise to four new generatons. This meens that a generation has emerged since the heyday of the Hitler era. Yet careful studies indicate On abysmal ignorance relating to Germany under the Third Reich, the criminal activities of the Nazi party, the fate of the Jews who lost six million souls to the racist philosophy of Aryanism. end the nature of the action taken by the Allied Powers to put an end to Germany's most inhuman hour. Such ignorance is not only prevalent among the new generation in Germany itseli We note this to be true in our own nation, as well. It must be no less true for other countries. Cne can readily understand why the facts of history b ec om e distorted, fragmented, or even lost over a period of thousands of years. But how were they forgotten in a quarter of a century? The problem in Germany can be fathomed: in our own nation, however, such forgetfulness is to be deplored. Studies indicate that history books for the use of high school and beginning college-level pupils are written with an eye toward considerably toning down the inhuman crimes of Nazism. Such "readjustments" range from resetting Jewish losses at three million dead to exalting in veiled fashion the "progress" Germany made under Hitlehan rule. • • • SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHT Why? The reasons have been discussed in these columns many times before. But. accepting the accuracy of these assumptions, and they are readily available for critical survey of the doubtful, the purpose of the impending Adolf Eichmann trial becomes apparent. Israel does not want retribution. Such motives have long since died in the swirl of this young nation's fantastic drive toward achievement. Israel does not need revenge. The energy directed toward fulfilling her many social and economic programs easily dissipates this land of elemental and really unworthy ambition. Eichmann was the architect of the Third Reich's master plan to exterminate lews wherever they lived in the farflung regions of Nazi conquest. No Hitler "underling." he is thus o living example of the bestiality that nearly consumed an entire world. If this world has since chosen in the name of expediency to forget the enormity of Nazi Germany's crimes, the Eichmann trial will at .least temporarily dust off the memory of those unwilling to remember and give food for thought to the new generation that has not yet learned. • • • THE LEGAL ELEMENTS OF NUREMBERG While many may wonder why Israel is making much of the capture of Eirhmnnn. the bulk of those opposed to the trial base their doubts or arguments on considerations of jurisdiction. Israel, they declare, did not exist when Exhmann committed his crimes. Nor. they say, did these crimes take place in Israel,. Their recommendation is a trial in Germany, either with the Germans, themselves. as prosecutors, or under the auspices of a "little Nuremberg." Objections of this kind are specious on fheir face. In the first instance, to which Germany would Eichmann be returned? To the Federal Republic of West Germany or to the People's Democratic Republic of East Germany? And. assuming an acceptable decision could be made, why would these governments have any more jurisdiction than Israel, since they were not in existence during the Nazi era But there axe far more basic and unshakable arguments in Israel's favor. Nuremberg established two principles of international law upon which the court held its right of prosecu-tion. Without them, there could have been no trial. These are: 1. Retroactivrry. The war. criminals who appeared at Nuremberg were indicted by the power of laws created after the fact, with the bulk of the processes concerning "crimes against humanity." Despite the inadmissibility of ex post facto, the international body transcended basic considerations with an eye toward larger concepts of justice. These included voluntary relinquishment of individual national sovereignties involved, which, readily gave way to Nuremberg as the universal instrument of judgment: and strict interpretation of traditional law, in the name of higher moral goals. 