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The Jewish Floridian ( June 24, 1960 )

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"Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ie 33 — Number 26 Miami, Florida. Friday, June 24. 1960 Two Sections — Price 20# io Said be Former izi Official iriNt MP CHAKCt S ... PAG£ ?0-A JTA By Direct Teletype Wire EW YORK —Two New York s, The Forward and The York Post, charqed in artipublished Tuesday that Dr. Amadeo, Argentina's reptative to the United Nawas during World War II, trusted collaborator of the rheitsdienat," the Nazi Irv ee Service. newspapers cited in evie statement ro that effect ted in 194e in an official States State Department Forward, a Yiddish language j>aper. printed the accusation Dr. Amadeo in English, or ont page. Both articles apon the eve of the scheduled >g of the United Nations Sc Council, listed for Wedneslorning. when Dr. Amadei argue his government's lint against Israel, accusing raeli government of violating fine sovereignty by transfer lass murderer Adolf Eich ifrom Argentina to Israel. [charges against Dr. Amadeo png to the newspapers, ap in an 86-page publication is 1946 by the United States iment Printing Office. The ilet was entitled "ConsultaLmong the American Repubilh Respect to the Argentine lion." [cording to the 1946 public aDr. Amadeo worked with Carles Goyeneche, a Nazi ir in the Argentine during War II. Goyeneche travthrough Europe on a diploContinued on Page 3-A Joseph M. Lipton (left), president of Dade Federal Savings and to Rockwell to use powerful loudLoan Assn., receives congratulations for his appointment as chairman of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Wishing Lipton well is Samuel N. Friedland. chairman of the selections committee, who announced Lipton's appointment at the 22nd annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last Thursday. CIVIC LEADER APPOINTED Lift Loudspeaker Ban on Rockwell Rallies in Capital WASHINGTON——Two Jewish organizations have protested to the Federal and District of Cloumbia authorities against a new concession made to George Lincoln Rockwell and his "American Nazi Party." The Jewish War Veterans of American filed a protest with the Department of Interior this week* %  ; against the renewal of permission | f, Soviets may Show Two Faces In Eich ma nn Tilt Joseph Lipton Named Chairman Of '61 Combined Jewish Appeal speakers at his outdoor meetings. The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith made a similar complaint to the District police. Rockwell had been temporarily barred from using amplification apparatus because his anti-Jewish tirades incited to riot and evoked resentment from hundreds of tourists at ovary rally. The restriction was liftod however for Sunday's rally. When the police had. on previous weeks, temporarily withheld loud speaker permissions, the rallies were smaller and more orderly because he did not attract crowds from blocks around. A number of tourist attractions are within range of the loudspeaker hi-fi system which Rockwell transports to the Joseph M. Lipton, civic and communal leader here for 25 years, rallies on a trailer truck will be campaign chairman of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal. Announcement of Lipton's appointment was made at the annual TieeMng of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last week by Samuel I PNOTO L1TES OF 22nd ANNUAL MEETING PACE 6-A 1940 CJA TOTAL $1,650,000 PA6E 7 A *e N. Friedland, chairman of the se-* !ections committee. Friedland also disclosed that Howard Kant, a past president of Federation and former CJA campaign chairman, has been designated as cash chairman for 196041. The selections committee includes Sam Blank. Sam J. Heiman. Howard Kane. Jay Kislak. Dr. Irving Lehman, Stanley C. Myers, and Max Orovitz. In a brief acceptance speech before some 500 persons gathered at the 22nd annual meeting of Federlation in the Americana hotel, Lipton expressed his appreciation to committee, officially asked the De the community "for your confi ifense Department to explain its dence," and earnestly called for!position on "active participation everyone's support in the next j of U.S. military personnel m the camJaign-"both in means and in neo-Nazi group. The Senate Mavolunteer effort. Six men were arrested during Continued on Page 8 A First Fines Levied Against U.S. Hate 'Storm-troopers' By MILTON FRIEDMAN Chief of JTA Washington Bureau Off. NAMUM GOLDMAMM in defense In the 1960 campaign _wpiu... m Ga jr who is president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. acted Jhe Departmtnt ^ j u ,tice had as co-campaign chairman, with Jay 11. Kislak heading the Initial Gifts 1 Division. Lipton is a member of | Federation's board of governors and served with distinction as Continued on Page 12-A WASHINGTON —(JTA) —Two storm troopers of George Lincoln Rockwell's American Nazi Party were fined for disorderly conduct this week in the first legal action against the neo-Nazi group. At the same time. Sen. Lyndon Johnson, chairman of the Senate Preparedness Investigating Sub + :— that "notwithstanding the highly offensive nature" of the activities of the neo-Nazis, "they usually involve the interpretation and application of the free speech and guarantees of the First Amendment to the Constitution and, generally speaking, fall within the protection of these Constitutional safeguards." Ijority leader's request was sent diimpaign. Lipjon, l-tlyjo Secretary of Defense meanwhile made it known that no action had been taken to label the Rockwell group as subversive because of "free speech considerations." Assistant Secretary General J. Walter Yeagley said ildmann Wandering Jew' -Gurion INVESTIGATION PRESSED ... PAGE 9-A UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — A number of delegations here, including leading representatives of the Western Powers, continued to exert pressures against having the United Nations Security Council debate the Argentine complaint of Israel's action in conection with the capture of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi leader who directed the killing of 6.000,000 Jews. The Security Council meeting on this issue was scheduled to take place on Wednesday. However, hopes had been expressed here that some compromise might be reached between Israel and Argentina, perhaps through a meeting between Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Argentine President Frond izi. both of whom are now in Europe. (Moscow dispatches early this week indicated that the Soviet delegation at the UN might take a double stand on the Argentine grievance if it came to the Security Council. On the one hand, Russia may support Argentina on its insistence that the antiIsrael grievance should be inContinued on Page 5-A B-G Takes Off For Brussels Tour UNPRECEDENTED TALKS PAGE 8 A t of opinions between Prebefore >|M"IBW' ,n P| 1 0 years as an inde pendent BRUSSELS -(JTA)— David BenGurion. Israel Prime Minister, arYeagley made these points in a rived here Monday for a State letter to Rep. Seymour Halpern. j visit, after a five-day visit to New York Republican, who had!France, where he conferred twice protested the group's activities in; with President Charles de Gaulle, the nation's capital. Yeagley also j Greeted ceremoniously at the airwrote that the Justice Department 'port by Prime Minister Gaston Eywould continue to study the probskens. Minister of Foreign Comlem and that it would institute ap-.merce Jacques van Offelen, and propriate proceedings if enough evi-1 Viscount Meeus d'Argentuil. who dence developed. represented Queen Mother Eliza—. .. .. ,. beth, Mr. Ben-Gurion reviewed a The first legal crackdown on the guard of honor (hen read a s „ te AVIV—


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Page 2-A + 3ei%tntrkfr>r Frid y. Iun24| Goldmann Again Urges International Tribunal ,.„ ...... •„„. ,h„ h, ,rotc*ts 'with all the Israel s ria^ ta try Ii nlv and therefore -nent that be protects v. ith force at my command against vr GoWmaan making Ua proposal mfA! >r erea conference deportation of .it as a tribunal :h TE1. AVIV-UTA i—Dr. Natram Terwunate Jew GoULmann. preside at of the World it is advisable to invite otser connZioni-t Organ reiterated hi trie*. who*e tit Jens *re extennbelir* here that Adolf E s c fcana nn. mated to send judges to I*rae* who directed the deportation of 4rt aa tribunal will a'-:ael Dr. Coldmann announced i Europe'* Jews to the Nati stanchchatraaan. to try ,mps. should be tried by an inlet national court sitting in Jeru aalem. ai Ex-haiaan "My opinion was. aad I am of that opinion Di Ooidmana tola a recent pre*s conference, "iha B chm;nn and the Nazis did not exDr. Goldmani ca"el • nce to repl '•> Premier I "Vn-Gucor. mho had accused him f a 'blow to the fee!iot> of the: leopJe of Israel and 1J the honor %  t ;he -:ate' b> hi* proposal. Mr.: Ben-Gunon *aid in a public Has wrttien • letter to Mr n reject.n,? hi.* pnhe Ben <.J "I can unfarsteitd that yeo Otir ap ul in hi* letter to the Israeh leader, "but I cannot ue J ae a t a w d why such a proposal is a seeeee Mew." I &f **• ah-eatty statod mar I hae* no doubt of Neither Israeli Nor American/ B-G Says Continued tram Pay* 1-A k Moshe Sharrett and other Ma pai lea Folio* in ? exerted disc*J*sions. the central committee adopted a proposal by Mr Sbarrett to expand the Zionist organization, and to support the decision it-ached to thi. • fleet la*t week at a combined meeting of leaders of t h e I>rael Government and the Jewish Azen< • Tne central committee also decided to submit the problem for di.*cu-Mon to all branches of Mapji and. when thier discu**ions are cone I ided. to take up the que*t.<>n again for final decision In the course of his heated arguments. Ben-Gunan attecwed Dr. Gald wa iai, tilling him that he is "neither an Israeli nor en American, but a wenderina Jew." He demanded mn immedivr.els riphf ta try Eichmi have eapressed my confidence in Israels iusrica. tot I ,r*^ht. an**aliaWiawt thasav since ft was net only Jaws who wore killed by fichmonn and the Naiis, hot ether countries whoso crrtsena wara murdarod. it if advisable to Invite these countries to send judges te Israel. I think il a great honor to Israel hat other judge* would come here ind it under an Israeli presiding udga nr OoMmann stressed 1 He mpha-trefl to the newspapermen that he had *peken as an individ jal. in hi* own name, not in the name of any organhration be heads jnd that he had not. therefore, con .idled thefn before makmg hla propaawOa" lr-aMtwif Z9|rj i Rahhi Mayer Abraiwn^. I tual leader of Nor? "Still Small the Greater Asn Theme Israel." The prt ly over VoiceMiami ] "ill be -A ine program is ^-T, TKT>Ta,^ bit Ahramrn* r 7 1 ed pre-.dent of Assa the %  A I were net permitted to ex ore<; mr own ideas, "be cretemed. I voold hire resigned within 24 1 boors from those cwganirarlom." He nnted that M>. Ben-Gurion ha-' Irenoeofly made a number of im portant statement, that were his •AVID hll-OUMIOM fa* ban m.f LOHGDISTANCI MOVERS MAY HOMaps Mr* Taefc. DIAL JE M3S3 tCUeseTawiSwX 455 (MUM art me.runn icf> TE$ ate reply ta the question "what is a Zio n i s t," and whether the present Zionist Organisation is cap a ble of teaching ttahiaw in countries ewrtfcse of Israel, and of fosto %  ina immigration ta Israel. "Will the Zionist Organization of faculty Appointment Made Roy Oliver director of the Mod ern Music Department of the Mi ami Conservatory, this week an nounced the appointment of Her man Wolf son to the faculty. Wottson is one of the leading orchestra leaders in the area and noted perlormer on the saxaphone and clarinet America organite Aftra. which 1* i-rael'* mo-t pressing needs' Wil'•rianrre Hebrew edncatien. which is what Jew* er-eanere need most?" Mr BenCurion asked Hethen posed the question"How can we explain to the young generation that there are two sorts of Jews— Zionist* and other*"*" Assertingthat Israel is the creation of the !" P* !" "" 1 *"" %  Jewish nation, and not of the Jewish Agency, he insisted that there is no difference between a Zionist and a non-Ziom-' Dr. Goldmann. in a lone addre*s delivered calmly, warned again*1 the notion by I*raeli Jew.* that Jews outside Israel "are in their pockets." He said that "the pre *ent generation is not a.* far as -elations between the State of I* rael and non-I*raeli Jews are con cerned. It i* a generation that has u-*<-d through concentration camps and is proud of the State* -stablishment." The presi ent of the WZO *tron h opposed the idea that there is no need for an international Jew i*h organization for fostering re lations between Israel and Jews Hit side Israel. 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r. June 24. 1960 Jenisfi IkrHitr Page 3-A Explosion Intended For Home of Editor wy school class of the Hebrew Academy wartz. Eric Glasserman, Lane Jeffrey Genet, lives diplomas during graduation exerHoward Kass, Andy Sanders. Ahron Yosef B at the Academy. Left to right are Rabbi Horovits, Leah Rotunan. and Mrs. Edith Kass, lander S. Gross, principal, Debora Schnursery teacher. Not shown is Karmi Gross. Reports $33,150,000 at Mid-Year fGTON—In its first camin 22 years unmarked by an ration crisis in Israel or a live emergency in Jewish life |seas, the nationwide United hh Appeal Sunday reached a fcyear standing of $33,130,000 in raised against pledges, sum was reached as 4501ead|of community campaigns from parts of the country presented pks totaling several millions of rs to Melvin Dubinsky, of St. Is, UJA national cash chairI, at the closing session of a lay national midyear leaderconference at the Shoreham I. tabbi Herbert A. Fried. nan, cutive vice chairman of the rait fold he conference "if campaign continues at the lunt pace, there it every reato believe that by the year's I the I960 drive will approxi|fe the $68 million raised by UJA in its successful camin of 19*0." UJA executive vice chairman paid tribute to "the maturity and deep sense of responsibility" exhibited by American Jews in their response to the 1960 campaign. "There were no flaming bendlines or day-to-day newspaper reports of Jewish disasters to spur [the pace of this year's effort. Yet." Rabbi Friedman told his audience. "American Jews have shown that they understand very well the yreat issues which still underlie liie UJA. land that they a^e a generation which has an appointment with history to try solving these issues." A second speaker at the closing session, Moses A. Leavitt. executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, underscore'! the long-range aspects of UJA's support. The JDC, a princ.pal beneficiary of the UJA, operates in ] behalf of distressed Jews in 24 overseas countries, and conducts a special welfare program for aged and handicapped immigrants in IsIrael. "In 1960, JDC is helping some 1250,000 persons in Moslem coun\madeo Said to be Ex-Nazi Continued from Pago 1-A ie p a ss po r t. and 'eonforrod rith Himmler, Von Ribbentrop, other Naii and pro-Nazi leadto strengthen the cause of laiism In the Argentine and % r Latin American countries. ,-he Yiddish paper cited this itement from page 29 of the lie -ftepsrtment publication: ^'Thereafter, Goyeneche performi varying services for the SD, inuding the furnishing of political ports which Goyeneche received the Argentine Embassy in Mafid, by pre-axrangement for this prpose with Mario Amadeo, of the argentine Foreign Office, himself [trusted collaborator of the SD. In %s connection, it will be recalled St Amadeo resigned from the Ar!intine diplomatic service when relions with Germany and Japan were severed but was promptly reinstated after the assumption of power by Farrell and Peron." Gen. Edelmiro Farrell was installed as president in place of Gen. Pedro Ramirez in one of the many shifts in Argentine politics during the World War II period. The Ramirez regime broke relations with Germany and Japan, and it was then that Amadeo was forced out of the Foreign Office. The Ramirez regime was overthrown in a revolt of military officers, who apparently feared that Ramirez intended to declare war on the Axis. After Farrell was installed as president, Peron emerged as the real power and later dictator. A State Department spokesman told The New York Post that it would be "difficult" to determine who wrote the 1946 publication. tries, Europe and in Israel. It is worth noting that most of those whom the JDC helps no longer can be technically classified as 'refugees.' But the needs of these people are as great as in the days of homeless wandering, or greater." A third speaker was Itzhak Aronowicz, captain of the illfated refugee ship "Exodus 1947," which attempted to run the immigration blockades to Palestine. At Saturday night's opening dinner session. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University, told the conference audience that "American Jews have no right to become tired" of fund-raising appeals until Israel's people have received full economic independence. "What Israel's people accept through our great philanthropic campaigns is not for themselves," the noted Jewish historian and educator said. "It is accepted in order to keep the land open for the only spot on earth where every Jew is immediately welcome and where there are no restrictive immigration acts to hold him off." Dubinsky, UJA national cash chairman, who is also chairman of the UJA national campaign cabinet, called on the community leadThe'tiome'-of Jewish Floridian executive editor Leo Mindlin was apparently the target of a hate bomber early Tuesday morning. The bomb was burled instead at the home of Mr. Sam Mindlin, of Miami. The bomb tore a hole in the lawn and sidewalk of the Mindlin property. Sam Mindlin is no relation of Leo Mindlin. The bomber apparently sought revenge for a column Mindlin wrote last week, during which he charged Alan Courtney, popular newscaster of radio station WQAM with "intemperate" reporting of the Eichmann case. Courtney has accused Israel of crimes worse than Hitler's or Stalin's in the capture and impending trial of the notorious exNazi, declaring that Eichmann must be assumed innocent until proved guilty. Courtney's radio program was last week the site of n attempted rebuttal by a listener. THe" program 'is"conducted'on a bi-phonic system in which both sides of the conversation may be ; heard. In his rebuttal, a listener cited The Jewish Floridian's editorials. Courtney refused to countenance them because, he declared, The Jewish Floridian had several years ago crucified Roy Conn, erstwhile counsel to. the late. Sen.. McCarthy's investigating committee. In his television broadcast editorial Monday night over WTVJ. Ralph Renick, vice president in charge of news for the Miami CBS affiliate, discussed Mindlin "s column. He said that the First Amendment guaranteeing freedom of speech was not a license to shout "fire" in a crowded auditorium, and accused Courtney of "arousing !the worst instincts of men." The Mindlin column had reported seven crackpot telephone calls, including two threats of bombing 'and crudely offensive anti-Semitic language. The Sam Mindlin home was apapparently attacked in error. ers to continue their efforts in. securing cash. 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C3 4-A Hi* CFTJCE and PLANT — 120 NX. Tifaiakimt FH 3-0S tt ISXK SnA SwMC Xmt u tew iw J(r • tsnx £ ?•* craw • %  %  • Ott Aet M* x ian o/i /?/£/m, -Owe/ Ten Ye l//erW as Z/b/i/sf Spokesman P*K*1 TVw l*t l WIW nee*. f *-<• r% jrrmtiem • *e ie MIUMCIT L< 0km PNan Mmacrr L ,c ^ nt •f ferwef-f^ T PASCAL TM* TSBAEL BUBEATJ SB Ben Yibifi — Tel Aviv, MAY TJ. KSDEB Friday. June 24. 1! 29 Srvas 5720 Protesting too Much Had die Tefacrcph d? Nat reafry. Oc ic the matter of the ne v ejjy of toe Ai \ t n Km denwTiri far Eachancmn s return, the Tesegrcpk suggested that 1 n the Froorhz Gov-ernment go ecsy. there would be so daernatrre bat to suspect fat raotrres. letaniiiniri the Teaea (he behef that brael hod cri e d it concrnded editorniny that the knhnspptog of a Nazi wnr ~-~" ^ ~^T' :r* ^woensac, tinder fosse none and false papers is the Snt Jna^ssPti vex hardly worth the knsV Hcraiy hod the Telegraph apacea. when the news brake. The New York Poet, e hu ee major rohrnwiwr. Mas Lerser spp— regukrrry in The Jan ah FtorJdx=L sad the Yiddish kaagnage dairy. The Farwcrd. is en Eaghsh le pa rt cc ss I ant po pe. Iuesdey. Dr. Mario A rnodoo. Argentina s representative at the ON. who was on ocy to pxesea: his country's case against Israel before the UN. and who has been a major factor is the Frondm GoverassBBfs eo hibW assssJatoBjfoJ -yNt JIW MAS the rengMn ef Justice, ss the Fetouvisu had t* %  rtfcej— ef Pact, or Benaa the reagtoa of Science. 1VU(4 af mrtiee seasoned aad strengthened the Jew. hi their be* vutferan. The Messiah %  nothing set the symbol ef eternal je rt i n v/hieh. then %  may forsake tto.world for erataries. eaaaat fail m remi sanee*, ear day." "Has is what Leee Btaav haasee* rather remote froa rht spiritual raises af Judaism said ia praise af what represented hhe an erigm of wan* to wm prand. A fervent dasciple af Jaeres, Bhaa eesfaaafy had as m*"mt| (ash to jastice aad apparently that %  iwaatfae aas the ver> reases w bs admiiatiue far the Consul effort, wnh assay Jewish MteSechaa, the passasa for jastice oAea eases with a aart af revolt aiaisst the, with the a dh e reee e te Seriahsai. aad later to Ztoaisaa. af this as rf the Freach Jewish aad ceaforaust % %  areiiiiir. Mare Jarhhaa who. ia the Seriates* Party aad as arestdeat f the Preach Zaaast Federatiaa. was aah* te aetaeat aS the procesat* %  Lean Bhaa's thaduag. has teld hew deraar the PirS VerU Wr. aha he was secretary (chef


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BB^HB j. Jun* 24. 1960 +Jeni$tncr/driaw Page S-A fER TO THE EDITOR 'eader Deplores ACLU 'Softheads' |TOR. Tha Jewish Floridian: he Utter of Howard W. Dixon, (itman of the Florida Division r he CiviJ Liberties Union dated ie 17, is a remarkable display BjVCte and rancor. Name callts baraiy becoming to so upan organization. One wonders ether tfce abusive epithets of! r letter are simply the legalistic |Lic^ of a lawyer who finds he I I a weak case. ^r is i1 a case of bad conscience? j A.C.L.U. must feel a guilt' iplex towards the Jewish peo-; in rushing to the defense of ; rican Nazis who rant the Hiti l-Goebbles Une. Psychologists infm us lhat one develops a hate nplex toward victim he has infed. Mr. Dixon's letter displays greater animosity against The l-ish 5toridian than toward the tire Rockwell clan. have been a member of the 2.L.U. for a number of years. \th time I write my check for rs I hetitate, put if off and finaltry tc convince myself that in Ite oi the antics of this welllining group, with its Jewish ftheads, it also does good work, a last' rtsort, I argue that this (anization should be supported theenemies it makes. Yat H was disconcerting to jratch th A.C.L.U. assisting th* Iv Kluxers in the past. Its supart of John Kasper in his atpt to flout the injunction on jregiior by a Federal judge irrying out the mandate of the |.S. Supreme Court was simply (surd. And. now, rushing to the defense of Rockwell's Nezis, upholding their rights to harangue that Jews must be completely exterminated, becomes too ridiculous for words. Mr. Dixon creates an isme that Bad no longer be ignored. I stand >quarely behind Milton Friedman and The Jewish Floridian in this Jiatter. Incidentally, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and other press dispatches have reported fully on Rockwell's venomous attacks, which Mr. Dixon dismisses as inconsequential. A member of the white Protestant majority, his ox is not being gored. He intimates that the lack of resignations from the A.C.L.U., nationally and locally, implies approval or even ratification of its action on the Rockwell dangerous idiocies. This is more than I can take. Now I must forego my support of the A.C.L.U.. despite the good it has done. After a long membership, I am resigning in protest of its aiding and abetting the American Nazis advocating the annihilation of Jewry. HARRY SIMONHOFF Miami EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Due to the fact that an unauthorized person placed an endorsement in the recent primary elections in the! name of Biscayne Democratic Club, this organization again goes on record reaffirming its policy of not endorsing any candidate, except when a Democrat is running against a Republican. This has always been the policy of Biscayne Democratic Club, and the organization went on record unanimously to continue no endorsements in primaries. SOL COHEN, President Biscayne Democratic Club George C. Petersen, Republican gubernatorial candidate, lunches with prominent Republicans of Dade county to discuss a campaign program to elect the first Republican Governor of the State of Florida in November. Shown are James W. Dickey; George Brumlik, Leland Hyzer, Petersen, Thomas L. Wolfe. Matthew Slepin, and Leon Ell. JNF Council In Bon Voyage lyrde Stated Sunday pown and Country Clubbers will a br.yflde on Sunday, 7 p.m., the Golden Glades Ranch. 7699 170th st. The organization is sn to unmarried Jewish men %  d women 29 to 45 years of age. Frondizi r Gurion Soviets in Two Continued from Page 1 A scribed on the Council's agenda, thus making possible full debate on the issue. On the other hand, Russia might side at the Council with Israel on its method of capturing Eichmann, pointing out that the arch-criminal was able to hide in the Western world for 15 yeers.) The consensus of many experienced observers here was that, if the Argentine issue does receive public airing before the Security Council, that body might adopt a resolution only "recommending" that Israel return Eichmann to Argentina, as the Buenos Aires government insists. Such a recommendation, however, would not May Meet; Roles on Adolf COST HOME LOANS To Buy, Build or Refinance Inquiries Invited • No Obligation "One ol the Notion's Oldest and Large I j0ade Federal _*


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Page 6-A pUt fhrkiiar Friday. June 24. 19|) Photo-Lites at Federations Annual Dinne r Paul Marks (left), a newly-elected member of Greater Miami Jewish Federation board of governors, is seen with Joseph M. Lipten, newly-appointed 1961 CJA campaign chairman at Federation's 22nd annual meeting held last Thursday at the Americana hotel. John Temple (left), a Federation governor, is greeted by Loon Kaplan, chairf man of the budget committee. \ Jay Kislak (left), dinner chairman and toasfmaster, chats with William Harris, who was honored at the meeting for "outstanding service to Federation" in connection with his assistance at Federation headquarters. Mrs. Sara Cossik, president of the Residents Council at the Jewish Home for the Aged, presents a check for $400 to 1960 CJA chairman Sam Blank. The contribution represents gifts made by senior citizens at the Home. Sam Seltzer (left) was the guest of Federation board of governors member Leon J. Ell. Among prominent business and professional leaders of the community attending ^annual meetmg were (left to right) Paul Rimmoir, Julian WomkU, Horbart Matnes, and Carl Wamkle.



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June 24. 1960 Jenisti fkrldlian Page 7-A >0 CM at $1,650,000; leiman Reeiccted President J. Heiman was rcelectrd to lond term as president of the |er Miami Jewish Federat.on 22nd annual dinner meeting federation last Thursday in the ricana hotel. At the same time, [Blank, general chairman with pd Thurman of the 1960 CornJewish Appeal campaign, linced that CJA had raised a jof $1,660,000 in t w e '60 drive, revealing the CJA figure, declared that "Miami pa tl far exceeds the actual to and that this area "has the ilation. the means, the Jewish prstanding and the sense of resibility which are the basic reements of any campaign." flatly underscoring hit belief %  t W* hay* the capacity to •nee our fatal needs," Blank er1heless admitted thet funds during the I960 campaign the ongoing programs of lo•genciet and Miami's share nation*I end overseas pro ms represented slightly more |n half of whet had been esti|ted by communal leaders as itimum needs this year. ailing for renewed dedication every campaign leader and voider toward their own responsiBlank declared that any Age or progress in the direction Raising far greaser amount•> of Hey must begin with the leaders iselves. accepting his second term as |ident of Federation, Heiman ested that "people must underthat a growing community variety of needs of a complex p, and these needs can best let through one organization has the responsibility of |ing, coordinating, and finane ned Heiman: "In the coming Greater Miami Jewry may peed with a backlog of un social situations." But, he Heel. "Federation bas been years the Jewish commuK instrument of thought and imi bas shown "remarkable" in size and population durhe near.quarter of a century federation's life-span, Heiman fated, adding that this has enormous strain on Federa capacity to meet local needs. hey have not been adequately l, s he said, "but knowledge and Brstanding of these needs are filial. If* ar* singularly blessed lo ve in our Federation a group (communal leaders with the axrience, leadership, and skill jired to cope with Miami's growth problems. It is my own feel-rig that you sincerely want our welfare services to be as good cr batter than those of any community of our size in the United States. With your help and support, we can transform this desire into reality." Elected at the annual meeting m addition to Heiman, were tTUs tees, officers and 259 members of the board of governors, represen! ing some of Dade county's most capable and prominent community workers, with wide experience in welfare, finance, organization and administration. re and new members of ttu %  *! boar.l <,r fovi i In iionururj president, Aaron M. Banner; v i. .,,r. .|il, in-. I Mo i iCl n.iti. A. J. Hani!.. Mrs. Btanle) C, dyers, Haro.d Thurman, and Julian VVeiiikle; treanrnvr, Jaj KlHlak: u % 'la • eaNurer, Curl Bunaklntt % % %  < %  %  r> Judge ll Villa; ""via n. .i -UK %  • i etarj, Emmanuel smiih. PSat preeMenta are 8am Blank, RenJ.imiii Bronaton, Howard Kane, \la Irovltx, Stanley C. M>era, Dan rt.i-.>. .-un,.-,. .ml Carl Weiokle. riusteea a• %  • %  chairman, Hamuol N. ind, William tgranove, rihepnl liroad, Leo CfcaJkln, Leo i i-. n! idge Ml 1 '.,!, \. K r <. mini. Mra, l..Miis Qiasaer, Ram A Crbldeteln, M, J, itupeiowJta, staoej LeTooert, Barn C. I.iwn.sun. U. n .\lo.i-,, Jift'ph K"..-'\ Unold fcfeeder, and Mrs. Samuel Blmonhoff. rionorar) truateea include l'a\lri llllllliiH, llari> Sir i. in, ami Mm. "'art W. inkle. New etov" no are Barney Bernstein, MMrim 1. Jamoa Cohen, Arthur BeWard K. -ii'ai.-lii. Jack Kink i lira KlaeCOld, Aliram Knx, Mra. S.iiI MI ijoliiacein, Jaoa D Uoedon, I'au! lurdun, Mrs. Chi rt< • Gottlieb, aim .ji ion s. .iei TL Jerome 'J tl Nathan "luni. n.k. Fn-.l K. Shochet. M Paul ii-< raid, K. P' -i lai'.s. lack Katiman, Heymour Keith, Bins KoHHOff, t'al Kovei.a, Airs, '.M .. i i.. inan, 1US Snl..in..?i MaranlK Paul II Marks, ll.uk Meyer, irvln*. Mill. r. Hinov, v .i Motaaky. Kmll Mo ton, i! heii Newman. M Oaalp, Jack Poptok, •' %  ii i port, I...Ratner, Maurice Revlta, a..I It. Ill 111! II. Lex n.ii il i: si n. II.-.-i-ii. I Raeentlta', M H Donald Robin iLniu Ituiin.k, Lee Huwltcn, Dr. M. .1. Sara. Ham K SabwartS, AUUrl. • %  A Began: Mrs. I'avi.i Rhepor, Storm SUKK. M %  Max Btadler, Edward Stern, !l i..1,1 Kti'UDipi, Harold Tarui". John i Tl ni|>lr. Robert T.iivhln. Mra. HeinJ u Mi,|,. Irvlnv -W**l*r, and Stan %  > Hi. RESERVE NOW! DAVID NOSMBR'S MBf. sjNMr M strictly HOTIL ~ ebt-re-d POOL. • CABANAS M Tkt OCfAH • 47* SHUT, MUHl *C( Phone UN 6-0121 doily, per person, dbl. ecc. 35 Rooms Te J*hT 1 JUIY AlJsMIST ADD $1 DAI1Y (WITH 2 DELUXI MEALS Bayshore Club Installs Officers Bayshore Exchange Club installed new officers Saturday at a reception aad diner in the Deauville hotel's Napoleon room. Some 200 members and guests attended the reception and dinner, according to Jack Voting, in charge of arrangements. New officers in^alled include Myron S.Zeientz, president; Lester Goldstein, vice president; Frank Weldon. secretary; Marcel Dreyfus, treasurer. Additions to the membership of the board of control include Arthur M. Kahn, Charles Weinberg, and Benjamin Gould. Russians Now Renting Cars By Special Report NEW YORK — The Russian government tourist agency, Intounst, has just advised American Express of a further convenience to encourage foreign visitors to tour the Soviet Union. It is now possible to rent a Russian made "Volga" car after arrival in the U.S.S.R., with or without a driver, and to make independent tours on the various automobile routes marked out for foreign visitors. DE LUXE CABANAS MAANOW o NOVEMBER 1st from *fUU 6 PERSONS Thrill to all the wonderful aJoaoyr OO Of Jfcjf. I10.CO0.000 re.ort world /.>".BJf •"•J***""" our reoulir oue.te '"J'^T nc ud n .-^maSi poppin"a whole new world of •" &f • rt '" ma 1 n 1 t Pleasure I Supervised P'ayarea ^r^Chlldren. leenaae rumpus room, heelth club, steam rooms, solaria, poolside bar. ^Seville FOI INFORMATION CAUMR. DON JE 2-2511 WMk ? re;ITS IN 'Ml Hlttl 01 Ml*"l Bt 4 '" Sam J. Heiman (right), reelected to a secona term a^ president of. the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, receives congratulations from Sam Blank (left), CJA general chairman. They are shown with Irving Kane, national president of the Council of Jewish Fedsrations and Welfare Funds, who was principal speaker at the Miami Federation's annual dinner meeting. Kane Calls for Strong Jewish Federation Role Irving Kane, of Cleveland. O.. president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, told a capacity audience at the 22nd annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last Thursday that "Miami, with 80.000 Jews, is today one of the largos* Jewish eommuni'ies in the world. "In matching that quantitative change with the quality of your achievement, you should in the next decade take your rightfu' place as one of the great Jewish communities of the world." Kan*, whose own city is among the top Jewish communities in the U.S. in fund-raising, spoke as the leader of CJFWF, overall organisation of Jewish Federations throughout the U.S. and Cinmtia. Keying his address to what lies ahead during the next ten years. Kane said that "you cannot squeeze 80.000 into a 1938 Federation any more than you can squeeze a familv of ten in'o a room built for one. And these 80.000 people and their needs are vastly different in 1960 than they would have been in ,1938." The object of Jewish community i fund-raising is no longer charity, !Kane declared. Men, women and [Children "even as you an I," he said, "today seek the assistance of Federation agencies for their per sonal needs, such as family ad marriage counseling, aged lMHia.il. and community centers. "These programs exist without regard to economic fstfltwi" he %  aid, "and cut across the entire social sfructure of the Jewish co|iimunity." To meet the increased and cbanaing need, Kane suggested the "strengthening of your Federation and the agencies which comprise Federation, so that they will be equal in structure and substance and function to momentous times in which we live. Suggesting that Federation is the hub of Jewish community affairs, ; he said that these organi/.iUio/is have made it possible "to budget and distribute funds in relation to legitimate needs and not in relation to pressure brought to bear by individual supporters of particular agencies. "We have," he indicated, "the ability to concentrate on people and their needs, cutting acrt SoUaid. Sunny Ulet 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I J



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—1Q | Page 8-A -Jewish ncrMtan Friday, June 24. 1$ Students receive diplomas on graduation at Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Steven Newmark, Temple Judea. Front (left to right) are Adena Paul Klein. Joel Wolpe. Wayne Silver Don Skop. Michael Schulner, Bette Rosenberg. RabRobins, George Gelb. and Benjamin Udoff, bi Morris SkoD. Irene Stein. Lester Longer, education director. Graduation ceremonies Cheryl Kronowitz. Standing (left to right) are were during recent Friday evening services. Loudspeaker Ban Lifted On Rockwell Capital Rallies Continued frero Page 1-A Doable widespread prote* th<' Marine (oq • a mariea again active at Rcxku, weekend as a L Rockwell also bragged ih £ v L u.M recruited a U.S. Capitol DO£ officer to his "stormtroop f 3rC (* Arlington County Judge Paul D But Rockwell who taunted baited Brown convicted two'n 1( .n ; ^ and defamed Jews, was not arrest K „ „„.:„„ .. D „.,,....„ """I the weekend in Nazi disturbances here. Included were two Jews who voiced disagreement with Nazism at the rally. Arthur Meyerhoif. a Hyattsville. Md.. engineer, was arrested for shouting at Rockwell. and defamed Jews, was no, arresib> Hce M Rockwe „ ed. police said, because they had 0nc was found gui|ty ^,-JJll orders to preserve speech." B-G, De Gaulle Hold Second Round By WALTER EYTAN JTA Staff Correspondent PARIS—(JTA)— Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion ended his official visit to France with a 75-minute private talk with President De Gaulle, the second of his visit. The second meeting had been arranged at the request ol the French President. The second meeting was unprecedented in that it was the first time that President De Gaulle asked a visiting dignitary to call on him for a second talk in a single visit. The length of time the two leaders have spent together — a j total of two hours and 45 minutes j —also was unprecedented. It had | not occurred previously in any meetings between the French President and visiting foreign statesmen. In the rigorous protocol of the Fifth Republic, every gesture of the President has a specific moaning, and observers noted with Interest that President De Gaulle conducted the Prime Minister up the stairs leading from the entrance to the Elysee Palace, a gesture which the French President has in the past reserved for heads of state. President De Gaulle smilingly held Mr. Ben Gurions arm as he walked nearly to the door of the Prime Minister's car. Here the two leaders stopped to chat a few more minutes before they shook hands and the Prime Minister drove off. An Elysee Palace spokesman aid the meeting was "most friendly" and indicated that the subject | was probably the Middle East, an iarea in which President De Gaulle has dealt very little. The talks | with Mr. Ben-Gurion were his first lopporunity to get a complete briefling on the Middle East, and it was evident that he had seized the op[portunity to hear the Prime Minister's views. Leaders of French Jewish organizations gave the Prime Minister a reception at which more than 350 guests applauded him when he told them to be ready to contribute to the ingathering of a million emigrants from the Soviet Union during the coming decade He appealed to French Jewry to I do their utmost to make this possible. Speaking at luncheon in his honjor, Mr. Ben-Gurion pledged that the Jewish people, "which has a good memory, would never forget | the moral, political and military help provided by France to Israel %  in its difficult times." The luncheon was tendered by the "Amilie I France-Israel." M. Michelet, Minister of Justice 1 who was one of 14 Cabinet members attending the luncheon, extended greetings to the Prime Minister and the people of Israel. He declared that the Prime Minister •incarnates as head of State of Israel the phenomenon that not money, or armies or power makes a nation great but its spiritual values." Earlier in the day Mr. BenGurion paid tribute to Paris as "the second capital" of every civilized human being for its cultural values. He made that comment during a visit to Pierre Duvairgne, the Mayor of Paris, at the city hall where the Prime Minister received a plaque marking the 2,000th anniversary of the French capital. One of the most moving aspects of the Prime Minister's tour of Paris was his visit to the Memorial to the Jewish Martyrs. Thousands of residents of the surrounding Jewish quarter waved and cheered as the Prime Minister solemnly entered the memorial and descended into its crypt to stand before an enormous Star of David cut out of black marble. He wrote his name in the Book of Honor and commented to aides that "this memorial will live forever but an even more adequate memorial to the Jewish holocaust exists in Jerusalem and in the State of Israel itself." *•" and sentenced to 60 da"> jjjj of which were suspended. Anotaf Larry Selinker. 22 year-old Prov-; w as convicted of breach of fe %  clrnce.' R.I.. man who recently reP cace because ** used i^ngtuge ceived a Masters degree from the calculated to provoke a (,.,..fc American University here, was ar-i was "?" of which 575 rested after being abused by one suspended. Judge Brow n coua* of Rockwells •stormlrooper The to a later date the asaul; etur,, Nazi, also arrested, forfeited $10 i ainsl the anti-Nazi involved a collateral. Selinker asked for a trial and will appear in Municipal Court on July 10. In another Nazi fray, police in nearby Arlington, Va., at the Nazi headquarters building, arrested two Nazi* and a non-Jewist antiNazi. The anti-Nazi and on* Nazi were charged with assault. A second Nazi involved in the brawl wa held for using profanity. B'nai B'rith Social Singki B'nai B'rith Social Singes piaai a day of fun at the Cast a..ays M. tel on Sunday beginning n i p^ I The program will include s* ming, dinner and dancing. n charge ot informal on i; Chart, | Jaffe, 1006 Jefferson ave. Only GUEST Hies to EUROPE Directly from Miami. Visit Europe's Most Interesting and Exciting Cities on GUEST Extra Cities Bonus Plan. Fly to TEL AVIV via GUEST "Route of the Sun" for Only $934-20 ECONOMY CLASS ROUND TRIP PLUS Guest Extra Cities Bonus. See as many as 20 Extra Cities at no additional cost. Caest AefoM* Mexica, 301 1L Satan. St, Mmi. Ft FREE! PIMM sesa M Ween e yaw Saa eee-Fea eo>. hive) *0Mt la_



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Friday, Juno 24. 1960 +Jeist> fkrihtr Page 9-A r> .. 3£ Officers o Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith at recent installation ceremonies are seated (left to right) Sanford Swerdlin. vice president; Eli Hurwitz, president-elect; Edward Klein, president; and David Rayvis. vice president. Standing (left to right) are Leo Axlrod, trustee;. Martin Budnick. financial secretary; Morton Palmer, corresponding secretary; and Marvin H Pearlman, treasurer. Installation was June 5 at the Deauville hotel, with Judge Milton Friedman serving as installing officer. Sidney Palmer, outgoing president, was awarded a bronze citation. Morton Palmer. Mike Gold. Robert Lewison and Martin Budnick served as co-chairmen of the dinner affair. Amadeo Presses UN for Investigation ,vJT.T D N ATIONf-tJTA^Length, behind-the-scenes efforts to, -|TlHll ll ...in that h. was tnT. L u Z I C UnCl1 SCSS 0n n Ar en,inas mpl-int against Israel not p£j5f& XvSLR CZ P Jt Eichmann case appeared this week to have broken down I •* P*aking on Hi* substance of I The steam appeared to have gone out of the effort, sparked by some lLalin-American delegates to the UN, when the entire Latin-American T>loc agreed, after an hour-long i the grievance but merely discussing the general rules applicable. lated Argentine sovereignty m ? u,e because of its "dire not to ; !" '* h '!f "^"stated as the cempeeizing Eichmann by "illicit and j* 00 "*" the close friendshipbe l ,ent „ b ? d >'.JP r trv,n 8 Eichmann, he fclandfstinemeans Argenina has tWeCT ,he two c0 """-ies. The mem| !" P"j d: The c urt "as never been demanded" EiThmann's Surn ^ ?"i < qUeSli n t0 )S^theS"tycSSl ses ngS about tnc enormity of Eichimplicated for me to answer be^n when Israel did St accede !T ann S !" but *—i— that causp ^ J d >" a < knowledge is not The session was set for Wedem^ ,^:~ n fi 1 dera, ,on of a y k j nd including those invoked by the government of Israel, could supercede the sovereign right of Argentina." %  y.) Th* request for the Security (Council session was made by Dr. Mario Amac'eo, Argentina's UN representative. The request contended that the presumed violation sets up a precedent of a country "taking justice in one's own hands" and that this constituted "a grave danger to the preservation of peace." The memorandum referred to a Itwo-hour conference held previously between Dr. Amadeo and Mrs. [Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign MinMeanwhile, Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold said at a press conference this week that "a question of principle" is involved in the grievance which Argentina brought against Israel before the Security Council. He made it clear, however, that he was not judging either the "merits or demerits" of Argentina's ease, but speaking merely from the viewpoint of the Security Council's competence in the islister, in which the Argentine dip'• *"•• fc nd To^ STJLfSi £ end Mrs. Meir adhered to the Is, A 3'L „ft? d h nd,e S* rael governments position of detSZ i„ „? P S,nC e """ „Ti_i„„ ,~ J„ grievance involves "a legal quesclming to do so Ition, while the Security Council is The memorandum stressed that a political body," he replied: before approaching the Security Council, Argentina had tried to Mrs, Bor kin is Sponsor Mrs. Rose Borkin will sponsor a swim party and luncheon for Tifereth Israel Sisterhood at Morningside Park on Tuesday, starting at 11 a.m. "As this question is, or will be probably, pending in the Security Council, I cannot comment on the substance of the case but in a hypothetical sense, there is a question of principle involved. If a member state should feel that a certain rule is essential to safeguard it „ from danger, the Security Council, El ^, ma nn escape Jus,,ce CANTOR, YOUNG MAN, vary pleasant lyric tenor, well versed in Cantorlal liturgy, can train choir, experienced in teaching Bar Mitzvah and Hebrew, seeks yearly position, or for High Holidays, with Conservative Congregation. Cantor E.. Box 2973, Miami 1. Fla. m EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Controller, Office Manager t Accountant. Experienced in Fund-raising A Organization. Miami resident; available July \. Write, A.A. Box 2/3. Miami 1, Fla. competent enough for that." In Bonn this week, a spokesman for the West German Ministry of Justice confirmed this week reports that Argentina had failed to reply to a request last January for the extradition of Dr. Joseph Mengele, a Nazi concentration camp physician. Mengele, who has been on the list of "wanted" war criminals for the past 15 years, was in charge of sorting out victims at the Auschwitz murder camp, dividing them j into those to be gassed and those to be sent to slave labor units. And Foreign Ministry officials in Jerusalem received the news this week on the Argentine request for a Security Council meeting without alarm. Observers here reiterated their belief that the Security Council debate might be helpful in restoring the Eichmann matter to its "proper dimensions." The nature of Eichmann's capture in Buenos Aires is viewed as a minor technical issue compared with the enormity of the crimes involved and the "patent absurdity" of any move which might help can, within the limits of its authority, rule whether there is creation of tension or, more than tension, perhaps a risk involved. I say this without in any way judging the merits or demerits of the case. "The Security Council can be used—not as a court— but is limited in authority to decide if the rules are applicable or not, whether to accept or reject such n application," he said. He then Israel sources also • argue that the UN was established to prevent re-occurrence of Nazi type crimes and that it was "unthinkable" that the UN should now become a kind of de facto protector of Nazi war criminals. Israel officials have meanwhile contacted here and in other capitals representatives of countries which are members of the Security Council. These representatives have been briefed on Israel's position. Israel Tour Leader Named EXCELLENT BAAL TEFILAH & BA'AL TEKIAH Available for me HIGH HOLIDAYS Miami Resident Write .A.. ten ?73, Miami I. Ha. David Goodwin, tourism chairman for the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America, has announced the appointment of Gil Rappaport as leader of t h e "Summer in Israel" tour being sponsored by the region. The group wil spend 16 days in Europe and three weeks in Israel. Rappaport is the executive director of ZOA's Southeast region, a post he has held for the past seven years. He served as director of the Florida office of the Zionist Youth Commission. Included in the itinerary of the tour will be a special luncheon at the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School, maintained by the Zionist Organization of America in Ashkelon, receptions at ZOA house in Tel Aviv, and special meetings with many of leading government officials. Also'participating in the tour will be Harry Jaffe, of Birmingham, immediate past president of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America.



