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

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

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

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'"Jewish Floridian
M*m JEWISH (/N/Tr and THE iEW/SN MtKLY
Volume 33 Number 27
Miami. Florida. Friday. July 1, 1960
Two Sections Price 204
Marine Corps and Justice Dep't. Cross Wires on 'Nazi Party'
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WASHINGTON The activities
of a mc Tiber of the United States
Marine Corps in the American
Naii Party found the Corps and
the Department of Justice Tues-
day at odds over the facts of the
case.
The Marine Corps has taken the
posit ior that it could not take ac-
tion against the Marine because
the Juttice Department had ad-
vised teat the Nj/i group was not
on the Attorney General's sub-
versive list, and there was no vio-
lation of the law.
Assistant Attorney General J.
Walter Yeagley informed the JTA
Tuesday that "neither I nor any-
one in the Department of Justice
to my knowledge has furnished
the Marine Corps with an opinion
concerning the affiliation of Ma
rines with the American Nazi
Party." He added that regula-
tions for the conduct of Marines
"is not within the province of the
Department of Justice. Likewise
any determination as to whether
such regulations have been vio-
lated is not a matter within the
jurisdiction of the Department."
The Marine Corps asserted its
contention that the Marine's affil-
iation with the Natia was legal
because the party was netsnMw
Attorney General's list.
The Department of Justice was
reported Tuesday to be continu-
ing its inquiry into activities of
Rockwell and his American Nazi
Party, but the assistant attorney
general noted that, before the De-
partment could take action.
"there must be specific evidence
to establish a violation of a spe-
cific Federal statute."
He pointed out that "not-with-
standing the highly offensive na-
ture of the activities, they usually
involve the interpretation and ap-
plication of the free speech and
assembly guarantee* of the First
Amendment and the Constitution.'*
A delegation, representing the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, headed by Ben Strouse,
chairman of the regional ADL
board, conferred with Secretary
of the Interior Seaton Tuesday oa
the continuing use of a District oc
Columbia park area under the
Department's jurisdiction for ral-
lies by the Rockwell group.
New York State Arrests
Rockwell for Disorderly
Conduct in Courthouse
U4AT IATHI IN OFFIMO? PACE 10-A
JTA By Direct "'Ittyp. Wira
NEW YORK-.*, warrant was baaed here Tuesday for the arrest of
perietal Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwc.: on chargea of
^orderly conduct and inciting to rn>;
The complain*, signed by Lester Fahn, a member of the Jewish
ir Veterans of New York, referred to the incident in the Supreme
.irt hr .ding las', week, in which*
pkwefl was mobbed by some 150
jvon< after makin? anti-Semitic
Jiarks during a television inter
in the court build inn Rock
v. dl b arrested on the basis of |
i arrant whenever he enters New
rfc state.
BtN-GURIQN BACK AT HIS DESK
Eshkol to Leave for
Meanwhile, a temporary in- i
iinctior batwiini the activities of
tockwell's party in Hew York
Ktate was issued Tuesday by
|ete Supreme Court Justice
Louis Friedman.
|The ordaT, which was requested
New York State Sen. Frank Pino
Id Assembly man Irwin Brown
in. of Brooklyn, directed Rock
II to appear in court on Aug. 22
show cause why he should not
permanently enjoined from con
rung activities In New York
ite under the name of "Amer
kn Nazi Party." and from using
-wast.ka emblem.
[KoekweJ did not appear at the
taring. He notified the court by
Iberties Union had advised him
warn that the American Civi!
lo appear.
[If Kockwell doss not appear in
lew York State by Aug. 22 to ac-
ept > pnetmn may be extended indefin
for The judge said the order
BllGiANS KOU OUT CAMT
fMGf II A
TEL" AVIVPrime Minister David Ben-Gurion resumed Tuesday
morning his daily morning walks and later returned to his office to
take up his regular duties as Premier and Defense Minister.
He spent several hours Monday at the Herzliah seashore with
thousands of bathe r-
Finance Minister Eshkol, who had boon acting Prime Minister
during Mr. Ben-Gurien's visit to Europe, loft soon after the Primo
Minister's return for the Belgian Conge.
That will be the first leg of a West African tour, during which he
will also visit Liberia, Ghana and Nigeria.
He said on his departure, that Israel anticipated cooperating with
Africa'* new nations and would place its technical and scientific skills at
. their disposal.