2. Territoriality. Many of the war criminals were tried and punished for acts not committed in Germany, alone, nor solely within the geographic purview of the Nuremberg setting. This followed as a natural consequence of the acceptance of the legality of the international trial. • • • GROWING CORPS OF THE FORGETFUL Both in the matter of retroactivity and territoriality, Israel is within her right to try Adolf Eichmann for crimes against the Jewish people and humanity. The considerations that governed Nuremberg are precisely those governing the admittedly unusual Eichmann case. These, of course, are questions pertaining precisely to the legal aspects of what has become a cause celebre since Argentina's objection to Eichmann's removal It is fantastic that the higher moral stakes of the issue hardly concern Israel's critics today—including many troubled Jews—so much as do the legal. It is equally fantastic that those so heavily taken up with the latter remain confused by ill-conceived notions that put Nuremberg far into the dim past—its purposes and its achievements. Or. perhaps, it is not so fantastic. Perhaps the critics are. themselves, part of the growing corps of people with poor memories when it comes to Nazism—or members of the new generation who have no guilty consciences to repress but who have simply not been given the facts. during the week ... as i see it r 110 MINDLIN Friday, haw 17 ** Station WQAM 4 Z^ */" %  • %  agn u r, J •"-progra.'] are poles apart, aad [ both of us feel gniehi'S prof ustoa of intemperate M marks be has made i_] Mkch daman m„.J_?*V i rael in recent weeks, and complain of mad) da emanating from his microphones. Mr. Courtney is, of course, his own problem. Be is entitle! _< opuMoas be expresses. But. where they incite to riot. Mr. GjwbV beliefs may DO longer chum impunity in the name of free speech, become the concern of an outraged community that must ckarmi with violation of his public trust. As I understand it. WQAM's pundit has been accusing lan^ international transgression. It appears to be has belief that IsngM actions place her somewhat lower in the esteem of maaknj* n Hitler's plundering Nazis and Stalin's corps of cutthroats Leaauaaaaal be declares, is a man more sinned against than sinning. In hut3 Germany's architect of the murder of six million Jews is maoeeatj til proven guilty—an opinion not even the presumably aaztaaal Argentine government would dare utter today. According to Courtney, poor Eichmann is being persectCed btfl rowdy bunch of upstart kidnappers against whom there ought toll a law. Even such utter absurdities as these would ordinarily lie t*vl my purview, since I can not account for abysmal ignoracc* is J places at all times, and must necessarily limit ray interests to ^3 of more weighty significance. But Monday, the fat was in tfce firtl -:-:• THE CATKMISM Of SIViW CAUiRS BETWEEN 9:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., I received seven crackpot telephafl %  calls. With only slender variation, they all espoused the Coonafl cause. Of the five men and two women involved, all earr.c.;i> soivafl the following information: What is your "race" going to do about tfl deplorable situation in Israeli (the common term for the Jewish Stafl employed by uneducated people who assume the guise of oafl science)? Aren't the Israelis wrong because, in the final anahjfl they violate the mass opinion of a public that helped them into nafl ence? There have been many bombings of synagogues, and coulafl the "persecution" of Eichmann give rise to new ones'' (This lfl ominously stated.) A rabbi in Miami—unnamed despite my coanafl has suggested that Eichmann be let loose in the street.of Tel Aiifl for the mobs to finish off. How can your "race" be so brutal aH blood-thirsty? What do you think of Alan Courtney? The questions were, of course, more urgently asked—some stasfl in the foulest kind of language even to these ex-Infantry ears, tfl position was equally monolithic in reply: I did not choose to disofl the issue with anonymous callers, but would w elc om e their visit fl my office. Like them. I am an American citizen: and like tbeal have no influence on the formulation of Israeli policy. In making fl Jews responsible for the opinions and actions of some Jews, asfl the case of the alleged rabbi's equally alleged remark, they wereeH ploying a common anti-Semitic technique. Since they had chosnfl adopt such an obviously prejudiced attitude, why solicit my opwiafl Why not consult Mr.. Courtney, who also is Jewish* In violent response to this succulent bit of information, one womafl charged me with being "a Jew liar." The other, in incredulous £ %  belief, slammed the telephone—a custom she has undoubtedly leanafl from Mr. Courtney himself. One of the men callers suggested tfafl it would be as easy to bomb The Jewish Floridian as it had been "fl take care of" some of the synagogues. •:-:• -:• MO tONCfl MIS HKSOMAL PROPERTY IN POUR CASES. I was not let off easily in the matter of my opiaafl about Mr. Courtney. The question, repeated, met with my J query in return: "Forget him for a moment, if you can.' I unafl "What is your feeling about Adolf Eichmann?" The answers, U course, were significantly