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Page 10-A +Je*ist>fk>r*M!>r Friday. June 24, 19$Q Miami Student Is Brandeis Grad Harvey Robert Glaaser, of Mi ami. received a Bache'or of Arts degree a! Ihe ninth commences! -i at Brandeis University. T w *mmfltf?i' tW MFren >* i* •red by British scholar and statesaaaa the Rt. Hon. Philip J Noel-Baker, rtiipi—I of the 195P Kobel Peace Pnre. M of Mr. and Mis Abraham Glas-. oJ IT41 SU t. rj major at Brar. he eras .i Dean's List student, rfcea president of S.P.E A.C and chaii man of the general education mtttee of the .-enior cla.-s He plans to do graduate work in anthropology in the fall at the In iver-ity of Pennsylvania on a Wilson National Fellow ship Glasser is a graduate of M: ami Senior Hiah School, where he v.. a member of Student Council acd president of the Beta Club Tests Sfeow Improvement CHARLES S. LAVIN ANNOUNCES NEW ORGANIZATION PUNS CHARLES S. LAVIN, whose idfas have been editorialized in Reader's Digest, announces the addition of the famous Palm Beach Hotel at Palm Beach, Florida. This is a truly luxurious place for retirement; the average rate being $86.50 per month per person, double occupancy which includes three meals a day. Single rooms are also available. Special dietary kitchen and dining room available at $1.00 per day extra charge. Reservations are now being accepted for our new Garden Mint:. Rentals start at $86.50per month per person, which includes a lovely private room with running water, and three well-prepared meals a day. Also tl it Mguests may enjoy the same social activities as those in the main building. Regardless of your age, you can now join The Charles S. Lavin Retirement Organization, the dues being one dollar ($1.00) per year. This entitles you to a monthly bulletin and should a member come to one of our hotels as a permanent guest, he or she will receive a discount of $100.00 the end of the first year. Sidney Palmer (left), outgoing president of Sholem Lodge, receives a plaque ior his "untirinq devotion in the work of B'nai B'rith" at the lodge's recent annual installation ceremony. Making the presentation is Robert Lewison, past president of the organization. Argentine MP Charges Amadeo Was Nazi Bigwig The results of the annual testing program of the Bureau of Jewish Education -hows a general improvement in the ach.evcment level of the Jewish scoots of Greater Miami. -__ At the close of each school year. li.,hed the Bureau admini-ters a b areas to over 3.000 students in some 18 < hools of Greater Miami The results of the three l.sls In Custom and Ceremonies. History, ani Hebrew -how an increase in the community median. in these areas, lrom two to n;nc points. The objectives of the annual testing program rt> to gather sufficient cases to eotablisn citywide norms of achievement in the Jewish schools so as to establish instruments of objective educational measurement for those schools. The community norms aro thon mad* availbla H all schools so as to cn w com. parrson with previous y* r show improvement or lack i progress. XQllinwillitp-naf mm M.L by the Bureau test the efteetivness of the sc riculum. of (-!>-room curefficient, and help to gain insigh ;n!o the necessary approaches t, u the general educational in the community. "nprove -^andards The 1960 test.ng prom o( ^ Bureau was under the d eetiaa of Louis Scbwartzman. e u:ive director of the Bureau, a Herbert Berger, assistant dire< /Men's Cub fo Meet Men's (.Tub of Coral i-h Center will hold Saturday evening at th Way jf,. gathering Center, AT OLD OaCHAlO BEACH, MAINE | Lafayette Hotel and Cottages -* DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN %  DieTAtV IAWS OBSE^EO AMERICAN PLAN • FAMILY PLAN • EUROPEAN PLAN (June end St I -mlv) An unpretentious vacation spot for real rest, recreation and relaxation! Fine Golf Courses and Pari-Mutual Racing -earby. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND BROCHURE. ADDRESS LAFAYETTE HOTEL, OLD ORCHARD BEACH, MAINE SAUl GOOOKOWSKY. Mgr. MAROID GOOOKOWSKY, ,;• Mgr. For specific information regarding the numerous Lavin Retirement Hotels throughout the country, please write Chariot S. Lavin as noted below. There is no obligation. I BUENOS AIRES——A member of the Argentine Parliament, representing the opposition Radical Peoples Party. Sunday publicly accused a high Foreign Ministry offi cial and this country's permanent representative to the United Nations of having been "enthusiastic followers of Hitler." The charges were voiced on a nationwide network radio broadcast by Ariuio Mathov. He debated Argentina's anti-Israel grievance at the United Nations with Dr. Is mael Bruno Quijano. Undersecretary of the Ministry of Justice. Mr. Mathov specifically named Pablo Pardo. legal adviser to the Foreign Ministry, and Dr. Mario Amadeo. Argentina's delegation chairman at the United Nations, who is pressing | the case against Israel's refusal te return Nazi butcher Adolf Eichmann to this country. Dr. Quijano reiterated the govommont's official stand en the issue, as presented to the UN Security Council last week by Dr. Amadeo, maintaining that Israel had violated Argentina's sovereignty by abducting Eictv mann and by refusing te return him here. Mr. Mathov, conceding that the question of Argentina's sovereignty was indeed at stake in the issue, said: "It is too, bad, however, that the officials who are handling this affair art Nazi Fascists Pablo Pardo and Dr. Amadeo." "Dr. Amadeo." continued the member of Parliament, "cannot be our spokesman at the United Nations, having been himself an enthuaiaatk follower of Hitler. There is no justification for our going to extremes to defend a Nazi mur derer Juridicial dialectics are elastic. If Eichmann were to be returned here by Israel, those elastic interpretations of legalisms | might become so complicated that I Eichmann could be allowed by | some officials to escape justice. "Argentina is a refuge for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Nazi criminals who escaped when the Nazi regime collapsed. 1 feel that the entire Eichmann matter should be referred to the International Court of Justice at The Hague, and not to the Security Council The Council is a political body, not a juridicial organ." there's more of everything at BROWN'S FABULOUS JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLUB CATALINA INDOOR POOL ft HEALTH CLUB It's no secret! Wg pamper our guests—you'll find that BROWN'S is heaven on earth-All Sport Activities— Private Lake—Free Form Outdoor Pool—Elevator Service—Air Conditofiing -a**l —Delectable Food—Supervised Children's Day f'jjf*o'"^ tt Camp-N.te Patrol-2 Kiddie Poors. Entertainment features Start of Iroodwoy and Holtywoos* Continuous Dancing with Herb Sherry Ordt.1*010 Terrace latin Musk—Nat Brooks in the Bfown Derby. JtMY LEWIS HEN-AGE FAN CLM • FIANNEI SOCIALS AM FUN CAlMt ftUDOIT IATES FREE OOLF 2 NEW P.O.A. COURIEf Sfir* BROWN'S Hlech Sheldrake. New York • Hurley.ill* 450 FOt RESERVATIONS: DIRECT WIRE W Atkins 4-7470 NEW 1 Charles S. Lavin I j Lavin Palm Beach Hotel 235 Sunrise Avenue Palm Beach, Florida I I j DCAft AW. LAVeNt lEndoeed is say $1.00 issinjbsnrilp j |fee Please send membership eordi jand Monthly bulletins. Youth Commission flames Officers Rabbi David Herson. of Beth Emeth Congregation, has been elected chairman of the Greater Miami Council for Zionist Youth. Other officers named for 1960-61 are Mrs Gerald Soltz. vice chairman; Paul Kuitney. financial secretary; Isadore Dickman. ZOA coordinator. Mr Manuel Burstein. Hadassah coordnator: Mrs. Jacob Bern stein, recording secretary: Mrs. Arthur WUlests. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Clara Burstein. treasurer: and Mrs Ana Miller, dues •secretaryFourteen children have left for Camp Young Judea in Henderson ville. X.C. for a two week camp Scholarships are under the auspices of the Zionist Youth Commission. HEALTH pui -I1NG oM %  dtasend pOMi ekie to tenuon ond fatigue nrfiev* ertfc Ms* blood preaunt. Superb botttouM right *e koSsi %  """ %  • •' *"""r fpo" ckorge for ckiUren under 14. FW kWiW e-w fc^kw -ris. t, t UO^im.^ m ^Um^ 9 w HOT SPRINGS NAT'ONAl PAR* A I tS



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June 24, 1960 *Jewisli ftcridiain Page 11-A ^^^^^^^^^ UMAAJU k PERPETUiL CARE FUu i Swuidm. H25,000 every cent of which is dedicated to preserving the beauty of Miami's finest Jewish cemetery Naturally, you will devote much time and serious consideration to the selection of a permanent Burial Estate for your family. That's why it is so irapertant to know about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery .... Mount Nebo. Over $125,000.00 is now in its Perpetual Care Trust fund, for which The First National Bank of Miami acts as trustee. This fund is steadily increasing and is the largest of its kind owned by any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami. It guarantees you a Burial Estate in surroundings that will always be maintained at the highest level of beauty and perfection. • OVER *.000 JEWISH FAMILIES REPRESENTING DADE COUNTY'S FINEST, HAVE ALREADY VlSE : % %  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK to n-oa.oa Ml. Naoo Camatary. *c. SS0> N. W. >rd Otr.at Miami, Marion Wo notn with conid,rbloaiufoclio* thai your Paraatuoi Car* Truil Fund oi which tan book ta Truata* now aaccada (115,000. May ( command you on your foresight and good planning ID craattng and maintaining a Parowtual Cara Trual Fund to oaauro your proporty own." that Mount N.bn will oa pa rfatuaily maintaiaod and knot ooauttful. Ail good wlfhaa for too futura. Sincaraly. Vic. PraVfoaVit'Tnd Sanior Truat Otiicar ^aw-wy WRB Y SELECTED BURIAL ESTATES IN MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY. MOUNT NERO IS CENTRALLY LOCATED It is easily and quickly reached. Whether you come by bus <>r drive your car you'll find it accessible. MOUNT NKBO IS F1KMLY ESTABLISHED Miami', oldest exclusively .Jewish cemetery has lor years been a place of solace, inspiration and beauty. AN ATMOSPHERE OK SKKKNITY is evident everywhere in Mount Nebi.'s lush, green parkways and its lovely tropical gardens rich with colorful plants and shrubbery. YOUR INVESTMENT is PROTECTED Your Burial Estate cannot be taxed or seized for debt. It is non-assessable, lien and judgment proof. A FIVE POINT PLAN provides burial protection for the entire family and b< comes I'IV upon acceptance of your application WRITE FOR DETAILS TODAY MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida Please send me, without obligation, full information on Family Burial Estates in Mount Nebo. Nom. MIAMI'S SM CEMH' b b i i 5 Northwest 3rd Street • Phone MO 1-7693 Addreu Gly. .Zon. .Srot.



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Pag* 12-A +JeistncrkJk*n Frkiq 7' June 24. igjpl Lipton to Head '61 CJA ""een-age founders of Temple Ner Tamid MinFabric. Drake Regent, David FJwitt. chairman, yonaires are honored at a special program. Seated (left to right) are Annabelle Press, :.^ft to right (top row) ore Fred Deutsch. coReba Kaplan. Elaine Press, Roberta Epstein. hairman. Jeffrey Valin. Robert Holtzman. Melody Beder. Richard Nechtman, Brian Eichenwald. Bruce Unveil Unique Music Project A unique musical project, ''Youth Composes for Youth." was unveiled here last week al the an nual installation and awards dininr of the Friend^ of the All-Miami ^ >uth Symphony at the Biscayne T rrace hotel. Judge Kenneth Oka. Miami Beach city councilman, long noted in music circles here, and his father. Samuel Oka. announced their sponsorship of the project. "Youth Composes for Youth" will cover junior and senior high school* throughout Dad* county. Eligible students may enter their original compositions for first, second and third priies of MOO, 150, end $25. The All Miami Youth Symphony, under the baton of Robert Strassfonrg. conductor and director, will perform the three top works ctao%  H from among county-wide enu.es at the symphony's National Music Week Concert in May. 1961 The prize-winning order will be determined at that time. Compositions should be not more than ten minutes in duration or lea than four minutes. Legiblywritten manuscripts, together with parts orchestrated by the composer, must be submitted by Jan. 1. 1961. Entry blankand information are available from Strassburg. 526 Perugia. Coral Gables. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Every Friday Night 8:15 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Greater Miami 137 N.E. 19th St. A feform Synagogue M JOSfM I MAIOT. Camp Season Opens Here MrJack August, camp administrator, has announced that the 1960 Camp Avir season opened on Monday for an eight-week period. Programs have been officially set up for activities in arts and crafts, swimming, games, and other allied sport'-, and cookouts. A "class" consists of 15 children with a senior counselor assisted by a junior counselor and young counselor in-training. Honor Student Graduates Here Earl David Sedlik. winner of thei Silver Knight award in sportsmanship, graduates from Miami High School with many honors. While maintaining a high scho-| lastic average in a rigid science i and math schedule. Earl has managed to engage in a number of j extra-curricular activities. In addition to playing varsity %  football, he was president of the { Senior Class, a Science Fair winfeet in physics, and recipient of i the Junior Chamber of Commerce' Cup for being the "Outstanding Scholar Athlete" at Miami High. Earl is also a member of Naj tional Honor Society, Key Club, I Tri-Alpha (scholarship), Mu Al[ pha Theta (math), end a Thespian. In his junior year. Earl was first i string right guard on the State j Champion Miami High football team. He also served as class treasurer and won several essay contests. Earl has been active with youth groups through the YMHA and the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Earl has been accepted for a scholarship at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy. N. Y., where he plans to prepare for a 1 career as a research scientist. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sedlik. 221 SW 48th ave.. S Miami. Mr. Sedlik is associated with Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Continued from P9 M chairman of the American Red Cross fund drive io Dade county: Upton has. been active in the CJA Pace-Setters and Special Gifts Division for a number of years, and has played a teadfng role irr the Insurance Division. He is a life member of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, a founder and assistant treasurer of the board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and vice president and director of Temple Bmanu-EI. The new CJA chairman ha* demonstrated a deep interest in communal affairs for more than 20 years. He is a member of the University of Miami citizens committee, and is patron of the "Outstanding Citizens Awards" sponsored here annually by Sholem IxxJge of B'nai B'rith. He is past president and director of the Miami I-ife Underwriters Assn.. and served the Greater Miami Insurance Board as first vice president and director. In addition to being one of the founders and president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. he is president of the J. M. Lipton Insurance Agency.. Lipton helped organize the Amer ican Bank and Trust Company and was a member of its board. He has also served as president of the Florida Savings and Loan League, and holds a chartered Life Underwrite (C.L.U.) degree. He is a director of the University of Pennslyvauia Club, and a member of the American Legion, the Shrine. Kiwanls Club, and Westview Country Club. To Live in Heat* U', Ltt* Behind .1, to Ltvt Form* IS* jTi\ PAI WER1 NEMORIAIS "Miami'i Oajy iewh* •• %  •••at %  • %  "Man" Scheduled Unveiling, SUNDAY, JUNE 26 Mf. Hebe Ctmettry WlUIAAt KANTM. 2 %  Rabbi B. Leon H urine MWUr SAVAl, 3 ,.. Cantor Emanue. V "May Their SouU Repou in Eternal P. AMAMCCMENTS |y •AIMETS MIAMI MONUMENT CO. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Creator Maaaafs lareett A Oifet Supplier far Synogseaet, M a braw A Saaany Schaah, Wholesale A K flail ISIAfU GlfJS AND N0VEI.H 417 Wesbief,ten Ave. JE t-M7 Hy Tadelman is camp director. with Gary Kanner assisting. Mr>. ffajwjfcjl fJtCfW President Hannah Shor will be in charge of arts and crafts. Mrs. Dorothy Levesque is swimming director at the Casa Loma motel. Federal Names Board Member E. Albert ['allot, president of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Wednesday announced that William S. Shorenstein had been named to the board of directors of the Association. An attorney for more than 30 years. Shorenstein has been a resident of Miami since 1940 A native of Glen Cove. NY, he attended Colby College and Syracuse University. Well-known in Florida and New York in legal and investment cir-, cles, Shorenstein succeeds the late Charles A. Mills as a director of Biscayne Federal. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3*3431 FRanklin 91436 710 S.W. 12th AVMW Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR i Hebrew leek Store ISaS WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beach _. jf£ I 38*0 Hebrew R*ii.ous luppWe* fee | Srnaeoeues. Sctieou 4. Private Use ISRAELI 4. DOMESTIC GIFTS N1EWMZN FUNERAL HOME I3J5 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH iEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman r-uneol Director Lee Ruwitch. executive vice president and general manager of television station WTVJ. was elected president of the Florida Assn. of Broadcasters at the FAB annual convention last weekend in Jacksonville. Joseph Field, owner-manage* of WIRK. 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Iridery, June 24. 1960 > ; — — ,. -JmistinarXJto '#7 i: %  -. % %  ...... GEMS OF WISDOM (e need no ladders to the jtfoi, i Jneed on/51 • • observe the (true* Md /unctions of man's bodily pn* to t^now that the Creator /•* Mid. • %  from mv flesh j I see God.'' ABBA MAW. • • |A a house implies a builder, a ptt a weaver, a door a carpenter, the world proclaims Cod, its AKIBA. I • &f &f [Evidence of God 1 have found the existence of Israel. FLBO. • • • LHard as the world is to explain )th God. it is harder yet without I*" 1 MONTPPIOKE. • • • [God it of no importance unless I M of supreme importance. HB9CHBL. • • • • | In many shapes do men Thine ge frame, through all their vis' Its Thou art yet the same. HYMN OP CLORY. • • • • I The Cod of the Hebraic religion either a living, active, "feeling" pd, or He is nothing. IIKRRF.RI;. e • | The mystics unanimously bear ftnens that God needs us. BBRHSON. I &f e 'When )ews do the will of God. ey strengthen God' (Ps. 60.14). fhen thev do not. they "weaken T0t\" (Deut. 32.18). — LEV! B. PERATA. • i "Ye are My witnesses .... 1 am i." When ye are not My wit\tses, I am. as it were, not God. MIDRAM1 II Mil 1 IM • • Ye that did cleave unto the Lord lr God are alive every one of you day. DEUT. Page 13-A u rew rom-ertatiott i;??njps *-n s 3 ntf-mn m*vn T "I Tl -I T rttf-rvaa 1*$? inx or in lima nennn nrga •• | T T-: TT-: T T V V ? irrn .n^tfrra ni?irn il ? -i#x ,rviaii?an T irrooa TV3 i DDa • I r T • %  : ?tftnpi 1T na-aoatf ,rraipan nssisn ihn "?# rt "isp .lff^ on ?aa jura Ti a*?* £r> n nxa nai n^iii rnasa t T" T T 1 TT1TW .Tnaria ninstfa ~ifc p ntaa w^ iiy wa ^a ixaa # n^nD8-Tiosa .o-rDai r'toa 3n <7L WeaL Of JMt lavni s f AM/ SAKUIU Af IM riahfeexu arefeif Let Us Devote Ourselves Te Piohting for True Causes By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL Coral Way J.wish Center What is behind trie Japanese protest and rioting against President Eisenhower's visit, forcing cancellation of his Par East tour and signing of the Kishi treaty? Why does Argentina now loudly protest the epic capture of Adolf Eichmann, Nazi war criminal, after tacit complicity in unofficial extradition to Israel? Why did Soviet Premier Nitita Khrushchev lodge vehement protest, and thereby dash to pieces any hopes for world peace and security, by exploding the summit conference before it began? Was the U-2 spy incident a casus-belli? Was Andrei Gromyko's charge of American perfidy and moral savagery his seething denunciation, castigation and defamation of President Eisenhower, personally, and the United States, generally, justifiably provoked? This week's Scriptural text deals with an insurrectionist, or rebel, who protested too self-rightcously, too vaingloriously, against Moses, Aaron, and God. He led a revolt against the leadership of Moses, accusing him of excessive ambition for himself and his brother, Aaron. "Rav Lochem"—"Ye take too much upon you," cried out this first Jewish Auto-Protestant. Rebelliously, he hurled allegations of injustice, pride, and conspiracy against this man, Moses, the personification of humility and righteousness, who ever sought to avoid the glory and honor accorded a public cynosure, the prophet, hero, emancipator, and Law-giver of his people. To fully appreciate the significance of this catastrophe for Korah, the accuser—leader of 250 rebels, and near-disaster for Moses and Israel, recall the previous paragraph in the preceding chapter of "Bamidbar." The ingenious insight of the sages always demands the critical analysis of the juxtaposition of thoughts and logical connection of ideas. So the Midrash points out that it was the "monition of the Tsitsis," the wearing of fringes on the corners of our garments, that Korah disputed with Moses, over a legal interpretation. Korah was an ambitious man. As a Lev'ite, he was dissatisfied. He desired the Priesthood also. He | merely used the "fringes" as a pretext, a subterfuge for ulterior motives. In the cases of Japan, Argentina and Russia, surely "the lady (or nation) doth protest too much, me think" in modern day tragedies, more eventful than Shakespeare's Hamlet, who voiced it. Japan is anti| American as surely as other European, Asian, and Arab nations that i despise us, yet eagerly accept the billions of foreign aid dollars we give them. Argentina's tottering regime is being pressured by West Germany and other powers, who knew of Eichmann's whereabouts, but did not reveal it. Russia foresaw tremendous propaganda potential in the U-2 incident and utilized it for purposes of diversion. As Jews, we have always protested social injustice, tyranny, hypocrisy, and corruption. Now there are those Jewish AutoProtestants who protest against their own religion and synagogue in the name of reform and justice. Let them devote themselves to fighting for true causes of our true religion, true peace, and true brotherhood. p.m. Saturday S:in a.m. Sermon: "Misg-uklcd Uead'ernhJp." •ETH EMETH. 1C2B0 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi David W. Hereof). Cantor Hyman Fein. Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "RellglotiH Revolutions and Spiritual Rebel*." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Seymour, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foo*. who will host Friday Oneg Shabbat in his honor. •ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louie Rettman. • ETH JACOB. 301-311 Wa.hington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchee. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Levitan. BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joeeph E. Rackoveky. CONGREOATION ETZ CHAIN. 40* 16th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim Karlineky. o —— CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. %  755 SW 16th at., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Last late Friday service of season 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Vacations t'hanse Plans." Saturday 9 a.m. Bab Mitxvuh: Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenbei'K, who will host Friday Ones Shabbat In his honor. OADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1*1*0 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Eman uel Mandel. Friday 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker: Samuel Orltt, general co-chairman of Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee. Topic: ''Israel Today.'.' Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Rickey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kaye. fLACLER. GRANADA. SO NW Slat pi. Coneervative. Rabbi Bernard Shotcr. Cantor Fred Bernateln. Friday :4r> p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ifajvln Byer; Marc, son of Mr. anil Mr'Iuis i %  • i %  %  Mi' FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1M1 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Levlne. • — HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 tth et. Or.thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th at.. Hlaleah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk st. Coneervative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. et — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Coneervative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 6::I0 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Beginning; of a New Month." Bar Mltavah: Michael; nun of Mr,.and Mrs. Hyman Klisner. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Hcrschell Seville. Cantor Joseph Salxman. Friday 6:50 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "A True Perspective." Bar Mltavah: Robert, mm of Mr. ami Mrs Henry I .is, tu o MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipechitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:4". a.m. Bar Mil "... 11 Kenneth, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Garber. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at Coneervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowita. Cantor Edward Klein. Hrlday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Michael, son of Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Rappapori. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." fOUTHWEST CENTER. 643S SW 8th at. Coneervative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: '*LOa0lli from the Talmud." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rubinstein, who will hold FYlday Oncg Shabbat In his honor. Sermon: "New Heaven* and Earth." TEMPLE ADATH YESHU RUN. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. TEMPLE BETH AM. 9*50 N. Kendall dr., S. Miami. Reform Raoo> Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodnsr. Krlday 8:1S p.m. Gueat speaker: Dr. Michael Goodman, executive dlrc-tor, Jewish Vocational Service. Subject: "JV8 and the Jewlah Community.' Cantor Kodner to officiate in the absence of Rabbi Raumgard. %  o TEMPLE BETH EL. 1846 Polk et. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe at. Coneervative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Canter Emeei Schreiber. HVidi.y 8 p.m. Sermon: "A Great"lwme 1 ith his cart, draum by a rlonljcv. He was so poor that he could not afford to feed the donkey.' hence he devised a plan where he mould, upon arriving in a town, unharness hij ilonljey and cover him ivith the sljin of a lion and then set him out to pasture in someone's private field. The object was that no one would dare to duturb a lion in the act of eating. One day, as was his hab-t to allow his donkey to feed in someone else's pasture, the people of the community became greatlv alarmed with the news that a lion was loose in the vitmitv. Togehter thev took heart and surrounded the lion. They threw sticks and stones at him in order lo ml(e him go away. The lion in protest raised his voice, and out came the braying of a donkey. MORAL: Many are ;udged by r outward appearances, but as soon as they begin to talk., the truth comes forth. on an Important Facet of Jewish LJfe." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rdward Alma-s; Bruce, son of Mr. and Mra. Kenneth Waischoff. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae eve. Liberal, Rabbi Leon Kronieb Cantor Davlo Conviaer. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ban Grossberg. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvinej Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1ST NE Itth at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naret. Cmntmr Jacob Bornstein. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave>. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. o TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Oomberg. Friday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a m. liar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of l>r. and Mis. Seymour H. Fine. Sermon: %  'Weekly Portion." TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 801 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabol Leo Heim. Frtdav 8:15 a.m. Sermon: l.'Hitraoth — 'Til We Meei Again." Oneg Shabh:it boats: Mr. and Mrs. I.eon Rubenstein. Saiurilay 9 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th et. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Kiicl.y ::> p.m. Newly-elected officers of congregation and affiliate groups to I* honored. Baa Mltsvah: l.in.la ,ilalighter of Mr. and Mrs. tf. Thiboileau. Sermon: "All Typen of leaders." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Steven. BOB of Mr. and Mra. Ja<* Matxa. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday 8:30 p.m. Service to be conducted l>v Nathan Rosenberg. Saturday 9 a.m. Rev. Kdward Stock to officiate. TQRAH TEMPLE. 1254 Weat avo. Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaeel. o YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okoliea. Cantor Morris Beroer. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Rellaion Our Stronghold" Saturday 9 a.in. —o— YOUNO ISRAEL. 8*0 N 171ot a*. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 2a. mora ave. Coneervative. Rabbi B. Leon HurwHx. Cantor Meyer Gieser. Thi* page is prepared in CO; operation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami tXabbinI ical Assn. Rabbi Yaaitov G. Rosenberg Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Heraoo Tales and Gems of Wisdom Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitt Know Tour Heritage



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Page 14-A Jen is t fhrUknn Friday, June 24, lggn %  Browsing With Books: By HILARY MtNPtlN Chaim Weizmann: Evocation of Depths of His Dying .. HOLLOW GLORY. The Last Days of Chaim Woiiminn, First President of Israel. By Samuel Shiher. Translated from the Hebrew by Julian L. Meltxer. 256 pp. New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 11 E. 36th t. $4.95. EXTRAORDINARY and beautiful, this book. Most people know that Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the first President of the State of Israel, died with bitterness and disappointment. He looked back on a lifetime spent in singleminded service to creation of the S'ate. He could recall with the greatest pride that durinc World War I, he was the scientist who enabled the British to produce munitions acetone from maize, instead of from wood alcohol (which was difficult to obtain). As his reward, he asked for help for his people — words which were, according to Lloyd George, "the fount and origin" of the Balfour Declaration. His brightest-memories told-him that as President of the World Zionist Organization he wrung hearts with his eloquence; dimming, they spoke to him of the booing and dismissal from the 22nd Zionist Congress in 1946 for his compromise policy with the British. In splendor he could think that at the moment the Declaration of Independence of the State of Israel was being signed, he was in Washington talking to Truman to assure United States recognition of the new country, and that an earlier talk with Truman bad assured the inclusion of the Negev. Then tbe blackness would descend again, the heartache whieh never left him: that tbey then "forgot" to leave room for his signature on the Declaration. That he was the first President of the State was thought by some to be recompense: but for Weizmann it became a mockery as he saw that he was no more than a figurehead, with no voice in the affairs of the State. Capitol Spotlight: .... ,. ;(fc ..,,..,. (| ,.,,, ,„;.„ By MILTON FRIEDMAN 'Eichmann of Croatia' Living it Up in U.S. WASHINGTON W HAT ABOUT "the Adolf Eichmann of Croatia?" The dramatic Israeli capture of Eichmann, the most notorious living Nazi war criminal, has revived Che issue of Andrija Artukovic, Croatian Nazi police head, who is living luxuriously in California. Artukovic has poked dtrisive humor at long-snarled extara.iition proceedings. Washington experts on Balkan aspects of World War 11 were amazed this month at an even' in Congress. Connre-s:onal tribute was paid to Artukovic's Croatian Nazi "Ustachi" military forces. The L'stachis zealously collaborated with German war criminal Eichmann in the mass murdfr of Yugoslav Jewery. Artukovic played a leading role. Praise for the I'stachi Nazis came from Rep. Frances P. Bolton. Oho Republican. Mrs. Bolton lauded material bemoaning the 1945 defeat of the Axis in Yugoslavia. Croatian Fascist propaganda was actually printed in the Congressional Record at Rep. Bolton's request. It sought to link pro-Hitler L'stachis killed by the Yugoslav Resistance with American war dead honored on Memorial Day. The Bolton insertions alleged that allied forcces were responsible for a crime of "genocide" against listaehi NaOverseas Newsletter. B y EllAHU SAIPETER On Filming "Exodus' JERUSALEM BOBBY-SOXERS precariously swaying %  on ultra-high heels, wearing plenty oi lipstick and freshly made hairdos, invaded the vicinity of Police Headquarters in Jerusalem from the early morning hours. Prancing up and down in front of the scores of elee'ririans whi were hooking up giant klieg-lights and microphone booms in the square, they were obviously hoping to catch the eye of some talent scout who might be lurking — who knows — behind some tree. Otto Preminger was in town to shoot some scenes for "Exodus." Unfortunately, none of the young ladies who took all the trouble to put on the war-paint reached stardom that day. At best, they became part of the crowd of 12.000 which squeezed into the square in the evening to re-enact the mass scene of the Jerusalem public receiving the news of the United Nations resolution on partition of Palestine on November 29. 1947. The argument that has been going on in many Israeli circles ever since Leon Uris published his book was renewed as the shooting cf the film began in Israel. The ironical comment making the rounds was that the similarity between the film and the book is approximately the same as between the book and the historic facts. Of course, one can always argue about what is more important in such a case: To stick to the exact details or to employ means whieh would create, in the mind of the reader or the moviegoer, the atmosphere of the event. The producers of the Exodus obviously believe in the latter course of action. For example, the Jerusalem bus station, where one of the scenes of the plot takes place, is in a rather nondeseript spot in the older commerical section of the city and has the apperance of a bus depot anywhere from Oshkos to Beyruth. To make the bus depot scene more "authentic" a special bus station was built near Mt. Zion with the Old City in the background. The fact that only pilgrims on loot frequent the place at normal times, apparently did not appear as sufficiently significant to the producers. Or take the aforementioned mass scene. The actual event took place in front of the Jewish Agency building in the modern Rebavia quarter of Jerusalem. The building itself is also in modern style such as can be found anywhere in Florida or California. Mr. Preminger is spending quite a large 6um in Israel %  hooting some scenes of the film. Israel is very eager to attract other producers, zis. This propaganda emanated from the so-called "United American Croatians of Cleveland" and included excerpts from the "Croatian Franciscan Press." A satellite of Nazi Germany, the Ustachi Government exercising local control in Croatiain cooperation with the Nazis, declared war on the United States in 1941. The L'stachis murdered American airmen who bailed out over Yugoslavia from Planes damaged in the mass raids on the Rumanian oilfields. Aided by the Gestapo and SS Corps, Usttachi forces liquidated Jews, Serbs, and other anti-Naz s. Terming the defeat of pro-Nazis forces in Croatia a "tragic era." Rep Bolton. a member of the House Foreign Committee, is also on record as espousing pro-Arab and anti-Israel views. Anti-Nazi Americans of Yugoslavia origin, including .lews, are shocked by Rep Bolton's homage to the Croatian Nazis. They are even more infuriated by the seeming immunity of Artukovic who sneaked into the United States to escape trial as a war criminal. Artukovic, No. 2 man in the Ustachi regime, was personally in charge of admin stration of Ustachi operated concentration camps in which 30.000 Jews were systematically murdered and starved. He rose to power as an ally of the Nazis in the capacity of "Police Minister" when Hitler conquered Yugoslavia. Artukovic signed an order on June 4, 1941, which stripped Jews of their property and compelled them to wear a yellow badge with the letter "Z" (for "Zidov" or Jew). Artukovic bragged that he outstripped Hitler in the speed with which his police squad solved "the Jewish problem." He said he acted against Jews at once and • not like the Germans, who procrastinated matters with the Jews for years." Wartime orders to excute Jews carried Artukovic's signature. He was listed in 1945 as a Nazi war criminal by the Allied High Command. But he escaped capture in the postwar chaos. Artukovic entered the United States unlawfully under an alias. An order for his deportation was issued by the Justice Department in 1953. Its execution was postponed indefinitely because various Yugoslav extradition suits were pending in the courts. f Because Yugoslavia is today a Communist State, the courts decided that the case against Artukovic might be "political" because he is an "anti-Cornmunst." He was granted sanctuary in the United States because of that, if returned to Yugoslavia, he might not receive a fair trial. But is an undesirable alien like Artukovic entitled to indefinte hospitality here? The House Immigration Subcommittee, headed by Rep. Francis E. Walter, has sought deportation of alien racketeers. Many have been returned to Sicily and Italy. Rep. Walter, co-iuthor of the McCarran Immigration Act, has done nothing about Artukovic. SEED OF A PARABLE See how the great redemption came 10 a great people out of a tiny grain of maize, a drt • of dark smelly fluid, which by a fluke was net poured away' The man who picked on a grai i of maize for his vessel, who believed in the wor.dcrs he had wrought and the glonom things he had achieved, was in the end no larger than il • grain itself: the seed of a parable Tet I, ah', how often did I rebel whenever 1 was laid asic %  and removed from glory. —HOLLOW CLOKY. Samuel Shihor is a sympathetic bit crapher, but too honest to be deluded. Weizmann could be charmless and overbearing; he welcomed adulation and scorned indifference to his merits. He saw himself in a messianic role, and later as a Mose.< who (and it is not without parallel) labored for forty years only to be denied the Holy Land. Even his grossest errfrj of judgment about the British he saw as the inescapable shape of his destiny, mystically ordained, ineluctably decreed. If it is Weizmann himself who make; the book extraordinary, it is Mr. Shihor who hat made it beautiful. In his craft he has chosen a startling style, the elements of nara.ive ficticn wielding rhe facts of reality. From Weizmann's bed in the long days of his dying, Shihor moves back and forth in space and time, weaving vignettes of presen: and past consciousness into an elliptical, impressionistic scheme. Moody and ruminant, the dying Weizmann SAvora his triumphs, salts his wounds, fcr.dlhis glories, again and again Until the dark end. usmmswmm* Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Baal Shem Tov Fete •THERE WILL BE mar.y ob-rvanwi in American Jewry this year of the 200th anniversary of the death of Rabbi Eliezer Israel, more commonl. known is the Baal Shem Tov or ihe BauJ Shem. 'n Israel, there will be great gjla cekirations. His followers will dance in the trects of Jerusalem and in the villages established by his Hassidic followers, He precipitated a great controversy in Jewry, yet it U certain that no man since the days of the Talmud affected the Jewish religion more than the Baal Shem. To million} of Jews, he was as great as the ancient prophets. Why is it he is so honored and considered so great? He said — "Be happy." For such a discovery, he should be rarJred anong the saints! But great discoveries are often simple. Why do tt honor Columbus? All he did was to say — "Go Ahead." Everyone before him knew that a boat would ric-> in tin water. But people feared that if the boat kept ?oing the ocean, it might fall off into space or something. O lumbus said, "Go Ahead." Religious people very often tended to think that if y pur.shed yourself and made yourself unhappy, God w made very happy. The Baal Shem said this was not so. The Divine Glory, he said, on the contrary withdrew itself frcm the melafr chdy. He quoted the sentence in the Pslams: "Serve U* Lord with gladness, come before His presence with ** ing." His followers took that literally. They dancM in the synagogue. They were joyful. They opened the bottle & branfen. Yes, whiskey could be good too. Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR Senate Results in Alabama Prove Interesting AMERICAN JEWISH orgaruza** tions are watching with utmost] interest results of Senatorial oriI mary elections now being held in some states. The votes in these elections indicate to a certain degree the strength of racial and religious bias in the respective states. Thus, in the Alabama primary, L. Adm. John G. Crommelin (Ret.), an avowed racist and anti-Semite, came in second on a three-man slate, garnering 51.591 votes which is about 13 pre cent of all the votes cast. In 1956, when he ran as candidate for Senate, he received 112.000 votes which was about 32 percent of the total. At that time, he clearly identified himself as an anti-Semite through his speeches and through scurrilous "campaign literature" which he distributed. In the framework of his recurrent theme — "The Hidden Force" — Crommelin has attacked "*e Jews," warned against "Zionist" individuals, ana di lortd the sacred Hebrew "Kol Nidre" prayer into an aJJegedly diabolical conspnratorial device. Although he did not win the Senatorial seat now — the wjiner was Sen, John J. Sparkmen — be made striking improvement in voter support in Montgomery county over an earlier campaign by winning 28 percent of the county total The major Jewish organizations are also watching closely the Ku Klux Klan activity in the southern states. They find that this activity is on the increase, even though the hooded fraternities are still spht into vying groups and sub groups. In Alabama, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina mere than 100 crosass were lit in a well-planned "show of strength by the Ku Klux Klan, '"'-* % %  IUI T"



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Friday, June 24, 1960 LEGAL NOTICE Jen is*fhyrSdktr Page 15-A NOT.CE UNDER ,„ FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBRY (1*VKN thai Hhe under* sued, desiring to eng.-mc In I .V, -ofi,". ,"'"'.'.'. I 1 "' f <""ioiiH name ,.i MERRILL MAM I \, TIUI.NC (•( i HI [MO N W 7th AVenue. Miami! Florida, a I Intends tu reglstei mid name with ihe Clerk.of the Circuit 11.in i of Dade County, Florida HAK, v i EICHENRAUM, RICHARD M.Ts,^!: l ,r mr Attorney for Applicant Bva-m-w-i't IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE „ No. 49684-B IN Rl : Estate of EDWARD vV. RYAN I >ec %  • i **• A.I N 0T, CE TO CREDITORS To A ( dftora and All Persons Ha ving lairna or Demands Against Said You ar heielo. notiried and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the. esra.e I KOWARO W. RYAN deceased 'M of Hade County, Florida. X ... nly 'WsT*" "I li.de I'OIIIIK -and Ills i Hume in thenoffices in the CouflO Courthouse In |>ade County. FlorV within eight calendar mantlis. rrm the date ..l Hofirst nub%  Jlouthin h reof, or the wine win |„. bHrred. ART1JVR i: GOTTUEB, Atlor6 for Admlnlstratoi, Rdwarri .yan. ^5 T H i; R : H'TTMRB, Attorney SL'n NF. n<1 Aw. Miami, Plfc. %  S ':I-IO.IT-L'| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 80C 4983 JOY R. SH \RKEY, ria im Iff, EUOENE F. BHARKEY, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: El'OENE K. SHARKBY Petersburg Hotel Petersburg. ViiKinl.i YOC ARB NOTIFIED Unit -., ("omiiiaint for Divorce has been filed agniii-t jron In the Circuit Courl of the Klaventh Judicial Clrcull In and for I i.ui. County, Florida, Chancery Cause No. •' %  "<' MM by JOY R. SHARKKY. and you are hereby rsa,njred to serve a copy or your Answer thereto on AI.VI.N S. I'AWN, Plalntlfrs Attorney, at One Lincoln Road I'.ulldltm. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer in the Office of the (Merit of the Circuit Court on or before July S, ItM, otherwise said Complaint will he taken as confessed by you. I'ai-d May 27, 1MB. E. B. LBATHEKM VN\ Clerk, Clrcull Court, I'ade Count]. Florida (seal) Bj i: H. RICE, JR. Deputy clerk S/S-1S-17--.M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. tOC 509* MARY HI-BERT, Plaintiff, HERMAN IiritEKT. Oefendant. AMENDED NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: HERMAN KI'BERT Reeldet.ee Unknown „__, ., YOI". ARB MERERV NOTIFIED thai a suit foi divorce has bean filed agglnat you and you .ire required to serve a cop\ of your answer or pleading to the Kill of Complain] ""'Jl'' Plaintiff's attorney. I. HAV ll> I.H'.ritUX. tO S.R. PlTKI Avenue. Miami. Florida and file Hioriginal in tne Office of the Clerk of the < Ircult Court on ..r before 111Hth day of .lull. "ih'il-r Hiallegations of said Bill of Cemplalni Will be taken as confessed by you. Rated this Tlh day of JMM A.M. '" i: B.'l.EATHKKMAV Clerk Clrcull Curt. Hade County. Horl.la (seall By: • M. OMAN. Deputy Clerk J. DAVID I.IEKMAN Attorney (or the Phintirr 2u s E. ffrai Avenue m ""' I/16-1M4.T/1 IN TME'CdUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR D AD .E COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49755-C IN RE: Estate of I.II.1.1 IN MABEL I RA''"NOT'.CE TO CR6DT0f To All Creditors and All '•• % %  ""'' ""T, ins Chilms or Demands Against Bald K Y o.r : a re hereby notified and remands which you fflJgg" jj \ !",. Florida to the Count> .Indues 01 %  lar months from tne osi the first publication hereof or tne sa,.,. will *£%ffi k XON. BgWWftt HARRY'H'.CSIV attorney IAS Hlscayne Building Miami .12. Florida I.tf-IT-M vmnu LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that • • %  ••n-i..,..|.. | I....I,...-. >o engace In business under the fictitious names ..-Mi an., or .->, H'.IA A.\t> TOTTK-NHOEK INBCRANCE AOENCT at 1st Ahneria, Coral Cables, Fla., Intend to reaist.-i said names with thClerk i .Uie.,,CircuitUatsst IU, Hade County. Florida. THBi H M RE si MM v JOHN TOTTENHOEP I/I0-I7-H, 7 1 And Each Shall Go Forth To Worship The Lord In His Own Way Copr. IMP Lion ,, nt Prinlnn LEGAL NOTICE I" i: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring t il.ltKtN. One Lincoln Rood Kulldinis. Miami Benh, Elorlda and file the nrlulnal Answer or Pleadlnx In tlie office ,A the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or liefrmthe Hth day of July, IM. If M>II fail to do so. Judgment hv default will he taken attains! \.,u for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH KIORIOIAK. luiN'i: AM' ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this lad day of June. A.l>. "' B, B IJ'.ATHERMAN. Clerk, Clrcull C.iiirr liide Coonlv. Florida iseall By: U BNRBDBN, I>eputy Clerk 8/10-l'i'Jl. 7/1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE NO. 49787-C IN RE: Estate of HANNAH I;KI:I:.\V\ AI.H. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons II.n inir Claims or DamandS Against Said Estate: You are hereby notiried and required to present any claims and demands which you may have aeainst the estate or HANNAH OREENwwi.li deceased late or Hade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Daaa County, ami file the same In their offices in the County Courhouse in Hade County, Florida, within sight calendar months from the date of tile first imhlicitiou hereof, or Ihc snm.will I.Italic. I EI.IKAHETH ROSNBR BLANCHE SLOTNICK .1. N. MORRIS. Attorney sit Ingraham Bldg. Miami. Florida •/I-10-17-S4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. eOC 440 MARY N. COI.I'I.V. Plaintiff, OBRALD J. OOLOEN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, c.K-R.M.n .1. <:i ii.iii.N. i't i'tiiii• lie Place. While Plains, N.-w York, are notified to serve a copy of your answer to the Divorce Complaint on Plalntlfrs attorney, Harry llousen. IdS Hlscune RiiildlnK. Miami. MorIda. and file orlirinal with Clerk of this Curl on or before July r,. IMS) otheraise Complaint will be confessed by von. DATBD Maj M, lM %  :. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Pole County, l-lorida (seal) Hy: K. M. I.Y.MAN. Heputv Clerk 6/:t-IO-l7-'^4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 5207-N SARA IRIARTE, Plaintiff, VS. 'ASA MARIA. INC.. a Florida corporation and PEDRO PBNA, lielendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: All Personinterested. Yon are hereby until led to IKand sppear before tlie Honorable Joe Baton, on., of the Judges of the above Styled Court, in the Hade I'.MIIIICourthouse at Miami. Florida al liSfl o'cl-s-'k A.M.. .m T ,1 RH C^,?^rr^ W t^e W CoTC W K1orM "' f AllRV LEE CA M>IES. INC. :• % %  -• % %  feHCIMiV-•""'""" KoVNI'll X M\NM ''^ I,'..,, me. Attorneys for Laura \ • %  %  ",.,," 17".-1 NOTICE UNDER the u'do's cn-d. deshlne to en. I.usl-ess t-ndr-r Ihe <: J, '",\?.^*,"i I IRRYS '\ '' %  „, H.rda N "' -' :,h v iild nsme and IntendIn '[ '"' ".' ",',', with the Clerk of the Clrcull < '•" "ad' ixiulItU litl 1 IE fl BICHENH \I M ""'' %  %  able Owner RICH \RH Al isiMl 1:1: Allirney for Applu ant g/|-10-lt-2t IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN OROBATE. No. *07 In It. : ESTATE OF IRENE li. (IREEN. fiecea-ed \ To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or l>emnnds Against bllld K '" % %  Yon. and esch of >ou. arhereby notified and required to present i.nj claims and demands which you, or either of MIII. m:i> have against thsstn 1 IRENE 0. ORKEN deceased liie of Iside County. Florida, to IM Honorable Count* .ludoes o' Hade County, and Hie the same in their offices in the County Court! se in 1 Dude County, Florida, within eliciii 1 calendar mouths from the date nf 1 Hie ftist publication hereof. Ha'd claims or demands to contain tlie legal address or the claimant and to he sworn In and presented as aforesaid, or same wl'l h.barred. I*,ted Ma::ist. A.H. t ••(>. osevf! F. i:iti:CN. As i:\-.01i.c of the la>l Will and T-sMment of IRENE H. ORRRN. D-ceis.d REN I:SHI:\ A f r Kvr, """ r Wl^MJ I NOTICE TO CREO TORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT JN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. Ma 4^447 '" ^NT\^UTV:XSKY DURKW, 11. -eased. _. To AH Creditors and All Per It iviii claims or Demands ^galnsl Slid 'You and each "f l OU, ar. h.i-h. notirl.d and required to prosenl Spy "taims and demands which voit dr ::^:'^r'VANNY''-'p,^viKvsKY ;-:„r ,,;^r'!o'.'.:: 81 Sffi r.iuntv .ludses of Hade County, and ,,„. .,,„,.. In Ihelr % %  I" the %  oorilioi.se In Hade Couuiv. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49813-B IN KK: Estate of BERN A Rl i SYBINRTOCK DecojHifd NOTICE TO CREOITORS T.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav{ nERICA METERS c o .lerr\ Cifetll 1436 l.i.vliiKliHi Pliic. l-:'i/al...:li, ,\-v\ .1 I -. Y.m I RKHKRICA MI'IVKKS are hereby notiried thai a lull ..r Com plaint tor Divorce has been Hied against yon, and you are required to serve a c..p> ol your Answer or I' 1 lag to the hill of Comii'SHlt on the phtintlft's Attorney. A.NC.I'.I.II \ Al,l, •up AJnslei Bluldlng, Miami M, Florida an I file H rigibtn Answer or Pleading in tlie officof the clerk of tinCircuit Court on or before the isth day of July, nun. ir you rail to do so. Judgment b\ deiaiilr wi-l ho lai.en ayjilasl you for the relief deuiamlcl iii the Bill ..r c niiplalni. This notice shall be pnMtsjiied once each u-eU for four cotieecutH'e wenka In THE .IIIWISII FLORlDl v.\ IXIMK AND ORT>HRRD al Miami, Florida, this l.'.th day or .Inn-. A l>. IMS B. It LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Clrcull Conn. I>ade Couiit>. r'lorida (seal) l:> K. M. I.YMAN I i-,.u: \ i i.-rk ANOEMl A. Al.l i n a Ains .\ Building Miami :\2. r'torlda Attorney for Plaimirf 6.-17-1M. 7 1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIV UN that the undersigned, .l--i!iiu t<. engage in hU.-lne-s It'.-', r 'I 'ic 1 lolls n -if .11 Alia i BOTTLING CO. at in.i B. {3rd street. Hlateah Intend to reKlster -aid name with Ihe Clei I. ..i the Circuit Curl ol i col• ooutv. I... -I." 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NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Cr-dltors and All Persons HnvIns Claims or T>eman ctalins and demands which you ma\ have aaalii-: the estate of AI.I-aCANHER CANliEIOHl deceased late of I'ade Couniv. I lorlda. to the County Judges of Hade County, and file the same in their offices In the Count] Courtbouse In I ride County, F'orlda. islthIn eight calendar months from the lale of the r lrst publication hereof, or the same will he barred. AMELIA CANOKI.oSI fJOl OMAN & .iOI.HSTKI.V Atlornei .'J.1(l.". W. Klagler St. Miami. h"l<*ld.i 6 17-24. T/1-I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKP.KP.Y OIVBN that the undersigned, desirinu to engnga In business under the fictitious name of MB. RI'VNV'S F.M>I STORE at r.?nn \ W, itth Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the