Reform Rabbinic Body Voices
Opposition to Bible in School
FR0NDI1I BAIKS AT DECISION
Bonn Will Press
For Talk on Nazis
Now in Argentina
UN IN 'FACE-SAVING' KtSOlUTION PAGf 6-A
JTA-By O.roct Teletype Wire
BONNThe extradition of Nazis who have fled to sanctuary in Ar-
gentina will be one of the topics to be discussed with President Froo-
diai of that country during his forthcoming'vtstt'to West Germany it
was disclosed Monday night.
Dr. Fritz Schaffer, West German Minister of Justice, made the an-
nouncement in the Bundestag Mon-?-----------------
day night, as questioning of the! mtfr%Mf Ml
NCR AC Urges
Parties to Hit
US 'Sanction'
government's policy by the opposi-
tion Social Democrats Continued.
Dr. Schaffer asserted that the
West Gorman Govornmont would
immediately ask for the extradi-
tion of Nasi criminal Adolf Eiriv
menn if Israel would return him
to Argentina. Ho pointed out that
Argentina author ities had explic-
itly rejected one West Gorman
request for extradition of a want-
ed Nasi criminal, and that in
other cases the Nazis could net
be found in Argentina, having
left the country before the Ar-
gentine government reached a
dicision on the West German re-
decision on the West German re
Meanwhile. Argentine President
Frondizi was reported to have said
at Brussels, Belgium, that he does
not consider an Israeli apology suf-
ficient "reparation" for the "illicit
and clandestine" transfer of Nazi
killer Adolfh Eichmann from Ar-
When the Security Council last
Continued en Page 10-A
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
The National Community Relations
Advisory Council, representing sis
national and 51 local community
relations agencies, called this week
upon both political parties and
their presidential candidates to
pledge "effective action" to end
the American Government's acqui-
escence in Arab discrimination
against American citizens because
of their religion.
The organization, concluding its
annual plenary session, protested
government policy of screening
American military and diplomatic
personnel according to religion be-
fore assignment to Arab states, of
acquiescing in Arab refusal to hon-
Centwued en Page t-A
OVff MUM UACHHtS SHAM TMflt MIW (?)
DETROIT(JTA)-The Central Conference of American Rabbis has
d beTenewabuTon peTitioVof j urged all candidates for public office in the forthcoming elections to JSJj, territory to Israeli soil.
attorney for the two legislators. I abjure religious and racial prejudices in their bidding for votes.
ockwell. who Monday gave up j The resolution was one of the several adopted by the 71st annual
as to hold a rally here on July 4. j conventjon of the Reform rabbinical body The rabbis also voted "sym-
1 u,d he would organiie uch a encouragement" to >
tog in New York on Labor ^ J^ dem0nrtratl0,s
, .w. The resolution lauded all non-vio- ___-----------------------------
luni.e Fredman, in issuing the'* .. thod| of demonstration to
StRBpi StsS Student 'Practical Joke' Backfires
at to our way of Ufa." if news- <*" a Uty o(
*r reports about his statements uon"' "?*** w y
re true. J treatment.
$00 delegates expressed
mm* Kpotrs
Noted American historian
*ad writer Max Lerner offers
virwi on the Adolf Eich
*"' rial in the second in a
">' this week's issue.
** i : the Dead: In Me
"an Page g-A.
The
r apposition
t the reading
of the B.ble in public scheoH lor
devotional purposes. rt*T*"
of circumstance* under wtucn
aucti readings were held.
The delegates also critic./. d
reading of the B.ble in schools
without comim .quired b>
existing law "> m*B> **,e*
Continued en Page 7 A
or.
MANX 'HESTER. N H. (JTA) The Manchester
In.on Ufa week denounced editorially an apparent
prank appeal in the student newspaper of Keen*
Teacher' College for contributions to save Adolf
F.chmann. the Nazi war criminal now awaiting trial
.n
lorial
The Manchester newspaper reproduced he edi-
-1 from The Monadnock and said that "if this
, opposed to be humor, it is in atrocious bad taste
KJ. MtiMi piece, it completely fantastic that
, publication of a normal
schooL which is preparing teachers.
sUch an article to appear.'
should allow
"An explanation by the administration of Keene
Teachers College to the people of the state of New
Hampshire should be forthcoming immediately,"
the editorial concluded.