evasive. I can go on and on. but this seems sufficient to establish afl character of the callers and the tone of their conversation—the btatfl illicit use of the term. race, the confused equation of Israel aH all Jews; the threat of bombings, from innuendo through outnMj warning. Why had they contacted me in the first instance? "J*B formers, who initially reported on the substance of the programs, aB plained it easily. In defense of Israel, one Courtney listener citeifl Jewish Floridian column, which was promptly rejected by the "Of seer—and here I paraphrase—because The Jewish Floridian cru iiliaj Roy Conn. (This was Roy Conn of Conn and Schine fame, the stjflj puppets of the McCarthy heyday, who some years ago aroused MJ idolatry of pettifogging pundits and peerless patriots. Where %  Mr" Courtney's overwhelming love of fair play then?) Mr. Courtney's reputation deservedly precedes him in *B tfj ten. There is thus no need to discuss his politics. They area!** %  and concise to the ill-informed and ignorant as they are obaaH"J almost terrifying to the well-bred. But they are no longer his P^fJ property protected by the sanctity of free expression because, wbflj be would condone it or not. Mr. Courtney has now incited one **"* %  of the community against another. It hardly matters that be did*! sanction it and might, indeed, regard its consequencewith hsrtj for in his name an ugly threat has been made—a threat to Bin %  violence the unhampered right he passionately claims for hunseD'H speak and write as one pleases. ^B It would be difficult to deny the fact that Mr. Courtney has violated the trust of a news commentator and his respoosibibty J community he serves. What does Radio Station WQAM think a*"| this? *miK KBATt TO MO AVA THE BRUTAL FACT is that Mr. Courtney glitters like a prtjjl gem in the crown of the station's array of features. His *3 apparently, is wide, and commercial considerations are n ot *j swept aside. Contrarily. were station officials to set tbout du*"""] the issue with their "enfant terrible." they might find themsl* the position of the dog that was wagged by its tail. J One suggestion offered by station officials this week J a group of persons informed in international law to app** 1 •*JJ Courtney program and discuss the Eichmann trial—without cfl by Mr. Courtney "except for introductions and commercial^ 1 No one is better aware of the character of his audience taM*l Courtney himself Wellnlocumented information, intelhgeotly •" %  would fly wildly by the minds of men more accustomed to Jj*?^ It is no accident that, of the seven persons who called me MOnd, 'Jl made a major point of identifying with the WQAM wameiiuw %  special query reserved for my attitude toward him. I What could be accomplished through the kind* of pro Cenrkwed en Page 7-A



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eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JfWISH WEEKLY 33 -rr Number 25 Miami. Florida, Friday, June 17, 1960 Two Sections — Pi ice 20* Farers Eye Boycott IAR Skips faRK — (JTA) — The International Union is eliminary steps to renew [ against Arab blacklisting pan ships for trading with I was announced by the [week. nth ago, the SIU called lay boycott of the Egypt[ Cleopatra, in New York fter the State Department Used to intensify diplorts to protect American seamen against Arab Ktion. [boycott, which cost the i owners of the Cleoestimated $44,000, may lied in the near future. til, president of Hi* SIU, that his oftice is comfresh data" about conof the blacklisting by > Boycott Office, affectjob opportunities and of American seamen. made his announcement [a report from Damascus her American ship had id to the blacklist. This [Banner Lines "Atlantic," in New York, was banlentinued on Pag* IA BERNARD ABKAMS While Nous* emlhr Gurion, De Gaulle Meet; Pledge Franco-Israel Ties JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire PARIS—Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion told President De Gaulle, of France, Tuesday that there was a strong possibility that Russian Jewry would migrate to Israel some day. The Prime Minister, who also said that increased immigration was expected from North Africa, made the remark in reply to a question about future immigration to Israel. The exchange took place after the formal luncheon tendered by the French President to the Israel Prime Minister as one of the highlights of Ben-Gurion\s official visit to France. Ike Orders Probe of Rockwell US. Neo-Nazi Party Activities WASHINGTON —(JTA) —President Eisenhower asked Atty. Gen. Rogers this week to look into neo-Nazi activities in the Washington, D.C., area. The President acted as a result of a long talk with leaders of the Jewish War Veterans, National JWV Commander Bernard Abrams, of Jersey City, N.J., and national executive director* 3 u P } F ,\. B nT-. L Wa8 5 Dl gf )n Nazi Party" on the Attorney Gencalled at the White HOuse. In their era ,. 