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Page 1&-A +Jeis*fkrHk*ri Friday, rune 24. 19J The God Of Justice ly MAX IERNER Fines Levied Against Rockwell Henchmen §rmm Pa 1 A Israel stands almost alone in the UH debate on the Eichmann affair, and most of the editorials have been critical of it. But I can not in conscience join them, and 1 want to register a dissenting opinion I know there is a strong case to be made against the >piritins •way of Eichmann from Argentina, since international law cannot condone the violation of sovereignty involved in such a kidnaping. There is also a strong case against Ekhmann's trial by an Israeli court instead of by the Germans or an international tribunal It may e\en be argued that an Israeli show trial is against Jewish self interest, since it may stir anti-Jewish feeling again. *• s- a-e YET I FIND MYSELF UNMOVED by these arguments Rarely in the lifetime of a generation does history come so beautifully fullcircle as in Eichmann s capture and arrest by the I.-ravliv Many of us who speak of Nemesis as a fine abstraction or a symbol of myth oiogy get disturbed when brought face to face with him. If ever Nem eshj came alive, this is it. this falling of one of the Nazi mass-murder ers into the hands of the victims who escaped him and of the state which is a symbol of Jewish survival. It would take a novelist of vaulting imagination to do justice to this story: How a little circle of death-camp survivors, whose families had been incinerated by the Nazis, took an oath to track down the architects of the murders; how the Americans, with all good will, let Eichmann slip away; how Peron sheltered him in Argentina, along wrth many other Nazis: how he tried to change his identity by plastic surgery, how he made trips back and forth between Argentina and Europe, and lived on the loot he had taken from his Jewish victims; how he was tracked down implacably by the men whose families he had wiped out. arrested by the swift and secret agents of their people and must now appear before the court of a state founded out of then tragedy, to be tried on evidence gathered from their martyrdoms. How can one doubt that there is a symmetry of history operating in human affairs, and that all the wild injustices of a universe which ems to belong to the barbarous an druthless are sometimes disci plined to a principle of order and justice* m am w* I CAN PUT MY OWN POSITION quite simply When I see hision moving thus, as it does so rarely. I would just as soon let it take itcourse. I don't see any superior claim which Argentina or West Ger many may have to dispose of Eichmann's fate. Nor am I moved to clamor for an international tribunal to supplant Israel's — a tribunal of nations who have either been ineffectual about bringing the Nazi criminals to justice, or are indifferent, or — what is still true of some — are sympathetic to the principle on which the murderers operated When the Allies, after the war, set up a court to try the Nazis they did so as the sequel of their victory, and they had every' right in the signature of their blood to speak for the conscience of mankind Since then they and others have forgotten much. The Israelis have been unable to forget. They have acted as the carriers of history', and it is their turn now to speak for the conscience of mankind, as well a? for the survival of their own people. • M IF I SEEM TO PUT MY VIEW OVERSHARPLY and over-imply, let me say immediately that I know how complex the problem i. The principle of sovereignty is bound up with the national identity of a people, and the Argentinians too are proud, as the Israelis are. The territorial principle of law demands that a man be tried in the country where his alleged crime was committed, by the tribunals of that coun try. Finally it may be argued that if Israel claims to speak for the Jews, and if the Jews can condemn as Jews then they by themselves open to being condemned as Jews, which is a dangerous principle I *all have occasion to pursue these problems in the articles that follow. Here I can only suggest that there are no practicable alternatives to Israels role ;n the MM. No one else bothered to track down Eichmann — certainly not AjrgMsttaU, which now finds itself so ae grieved. As for the territorial principle of law. West Ormanv >hnnks from getting involved in the politics of an Eichmann trial tone may argue that the offer should be made, but it would be only a rhetorical offer i. and it could not pursue the ca-e with conviction and commitment. East Germany might claim and take it. and use rt for anti-W.propaganda. An mternat.onal court would be riddled by the current confusions of the cold war. and the results would be nil. M • M I DO NOT PRESENT THE EICHMANN CASE in ter.Tis of revenge It may be such in personal terms for those who suffer at his hands or those who tracked him down. But in historic low it is a matter not of revenge but of justice. The overmastering principle of Jewish history is that of justice And when I speak of the -symmetry" of history by which Eichmann finds himself among the Israelis, the symmetrical element is historic justice. (Thit it a Cpyr,ht Column) "free speech"' rights. Police offi cers and witnesses testified the pair used profane and abusive language at an anti-Semitic rally near the National ArchiveThe targets of the abuse were TOT who objected to the Na/i aglfaUon The judge warned the two Marts to obey the laws and a\ violence. Sen. Johnson informed Seci Gates that the subcommittee ha.' disturbing information about the permitted participation of service men. including a Marine stationed at Quantico. Va.. in neo-Nazi activ itie> in the nation.il capital area. Larry Ciment Gets Scholarship Larry Ciment. ninth grade stu lent at the HebrewAcademy and ^resident of the Student Organization, has been chosen to receive the Rose and Samuel Ritter Scholarship of $100. The award, a memorial to the 'ounders of the Academy, is given annually to the outstanding stu lent in English and Hebrew. The lonor is Irving D. Goldwyn. of Goldwyn Realty and Management "ompany. Manhasset. L. I. busiless associate of the late Ritters. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis iment. 1330 Drexel ave.. Miami teach, has been a straight A stu lent since his enrollment in the \cademy nine years ago. Larry till continue his high school edication in the new Louis Merwitz•r High School now being organ zed by the Academy. The Defense Department was a-k ed for a detailed explanation and a statement of Us %  ait? toward neo^ Nazism. The subcommittee probe followed disclosure by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that the Ma rina Corps failed te deter Pc John C. Patsalas from marching in neo-Nazi formations attired in a brewmhirt uniform and swastika armband, publicly rendering me "Sieg Heil" Nazi salute, picketing the White House with obscenely anti-Semitic placards, and openly assisting Rockwell te conduct mass anti-Semitic rallies. The military police arrested Pfc. Patsalas several weeks ago but the Marine Corps dismissed all charges and told him he was free to continue in the Nazi group. Meanwhile. New York City Com missioner of Parks Newbold Morris indicated this week that George Lincoln Rockwell's "American Nazi Party" will be issued a permit to hold a Fourth of July rally in Union Square here The announce ment by Morris coincided with a statement by Emanuel Targun. state commander of the Jewish War Veterans, that his group has protested against the Nazi group from Washington. DC. being al lowed to "desecrate" Independence Day. Parks Commissioner Morris said the constitutional right of free speech will force the Parks Department to issue the permit to the Nazi organization unless the Police Com missioner warned that the rallyconstituted a riot danger. Deputy Police Commissioner Walter Arm confirmed that MorNtSWlOf TWySiMeVOB KffrlTatfiSf AaW said the m ecs a i was one wMe> the Department of Parks Had ta de c ide. Michael J. Caslin. commander tf! the New York County Council rf the Veterans of Foreign wrj urged "all patriotic ex-GIs to ]> semble in the square in uniform I the time of the rally." if t ne -^j mil is granted. "It would be pi u ^ | to see the Nazi swastika desecrate' 'the original meeting place of the I Union Army." he declared THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED needs for its THRIFT SHOP All yeur furniture, doming, linens, dishes, drapes, a*.' All ajr c a< i go tewanh Mpaart tf t* HMM YM may ceotriawH. ^ w* an NOT ( %  MM %  *•-, • taa M Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 3-2338 Closed Saturdays Day School Group Conference Held Torah L'mesorah. national society for establishment of Hebrew Day Schools, held its annual principals' convention recently at the Empire hotel in Ferndale. N.Y The Hebrew Academy, the onlyDay School in the Southeastern region of the United States, was organized 12 years ago with the assistance of Torah L'mesorah. The convention discussed the administrative, educational and s upervisory aspects of the Day School mev a mea w Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy, spoke on "The Day School—A Force in the Community." His topic inc-lud ed a general reevaluation of the relationship of the Day School. with the religious, educational and cultural organizations in the community. Attending the convention were the deans of leading rabbinic seminaries, as well as teachers, administrators, and more than 100 principals from Day Schools throughout the country. Ax\ro4 fe be Speaker Leo Axlrod. chairman of the B'nai B'rith Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, District Grand Lodge 5. will be guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge af B'nai B'nth. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday noon at the DiLtdo hotel. 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I...!! m n j i the ys from Monday Doris entertained at a shower at Beach rdine's by women's staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Federjon Richard and Ruth Sirkin in from San Francisco for the first -ne since they were married three years ago uic: was in frvice two years, and is now in real estate^ advertising ^h the V Mateo Times ... It was open house for the family at the home Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin Sunday ... In addition 26 of the uple's old school friends were guests at a special bu et d '" ner Joining in all the fun with the Sirkins were Ruth s parents. and Mrs. Oscar Sindell. "eJewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, June 24, 1960 Section B Pioneer Women In Summer Work Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, president of Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women, announces the first summer project in the form of a theater party on Wednesday evening at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. "Westsido Story," with Julius La Rosa in the lead, has been chosen for the project. Mrs. Cele Segal is chairman. • A Pioneer Women's Choral Group has been developed by the Business and Professional Women's Club Eilath. In charge of information is Mrs. Eva Levenson. Miss Anne Crawford discu^ed creative writing at a meeting on Wednesday evening before members of Club Eilath at the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Flag of the State of Florida is presented to Mrs. Louis Goldman, president of the Miami chapter of Hadassah, by Gov. LeRoy Collins at ceremonies in Tallahassee. Ths flag will fly in the "Avenue of American State Flags" during the Aug. 3 dedication of the new Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center at Kiryat Hadassah. Gov. Collins Presents Florida State Flag To Hadassah Leader for Dedication Fete Gov. LeRoy Collins this week presented the state flag of Florida, which is destined for Israel, to a representative of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America. The state flag will be included in an "Avenue of American State Flags" at special ceremonies Aug. 3 for the dedication of the $25 million Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center at Kiryat Hadassah on the western outskirts of Jerusalem. Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, of Coral Gables, president of the Miami chapter of Hadassah, and Medical Oatal! chairman for the State of Florida, was present at the ceremonies in Tallahassee, and said that "the Avenue of American State Flags will symbolize the bridge of understanding between the democracies of the United States and Israel." Flags of all 50 states in the American Union will be represented at the dedication of the Medical Center, Mrs. Goldman said. Scheduled speakers at the ceremonies Aug. 3 include Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion of Israel, Ogden Reid, United States Ambassador to Israel and other leaders in the Israel government. The Florida state flag will be taken to Jerusalem by the Hadassah pilgrimage to Israel, which leaves New York City aboard the SS Independence on July 12. In presenting the flag to Mrs. Goldman, Gov. Collins paid tribute to Hadassah as "an organization dedicated to advancing the frontiers of healing, teaching and medical research, not only for the State of Israel but for science and all mankind. "We are proud of the role that the women in our state have played and are playing to further the objectives of Hadassah, a great American organization functioning in the spirit of a great American tradition, which underscores the importance of helping people to help themselves," the Governor said. "We applaud them, as well as the national leaders of Hadas-. sah. for their tenacity, zeal and deMembership Dessert Coffee Membership dessert coffee will be held by the sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center on Wednesday noon. The memberbring-a-member affair is scheduled for the home of Mrs. Franklin Nankin, 1000 88th st., Surfside. Program theme is "Wedding Bells." Chairman is Mrs. Hyman Bergad, Co-chairman Mrs. Jack Sperans. votion which have made possible the reaction of one of the finest medical centers in the world, the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center. Mrs. Goldman said that the new center will include the Hebrew-University medical school, a 500-bed teaching hospital with service laboratories, separate mother and child pavilion for maternity and infant care, the Rosensohn Outpatient Clinic, to serve more than 200,000 patients annually, and the Henrietta Szold school of nursing and residence." It will also include the newest model Cobalt Bomb for cancer research and high voltage therapy. Closed Circuit, color television units will be installed to enable students to observe brain, heart and chest survey. Mrs. Mack Sherman, newly-installed president of Sunshine chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will have the assistance of vice presidents (from left) Mrs. Jack Goldbert, Mrs. Phil Straus. Mrs. Nathan Miller, and Mrs. Charles Milstein. Installation was held at the Americana hotel, with Mrs. Gerald Soltz as installing officer. Members are planning a silver tea.



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Page 2-B *JeistThrMk>n Woman Elected Temple Prexy By Special Report mm Hi Mr*. Jean C. Lehman (left), outgoing president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organization*, presents an award, with warm greeting, to Mrs. Anna Brenner Mtyers. CJA campaign chairman of the Women's Division, at Federation's 22nd annaul meeting last Thursday in the fts—rirnnci hotel. Women's Group Elects Beachite Brandeis University National Women's CiwitHf this week announced the flection u> the national board of .Mrs Sidney M. Schwartz, of Miami Beach. Mrs. Schwartz, a life member of •he National Women's Committee, has served the Greater Miami chapter as treasurer for two years, and mere recently as president for three consecutive terms At pcesent. .-.h< li serving as recording secreta-' <~* •'-<• '"- %  -• Miami Section of National Council of Jewish Women, and M en .... .. visory council of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations Mrs. Schwartz also serves on the board of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. of which she is a life member. V YORK — • > il* n e r <*. to be named to serve a Reform Temple hen I and installed Monday night M OT dent of the annual coneregational meeting of Larchmon: Tempie. Mn Mavr.ee Merm-v. MM UDinimously chosen by the members of the congregation on a singK slate ballot. In a message of congratulations. Rabbi Maurice N. E:.-endrah. pres 'dent of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Jerlared that "your election exemplifies and validates the efforts of Reform Judaism to emancipate women in ; synagogue life. We have repeat* eafly stressed equality of the seats, in worship, home rebgies* obsesvj ante, aad leadership of the teevl pie You aw the first to he so her I oed in the New York metropolitan ares. By honering you. the eougsceetion honors itself and the liberal riesuocrawc sp'rrt which Refoom hes infused into Judaism.'' Rabbi Eiseudratb staled that a number of women previously hase 'been named presidents of their! congregations. They also serve on AfofffrCeffo Registration Set the UAHC's Board of Trustees. Regional Boards and their own Temple Boards. B -^^jjgts Regional phase of the National Bible Contest is highliqhj at the annual meeting of toe Bureau of Jewish Education Mai 30 at the Foatainebleau. Left to right are lonaihon C. Sham| Monticello Fade Cenqregation. junior dirisxD and let*-) Hurwitx. Temple Zamara. senior division. )udges were tJ Hessel KJephsz, Herbert Berger. and Louis Schwartzman, *| urive director of the Bureau. Larchmont Tempie :s one of the 606 member congregations of the UAHC in the Western Hemisohere. Education committee of Congregation Monticello Park religious school announces registration is now open for all departments. Enrollment is expected to 'increase by 85 percent tins spokesmen for the school i Some 500 students wen during the 185S-60 sesHster. istration begin; Sunday from I j to 1 p. m.. and will conti throughout the week ms. ute; nut HUH Mrs. Krensky In Top Position Mrs. Inez Krensky has been named vice president of the Fed e ration of Jewish Women's Organ izat on?, in charge of communitv nteen services, one of FJWO's major fuccta ns. She will be re-pansible for direct ing and organizing. Dade county women power in volunteer Mrs. Roosevelt h Jomic Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt will be •he topic of a lecture by Dr. Abra ham Wolfson in the gardens of the Blackstone hotel on Friday at 6:30 p.m. for community wide drives and projects approved by FJWO. >uch as i>e United Fund. Mrs Krensky has been active in top level capacities with the Women's Division of the Combine.. Jy> A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1 Served in a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea... "savor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and nulchigs and between meal refreshment. TETLEY TEA Cerufmd lUithni under itnct Rabbinical Supervision Famous love affair! Kosher franks—great! Heinz Vegetarian Beans—terrific! Kosher franks and Heinz Vegetarian Beans... mmm, stop! Shop! For tonight!| Distributed by HI GRADE FOOD CO. 7200 N W. Wth Avenue Phone OX 1-09*1 MSw. 1 *' U0i0D ^^ *** C.n^tioOf Aa-rio \gj %  < S



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f. June 24, 1960 1 %  ^Jewist} itcfAnofi ilda Meir Gets isc. U. Citation _3ISON, Wjfc^JUi-^rael's eign Minister Golda Meir Monp received an honorary Doctor Laws degree from the Univer> of Wisconsin at the univerr'8 annual commencement here. I similar degree was conferred nday on the Foreign Minister by ith College, Northampton, Mass. [Mrs. Meir was guest of honor cently at a reception in Millukee tendered jointly by the diversity of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Society of Jewish Learn%  • The Israel Foreign Minister ped in Milwaukee before she nigrated to Palestine, and atnded the Milwaukee State NorEal School, now the University of Wisconsin. She was described by he chairman conferring the deTee as "one of the truly great omen of our contemporay world." [The Wisconsin university citaread: "Golda Meir, because in r long and distinguished life of %  blic service, you have been true | the highest ideals of patriotism; cause you have fought couragesly to protect human dignity in [troubled world; and because our piversity would like to claim me small share in shaping those rly dreams and hopes to which r later life has given vitality substance, I am happy to welae you back to Wisconsin and to fer upon you the honorary dee, Doctor of Laws." Page 3-B Brandeis Gives Honor Degrees tborship Cocktail Party fembership cocktail party was [be held Thursday, 8 p.m., by Miami Beach chapter of the ish National Home for Asthc Children at the home of Mrs. Sirota, 4310 Post ave. You're Rich You're Healthy! % POON .\^ OUR WAY rO HEALTH with GENUINE YOGURT i traditional quality you expect always get in Breakstone's, flavor ... new taste—tangy, ty, custard-smooth! High fas tin, low in calories—50% of i butterfat removed! So easy to ... the perfect dessert and tween-meals snack! Eat it right of the new convenient cup. Another Fine Product Donald Swartz, assistant principal, English Department, Hebrew Academy, presents The Jewish Floridian Journalism Medal to Trudy Gertler. daughter of Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler, of Miami Beach, at the Academy's recent ninth grade graduation exercises at the Algiers hotel. 41 SMIKMAM If you like CHEESE IKREPLACHI & .Cheese. RavioN IN tAUCi You'H love MEATLESS] CHEF BOY-AK-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Just hat'n ( atl Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese... simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. Thrifty, too. About 15< a serving. Each can serves two. Buy several cans today. Miami Beach ZOA Elects Sherman AI Sherman has been elected president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. Sherman is president of the Men's Club of the North Shore Jewish Center. He is a past president of the 100 Club of Dade County, comptroller of the Jewish National Fund, member of the board of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and chairman of Bonds for Israel in the North Shore area. Commissioner of boxing of the City of Miami Beach, he is on the governor's committee of the physically handicapped. Also elected ware honorary post president, AI Ossip; honorary vies presidents, Ban Appal, Jack Fishmsn and Abo Rubin; vice presidents, Paul Kwitney, Dove Goodwin, Joshua Raphun and Louis Rabinowitz, financial secretary and treasurer, Herman Waintraub; secretary and comptroller, Joe Mayers. Elected as board members are Joseph Alter, Rabbi Alexander Gross, Joseph Amigo, David L. Trask, Herbert L. Heiken, Theodore M. Trushin, Jack Alexander, Samuel Aronstein. Herman Basch, B. I. Binder, Daniel Broad, Stuart Cutler. Dr. A. Wolfson, I. J. Edelstein, Judge Mai Englander, Sam Friedman. Ferdinand Garfield, Ben Giller, Ben Zion Ginsburg, S. A. Goodman, Harry Gordon, Saul Jacobs, Saul Kenholz, Dr. Zev Kogan. Sam Lachman, Sam Landau, Edward Lassman. Harry M. Larer, AI Lefkowite, Dr. Irving Lehman, John L. Leibowitz, Kolman Luria, Harry I. Magid, AI Osheroff, Joseph Pardo, Ben Ziegmund, Abe Perlmutter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platoff, David Provus, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Sidney Raymond, Samuel Reinhard, Julius Rosenstein, Burnett Roth, Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Fanny Ruddy, Abraham Schafer, Irving Schatzman, Israel Schenkman, Harold J. Segal, Harold Shapiro, Elias Siegehnan, William SUverstein. Harold Spaet, Herman Wilson, Joseph Spar, Samuel Arostein. Dr. William H. Slander, Julius Trushin. Temple Israel Sisterhood Temple Israel Sisterhood will meet Tuesday noon for lunch at Wolfson Auditorium. The function will be followed by a card parly. Chairman is Mrs. Jean Reiehek. Mrs. Sol Rubin is in charge of reservations. Mrs. Joseph Ruffner is Sisterhood president. ^GUST BROS R V f Time Change for Program Simon Seiden, director of the Jewish Forum on the Air, has announced a time change for his weekly Yiddish language program. Beginning Sunday, the program will be heard at 11 a.m. over station WMIE. By Special Report NEW YORK — Dr. Joseph J £chwri2>-vicc president of the-Israel Bond Organization has received the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters at commencement exercises of Brandeis University in recognition of his role as scholar, author, and leader in the rescue of European Jewry and Ihe upbuilding of the State of Israel. Others who received honorary degrees at the ninth commencement exercises of Brandeis University were Marian Anderson, the noted singer; Dr. Ralph Bunche, of the United Nations; Marc Chagall, artist; Dr. Brock Chisholm, former director general of the World Health Organization; Frank P. Graham. UN representative for India and Pakistan; Philip J. NoelBaker, distinguished British leader; Clarence E. Pickett, execui.ve secretary emeritus of the American Friends Service Committee; and Dr. Eugene Rabinowich, outstanding atomic scientist. Dr. Schwartz' degree was awarded by Dr. Abram L Sachar, president of Brandeis University. The doctoral hood was presented to Dr. Schwartz by Abraham Feinberg, chairman of the board of trustees of Brandeis University, who is also president of the Israel Bond Organization. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Regular meeting of Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will be held on, Monday evening at the Center, 6500 N. Miami ave. Guest speaker will be Benjamin Rubin in a tilk on art. RDINE'S Shop Monday end Friday Nights, Miami. Miami Beach til 9:00 Ittfd St. SSara. ft. laedefdale, W. .ht. Kexh -HI 9:30 NOW TWO REST SELLING PAPERBACKS |u*it tot Ray Keator, "t Foods Company, 99



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Pace 4>B Friday. h^ 2< M Jot>un Fi^ri^mi £juium YmM ARRIAGE CJMI HSUU— by >^amt4el C-^. ^Jxlimg Mmii's NATIONALLT FAMOUS MAHUACI COUWSLO AND ALTHO* fa/ire sOe/i/ej 5a/e 0/ forty Supersonic Fighters to Israel MR RUNG IS ON VACATION HIS COLUMN WILL RESUME ON HIS RETl RN Jewish Doctor May Succeed Dr. Schweitzer By Special Report WASHINGTON — A Jewish doctor wiO be the successor to 86-yearckt Dr. Albert Schweitzer according to Li>te M Ramsey. advertising executive from St Louis. Mo. and president of the Religious Heritage of America. Speak.ng at the Washington Pilgrimage of the Religious Hentage. Ramsey predicted that "Dr Richard Fnedmann. a 38-year-old refugee from Czechoslovakia, w ill un doubtedly assume the leadership of the hospital at Lambareae. French Equatorial Afriea. when the t:me corr Ramsey returned last January from an eight-week, 13-natioM tour of Africa. He >tended tSe 15th birtMar of Or. Schwe.tter and, d uring KM five-day visit, spent numerous hours in private conversation with the medical missionary. Members of the advisory board include Supreme Court Justice Wil liam 0 Douglas. Rabbi Maurice N Eisendrath. and J Edgar Hoover Ramsey described Dr Fnedmann as a deeply religious man who shares with Dr. Schweitzer a bewildering versatility. •The doctor is a jack of all trades." he said. "While I was with him in Lambarene. he had just installed a new electrical plant and planned to fix the water pumps." "At the hospital/' continued Ramsey, "Or. F ri admann serves as surgeon and a-rey technician. Everyone at the hospital agreed that his charm and deep humanitarian qualities have the same stamp of spiritual genius which marked Dr. Schweitzer." PARIS"— tttlf— Reports featured in the London press that an lapsjl French agreement for 40 Hirag/t-3 French jet interceptors wooid be signed during the visit of Prime Minister David BenGunon were dented this week by a spokesman for the French Foreign Ministry. Asserting that the report was "absolutely unfounded," the spokesman told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that Israel and France have "open trade relations" and such deals as that reported by the London press were not necessary. at ago bTzTa^pHgiidiselo*; request of the Israel G* The Mir.ge-3. now m production, is single.*.,, ceptor attack plane for the p Air Force. It has a rocket to supplement its turbom for takeoff and combat t cannon and rockets and cm mount air-to-ground gjjohl MOVING According to the agreement was to receive final aproval from the Prime Minister and President Charms de Gaulle in Paris. It provided for the sale to Israel of about 40 Mirage 3 jet fighters which can travel at twice the speed of sound. The order, which is expected to) involve a price of about $40,000000. specifies the start of deliveries to Israel toward the end of 1961. according to the press reports The agreement, it was as-1 serted. was reached two months Acrossthe st* or aces. .1 •orW, mat your Allied m„T •BPke vow aaovemfazsa,^,^! (411 Milton Wcissbergel AA TtlAKSU TtAMSfB a watfHowi ca. IIS NX IM MM jjtjvlj M. UOtAMD HttlDMAK The Religious Heritage of America is an interfaith organizaUon of Dr fnedmann speaks seven m -L-L-L ,_,__ aa... c^vJ ., Zl !** He fled from Czecho"•••• %  •-#• • m* • Free aotm a la a Complak -.! teai svorywaem by UnJ\s,U • Fully agulpppd ad wn ^ •! • p"ct service k> all prnyos!-*-! • Expert pecking MO startgi, PHONE FR 34S4A FR 4-4*34 AOBNT Protestants. Catholic aaaaE ^BT ^^^^^B VB^BW 1 W ~ %  %  af LW W *h aw. ^ _^i*i aad_Jews. siuyjja &„ y^ communists forced him to search for planted, mines. During one of these searches an accident caused him to lose an index finger. "The incident apparently deepened Dr. Friedxnann s religious faith. He carries a Bible in his hip pocket, and the Bible shows signs of heavy use," explained Mr. Ramsey Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 will meet Tuesday evening at the Workmen's Circle Auditorium, % Wash ingtpo aye. Allied ^ Van UneY WORLD a ftAAwMT UOVM MoftW Group fleets Officers R. W. Godson, of the Carousel motel, was reelected and installed president of the Greater Miami Beach Motel Assn. at the groups' annual banquet at the R as c c a 1 House. Leon McCaskill. president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, was guest speaker. Also elected was David Porvin. vice president: Sam Morris, sec retaxy and treasurer; and Bever-1 lye Keusch. executive secretary. Dorothy Ann Goldstein is surrounded by her classmates of Treasure Isle Elementary School with a cake which her father Jack Goldstein, of the Town Restaurant, gave as a surprise to he* sixth grade class promotional dinner. The cake was a replica of their school. 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June 24. 1960 Jet*ist>fk>ridian Page 5-B n fhe r^calm of <_5< ocietu Miss Weiss Weds Jerome Schwartz Miss Joanne Weiss became the bride of Jerome Schwartz in a double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, June 19. at the Seville hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the 6:30 p.m. rites, which featured a pink and white theme. Maid of honor for her sister was MiM Sara Mae Weiss. Bridesmaids included Misses Pauline Bauman. Ruth Flatt, and Paula Goodmark. Best man for his brother was Stanley Schwartz. Ushers were Jerry Kamens. Charles Cherry, and Nelson Herzog. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weiss. 1571 Pennsylvania ave., chose a troditional wedding gown of peau de soie, featuring a fitted bodice, scoop neckline. and cap sleeves. The bodice was reembroidered with iridescent sequins and pearls, and the bouffant skirt extended into a chapel train. Long white gloves complemented the bridal outfit. Her three-tiered French illusion jveil fell from a tiara of seed 'pearls. The bride carried wfiite orchids, stephanotis. and lily-of-thevalley on her confirmation Bible. Her pearl drop necklace was a gift of the groom. Newlywed Mrs. Schwartz is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, where she was a member of National Honor Society. Beta Club, and Quill and Scroll. She received her degree in education this month from the University of! where he was a member of Tau Florida, She is a member of Delta Epsilon Pi. and spent two years n ceremony at the Seville I phi Epsiton soror ity. Alpha Lambwith the U.S. Navy. He is presently Ida Delta freshman scholarship hon-1 associated with Kurman Compan> ide is the daughter of Mr. ] orary. and Kappa Delta Pi educa-!of Miami. Sam Freeman. 10 Shore; t j on honorarv. She was elected to 1 ay Heights. The groom is t }, e university's Hall of Fame. The couple left for a of Mrs. Clayton Abrams ., I honeymoon, and will live in Miami i M M ... Omni, %  The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. i •""-.' S ArecZtoTJ^Moe Schwartz. 1529 Jefferson ave.. Beach on their return. Bwed. in marriage by her father. Se wore a gown of pure silk fea. The fitted bodice was dewith a scalloped neckline iported handdrawn alencon tattered with tiny seedpearls auins that continued to the MKS. SAMVft AMAMS Freeman, tuel Abrams [Vows Mere lb Lynn Freeman and Samjury Abrams exchanged wed is before Rabbi Yaakov trg on Sunday, June 19, in Mark leys Will Live on Beach Roberta Sugarman is now Mrs. Arthur B. Markley. The couple were married Saturday evening at he Saxony hotel. "Rabbi Irving !.< hrman officatHd at the 7:30 &f p. rfl'rlfe's. r -— • The bride is the daughter of Mr. inrl Mrs. Max Sugarman. 1523 Euclid ave. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Levy, 4C9 Surfsne blvd. Matron of honor was Mrs. Fenmore Puklin, the bride's sister, of New Haven, Conn. Her niece, Wendy Kllen Puklin. was flower?irl. Robert Markley acted as best man for his brother. Another brother, Richard Markley. of Pitts; xirgh, and the groom's cousin, Barton Walcoff. were ushers. The bride chose a cathedral length-train for her peau de soie gown, featuring sweetheart neckline embroidery and a crown of seed pearls. Her bouquet was of orchids and lilv-of the \ alley on a Bible. Newlywed Mrs. Markley is a gra duate of Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. She is a member of Theta Sigma Phi, national women's journalism sorority. The groom attended the UniverWemerKaha MIS. ARTHUX MAUXL11 sity of Miami and UM law school. | He is vice president of Storm Master Industries. Reception followed the dinner at the Saxony. After a New England honeymoon, the couple will be ai home at 1946 Marseilles dr., Miami Beach. Arilmore Mts. tmomi scmvAiTZ I is a Miami Beach High graduate, attended the University of Florida. Jamaica Fabian, Lutsky Exchange Vows Fay Lutsky and Perry M. Fabian were married Sunday, June 19. at the home of Rabbi Eugene Labowttz in a double ring ceremony with family and close friends in attendance. The daughter of Mrs. Sol Gerber. 846 Jefferson ave., the bride graduated with honors from Miami serving four years with the Navy. He was graduated from the University of Miami in 1968 with a Bachelor of Science degree. After the ceremony. Mrs. Solomon held a reception for the newlyweds at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Arrow. 1431 Daytaaia, rd., attended by 100 guests. Following the reception. Mrs. Beach High School. The groom's ^^ ^ a djnfler for fflMlbw mother. Mrs. Gertrude M^ Selomon imni ediate taimly at her lives at 7050 Bonita dr., Miam Beach. Mr. Fabian attended the Univerreturn, they will reside at 840 16th of North Carolina pnor to St., Miami Beach. home. Later, the couple lett for a honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their sity [full bouffant skirt was highwith lace appliques and the Drmed soft pouffs that swept egaJ train. Her crown of chan:e and pearls was caught J of pure silk French illusion rried her confirmation Bible bouquet of white orchids. Micki Morris was maid of Bridesmaids were Miss Bartlsrael, cousin of the bride, (Lynn Brown, Miss Sue Ray lar.. cousin of the groom, and [Carole Berman. [Epstein, brother-in law of the was best man. Ushers were Kahn, jr.. Gilbert Halpern, B8 Loeb ad Gilbert Freeman, bride graduated from EmJuiversity, where she was a er of Alpha Eptson Phi. Mr. graduated from Georgia ate Technology where he mail industrial engineering, and r member of Phi Epsilon Pi. presently working toward a 's degree. f-town guests included Mr. Joseph Israel and famBw York; Mr. and Mrs. Ep[Laredo, Tex.: Mr. and Mrs. Sherman and Mr. and Mrs. ernian and Mr. and Mrs. [Samuels, Miss. Also present bride's grandmother. Mrs. Hauser. a trip through Florida, the Oil reside in Atlanta, where is employed. dras, Siege! jd Mrs. Robert Kanzer, of [announce the marriage of aughter, Joan Ruth Siegcl. 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held at the Aigser* hotel.
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and Mr* Samuel J Sperher. 1917
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of Mr Arthur Deutsra. 3508 SW
15th st.
Matron of honor was Mrs
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as maid of hoaor. Bridesmaids
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Newtywed Mrs Deatsrh
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>ear. aad is a past presideat of
Tags B'cai B nth Girls.
The groom, a 1956 graduate of
Miami High, attend, the school of
architectural engineering at the
.University of Miami.
Dinner and dance followed the
re re maw j at the hotel After a tour
of Florida, the couple will be at
at 3562 SW 15th st. Miami.
Out-af-lowa guests included Mr.
aad Mrs. Aaraa mini. Mrs
Samuel Bapopart. Mr aad Mrs
Paul Bapopart and Mr and Mrs
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Friday. huat-H; trx* f rfe C br. V the. HkiiU fdaey TwHt %  the M of Mrs Ld•:S Mirhegaaaie Z ana AM Turtle v matd of r V3*m rammrtri wrd at %  ML -de attends the I nrverwty •A ;>.-5. where use secretary of •;'~-*a Pi busm en education r*n %  p**secretary of the A •arewdeut of -n receited hi* Bache In le^re* from the (.Diversity of tm and a Matter t decree the I'an-erwty of Mum He member of Phi Delta Kappa. mm h onor a ry and teacher* >•*> at Sort* Miami High --eeptioa loBowed the 11 a m moey at the Barcelona hotel r a Ken Kaglaad heanmwn. •TOjpte will be a* home at 692 :J2vJ it. No Miami Jane IS The t p.BD rout ere held at the Aigser* hotel. TV bnde is the daughter of Mr and Mr* Samuel J Sperher. 1917 %  V 4th sThe groom i* the m of Mr Arthur Deutsra. 3508 SW 15th st. Matron of honor was Mrs Myra Harr^ Miss Manan Sperher • as maid of hoaor. Bridesmaids JodAh Lefcoe aad Marie Paaia Sperber was jmv -> the I'arreraay of Kappa Delta PI aad Phi Kappa Phs. La pear, she taught third grade The groam graauaud from Margrave Mihtary Academy aad Mars Hdi Jaaaar CaBrae He attended the latvenaty of Xerth Carohaa aad I niversity of Miami where he helenged to Tan Deha Phi Be i% BfHANCE YOUR WEDDING Professional Te~ s e Char AVAAASU Repertare %  few *i -w toy 9> tAI MITZVM) • tnAr % %  1101*11 < MO 74014 Receptiea followed the ceres at theTe Stanley Harris was best man. aad others i n cl ud ed George Lefcoe. Lotas Saver, aad Harold *_;* WOTT mmsn The bode chose a white lace aad nylon tulle forsaal length gown featuring a chapel tram. Her bouquet was of two large mhtte orchids and Ore smaller orchids aa a pray er book. Newtywed Mrs Deatsrh ated from Miami Senior Hi*a this >ear. aad is a past presideat of Tags B'cai B nth Girls. The groom, a 1956 graduate of Miami High, attend, the school of architectural engineering at the .University of Miami. Dinner and dance followed the re re ma w j at the hotel After a tour of Florida, the couple will be at at 3562 SW 15th st. Miami. Out-af-lowa guests included Mr. aad Mrs. Aaraa %  mini. Mrs Samuel Bapopart. Mr aad Mrs Paul Bapopart and Mr and Mrs lomg Caha, New York City: Mr. DOMESTIC HELP DAY WOiKEtS Ph. PR 94401 FREEDMANS' CLEANERS "ONUKMUt DRY C U AWNC IS OUR MISINESS AMD tUScriESS fS GOOD CAUSE OUR CLLAJUWG IS GOOD AND ITS FAST TOO." 1718-79th St. Csw'y. TeL UN 5-9352 fTroasura Istn w d H t mt tm Bonfire Botfaurant) Miom B>d 2 LOCATIONS ^ 2922 Coral Way Tel. HI 3-4566 BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME MOM PROFIT — MOH-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY •trtet l| i o .w. f th, Q r uiili i Vaaa HakaakrutH f rTarM *o. Or. Isaac M. I

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armingly
yours,
IE Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration held its 22nd annual
Sting June 16 at the Ameri-
hotel.
Irs. Jay I. Kislak wife of the
^ner chairman, chose a silk or-
Jnza over cotton print for the
Sning. She was very comfort-
le and attractive in her black
organza that was banded in
ick peau de soie. The bodice
is fitted and skirt featured the
atrolled fullness of the bell
ipe.
TWhite lace was the selection of
|rs. Paul Rimmeir. Her ensem-
consisted of a sleeveless
eath with a short Chanel style
cket with three-quarter length
eeves.
[Mrs. Arnold Seeder wore an
Uian silk print sheath. Tones
id shades of blues and greens
Mnbim-d into an interesting pat-
Brn on white. Her satin shoes
^ere dyed to match one of the
lore vivid greens.
In brilliant emerald green silk
tas Miss Gail Rosenthal. attired
a sheath with a scoop neckline
an excellent example of clas-
ic line.-.
Mrs. Leon Kronish wore a gold
jme sheath shirtwaist. Wife of
.e executive director, Mrs. Ar-
>ur Rosichan, chose a muted
pal blue peau de soie featuring
modified harem skirt.
*
(RESIDENT of the Federation
of Jewish Women's Organiza-
ns, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, selected
short formal with a black matte
srsey bodice featuring a bateau
tkline in front and dropping to
low scoop in back. Her skirt
Evas black point d'esprit over a
B>ink beige taffeta. Outing
^resident, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
[wore black chiffon. The sheath
ras softened with chiffon pan-
fillers attached to the back neck-
line and then caught in the front
low at the hemline.
Mrs. Betty Feuer chose a white
silk with a large floral print of
peacock and blue. Her dress was
a sheath with a matching full-
length theatre coat in white tex-
tured fabric from Switzerland,
and featuring appliques of the
floral print in her dress.
Celebrating their 31st wedding
anniversary were Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers. She wore a
black silk sheath, with a wide
Empire line cummerbund in peau
de soie that cascaded down the
back into a pair of flowing pan-
niers.
Mrs. Milton Friedman chose a
white pique print featuring pea-
cock blue flowers. Soft green
tones made up the foliage print.
Her bodice featured an Oriental
touch in the corners of the low
neckline, and her skirt was the
bell shape.
w
IFE of the president of Fed-
eration, Mrs. Sam J. Heiman.
appeared in a green silk print of
gold and mint greens blended on
white. Her surplice bodice ended
in a full skirt, and she wore a bib
of green and clear crystals.
Mrs. Leo Chaikin selected a
dress with a white silk organza
bodice appliqued with lace and
trimmed with rhinestones. The
sheath skirt was a black silk peau
de soie.
Mrs. Marvin Rauzin wore a
white pique with black velvet
trim. The popular bell shaped
skirt was emphasized in detail
with the black.
Mrs. Sam Blank chose an oyster
and white silk and ribbon knit
from Paris. Her triangular-shaped
stole was embroidered in irides-
cent sequins.