The student newspaper editorial described Eich-
mann as a "young member of the intellectual elite"
who "soon proved to be highly skilled at his task"
of exterminating all non-Aryans, and "in only four
years, with a series of brilliantly executed plans, suc-
ceeded in liquidating 6,000.000 impures."
Remarking that "this great man would have
Continued en Pago 9-A


i
Pago 2-A
Jewlsi> DoridHiar
Prod Arabs to Recognize
Israel, Kennedy Urges U.S.
WASHINGTON-!JTA)Son John F. Kennedy, leading aspirant
(or Democratic nomination for the office of l\S. President, lauched
upon the Middle East situation in a programatic speech which he de-
livered in the Senate this week. He outlined hi> view- on the Arab Israel
conflict and said that the I'nited States must try 'to hasten the inevit-
able Arab acceptance of the perm
anence of Israel ln(j jn fui| partnership with the
We must formulate, with both Middle Eastern nations, all are
imagination and restraint, a new parts of a long-range strategy that
approach to the Middle East not is both practical and in the best
pressing our case >o hard that the interests of all concerned." he de-
Arabs feel their neutrality and na clared.
tionalism are threatened, but ac Meanwhile, chairman J. W. Ful-
cepting those force* and seeking ;brjgh, ot tne Senate Foreign Rela
to help channel them along con :,jons committee made a speech on
structive lines, while at the same the Senate floor urging Israeii and
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time trying to hasten the inevit
able Arab acceptance of the perm-
anence of Israel." Sen. Kennedy
said.
"We must giv our suport to
programs to help people instead
of regimes to wrU in forms
of their problems, not oursand
seek a permanent settlement
among Arabs and Israelis bated
net on an armed truce but on
mutual self-interest.
'Guns and anti-C'ommuni>t pact>
and propaganda and the tradition-
al piecemeal approach are not
enough refugee resettlement and private statements than they are in
a regional re-ources development their public pronouncements."
Arab leaders to overcome their 'ir-
'rational emotion" and settle their
I differences.
He blamed both most powerful potential antagonists
i for failure to solve the Arab Refu-
gee problem. The Arkansas Demo
crat termed solution of this prob-
lem the key to relaxation of basic-
tension. He said that neither Is
rael nor the Arabs were willing to
lake the first step.
Sen. Fulbright reported that both
the Israeli and Arab leaders were
"considerably more rational in their
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Prof. Yigael Yadin. of the He-
brew University of Jerusa-
lem, holds a relic of an early
Jewish struggle: the Bar
Kochba revolt against Rome.
This pan and 18 other brass
objects, used for pagan cult
worship, had apparently
been seized by Jewish rebels
from a Roman encampment
over 1.000 years ago. They
were found by Gen. Yadin.
chief of operations in the
1948 War of Liberation, now
a professor of archaeology
at the Hebrew University, on
an expedition to the Judean
desert caves, which provid-
ed refuge for the survivors of
the unsuccessful revolt. Also
found were 14 letters by Bar
Kochba and a scroll frag-
ment still more ancient: a
portion of the 15th Psalm.
Fishing Tourney
Started Early
Da.ie county's finny inhabitants
are due to be assulted by angling
enthusiast* two days earlier than
last year as the 12th annual Miami;
Beach summer fishing tournament
gets underway.
The tournament usually starts on
July 4. but chairman James H. j
Norton announced that he is ad-
vancing the official starting date
lo 12:01 a.m.. Saturday, so that
anglers can start wetting their
lines over the lorn/, weekend.
Though sponsored by the City of j
Miami Beach, the nine-week event
is open to all. including visitors to
the area, free of charge. .
Winners and leaders of the tourn-
ament's four divisions general,
plug casting, fly casting, and spin-
ning will be awarded citations,
trophies, and plaques.
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Page 3-A
5. African Jews Fear Boycott
By Israel for Apartheid Policy
19Kt MIITON fKllDHAN
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
fc The "overwhelming majority" of
,.,South.,African Jews would be "dl
tressed" by a boycott of the Union
of South Africa by any Israeli or-
ganization "and profoundly lru-t-
that this will never happen," a
! spokesman of the Board of Depu-
i tics of South African Jews declared
, this week.
The statement was made o the
Afrikaans newspaper, "Dagbreek."!
in reply to a request from the pe-'
riodical for comment on a report1
that Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion supported in the Knesset.