8 St of subversive organ.zapresence, Eisenhower issued ,n tions structions to an aide that the Attorney General be advised of the I The White House asked the concern of the White House over Justice Department to investithe increasing neo-Nazi nuisance, j gate the Nazi activities here with The Justice Department is current• view to determining whether ly considering whether to place; a finding of subversion should be iLi n coin-Rockwell's ••American IKYING KANE IS SPEAKl*. leration Annual Meeting sparing for 500 Leaders ie 500 persons were to attend the 22nd annual dinner meeting greater Miami Jewish Federation on Thursday evening at the Uia hotel to elect Officers and trustees and to hear a progress >n the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal by general chairman Sam \on Attacks )b Prejudices By Special Report *GO — Vice President Nixletter to B'nai B'rith outlis views on several Middle %  ues, declared that the Unities, while seeking to prola "mutually acceptable" rael settlement, must conpress for effective action 11 open the Suez Canal to [shipping and protect AmerMerests from Arab boycott |acklisting. also stressed the need to th diligence and patience" Bet the conditions by which [Arabia excludes American sen of the Jewish faith tic U.S. military installation hran Airfield. Vice President's 750-word ent, dated June 7, was adto label A. Kati, of New [ana, president of B'nai Kati made public it* con[Sunday afternoon in a before the annual convenContinued on Page 6-A Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom was to offer the invocation, and Jay I. Kislak was to preside as dinner chairman and toast master. The program was scheduled to include an address by Arthur S. Rosichan, Federation's executive director, and presentation of awards to Sam Blank and Harold Thurman, general CJA chairmen, and to Mrs. Anna Brtnn^r Meyers, campaign chairman of the Women's Division. After the luncheon, which was held in the huge diningroom of the official residence of the President, the Palais d'Elysee, the two leaders retired to the palace gardens for coffee. They were joined by Premier Michel Debre, Foreign Minister Maurice Couve De Murville, former Premier Guy Mollet, deputy Israel Defense Minister Shimon Peres, and Ben-Gurion's private secretary, Itzhak Navon. In the warm summer day, the assembled personalities discussed a variety of topics such as future of the underdeveloped countries and, more specifically, Israeli topics. President De Gaulle asked a number of pertinent questions about Israel and the Jewish people, one of them concerning future immigration. He also asked the Prime Minister for an explanation for Israel's rapid agricultural expansion. The PrimeMinister replied: "When we immigrated to Israel, we had three goals in mind —the return to the land, the return to the homeland, and the return to labor." The Prime Minister also commented at length on the significance of the Bible as a factor in uniting Jews outside of Israel and in uniting the totality of the Jewish Continued on Page 16-A Principal'talk was to be delivered by Irving Kane, national president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, on "Miami Meets the Challenge of the •Offs." Other reports were to be given by Judge Irving Cypen, chairman of the nominating committee, and a "President's Report to the People" by Sam J. Heiman, current Federation president. Heiman, nominated last week to a second term as president, was to be presented for election at the Thursday meeting. Nominated for reelection as vice president are Dr. Morris Goodman. A.J. Harris, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, and Harold Thurman. In addition. Continued on Page 3-A mad*. The JWV leaders asked Eisenhower to convert* a Whit* Hous* conference of civic and veterans leaders to consider the neo-Nazi problem. They said that subversive neo Nazi activities had emerged in Washington "in the very shadow of the Capitol building." They expressed dismay that a member of the Marine Corps is permitted to participate in the local Nazi group. Rep. Seymour Halpem, a member of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs, expressed concern to the Attorney General over members of the armed forces, veterans, and government employees in the so-called "American Nazi Party." The New York Republican I said the actions and aims