SUNDAY night was Beth Dav-
* id's evening farewell tribute
to Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Sev-
eral hundred members of the
community attended the affair.
Toastmaster was Stanley
Myers. His mother wore a silk
print with a design from India ex-
ecuted in vivid colors.
Mrs. Issac Halif came in from
Havana for the occasion in a pink
linen sheathe with a floral design
appliqued down the front. With
her was her long time friend.
Mrs. Harry Gordon in a black and
white checked gingham, featuring
a tiered skirt.
Mrs. Sam Spector was in the
audience, making a rare public
appearance after a recent illness.
Mrs. Rosenberg chose a classic
sheath shirtwaist for the evening.
The high bouquet of red roses,
presented to her on behalf of the
Sisterhood, showed up well
against the soft beige color of her
dress.
Werner-Kahn
Kluqers Will
Live in Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kluger will
live in Miami after they return
from their honeymoon in Mexico
City.
The-sky room of the- Dupont
Plaza hotel was the site of the cou-
ple's wedding on Sunday, June
19. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated
at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony.
The former Eleanor Mae Weiner
is the daughter of the Albert Wein-
ers, 1770 SW 21st st. The eroom
is the son of Mrs. Mina Kluger,
2103 SW 7th st., and the late Jul-
ius Kluger.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Jay
Jason. Miss Sue Pesacov was maid
of honor. Miss Felice Freedman,
Miss Fran Gitlin, and Miss Lor-
raine Caminiti were bridesmaids.
Robert Fishman was best man.
and ushers included Buddy Litt,
Norman Luger, and Bob Ruben-
stien.
Newlywed Mrs. Kluger is major-
ing in elementary education at the
University of Miami. The groom,
is a U M alumnus, and president
of the Burger Specialty Co.
Dinner and reception for 200 fol-
lowed at the Dupont Plaza.
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Several outstanding artists will
present a pre-Bach to post-bop pro-
gram at the Fine Arts Conserva-
tory's annual concert on Friday at
Northwestern High School Audi-
torium. Juilliard trained concert
violinist, Serita Rubinstein Dines,
a member of the Pittsburgh Sym-
phony Orchestra, will perform.
Also appearing will be Ruth Wolk-
owsky Greenfield, pianist-composer.
Swim Dance Saturday
Temple Zion Sisterhood will hold
a swim dance on Saturday evening
at the Collins Terrace hotel. The
program will include a women's
beachware fashion show and men's
bathing beauty contest. Mrs. Sam
Gordon is chairman.
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Shirah Skop's
Betrothal Told
Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop,
of 3511 Riviera dr.. Coral Gables,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Shirah Rannah, to Louis
M. Heilberg, son of Mr .and Mrs.
Alfred Heilberg. of Miami Beach.
The future bride is a graduate
of the university of Miami, where
she majored in elementary educa-
tion. She will be teaching in the
Dade county school system start-
ing in September.
At the university, she was a sen-
ator in Student Government and
treasurer of the Joint Education
Council.
She is also a graduate of the He-
brew High School of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, and a teach-
er in the religious schools of the
Israelite Center and Temple Za-
mora of Coral Gables.
Mr. Heilberg is a graduate of
the University of Florida and is
now completing his graduate work
for a Master's degree in education.
The wedding will take place dur-
ing the winter holidays at Temple
Judea in Coral Gables, where the
bride-elect's father is spiritual
leader.
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T, June 24. 1960 *• Jew is* fhriciiann Pag* 7-B CM armingly yours, IE Greater Miami Jewish Federation held its 22nd annual Sting June 16 at the Amerihotel. Irs. Jay I. Kislak wife of the ^ner chairman, chose a silk orJnza over cotton print for the Sning. She was very comfortle and attractive in her black organza that was banded in ick peau de soie. The bodice is fitted and skirt featured the atrolled fullness of the bell ipe. TWhite lace was the selection of |rs. Paul Rimmeir. Her ensemconsisted of a sleeveless eath with a short Chanel style cket with three-quarter length eeves. [Mrs. Arnold Seeder wore an Uian silk print sheath. Tones id shades of blues and greens Mnbim-d into an interesting patBrn on white. Her satin shoes ^ere dyed to match one of the lore vivid greens. In brilliant emerald green silk tas Miss Gail Rosenthal. attired a sheath with a scoop neckline an excellent example of clasic line.-. Mrs. Leon Kronish wore a gold jme sheath shirtwaist. Wife of %  .e executive director, Mrs. Ar>ur Rosichan, chose a muted pal blue peau de soie featuring modified harem skirt. • (RESIDENT of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizans, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, selected short formal with a black matte srsey bodice featuring a bateau tkline in front and dropping to low scoop in back. Her skirt Evas black point d'esprit over a B>ink beige taffeta. Outing ^resident, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, [wore black chiffon. The sheath ras softened with chiffon panfillers attached to the back neckline and then caught in the front low at the hemline. Mrs. Betty Feuer chose a white silk with a large floral print of peacock and blue. Her dress was a sheath with a matching fulllength theatre coat in white textured fabric from Switzerland, and featuring appliques of the floral print in her dress. Celebrating their 31st wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. She wore a black silk sheath, with a wide Empire line cummerbund in peau de soie that cascaded down the back into a pair of flowing panniers. Mrs. Milton Friedman chose a white pique print featuring peacock blue flowers. Soft green tones made up the foliage print. Her bodice featured an Oriental touch in the corners of the low neckline, and her skirt was the bell shape. w IFE of the president of Federation, Mrs. Sam J. Heiman. appeared in a green silk print of gold and mint greens blended on white. Her surplice bodice ended in a full skirt, and she wore a bib of green and clear crystals. Mrs. Leo Chaikin selected a dress with a white silk organza bodice appliqued with lace and trimmed with rhinestones. The sheath skirt was a black silk peau de soie. Mrs. Marvin Rauzin wore a white pique with black velvet trim. The popular bell shaped skirt was emphasized in detail with the black. Mrs. Sam Blank chose an oyster and white silk and ribbon knit from Paris. Her triangular-shaped stole was embroidered in iridescent sequins. • • • SUNDAY night was Beth Dav•* id's evening farewell tribute to Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Several hundred members of the community attended the affair. Toastmaster was Stanley Myers. His mother wore a silk print with a design from India executed in vivid colors. Mrs. Issac Halif came in from Havana for the occasion in a pink linen sheathe with a floral design appliqued down the front. With her was her long time friend. Mrs. Harry Gordon in a black and white checked gingham, featuring a tiered skirt. Mrs. Sam Spector was in the audience, making a rare public appearance after a recent illness. Mrs. Rosenberg chose a classic sheath shirtwaist for the evening. The high bouquet of red roses, presented to her on behalf of the Sisterhood, showed up well against the soft beige color of her dress. Werner-Kahn Kluqers Will Live in Miami Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kluger will live in Miami after they return from their honeymoon in Mexico City. The-sky room of theDupont Plaza hotel was the site of the couple's wedding on Sunday, June 19. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony. The former Eleanor Mae Weiner is the daughter of the Albert Weiners, 1770 SW 21st st. The eroom is the son of Mrs. Mina Kluger, 2103 SW 7th st., and the late Julius Kluger. Matron of honor was Mrs. Jay Jason. Miss Sue Pesacov was maid of honor. Miss Felice Freedman, Miss Fran Gitlin, and Miss Lorraine Caminiti were bridesmaids. Robert Fishman was best man. and ushers included Buddy Litt, Norman Luger, and Bob Rubenstien. Newlywed Mrs. Kluger is majoring in elementary education at the University of Miami. The groom, is a U M alumnus, and president of the Burger Specialty Co. Dinner and reception for 200 followed at the Dupont Plaza. JMS. 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Page 6-B Teacher, Law Student Marry H.lene Ruth Rosner is now Mrs. v Harry Hyman. The couple ex2e-i wedding vows on Sunday, Jure 19. at the Dupont Plaza hofa I Rabbi Solomon Schiff offrctaie'is> Joan Carol Turtle is the br;< e of Murray I. Gellen. The COi ->le exchanged vows on Sunday. •tun* 19. at Temple Israel, with W Joseph Narot officiating. Tin bride is the daughter of Mrs. 2 Ttirtle. 1560 Pennsylvania ; and the late Sidney Turtle. TN eroom is the son of Mrs. Lillian E Gellen. 1615 Michigan ave. Ann Turtle was maid of hor Adam Kammski served as be-man. • "iride attends the University of lami. where she is secretary of Inega Pi. business education t. rary. past secretary of the Ast> < ated Women Students, member oi the Student Education Assn.. and president of Business Educati • *f r. Gellen received his BacheIci degree from the University of I • necticut and a Master's degree 1 .-• i the University of Miami. He imember of Phi Delta Kappa. < ation honorary, and teachers P8J hology at North Miami High School reception followed the 11:30 a.m. cmony at the Barcelona hotel. After a New England honeymoon. the couple will be at home at 692 %  £ 132nd st.. No Miami Wrrntr-Kahn alts, mutt At ciuiH Wernrr-Kahn MRS. TORY HI HAH Peau de Soie For Mrs. Adler Temple Israel was the site of the marriage vow* spoken by Miss Sandra Nelen Bossak and Bert Seth Adler on Sunday evening. June 19. RaBbl Joseph Narot officiated at the 6:30 p.m. candlelight, double ring ceremony. The %  bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak, 3894 NW 2nd ter.. Miami. The groom is the son of Mrs. Morris Adler. of Raleigh, N.C., and the late Mr. Adler. The bride was attired in a pure silk peau de soie gown designed with an open neckline and outlined with hand-drawn alencon lace. The sleeves tapered to wrist points, with the lace applique I in an elongated apron effect on the flat front of the bell skirt. 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Matron of honor was Mrs. Myra Harris Miss Marian Sperber was maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Judith Lefcoe and Marie Rosenthal. Paula Sperber was junj ior bridesmaid. Stanley Harris was best man, and ushers included George Lefcoe, Louis Silver, and Harold Thompson. The bride chose a white lace and nylon tulle formal length gown featuring a chapel train. Her bouquet was of two large white orchids and five smaller orchids on a prayer book. Newljrwed Mrs. Deutsch gradu ated from Miami Senior High this : year, and is a past president of Tags. B'nai B'rith Girls. The groom, a 1956 graduate of Miami High, attends the school of I architectural engineering at the ;University of Miami. Dinner and dance followed the ceremony at the hotel. After a tour ;of Florida, the couple will be at home at 3502 SW 15th st.. Miami ADELPHI SUMMER SCHOOL A...nda. acr.pt.d by Dad. CexMty Be.,d of rvfcak bsMrsKtioa TUTORING AU SUBJECTS ACADEMIC ad COMMERCIAL for mfntmmitn, pltiu see Y ** "•*• *, P*.. 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Page 8-B Jewisi> fkrMian Friday, June 24. I960 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl I NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Mr and Mrs Sam Ni-berg. accom panied by their daughter. Mrs. William Schwarzman, made it an all family affair at the annual convention of B'nai B'rith District Five the past week in Norfolk Nieoerg, state president, and his wife and daughter, all of wttom have been associated wi:h local B'nai B'rith ergentietions, had a happy reunion with many friends from out-of-state at the recordbreaking convention. Paul Pollak. veteran Beach hotel and motel owner, on the mend after surgery, at Mt. Sinai. Taxi tycoon Bill Segal, Mickey Kraus and Fred Aaronson airing their views over the Japanese Government crisis while breakfasting before their Sunday round of golf at Bayshore. Seymour Weiss moving his Fruit Bowl quarters on Lincoln rd. further east, opposite the Beach Theatre. Will be ready for the fall and w inter business. The Louis Pallots, on a two-month tour of Europe, are joining her sister and brother-in-law, the Sam Solloways, who are new in Switzerland. Beaming parents are Attorney and Mrs. Alexander Rubin, of Miami Beach. Their son. Robert E.. has been graduated from Harvard summa cum laude. and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He's still de liberating whether to go on to law school, or pursue a teaching career. Last week was a busy one for the Alexander Kogans, whose future daughter in-law, Carol Steinmarder, of New York, visited here and was lio t NJ at a whirl of parties. She will become the bride of Alexander, jr., in Manhattan on Sept. 10. The Lewis (Durable Awning) Jordans will welcome a third addition to the family come November. Mel Cohen, the produce exec, took his eyes off the new tomato and strawberry crop long enough to go nine holes at Bayshore in the late afternoon with Dr. Julian Rickles. Red I.ubin and Dr. Ben Miller. Dress manufacturers Leo and Phyllis Diamond just joined the summer stomp to Europe. It'll be a combination business and pleasure trip for them, looking over the style trends in women's dresses in France, Italy. Switzerland and England. Sune.vs Story: Lou Taylor and Sam Edelson opening their own handbag manulacturing plant in Hialeah. Martin Bhiiiienthal is the new president of the Florida Aluminum Window and Door Manufacturers' Assn. Larry W. Adler. of the Beach, met his future bride at the University of Indiana. She's Ruthlee Figlure. of Fredericktown. Md. He majored in journalism there. FILM FARE: James Stewart returns to the wars again in "The Mountain Road." opening today at the Miami. Carib and Miracle Theatres. He heads a seven-man Army demolition team in China in Werld War II. The Japs are but 40 miles away and advancing fast on the airtield where Jimmy and his crew are the last garrison He has to make up his mind whether to withdraw the men by plane or blow I up the field and retreat by truck, destroying the area's only road behind them. Romantic interest is interposed by Lisa Lu, an Oriental beauty "*• eam *• Hollywood via Honolulu where she was a newspaper woman. Billy Wilder, probably Hollywood's top comedv director attested to by his previous and hilarious "Some Like it Hoi." keeps his rating untarnished with his latest side splitter, "The Apartment." Jack I.emmen who was one of the stars of "SL1H," titillates again with his spoofing in this one. joined by Shirley MacLaine and Fred MacMurray i It s at the Olympia. Beach and Gables. j -tt .w1 T S DES F !" E BAV: Juli,ls La Ros % %  > a cast loaded with bright young talent is making "West Side Story" one of the most I delightful productions ever spotlighted a4 the Coconut Grove Play-i house. Supporting him is Gaby Monet. The musical plays through the' week, winding up July 3. Top entertainment at the Beach hotels continues in the revue ve*n. Extravaganza Latina" is the Latin-American stage fiesta in the La Ronde of Fontainebieau. Lenny Dawson and his orchestra S2?SVS r U ,*i e F r ^ dy Ca '' oreh ** -hamate, for dancing wrm Bobby Fields Trio in the Boom Boom room of the same hotel. At the Deauville. Larry Steele's "Smart Affairs" keeps stepping • long in the Casanova room. Singer Napoleon Reed is the headliner of the sparkling show. Eden Roc confines its entertainment during the summer to Harry's American Bar. featuring the music of singer Damita Jo and her band and Louis Varonas Latin tunesters. Jackie Heller is the singing TIPS ON TABLES: Although Michel's is only open three days a week. Friday. Saturday and Sunday, banquets and large parties have been plentiful at the Normandy Isles Kosher restaurant The North Shore Jewish Center Men's Club recently honored Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz there, and topped the dinner occasion by presenting him with a trip to Israel. The Candlelight Inn has been busier than ever taking care of the hungry theatregoers en route to Coconut Grove Playhouse Henrv Lettson's big treat there: thick juicy prime ribs of beef, and reasonably priced, too. This has been a record-breaking month for Harold Pont and Irving Gordon's catering service. Remember, ifs June—the wedding month. But they'll cater for any affair, and come up with some unusual features, too. Just give 'em a buzz. The true Continental cuisine, with French accent, is what makes Maxim's tick. It's menu is a real eye opener, with many dishes you'll find nowhere else, but in Paris—and at the Surfside restaurant. Mentioned Fu Manchu's fine dinner service, but it's time we said something again about the reasonably priced Cantonese luncheon offerings. You'll lick your chops(ticks). Some pun. T Branch Names Director Philip Millstein has been appointed as new branch director of the Southwest YMHA Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Efraim H. Gale, executive director. Millstein's first major responsibility will be the direction of Camp Kadimah, the summer day camp to be conducted by the Southwest "Y" for eight weeks beginning June 20. Millstein has a Master's degree in social group work from the New York School of Social Work. For the past four years, he served as program director for the Emanu-EI Brotherhood in New York. Prior to that, he was associated in various supervisory capacities with centers in New York and Toledo, O. Following the operation of the summer day camp. Millstein will assume full responsibility for the direction of the total program of the Southwest Branch, which in-1 eludes services to the preschool I child, elementary school age level,, junior and senior high, adult and senior citizen. The Southwest' YMHA is located at 7215 Coral \ Way. and is a beneficiary agency! of the United Fund and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Larry Seitlin Wins New Award Lorry Seitlin. 11-year-old Miami youth who will be attending Palmetto Junior High School in Sep•ember. left Sunday for Norfolk. V;i where he was entertained at i lunchexlh* oil a IV S.-arrcraft carrier From there. Larry's itinerary •us week include.i trips to Baltimore and Washington. The starryeyed youth ends his trip with two •xciling days in New York City. How did he manage it? Larry. son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Seitlin. 11640 SW 69th ct.. is one of 70 Miami youths chosen from among 1.500 paper carriers for the Miami News and cited for outstanding achievement in subscription sales. 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Page 10-B +Jmisiifk*-i' gn hit musical career with a violin at the age of six. One of his first teachers was Arnold Volpe, founder and conductor of the University of Miami Symphony. Miss Hayden and Eglevsky will dance three pas de deux. Mendelssohn's "Scotch Symphony," Delibes' "Sylvia," and grand pas de deux of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Her Cavalier from Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite." Fiorato, in a tribute to his mus' ic teacher, has scheduled Volpe's Quartet in G major, third movement, for string orchestra. Other selections to be heard include Igor Stravinsky's dramatic "Firebird Suite," Strauss' "Wiener Blut." and Alberto Ginastera's composition, "Concert Variations," from the ballet "Pan America." I Miss Hayden. a lovely ballerina, has danced many times with Eglevsky in his "Petit Ballet, dance ensemble which toured important cities throughout the world. *m> James Stewart stars in "The Mountain Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. Road" now at the men s C/ob t e Meet Men's Club of Coral ish Center will hold Saturday evening at the Center Kosher Dining For Coral Gobies The Riviera Strutly Ko-.herR*. aurant has announced i:s openusf at 1830 Ponce de Leon blvd.. Oml Gables. Under the supervision oi the United Balabatim Vaad Hat ashruth of Greater Miami, the net dining establishment is also ofl. ing a catering service for all occasions. A policy of serving full count dinners daily from 4:30 to 830 has been inaugurated. w,ih the nception of Saturdays, until s down. A take-out service will be lettured with such items as {edit fish, knishes, kishka. stuffed ci bage and delicatessen for the ca{ venience of its patrons Reasonable prices in all departments, resta* Way Jewa gathering | rant, catering and take-out service, will be maintained. -S.T. "West Side is a trenchant musi cat. a musical drama with something to say. weaving in as it does the strong emotional conflicts in the lives of youngsters in New York's tougher area," Phillips added. Philips also pointed out that the %  2136 S ongs in the production, especially "" 24th ave.. has for many years long Distance Moving Ace R. B. Van Lines. Inc. served Greater Miamians in need •Maria." have caught the public —ST ear and they also greatly enjoy the #J £mJ ,ong 1 f ,s,ance movin 8 comedy number, "Gee, Officer The company will give estimates K runke ^^ without charge. Dial NE 5-6496. "-* u '"" : How the talented Arthur Laurents. who wrote the book, wove a story combining it with the musical genius of Leonard Bernstein and the lyrics of Stephen Sond|heim. makes for the musical hit of the past two seasons. "West Side Story" plays through I Sunday, July 3. Imported Toy Poodle Pups "**. *">*, pal tkaw aurl.ty OnVftfJfta. Blaoa Imat. tzcallant baariag. Writa IMS lumu Tarraca. r.n.m. City, Fla.. for aatarh WANTED Wamaa i < m sea—Jag HOUS*. MOTHEt (ot Alpha Ept.lon Pi Fraternity at fi aaraii Tact) in Atlanta. Ga. Baawtifwl accaniniaa'at i aa t ta t paa a ifcilitiaa utd aala taaiaa car* a* b'tchan apai at wall aa attar autrnt. Wmt MAttON I CONfN 12S7 ftmnMaa Una NX Ca WILL RENT LOVELY %  narn • ftatiraa' Atari. Wiatawar Mr. TV ft Tartar...., .., Caatar ft MarrticaMa Sy aaaoava S10 • CaH Wl 7539ft ar Wl S-SMV FOR SALE BY OWNER l-yr old. 3 haa V aaa a 3 bath kanta. Flarraa Sanaa Fara nr nnfwm VA ar tanvtatiaatl taarlgi u i. if naa lifi aaV 177 N.W. 177* Tarraca CANTOR MF.ft£rV lirutCY ftAKITOMC. SEEKS POSITION FOt TMf HIGH HOilOAYS UN 5-8806 SRO Welcomes La Rosa Opener S. R. O. was Miami's welcome to Julius La Rosa when he opened in "West Side Story" at the Grove Playhouse Tuesday night. Hardly everybody's "cup of tea." the production wiU not please musical comedy devotees whose judgment of a play is based on the number of hit-tunes it contains. However, the music of Leonard Bernstein was at times breathtaking, particularly in the duets of Julius La Rosa and Diana Corto. Jerome Robbin's choreography, although principally on the "rock and roll" theme, was excellent "We** Side Story" concerns a j street in a tough New York neighborhood where a struggle for supremacy is taking place between | the newly arrived Puerto Ricans! and a gang of white" residents. Fine performances were turned i in by Vic Vallaro. as leader of the Puerto Ricans. and his girl, Gabv 1 Monet. Isabelle FarrelL. as a di minutive but fiery girl-friend of the "white" gang, was outstanding. —Seima Thompson GALEN HAU. IS PRIVILEGED TO BE THE HOST TO SO MANY GLOBE TROTTING folks from the Sooth. Whether you plan an extended vacation or as part of a trip abroad, you'll always remember your GALEN stay at a new adventure in luxurious relaxation. Inquire for details of complimentary limousine transfer service direct from Philadelphia airport. DISTINGUISHED FACILITIES • Superb air-conditioned accommodations, spacious suites, private cottages. Golf-18-hole championship course, John Yocum, Pro. • Headline Entertainment—throughout Season. • Dancing nightly under the stars; American and Latin orchestras. • Aquatic shows and moonlight barbecues at Forest Glades Pool. • Summer stock theatre parties; Penny Davis Dance Troupe. CONVENTIONS — Completely equipped rooms have been designed for large and small groups. SPECIAL CONVENTION RATES on request Galen Hall TtjGUST BROS uy t I \ fl f s r COMING STARS at Oalan Skawa -* Ala* King &f Marry Aaitfaraara "ft Hanay Vawagmaa IMI Fo..., Jackia Mrlat %  ft. lunia RayrtaWt •# Harvay Stnaa -* SaMy ftlair HOTEL AND COUNTRY CLUB WtmRSVHU. PfNNA. 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Friday, June 24, 1960 +Jewish ncrid/ian •ieda Hennock Dead at Age 55 WASHINGTON — i i Mo m tlay. A brilliant New York attorney of Jewish faith, she was appointed to the commission by President Tru man. She led the fight for eductional television. A supporter of Israel and Jewish causes, she is survived by William H. Simons, her husband. Page 11-B JACK LEVY 41 i %  W % % %  ui si Utaheh, riled May u. He can %  -. j, am a_-o. %  :' World Wat II re Sylvia; threi sons, All-n. Mark. and Ranald; and feur IT • %  \\:.\ .11 .,1 : I LEGAL NOTICE i "*W^"TC* MORRIS L. SELLER 76. father at MUM Reach lanw'<* Municipal Judge Milton Feller, died June 30. He resided at 6SR". Byron live, and 'van a retired hot.-l ouu. i. He moved lo Miami m I win iroin Ma atosa Springs. NY He was 01 igimtlly from Ajstrla. arrived In the I'.S. In 1910. .,n I helped found tin Independent Order of J'.'nai B'r ith Abraham Lodge. He belonged to Miami Beach Elks I.. dr;. and Temnle Kmanu-Kl. In addition to Judge heller, survivors include hiK "Wife, Reglna. daughter. Mrs. Esthlvoroe h.,s been fled against you, and yu are .required to eerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complalni on the plaintiffs Attorneys, i:.)l I MAN A,(lOI.DSTEIN, and file thi orluinal Answer or Pleading In the office nif the clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 25th day of July, 1960. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bil! of Complaint. This rr ii c shall he .uolillshcd once each week for four consecutive weeks InTHBJKWlSH %  %  • %  Jr IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, '-Ida, this 22nu oay ot June, >\.u. 1960. E. B. WEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (•eel) By: N. A. HKWETT, Depu'v r-Vrk OOl.DMAN .V GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Plaintiff 2303 We-t K'agler Street Miami. Florida •/M, 7/1-8-11 NOTICE UNDF.R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N I" '• IS HEREBY GIVEN th.,t 'l>>UWHh-r.itii i. .l.slr.ni! lo ens li;*n>s 1].r (he Mrtltli POINT Vli \s %  PARTMEJ.TS at 183 %  ffi-iost'-*^ <..:d oairu i a Ihi Clerk lends I of I SOODEH MKI.VIN KIN'N U, : 1-8-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMt LAW NOTICE HEREBY OIVEN lhat i siring i igagr li hi fir IOIIK nai ioi MIAMI I'RBHTO POOD PRODUCTS •t KIT l.i-. iyne SI e. t, Mia I Beach lla.. Inten Is to n glstei -,i i „ irltll ih, Clerk nl the Circuit Courl of • County, Florida. SEA-MORE ENTERPRISER, INC. a Ma. Corn. MAI.VIN ENUI.ANHER Attorney for Applicant Ml Ltad .In Rd Miami I:. : 1-8-15 NOTICE TO DEFEND. OR ORDER OF PUBLIC" IN THE CIRCUIT COUR ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL FLORID*. IN AND F COUotTV. IN CHA 'No. 60C 6612 ToREJ I.A i.mis taAti •" % %  •* lessJrT, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FEDERAL METALS CO. at 27*2 N.W. North River Drive, Miami. Ha.. Intend to registerraid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JAMES Miy.l-ANEY IRVl.Ni: ISK. IFF LEO HESSEN Sole Owners wiiii-eh. Dougherty & ftiiac Ittorneya for Ajjpllcants 1II l Cru^-ress Bldg. •45/31, 7/ 1 -< l.i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 6841 CARY ANN HARPER, Plaintiff, WILLL\M B. HARPER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM B. HARPBR Address Unknown. You WILLIAM B. HARPER are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce h s 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 Attorneys. RICHMOND & WOLFBON, One Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the oftlce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of July, 1P60. If you fall to do so, judgment hy default will be taken again*) von for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This not'oshall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORJDLVN. DONE AND ORDERED it Miami. Florida, this 21st .lay of June, A.D. 1960. B. P.. I.EATHEP.MAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) B) I. SNEEPEN. > • paiy • I 2i.: i "l'i '• I RELLA, Defi ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TOl >l.i;.\ MARTORELLA :u; \v. st, fell pi. I.orli. Ni tt Vork Vou OL.OA MARTORELLA an hnci.y notified thai %  BUI of Cotnpla rii for Dlrorr. has be< n filed ajtalitat you, and you are reiulred m serw %  eopj of youi A"nswei or PleadIni %  '• the Pin of Complaint on the plaintiff* Attorney, ANGELo A \I.I 4W Alnsley Bulldlrur, Miami 32, iHornl.i :,rul file il,e oriulnal Answer or Pleading n the office of t %  •Clerk "I Ihe Circuit Courl on or l.el'.u. the '-'>' uaj M July, UM. if you fall to do so. Jrrflgrrrerrl lr> default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLURIDIAJN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Him Ida, this 15th day of June, \ O I MO, E. B. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dad* Countv, Florida Heal) i:y: K. M. I.YMAN. Depirty Ci-rk ANGELO A. ALI 400 Alnsley Building Miami :12, Horlda Attorney for Plalnltff. 6/17-24. 7 l-< LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that idi rslgned, deslrtns li g i in fictitious IM PMENT .'LES AND BERVICH W Mh Sir. ei in the : Miami. Florida Intend to I>K.icle* t a— n sii ii i iia, !. n, i •;.,!< the i Ircult < 'ourt of Dad Ciiitnly, Florida, this lotti HARRY KELTZ 14R. of 941 4th St., Miami Beach, died Ml) 30 A W.nl.l War II Navy veteran and r*iNt oCir'e i mployee, he eanre t,> Miami from New York 12 years ago. Surviving are his wife. Rose; a son. Kevin J.; a brother .. • r. and his mother, Mrs. Reg-ina Kelts Services were May 31 at Rlv' erside Memorial Chapel. MRS. PAULINE RUBIN JW. or 310 Collins ave.. died May 18. Khe cam, from New York 13 • %  ear* ago. and was a member of Farbund. Surviving are two sons, Maurice and Ralph, and a daughter, Mrs. Ti'li. |Ah;aham Services were May 19 al Riverside Memorial chapel, Washington ave. RABBI, CANTOR, TEACHER [ Fine appearance, tjood speaker, musi[cal ability, excellent Cantonal ability, and approved Hebrew teacher. Reads j the Terah. Would consider change for r-'med Conservative Temple for the [ Hirh Holy Days or tor the year. Best [leference. Write Cantor S.. "O Box 2<>73. Miami 1, FIs. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HE1:i:itY OIVBN that tbi undersigned, desiring to eirgaa* in .!••-. li %  • the fictitious name of NATIONAL BEARING SERVICE OF FLORIDA ..i County of Dade int.'nds li %  said ri • with ihe Clerk of ih. Circuit Court of Dade County, 1ire Ida. AL WF.INER Sole Owner El.l 1 RECrER Attorney fr.r Applicant 120 Lincoln Rd. •/M, 7. I NOTICE UNDER, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICK is rJERKRY OlVEN that IgnefL desiring lo qnKase in •'• r 'the fictitious .name of" NORTHWEST GROCERY AND MEAT at S410 B.W Sth Street, Miami, i-ior-id n. me with th< Clark of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. ERNESTINA AltEl", SuIeOwner GOLDMAN A: GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Registrant :•:"•:! \v. Elaeler St. Miami, Florida 6/21. 7/1-8-18 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA, IN PROBATE No. 4733S IN HE: Estate of SARAH TAN EN I'.A I'M. i i ceased, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL D SCHARQE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Diacharn a Executor of the eatau of SARAH TANENPM'M. deceased: and that on the 1st day of August, IM0, win apph lo tb< Honorable County Judges of I rail. County. Florida, for approval of said Firal Refsirt and for distribution and final discharge as Executor, of the -stale ol the ahovc-nam. d 1, redent. This 21st dsy of Jane. 1!>60. rofl" CHBREN OHEREN .v i;iw.I)EN Attornr .,..7 i rlvmpia Building Miami 32, Flori.la ,^ # ,/,..„ IMPORTANT NOTICE! To All DADE FEDERAL Members — • — Following past custom, all Dade Federal offices WILL CLOSE at 3:00 P.M. FRIDAY, JUNE 24th and ALL DAY MONDAY. JUNE 27th ... to allow our staff the necessary tima to compute •nd post earned semia#mtiel dividends tc the savings accounts of out more than 71,000 thrifty members. %  USINESS AS USUAL • TUESDAY. JUNE 28th ,f ih, Nation's i— Oldest '•"' %  Loi j0ade Federal c/AVNGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION or MlAMI | PH M IIPI0N Pt-sideni 5 Convenient OfVices Serve Dade County RESOURCES EXCEED 150 MILLION DOLLARS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 47S80B IN RE: Estati of BBN CCS EN SWAY NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Parauns Having claims or Demands Against ihe Said Estate: You and each of you are hereby notified that an Order of Administration 11 ^necessary has been entered in this [Estate by the Honorable Frank B. I'c wlinu .on the 3rd day of June, IMA. The total cash v. In. of the rtald .-stale was Two Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty Two I rollars (|3,(22.0O), arid the same was as-U-ned to SYLVIA CJEHBN8WAY, whose address Is it Alcanisrra Avenue. < 'r.r-al Gables, l>ade County, Florida. You ar. required to present any II.and uayments whii-h you Or either of "i mav have acalnat the 1-stat. BEN OEhVENBWAY, late of lade County, Plorlda, to the Honor, nt> 1 IV s o' M.l.le r'nuri'v. Florida, within s calendar months fr<.m the date of the fi st publication >i i.. — j .i. ma ds to contain th. legal address of t).. claimant • ^*oTn to and pwssen %  i as afr rr sail, or th*same ** ;: nirwant to Section 7S5 i" Flo Id* Siatjtes. r>ATF!"> AT Miami Bea h, Florida, this 2lh dav of Jun< II M SYLVIA 0E8ENSW \V J -C'K ANKTS iey for the Estate of Ben O e s e n sway •: %  Mneo'n R> I Mlar.rl Beach, Kl... 6'24. ? :•.-!-. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF PI 'vo.roa IM SNO FOP DAD! COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C M16 WILC1E PEREZ Plalntlf. MACRICE MARCO PEREZ, Defei a>t SUIT FOR DIVOetCE T< >: MaiTlc Mar M1 EllWr II r-., race I hbreel H.iis, i. i.. M.V. v ,,, v,..p( ,, ., ,-i. ^ ,i .,, em mpla'nt for Dlvr reu %  IM %  n '!Vd a#ainst yon n I > ar* required •r*-er or '.; to the I, Int on riiPI in-l'fs Attorney, and til.the rl.lmi Ar 4Wer or Hlearllric in ihe ofre ill Courl thr JSth 6 -'• Of -ii: I ,.i nent by default will be tak< : r-li demanJed in the Hill of 'ompla'nt. I ^.11 1-e pul Mh I i %  in TH %  v 1 %  (seal) Her* N I Ml": Vliami lleach, Ha. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 499S2C IN RE: Batate of JAMES KRA.SSIN 1>eceaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'n All Creditors and AH Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. ami each of you are Hereby notified an.) required to present an. claims and demand* which yon. or either of you. may have against the estate' of JAJIBS KRA.-'SIN deceased lairof Dad* County, Florida, to i)n Honorable County Judges of Dade County, anrl file lie >me In their offleeaa In th.County Courthouse in Dade County, Horlda. within elan) calendar months froni the date of the first publication hereof. Sai.l -Iai oi demands t.. remain the lesal .iddress ..f the -'aimant anrl to be sworn to anrl presented.as aloresai.l, or same voil bi barred, see Section 7S3.16 of ih. IMS P obate AII I'at'. .1 .Inn.1'niti. A.I'. I'rr.ii SOPHIE KI:A.-SI.\. AS EX.-. -r.rix ..T the l-isi Will and Testament %  ', .l.\.\n:s KI: v.-siv. i .s.-.i. WEPMAN d M'EPMAN Mini • e\ f. I> i: 1\ i 4"? Iliscavrie Building Miami. Florida loi i la. Dated nl Miami, of June. I960 i BANK II. M1L.I.ER 1'AI'I. M. TAYLOR WALLACE N. MAER Attorney for Applicant 607 Blscayne Urnlding Miami :;.'. Florida H'17-24. 7 l-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that thr undersigned, desiring lo Sngagi in business under the fictitious nai f BEACH I'M'MBIXd CO. al nils -Mh H Miami Beach, l-"la.. intends lo register said name with the Clerb, of the t'lrcull Courl "f Kail.County, Florida ANTHONY VENTO WKiNk'i.i-: a KI:SSI.KR Attorneys for Applicant •1 I Keybold Building Miami. I-l.i 6/17-21. 7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslneea under the fictitious name of WORK PLACEMENT CO. at 317 N.E. 7th Street. .Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. r:.MI. HERMAN (sole owner) DAVID l>Ri:cKER Attorney for Awlicant .110 Blscayne Itulldlng Miami :!2 Florida 6/17-24. 7/1-8 NOTICE uwes FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1J* HEREBY GIVEN that Lb*iinslersigaad, desiring to engage in busjuass under the fictitious name of AMI'I LN ASSOCIATE* at 15006W. IMsll Hatchway. Nwrlh Miami. Flori.la intends to register said name with Ih. ci.r-k ,,f ihe Circuit Curt of Dada County, Florida. I. i'. cAiiri.ix r'l.YHE a. FOSTKR. .IK AHornev for -I D. r'anri.liir 6/17-14, 7'1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAJntE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the iirul.-i sit n.-.l. al ii'' sw .".7 Avenue, Miami, Florida intends to r.-uister said n*sme wlih th.Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of I rade County, FUn-l.la. SINSHINI-: Kl.oWKKS. INC. By: Paul Ashkenas, Presides* r.r.;i:.\H I.K.MI.II'H Attorney for Sunshine Mowers, lac •*K-24, T 1-S IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF IHE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 5723 ill.l'KIA BARBARA SHI'l.L. Plaintiff, vs. KKM.M, LEE MULL, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KR.MAI. LEE SHII.I. Route 3 H i. .port, Ohio YOtJ AKK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complain! f.-r Divorce Ir.is been filed against you, an.I \. -ii %  re required la serve a copy • %  < your An-wi to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys. VON ZAMFT AND KRAVITZ. 1-.12 Metropolitan Bank Building, Miami :I2. Mori.la. and file the original Answer m th. ..flic. of the Clerk of the. Circuit Courl on or before the 22nd day of July. I960 If von tail to do so, Judgment by default will I" tak. n a-ainsi yon for thrrt-li.f s. agbl in the Bill of Complaint. l.Ht.dat Miami. Dade County, riorIrl.r, this 17th day % %  ( June, I960 >: B. LBATHBRMAN, ri. r-k of the Clrc rii Court (Mai) C L ALJSXANDER, i lepul) %  n rs i. 7 l-8-lt IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL'rT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 5705 OEOR41E Hlltsrll, P ..Iritiff. \s. KSI'HIiK K. HIRBCH, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i SSTHER K HIRdCH i S. dnnck \\. II...l irons, Ni Yck Toil, ESTHER K. HUtS'll. art hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint .for Divorce has i"-' n agalnsl you, •""! you are required t.. copy of your Answer or i'le.rdmi.K to tire Bill of Coniphvnt on the plaintiff's rinrrr.y. LEONARD H. RIH1N, M. tropoHtan Bank Building. Mi.imi 13, r ra. air.l liie thi Inal Answer or ('leadings in tie office of the Cle.-k of the circuit Court on or before th.8nd isi har;;. as Executors of 'he estate of I. I -• Ill-; A IJCHTE.NSTETTER. derm! lhat on the 7th day of Irriv. IMS, will apply to the Honorable, County Judges of Bade County. M..rIda. for approval of said Final Beisut distribution and .'insl disllllMgl as such Executors of th. estate of the above-named dec.-il.-iri. This th dav of June, 1H60. r' IKUI.YN LICHTKNSTKTTBR Lift) M'KKI'.MAN MYERS, HELM AN & K M'LAN Attorney %  El. v en h if t v Building L1M SW. 1st Sir. .-t M,,ml. Florida „ /1(M7 24 7 /1 NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE is HEREBY GIVEN th the fictitious %  .. iI COZY CORNER -. ilh Ihe l "%  S Lo -'I >. 8520 West Flagl.-. IN THE CQUJ>TY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DA** COUNTY, FLORIDA. Hl PROBATE No. 4MM3-C IN RE: Estat. of ELLA


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—^^^^ !"!" MBM Page 12-B +JenisiiHcrkttan UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FIORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER. DIRECTOR QUANTtir RIGHTS RESHVED WE SOL U.S. CHOKI and U.S. MEATS ONLY] GET SET for a bang-up 4th of July with the finest selection of Kosher-made, Pan-Ready QUICK-MEAL TREATS & BARBECUE SPECIALS FRESH CUT-UP KOSHER-MADE CHICKEN PARTS Breasts 69.* Thighs 69 c LB. NOW-Buy the Parts Your Family Likes Best! ? Wings 59 LB. NECKS and BACKS ... lb. 29c <* T OM THE nNBST KOSHER BEEF KOSHER MADE PAN-READY PULLETS CAPONS BROILERS mm '"• *^HER BEEF Moulder Steak LB. lb 69 Lilt St 89 C K SHER BEEF eak FR H K0SHER LB. MADE knd Ch„,L KOSHER MADE PAN READY LB. 89 69 C LONG ISLAND DUCKLINGS 69 69 KOSHER MADE PAN READY HEN TURKEYS STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Wed. 8 to 6 Thurs. 8 to 9 Fri. 8 to 31 HpVI FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS TO SERVE YOU EVEN lETTM To3rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER 19th ST. AT ALTON ROAD %  — NO. MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVt Wwf clutter 5 NOTE! OUR KOSHER MARKETS HONOR AH FOOD FA.R MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP CoT^T


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 24, 1960

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

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 24, 1960

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01638

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Full Text
"Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 33 Number 26
Miami, Florida. Friday, June 24. 1960
Two Sections Price 20#
io Said
be Former
izi Official
iriNt MP CHAKCt S ... PAG ?0-A
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
EW YORK Two New York
s, The Forward and The
York Post, charqed in arti-
published Tuesday that Dr.
Amadeo, Argentina's rep-
tative to the United Na-
was during World War II,
trusted collaborator of the
rheitsdienat," the Nazi Irv
ee Service.
newspapers cited in evi-
e statement ro that effect
ted in 194e in an official
States State Department
Forward, a Yiddish language
j>aper. printed the accusation
Dr. Amadeo in English, or
ont page. Both articles ap-
on the eve of the scheduled
>g of the United Nations Sc
Council, listed for Wednes-
lorning. when Dr. Amadei
argue his government's
lint against Israel, accusing
raeli government of violating
fine sovereignty by transfer
lass murderer Adolf Eich
ifrom Argentina to Israel.
[charges against Dr. Amadeo
png to the newspapers, ap
in an 86-page publication is
1946 by the United States
iment Printing Office. The
ilet was entitled "Consulta-
Lmong the American Repub-
ilh Respect to the Argentine
lion."
[cording to the 1946 public a-
Dr. Amadeo worked with
Carles Goyeneche, a Nazi
ir in the Argentine during
War II. Goyeneche trav-
through Europe on a diplo-
Continued on Page 3-A
Joseph M. Lipton (left), president of Dade Federal Savings and to Rockwell to use powerful loud-
Loan Assn., receives congratulations for his appointment as
chairman of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign.
Wishing Lipton well is Samuel N. Friedland. chairman of the
selections committee, who announced Lipton's appointment at
the 22nd annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation last Thursday.
CIVIC LEADER APPOINTED
Lift Loudspeaker
Ban on Rockwell
Rallies in Capital
WASHINGTONTwo Jewish organizations have protested
to the Federal and District of Cloumbia authorities against a new con-
cession made to George Lincoln Rockwell and his "American Nazi
Party."
The Jewish War Veterans of American filed a protest with the De-
partment of Interior this week*------------------------------------------
; against the renewal of permission | f, -
Soviets may
Show Two Faces
In Eich ma nn Tilt
Joseph Lipton Named Chairman
Of '61 Combined Jewish Appeal
speakers at his outdoor meetings.
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith made a similar com-
plaint to the District police.
Rockwell had been temporarily
barred from using amplification
apparatus because his anti-Jew-
ish tirades incited to riot and
evoked resentment from hun-
dreds of tourists at ovary rally.
The restriction was liftod how-
ever for Sunday's rally.
When the police had. on previous
weeks, temporarily withheld loud
speaker permissions, the rallies
were smaller and more orderly be-
cause he did not attract crowds
from blocks around. A number of
tourist attractions are within range
of the loudspeaker hi-fi system
which Rockwell transports to the
Joseph M. Lipton, civic and communal leader here for 25 years, rallies on a trailer truck
will be campaign chairman of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Announcement of Lipton's appointment was made at the annual
TieeMng of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last week by Samuel I
PNOTO L1TES OF 22nd ANNUAL MEETING PACE 6-A
1940 CJA TOTAL $1,650,000 PA6E 7 A
*e
N. Friedland, chairman of the se-*
!ections committee.
Friedland also disclosed that
Howard Kant, a past president
of Federation and former CJA
campaign chairman, has been
designated as cash chairman for
196041.
The selections committee in-
cludes Sam Blank. Sam J. Heiman.
Howard Kane. Jay Kislak. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehman, Stanley C. Myers,
and Max Orovitz.
In a brief acceptance speech be-
fore some 500 persons gathered at
! the 22nd annual meeting of Feder-
lation in the Americana hotel, Lip-
ton expressed his appreciation to committee, officially asked the De
the community "for your confi ifense Department to explain its
dence," and earnestly called for!position on "active participation
everyone's support in the next j of U.S. military personnel m the
camJaign-"both in means and in neo-Nazi group. The Senate Ma-
volunteer effort.
Six men were arrested during
Continued on Page 8 A
First Fines Levied Against
U.S. Hate 'Storm-troopers'
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Chief of JTA Washington Bureau
Off. NAMUM GOLDMAMM
, in defense
In the 1960 campaign _wpiu... m Ga, jr
who is president of the Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn.. acted Jhe Departmtnt ^ ju,tice had
as co-campaign chairman, with Jay
11. Kislak heading the Initial Gifts
1 Division. Lipton is a member of
| Federation's board of governors
and served with distinction as
Continued on Page 12-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) Two storm troopers of George Lincoln
Rockwell's American Nazi Party were fined for disorderly conduct this
week in the first legal action against the neo-Nazi group.
At the same time. Sen. Lyndon Johnson, chairman of the Senate
Preparedness Investigating Sub +----------------------------------------:
that "notwithstanding the highly
offensive nature" of the activities
of the neo-Nazis, "they usually
involve the interpretation and
application of the free speech and
guarantees of the First Amend-
ment to the Constitution and,
generally speaking, fall within
the protection of these Constitu-
tional safeguards."
Ijority leader's request was sent di-
impaign. Lipjon, l-tlyjo Secretary of Defense
meanwhile made it known that
no action had been taken to label
the Rockwell group as subversive
because of "free speech consid-
erations." Assistant Secretary
General J. Walter Yeagley said
ildmann Wandering Jew' -- Gurion
INVESTIGATION PRESSED ... PAGE 9-A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) A
number of delegations here, includ-
ing leading representatives of the
Western Powers, continued to exert
pressures against having the Uni-
ted Nations Security Council de-
bate the Argentine complaint of Is-
rael's action in conection with the
capture of Adolf Eichmann, the
Nazi leader who directed the kill-
ing of 6.000,000 Jews.
The Security Council meeting on
this issue was scheduled to take
place on Wednesday. However,
hopes had been expressed here that
some compromise might be reach-
ed between Israel and Argentina,
perhaps through a meeting be-
tween Israel's Prime Minister Da-
vid Ben-Gurion and Argentine Pres-
ident Frond izi. both of whom are
now in Europe.
(Moscow dispatches early this
week indicated that the Soviet
delegation at the UN might take
a double stand on the Argentine
grievance if it came to the Se-
curity Council. On the one hand,
Russia may support Argentina
on its insistence that the anti-
Israel grievance should be in-
Continued on Page 5-A
B-G Takes Off
For Brussels Tour
UNPRECEDENTED TALKS PAGE 8 A
t of opinions between Pre- before >|M"IBW' ,nP|10 years as an independent
BRUSSELS -(JTA) David Ben-
Gurion. Israel Prime Minister, ar-
Yeagley made these points in a rived here Monday for a State
letter to Rep. Seymour Halpern. j visit, after a five-day visit to
New York Republican, who had!France, where he conferred twice
protested the group's activities in; with President Charles de Gaulle,
the nation's capital. Yeagley also j Greeted ceremoniously at the air-
wrote that the Justice Department 'port by Prime Minister Gaston Ey-
would continue to study the prob- skens. Minister of Foreign Com-
lem and that it would institute ap-.merce Jacques van Offelen, and
propriate proceedings if enough evi-1 Viscount Meeus d'Argentuil. who
dence developed. represented Queen Mother Eliza-
. .. ... ,. beth, Mr. Ben-Gurion reviewed a
The first legal crackdown on the guard of honor (hen read a ste.
AVIV re- -------
and Dr. abroad on visits of state.
35 has been fuctioning for more than neojNjw was the levy by Judge ment emphasizing the friendship
10 vears as an independent state, George B. Nwlson _of fines of $10 between Belgium and Israel.
David Ben-Gurion
km Goldmann, president of the
The meeting, which lasted
, SETo2tt~&\*ia he'd Ithrr 3|ZLVS*K.Rose HalPrin- w;iniheir.,wemies
here at a meeting of the cen-1 all attended by Mr Ben-Gunon. j spoke on beha,( of the executive
10 years as an '""^""V"L^TT? and costs each against Daniel Bor-
2 tTwa's cSreVby SrSSH "* ^ C,ayt0n' ***
i in
The defendants arrogantly ad-
mil ee T he Mapai. I* who is the top leader of the gov- ^ Zjonist organization, mitted they were Nazis and claim-
.bor Party, called for the ernment party. Mr. Ben-Gurion., ^ ^ opposed by Uvi Esn. ed ^ were not guuly because of
)m
Labor
,e oTdiscus ing the future of who does not believe ir.the neces-
rorld Zionist movement. Iiity of further existence of the Z.
Continued on Page 2 A
Continued on Page 16-A
Belgi
Speaking in French, Mr. Ben-
Gurion said: "All free nations,
large or small, are committed to
solidarity in the defense of peace
and fundamental liberties. After
Continued on Page 5-A


Page 2-A
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Goldmann Again Urges International Tribunal
,........ ______ ...... -______. ,h h, ,rotc*ts 'with all the Israel s ria^ ta try Ii
nlv and therefore -nent that be protects v. ith
force at my command against vr
GoWmaan making Ua proposal
mf- A! >r erea conference
deportation of .it as a tribunal :h
TE1. AVIV-UTA iDr. Natram Terwunate Jew
GoULmann. preside at of the World it is advisable to invite otser conn-
Zioni-t Organ reiterated hi trie*. who*e tit Jens *re extenn-
belir* here that Adolf Escfcanann. mated to send judges to I*rae*
who directed the deportation of 4rt a- a tribunal will a- '-:ael Dr. Coldmann announced i
Europe'* Jews to the Nati stanch- chatraaan. to try
' ,mps. should be tried by an
inlet national court sitting in Jeru
aalem.
ai
Ex-haiaan
"My opinion was. aad I am
of that opinion Di Ooidmana tola
a recent pre*s conference, "iha- B
chm;nn and the Nazis did not ex-
Dr. Goldmani ca"el
nce to repl '> Premier I
"Vn-Gucor. mho had accused him
f a 'blow to the fee!iot> of the:
leopJe of Israel and 1j the honor
t ;he -:ate' b> hi* proposal. Mr.:
Ben-Gunon *aid in a public
Has wrttien letter to Mr
n reject.n,? hi.* pn-
he
Ben <.j
"I
can unfarsteitd that yeo O-
tirapul in hi* letter to
the Israeh leader, "but I cannot
ue Jaeatawd why such a proposal
is a seeeee Mew." I ?** ah-eatty
statod
mar I hae* no doubt of
Neither Israeli Nor American/ B-G Says
Continued tram Pay* 1-A
k Moshe Sharrett and other Ma
pai lea
Folio* in ? exerted disc*J*sions.
the central committee adopted a
proposal by Mr Sbarrett to expand
the Zionist organization, and to
support the decision it-ached to
thi. fleet la*t week at a combined
meeting of leaders of t h e I>rael
Government and the Jewish Azen-
< Tne central committee also de-
cided to submit the problem for
di.*cu-Mon to all branches of Mapji
and. when thier discu**ions are
cone I ided. to take up the que*t.<>n
again for final decision
In the course of his heated ar-
guments. Ben-Gunan attecwed
Dr. Galdwaiai, tilling him that
he is "neither an Israeli nor en
American, but a wenderina
Jew." He demanded mn immedi-
vr.els riphf ta try Eichmi
. have eapressed my confi-
dence in Israels iusrica. tot I
,r*^ht. an**aliaWiawt thasav
since ft was net only Jaws who
wore killed by fichmonn and
the Naiis, hot ether countries
whoso crrtsena wara murdarod.
it if advisable to Invite these co-
untries to send judges te Israel.
I think il a great honor to Israel
hat other judge* would come here
ind it under an Israeli presiding
udga nr OoMmann stressed1. He
mpha-trefl to the newspapermen
that he had *peken as an individ
jal. in hi* own name, not in the
name of any organhration be heads
jnd that he had not. therefore, con
.idled thefn before makmg hla pro-
paawOa"
lr-aMtwifZ9|rji
Rahhi Mayer Abraiwn^. I
tual leader of Nor?
"Still Small
the Greater
Asn Theme
Israel." The prt
ly over
Voice-
Miami ]
"ill be -a
ine program is ^-T,
TKT>- Ta,^
bit Ahramrn* r 7 1
ed pre-.dent of
Assa
the
A I were net permitted to ex
ore<; mr own ideas, "be cretemed.
I voold hire resigned within 24
1 boors from those cwganirarlom."
He nnted that M>. Ben-Gurion ha-'
Irenoeofly made a number of im
, portant statement, that were his
AVID hll-OUMIOM
. fa* ban m.f
LOHGDISTANCI
MOVERS
MAY HOMaps Mr* Taefc.
DIAL JE M3S3
tCUeseTawiSwX
455 (MUM art
me.runn icf> te$
ate reply ta the question "what
is a Zionist," and whether the
present Zionist Organisation is
capable of teaching ttahiaw in
countries ewrtfcse of Israel, and
of fosto ina immigration ta Is-
rael.
"Will the Zionist Organization of
faculty Appointment Made
Roy Oliver director of the Mod
ern Music Department of the Mi
ami Conservatory, this week an
nounced the appointment of Her
man Wolf son to the faculty. Wott-
son is one of the leading orchestra
leaders in the area and noted per-
lormer on the saxaphone and clar-
inet
America organite Aftra. which 1*
i-rael'* mo-t pressing needs' Wil-
'rianrre Hebrew edncatien.
which is what Jew* er-eanere need '
most?" Mr BenCurion asked He-
then posed the question- "How can
we explain to the young generation
that there are two sorts of Jews
Zionist* and other*"*" Asserting-
that Israel is the creation of the P*""1 *"""
Jewish nation, and not of the Jew-
ish Agency, he insisted that there
is no difference between a Zionist
and a non-Ziom-'
Dr. Goldmann. in a lone addre*s
delivered calmly, warned again*1
the notion by I*raeli Jew.* that
Jews outside Israel "are in their
pockets." He said that "the pre
*ent generation is not a.* far as
-elations between the State of I*
rael and non-I*raeli Jews are con
cerned. It i* a generation that has
u-*<-d through concentration
camps and is proud of the State*
-stablishment."
The presi ent of the WZO *tron
h opposed the idea that there is
no need for an international Jew
i*h organization for fostering re
lations between Israel and Jews
Hit side Israel. "To small Jewish
communities." he said, the Zionist
Organization "gives the feeling
'hat they participate in shapin
the Jewish Nation', fate."
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r. June 24. 1960
*Jenisfi IkrHitr
Page 3-A
Explosion Intended
For Home of Editor
wy school class of the Hebrew Academy wartz. Eric Glasserman, Lane Jeffrey Genet,
lives diplomas during graduation exer- Howard Kass, Andy Sanders. Ahron Yosef
b at the Academy. Left to right are Rabbi Horovits, Leah Rotunan. and Mrs. Edith Kass,
lander S. Gross, principal, Debora Sch- nursery teacher. Not shown is Karmi Gross.
Reports $33,150,000 at Mid-Year
fGTONIn its first cam-
in 22 years unmarked by an
ration crisis in Israel or a
live emergency in Jewish life
|seas, the nationwide United
hh Appeal Sunday reached a
fcyear standing of $33,130,000 in
raised against pledges,
sum was reached as 4501ead-
|of community campaigns from
parts of the country presented
pks totaling several millions of
rs to Melvin Dubinsky, of St.
Is, UJA national cash chair-
I, at the closing session of a
lay national midyear leader-
conference at the Shoreham
I.
tabbi Herbert A. Fried.nan,
cutive vice chairman of the
rait fold he conference "if
campaign continues at the
lunt pace, there it every rea-
to believe that by the year's
I the I960 drive will approxi-
|fe the $68 million raised by
UJA in its successful cam-
in of 19*0."
UJA executive vice chair-
man paid tribute to "the maturity
and deep sense of responsibility"
exhibited by American Jews in
their response to the 1960 cam-
paign.
"There were no flaming bend-
lines or day-to-day newspaper re-
ports of Jewish disasters to spur
[the pace of this year's effort. Yet."
Rabbi Friedman told his audience.
"American Jews have shown that
they understand very well the yreat
issues which still underlie liie UJA.
land that they a^e a generation
which has an appointment with his-
tory to try solving these issues."
A second speaker at the closing
session, Moses A. Leavitt. execu-
tive vice chairman of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, underscore'!
the long-range aspects of UJA's
support. The JDC, a princ.pal
! beneficiary of the UJA, operates in
] behalf of distressed Jews in 24
overseas countries, and conducts a
special welfare program for aged
and handicapped immigrants in Is-
Irael.
"In 1960, JDC is helping some
1250,000 persons in Moslem coun-
\madeo Said to be Ex-Nazi
Continued from Pago 1-A
ie passport. and 'eonforrod
rith Himmler, Von Ribbentrop,
! other Naii and pro-Nazi lead-
to strengthen the cause of
laiism In the Argentine and
?r Latin American countries.
,-he Yiddish paper cited this
itement from page 29 of the
lie -ftepsrtment publication:
^'Thereafter, Goyeneche perform-
i varying services for the SD, in-
uding the furnishing of political
ports which Goyeneche received
. the Argentine Embassy in Ma-
fid, by pre-axrangement for this
prpose with Mario Amadeo, of the
argentine Foreign Office, himself
[trusted collaborator of the SD. In
%s connection, it will be recalled
St Amadeo resigned from the Ar-
!intine diplomatic service when re-
lions with Germany and Japan
were severed but was promptly re-
instated after the assumption of
power by Farrell and Peron."
Gen. Edelmiro Farrell was in-
stalled as president in place of
Gen. Pedro Ramirez in one of the
many shifts in Argentine politics
during the World War II period.
The Ramirez regime broke rela-
tions with Germany and Japan,
and it was then that Amadeo was
forced out of the Foreign Office.
The Ramirez regime was over-
thrown in a revolt of military offi-
cers, who apparently feared that
Ramirez intended to declare war
on the Axis. After Farrell was in-
stalled as president, Peron emer-
ged as the real power and later dic-
tator.
A State Department spokesman
told The New York Post that it
would be "difficult" to determine
who wrote the 1946 publication.
tries, Europe and in Israel. It is
worth noting that most of those
whom the JDC helps no longer can
be technically classified as 'refu-
gees.' But the needs of these peo-
ple are as great as in the days of
homeless wandering, or greater."
A third speaker was Itzhak
Aronowicz, captain of the ill-
fated refugee ship "Exodus
1947," which attempted to run
the immigration blockades to
Palestine.
At Saturday night's opening din-
ner session. Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
president of Brandeis University,
told the conference audience that
"American Jews have no right to
become tired" of fund-raising ap-
peals until Israel's people have re-
ceived full economic independence.
"What Israel's people accept
through our great philanthropic
campaigns is not for themselves,"
the noted Jewish historian and ed-
ucator said. "It is accepted in or-
der to keep the land open for the
only spot on earth where every
Jew is immediately welcome and
where there are no restrictive im-
migration acts to hold him off."
Dubinsky, UJA national cash
chairman, who is also chairman of
the UJA national campaign cabi-
net, called on the community lead-
The'tiome'-of Jewish Floridian
executive editor Leo Mindlin was
apparently the target of a hate
bomber early Tuesday morning.
The bomb was burled instead at
the home of Mr. Sam Mindlin, of
Miami. The bomb tore a hole
in the lawn and sidewalk of the
Mindlin property.
Sam Mindlin is no relation of
Leo Mindlin. The bomber appar-
ently sought revenge for a column
Mindlin wrote last week, during
which he charged Alan Courtney,
popular newscaster of radio station
WQAM with "intemperate" report-
ing of the Eichmann case.
Courtney has accused Israel of
crimes worse than Hitler's or
Stalin's in the capture and im-
pending trial of the notorious ex-
Nazi, declaring that Eichmann
must be assumed innocent until
proved guilty. Courtney's radio
program was last week the site
of n attempted rebuttal by a
listener.
THe" program 'is"conducted'on a
bi-phonic system in which both
sides of the conversation may be
; heard. In his rebuttal, a listener
cited The Jewish Floridian's edi-
torials. Courtney refused to coun-
tenance them because, he declared,
The Jewish Floridian had several
years ago crucified Roy Conn, erst-
while counsel to. the late. Sen.. Mc-
Carthy's investigating committee.
In his television broadcast edi-
torial Monday night over WTVJ.
Ralph Renick, vice president in
charge of news for the Miami CBS
affiliate, discussed Mindlin"s col-
umn. He said that the First Amend-
ment guaranteeing freedom of
speech was not a license to shout
"fire" in a crowded auditorium,
and accused Courtney of "arousing
!the worst instincts of men."
The Mindlin column had report-
ed seven crackpot telephone calls,
including two threats of bombing
'and crudely offensive anti-Semitic
language.
The Sam Mindlin home was ap-
apparently attacked in error.
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securing cash.
"Pledges alone cannot save or
rebuild lives," Dubinsky stated.
"They must be turned into cash
to do the vital job ahead of us."
The UJA cash leader expressed
praise and thanks to a 50-man Cash
Committee associated with him in
the current cash driva.
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Protesting too Much
Had die Tefacrcph
d? Nat reafry. Oc
ic the matter of the nevejjy of toe
Ai \tn Km denwTiri far Eachancmn s
return, the Tesegrcpk suggested that
1 n the Froorhz Gov-ernment go
ecsy. there would be so daernatrre
bat to suspect fat raotrres.
letaniiiniri the Teae-
a (he behef that brael
hod cried, it concrnded editorniny
that the knhnspptog of a Nazi wnr
~-~" ^ ~^t' :r* ^woensac, tinder fosse
none and false papers is the Snt
Jna^ssPti vex hardly worth the knsV
Hcraiy hod the Telegraph
apacea. when the news brake. The
New York Poet, ehuee major rohrnwiwr. Mas
Lerser spp regukrrry in The Jan ah Ftor-
Jdx=L sad the Yiddish kaagnage dairy. The
Farwcrd. is en Eaghsh lepart cc ss I ant pope.
Iuesdey.
Dr. Mario Arnodoo. Argentina s
representative at the ON. who was on
ocy to pxesea: his country's case against Israel
before the UN. and who has been a major fac-
tor is the Frondm GoverassBBfs eohibW assss-
JatoBjfoJ
-yNt JIW MAS the rengMn ef Justice, ss the Fetouvisu had t*
rtfcej ef Pact, or Benaa the reagtoa of Science. 1VU(4
af mrtiee seasoned aad strengthened the Jew. hi their be* vutferan.
The Messiah nothing set the symbol ef eternal jertin v/hieh. then
may forsake tto.world for erataries. eaaaat fail m remi sanee*,
ear day." "Has is what Leee Btaav haasee* rather remote froa rht
spiritual raises af Judaism said ia praise af what represented hhe
an erigm of wan* to wm prand.
A fervent dasciple af Jaeres, Bhaa eesfaaafy had as 'm-*"mt|
(ash to jastice aad apparently that iwaatfae aas the ver> reases w
bs admiiatiue far the Consul effort, wnh assay Jewish MteSechaa,
the passasa for jastice oAea eases with a aart af revolt aiaisst the,
with the adhereeee te Seriahsai. aad later to Ztoaisaa. af this as rf
the Freach Jewish aad ceaforaust areiiiiir.
Mare Jarhhaa who. ia the Seriates* Party aad as arestdeat f the
Preach Zaaast Federatiaa. was aah* te aetaeat aS the procesat*
Lean Bhaa's thaduag. has teld hew deraar the PirS VerU Wr. aha
he was secretary (chef Bafiaraaily sapeerted the Ztoecst cantos hefere the Minister w|
m the Preach Cinrtatil lehirei. AcreeeMy serprLe jrt*afe. Mare Jarbhas tofarand Chaua Wesnaaaa af the feeaap a-
pressed by Leoe Biera. TV treat wader ef Preach Seriahsn sai *a
to bcceeic the friend aad adanrer ef Wcarauaa.
Federation's Annual Meeting
rn awr both aewspopers of larjl
crctjcc with the Ncxs dariag World War IL
5ee sscrr Page 1-A
Sciairespeare would ewAiwhtorny encase
the of the London Daily Teaaaraph: The
yrr.y proved that there s iisiliiiM^ ronsn is
isje Stase af Argentirta.
& the 22nd annaal
Mnsu Jewish Fi
an erceOent re]
syrabocaas the joiBrng together of the
old" and the new. and that angers weO far Fed-
eration s goak ahead
The early seiectjon af a chairman af the
1961 Combined Jewish Appeal wifl grve tans
far r n i f ful preparation of a
pafan to raise mffk writ rands to
Sfi COaVsBwaHwawam'V S
m the past CIA
tocasd is the krto fan.
Principles of Responsibility
Jewish Flondics esecurrs edrsor Leo Mind-
En's -nhaiiii has appeared on the
af that page far a good many
that tone, he has achieved a
facofly and enwanuly. for rnsaght and fatofn-
of faseph M. I.ipton as
af toe 1X1 Cosabroed Jewah Appeal
t a iendasary ooe. Hat occepaance.
knowing m advance the nature af the difficult
feast absod of him. is a tribute to thai fang-time
We feel sore that his isemaiiH in n in Dode
county affairs, as wefl as in the ruauii world
will stead Mr. Upton to good stood to the
iPS srritsa
AS TMB YCABS went by. Bhua's sympathy became nore aad an !
^ active. Ia 198S. there appeared a aaaaaawt, ~7ae loterutaal
Daty Thwards the Jewish Nitwaal llsmi." to which Lena Bam ato
eated sateiaaieail rmasnal aanstasce far the sevtlssiitB of Jend
Pahestiae. Aa ardent Preach pa met. a BBanssste adsamr of Grat
MfewJ and a ara friead of fadaai. Bhaa aatceeded at *Tiriilj
fanhitie< these different ad facie i with the ffeeJy aneres vba
he fek far the Zkaast caese.
Is Aacnu. m. be was see ef the three Preach desefata ,
the eeadstan awetmg ef the Jewish Aeener. at which Weirnaa e 1
traded te father the aaa Ziaaut friends ef the Wsthaal Rase hat]
tody representative af werid Jewry. There. Lean Bhaa delrrertf i
speech worthy of his ceestaat cearate and sptamism. The nne em
if* aad the same swtianiai aromated him to refaae to leave Tnxt
wader the Gemna srrapattoi. despite the daaerrs that thratearctb
(ormer president of the Papular Front Geeetnment
Contrary te tenacious eatesanies. Lees Bhaa had deep Parisa
roots, share his father who eristoafly came tram the Lev Rant id-
tied ha Pans as early as ISeB. I knew the fear sans af this nbbn an
afactarer peneaaBy. Two of them were departed: Georee. refhef af
aad Beae. the director af the Meate-Carie Balieu. ehm m
*nistx eveat left ladrflereat Dartog the war. I aart another arMMt
af Leoa Bfaun who. detained darmg a few weeks ia a ton af tk
Pyrenees, was aot handed ever to the Gestapo by the Freach aetbri-
Ues. Aa for Leoa Bhua biaaseU. nerysm. kasws the history of at
nprneameat. of has proad defense at the attorn trials and of to
deportation to Germ any.
| DIO MOT meet him araia after the war. Be had been deeply and
by the liaa hot, ia Era Israel ef the Kiar Bhua village, iaaas-
rated by Motbe Sharetx in 1943 Mm tiioiii Hiitaa benat
CIA chajnnan is a pramnaent
af a host of local and "^jonn) CjTKT
argcnaxsions. Fas
T"wais ik'ni of Dode counry s
Awards- aarongh Shotom Lodge of
ram rnab bsspeoks km arasaatifii i iliuu wsk the
of this area an a host af "y*Tt
oamnal rstiliu^ fast Thntnday
COCL=1*^' w ^"- respect tt ie od
^7 ireang Kane, af Oeeeaand. O, nrae-
af the Council of Jewnm F<
Federataon conewnt oT
activity beraat
caanbonw.
. Je and
I said it to Jarhaa.
are se naS try
rated by Meshe Sharett in ISO His
ere aad mare amtnsrve. as is certified by _
Andre BhameL in his resaartahle booklet. -Leoa
at-" He then wrote te Chats* Tfinaiaaa -Por me
ay feetaac is that the bigger the ddficalbes. the
Mttle them once aad for all when peace a attained -
' vehemeat articles. Bhaa rises annmat the reatrktive ponrr a*
the Miaditn Power s sonabst fonimnial -Mew can oat afa
that the sarvivers of Labha and ef the Warsaw Ghetto that tat *
aanaed children of those who were gassed at Aaaehwrtz be reW
the adairtaace to the ceaatry abere they want m see* a aew bse
Uar- Taaaks to has mterveatian. thanks Is Edoaard Depreax sf |
Asdre Bfamei. the Preach laiuoaial resisting Leaden pressare. re
raned te compel the sarvivers ef the Germaa camps to daeaau*
fram the "rioda
tea. af the caeversatiaa be had is Kay. 1S48. m "*
a few ays before the areetamatiea ef aalepeodeoce Smt
_ af the State a ***
- ** *-------^ ** enbratats* ,
theatafea
Tenet etherwas
of Mmdhn s column lost
It is the potonal
aTaanS
saat be the by-word of the son-
ic
1 to qiHiiii our
to
if sound petoctnaas.
j^ SMOCT TIAIt before his death.
to participate m a Seder at Kfar
friends that, if his hearth had
shed te accept the amtatiaa. te be
"*nag given has name te their village
Tl* o article ef Lena Banna
Forward.'" was aa mdifaant pretest
"|J J"swm. He nrete: Israel
*ad at the cost f *s heat sens. Bs has
l^ ** which mav ,
** *f exigencies of reality and the
Fate named n that the foiau.
* or less retired from awhhr afe
"aaast seciaosm. sboald cent
Israel aad its
oaTsd*
torn weened aa **
aad be told several d"
a^tonemnverymasM*
tkthe 9***Z
4 to see Israel for bs*
Iw-twld fa fh. *S
B fa aSen ef mteniatss'
-waemd by force -J
- by a rslher go chws
Is sf jsatiee." ^. I
ef the PrerKbW^j
,the <^**TM|
B an sirnfa*"


BB^HB

j. Jun* 24. 1960
+Jeni$tncr/driaw
Page S-A
fER TO THE EDITOR -
'eader Deplores ACLU 'Softheads'
|TOR. Tha Jewish Floridian:
he Utter of Howard W. Dixon,
(itman of the Florida Division
rhe CiviJ Liberties Union dated
ie 17, is a remarkable display
BjVCte and rancor. Name call-
ts baraiy becoming to so up-
an organization. One wonders ,
ether tfce abusive epithets of!
r letter are simply the legalistic !
|Lic^ of a lawyer who finds he I
I a weak case.
^r is i1 a case of bad conscience? j
A.C.L.U. must feel a guilt'
iplex towards the Jewish peo-;
in rushing to the defense of;
*rican Nazis who rant the Hit- i
l-Goebbles Une. Psychologists in-
fm us lhat one develops a hate
nplex toward victim he has in-
fed. Mr. Dixon's letter displays
greater animosity against The
l-ish 5toridian than toward the
tire Rockwell clan.
have been a member of the
2.L.U. for a number of years.
\th time I write my check for
rs I hetitate, put if off and final-
try tc convince myself that in
Ite oi the antics of this well-
lining group, with its Jewish
ftheads, it also does good work,
a last' rtsort, I argue that this
(anization should be supported
the- enemies it makes.
! Yat H was disconcerting to
jratch th A.C.L.U. assisting th*
Iv Kluxers in the past. Its sup-
art of John Kasper in his at-
pt to flout the injunction on
jregiior by a Federal judge
irrying out the mandate of the
|.S. Supreme Court was simply
(surd. And. now, rushing to the
defense of Rockwell's Nezis, up-
holding their rights to harangue
that Jews must be completely
exterminated, becomes too ridic-
ulous for words.
Mr. Dixon creates an isme that
Bad no longer be ignored. I stand
>quarely behind Milton Friedman
and The Jewish Floridian in this
Jiatter. Incidentally, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency and other
press dispatches have reported
fully on Rockwell's venomous at-
tacks, which Mr. Dixon dismisses
as inconsequential. A member of
the white Protestant majority, his
ox is not being gored. He intimates
that the lack of resignations from
the A.C.L.U., nationally and lo-
cally, implies approval or even rat-
ification of its action on the Rock-
well dangerous idiocies.
This is more than I can take.
Now I must forego my support of
the A.C.L.U.. despite the good it
has done. After a long membership,
I am resigning in protest of its
aiding and abetting the American
Nazis advocating the annihilation
of Jewry.
HARRY SIMONHOFF
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Due to the fact that an unauthor-
ized person placed an endorsement
in the recent primary elections in
the! name of Biscayne Democratic
Club, this organization again goes
on record reaffirming its policy of
not endorsing any candidate, ex-
cept when a Democrat is running
against a Republican.
This has always been the policy
of Biscayne Democratic Club, and
the organization went on record
unanimously to continue no en-
dorsements in primaries.
SOL COHEN, President
Biscayne Democratic Club
George C. Petersen, Republican gubernatorial candidate,
lunches with prominent Republicans of Dade county to dis-
cuss a campaign program to elect the first Republican Gov-
ernor of the State of Florida in November. Shown are James
W. Dickey; George Brumlik, Leland Hyzer, Petersen, Thomas
L. Wolfe. Matthew Slepin, and Leon Ell.
JNF Council In Bon Voyage
lyrde Stated Sunday
pown and Country Clubbers will
a br.yflde on Sunday, 7 p.m.,
the Golden Glades Ranch. 7699
170th st. The organization is
sn to unmarried Jewish men
d women 29 to 45 years of age.
Frondizir Gurion
Soviets in Two
Continued from Page 1 A
scribed on the Council's agenda,
thus making possible full debate
on the issue. On the other hand,
Russia might side at the Council
with Israel on its method of cap-
turing Eichmann, pointing out
that the arch-criminal was able
to hide in the Western world for
15 yeers.)
The consensus of many experi-
enced observers here was that, if
the Argentine issue does receive
public airing before the Security
Council, that body might adopt a
resolution only "recommending"
that Israel return Eichmann to
Argentina, as the Buenos Aires
government insists. Such a rec-
ommendation, however, would not
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be legally binding upon Israel.
Contacts between Argentina and
Israel were continuing effectively
on a diplomatic level for a meeting
between Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion and President Arturo Fron-
dizi, it was reported by Israel
sources in Paris. The contacts were
taking place in New York and in
Buenos Aires, it was reported au-
thoritatively.
It was indicated that, before
such a meeting could be arranged
while the two leaders are in Eu-
rope, some common ground
would have to be found. The Ar-
gentine President, according to
these sources, was aware that
Israel will not yield Eichmann,
as Argentina demanded, and a
meeting now depends on Argen-
tina's acceptance of this position.
'According to these sources, there
was belief that the meeting could
be arranged on those terms, and
that the two leaders probably will
meet next week in either Holland
or Belgium. (A Foreign Ministry
spokesman in Israel said in Jeru-
salem today that a meeting in Eu-
rope between Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion and President Frondizi,
over the deadlock between the two
countries on the Eichmann case,
is "a technical possibility and even
more than that.")
Executive board of the Jewish
National Fund Council of, Greater
Miami honored Rabbi and Mrs.
Mayer Abramowitz at a bon voy-
age luncheon last week at the Di-
[XSlo hotel. Rabbi Abramowitz,
spiritual leader of North Shore
Jewish Center and president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn..
is president of the Council.
Leon J. Ell extended greetings,
as well as Dr. Zev Kogan, director
of the Southeast JNF region.
Also speaking was Rabbi D.
Arzt, of Norfolk, Va., a former
classmate of Rabbi Abramowitz.
Jacob Fishman, vice president of
JNF. led the group in community
\ singing. Program also included
Sam Kagan and Gershon Miller.,
Daniel M. Broad, former presi-
dent of the Council, was singled
out "for devotion and tireless ef-
I fort on behalf of the Jewish Nation-
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pUt fhrkiiar
Friday. June 24. 19|)
Photo-Lites at Federations Annual Dinne
r

Paul Marks (left), a newly-elected member of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion board of governors, is seen with Joseph M. Lipten, newly-appointed
1961 CJA campaign chairman at Federation's 22nd annual meeting held last
Thursday at the Americana hotel.
John Temple (left), a Federation governor, is greeted by Loon Kaplan, chair- f
man of the budget committee.
\
Jay Kislak (left), dinner chairman and toasfmaster, chats with William Harris, who
was honored at the meeting for "outstanding service to Federation" in connection
with his assistance at Federation headquarters.
Mrs. Sara Cossik, president of the Residents Council at the Jewish
Home for the Aged, presents a check for $400 to 1960 CJA chair-
man Sam Blank. The contribution represents gifts made by senior
citizens at the Home.

Sam Seltzer (left) was the guest of Federation board of governors
member Leon J. Ell.
Among prominent business and professional leaders of the community attending
^annual meetmg were (left to right) Paul Rimmoir, Julian WomkU, Horbart
Matnes, and Carl Wamkle.


June 24. 1960
Jenisti fkrldlian
Page 7-A
>0 CM at $1,650,000;
leiman Reeiccted President
J. Heiman was rcelectrd to
lond term as president of the
|er Miami Jewish Federat.on
. 22nd annual dinner meeting
federation last Thursday in the
ricana hotel. At the same time,
[Blank, general chairman with
pd Thurman of the 1960 Corn-
Jewish Appeal campaign,
linced that CJA had raised a
jof $1,660,000 in twe '60 drive,
revealing the CJA figure,
declared that "Miami pa
tl far exceeds the actual to
and that this area "has the
ilation. the means, the Jewish
prstanding and the sense of re-
sibility which are the basic re-
ements of any campaign."
flatly underscoring hit belief
t W* hay* the capacity to
nee our fatal needs," Blank
er1heless admitted thet funds
during the I960 campaign
the ongoing programs of lo-
genciet and Miami's share
nation*I end overseas pro
ms represented slightly more
|n half of whet had been esti-
|ted by communal leaders as
itimum needs this year.
ailing for renewed dedication
every campaign leader and voi-
der toward their own responsi-
Blank declared that any
Age or progress in the direction
Raising far greaser amount> of
Hey must begin with the leaders
iselves.
accepting his second term as
|ident of Federation, Heiman
ested that "people must under-
that a growing community
variety of needs of a complex
p, and these needs can best
let through one organization
has the responsibility of
|ing, coordinating, and finane
ned Heiman: "In the coming
Greater Miami Jewry may
peed with a backlog of un
social situations." But, he
Heel. "Federation bas been
years the Jewish commu-
k instrument of thought and
imi bas shown "remarkable"
in size and population dur-
he near.quarter of a century
federation's life-span, Heiman
fated, adding that this has
enormous strain on Federa
capacity to meet local needs.
hey have not been adequately
l,s" he said, "but knowledge and
Brstanding of these needs are
filial.
If* ar* singularly blessed lo
ve in our Federation a group
(communal leaders with the ax-
rience, leadership, and skill
jired to cope with Miami's
growth problems. It is my own
feel-rig that you sincerely want
our welfare services to be as
good cr batter than those of any
community of our size in the
United States. With your help and
support, we can transform this
desire into reality."
Elected at the annual meeting
m addition to Heiman, were tTUs
tees, officers and 259 members of
the board of governors, represen!
ing some of Dade county's most
capable and prominent community
workers, with wide experience in
welfare, finance, organization and
administration.
re and new members of ttu
'......*! boar.l <,r fovi i.....- In
iionururj president, Aaron M. Ban-
ner; v i. .- ,,r. .|il, in-. I Mo i i- Cl......
n.iti. A. J. Hani!.. Mrs. Btanle) C,
dyers, Haro.d Thurman, and Julian
VVeiiikle; treanrnvr, Jaj KlHlak: u ?.
'la eaNurer, Curl Bunaklntt <
r> Judge ll Villa; ""via n. .i -- UK
i etarj, Emmanuel smiih.
PSat preeMenta are 8am Blank, Ren-
J.imiii Bronaton, Howard Kane, \la
Irovltx, Stanley C. M>era, Dan rt.i-.-
>. .-un,.-,.
.ml Carl Weiokle.
riusteea a chairman, Hamuol N.
ind, William tgranove, rihep-
nl liroad, Leo CfcaJkln, Leo i i-. n-
! idge Ml1'.,!, \. Kr<. mini. Mra,
l..Miis Qiasaer, Ram A Crbldeteln, M, J,
itupeiowJta, staoej LeTooert, Barn C.
I.iwn.sun. U. n .\lo.i-,, Jift'ph K"..-'\
Unold fcfeeder, and Mrs. Samuel Bl-
monhoff.
rionorar) truateea include l'a\lri
llllllliiH, llari> Sir i. in, ami Mm. "'art
W. inkle.
New etov" no are Barney Bern-
stein, Mm- rim 1. Jamoa Cohen, Arthur
BeWard K.-ii'ai.-lii. Jack Kink
i lira KlaeCOld, Aliram Knx, Mra. S.ii-
I mi ijoliiacein, Jaoa D Uoedon, I'au!
lurdun, Mrs. Chi rt< Gottlieb, aim
.ji ion s. .iei tl Jerome 'J tl
Nathan "luni. n.k. Fn-.l K. Shochet.
M Paul ii-< raid, K. P' -i lai'.s.
lack Katiman, Heymour Keith, Bins
KoHHOff, t'al Kovei.a, Airs, '.m .. i i.. i-
nan, 1US Snl..in..?i MaranlK Paul II
Marks, ll.uk Meyer, irvln*. Mill. r.
Hinov, v .i Motaaky. Kmll
Mo ton, i! heii Newman.
M Oaalp, Jack Poptok, 'ii i
port, I...- Ratner, Maurice Revlta,
. a..I It. Ill 111! ii. Lex n.ii il i: si n. II.-.--
i-ii. I Raeentlta', m h Donald Robin
iLniu Ituiin.k, Lee Huwltcn, Dr. M.
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Some 200 members and guests
attended the reception and dinner,
according to Jack Voting, in charge
of arrangements.
New officers in^alled include
Myron S.Zeientz, president; Lester
Goldstein, vice president; Frank
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Sam J. Heiman (right), reelected to a secona term a^ president
of. the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, receives congratula-
tions from Sam Blank (left), CJA general chairman. They are
shown with Irving Kane, national president of the Council of
Jewish Fedsrations and Welfare Funds, who was principal
speaker at the Miami Federation's annual dinner meeting.
Kane Calls for Strong
Jewish Federation Role
Irving Kane, of Cleveland. O..
president of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
told a capacity audience at the
22nd annual meeting of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation last
Thursday that "Miami, with 80.000
Jews, is today one of the largos*
Jewish eommuni'ies in the world.
"In matching that quantitative
change with the quality of your
achievement, you should in the
next decade take your rightfu'
place as one of the great Jewish
communities of the world."
Kan*, whose own city is among
the top Jewish communities in
the U.S. in fund-raising, spoke as
the leader of CJFWF, overall
organisation of Jewish Federa-
tions throughout the U.S. and
Cinmtia.
Keying his address to what lies
ahead during the next ten years.
Kane said that "you cannot squeeze
80.000 into a 1938 Federation any
more than you can squeeze a fam-
ilv of ten in'o a room built for one.
And these 80.000 people and their
, needs are vastly different in 1960
than they would have been in
,1938."
The object of Jewish community
i fund-raising is no longer charity,
!Kane declared. Men, women and
[Children "even as you an I," he
said, "today seek the assistance of
Federation agencies for their per
sonal needs, such as family ad
marriage counseling, aged lMHia.il.
and community centers.
"These programs exist without
regard to economic fstfltwi" he
aid, "and cut across the entire so-
cial sfructure of the Jewish co|ii-
munity."
To meet the increased and
cbanaing need, Kane suggested
the "strengthening of your Fed-
eration and the agencies which
comprise Federation, so that
they will be equal in structure
and substance and function to
momentous times in which we
live.
Suggesting that Federation is the
hub of Jewish community affairs,
; he said that these organi/.iUio/is
have made it possible "to budget
and distribute funds in relation to
legitimate needs and not in rela-
tion to pressure brought to bear by
individual supporters of particular
agencies.
"We have," he indicated, "the
ability to concentrate on people
and their needs, cutting acrt agency lines."
Turning to the question of lead-
ership, Kane observed that "geo-
graphic boundaries alone do not
| make a community. A comnmnUy
j is a feeling, a sense of belonging,
jof identification, of common &
tinyof sharing responsibilities, aad
benefits."
Warned Kane: "This serve of
community has not yet been
achieved for tens of thousands.
We must find these people end
claim them. For in their indif-
ference, their immunity from
Jewish responsibility, lies e great
weakness that drags at our feet."
The CJFWF president concluded:
"We face enormous responsibilities
I but with enormous resources and
with the greatest opportunities-.we
have even known here in freedom.
I We have an opportunity in Mianii,
las in every other community, for
i true greatness in a time that calls
'for greatness."
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Friday, June 24. 1$
Students receive diplomas on graduation at Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Steven Newmark,
Temple Judea. Front (left to right) are Adena Paul Klein. Joel Wolpe. Wayne Silver Don
Skop. Michael Schulner, Bette Rosenberg. Rab- Robins, George Gelb. and Benjamin Udoff,
bi Morris SkoD. Irene Stein. Lester Longer, education director. Graduation ceremonies
Cheryl Kronowitz. Standing (left to right) are were during recent Friday evening services.
Loudspeaker Ban Lifted
On Rockwell Capital Rallies
Continued frero Page 1-A Doable widespread prote*
th<' Marine (oq a mariea
again active at Rcxku,
weekend as a 'L
Rockwell also bragged ih vL
u.M recruited a U.S. Capitol do
officer to his "stormtroop f3rC(*
Arlington County Judge Paul D
But Rockwell who taunted baited Brown convicted two'n1(.n ;^
and defamed Jews, was not arrest K .: .. D.,,.... """I
the weekend in Nazi disturbances
here. Included were two Jews who
voiced disagreement with Nazism
at the rally. Arthur Meyerhoif. a
Hyattsville. Md.. engineer, was ar-
rested for shouting at Rockwell.

and defamed Jews, was no, arresi- b>. Hce M Rockwe "
ed. police said, because they had 0nc was found gui|ty ^,-JJll
orders to preserve
speech."
B-G, De Gaulle Hold Second Round
By WALTER EYTAN
JTA Staff Correspondent
PARIS(JTA) Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion ended his offi-
cial visit to France with a 75-minute private talk with President De
Gaulle, the second of his visit. The second meeting had been arranged
at the request ol the French President.
The second meeting was unpre-
cedented in that it was the first
time that President De Gaulle ask-
ed a visiting dignitary to call on
him for a second talk in a single
visit. The length of time the two
leaders have spent together a j
total of two hours and 45 minutes j
also was unprecedented. It had |
not occurred previously in any
meetings between the French Pres-
ident and visiting foreign states-
men.
In the rigorous protocol of the
Fifth Republic, every gesture of
the President has a specific
moaning, and observers noted
with Interest that President De
Gaulle conducted the Prime Min-
ister up the stairs leading from
the entrance to the Elysee Pal-
ace, a gesture which the French
President has in the past reserv-
ed for heads of state.
President De Gaulle smilingly
held Mr. Ben Gurions arm as he
walked nearly to the door of the
Prime Minister's car. Here the two
leaders stopped to chat a few more
minutes before they shook hands
and the Prime Minister drove off.
An Elysee Palace spokesman
aid the meeting was "most friend-
ly" and indicated that the subject
| was probably the Middle East, an
iarea in which President De Gaulle
has dealt very little. The talks
| with Mr. Ben-Gurion were his first
lopporunity to get a complete brief-
ling on the Middle East, and it was
evident that he had seized the op-
[portunity to hear the Prime Min-
ister's views.
Leaders of French Jewish or-
ganizations gave the Prime Min-
ister a reception at which more
than 350 guests applauded him
when he told them to be ready to
contribute to the ingathering of a
million emigrants from the Soviet
Union during the coming decade
He appealed to French Jewry to
I do their utmost to make this pos-
sible.
Speaking at luncheon in his hon-
jor, Mr. Ben-Gurion pledged that
the Jewish people, "which has a
good memory, would never forget
| the moral, political and military
help provided by France to Israel
in its difficult times." The lunch-
eon was tendered by the "Amilie
I France-Israel."
M. Michelet, Minister of Justice
1 who was one of 14 Cabinet mem-
bers attending the luncheon, ex-
tended greetings to the Prime Min-
ister and the people of Israel. He
declared that the Prime Minister
incarnates as head of State of
Israel the phenomenon that not
money, or armies or power makes
a nation great but its spiritual val-
ues."
Earlier in the day Mr. Ben-
Gurion paid tribute to Paris as
"the second capital" of every
civilized human being for its cul-
tural values. He made that com-
ment during a visit to Pierre
Duvairgne, the Mayor of Paris,
at the city hall where the Prime
Minister received a plaque
marking the 2,000th anniversary
of the French capital.
One of the most moving aspects
of the Prime Minister's tour of
Paris was his visit to the Memor-
ial to the Jewish Martyrs. Thous-
ands of residents of the surround-
ing Jewish quarter waved and
cheered as the Prime Minister sol-
emnly entered the memorial and
descended into its crypt to stand
before an enormous Star of David
cut out of black marble.
He wrote his name in the Book
of Honor and commented to aides
that "this memorial will live for-
ever but an even more adequate
memorial to the Jewish holocaust
exists in Jerusalem and in the State
of Israel itself."
*" and sentenced to 60 da"> jjjj
of which were suspended. Anotaf
Larry Selinker. 22 year-old Prov-;was convicted of breach of fe
clrnce.' R.I.. man who recently re- Pcace, because ** used i^ngtuge
ceived a Masters degree from the calculated to provoke a (,.,..- fc
American University here, was ar-iwas "?- of which 575 *
rested after being abused by one suspended. Judge Brow n coua*
of Rockwells stormlrooper The to a later date the asaul; etur,,
Nazi, also arrested, forfeited $10 iainsl the anti-Nazi involved a
collateral. Selinker asked for a '
trial and will appear in Municipal
Court on July 10.
In another Nazi fray, police in
nearby Arlington, Va., at the Nazi
headquarters building, arrested
two Nazi* and a non-Jewist anti-
Nazi. The anti-Nazi and on* Nazi
were charged with assault. A
second Nazi involved in the brawl
wa held for using profanity.
B'nai B'rith Social Singki
B'nai B'rith Social Singes piaai
a day of fun at the Cast a..ays m.
tel on Sunday beginning n i p^ I
The program will include s*
ming, dinner and dancing. n
charge ot informal on i; Chart, |
Jaffe, 1006 Jefferson ave.
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Friday, Juno 24. 1960
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Officers o Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith at re-
cent installation ceremonies are seated (left to
right) Sanford Swerdlin. vice president; Eli
Hurwitz, president-elect; Edward Klein, pres-
ident; and David Rayvis. vice president. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Leo Axlrod, trustee;. Mar-
tin Budnick. financial secretary; Morton Pal-
mer, corresponding secretary; and Marvin
H
Pearlman, treasurer. Installation was June 5
at the Deauville hotel, with Judge Milton Fried-
man serving as installing officer. Sidney
Palmer, outgoing president, was awarded a
bronze citation. Morton Palmer. Mike Gold.
Robert Lewison and Martin Budnick served as
co-chairmen of the dinner affair.
Amadeo Presses UN for Investigation
,vJT.TD ,NATIONf-tJTA^Length, behind-the-scenes efforts to, -|TlHll ll ...in that h. was
tnT.LuZ I CUnCl1 SCSS'0n n Aren,inas mpl-int against Israel not pj5f& XvSLR CZ
P Jt Eichmann case appeared this week to have broken down I P*aking on Hi* substance of
I The steam appeared to have gone out of the effort, sparked by some
lLalin-American delegates to the UN, when the entire Latin-American
T>loc agreed, after an hour-long i--------
the grievance but merely discus-
sing the general rules applicable.
lated Argentine sovereignty m ?u,e because of its "dire not to ;'*h'!f "^"stated as the cempe-
eizing Eichmann by "illicit and j*00"*" the close friendship- be l,entb?d>'.JPr trv,n8 Eichmann, he
fclandfstine- means Argenina has tWeCT ,he two c0"""-ies. The mem- |P"jd: "The curt "as never been
demanded" EiThmann's Surn ^ ?"i < qUeSlin t0
)S^theS"tycSSl ses 'ngS about tnc enormity of Eich- implicated for me to answer be-
^n when Israel did St accede !Tann'S but *i that causp ^ Jd>"a< knowledge is not
The session was set for Wedem^ ,^:~nfi1dera,.,on ,of a"y kjnd in-
cluding those invoked by the gov-
ernment of Israel, could supercede
the sovereign right of Argentina."
y.)
Th* request for the Security
(Council session was made by Dr.
Mario Amac'eo, Argentina's UN
representative. The request con-
tended that the presumed viola-
tion sets up a precedent of a
country "taking justice in one's
own hands" and that this consti-
tuted "a grave danger to the
preservation of peace."
The memorandum referred to a
Itwo-hour conference held previous-
ly between Dr. Amadeo and Mrs.
[Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Min-
Meanwhile, Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold said at a
press conference this week that
"a question of principle" is in-
volved in the grievance which
Argentina brought against Israel
before the Security Council. He
made it clear, however, that he
was not judging either the "mer-
its or demerits" of Argentina's
ease, but speaking merely from
the viewpoint of the Security
Council's competence in the is-
lister, in which the Argentine dip- *"
fcndTo^ STJLfSi
end Mrs. Meir adhered to the Is- ,A3'L ft?d h"nd,e S*
rael governments position of de- tSZ i ?P"" ,S,nC,e """
Ti_i ,~ j grievance involves "a legal ques-
clming to do so Ition, while the Security Council is
The memorandum stressed that a political body," he replied:
before approaching the Security
Council, Argentina had tried to
Mrs, Borkin is Sponsor
Mrs. Rose Borkin will sponsor
a swim party and luncheon for Ti-
fereth Israel Sisterhood at Morn-
ingside Park on Tuesday, starting
at 11 a.m.
"As this question is, or will be
probably, pending in the Security
Council, I cannot comment on the
substance of the case but in a hypo-
thetical sense, there is a question
of principle involved. If a mem-
ber state should feel that a certain
rule is essential to safeguard it
from danger, the Security Council, El^,ma.nn escape Jus,,ce-
CANTOR, YOUNG MAN, vary
pleasant lyric tenor, well versed in
Cantorlal liturgy, can train choir,
experienced in teaching Bar Mitz-
vah and Hebrew, seeks yearly
position, or for High Holidays,
with Conservative Congregation.
Cantor E.. Box 2973, Miami 1. Fla.
m
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Accountant. Experienced in
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competent enough for that."
In Bonn this week, a spokesman
for the West German Ministry of
Justice confirmed this week re-
ports that Argentina had failed to
! reply to a request last January
for the extradition of Dr. Joseph
Mengele, a Nazi concentration
camp physician.
Mengele, who has been on the
list of "wanted" war criminals for
the past 15 years, was in charge of
sorting out victims at the Ausch-
witz murder camp, dividing them
j into those to be gassed and those
to be sent to slave labor units.
And Foreign Ministry officials
in Jerusalem received the news
this week on the Argentine re-
quest for a Security Council
meeting without alarm. Observ-
ers here reiterated their belief
that the Security Council debate
might be helpful in restoring the
Eichmann matter to its "proper
dimensions."
The nature of Eichmann's cap-
ture in Buenos Aires is viewed as
a minor technical issue compared
with the enormity of the crimes
involved and the "patent absurd-
ity" of any move which might help
can, within the limits of its author-
ity, rule whether there is creation
of tension or, more than tension,
perhaps a risk involved. I say
this without in any way judging
the merits or demerits of the case.
"The Security Council can be
usednot as a court but is lim-
ited in authority to decide if the
rules are applicable or not, whe-
ther to accept or reject such n
application," he said. He then
Israel sources also argue that
the UN was established to prevent
re-occurrence of Nazi type crimes
and that it was "unthinkable" that
the UN should now become a kind
of de facto protector of Nazi war
criminals. Israel officials have
meanwhile contacted here and in
other capitals representatives of
countries which are members of
the Security Council. These repre-
sentatives have been briefed on Is-
rael's position.
Israel Tour Leader Named
EXCELLENT BAAL TEFILAH
& BA'AL TEKIAH
Available for me HIGH HOLIDAYS
Miami Resident Write
.A.. ten ?73, Miami I. Ha.
David Goodwin, tourism chair-
man for the Southeast region of the
Zionist Organization of America,
has announced the appointment of
Gil Rappaport as leader of t h e
"Summer in Israel" tour being
sponsored by the region.
The group wil spend 16 days in
Europe and three weeks in Israel.
Rappaport is the executive direc-
tor of ZOA's Southeast region, a
post he has held for the past seven
years. He served as director of the
Florida office of the Zionist Youth
Commission.
Included in the itinerary of the
tour will be a special luncheon at
the Kfar Silver Agricultural Train-
ing School, maintained by the Zion-
ist Organization of America in Ash-
kelon, receptions at ZOA house in
Tel Aviv, and special meetings with
many of leading government offi-
cials.
Also'participating in the tour
will be Harry Jaffe, of Birming-
ham, immediate past president of
the Southeast region of the Zionist
Organization of America.