of the local neo-Nazi group were not in conformity with traditions of free government. Rep. Halpern asked for a report on a current Justice Department study of possible subversion. The Jewish Labor Committee ] urged Mr. Rogers to invoke appro-1 priate sections of the Subversive Activities Control Act Against the American Nazi Party. The appeal was made in a telegram signed by JLC Chairmen Adolph Held. Asserting that the "use of the Nazi symbol and utilization of Nazi philosophy as Continued on Page 7-A Meir, Argentine UN Spokesman Mum on Stiff Diplomatic Talks %  REPORT TO GREATER MIAMI ... SEC. %  JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire UNITED NATIONS—Mrs. Gblda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, held a two-hour conference Tuesday with Dr. Maria Amadeo, permanent representative here from Argentina. The conference, which was concerned with Argentina's ultimatum to Israel to return Nazi killer Adolf Eichmann to Argentina or face an Argentine complaint in the Secur* ity Council, was held in the private apartment of the head of the Uruguayan delegation. Prof. Enrique Rodriguez Fabregat. Mrs. Meir declined to make any comment on the conference other than remarking that "we had a very pleasant talk." Asked whether any decision has been reached on the Eichmann case or on the Argentine threat to take the grievance against'Israel to the Security Council, Mrs. Meir replied that "no decision was expected." She also said she did not knew whether she would hold another meeting with Dr. Amadeo. On the other hand. Dr. Fabregat emphasized his confidence in the feeling that despite the inability of Mrs. Meir and Dr. Amadeo to agree Tuesday on Argentina's request for the return of Eichmann to Buenos Aires, there was still the. possibility of bringing the two into some agreement. It seemed certain after the meeting Tuesday that Argentina would go through with its announced plan to bring its grievance against Is^ rael to the Security Council. The formal complaint calling for a Security Council meeting on the issue may be filed this week. The permanent representatives of 19 countries that are members of the United Nations and highranking officials of the UN, including Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold, were entertained at luncheon here Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Meir. "Ambassador Michael S. Comay, Israels' delegation chairman here, was host at the luncheon held in the private diningroom at UN headquarters. < Israel Jabs Eichmann Extradition FRANCE AS AGENT FOR EXTRADITION 'IN ABSENTIA' PAGE 16 A JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Israel leaders moved gingerly this week 1o retain custody of Nazi mass murderer Adolf Eichmann without losing the friendship of the country where he was captured. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion consulted at length with his aides on a sharp note from Argen* tina demanding the return of Eichmann within a week. Argentina threatened to raise the issue at the ed with implementing the murder |"of 6,000.000 European Jews. The note held out an implied promise United Nations if Israel refused toithat once Eichmann was returned,] yield the former SS Colonel charg-jthe Argentine Government would i | consider an extradition request. The note added that, if Eichmann were extradited on genocide charges, he would have to be tried either in Germany, the site of the crime, or before an International tribunal in accordance with the .UN Convention on Genocide, to which Argentina and Israel are signatories. IsContinued on Page 2-A



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Friday, June 17, 1960 vJewisti Fkridlian Page 3-B Mrs. Louis Cohen, president of temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood. JS honored for her "service and contribution to the Jewish community." Left to right are (rear) Mesdames Dan Piver. Eugene J. Schwarz. Jack Greenberg, Era Rosenfeld, Murray Shaw, and Carlton Blake. Front row are Mesdames Edith Feldman, Goldie Cohen, and Ann Bernstein. They were participants in a special skit honoring Mrs. Cohen at a luncheon at the Algiers hotel. Pythian Sisters To Honor Chief District Deputy Grand Chief of Pythian Sisters Shirley Bach this week announced a banquet on Saturday evening at the Pine Tree Inn. 2441 SW 37th sve.. in honor of Grand Chiei Elsa Gregory's visit to District 5. Grand Treasurer Alice Pomerantz is overall chairman. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Dorothy Sanders. A games night will he held bv the district at Roosevelt Temple, 4601 W. Flagler st., on Wednesday evening, June 29. milia Dpi:-. nmnnnn