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Friday. June 24, 19$q
Miami Student
Is Brandeis Grad
Harvey Robert Glaaser, of Mi
ami. received a Bache'or of Arts
degree a! Ihe ninth commences!
-i at Brandeis University.
Tw*mmfltf?i',tW MFren >* i*
red by British scholar and
statesaaaa the Rt. Hon. Philip J
Noel-Baker, rtiipiI of the 195P
Kobel Peace Pnre.
M of Mr. and Mis
Abraham Glas-. oJ IT41 SU
t. rj major at Brar.
he eras .i Dean's List student, rfcea
president of S.P.E A.C and chaii
man of the general education
mtttee of the .-enior cla.-s
He plans to do graduate work in
anthropology in the fall at the In
iver-ity of Pennsylvania on a
Wilson National Fellow
ship Glasser is a graduate of M:
ami Senior Hiah School, where he
v.. a member of Student Council
acd president of the Beta Club
Tests Sfeow Improvement
CHARLES S. LAVIN
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addition of the famous Palm
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place for retirement; the average
rate being $86.50 per month per
person, double occupancy which
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Single rooms are also available.
Special dietary kitchen and din-
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day extra charge.
Reservations are now being ac-
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month per person, which in-
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with running water, and three
well-prepared meals a day. Also
tl it M- guests may enjoy the same
social activities as those in the
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Regardless of your age, you can
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dues being one dollar ($1.00)
per year. This entitles you to a
monthly bulletin and should a
member come to one of our
hotels as a permanent guest, he
or she will receive a discount of
$100.00 the end of the first year.
Sidney Palmer (left), outgoing president of Sholem Lodge, re-
ceives a plaque ior his "untirinq devotion in the work of
B'nai B'rith" at the lodge's recent annual installation cere-
mony. Making the presentation is Robert Lewison, past pres-
ident of the organization.
Argentine MP Charges
Amadeo Was Nazi Bigwig
The results of the annual testing
program of the Bureau of Jewish
Education -hows a general im-
provement in the ach.evcment le-
vel of the Jewish scoots of Greater
Miami. -__
At the close of each school year. li.,hed
the Bureau admini-ters a b
areas to over 3.000 students
in some 18 < hools of Grea-
ter Miami The results of the three
l.sls In Custom and Ceremonies.
History, ani Hebrew -how an in-
crease in the community median.
in these areas, lrom two to n;nc
points.
The objectives of the annual
testing program rt> to gather
sufficient cases to eotablisn city-
wide norms of achievement in
the Jewish schools so as to es-
tablish instruments of objective
educational measurement for
those schools. The community
norms aro thon mad* availbla H
all schools so as to cnw com.
parrson with previous y*r, ,
show improvement or lack i
progress.
XQllinwillitp-naf mm m.l
by the Bureau test the
efteetivness of the sc
riculum. of (-!>-room
cur-
efficient,
and help to gain insigh ;n!o the
necessary approaches t, u
the general educational
in the community.
"nprove
-^andards
The 1960 test.ng pro- m o( ^
Bureau was under the d eetiaa of
Louis Scbwartzman. e u:ive di-
rector of the Bureau, a Herbert
Berger, assistant dire<
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I BUENOS AIRESA mem-
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representing the opposition Radical
Peoples Party. Sunday publicly ac-
cused a high Foreign Ministry offi
cial and this country's permanent
representative to the United Na-
tions of having been "enthusiastic
followers of Hitler."
The charges were voiced on a
nationwide network radio broad-
cast by Ariuio Mathov. He debated
Argentina's anti-Israel grievance
at the United Nations with Dr. Is
mael Bruno Quijano. Undersecre-
tary of the Ministry of Justice. Mr.
Mathov specifically named Pablo
Pardo. legal adviser to the Foreign
Ministry, and Dr. Mario Amadeo. !
Argentina's delegation chairman at !
the United Nations, who is pressing |
the case against Israel's refusal te
return Nazi butcher Adolf Eich-
mann to this country.
Dr. Quijano reiterated the gov-
ommont's official stand en the
issue, as presented to the UN
Security Council last week by
Dr. Amadeo, maintaining that
Israel had violated Argentina's
sovereignty by abducting Eictv
mann and by refusing te return
him here. Mr. Mathov, conced-
ing that the question of Argen-
tina's sovereignty was indeed at
stake in the issue, said: "It is
too, bad, however, that the offi-
cials who are handling this af-
fair art Nazi Fascists Pablo Par-
do and Dr. Amadeo."
"Dr. Amadeo." continued the
member of Parliament, "cannot be
our spokesman at the United Na-
tions, having been himself an en-
thuaiaatk follower of Hitler. There
is no justification for our going to
extremes to defend a Nazi mur
derer Juridicial dialectics are
elastic. If Eichmann were to be
returned here by Israel, those elas-
tic interpretations of legalisms
| might become so complicated that
I Eichmann could be allowed by
| some officials to escape justice.
"Argentina is a refuge for hun-
dreds, perhaps thousands, of Nazi
criminals who escaped when the
Nazi regime collapsed. 1 feel that
the entire Eichmann matter should
be referred to the International
Court of Justice at The Hague, and
not to the Security Council The
Council is a political body, not a
juridicial organ."
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Youth Commission
flames Officers
Rabbi David Herson. of Beth
Emeth Congregation, has been
elected chairman of the Greater
Miami Council for Zionist Youth.
Other officers named for 1960-61
are Mrs Gerald Soltz. vice chair-
man; Paul Kuitney. financial sec-
retary; Isadore Dickman. ZOA co-
ordinator.
Mr Manuel Burstein. Hadassah
coordnator: Mrs. Jacob Bern
stein, recording secretary: Mrs.
Arthur WUlests. corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Clara Burstein. treas-
urer: and Mrs Ana Miller, dues
secretary-
Fourteen children have left for
Camp Young Judea in Henderson
ville. X.C. for a two week camp
Scholarships are under
the auspices of the Zionist Youth
Commission.
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about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery ....
Mount Nebo. Over $125,000.00 is now in its Perpetual Care Trust fund,
for which The First National Bank of Miami acts
as trustee. This fund is steadily increasing and is the largest of its
kind owned by any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami.
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be maintained at the highest level of beauty and perfection.

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Frkiq7' June 24. igjpl
Lipton to Head '61 CJA
""een-age founders of Temple Ner Tamid Min- Fabric. Drake Regent, David FJwitt. chairman,
yonaires are honored at a special program. Seated (left to right) are Annabelle Press,
:.^ft to right (top row) ore Fred Deutsch. co- Reba Kaplan. Elaine Press, Roberta Epstein.
hairman. Jeffrey Valin. Robert Holtzman. Melody Beder.
Richard Nechtman, Brian Eichenwald. Bruce
Unveil Unique
Music Project
A unique musical project,
''Youth Composes for Youth." was
unveiled here last week al the an
nual installation and awards din-
inr of the Friend^ of the All-Miami
^ >uth Symphony at the Biscayne
T rrace hotel.
Judge Kenneth Oka. Miami
Beach city councilman, long no-
ted in music circles here, and his
father. Samuel Oka. announced
their sponsorship of the project.
"Youth Composes for Youth"
will cover junior and senior high
school* throughout Dad* county.
Eligible students may enter
their original compositions for
first, second and third priies of
MOO, 150, end $25.
The All Miami Youth Symphony,
under the baton of Robert Strass-
fonrg. conductor and director, will
perform the three top works ctao-
H from among county-wide en-
u.es at the symphony's National
Music Week Concert in May. 1961
The prize-winning order will be
determined at that time.
Compositions should be not more
than ten minutes in duration or
lea than four minutes. Legibly-
written manuscripts, together with
parts orchestrated by the compo-
ser, must be submitted by Jan. 1.
1961. Entry blank- and informa-
tion are available from Strassburg.
526 Perugia. Coral Gables.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Every Friday Night
8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of Greater Miami
137 N.E. 19th St.
A feform Synagogue
M JOSfM I MAIOT.
Camp Season
Opens Here
Mr- Jack August, camp admin-
istrator, has announced that the
1960 Camp Avir season opened on
Monday for an eight-week period.
Programs have been officially
set up for activities in arts and
crafts, swimming, games, and
other allied sport'-, and cookouts.
A "class" consists of 15 children
with a senior counselor assisted by
a junior counselor and young coun-
selor in-training.
Honor Student
Graduates Here
Earl David Sedlik. winner of thei
Silver Knight award in sportsman-
ship, graduates from Miami High
School with many honors.
While maintaining a high scho-|
lastic average in a rigid science i
and math schedule. Earl has man-
aged to engage in a number of j
extra-curricular activities.
In addition to playing varsity
football, he was president of the {
Senior Class, a Science Fair win-
feet in physics, and recipient of i
the Junior Chamber of Commerce'
Cup for being the "Outstanding
Scholar Athlete" at Miami High.
Earl is also a member of Na- j
tional Honor Society, Key Club, I
Tri-Alpha (scholarship), Mu Al- [
pha Theta (math), end a Thes-
pian.
In his junior year. Earl was first i
string right guard on the State j
Champion Miami High football
team. He also served as class
treasurer and won several essay
contests.
Earl has been active with youth
groups through the YMHA and the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
Earl has been accepted for a
scholarship at Rensselaer Poly-
technic Institute in Troy. N. Y.,
, where he plans to prepare for a
1 career as a research scientist.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Sedlik. 221 SW 48th ave..
S Miami. Mr. Sedlik is associated
. with Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Continued from P9 M
chairman of the American Red
Cross fund drive io Dade county:
Upton has. been active in the
CJA Pace-Setters and Special Gifts
Division for a number of years, and
has played a teadfng role irr the
Insurance Division.
He is a life member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, a founder and assist-
ant treasurer of the board of
trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
and vice president and director
of Temple Bmanu-EI.
The new CJA chairman ha*
demonstrated a deep interest in
communal affairs for more than 20
years. He is a member of the Uni-
versity of Miami citizens commit-
tee, and is patron of the "Outstand-
ing Citizens Awards" sponsored
here annually by Sholem IxxJge of
B'nai B'rith.
He is past president and director
of the Miami I-ife Underwriters
Assn.. and served the Greater Mi-
ami Insurance Board as first vice
president and director.
In addition to being one of the
founders and president of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Assn..
he is president of the J. M. Lipton
Insurance Agency..
Lipton helped organize the Amer
ican Bank and Trust Company and
was a member of its board. He
has also served as president of the
Florida Savings and Loan League,
and holds a chartered Life Under-
write (C.L.U.) degree.
He is a director of the University
of Pennslyvauia Club, and a mem-
ber of the American Legion, the
Shrine. Kiwanls Club, and West-
view Country Club.
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Behind .1, to Ltvt Form*
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NEMORIAIS
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Scheduled Unveiling,
SUNDAY, JUNE 26
Mf. Hebe Ctmettry
WlUIAAt KANTM. 2
Rabbi B. Leon H urine
MWUr SAVAl, 3 ,..
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Hy Tadelman is camp director. --------------------
with Gary Kanner assisting. Mr>. ffajwjfcjl fJtCfW President
Hannah Shor will be in charge of
arts and crafts. Mrs. Dorothy Le-
vesque is swimming director at the
Casa Loma motel.
Federal Names
Board Member
E. Albert ['allot, president of
Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.. Wednesday announced that
William S. Shorenstein had been
named to the board of directors of
the Association.
An attorney for more than 30
years. Shorenstein has been a resi-
dent of Miami since 1940
A native of Glen Cove. NY, he
attended Colby College and Syra-
cuse University.
Well-known in Florida and New
York in legal and investment cir-,
cles, Shorenstein succeeds the late
Charles A. Mills as a director of
Biscayne Federal.
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convention last weekend in Jack-
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radio, and Fred Shawn, general
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GEMS OF WISDOM
(e need no ladders to the jtfoi, i
Jneed on/51 observe the (true*
Md /unctions of man's bodily
pn* to t^now that the Creator
/* Mid. from mv flesh j
I see God.'' abba maw.

|A a house implies a builder, a
ptt a weaver, a door a carpenter,
the world proclaims Cod, its
akiba. I
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[Evidence of God 1 have found -
the existence of Israel. FLBO.

LHard as the world is to explain
)th God. it is harder yet without
I*"1- MONTPPIOKE.

[God it of no importance unless I
m of supreme importance.
HB9CHBL.

| In many shapes do men Thine
ge frame, through all their vis- '
Its Thou art yet the same.
HYMN OP CLORY.

I The Cod of the Hebraic religion
either a living, active, "feeling"
pd, or He is nothing. iikrrf.ri;.
e
| The mystics unanimously bear
ftnens that God needs us.
----BBRHSON. I
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'When )ews do the will of God. '
ey strengthen God' (Ps. 60.14).
fhen thev do not. they "weaken .
T0t\" (Deut. 32.18).
LEV! B. PERATA.

i "Ye are My witnesses .... 1 am
i." When ye are not My wit-
\tses, I am. as it were, not God.
- MIDRAM1 II Mil 1 IM
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Ye that did cleave unto the Lord
lr God are alive every one of you
day. DEUT.
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Let Us Devote Ourselves
Te Piohting for True Causes
By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Coral Way J.wish Center
What is behind trie Japanese pro-
test and rioting against President
Eisenhower's visit, forcing cancel-
lation of his Par East tour and
signing of the Kishi treaty?
Why does Argentina now loudly
protest the epic capture of Adolf
Eichmann, Nazi war criminal,
after tacit complicity in unofficial
extradition to Israel?
Why did Soviet Premier Nitita
Khrushchev lodge vehement pro-
test, and thereby dash to pieces
any hopes for world peace and se-
curity, by exploding the summit
conference before it began? Was
the U-2 spy incident a casus-belli?
Was Andrei Gromyko's charge of
American perfidy and moral sav-
agery his seething denunciation,
castigation and defamation of Pres-
ident Eisenhower, personally, and
the United States, generally, justi-
fiably provoked?
This week's Scriptural text deals
with an insurrectionist, or rebel, who protested too self-rightcously, too
vaingloriously, against Moses, Aaron, and God. He led a revolt against
the leadership of Moses, accusing him of excessive ambition for him-
self and his brother, Aaron.
"Rav Lochem""Ye take too much upon you," cried out this first
Jewish Auto-Protestant. Rebelliously, he hurled allegations of injustice,
pride, and conspiracy against this man, Moses, the personification of
humility and righteousness, who ever sought to avoid the glory and
honor accorded a public cynosure, the prophet, hero, emancipator, and
Law-giver of his people.
To fully appreciate the significance of this catastrophe for Korah,
the accuserleader of 250 rebels, and near-disaster for Moses and Is-
rael, recall the previous paragraph in the preceding chapter of "Bamid-
bar." The ingenious insight of the sages always demands the critical
analysis of the juxtaposition of thoughts and logical connection of ideas.
So the Midrash points out that it was the "monition of the Tsitsis," the
wearing of fringes on the corners of our garments, that Korah disputed
with Moses, over a legal interpretation. Korah was an ambitious man.
As a Lev'ite, he was dissatisfied. He desired the Priesthood also. He
| merely used the "fringes" as a pretext, a subterfuge for ulterior mo-
tives.
In the cases of Japan, Argentina and Russia, surely "the lady (or
nation) doth protest too much, me think" in modern day tragedies, more
eventful than Shakespeare's Hamlet, who voiced it. Japan is anti-
| American as surely as other European, Asian, and Arab nations that
i despise us, yet eagerly accept the billions of foreign aid dollars we
give them. Argentina's tottering regime is being pressured by West
Germany and other powers, who knew of Eichmann's whereabouts, but
did not reveal it. Russia foresaw tremendous propaganda potential in
the U-2 incident and utilized it for purposes of diversion.
As Jews, we have always protested social injustice, tyranny, hypo-
crisy, and corruption. Now there are those Jewish AutoProtestants
who protest against their own religion and synagogue in the name of
reform and justice. Let them devote themselves to fighting for true
causes of our true religion, true peace, and true brotherhood.
F*
xmslatioh-
Now Town o* Both Shorn***
ne day I visited Beth Shemesh,
new town in the Hartuv dis-
Beth Shemesh is not very far
Jerusalem and it is near
which are mentioned in the
|e in the tales about Samson.
cement factory in the vicinity
lied "Samson."
Chairman of the Local Coun-
Mr. Menachem Neuman, told
[that nine years ago there was
a large maabarah (transition-
rk camp) on the site with a
ired and ten families from Ru-
Afterwards another three
red families came from Iraq,
(tor them immigrants from
Africa Egypt, Poland and
lifthed by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Does tho Bible teach icienc*?
The Bible is not a scientific text-
book, nor was it written to teach
science, but religion. To illutsrate:
the discrepancies between the story
of creation as given in the Bible
and that given by scientists are
very much as we should find in two
descriptions of a great battle, if
one of them were written by a cler-
gyman and the other by a military
expert. Most important for the re-
ligionist is the fact that God was
the creator of the universe and
that life is not a mere accident.
?
Doe* th* ,rwmfc*r "forty" *
any itynificance?
Yes. It seems that in the Bible
it conveys the sense of fullness.
Moses was forty days on the
mount (Ex. 24:18); Elijah fasted
for forty days (Kings 19:8); the
rain of the flood feU for forty adys
Gen 7:12); Noah opened the win-
dows of the ark after forty days
(Gen. 8:6); the spies spent forty
days in searching Canaan (Numb.
13:25); Ninsveh was allowed forty
days to repent (Jonah 3:4); and Is-
rael's forty years in the wilder-
ness (Numb. 34:33).
The moderns claim that life be
gins at forty." ( #
Vfa* ** famous *"* *
Bible* _,
The Psalms and the messages of
CANDIWGHTING TIME
29 Sivan 6:59 pan.
s
Job are, of course, the most out-
standing. 01 hers include Lamech's
sword song (Gen. 4:23); Noah's
song (Gen. 9:25); the songs of
Moses and Miriam (Ex. 15:1-19);
the song of Moses (Dent. 31:1-43):
Song of Deborah and Barak
(Judges 5:2-21); Hannah's song
(1 Sam 1:18-27); pavkl's song
over Abner (II Sam. 3:33); and
also Samson's riddles (Judges
15:16).

What become of Aaron's rod?
It was kept m the Ark, beside
the two tables of stone, the pot of
Manna, and the Book of the Cov-
enant (Deutt. 31:26).
hint JWV Meeting
North Shore Post and Auxili-
ary, Jewish War Veterans, met
jointly Wednesday at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
Normandy Isle. Program included
a new film on Cerebral Palsy.
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AOUDATH leRACL. 7001 Cartyl*
Orthodox. Rabbi laaae Ever.
ANSHE EMES. fSSS SW 19th av.
Contervativ*. Maxwall Silbarman,
arcaident.
ETM DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Con.
aarvatlve. Rabbi Vaahov "toeanbeng.
Cantor William w Ltpaon.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Ortnedex.
Rabbi Solomcn Schlff.
Friday 6:4."> p.m. Saturday S:in a.m.
Sermon: "Misg-uklcd Uead'ernhJp."
ETH EMETH. 1C2B0 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
eof). Cantor Hyman Fein.
Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "RellglotiH
Revolutions and Spiritual Rebel*."
Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Sey-
mour, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Foo*. who will host Friday Oneg
Shabbat in his honor.
ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louie Rettman.
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Wa.hington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchee.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Levitan.
BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joeeph E. Rackoveky.
CONGREOATION ETZ CHAIN. 40*
16th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim
Karlineky.
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
755 SW 16th at., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
Last late Friday service of season
8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Vacations t'hanse
Plans." Saturday 9 a.m. Bab Mitxvuh:
Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Greenbei'K, who will host Friday
Ones Shabbat In his honor.
OADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1*1*0 NW
2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Eman
uel Mandel.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker: Sam-
uel Orltt, general co-chairman of
Greater Miami Israel Bond Commit-
tee. Topic: ''Israel Today.'.' Saturday
9 a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Rickey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kaye.
fLACLER. GRANADA. SO NW Slat
pi. Coneervative. Rabbi Bernard
Shotcr. Cantor Fred Bernateln.
Friday :4r> p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ifajvln Byer; Marc, son of Mr. anil
Mr'- Iuis i i Mi'
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1M1
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Levlne.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 tth et. Or-
.thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th at.. Hla-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk st. Coneervative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Coneervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 6::I0 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Beginning; of a New Month."
Bar Mltavah: Michael; nun of Mr,.and
Mrs. Hyman Klisner.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Hcrschell Seville. Cantor Joseph
Salxman.
Friday 6:50 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "A True Perspective." Bar Mlta-
vah: Robert, mm of Mr. ami Mrs
Henry I .is, tu
.-------o-------
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Lipechitz. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:4". a.m.
Bar Mil "... 11 Kenneth, son of Mr. anil
Mrs. Robert Garber.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at
Coneervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owita. Cantor Edward Klein.
Hrlday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Michael, son of Mr, and Mrs.
Samuel Rappapori. Sermon: "Weekly
Portion."
fOUTHWEST CENTER. 643S SW 8th
at. Coneervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: '*LOa0lli
from the Talmud." Saturday 9 a.m.
Bar Mltavah: Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Rubinstein, who will
hold FYlday Oncg Shabbat In his hon-
or. Sermon: "New Heaven* and
Earth."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHU RUN. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 9*50 N. Kendall
dr., S. Miami. Reform Raoo> Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodnsr.
Krlday 8:1S p.m. Gueat speaker: Dr.
Michael Goodman, executive dlrc-tor,
Jewish Vocational Service. Subject:
"JV8 and the Jewlah Community.'
Cantor Kodner to officiate in the ab-
sence of Rabbi Raumgard.
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TEMPLE BETH EL. 1846 Polk et.
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe at. Coneervative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Canter Emeei
Schreiber.
HVidi.y 8 p.m. Sermon: "A Great"lwme1

TALES OF MORALS
This story presumably took^ place
in India, but could have ta^en place
"nywhere. Legend has it thai a ped-
dler was in the habit of going from
; iu ii lo town u>ith his cart, draum
by a rlonljcv. He was so poor that
he could not afford to feed the
donkey.' hence he devised a plan
where he mould, upon arriving in
a town, unharness hij ilonljey and
cover him ivith the sljin of a lion
and then set him out to pasture in
someone's private field. The ob-
ject was that no one would dare to
duturb a lion in the act of eating.
One day, as was his hab-t to al-
low his donkey to feed in someone
else's pasture, the people of the
community became greatlv alarmed
with the news that a lion was loose
in the vitmitv.
Togehter thev took heart and
surrounded the lion. They threw
sticks and stones at him in order
lo ml(e him go away. The lion in
protest raised his voice, and out
came the braying of a donkey.
MORAL: Many are ;udged by r
outward appearances, but as soon
as they begin to talk., the truth
comes forth.
on an Important Facet of Jewish
LJfe." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah:
Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rdward Al-
ma-s; Bruce, son of Mr. and Mra. Ken-
neth Waischoff.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae
eve. Liberal, Rabbi Leon Kronieb
Cantor Davlo Conviaer.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ban Gross-
berg.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvinej
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1ST NE Itth at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naret.
Cmntmr Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave>.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Oomberg.
Friday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a m.
liar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of l>r. and
Mis. Seymour H. Fine. Sermon:
'Weekly Portion."
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 801
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabol
Leo Heim.
Frtdav 8:15 a.m. Sermon: l.'Hitraoth
'Til We Meei Again." Oneg Shab-
h:it boats: Mr. and Mrs. I.eon Ruben-
stein. Saiurilay 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th et.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Kiicl.y ::> p.m. Newly-elected offi-
cers of congregation and affiliate
groups to I* honored. Baa Mltsvah:
l.in.la ,ilalighter of Mr. and Mrs. tf.
Thiboileau. Sermon: "All Typen of
leaders." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlta-
vah: Steven. BOB of Mr. and Mra. Ja<*
Matxa.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Service to be con-
ducted l>v Nathan Rosenberg. Satur-
day 9 a.m. Rev. Kdward Stock to of-
ficiate.
TQRAH TEMPLE. 1254 Weat avo.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaeel.
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Okoliea. Cantor Morris Beroer.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Rellaion
Our Stronghold" Saturday 9 a.in.
o
YOUNO ISRAEL. 8*0 N 171ot a*.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 2a.
mora ave. Coneervative. Rabbi B.
Leon HurwHx. Cantor Meyer Gieser.
Thi* page is prepared in CO-
; operation with the Spiritual Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami tXabbin-
I ical Assn.
Rabbi Yaaitov G. Rosenberg
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Heraoo
Tales and Gems of Wisdom
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Friday, June 24, lggn

Browsing With Books:
By HILARY MtNPtlN
Chaim Weizmann: Evocation of Depths of His Dying
.. HOLLOW GLORY. The Last Days of Chaim Woii-
minn, First President of Israel. By Samuel
Shiher. Translated from the Hebrew by Julian
L. Meltxer. 256 pp. New York: Thomas Yoseloff,
11 E. 36th t. $4.95.
Extraordinary and beautiful, this book.
Most people know that Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the
first President of the State of Israel, died with bitter-
ness and disappointment. He looked back on a life-
time spent in singleminded service to creation of the
S'ate. He could recall with the greatest pride that
durinc World War I, he was the scientist who enabled
the British to produce munitions acetone from maize,
instead of from wood alcohol (which was difficult to
obtain). As his reward, he asked for help for his
people words which were, according to Lloyd
George, "the fount and origin" of the Balfour Declar-
ation.
His brightest-memories told-him that as Pres-
ident of the World Zionist Organization he wrung
hearts with his eloquence; dimming, they spoke to
him of the booing and dismissal from the 22nd Zion-
ist Congress in 1946 for his compromise policy with
the British. In splendor he could think that at the
moment the Declaration of Independence of the State
of Israel was being signed, he was in Washington
talking to Truman to assure United States recogni-
tion of the new country, and that an earlier talk with
Truman bad assured the inclusion of the Negev.
Then tbe blackness would descend again, the
heartache whieh never left him: that tbey then "for-
got" to leave room for his signature on the Declar-
ation. That he was the first President of the State
was thought by some to be recompense: but for
Weizmann it became a mockery as he saw that he
was no more than a figurehead, with no voice in
the affairs of the State.

Capitol Spotlight:
.... ,.;(fc ..,,..,. (| ,- .,,, ,;.
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
'Eichmann of Croatia' Living it Up in U.S.

WASHINGTON
WHAT ABOUT "the Adolf Eichmann
of Croatia?" The dramatic Israeli
capture of Eichmann, the most notorious
living Nazi war criminal, has revived
Che issue of Andrija Artukovic, Croa-
tian Nazi police head, who is living
luxuriously in California. Artukovic has
poked dtrisive humor at long-snarled
extara.iition proceedings.
Washington experts on Balkan aspects of World War 11
were amazed this month at an even' in Congress. Connre--
s:onal tribute was paid to Artukovic's Croatian Nazi "Usta-
chi" military forces. The L'stachis zealously collaborated
with German war criminal Eichmann in the mass murdfr
of Yugoslav Jewery. Artukovic played a leading role.
Praise for the I'stachi Nazis came from Rep. Frances
P. Bolton. Oho Republican. Mrs. Bolton lauded material
bemoaning the 1945 defeat of the Axis in Yugoslavia.
Croatian Fascist propaganda was actually printed in
the Congressional Record at Rep. Bolton's request. It
sought to link pro-Hitler L'stachis killed by the Yugoslav
Resistance with American war dead honored on Memorial
Day.
The Bolton insertions alleged that allied forcces were
responsible for a crime of "genocide" against listaehi Na-
Overseas Newsletter. By EllAHU SAIPETER
On Filming "Exodus'
JERUSALEM
BOBBY-SOXERS precariously swaying
* on ultra-high heels, wearing plenty
oi lipstick and freshly made hairdos,
invaded the vicinity of Police Head-
quarters in Jerusalem from the early
morning hours. Prancing up and down
in front of the scores of elee'ririans whi
were hooking up giant klieg-lights and
microphone booms in the square, they were obviously hop-
ing to catch the eye of some talent scout who might be
lurking who knows behind some tree.
Otto Preminger was in town to shoot some scenes
for "Exodus." Unfortunately, none of the young ladies
who took all the trouble to put on the war-paint reached
stardom that day. At best, they became part of the crowd
of 12.000 which squeezed into the square in the evening to
re-enact the mass scene of the Jerusalem public receiving
the news of the United Nations resolution on partition of
Palestine on November 29. 1947.
The argument that has been going on in many Israeli
circles ever since Leon Uris published his book was re-
newed as the shooting cf the film began in Israel. The
ironical comment making the rounds was that the simi-
larity between the film and the book is approximately the
same as between the book and the historic facts. Of
course, one can always argue about what is more impor-
tant in such a case: To stick to the exact details or to
employ means whieh would create, in the mind of the
reader or the moviegoer, the atmosphere of the event.
The producers of the Exodus obviously believe in the lat-
ter course of action.
For example, the Jerusalem bus station, where one of
the scenes of the plot takes place, is in a rather nondes-
eript spot in the older commerical section of the city and
has the apperance of a bus depot anywhere from Oshkos
to Beyruth. To make the bus depot scene more "authentic"
a special bus station was built near Mt. Zion with the Old
City in the background. The fact that only pilgrims on
loot frequent the place at normal times, apparently did not
appear as sufficiently significant to the producers. Or
take the aforementioned mass scene. The actual event
took place in front of the Jewish Agency building in the
modern Rebavia quarter of Jerusalem. The building it-
self is also in modern style such as can be found anywhere
in Florida or California.
Mr. Preminger is spending quite a large 6um in Israel
hooting some scenes of the film. Israel is very eager to
attract other producers,
zis. This propaganda emanated from the so-called "United
American Croatians of Cleveland" and included excerpts
from the "Croatian Franciscan Press."
A satellite of Nazi Germany, the Ustachi Government
exercising local control in Croatiain cooperation with the
Nazis, declared war on the United States in 1941. The
L'stachis murdered American airmen who bailed out over
Yugoslavia from Planes damaged in the mass raids on
the Rumanian oilfields. Aided by the Gestapo and SS
Corps, Usttachi forces liquidated Jews, Serbs, and other
anti-Naz s.
Terming the defeat of pro-Nazis forces in Croatia a
"tragic era." Rep Bolton. a member of the House Foreign
Committee, is also on record as espousing pro-Arab and
anti-Israel views.
Anti-Nazi Americans of Yugoslavia origin, including
.lews, are shocked by Rep Bolton's homage to the Croatian
Nazis. They are even more infuriated by the seeming im-
munity of Artukovic who sneaked into the United States to
escape trial as a war criminal.
Artukovic, No. 2 man in the Ustachi regime, was per-
sonally in charge of admin stration of Ustachi operated
concentration camps in which 30.000 Jews were systemat-
ically murdered and starved. He rose to power as an ally
of the Nazis in the capacity of "Police Minister" when
Hitler conquered Yugoslavia.
Artukovic signed an order on June 4, 1941, which
stripped Jews of their property and compelled them to
wear a yellow badge with the letter "Z" (for "Zidov" or
Jew).
Artukovic bragged that he outstripped Hitler in the
speed with which his police squad solved "the Jewish
problem." He said he acted against Jews at once and
not like the Germans, who procrastinated matters with
the Jews for years."
Wartime orders to excute Jews carried Artukovic's
signature. He was listed in 1945 as a Nazi war criminal
by the Allied High Command. But he escaped capture in
the postwar chaos.
Artukovic entered the United States unlawfully under
an alias. An order for his deportation was issued by the
Justice Department in 1953. Its execution was postponed
indefinitely because various Yugoslav extradition suits
were pending in the courts. f
Because Yugoslavia is today a Communist State, the
courts decided that the case against Artukovic might be
"political" because he is an "anti-Cornmunst." He was
granted sanctuary in the United States because of that, if
returned to Yugoslavia, he might not receive a fair trial.
But is an undesirable alien like Artukovic entitled to
indefinte hospitality here? The House Immigration Sub-
committee, headed by Rep. Francis E. Walter, has sought
deportation of alien racketeers. Many have been returned
to Sicily and Italy. Rep. Walter, co-iuthor of the McCar-
ran Immigration Act, has done nothing about Artukovic.
SEED OF A PARABLE
See how the great redemption came 10 a
great people out of a tiny grain of maize, a drt
of dark smelly fluid, which by a fluke was net
poured away' The man who picked on a grai i
of maize for his vessel, who believed in the wor.-
dcrs he had wrought and the glonom things he
had achieved, was in the end no larger than il
grain itself: the seed of a parable Tet I, ah',
how often did I rebel whenever 1 was laid asic
and removed from glory.HOLLOW cloky.

Samuel Shihor is a sympathetic bit crapher, but
too honest to be deluded. Weizmann could be charm-
less and overbearing; he welcomed adulation and
scorned indifference to his merits. He saw himself
in a messianic role, and later as a Mose.< who (and it
is not without parallel) labored for forty years only
to be denied the Holy Land. Even his grossest errfrj
of judgment about the British he saw as the in-
escapable shape of his destiny, mystically ordained,
ineluctably decreed.
If it is Weizmann himself who make; the book
extraordinary, it is Mr. Shihor who hat made it
beautiful. In his craft he has chosen a startling
style, the elements of nara.ive ficticn wielding rhe
facts of reality. From Weizmann's bed in the long
days of his dying, Shihor moves back and forth in
space and time, weaving vignettes of presen: and
past consciousness into an elliptical, impressionistic
scheme. Moody and ruminant, the dying Weizmann
SAvora his triumphs, salts his wounds, fcr.dl- his
glories, again and again .
Until the dark end.
usmmswmm*
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Baal Shem Tov Fete
THERE WILL BE mar.y ob-rvanwi
' in American Jewry this year of the
200th anniversary of the death of Rabbi
Eliezer Israel, more commonl. known
is the Baal Shem Tov or ihe BauJ Shem.
'n Israel, there will be great gjla cek-
irations. His followers will dance in the
trects of Jerusalem and in the villages
established by his Hassidic followers,
He precipitated a great controversy in Jewry, yet it U
certain that no man since the days of the Talmud affected
the Jewish religion more than the Baal Shem. To million}
of Jews, he was as great as the ancient prophets.
Why is it he is so honored and considered so great?
He said "Be happy."
For such a discovery, he should be rarJred anong the
saints!
But great discoveries are often simple. Why do tt
honor Columbus? All he did was to say "Go Ahead."
Everyone before him knew that a boat would ric-> in tin
water. But people feared that if the boat kept ?oing
the ocean, it might fall off into space or something. O
lumbus said, "Go Ahead."
Religious people very often tended to think that if y
pur.shed yourself and made yourself unhappy, God w
made very happy.
The Baal Shem said this was not so. The Divine Glory,
he said, on the contrary withdrew itself frcm the melafr
chdy.
He quoted the sentence in the Pslams: "Serve U*
Lord with gladness, come before His presence with **
ing."
His followers took that literally. They dancM in the
synagogue. They were joyful. They opened the bottle &
branfen. Yes, whiskey could be good too.

Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
Senate Results in Alabama Prove Interesting
AMERICAN JEWISH orgaruza-
** tions are watching with utmost]
interest results of Senatorial ori- I
mary elections now being held in
some states. The votes in these
elections indicate to a certain de-
gree the strength of racial and re-
ligious bias in the respective states.
Thus, in the Alabama primary, L.
Adm. John G. Crommelin (Ret.), an avowed racist
and anti-Semite, came in second on a three-man
slate, garnering 51.591 votes which is about 13 pre
cent of all the votes cast. In 1956, when he ran as
candidate for Senate, he received 112.000 votes
which was about 32 percent of the total. At that
time, he clearly identified himself as an anti-Semite
through his speeches and through scurrilous "cam-
paign literature" which he distributed.
In the framework of his recurrent theme "The
Hidden Force" Crommelin has attacked "*e
Jews," warned against "Zionist" individuals, ana
di lortd the sacred Hebrew "Kol Nidre" prayer into
an aJJegedly diabolical conspnratorial device. Al-
though he did not win the Senatorial seat now the
wjiner was Sen, John J. Sparkmen be made
striking improvement in voter support in Montgom-
ery county over an earlier campaign by winning
28 percent of the county total
The major Jewish organizations are also watch-
ing closely the Ku Klux Klan activity in the southern
states. They find that this activity is on the in-
crease, even though the hooded fraternities are still
spht into vying groups and sub groups. In Alabama,
Florida, Georgia and South Carolina mere than 100
crosass were lit in a well-planned "show of strength
by the Ku Klux Klan,
'"'-** iui
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Friday, June 24, 1960
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hi [MO N W 7th AVenue. Miami!
Florida, a I Intends tu reglstei mid
name with ihe Clerk.of the Circuit
11.in i of Dade County, Florida
HAK, v i EICHENRAUM,
RICHARD M.Ts,^!:l',rmr
Attorney for Applicant
_________ Bva-m-w-i't
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
..... No. 49684-B
IN Rl : Estate of
EDWARD vV. RYAN
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** a.iN.0T,,CE TO CREDITORS
To A ( dftora and All Persons Ha v-
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You ar heielo. notiried and re-
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the. esra.e I KOWARO W. RYAN de-
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-and Ills i Hume in then- offices in
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No. 80C 4983
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ys
HARRIET M. MacRAB,
lefendaut.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HARRIET M MacRAE,
l'7 Conrresslonul Walk
Murrain. New York
You HARRIET M. MacRAE are
li-rcby notified that an amended
Comblafht for liivorce has been flli'd
aaaifsi you. and you are redlilred to
serve a .o|.\ of your Answer or I'lead-
ina ts the Amended Cornblalirt on the
nlalnRff's Attorne.vs. RICHSK lNH &
\\> il.ltKtN. One Lincoln Rood Kulld-
inis. Miami Benh, Elorlda and file
the nrlulnal Answer or Pleadlnx In
tlie office ,A the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or liefrm- the Hth day of
July, im. If m>ii fail to do so. Judg-
ment hv default will he taken attains!
\.,u for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KIORIOIAK.
luiN'i: AM' ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lad day of June. A.l>.
"' B, B IJ'.ATHERMAN. Clerk,
Clrcull C.iiirr liide Coonlv. Florida
iseall By: U BNRBDBN,
I>eputy Clerk
____8/10-l'i'Jl. 7/1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
NO. 49787-C
IN RE: Estate of
Hannah i;ki:i:.\v\ ai.h.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II.n -
inir Claims or DamandS Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notiried and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have aeainst
the estate or HANNAH OREEN-
wwi.li deceased late or Hade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Daaa
County, ami file the same In their of-
fices in the County Courhouse in Hade
County, Florida, within sight calendar
months from the date of tile first
imhlicitiou hereof, or Ihc snm.- will
I.- Italic.I
EI.IKAHETH ROSNBR
BLANCHE SLOTNICK
.1. N. MORRIS. Attorney
sit Ingraham Bldg.
Miami. Florida
/I-10-17-S4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. eOC 440
MARY N. COI.I'I.V.
Plaintiff,
OBRALD J. OOLOEN,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, c.K-R.M.n .1. <:i ii.iii.N. i't i'ti-
iii lie Place. While Plains, N.-w York,
are notified to serve a copy of your
answer to the Divorce Complaint on
Plalntlfrs attorney, Harry llousen.
IdS Hlscune RiiildlnK. Miami. Mor-
Ida. and file orlirinal with Clerk of this
Curl on or before July r,. IMS) other-
aise Complaint will be confessed by
von.
DATBD Maj M, lM
!:. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Pole County, l-lorida
(seal) Hy: K. M. I.Y.MAN.
Heputv Clerk
6/:t-IO-l7-'^4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 5207-N
SARA IRIARTE,
Plaintiff,
VS.
'ASA MARIA. INC.. a Florida
corporation and PEDRO PBNA,
lielendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: All Person- interested.
Yon are hereby until led to Ik- and
sppear before tlie Honorable Joe
Baton, on., of the Judges of the above
Styled Court, in the Hade i'.miiiI-
Courthouse at Miami. Florida al liSfl
o'cl-s-'k A.M.. .m llMiii: and then ami ther- show cause.
If any \ on can. bar answer duly filed
an ren.uheil I" law. liv 111. note and
mortgage described iu the petltlofi on
ill- herein, pf whh-h the attached are
Hue copies, which note Is secured by
the mortttace recorded In Mortace
Rook 71. imae 47. of the Public Rec-
ords of Hade County. Florida, which
said note and iihiiIukc- are alleged In
said petition to have lieen lost, mis-
laid or stolen, should not he re-esinli-
llshetf, and as to which said note and
mortgnae the said petition prays I hat
a true and correct copy thereof be
established as and iu lieu of the .ni:-
inal note and mortgage
Herein fall not.
Witness my Imnd and Seal ol -ail
Court. Rl Miami. I lade fountv. Flor-
ida, this 7th day of June. ISfifi.
E. P. I KATHKRMAN
AS Clerk of said Curl
(seal) B) K M. I.YMAN.
Depat) cierk
Qlno P. Negrettl Herman Cohen
attorneys u.i- i -.....n. ....
By: Herman Cohen
S/IO-17--JI. 7 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. OOC 5085
KERVCI.A SAM III'./.,
Ptaintirr,
Jl'AM sa.\en!:/,.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Jl'AN SANCHEZ
77.-. B. IM Street
Bronx, New York
You Jl'AN sANciii:'/. are hereby
notified that a Bill nf Complaint for
Divorce has bean filed against you,
and you are renuired to serve a COP)
| of your Answer or PlendinK to the
Bill or Complaint on the plaintiff's
Atlotnev, M I I. 1. I C E N T BRASS
I'MI.I E. SH Industrial National Rank
Bulldlpg, Miami. Floi Ida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Clrcull C.....i
n or before the .'.Hi day of July, ,:'*''
If you fall to do so. Jnrtcment hy de-
fault will be taken aaralnst you for
the relief demanded in the i:m or
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four cousecullve Weeks
in Till': JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
BONE ANIi ORDERETl al Miami.
Florida, this 1-t day of June, A. I.
UW
E B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Ptnruit Court. Hade County, Florida
(seal) By: K M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk
MII.I.ICENT RRABB I'lIIJ.E
r.ll Industrial Nat'l. Bank BIiIk.
Miami. Florida
Attorney fur Plnlntirr
I 11-10-17-M
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Attorneys for Laura \ ",.,," 17".-1
NOTICE UNDER
the u'do's cn-d. deshlne to en.
I.usl-ess t-ndr-r Ihe <:,J,,'",\?.^*,"i
I IRRYS '\ '', H.rda
N" "' -':,h v" iild nsme
and Intend- In '['"' ".' ",',',
with the Clerk of the Clrcull < '"
"ad' ixiulItU
litl 1 IE fl BICHENH \i M
""''" able Owner
RICH \RH Al isiMl 1:1:
Allirney for Applu ant g/|-10-lt-2t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN OROBATE.
No. *07
In It. : ESTATE OF
IRENE li. (IREEN.
fiecea-ed \
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or l>emnnds Against bllld
K '"
Yon. and esch of >ou. ar- hereby
notified and required to present i.nj
claims and demands which you, or
either of miii. m:i> have against th-
sstn.....1 IRENE 0. ORKEN deceased
liie of Iside County. Florida, to IM
Honorable Count* .ludoes o' Hade
County, and Hie the same in their
offices in the County Court!.....se in
1 Dude County, Florida, within eliciii
1 calendar mouths from the date nf
1 Hie ftist publication hereof. Ha'd
claims or demands to contain tlie
legal address or the claimant and to
he sworn In and presented as afore-
said, or same wl'l h.- barred.
I*,ted Ma- ::ist. A.H. t (>.
osevf! F. i:iti:CN. As i:\-.01i.c
of the la>l Will and T-sMment
of IRENE H. ORRRN. D-ceis.d
ren i:shi:\
A"..... f"r Kvr,"""rWl^MJ I
NOTICE TO CREO TORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
JN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
Ma 4^447
'" ^nT\^UtV:xsky DURKW,
11. -eased. _.
To AH Creditors and All Per.....- It iv-
iii claims or Demands ^galnsl Slid
'You and each "f l OU, ar. h.i-h.
notirl.d and required to prosenl Spy
"taims and demands which voit dr
::^:'^r'VANNY''-'p,^viKvsKY
;-:r ,,;^r'!o'.'.:: 81.....Sffi
r.iuntv .ludses of Hade County, and
,,. .,,,.. In Ihelr ...... I" the
.oorilioi.se In Hade Couuiv.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49813-B
IN KK: Estate of
BERN A Rl i SYBINRTOCK
DecojHifd
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
{n Estata:
You are hereby notiried and re-
quired tn present any claims nnd de-
mand^ which j on rn iv have agalnat
the estate of BRRNARD WEIN-
ST.lCK deceased late of Hade CoUlltV,
I'lorlda. to Hie County Judges of Hade
County, and fll- the same in their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Hid- County. Florida, within ei.-lii
calendar months from the .late nf the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
HEIJCN rTRINKTOCK,
Executrix of Kstate
I.ErtN A. EPSTEIN, Attorney
t'.'li Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, l-lorida
l/x-te-iT-dM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTH'i.; is HEREBY i:ivi:.v thai
the undeesigaed, desiring i.. ensjage In
business under Ihe rlclillolls name of
KOOI MAC.IK' a! HUM V.I-: s'-eond
\\-iine. Miami, l-lorida inlends to
register said name with the Cleric or
ihe Circuit Court or Dade Connty.
Florida
RICHARD P. REYNOLDS
WALLACE N. MABR
Attorney for Aoniicant
; Rtac i) ii- MiiihlliiK
Miami :.'-. Florida
S/17-24. 7/I-*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN *ND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. GOC S6II
SAMI El. MKYI.KS.
1'i.iiniirr.
i.-.
FIIKHERICA MEYER*.
Defendant
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
TO: EREl>ERICA METERS
c o .lerr\ Cifetll
1436 l.i.vliiKliHi Pliic.
l-:'i/al...:li, ,\-v\ .1 I -.
Y.m I RKHKRICA MI'IVKKS are
hereby notiried thai a lull ..r Com
plaint tor Divorce has been Hied
against yon, and you are required to
serve a c..p> ol your Answer or I'1-
lag to the hill of Comii'SHlt on the
phtintlft's Attorney. a.NC.i'.i.ii \ Al,l,
up AJnslei Bluldlng, Miami M, Flor-
ida an I file H.....rigibtn Answer or
Pleading in tlie offic- of the clerk of
tin- Circuit Court on or before the
isth day of July, nun. ir you rail to
do so. Judgment b\ deiaiilr wi-l ho
lai.en ayjilasl you for the relief de-
uiamlcl iii the Bill ..r c niiplalni.
This notice shall be pnMtsjiied once
each u-eU for four cotieecutH'e wenka
In THE .IIIWISII FLORlDl v.\
IXIMK AND ORT>HRRD al Miami,
Florida, this l.'.th day or .Inn-. A l>.
IMS
B. It LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Clrcull Conn. I>ade Couiit>. r'lorida
(seal) l:> K. M. I.YMAN
I i-,.u: \ i i.-rk
ANOEMl A. Al.l
i n a Ains .\ Building
Miami :\2. r'torlda
Attorney for Plaimirf
_______6.-17-1M. 7 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIV UN that
the undersigned, .l--i!iiu t<. engage in
hU.-lne-s It'.-', r 'I 'ic1' lolls n -if
.11 Alia i BOTTLING CO. at in.i B.
{3rd street. Hlateah Intend to reKlster
-aid name with Ihe Clei I. ..i the Cir-
cuit Curl ol i col- ooutv. I... -I."
RICHARD BERN'S
MARTIN RERNft
.. __6, 17-S IN COUNTY JUOGfS' cZlURT
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 47*ce-C
HE: ESTATE up
i'l|OM\s l.\Ws\i\ rilltlilKla.D
l>C.'eliscd.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOefe-lNAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hei-eti.v altH-n Hist I have
filed a final rep..rl and petition for
Final I d.-churen 'as Administrator of
till' estate of Thomas l.iwsoll Tlll'el-
keld .1.....a-..I: nnd t'TIt ill' the IRlh
day of July. IN. win npidY to the
Honorable W. Y. Hlantun, iraok B.
Hovvlhi; and Ceorse T. cl.i'U County
.Indues of Hide -County. Florida, for
approval ..r said fl'iul re.-.ft ami for
final discharge as AdmrhTstratrtr of
the estate or TH.iMVS- I.AWHtiN
THRi:i.KEI,l>. deceased.
Till- Kith da\ or June, I ;.'
HOMER C TIIRHI Kll.r>.
Administrator.
B Max P Bngel
RNT1RL POI.I.ACK
Attoi nays for A.liuiiii.-trator
Suite M-lil. Rlsraj-ne Building
Miami .TJ. l-lorida
ii 17-24. 7/1-S
:ui;.im,rro, gMeuter S/10.,7.M>7/I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. *742-C
IN RE: Estate of
HoRATIO JOSEPH MCSCAT,
also known as
HORATIO J. MI'NCAT.
Dee eased.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Cr-dltors and All Persons Hnv-
Ins Claims or T>eman Estate:
You are hereby notiried and re-
(|iilre.| to present any claims and de-
mand- which you, or either of von.
n icive attain*! th estate of HOR-
ATlo .I08BPH MCSCAT. also known
as HORATIO J. MCSCAT. deceased
late of Hade .'..nut.. Florida, to the
Honorable CointJ .Indues or Hade
Coontv. nnd file the same In tlielr
offices in the Coonf Courthouse in
Hade Cotmty, Florida, within eluht
ca-ii'lar months from the date of the
first public iti..n hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
Iraant and to be swa.rn
to and presented as n'oresttd. or sadie
will he ha-red. Fee Section TU II 'i
tii,. IMS Probate Act.
Dated Maj II, AT), i
i'i.iiis\ MARY MILLER. As
Exi etitrix of the Last will and |
Testament of Horatio Joseph Mus-
cat. also known ns Horatio .1.
Mi, Slope.
loin c.n Miami. Fla.
EI.RY BTONK
Attorney for Kxect-rix ^^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 49550
IN' KK: Kstate of
ALEXANDER C v.V. :i:i.i is I
I i..r..s..||
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors ind All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Hemands Against Bald
Estate:
You are herehj notiried and re-
qulred to preaeni an> ctalins and de-
mands which you ma\ have aaalii-:
the estate of AI.I-aCANHER CAN-
liEIOHl deceased late of I'ade Coun-
iv. I lorlda. to the County Judges of
Hade County, and file the same in
their offices In the Count] Court-
bouse In I ride County, F'orlda. islth-
In eight calendar months from the
lale of the rlrst publication hereof, or
the same will he barred.
AMELIA CANOKI.oSI
fJOl OMAN & .iOI.HSTKI.V
Atlornei .-
'J.1(l.". W. Klagler St.
Miami. h"l<*ld.i
6 17-24. T/1-I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKP.KP.Y OIVBN that
the undersigned, desirinu to engnga
In business under the fictitious name
of MB. RI'VNV'S F.M>I STORE at
r.?nn \ W, itth Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Courtly, Florida
PtERNARD SiiSNICK.
r.n; partner
MORRIS si'SViiis
ic Partner
OOLDMAN Cil.l-STKIN
Attorneys for Registrants
'.:.:: Wesi llaeler Street
Miami. Florida
I7-'.'I. 7/1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'o'l'ICK IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring en.: i
business under the fictitious name of
CAI'Klo F\s.|i PKi'OCCTS at 648
Ed at !7th Street, Hlalean, llorl.ia In-
tend to reufster satd name with the
Clerk .d the Circuit Court or Hills
County. Florida.
JERRY ITAI." B A RONE and
SAM ARRI'tl'l d I. a Capn
pkiu Comnanv. B4L' B. 27th
St., Hialeah, Fla.
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+Jeis*fkrHk*ri
Friday, rune 24. 19J
The God
Of Justice
ly MAX IERNER
Fines Levied Against Rockwell Henchmen
rmm Pa
1 A
Israel stands almost alone in the UH debate on the Eichmann
affair, and most of the editorials have been critical of it. But I can
not in conscience join them, and 1 want to register a dissenting opinion
I know there is a strong case to be made against the >piritins
way of Eichmann from Argentina, since international law cannot
condone the violation of sovereignty involved in such a kidnaping.
There is also a strong case against Ekhmann's trial by an Israeli
court instead of by the Germans or an international tribunal It may
e\en be argued that an Israeli show trial is against Jewish self interest,
since it may stir anti-Jewish feeling again.
* s- a-e
YET I FIND MYSELF UNMOVED by these arguments Rarely
in the lifetime of a generation does history come so beautifully full-
circle as in Eichmann s capture and arrest by the I.-ravliv Many of
us who speak of Nemesis as a fine abstraction or a symbol of myth
oiogy get disturbed when brought face to face with him. If ever Nem
eshj came alive, this is it. this falling of one of the Nazi mass-murder
ers into the hands of the victims who escaped him and of the state
which is a symbol of Jewish survival.
It would take a novelist of vaulting imagination to do justice to
this story: How a little circle of death-camp survivors, whose families
had been incinerated by the Nazis, took an oath to track down the
architects of the murders; how the Americans, with all good will, let
Eichmann slip away; how Peron sheltered him in Argentina, along
wrth many other Nazis: how he tried to change his identity by plastic
surgery, how he made trips back and forth between Argentina and
Europe, and lived on the loot he had taken from his Jewish victims;
how he was tracked down implacably by the men whose families he
had wiped out. arrested by the swift and secret agents of their people
and must now appear before the court of a state founded out of then
tragedy, to be tried on evidence gathered from their martyrdoms.
How can one doubt that there is a symmetry of history operating
in human affairs, and that all the wild injustices of a universe which
ems to belong to the barbarous an druthless are sometimes disci
plined to a principle of order and justice*
m am w*
I CAN PUT MY OWN POSITION quite simply When I see hision
moving thus, as it does so rarely. I would just as soon let it take it-
course. I don't see any superior claim which Argentina or West Ger
many may have to dispose of Eichmann's fate. Nor am I moved to
clamor for an international tribunal to supplant Israel's a tribunal
of nations who have either been ineffectual about bringing the Nazi
criminals to justice, or are indifferent, or what is still true of some
are sympathetic to the principle on which the murderers operated
When the Allies, after the war, set up a court to try the Nazis
they did so as the sequel of their victory, and they had every' right
in the signature of their blood to speak for the conscience of mankind
Since then they and others have forgotten much. The Israelis have
been unable to forget. They have acted as the carriers of history', and
it is their turn now to speak for the conscience of mankind, as well
a? for the survival of their own people.
M
IF I SEEM TO PUT MY VIEW OVERSHARPLY and over-imply,
let me say immediately that I know how complex the problem i. The
principle of sovereignty is bound up with the national identity of a
people, and the Argentinians too are proud, as the Israelis are. The
territorial principle of law demands that a man be tried in the country
where his alleged crime was committed, by the tribunals of that coun
try. Finally it may be argued that if Israel claims to speak for the
Jews, and if the Jews can condemn as Jews then they by themselves
open to being condemned as Jews, which is a dangerous principle
I *all have occasion to pursue these problems in the articles that
follow. Here I can only suggest that there are no practicable alterna-
tives to Israels role ;n the MM. No one else bothered to track down
Eichmann certainly not AjrgMsttaU, which now finds itself so ae
grieved.
As for the territorial principle of law. West Ormanv >hnnks from
getting involved in the politics of an Eichmann trial tone may argue
that the offer should be made, but it would be only a rhetorical offer i.
and it could not pursue the ca-e with conviction and commitment.
East Germany might claim and take it. and use rt for anti-W.-
propaganda. An mternat.onal court would be riddled by the current
confusions of the cold war. and the results would be nil.
M M
I DO NOT PRESENT THE EICHMANN CASE in ter.Tis of revenge
It may be such in personal terms for those who suffer at his hands
or those who tracked him down. But in historic low it is a matter
not of revenge but of justice. The overmastering principle of Jewish
history is that of justice And when I speak of the -symmetry" of
history by which Eichmann finds himself among the Israelis, the sym-
metrical element is historic justice.
(Thit it a Cpyr,ht Column)
"free speech"' rights. Police offi
cers and witnesses testified the
pair used profane and abusive
language at an anti-Semitic rally
near the National Archive- The
targets of the abuse were tot
who objected to the Na/i aglfaUon
The judge warned the two Marts to
obey the laws and a\
violence.
Sen. Johnson informed Seci
Gates that the subcommittee ha.'
disturbing information about the
permitted participation of service
men. including a Marine stationed
at Quantico. Va.. in neo-Nazi activ
itie> in the nation.il capital area.
Larry Ciment
Gets Scholarship
Larry Ciment. ninth grade stu
lent at the Hebrew- Academy and
^resident of the Student Organiza-
tion, has been chosen to receive
the Rose and Samuel Ritter Schol-
arship of $100.
The award, a memorial to the
'ounders of the Academy, is given
annually to the outstanding stu
lent in English and Hebrew. The
lonor is Irving D. Goldwyn. of
Goldwyn Realty and Management
"ompany. Manhasset. L. I. busi-
less associate of the late Ritters.
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
iment. 1330 Drexel ave.. Miami
teach, has been a straight A stu
lent since his enrollment in the
\cademy nine years ago. Larry
till continue his high school ed-
ication in the new Louis Merwitz-
r High School now being organ
zed by the Academy.
The Defense Department was a-k
ed for a detailed explanation and a
statement of Us ait? toward neo^
Nazism.
The subcommittee probe fol-
lowed disclosure by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the Ma
rina Corps failed te deter Pc
John C. Patsalas from marching
in neo-Nazi formations attired in
a brewmhirt uniform and swasti-
ka armband, publicly rendering
me "Sieg Heil" Nazi salute, pic-
keting the White House with ob-
scenely anti-Semitic placards,
and openly assisting Rockwell te
conduct mass anti-Semitic rallies.
The military police arrested Pfc.
Patsalas several weeks ago but the
Marine Corps dismissed all charges
and told him he was free to con-
tinue in the Nazi group.
Meanwhile. New York City Com
missioner of Parks Newbold Mor-
ris indicated this week that George
Lincoln Rockwell's "American Nazi
Party" will be issued a permit to
hold a Fourth of July rally in
Union Square here The announce
ment by Morris coincided with a
statement by Emanuel Targun.
state commander of the Jewish
War Veterans, that his group has
protested against the Nazi group
from Washington. DC. being al
lowed to "desecrate" Independence
Day.
Parks Commissioner Morris said
the constitutional right of free
speech will force the Parks Depart-
ment to issue the permit to the Nazi
organization unless the Police Com
missioner warned that the rally-
constituted a riot danger.
Deputy Police Commissioner
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Day School in the Southeastern
region of the United States, was
organized 12 years ago with the
assistance of Torah L'mesorah.
The convention discussed the
administrative, educational and
supervisory aspects of the Day
School mevameaw.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Academy, spoke
on "The Day SchoolA Force in
the Community." His topic inc-lud
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relationship of the Day School.
with the religious, educational and
cultural organizations in the com-
munity.
Attending the convention were
the deans of leading rabbinic sem-
inaries, as well as teachers, ad-
ministrators, and more than 100
principals from Day Schools
throughout the country.
Ax\ro4 fe be Speaker
Leo Axlrod. chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Committee on Em-
ployment of the Handicapped, Dis-
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speaker at a luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge af B'nai B'nth.
The meeting is scheduled for Tues-
day noon at the DiLtdo hotel.
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vSLl. i V Hostess was Mrs- Leonard
Mendelsohn of Los Angeles, whose daughter and
SS'r; hr andTKMrs-Jay Janis-,ive in N
Miami Beach ... The young couple recently be-
sister Laura, 2* ""^ "* ParenU f a Sn' Jeffre*' wh W"-
iTnivSS ^HS'clly,ShVaCa.ti!)n '" California a'so included a visit to
| Universal Studios, where they watched the filming of "The Great
imposter, and met stars Tony Curtis and Edmund O'Brien
Side trips took up the balance of several weeks on the coast, among
them a visit to Palm Springs, with the mercury climbing to 102
Further plans are for a stay in San Francisco and Las Vegas"
then on to Baltimore, Md., and a mountain vacation in Pennsyl-
vania Miami-bound after that? Not on your life for busy Ethel
and Sally ... It 11 be Hot Springs, Ark., before they return home.
* ,.
v uMr'^ "' L^'S E' PaUot lefl Miami on J"ne 7 for New
York and the Queen Elizabeth, where they entertained in their state
rooms for friends and relatives from New Y6rk, Connecticut and
Maryland, who came to see them off ... The couple's two-month
tour abroad will include England, Belgium, Holland, Germany,
Switzerland, Italy, and France ... In England, they will visit
with members of their family ... The Pallots arc also scheduled
i to meet her sister-in-law and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Solloway
jof Miami Beach, in Switzerland Prior to their leaving Miami]
Ihey were entertained at a number of bon voyage luncheons and
I dinners in their honor, including a going-away partv hosted by
their children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Katzen, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
ton Pallot, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pallot.
Telegram to Mrs. Sidney (Esther) Schwartz from Mrs. Solo-
IfTion (Edith) Margolis, president of the Greater Miami Women's
Committee for Brandeis University, attending a recent convention
[in Boston, informing Esther that she had been selected to the
lational board of the organization .
Mrs. Isaac (Belle) Levin entertained during the American
|Medical Assn. convention here Guests included her nephew,
)r. Philip Jacobson, of Petersburg, Pa., and Dr. Aaron Robinson,
tf Baltimore, Md. .
Among guests at the exciting evening Saturday when Mrs.
rranklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the new Washington Federal
bJdg. ... All the CourshonsArthur is chairman of the board
!r. and Mrs. Gotfried Newman. Dr. and Mrs. William Bernstein,
Jr. and Mrs. Irving Rothman, Mrs. Ben Gillerhe's still under
he weatherthe Arthur Rosichans, and their son Dick .
The "Pops" season opened at the Beach Auditorium, and ris-
Bg to cheer the traditional "Stars and Stripes" were Mrs. Flor-
ence Pick, newly-married WAHR exec Dick Lapidus and his bride,
Ir. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mayor and Mrs. Shepard Broad, Mr.
^xid Mrs. Harry Orleans Also, Laura Laskin and Rose Kesser
nth Ruth and Murray Kaufman, who were squiring their attrac-
|lve daughter Mary Anne.

Harold Rifas, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Rifas, 4635 Granada
blvd., Coral Gables, back home from Washington and Lee Univer-
sityand checked into Mt. Sinai Hospital the following day for
urgery Now "hobbling" on crutches, he's attending summer
kchool at the University of Miami Sister Harriet, also attend-
ing summer sessions, is acting as his chauffer Their mother,
luth, leaves for Chicago on Friday to attend a wedding .
His grandmother, Mrs. Dora Wattenberg, and aunt, Miss Mir-
iim Wattenberg, of New York City, came down last weekend to
Mtend the Bar Mrtzvah of Bernard Dov Relier Luncheon at
be Eden Roc was hosted later by Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Relier .
Marriage counselor Samuel G. Kling's column will be absent
|trom The Jewish Floridian for the next few weeks The nation-
jJly-renowned author and his wife, Sadie, will be at the swank
Essex House on Central Park South in New York for several weeks.

Busy three-some this week: internationally-known Lin Root,
bf Reader's Digest, member of the board of governors of the Over-
leas Press Club, being entertained by Helen Alpert, of First Re-
tirement Foundation, and their man-about-town escort, "Cash''
^'ashman, of Surfside .
Ellen, Alice and Marcia Barry changing their names to Elee-
kheva Rivkaw, Ahuvaw Shulamith. and Malkaw Chanaw Bat
Boneh, and going to live in Israel's artist colony at Safed Mal-
kaw already an accomolished artist at 11, and Ahuvaw commands
BUention with her writing Drowess at 12 Ellee's parents, Mr.
Mrs. Sam Ravitz, long-time Miamians of 27 years standing,
plsn entertaining prospects of going to Israel ...
While visiting in Nassau last week, Jewish Floridian women s
fcrfitor, Edith Applebaum, attended a farewell party at Govern-
ien*. House, with Sir Raynor Arthur as host He's retiring
overnor of the Bahamas .
Eugene Lyon visiting in Alexandria, Va.. where he's attending
he graduation of the Lyons' youngest son, Jose M. Weill, from
ihe University of Maryland Jose is a career man in the L.S.
iir Force, and graduated on the Dean's List The couple are
Owners of the Blackstone Flower Shops .
Inez Krensky and her two daughters, Mrs. Harry (Marilyn)
^mith and Mrs. Tom (Judy) Girard, made a striking threesome at
he matinee tea for the Miss Universe Beauty Pageant at the
oney last Friday Inez is chairman of hostesses Pat Brom"
trg acted as chairman of the afternoon Guests included Mrs
lal (Sophia) Englander, Mrs. Harold (Sally) Spaet, Mrs Irving
fazel) Cypen, Mrs. Milton (Miriam) Sirkin, Mrs. Kenneth (Ger-
ude) Ok, Mrs. Samuel (Sadie) Kling, and Mrs. Louis (Ruth)
Jidney.
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Hardly relaxed after her trip to Russia. Sue Stevens, her Ber-
le, and their three children are off on a tour of the Wild west .
Doris Kolber and Irving Kalman exchange vows exactly eleven
>ys from Monday Doris entertained at a shower at Beach
rdine's by women's staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
jon .
Richard and Ruth Sirkin in from San Francisco for the first
-ne since they were married three years ago uic: was in
frvice two years, and is now in real estate^ advertising ^h the
V Mateo Times ... It was open house for the family at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin Sunday ... In addition 26 of the
uple's old school friends were guests at a special buet d'"ner
. Joining in all the fun with the Sirkins were Ruth s parents.
and Mrs. Oscar Sindell.
"eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 24, 1960
Section B
Pioneer Women
In Summer Work
Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, presi-
dent of Kadimah chapter of Pio-
neer Women, announces the first
summer project in the form of a
theater party on Wednesday eve-
ning at the Coconut Grove Play-
house.
"Westsido Story," with Julius La
Rosa in the lead, has been chosen
for the project. Mrs. Cele Segal is
chairman.
*
A Pioneer Women's Choral Group
has been developed by the Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Club Eilath. In charge of informa-
tion is Mrs. Eva Levenson.
Miss Anne Crawford discu^ed
creative writing at a meeting on
Wednesday evening before mem-
bers of Club Eilath at the Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.
Flag of the State of Florida is presented to Mrs. Louis Gold-
man, president of the Miami chapter of Hadassah, by Gov.
LeRoy Collins at ceremonies in Tallahassee. Ths flag will fly
in the "Avenue of American State Flags" during the Aug. 3
dedication of the new Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical
Center at Kiryat Hadassah.
Gov. Collins Presents Florida State Flag
To Hadassah Leader for Dedication Fete
Gov. LeRoy Collins this week
presented the state flag of Flor-
ida, which is destined for Israel,
to a representative of Hadassah,
the Women's Zionist Organization
of America.
The state flag will be included in
an "Avenue of American State
Flags" at special ceremonies Aug.
3 for the dedication of the $25 mil-
lion Hadassah Hebrew University
Medical Center at Kiryat Hadas-
sah on the western outskirts of
Jerusalem.
Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, of Coral
Gables, president of the Miami
chapter of Hadassah, and Medical
Oatal! chairman for the State of
Florida, was present at the cere-
monies in Tallahassee, and said
that "the Avenue of American
State Flags will symbolize the
bridge of understanding between
the democracies of the United
States and Israel."
Flags of all 50 states in the
American Union will be represent-
ed at the dedication of the Medi-
cal Center, Mrs. Goldman said.
Scheduled speakers at the cere-
monies Aug. 3 include Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion of Israel,
Ogden Reid, United States Am-
bassador to Israel and other lead-
ers in the Israel government.
The Florida state flag will be
taken to Jerusalem by the Hadas-
sah pilgrimage to Israel, which
leaves New York City aboard the
SS Independence on July 12.
In presenting the flag to Mrs.
Goldman, Gov. Collins paid trib-
ute to Hadassah as "an organiza-
tion dedicated to advancing the
frontiers of healing, teaching and
medical research, not only for the
State of Israel but for science and
all mankind.
"We are proud of the role that
the women in our state have play-
ed and are playing to further the
objectives of Hadassah, a great
American organization functioning
in the spirit of a great American
tradition, which underscores the
importance of helping people to
help themselves," the Governor
said. "We applaud them, as well
as the national leaders of Hadas-.
sah. for their tenacity, zeal and de-
Membership Dessert Coffee
Membership dessert coffee will
be held by the sisterhood of the
North Shore Jewish Center on
Wednesday noon. The member-
bring-a-member affair is scheduled
for the home of Mrs. Franklin Nan-
kin, 1000 88th st., Surfside. Pro-
gram theme is "Wedding Bells."
Chairman is Mrs. Hyman Bergad,
Co-chairman Mrs. Jack Sperans.
votion which have made possible
the reaction of one of the finest
medical centers in the world, the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center.
Mrs. Goldman said that the new
center will include the Hebrew-Un-
iversity medical school, a 500-bed
teaching hospital with service lab-
oratories, separate mother and
child pavilion for maternity and
infant care, the Rosensohn Outpa-
tient Clinic, to serve more than
200,000 patients annually, and the
Henrietta Szold school of nursing
and residence."
It will also include the newest
model Cobalt Bomb for cancer re-
search and high voltage therapy.
Closed Circuit, color television
units will be installed to enable
students to observe brain, heart
and chest survey.
Mrs. Mack Sherman, newly-installed president of Sunshine
chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will have the assistance of vice
presidents (from left) Mrs. Jack Goldbert, Mrs. Phil Straus. Mrs.
Nathan Miller, and Mrs. Charles Milstein. Installation was
held at the Americana hotel, with Mrs. Gerald Soltz as in-
stalling officer. Members are planning a silver tea.


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Woman Elected
Temple Prexy
By Special Report
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Mr*. Jean C. Lehman (left), outgoing president of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Women's Organization*, presents an award,
with warm greeting, to Mrs. Anna Brenner Mtyers. CJA cam-
paign chairman of the Women's Division, at Federation's 22nd
annaul meeting last Thursday in the ftsrirnnci hotel.
Women's Group
Elects Beachite
Brandeis University National
Women's CiwitHf this week an-
nounced the flection u> the nation-
al board of .Mrs Sidney M.
Schwartz, of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Schwartz, a life member of
he National Women's Committee,
has served the Greater Miami
chapter as treasurer for two years,
and mere recently as president for
three consecutive terms
At pcesent. .-.h< li serving as re-
cording secreta-'- <~* '-< '"-- -
Miami Section of National Council
of Jewish Women, and m en .... ..
visory council of the Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations
Mrs. Schwartz also serves on the
board of Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom. of which she is a life mem-
ber.
V YORK > **il*ner<*.
. to be named to serve a Re-
form Temple hen I and
installed Monday night M OT '
dent of the annual coneregational
meeting of Larchmon: Tempie.
Mn Mavr.ee Merm-v. mm UD-
inimously chosen by the members
of the congregation on a singK
slate ballot.
In a message of congratulations.
Rabbi Maurice N. E:.-endrah. pres
'dent of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations Jerlared
that "your election exemplifies
and validates the efforts of Reform
Judaism to emancipate women in ;
synagogue life. We have repeat- *
eafly stressed equality of the seats,
in worship, home rebgies* obsesv- j
ante, aad leadership of the teevl
pie You aw the first to he so her I
oed in the New York metropolitan
ares. By honering you. the eougsc-
eetion honors itself and the liberal
riesuocrawc sp'rrt which Refoom
hes infused into Judaism.''
Rabbi Eiseudratb staled that a
number of women previously hase ------------------------------------------
'been named presidents of their!
congregations. They also serve on AfofffrCeffo Registration Set
the UAHC's Board of Trustees. Re-
gional Boards and their own Tem-
ple Boards.

B
-^^jjgts
Regional phase of the National Bible Contest is highliqhj
at the annual meeting of toe Bureau of Jewish Education Mai
30 at the Foatainebleau. Left to right are lonaihon C. Sham|
Monticello Fade Cenqregation. junior dirisxD and let*-)
Hurwitx. Temple Zamara. senior division. )udges were tJ
Hessel KJephsz, Herbert Berger. and Louis Schwartzman, *|
urive director of the Bureau.
Larchmont Tempie :s one of the
606 member congregations of the
UAHC in the Western Hemisohere.
Education committee of Con-
gregation Monticello Park reli-
gious school announces registra-
tion is now open for all depart-
ments. Enrollment is expected to
'increase by 85 percent tins
spokesmen for the school i
Some 500 students wen
during the 185S-60 sesHster. .
istration begin; Sunday from I j
to 1 p. m.. and will conti
throughout the week
ms. ute; nut huh
Mrs. Krensky
In Top Position
Mrs. Inez Krensky has been
named vice president of the Fed
e ration of Jewish Women's Organ
izat on?, in charge of communitv
nteen services, one of FJWO's
major fuccta ns.
She will be re-pansible for direct
ing and organizing. Dade county
women power in volunteer
Mrs. Roosevelt h Jomic
Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt will be
he topic of a lecture by Dr. Abra
ham Wolfson in the gardens of the
Blackstone hotel on Friday at 6:30
p.m.
for community wide drives and
projects approved by FJWO. >uch
as i>e United Fund.
Mrs Krensky has been active in
top level capacities with the Wom-
en's Division of the Combine.. J ish Appeal.

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^Jewist} itcfAnofi
ilda Meir Gets
isc. U. Citation
_3ISON, Wjfc^JUi-^rael's
eign Minister Golda Meir Mon-
p received an honorary Doctor
Laws degree from the Univer-
> of Wisconsin at the univer-
r'8 annual commencement here.
I similar degree was conferred
nday on the Foreign Minister by
ith College, Northampton, Mass.
[Mrs. Meir was guest of honor
cently at a reception in Mil-
lukee tendered jointly by the
diversity of Wisconsin and the
Wisconsin Society of Jewish Learn-
The Israel Foreign Minister
ped in Milwaukee before she
nigrated to Palestine, and at-
nded the Milwaukee State Nor-
Eal School, now the University of
Wisconsin. She was described by
he chairman conferring the de-
Tee as "one of the truly great
omen of our contemporay world."
[The Wisconsin university cita-
read: "Golda Meir, because in
r long and distinguished life of
blic service, you have been true
| the highest ideals of patriotism;
cause you have fought courage-
sly to protect human dignity in
[troubled world; and because our
piversity would like to claim
me small share in shaping those
rly dreams and hopes to which
r later life has given vitality
substance, I am happy to wel-
ae you back to Wisconsin and to
fer upon you the honorary de-
e, Doctor of Laws."
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Donald Swartz, assistant principal, English Department, He-
brew Academy, presents The Jewish Floridian Journalism
Medal to Trudy Gertler. daughter of Judge and Mrs. Charles
Gertler, of Miami Beach, at the Academy's recent ninth grade
graduation exercises at the Algiers hotel.
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Miami Beach ZOA
Elects Sherman
AI Sherman has been elected
president of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District.
Sherman is president of the
Men's Club of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center. He is a past president
of the 100 Club of Dade County,
comptroller of the Jewish National
Fund, member of the board of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, and
chairman of Bonds for Israel in
the North Shore area.
Commissioner of boxing of the
City of Miami Beach, he is on the
governor's committee of the physi-
cally handicapped.
Also elected ware honorary
post president, AI Ossip; honor-
ary vies presidents, Ban Appal,
Jack Fishmsn and Abo Rubin;
vice presidents, Paul Kwitney,
Dove Goodwin, Joshua Raphun
and Louis Rabinowitz, financial
secretary and treasurer, Herman
Waintraub; secretary and comp-
troller, Joe Mayers.
Elected as board members are
Joseph Alter, Rabbi Alexander
Gross, Joseph Amigo, David L.
Trask, Herbert L. Heiken, Theo-
dore M. Trushin, Jack Alexander,
Samuel Aronstein. Herman Basch,
B. I. Binder, Daniel Broad, Stuart
Cutler. Dr. A. Wolfson, I. J. Edel-
stein, Judge Mai Englander, Sam
Friedman. Ferdinand Garfield,
Ben Giller, Ben Zion Ginsburg,
S. A. Goodman, Harry Gordon, Saul
Jacobs, Saul Kenholz, Dr. Zev Ko-
gan. Sam Lachman, Sam Landau,
Edward Lassman.
Harry M. Larer, AI Lefkowite,
Dr. Irving Lehman, John L. Lei-
bowitz, Kolman Luria, Harry I.
Magid, AI Osheroff, Joseph Pardo,
Ben Ziegmund, Abe Perlmutter,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platoff, David
Provus, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky, Sidney Raymond, Samuel
Reinhard, Julius Rosenstein, Bur-
nett Roth, Raymond Rubin, Mrs.
Fanny Ruddy, Abraham Schafer,
Irving Schatzman, Israel Schenk-
man, Harold J. Segal, Harold Sha-
piro, Elias Siegehnan, William SU-
verstein. Harold Spaet, Herman
Wilson, Joseph Spar, Samuel Aro-
stein. Dr. William H. Slander, Jul-
ius Trushin.
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
meet Tuesday noon for lunch at
Wolfson Auditorium. The function
will be followed by a card parly.
Chairman is Mrs. Jean Reiehek.
Mrs. Sol Rubin is in charge of res-
ervations. Mrs. Joseph Ruffner is
Sisterhood president.
^GUST BROS RVf
Time Change for Program
Simon Seiden, director of the
Jewish Forum on the Air, has an-
nounced a time change for his
weekly Yiddish language program.
Beginning Sunday, the program
will be heard at 11 a.m. over sta-
tion WMIE.
By Special Report
NEW YORK Dr. Joseph J
. chwri2>-vicc president of the-Is-
rael Bond Organization has re-
ceived the honorary degree of Doc-
tor of Humane Letters at com-
mencement exercises of Brandeis
University in recognition of his role
as scholar, author, and leader in
the rescue of European Jewry and
Ihe upbuilding of the State of Is-
rael.
Others who received honorary
degrees at the ninth commence-
ment exercises of Brandeis Uni-
versity were Marian Anderson, the
noted singer; Dr. Ralph Bunche,
of the United Nations; Marc Cha-
gall, artist; Dr. Brock Chisholm,
former director general of the
World Health Organization; Frank
P. Graham. UN representative for
India and Pakistan; Philip J. Noel-
Baker, distinguished British lead-
er; Clarence E. Pickett, execui.ve
secretary emeritus of the Amer-
ican Friends Service Committee;
and Dr. Eugene Rabinowich, out-
standing atomic scientist.
Dr. Schwartz' degree was award-
ed by Dr. Abram L Sachar, presi-
dent of Brandeis University. The
doctoral hood was presented to Dr.
Schwartz by Abraham Feinberg,
chairman of the board of trustees
of Brandeis University, who is also
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
Regular meeting of Tifereth Is-
rael Sisterhood will be held on,
Monday evening at the Center,
6500 N. Miami ave. Guest speaker
will be Benjamin Rubin in a tilk
on art.
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MR RUNG IS ON VACATION HIS COLUMN WILL RESUME ON HIS RETl RN
Jewish Doctor May Succeed Dr. Schweitzer
By Special Report
WASHINGTON A Jewish doc-
tor wiO be the successor to 86-year-
ckt Dr. Albert Schweitzer accord-
ing to Li>te M Ramsey. advertis-
ing executive from St Louis. Mo.
and president of the Religious Her-
itage of America.
Speak.ng at the Washington Pil-
grimage of the Religious Hentage.
Ramsey predicted that "Dr Rich-
ard Fnedmann. a 38-year-old ref-
ugee from Czechoslovakia, w ill un
doubtedly assume the leadership
of the hospital at Lambareae.
French Equatorial Afriea. when
the t:me corr
Ramsey returned last January
from an eight-week, 13-natioM
tour of Africa. He >tended tSe
15th birtMar of Or. Schwe.tter
and, d uring Km five-day visit,
spent numerous hours in private
conversation with the medical
missionary.
Members of the advisory board in-
clude Supreme Court Justice Wil
liam 0 Douglas. Rabbi Maurice N
Eisendrath. and J Edgar Hoover
Ramsey described Dr Fned-
mann as a deeply religious man
who shares with Dr. Schweitzer a
bewildering versatility. The doc-
tor is a jack of all trades." he said.
"While I was with him in Lamba-
rene. he had just installed a new
electrical plant and planned to fix
the water pumps."
"At the hospital/' continued
Ramsey, "Or. Friadmann serves
as surgeon and a-rey technician.
Everyone at the hospital agreed
that his charm and deep humani-
tarian qualities have the same
stamp of spiritual genius which
marked Dr. Schweitzer."
PARIS" tttlf Reports fea-
tured in the London press that an
lapsjl French agreement for 40
Hirag/t-3 French jet interceptors
wooid be signed during the visit
of Prime Minister David Ben-
Gunon were dented this week by a
spokesman for the French Foreign
Ministry.
Asserting that the report was
"absolutely unfounded," the
spokesman told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that Israel and
France have "open trade relations"
and such deals as that reported by
the London press were not neces-
sary.
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faith. He carries a Bible in his hip
pocket, and the Bible shows signs
of heavy use," explained Mr. Ram-
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*Jet*ist>fk>ridian
Page 5-B
n
fhe r^calm of <_5<
ocietu
Miss Weiss Weds
Jerome Schwartz
Miss Joanne Weiss became the
bride of Jerome Schwartz in a dou-
ble ring candlelight ceremony on
Sunday, June 19. at the Seville ho-
tel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman offici-
ated at the 6:30 p.m. rites, which
featured a pink and white theme.
Maid of honor for her sister was
MiM Sara Mae Weiss. Bridesmaids
included Misses Pauline Bauman.
Ruth Flatt, and Paula Goodmark.
Best man for his brother was
Stanley Schwartz. Ushers were
Jerry Kamens. Charles Cherry,
and Nelson Herzog.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Weiss. 1571 Pennsyl-
vania ave., chose a troditional wed-
ding gown of peau de soie, featur-
ing a fitted bodice, scoop neckline.
and cap sleeves. The bodice was
reembroidered with iridescent se-
quins and pearls, and the bouffant
skirt extended into a chapel train.
Long white gloves complemented
the bridal outfit.
Her three-tiered French illusion
jveil fell from a tiara of seed
'pearls. The bride carried wfiite or-
chids, stephanotis. and lily-of-the-
valley on her confirmation Bible.
Her pearl drop necklace was a
gift of the groom.
Newlywed Mrs. Schwartz is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School, where she was a member
of National Honor Society. Beta
Club, and Quill and Scroll. She re-
ceived her degree in education
this month from the University of! where he was a member of Tau
Florida, She is a member of Delta Epsilon Pi. and spent two years
n ceremony at the Seville I phi Epsiton sorority. Alpha Lamb- with the U.S. Navy. He is presently
Ida Delta freshman scholarship hon-1 associated with Kurman Compan>
ide is the daughter of Mr. ] orary. and Kappa Delta Pi educa-!of Miami.
. Sam Freeman. 10 Shore; tjon honorarv. She was elected to1
ay Heights. The groom is t},e university's Hall of Fame. The couple left for a
of Mrs. Clayton Abrams ., I honeymoon, and will live in Miami
i m m ... Omni, The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. i ""-.'
S ArecZtoTJ^- Moe Schwartz. 1529 Jefferson ave.. Beach on their return.
Bwed.
in marriage by her father.
Se wore a gown of pure silk
fea. The fitted bodice was de-
with a scalloped neckline
iported handdrawn alencon
tattered with tiny seedpearls
auins that continued to the
MKS. SAMVft AMAMS
Freeman,
tuel Abrams
[Vows Mere
lb Lynn Freeman and Sam-
jury Abrams exchanged wed
is before Rabbi Yaakov
trg on Sunday, June 19, in
Mark leys Will
Live on Beach
Roberta Sugarman is now Mrs.
Arthur B. Markley. The couple
were married Saturday evening at
he Saxony hotel. "Rabbi Irving
!.< hrman officatHd at the 7:30
?p. rfl'rlfe's.-------*r- -
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
inrl Mrs. Max Sugarman. 1523
Euclid ave. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Levy,
4C9 Surfsne blvd.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Fen-
more Puklin, the bride's sister, of
New Haven, Conn. Her niece,
Wendy Kllen Puklin. was flower-
?irl.
Robert Markley acted as best
man for his brother. Another
brother, Richard Markley. of Pitts-
;xirgh, and the groom's cousin,
Barton Walcoff. were ushers.
The bride chose a cathedral
length-train for her peau de soie
gown, featuring sweetheart neck-
line embroidery and a crown of
seed pearls. Her bouquet was of
orchids and lilv-of the \ alley on a
Bible.
Newlywed Mrs. Markley is a gra
duate of Miami Beach High School
and the University of Miami. She
is a member of Theta Sigma Phi,
national women's journalism so-
rority.
The groom attended the Univer-
Wemer- Kaha
MIS. ARTHUX MAUXL11
sity of Miami and UM law school.
. | He is vice president of Storm Mas-
ter Industries.
Reception followed the dinner at
the Saxony. After a New England
honeymoon, the couple will be ai
home at 1946 Marseilles dr., Miami
Beach.
Arilmore
Mts. tmomi scmvAiTZ
I is a Miami Beach High graduate,
attended the University of Florida.
Jamaica
Fabian, Lutsky Exchange Vows
Fay Lutsky and Perry M. Fab-
ian were married Sunday, June 19.
at the home of Rabbi Eugene La-
bowttz in a double ring ceremony
with family and close friends in
attendance.
The daughter of Mrs. Sol Ger-
ber. 846 Jefferson ave., the bride
graduated with honors from Miami
serving four years with the Navy.
He was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1968 with a
Bachelor of Science degree.
After the ceremony. Mrs. Solo-
mon held a reception for the new-
lyweds at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Arrow. 1431 Daytaaia,
rd., attended by 100 guests.
Following the reception. Mrs.
Beach High School. The groom's ^^ ^ a djnfler for fflMlbw
mother. Mrs. Gertrude M^ Selomon imniediate taimly at her
lives at 7050 Bonita dr., Miam
Beach.
Mr. Fabian attended the Univer- return, they will reside at 840 16th
of North Carolina pnor to St., Miami Beach.
home. Later, the couple lett for a
honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their
sity
[full bouffant skirt was high-
with lace appliques and the
Drmed soft pouffs that swept
egaJ train. Her crown of chan-
:e and pearls was caught
J of pure silk French illusion
rried her confirmation Bible
bouquet of white orchids.
Micki Morris was maid of
Bridesmaids were Miss Bar-
tlsrael, cousin of the bride,
(Lynn Brown, Miss Sue Ray
lar.. cousin of the groom, and
[Carole Berman.
[Epstein, brother-in law of the
was best man. Ushers were
Kahn, jr.. Gilbert Halpern,
B8 Loeb ad Gilbert Freeman,
bride graduated from Em-
Juiversity, where she was a
er of Alpha Eptson Phi. Mr.
graduated from Georgia
ate Technology where he ma-
il industrial engineering, and
r member of Phi Epsilon Pi.
presently working toward a
's degree.
f-town guests included Mr.
Joseph Israel and fam-
Bw York; Mr. and Mrs. Ep-
[Laredo, Tex.: Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman and Mr. and Mrs.
ernian and Mr. and Mrs.
[Samuels, Miss. Also present
bride's grandmother. Mrs.
, Hauser.
' a trip through Florida, the
Oil reside in Atlanta, where
is employed.
dras, Siege!
jd Mrs. Robert Kanzer, of
[announce the marriage of
aughter, Joan Ruth Siegcl.
John Andras. The wedding
ice on Sunday. June 19.
tple will live in Waikiki, Ha-
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Teacher, Law
Student Marry
H.lene Ruth Rosner is now Mrs.
v Harry Hyman. The couple ex-
2e-i wedding vows on Sunday,
Jure 19. at the Dupont Plaza ho-
fa I Rabbi Solomon Schiff offrctai-
e 1 ne bride is the daughter of Mr.
*r<: Mrs. Abe Rosner. 1460 West
' Tae groom's parents are the
AJf\ Hymans, Long Branch. N.J.
'Jatron of honor was the bride'*
er. Mrs. Anita Friedman. Sid-
Bej Sandow was best man, and
tubers included Larry Tobis. Joe
ik Abe Friedman, and Shel
4oa Green.
Newljrwed Mrs. Hyman is a Mi-
ar Beach High School and L'ni-
^' ity of Miami graduate She is
a eacher. The groom attended
Tf rr.ple University, and it a student
' the University of Miami law
deception followed the ceremony
at "he Dupont Plaza. After a vacation in Long Branch, the
< le will reside at 19551 NW 1st
t Miami.
*JewisSinor*Mar7
Friday, Jum ^ J
Miss Turtle Weds
Murray Gellen
>'is> Joan Carol Turtle is the
br;< e of Murray I. Gellen. The
COi ->le exchanged vows on Sunday.
tun* 19. at Temple Israel, with
W Joseph Narot officiating.
Tin bride is the daughter of Mrs.
2 Ttirtle. 1560 Pennsylvania
; and the late Sidney Turtle.
TN eroom is the son of Mrs. Lil-
lian E Gellen. 1615 Michigan ave.
Ann Turtle was maid of
ho- r Adam Kammski served as
be--- man.
"iride attends the University
of lami. where she is secretary of
Inega Pi. business education
t. rary. past secretary of the As-
t> < ated Women Students, member
oi the Student Education Assn.. and
president of Business Educa-
ti *f
r. Gellen received his Bache-
Ici degree from the University of
I necticut and a Master's degree
1 .- i the University of Miami. He
i- member of Phi Delta Kappa.
< ation honorary, and teachers
P8J hology at North Miami High
School
reception followed the 11:30 a.m.
c- mony at the Barcelona hotel.
After a New England honeymoon.
the couple will be at home at 692
* 132nd st.. No Miami
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Peau de Soie
For Mrs. Adler
Temple Israel was the site of the
marriage vow* spoken by Miss San-
dra Nelen Bossak and Bert Seth
Adler on Sunday evening. June 19.
RaBbl Joseph Narot officiated at
the 6:30 p.m. candlelight, double
ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak,
3894 NW 2nd ter.. Miami. The
groom is the son of Mrs. Morris
Adler. of Raleigh, N.C., and the
late Mr. Adler.
The bride was attired in a pure
silk peau de soie gown designed
with an open neckline and outlined
with hand-drawn alencon lace. The
sleeves tapered to wrist points,
with the lace applique I in an elon-
gated apron effect on the flat front
of the bell skirt. Soft back poufs
and the full bouffant skirt ended in
a regal train.
The bride completed her ensem-
ble with a four-tier veil of imported
silk illusion draped on a crown of
seed pearls. She carried her con-
firmation Bible in a bouquet of
white orchids and white feathered
carnations. The ring was her ma-
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and Mrs. Samuel J. Sperber. 1917
NW 4th st. The groom is the son
of Mr Arthur Deutsch. 3502 SW
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was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
included Judith Lefcoe and Marie
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Stanley Harris was best man, and
ushers included George Lefcoe,
Louis Silver, and Harold Thomp-
son.
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featuring a chapel train. Her bou-
quet was of two large white orchids
and five smaller orchids on a pray-
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: year, and is a past president of
Tags. B'nai B'rith Girls.
The groom, a 1956 graduate of
Miami High, attends the school of
I architectural engineering at the
;University of Miami.
Dinner and dance followed the
ceremony at the hotel. After a tour
;of Florida, the couple will be at
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Newlywed Mrs. Adler graduated
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University of Miami, where she was
a member of Alpha Lambda Delta.
Kappa Delta Pi. and Phi Kappa Phi.
Last year, she taught third grade.
The groom graduated from Har-
grave Military Academy and Mars
Hill Junior College. He attended
the University of North Carolina
and University of Miami, where he
belonged to Tau Delta Phi. He is
in business in Raleigh.
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Temple.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Rapoport. Mrs.
Samuel Rapoport, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Rapoport. and Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Cohn. New York City; Mr.
.and Mrs. Earl Wilborn and d
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Page 7-B
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|E Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Vation held its 22nd annual
ling June 16 at the Ameri-
hotel.
Hrs. Jay I. Kislak wife of the
Veer chairman, chose a silk or-
|fca over cotton print for the
ling. She was very comfort-
and attractive in her black
organza that was banded in
Ck peau de soie. The bodice
fitted and skirt featured the
trollid fullness of the bell
pe.
IThite lace was the selection of
|rs. Paul Rimmeir. Her ensem-
consisted of a sleeveless
sath with a short Chanel style
ret with three-quarter length
Ms,
Irs. Arnold Seeder wore an
llian silk print sheath. Tones
shades of blues and greens
ibined into an interesting pat-
on white. Her satin shoes
re dyed to match one of the
e vivid greens.
brilliant emerald green silk
Miss Gail Rosenthal. attired
sheath with a scoop neckline
an excellent example of clas-
linet.
[rs. Leon Kronish wore a gold
le sheath jhirtwaist. Wife of
executive director, Mrs. Ar-
jr Rosichan, chose a muted
ral blue peau de soie featuring
[modified harem skirt.

? RESIDENT of the Federation
of Jewish Women's Organiza-
tns, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. selected
Efrhort formal with a black matte
rsey bodice featuring a bateau
ckline in front and dropping to
scoop in back. Her skirt
is black point d'esprit over a
ik beige taffeta. Outing
tsident, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
black chiffon. The sheath
softened with chiffon pan-
jrs attached to the back neck-
line and then caught in the front
low at the hemline.
Mrs. Betty Feuer chose a white
silk with a large floral print of
peacock and blue. Her dress was
a sheath with a matching full-
length theatre coat in white tex-
tured fabric from Switzerland,
and featuring appliques of the
floral print in her dress.
Celebrating their 31st wedding
anniversary were Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers. She wore a
black silk sheath, with a wide
Empire line cummerbund in peau
de soie that cascaded down the
back into a pair of flowing pan-
niers.
Mrs. Milton Friedman chose a
white pique print featuring pea-
cock blue flowers. Soft green
tones made up the foliage print.
Her bodice featured an Oriental
touch in the comers of the low
neckline, and her skirt was the
bell shape.
w
IFE of the president of Fed-
eration^Mrs. Sam J. Heiman.
appeared in a green silk print of
gold and mint greens blended on
white. Her surplice bodice ended
in a full skirt, and she wore a bib
of green and clear crystals.
Mrs. Leo Chaikin selected a
dress with a white silk organza
bodice appliqued with lace and
trimmed with rhinestones. The
sheath skirt was a black silk peau
de soie.
Mrs. Marvin Rauzin wore a
white pique with black velvet
trim. The popular bell shaped
skirt was emphasized in detail
with the black.
Mrs. Sam Blank chose an oyster
and white silk and ribbon knit
from Paris. Her triangular-shaped
stole was embroidered in irides-
cent sequins.
*
CUNDAY night was Beth Dav-
* id's evening farewell tribute
to Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Sev-
eral hundred members of the
community attended the affair.
Toastmaster was Stanley
Myers. His mother wore a silk
print with a design from India ex-
ecuted in vivid colors.
Mrs. Issac Halif came in from
Havana for the occasion in a pink
linen sheathe with a floral design
appliqued down the front. With
her was her long time friend.
Mrs. Harry Gordon in a black and
white checked gingham, featuring
a tiered skirt.
Mrs. Sam Spector was in the
audience, making a rare public
appearance after a recent illness.
Mrs. Rosenberg chose a classic
sheath shirtwaist for the evening.
The high bouquet of red roses,
presented to her on behalf of the
Sisterhood, showed up well
against the soft beige color of her
dress.
Werner-Kahn
Klugers Will
Live in Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kluger will
live in Miami after they return
from their honeymoon in Mexico
City.
The- sky room of Um Dupont
Plaza hotel was the site of the cou-
ple's wedding on Sunday, June
19. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated
at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony.
- The former Eleanor Mae Weiner
is the daughter of the Albert Wein-
ers, 1770 SW 21st st. The eroom
is the son of Mrs. Mina Kluger,
2103 SW 7th st., and the late Jul-
ius Kluger.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Jay
Jason. Miss Sue Pesacov was maid
of honor. Miss Felice Freedman,
Miss Fran Gitlin, and Miss Lor-
raine Caminiti were bridesmaids.
Robert Fishman was best man.
and ushers included Buddy Litt,
Norman Luger, and Bob Ruben-
stien.
Newlywed Mrs. Kluger is major-
ing in elementary education at the
University of Miami. The groom
is a U M alumnus, and president
of the Burger Specialty Co.
Dinner and reception for 200 fol-
lowed at the Dupont Plaza.
am. NAI0U Kt*C*
Music Program Friday
Several outstanding artists will
present a pre-Bach to post-bop pro-
gram at the Fine Arts Conserva-
Itory's annual concert on Friday at
I Northwestern High School Audi-
'torium. Juilliard trained concert
violinist, Serita Rubinstein Dines,
a member of the Pittsburgh Sym-
phony Orchestra, will perform.
Also appearing will be Ruth Wolk-
owsky Greenfield, pianist-composer.
Swim Dance Saturday
Temple Zion Sisterhood will hold
a swim dance on Saturday evening
at the Collins Terrace hotel. The
program will include a women's
beachware fashion show and men's
bathing beauty contest. Mrs. Sam
Gordon is chairman.
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Judea in Coral Gables, where the
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Jewisi> fkrMian
Friday, June 24. I960
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl I
NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Mr and Mrs Sam Ni-berg. accom
panied by their daughter. Mrs. William Schwarzman, made it an all
family affair at the annual convention of B'nai B'rith District Five
the past week in Norfolk
Nieoerg, state president, and his wife and daughter, all of wttom
have been associated wi:h local B'nai B'rith ergentietions, had a
happy reunion with many friends from out-of-state at the record-
breaking convention.
Paul Pollak. veteran Beach hotel and motel owner, on the mend
after surgery, at Mt. Sinai.
Taxi tycoon Bill Segal, Mickey Kraus and Fred Aaronson airing
their views over the Japanese Government crisis while breakfasting
before their Sunday round of golf at Bayshore.
Seymour Weiss moving his Fruit Bowl quarters on Lincoln rd.
further east, opposite the Beach Theatre. Will be ready for the fall
and w inter business.
The Louis Pallots, on a two-month tour of Europe, are joining
her sister and brother-in-law, the Sam Solloways, who are new in
Switzerland.
Beaming parents are Attorney and Mrs. Alexander Rubin, of Mi-
ami Beach. Their son. Robert E.. has been graduated from Harvard
summa cum laude. and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He's still de
liberating whether to go on to law school, or pursue a teaching career.
Last week was a busy one for the Alexander Kogans, whose
future daughter in-law, Carol Steinmarder, of New York, visited
here and was liotN-J at a whirl of parties. She will become the bride
of Alexander, jr., in Manhattan on Sept. 10.
The Lewis (Durable Awning) Jordans will welcome a third addi-
tion to the family come November.
Mel Cohen, the produce exec, took his eyes off the new tomato
and strawberry crop long enough to go nine holes at Bayshore in the
late afternoon with Dr. Julian Rickles. Red I.ubin and Dr. Ben Miller.
Dress manufacturers Leo and Phyllis Diamond just joined the
summer stomp to Europe. It'll be a combination business and pleas-
ure trip for them, looking over the style trends in women's dresses
in France, Italy. Switzerland and England.
Sune.vs Story: Lou Taylor and Sam Edelson opening their own
handbag manulacturing plant in Hialeah.
Martin Bhiiiienthal is the new president of the Florida Aluminum
Window and Door Manufacturers' Assn.
Larry W. Adler. of the Beach, met his future bride at the Uni-
versity of Indiana. She's Ruthlee Figlure. of Fredericktown. Md. He
majored in journalism there.
* *
FILM FARE: James Stewart returns to the wars again in "The
Mountain Road." opening today at the Miami. Carib and Miracle
Theatres. He heads a seven-man Army demolition team in China in
Werld War II. The Japs are but 40 miles away and advancing fast
on the airtield where Jimmy and his crew are the last garrison He has
to make up his mind whether to withdraw the men by plane or blow I
up the field and retreat by truck, destroying the area's only road !
behind them.
Romantic interest is interposed by Lisa Lu, an Oriental beauty
"* eam" Hollywood via Honolulu where she was a newspaper .
woman.
Billy Wilder, probably Hollywood's top comedv director attested
to by his previous and hilarious "Some Like it Hoi." keeps his rating
untarnished with his latest side splitter, "The Apartment." Jack I.em-
men who was one of the stars of "SL1H," titillates again with his
spoofing in this one. joined by Shirley MacLaine and Fred MacMurray i
It s at the Olympia. Beach and Gables. j
* -tt
.w1T" S'DES .F E BAV: Juli,ls La Ros > a cast loaded
with bright young talent is making "West Side Story" one of the most I
delightful productions ever spotlighted a4 the Coconut Grove Play-i
house. Supporting him is Gaby Monet. The musical plays through the'
week, winding up July 3.
Top entertainment at the Beach hotels continues in the revue
ve*n. Extravaganza Latina" is the Latin-American stage fiesta in
the La Ronde of Fontainebieau. Lenny Dawson and his orchestra
S2?SVS rU,*ie,Fr^dy Ca'' oreh** -hamate, for dancing
wrm Bobby Fields Trio in the Boom Boom room of the same hotel.
At the Deauville. Larry Steele's "Smart Affairs" keeps stepping
long in the Casanova room. Singer Napoleon Reed is the headliner
of the sparkling show.
Eden Roc confines its entertainment during the summer to Harry's
American Bar. featuring the music of singer Damita Jo and her band
and Louis Varonas Latin tunesters. Jackie Heller is the singing
*
TIPS ON TABLES: Although Michel's is only open three days a
week. Friday. Saturday and Sunday, banquets and large parties have
been plentiful at the Normandy Isles Kosher restaurant The North
Shore Jewish Center Men's Club recently honored Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz there, and topped the dinner occasion by presenting him with a
trip to Israel.
The Candlelight Inn has been busier than ever taking care of the
hungry theatregoers en route to Coconut Grove Playhouse Henrv
Lettson's big treat there: thick juicy prime ribs of beef, and reason-
ably priced, too.
This has been a record-breaking month for Harold Pont and
Irving Gordon's catering service. Remember, ifs Junethe wed-
ding month. But they'll cater for any affair, and come up with some
unusual features, too. Just give 'em a buzz.
The true Continental cuisine, with French accent, is what makes
Maxim's tick. It's menu is a real eye opener, with many dishes you'll
find nowhere else, but in Parisand at the Surfside restaurant.
Mentioned Fu Manchu's fine dinner service, but it's time we said
something again about the reasonably priced Cantonese luncheon of-
ferings. You'll lick your chops(ticks). Some pun.
T Branch
Names Director
Philip Millstein has been ap-
pointed as new branch director of
the Southwest YMHA Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, it was announced
by Efraim H. Gale, executive di-
rector.
Millstein's first major responsi-
bility will be the direction of Camp
Kadimah, the summer day camp
to be conducted by the Southwest
"Y" for eight weeks beginning
June 20.
Millstein has a Master's degree
in social group work from the
New York School of Social Work.
For the past four years, he serv-
ed as program director for the
Emanu-EI Brotherhood in New
York. Prior to that, he was as-
sociated in various supervisory
capacities with centers in New
York and Toledo, O.
Following the operation of the
summer day camp. Millstein will
assume full responsibility for the
direction of the total program of
the Southwest Branch, which in-1
eludes services to the preschool I
child, elementary school age level,,
junior and senior high, adult and
senior citizen. The Southwest'
YMHA is located at 7215 Coral \
Way. and is a beneficiary agency!
of the United Fund and Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Larry Seitlin
Wins New Award
Lorry Seitlin. 11-year-old Miami
youth who will be attending Pal-
metto Junior High School in Sep-
ember. left Sunday for Norfolk.
V;i where he was entertained at
i lunchexlh* oil a IV S.-arrcraft car-
rier
From there. Larry's itinerary
us week include.i trips to Balti-
more and Washington. The starry-
eyed youth ends his trip with two
xciling days in New York City.
How did he manage it? Larry.
son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Seitlin.
11640 SW 69th ct.. is one of 70
Miami youths chosen from among
1.500 paper carriers for the Miami
News and cited for outstanding
achievement in subscription sales.
Larry was named "Carrier of the
Week" by The Miami News last
Floes f be Presented
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary 681 will hold special
| Julv 4 ceremonies at Haleah city
| Hall. The veterans organization
will present new 50 star flags to
l the cities of Hialeah and Miami
Springs. Hialeah Mayor Henry Mil-
arTrlr-r 'and Miami Spring* Mayor
James Allen will accept the pres-
entations.
Holds Dessert Luncheon
Mrs. Bess Schonberg. member-
ship chairman of the Miami Worn-
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held a membership dessert lunch-'
eon at her home. 410 Candia ave
Coral Gables, on Tuesday.
December, when he was awarded
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J3r "Cottage for,. You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian
A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to eacn
mother of a Bar or Bas AAitzvah if requested a month in advance
Jeffrey Kimmal
Bar MiUvah of Jeffrey A. Kim
iBiel will be celebrated on Saturday
(morning, June 25, at Temple
Emanu-El, with Rabbi Irving Uhr-
[ man officiating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Kim-
|mel, Jeffrey is a seventh grade stu-
|dent at Nautilus Junior High, and
attends Temple Emanu-el religious
school.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr
STEVEN
LINDA
MICHAEL
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Charles, Mr.
land Mrs. J. Kesler, Mr. and Mrs.
jM. D. Karger and Mrs. J. Kurtz,
[all of New York.
Reception in Jeffrey's honor will
[.follow at the Deauville hotel.

Michael Rappaport
North Shore Jewish Center will
[be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Michael Rappaport on Saturday
morning, June 25. Rabbi Mayer
I Abramowitz will officiate.
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rappaport, is a student in
the religious school of the Center,
and attends Nautilus Junior High.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. M. Mitchell, Great
Neck, NY.; Mr. and Mrs. C. Gil-
man and daughter, Lori, Oceanside,
N.Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. William
Shoff and son, Ira, also Oceanside.
Reception in Michael's honor
will follow at the Carillon hotel.
* t
Seymour Foos
Rabbi David Herson will officiate
at the Bar MiUvah of Seymour
Myron Foos on Saturday morning,
June 25. at Beth Emeth Congrega-
tion. Seymour is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph J. Foos, 14602 NW
13th rd. He is a student in the re-
ligious school of Beth Emeth, and
attends Thomas Jefferson Junior
High, where he belongs to the band.
He is also a member of Boy Scout
Troop 408.
In addition to reading the Haf-
torah, Seymour will conduct the
Shacharis service. Kiddush in his
honor will follow.

St*van Kirshner
Steven Kirsner will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, June 25, of the Israelie
Center. Steven is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Kirsner. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky will officiate.
A graduate of the religious school
of the Center, be attends eighth
grade at Shenandoah Junior High.
Steven's father is president of
the Center, and his mother is vice
president of Dora Stein Sisterhood.
Out-of-town guests will include
Dr. and Mrs. Saul Pol a sky. Camp
Wolters, Tex.; Mr and Mrs. Paul
Goldstein, Waco, Tex.; and Harry
Rosenbloom, Cincinnati, 0.
Kiddush will follow in Steven's
honor at the Center.

Jay Graonberg
Saturday morning services, June
25, at Coral Way Jewish Center
will include the Bar Mitzvah of Jay
Charles Greenberg, with Rabbi
Samuel April officiating.
Jay is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Greenberg. A student in the
eighth grade at West Miami Junior
High, he attends Coral Way Jew-
ish Center religious school.
Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony in Jay's honor. Reception
will be held at the Pub restaurant
Saturday evening.
*
Marc Lopatin
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Marc Lopatin
on Saturday morning, June 25.
Rabbi Bernard Shoter will officiate.
Marc is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Lopatin. He attends Kinloch
Park Junior High.
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Triple Installation at Zamora Sunday
JEfFHEY
SEYMOUR
Reception and dinner will be held
in his honor Sunday evening at the
Barcelona hotel.
Out-of-town guests will include
his grandparents and other rela-
tives and friends from Washington.
D.C., Baltimore, Virginia, and
Tampa.

Linda Thibedaao
Linda Thibodeau will become Bas
Mitzvah during Friday evening ser-
vices, June 24, of Temple Zion,
with Rabbi Alfred Waxman offi-
ciating. Linda is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. Thibodeau, 4855
SW 94th ave.
Linda is a student at Riviera
Junior High, where she plays flute
in the advanced band.
Guests will include her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rick-
man, of Troy, N.Y.

Alan Bayda
Bar Mitzvah of Alan Beyda was
to take place Thursday morning,
June 23, at Monticello Park Jew-
ish Center.
Alan is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Beyda, who are Sephar-
dic Jews.
In this tradition, the Bar Mitzvah
is observed on a Monday or. Thurs-
day morning, when the Torah is
read. This gives the Bar Mitzvah
the opportunity of donning his
phylacteries when he is called to
the Ark.
*
Jeffrey Fine
Temple Ner Tamid will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey
Fine on Saturday morning, June 25.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg will officiate.
Jeffrey is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Sunday, June 26, has been set
for a triple installation of officers
and members of the hoards of di-
rectors of the congregation, Sis-
terhood and Man's Club of Temple
Zamora.
Judge Albert Saperstein will be
principal speaker and install the
new officers. Nathan Davidow will
succeed Sidney H. Palmer as pres-
ident of the congregation, a posi
tion he held for two terms prior to
Palmer's administration.
Mrs. Edwin Solomon, in being
installed as Sisterhood president,
Seymour H. Fine. "He is a student
at Nautilus Junior High, and at-
tends Temple Ner Tamid religious
school. Reception in his honor will
follow,

Barry Katzen
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Barry
Morton Katzen on Saturday morn-
ing, June 25, at Temple Emanu-El.
Barry is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Katzen. He is a student in
seventh grade at Nautilus Junior
High, and attends Temple Emanu-
El religious school. Reception in
his honor will follow at the Katzen
home Saturday afternoon.
I becomes the first president to hold
jtwo terms.
Irving Simons, long-time active
member of the congregation-board
of directors, succeeds Herman
Douglass at the helm of the Men's
, Club.
Following a cocktail hour and'
, dinner, Eddie Schaeffer, Gold
("oast comedian, will entertain
prior to leaving on a tour of north-
ern summer resorts. Dancing will
follow.
Restaurant Adds
Meat Courses
Harfenist Dairy Restaurant, for
many years at 14th st. and Wash-
ington ave., this week announced
a change of policy.
The restaurant will now be
known as Harfenist Kosher Meat
Restaurant. Operating at the same
location, it will continue to offer
the same fish specialty items, but
add full course meat dinners to its
well-known menu.
Complimentary s m o r g a sbord
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Scene from "Raymie.'' starring Julie Adams. John Agar. Char-
les Winninger, and Richard Arlen. now playing at the Colony
Theater. A boy's driving belief in the reality oi what others
accept only as a legend is the story of the Allied Artists pro-
duction.
Lenny Dale is choreographer
for "West Side Story." now
al Coconut Grove Playhouse.
tr. Glueck Gets Degree
CINCINNATI Dr. Nelson
Glueck. president of Hebrew Union
Collepe-Jewish Institute of Religion Tire cast,
and world-famed Biblical archaeol-
ogist, was awarded the honorary
LLD degree June 15 at the annual
commencement exercises of the
University of Pennsylvania.
'West Side Story1
Popular Draw
At Playhouse
"West Side Story." starring Juli-
us La Ro-a, is headed for possible
all-time box office highs at the Co-
conut Grove Playhouse, according
to Owen Phillpis, producer for
Grove Productions, which is pre-
senting the summer line up of
stage productions at the theatre.
"It may not quite reach the over
90 percent of capacity figure at-
tained by Tennessee Williams'
'Period of Adjustment.' but so far
it is easily the most popular musi-
cal in the five-year history of the
Grove Playhouse," Phillips said.
Phillips attributes the strong
boxoffice draw of "West Side
Story" to many factorsthe fine,
music by Leonard Bernstein, con- !
durtor of the New York Philhar-
monic Symphony Orchestra, the vi-
vid performance by star Julius
La Rosa, and- the excellence of the
work by Diana Corto and Gaby Mo-
net in the female leads, not to
pass over the fine work of the en-
Second Pops
Concert Slates
Ballet Dancers
The second concert of the Uni-
versity of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra Pop series on
Sunday evening, at Miami Beach
Auditorium will feature two great
names in ballet, Melissa Hayden
and Andre Eglevsky, and conduc-
tor Hugo Fiorato in an all-ballet
program.
Miss Hayden. prima ballerina of
the New York City Ballet Com
pany, and Eglevsky, a "danseur
noble" of all the great ballet com-
panies, have appeared numerous
times on network television and in
frequent tours covering the U.S.,
South America. Australia and Ja-
pan, only recently returning from
i a tour of European cities.
Riorjfo, conductor of the New
York City Ballet Company, bt>-
' gn hit musical career with a
violin at the age of six. One of
his first teachers was Arnold
Volpe, founder and conductor of
the University of Miami Sym-
phony.
Miss Hayden and Eglevsky will
dance three pas de deux. Mendels-
sohn's "Scotch Symphony," Delibes'
"Sylvia," and grand pas de deux
of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Her
Cavalier from Tchaikovsky's "Nut-
cracker Suite."
Fiorato, in a tribute to his mus-
' ic teacher, has scheduled Volpe's
Quartet in G major, third move-
ment, for string orchestra.
Other selections to be heard in-
clude Igor Stravinsky's dramatic
"Firebird Suite," Strauss' "Wiener
Blut." and Alberto Ginastera's
composition, "Concert Variations,"
from the ballet "Pan America." I
Miss Hayden. a lovely ballerina,
has danced many times with Egl-
evsky in his "Petit Ballet, dance
ensemble which toured important
cities throughout the world.
*m>
James Stewart stars in "The Mountain
Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres.
Road" now at the
men s C/ob te Meet
Men's Club of Coral
ish Center will hold
Saturday evening at the Center
Kosher Dining
For Coral Gobies
The Riviera Strutly Ko-.herR*.
aurant has announced i:s openusf
at 1830 Ponce de Leon blvd.. Oml
Gables. Under the supervision oi
the United Balabatim Vaad Hat
ashruth of Greater Miami, the net
dining establishment is also ofl.
ing a catering service for all oc-
casions.
A policy of serving full count
dinners daily from 4:30 to 830
has been inaugurated. w,ih the n-
ception of Saturdays, until s
down.
A take-out service will be let-
tured with such items as {edit
fish, knishes, kishka. stuffed ci
, bage and delicatessen for the ca-
{ venience of its patrons Reasonable
prices in all departments, resta*
Way Jew-
a gathering | rant, catering and take-out service,
will be maintained.
-S.T.
"West Side is a trenchant musi
cat. a musical drama with some-
thing to say. weaving in as it does
the strong emotional conflicts in
the lives of youngsters in New
York's tougher area," Phillips
added.
Philips also pointed out that the
2136 Songs in the production, especially
"" 24th ave.. has for many years
long Distance Moving
Ace R. B. Van Lines. Inc.
served Greater Miamians in need
Maria." have caught the public
ST
ear and they also greatly enjoy the
#J mJ ,ong1f,s,ance movin8 comedy number, "Gee, Officer
The company will give estimates Krunke ^^ --------
without charge. Dial NE 5-6496. "-*u'"":-
How the talented Arthur Lau-
rents. who wrote the book, wove a
story combining it with the musi-
cal genius of Leonard Bernstein
and the lyrics of Stephen Sond-
|heim. makes for the musical hit of
the past two seasons.
"West Side Story" plays through
I Sunday, July 3.
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UN 5-8806
SRO Welcomes
La Rosa Opener
S. R. O. was Miami's welcome to
Julius La Rosa when he opened in
"West Side Story" at the Grove
Playhouse Tuesday night.
Hardly everybody's "cup of tea."
the production wiU not please mus-
ical comedy devotees whose judg-
ment of a play is based on the num-
ber of hit-tunes it contains. How-
ever, the music of Leonard Bern-
stein was at times breathtaking,
particularly in the duets of Julius
La Rosa and Diana Corto.
Jerome Robbin's choreography, al-
though principally on the "rock
and roll" theme, was excellent
"We** Side Story" concerns a j
street in a tough New York neigh-
borhood where a struggle for su-
premacy is taking place between |
the newly arrived Puerto Ricans!
and a gang of white" residents.
Fine performances were turned '
i in by Vic Vallaro. as leader of the ,
Puerto Ricans. and his girl, Gabv
1 Monet. Isabelle FarrelL. as a di
minutive but fiery girl-friend of
the "white" gang, was outstanding.
Seima Thompson
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Aquatic shows and moonlight barbecues at
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Summer stock theatre parties; Penny Davis Dance Troupe.
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4157


Friday, June 24, 1960
+Jewish ncrid/ian
ieda Hennock
Dead at Age 55
WASHINGTON Hermofk. 55, oily woman ever to
Eervtejn the Federal Communica-
lwmiMiii-?rtoii,*iifri^i>ii Mom
tlay.
A brilliant New York attorney of
Jewish faith, she was appointed to
the commission by President Tru
man.
She led the fight for eductional
television. A supporter of Israel
and Jewish causes, she is survived
by William H. Simons, her hus-
band.
Page 11-B
JACK LEVY
41 i "' W ui si Utaheh, riled
May u. He can -. j, am a_-o.
:' World Wat II
re Sylvia; threi
sons, All-n. Mark. and Ranald; and
feur It .
\\:.\ .11 .,1
: I
LEGAL NOTICE
i
"*W^"TC*
.
MORRIS L. SELLER
76. father at MUM Reach lanw'<*
Municipal Judge Milton Feller, died
June 30. He resided at 6SR". Byron
live, and 'van a retired hot.-l ouu. i.
He moved lo Miami m I win iroin Ma a-
tosa Springs. NY He was 01 igimtlly
from Ajstrla. arrived In the I'.S. In
1910. .,n I helped found tin Independent
Order of J'.'nai B'r ith Abraham Lodge.
He belonged to Miami Beach Elks
I.. dr;. and Temnle Kmanu-Kl. In addi-
tion to Judge heller, survivors include
hiK "Wife, Reglna. daughter. Mrs. Es-
th nine grandchildren. Services were
June 22 at Newman Funeral Home.
DONALD GOLDSMITH
3, son of Mr. and Mrs. 90 Bay Height* dr., died June 18 in
Baltimore. Md.. following surgery. In
a by two brothers. Bobby and Stephen;
a sister Vickie; and giandpar.-iits. Mr.
and Mrs. Al Kurtz and Mrs. Dora
Goldsmith. Services were June 21 at
Gordon Funeral Home, with hurial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
SEYMOUR RACKOFF
died June 16. He came bag* ten yean
ngo from New York, and was a sales-
man, s'urviving are his wife, Kdlth;
mother, Mrs. Gertrude Rackoff; two
Peter ami KM. a daughter, Ml**
Robin Rackoff; and three brothers.
Arson. Muiray and Norman. Services
were June n at Gordon Funeral Home.
HARRY STOLOWILSKY
64, of OBI SW 3 3rd St., died May 29.
An orchestra leader- who came here
12 years a^jo from New York, he was
n member of the Musicians I'nlon
Local 6."i5. Surviving are his wife.
Cells: a son, Irwin; and two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ma.rcia Prost and Linda.
jH.rvices were al Riverside MeinorUil
I .-I.
SAM BROWN
66, ..I : S\S 34th ave did M.iv 10.
] A produce merchant, he camt here
[from I'ittshnnrh 16 years ago. Srrr-
\ r,.- are his wife. Yetta; two sons;
! two brothers. Including Have Bren-
ner, Miami; three sisters and five
i idren Services were May 31
at Gordon Funeral Home.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IM the CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL TRrn 0F
PLOR'OA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 5885
r'll V IM i--s- \\. KO. II,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ANNA i: KOCH.
1 'efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANNA E. KOCH
.' s
ilar r islnirg, Pennsylvania
V" .1 ... ... ,. hereby
notified that a Bill pf Complaint i. r
L>lvoroe h.,s been fled against you,
and y- u are .required to eerve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complalni on the plaintiffs Attor-
neys, i:.)l I MAN A,- (lOI.DSTEIN, and
file thi orluinal Answer or Pleading In
the office nif the clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 25th day of
July, 1960. If you fall to do so, judg-
ment by default will lie taken against
you for the relief demanded in the Bil!
of Complaint.
This rr ii c shall he .uolillshcd once
each week for four consecutive weeks
InTHBJKWlSH -Jr IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
' '-Ida, this 22nu oay ot June, >\.u.
1960.
E. B. WEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(eel) By: N. A. HKWETT,
Depu'v r-Vrk
OOl.DMAN .V GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2303 We-t K'agler Street
Miami. Florida
/M, 7/1-8-11
NOTICE UNDF.R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N' I" IS HEREBY GIVEN th.,t
'l>>UWHh-r.itii i. .l.slr.ni! lo ens
li;*n>s 1].r (he Mrtltli
POINT Vli \s PARTMEJ.TS at 183
ffi-iost'-*^ <..:d oairu i a Ihi Clerk
lends
I of I
SOODEH
MKI.VIN KIN'N
U, : 1-8-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMt LAW
NOTICE HEREBY OIVEN lhat
i siring i igagr li
hi fir Ioiik nai i- oi
MIAMI I'RBHTO POOD PRODUCTS
t kit l.i-. iyne SI e. t, Mia I Beach
lla.. Inten Is to n glstei -,i i ......
irltll ih, Clerk nl the Circuit Courl of
County, Florida.
SEA-MORE ENTERPRISER, INC.
a Ma. Corn.
MAI.VIN ENUi.aNHER
Attorney for Applicant
Ml Ltad .In Rd Miami I:.
: 1-8-15
NOTICE TO DEFEND. OR
ORDER OF PUBLIC" "
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL
FLORID*. IN AND F
COUotTV. IN CHA
'- No. 60C 6612
ToREJ I.A
i.mis taAti
"* lessJrT,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FEDERAL METALS CO. at 27*2 N.W.
North River Drive, Miami. Ha.. In-
tend to register- raid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JAMES Miy.l-ANEY
IRVl.Ni: isk. IFF
LEO HESSEN
Sole Owners
wiiii-eh. Dougherty & ftiiac
Ittorneya for Ajjpllcants
1II l Cru^-ress Bldg.
45/31, 7/ 1 -< l.i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 6841
CARY ANN HARPER,
Plaintiff,
WILLL\M B. HARPER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM B. HARPBR
Address Unknown.
You WILLIAM B. HARPER are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce h s been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorneys. RICHMOND &
WOLFBON, One Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
tlce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 22nd day of July,
1P60. If you fall to do so, judgment
hy default will be taken again*) von
for the relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
This not'o- shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORJDLVN.
DONE AND ORDERED it Miami.
Florida, this 21st .lay of June, A.D.
1960.
B. P.. i.eathep.man. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) B) I. SNEEPEN.
> paiy
I 2i.: i -
"l'i I RELLA,
Defi ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TOl >l.i;.\ MARTORELLA
:u; \v. st, fell pi. .
I.orli. Ni tt Vork
Vou OL.OA MARTORELLA an
hnci.y notified thai BUI of Cotn-
pla rii for Dlrorr. has be< n filed
ajtalitat you, and you are reiulred m
serw eopj of youi A"nswei or Plead-
Ini the Pin of Complaint on the
plaintiff* Attorney, ANGELo a \i.i
4W Alnsley Bulldlrur, Miami 32, iHor-
nl.i :,rul file il,e oriulnal Answer or
Pleading n the office of t !- Clerk
"I Ihe Circuit Courl on or l.el'.u. the
'-'>' uaj M July, UM. if you fall to
do so. Jrrflgrrrerrl lr> default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLURIDIAJN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Him Ida, this 15th day of June, \ O
I MO,
E. B. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dad* Countv, Florida
Heal) i:y: k. m. i.yman.
Depirty Ci-rk
ANGELO A. ALI
400 Alnsley Building
Miami :12, Horlda
Attorney for Plalnltff.
6/17-24. 7 l-<
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
idi rslgned, deslrtns li.....g
i in fictitious IM........'
PMENT .- 'LES AND BERVICH
- W Mh Sir. ei in the
: Miami. Florida Intend to i>k-
.icle* tansii iiiiia, !. n, i ;.,!<
the i Ircult < 'ourt of Dad
Ciiitnly,
Florida, this lotti
HARRY KELTZ
14R. of 941 4th St., Miami Beach, died
Ml) 30 A W.nl.l War II Navy vet-
eran and r*iNt oCir'e i mployee, he
eanre t,> Miami from New York 12
years ago. Surviving are his wife.
Rose; a son. Kevin J.; a brother ..
r. and his mother, Mrs. Reg-ina
Kelts Services were May 31 at Rlv-
' erside Memorial Chapel.
MRS. PAULINE RUBIN
JW. or 310 Collins ave.. died May 18.
Khe cam, from New York 13 ear*
ago. and was a member of Farbund.
Surviving are two sons, Maurice and
Ralph, and a daughter, Mrs. Ti'li.
|Ah;aham Services were May 19 al
Riverside Memorial chapel, Washing-
ton ave.
RABBI, CANTOR, TEACHER
[ Fine appearance, tjood speaker, musi-
[cal ability, excellent Cantonal ability,
and approved Hebrew teacher. Reads
j the Terah. Would consider change for
r-'med Conservative Temple for the
[ Hirh Holy Days or tor the year. Best
[leference. Write Cantor S..
"O Box 2<>73. Miami 1, FIs.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HE1:i:itY OIVBN that
tbi undersigned, desiring to eirgaa* in
.!-- li the fictitious name of
NATIONAL BEARING SERVICE OF
FLORIDA ..i County of Dade int.'nds
li said ri with ihe Clerk
of ih. Circuit Court of Dade County,
1- ire Ida.
AL WF.INER
Sole Owner
El.l 1 RECrER
Attorney fr.r Applicant
120 Lincoln Rd.
/M, 7. I
NOTICE UNDER,
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICK is rJERKRY OlVEN that
IgnefL desiring lo qnKase in
' r 'the fictitious .name of"
NORTHWEST GROCERY AND MEAT
at S410 B.W Sth Street, Miami, i-ior--
id n. me with
th< Clark of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
ERNESTINA AltEl", SuIeOwner
GOLDMAN a: GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
::":! \v. Elaeler St.
Miami, Florida
6/21. 7/1-8-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA, IN PROBATE
No. 4733S
IN HE: Estate of
SARAH TAN EN I'.A I'M.
i i ceased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D SCHARQE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Diacharn
a Executor of the eatau of SARAH
TANENPM'M. deceased: and that on
the 1st day of August, IM0, win apph
lo tb< Honorable County Judges of
I rail. County. Florida, for approval of
said Firal Refsirt and for distribution
and final discharge as Executor, of
the -stale ol the ahovc-nam. d 1, re-
dent. This 21st dsy of Jane. 1!>60.
rofl" CHBREN
OHEREN .v i;iw.I)EN
Attornr
.,..7 i rlvmpia Building
Miami 32, Flori.la ,^# ,/,..

IMPORTANT NOTICE!
To All DADE FEDERAL Members

Following past custom, all Dade Federal offices
WILL CLOSE at 3:00 P.M. FRIDAY, JUNE 24th
and ALL DAY MONDAY. JUNE 27th ... to
allow our staff the necessary tima to compute
nd post earned semia#mtiel dividends tc the
savings accounts of out more than 71,000 thrifty
members.
USINESS AS USUAL TUESDAY. JUNE 28th
,f ih, Nation's
i Oldest '"' Loi
j0ade Federal
c/AVNGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION or MlAMI
| PH M IIPI0N Pt-sideni
5 Convenient OfVices Serve Dade County
RESOURCES EXCEED 150 MILLION DOLLARS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 47S80B
IN RE: Estati of
BBN CCS EN SWAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Parauns Having
claims or Demands Against ihe Said
Estate:
You and each of you are hereby no-
tified that an Order of Administration
11 ^necessary has been entered in this
[Estate by the Honorable Frank B.
I'c wlinu .on the 3rd day of June, IMA.
The total cash v. In. of the rtald .-stale
was Two Thousand Six Hundred and
Twenty Two I rollars (|3,(22.0O), arid
the same was as-U-ned to SYLVIA
CJEHBN8WAY, whose address Is it
Alcanisrra Avenue. < 'r.r-al Gables,
l>ade County, Florida.
You ar. required to present any
ii.- and uayments whii-h you Or
either of "i mav have acalnat the
1-stat. BEN OEhVENBWAY, late of
lade County, Plorlda, to the Honor-
, nt> 1 IV s o' M.l.le r'nuri'v.
Florida, within s calendar months
fr<.m the date of the fi st publication
>i i.. j .i. ma ds to con-
tain th. legal address of t).. claimant
^*oTn to and pwssen i as afr rr -
sail, or th*- same **;: nir-
want to Section 7S5 i" Flo Id* Siat-
jtes.
r>ATF!"> AT Miami Bea h, Florida,
this 2lh dav of Jun< II M
SYLVIA 0E8ENSW \V
J -C'K ANKTS
iey for the Estate of
Ben Oesensway
:" Mneo'n R> I
Mlar.rl Beach, Kl...
6'24. ? :.-!-.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
PI 'vo.roa im SNO FOP DAD!
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C M16
WILC1E PEREZ
Plalntlf.
MACRICE MARCO PEREZ,
Defei a>t
SUIT FOR DIVOetCE
T< >: MaiTlc Mar
M1 EllWr II r-., race I
hbreel H.iis, i. i.. m.V.
v ,,, v,..-p(, ,, ., ,-i. ^ ,i .,, em
mpla'nt for Dlvr reu Im n
'!Vd a#ainst yon n I > ar* required
r*-er or
'.; to the I, Int on
rii- PI in-l'fs Attorney, and til.- the
rl.lmi Ar 4Wer or Hlearllric in ihe of-
- re ill Courl
thr JSth 6 -' Of -ii: I
,.i nent by de-
fault will be tak< :
r-li demanJed in the Hill of 'om-
pla'nt.
I ^.11 1-e pul Mh I i -

in TH v
1

(seal)
Her*
N I Ml":
Vliami lleach, Ha.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 499S2C
IN RE: Batate of
JAMES KRA.SSIN
1>eceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'n All Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. ami each of you are Hereby
notified an.) required to present an.
claims and demand* which yon. or
either of you. may have against the
estate' of JAJIBS KRA.-'SIN deceased
lair- of Dad* County, Florida, to i)n
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, anrl file lie >me In their
offleeaa In th.- County Courthouse in
Dade County, Horlda. within elan)
calendar months froni the date of the
first publication hereof. Sai.l -I- ai
oi demands t.. remain the lesal .id-
dress ..f the .-'aimant anrl to be sworn
to anrl presented.as aloresai.l, or same
voil bi barred, see Section 7S3.16 of
ih. IMS P obate Aii
I'at'. .1 .Inn.- 1'niti. A.I'. I'rr.ii
. SOPHIE KI:a.-SI.\. As Ex.-.-r.rix
..T the l-isi Will and Testament *',
.l.\.\n:s ki: v.-siv. i......s.-.i.
WEPMAN d M'EPMAN
Mini e\ f. I> i: 1\
i 4"? Iliscavrie Building
Miami. Florida
loi i la.
Dated nl Miami,
of June. I960
i BANK II. M1L.I.ER
1'AI'I. M. TAYLOR
WALLACE N. MAER
Attorney for Applicant
607 Blscayne Urnlding
Miami :;.'. Florida
____________________________H'17-24. 7 l-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
thr undersigned, desiring lo Sngagi in
business under the fictitious nai......f
BEACH I'M'MBIXd CO. al nils -Mh
H...... Miami Beach, l-"la.. intends lo
register said name with the Clerb, of
the t'lrcull Courl "f Kail.- County,
Florida
ANTHONY VENTO
WKiNk'i.i-: a ki:ssi.kr
Attorneys for Applicant
1 I Keybold Building
Miami. I-l.i
6/17-21. 7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneea under the fictitious name of
Work PLACEMENT CO. at 317 N.E.
7th Street. .Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
r:.MI. HERMAN (sole owner)
DAVID l>Ri:cKER
Attorney for Awlicant
.110 Blscayne Itulldlng
Miami :!2 Florida
6/17-24. 7/1-8
notice uwes
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 1J* HEREBY GIVEN that
Lb*- iinslersigaad, desiring to engage in
busjuass under the fictitious name of
AMI'I LN ASSOCIATE* at 15006- W.
IMsll Hatchway. Nwrlh Miami. Flori.la
intends to register said name with
Ih. ci.r-k ,,f ihe Circuit Curt of Dada
County, Florida.
I. i'. cAiiri.ix
r'l.YHE a. FOSTKR. .IK
AHornev for -I D. r'anri.liir
6/17-14, 7'1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAJntE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the iirul.-i sit n.-.l. buainess under Ihe ti.-tiiioas name of
SUNSHINE WIKrLKSALE l-'I.OW-
ki:> al ii'' sw .".7 Avenue, Miami,
Florida intends to r.-uister said n*sme
wlih th.- Clerk of ihe Circuit Court
of I rade County, FUn-l.la.
SINSHINI-: Kl.oWKKS. INC.
By: Paul Ashkenas, Presides*
r.r.;i:.\H i.k.mi.ii'H
Attorney for Sunshine Mowers, lac
*K-24, T 1-S
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF IHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 5723
ill.l'KIA BARBARA SHI'l.L.
Plaintiff,
vs.
KKM.M, LEE MULL, .
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KR.MAI. LEE SHII.I.
Route 3
H i. .port, Ohio
YOtJ AKK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complain! f.-r Divorce
Ir.is been filed against you, an.I \. -ii
re required la serve a copy < your
An-wi to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorneys. VON ZAMFT
AND KRAVITZ. 1-.12 Metropolitan
Bank Building, Miami :I2. Mori.la. and
file the original Answer m th. ..flic.
of the Clerk of the. Circuit Courl on
or before the 22nd day of July. I960
If von tail to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will I" tak. n a-ainsi yon for
thr- rt-li.f s. agbl in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
l.Ht.dat Miami. Dade County, rior-
Irl.r, this 17th day ( June, I960
>: B. LBATHBRMAN,
ri. r-k of the Clrc rii Court
(Mai) C L ALJSXANDER,
i lepul) n rs
i. 7 l-8-lt
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL'rT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 5705
OEOR41E Hlltsrll,
P ..Iritiff.
\s.
KSI'HIiK K. HIRBCH,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i.....SSTHER K HIRdCH
i S. dnnck \\. II...-
l irons, Ni Yck
Toil, ESTHER K. HUtS'll. art
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint .for Divorce has i"-' n
agalnsl you, ""! you are required t.-
. copy of your Answer or i'le.rd-
mi.K to tire Bill of Coniphvnt on the
plaintiff's rinrrr.y. LEONARD H.
RIH1N, M. tropoHtan Bank Building.
Mi.imi 13, r.....ra. air.l liie thi
Inal Answer or ('leadings in tie office
of the Cle.-k of the circuit Court on or
before th.- 8nd yo fall to do so. Judgment hv default
will b< lalten ..-..mst you f'.i I
II. f .1.-man.led in tlie Bill 0fCimula.nl.
lmx( .nd ORDBRBD at .Miami,
Florida, this lth day of June, 1560.
E. B I. EAT HERMAN
. k of the Circuit Court
Bade County Court House

(seal) C L. ALKXANOEI!.
,ir\ i "lerk
'. .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4989!-B
IN RE: Eatau ol
EVA BEPLBR, t
I '.-.-ease.I.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Person* slav-
ing Claims or Oemands Against Said
BsUtr
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .stale of ICVA SEI'I.ER. deceased
I .-j, oi I a.ie County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their offices In the
i mty Courthouse In Dade C.iuaty,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from Ihe .late ..f the first publication
hereof, oi thi same win l><- barred.
DANIEL SEI'I.ER
MACK SKl'I.EB.
As Executor* Of the l-ast Will and
Testament.
IcHEREN a OOIJJEN
Attorney* for Executors
11:07 Olympla Building
Miami IS, Florida
6/I7-M, 7 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUftT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 42964-B
IN RE: Estate of
l.l'CII.K A. I.ICHTKNSTKTTER.
- -.. eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
Hied our Final Report and Pell-
lion for IHstrlhiition and Final l>is-
i har;;. as Executors of 'he estate of
I. I Ill-; A IJCHTE.NSTETTER. de-
rm! lhat on the 7th day of
Irriv. IMS, will apply to the Honorable,
County Judges of Bade County. M..r-
Ida. for approval of said Final Beisut
distribution and .'insl dis-
llllMgl as such Executors of th. es-
tate of the above-named dec.-il.-iri.
This th dav of June, 1H60.
r' IKUI.YN LICHTKNSTKTTBR
Lift) M'KKI'.MAN
MYERS, HELM AN & K M'LAN
Attorney
El. v en h if t v Building
L1M SW. 1st Sir. .-t
M,,ml. Florida /1(M7.24.7/1
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE is HEREBY GIVEN th
the fictitious .. i- I
COZY CORNER
'
-. ilh Ihe l "-

S Lo -'I >. -
8520 West Flagl.-.
IN THE CQUJ>TY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DA** COUNTY,
FLORIDA. Hl PROBATE
No. 4MM3-C
IN RE: Estat. of
ELLA ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ln{ C'airrs ,r 1 lemands Airainst Said
... by notified and r. -
... ,i ni any claims and *-
mands whi'-h you may have against
l.i. A : MAOCIEB,
Bade Count.y nor-
th) County I Hade
in their
in ihe County Courthoi i
rim i la elthtai ersht
- from the date of the
same
will hi
Ann.
M BARNES. Attor I
|dg.
Ml"ni 6/10-H-24.7A


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