Israel's Parliament a proposal by
Histradrut chief Pinhas La von for!
a boycott of South Africa over its'
apartheid policies.
The spokesman was Edel Hor-
B'nai B'rith District 5 Confab Gives Nod
To Judge Friedman as President-Elect
Judge Milton A. Friedman, of Assn., vie* chairman of fha Anti-
Miami, was unanimously elected
11 esident-elect of District Grand
Lodge 5, B'nai B'rith. comprising
Florid*, Georgia, North and South
Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, and
the District of Columbia.
Election came last week at Nor-!
fc.Ik, Va., during a four-coy conven-;
tion cf some 300 district delegates.;
At the B5th convention in June,
1961 in Miami, Friedman will be
installed president of the Jewish
service organization with a mem-
bership oi some 12.000 men in Dis-
trict 5.
Judge Friedman is a past pres-
ident Of the Coral Way Daddies
Miami Youth
Places Eighth
Jonathan Shamres, Montictlto
Park religious school student,
achiever eighth place in the finals
of the first annual National Bible
Quiz conducted In New York City.
Jonathan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Shamres. 1200 NE 211th st..
No. Miami Beach, represented all
schools of Miami in the contest,
after winning the regional finals
held at the Fountainebleau hotel
on May 30.
Six contestants from all over the
United States tied for first place.
Jonathan is an outstanding stu-
dent at Monticello Park, as well as
at North Miami Beach Junior High
School.
Defamation League for the State
of Florida, nomine* "Out-
standing Citizen in Dado Coun-
ty," and a member of tho speak-
ers committee of the United
Fend.
He has been on the board of di-
rectors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation for the past 22 years
and is now a trus'te He is also on
the board of directors cf Beth Da-
vid Congregation Men's Club.
Judge Friedman has held the of-
fice of president oi Sholem Lodge
of B'nai B'rith president of the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, was awarded a Med-
al of Honor by B'nai B'rith Dis-
trict Grand Lodge 5 for "outstand-
ing work in behalf of the Junior
Order of B'nai B'rith." and was
named "Man of Achievement in the
field of Community Service" by
Sholem Lodge.
He is a member of the Dade
County and Florida Bar Assns. for
the past 24 years. He is now serv-
ing his fifth year as Municipal
Judge in the City of Miami.
Judge Friedman, his wife, Syl-
via, and their three children, Ron-
ald, Kenneth, and Judith, live at
3001 SW 2nd ave., Miami.
owitz, chairman of the Zionist
Federation, who told tho news-
paper that while South African
Jews hed no aWtiui ity His-
trodrut policies, ho felt that re-
lations between South Africa and
Israel were cordial and that all
persons concerned hope they
would remain that way.
He added that Mr. Ben-Gurion's
comment had been incorrectly re-
ported and that what had been un-
der discussion was not a boyeott
but a protest against events in j
South Africa. Mr. Horowitz said
that Mr. Ben-Gurion had supported!
the Histradrut leader's right to1
protest but had at the same time
clearly dissociated the Israel Gov-
ernment from that protest.
"There is no question of the Is-
rael Government engaging in or
sanctioning a boyeott of South Af-
rica," he declared. "On the con-
trary, the Government and the peo-
ple of Israel are anxious to estab-
lish the closest trade relations with
South Africa. As chairman of the
Zionist federation. I can confirm
that we are anxious to do every-
thing possible to promote the tra-
ditional bonds of friendship and
understanding between Israel and
South Africa and we hope they |
will endure forever."
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller smiles with delight as he samples
some gefilte fish served him by Lillian Brown at Brown's hotel
Loch Sheldrake. N.Y. Charles Brown also approves his wife's
cooking. The Governor was a recent guest at Brown's hotel
daring a Republican State Convention. (UPI Photo.)
Men's Club Elects Blumberg
Auxiliary to Meet Here
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
National Hemophelia Foundation
will meet Thursday. July 7. at the
Delmonico hotel. The function is
scheduled for 1 p.m.
Cantor Gottlieb
At Confab
Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, of |
Congregation Temple Judea, Coral
Gables, attended the seventh an-
nual convention of the American
Conference of Cantors, in South
Fallsburg, N.Y., from June 13 to
16.
Main theme of the convention
was the role of the cantor in the
American Jewish community. Sem-
inars and papers were read by can-;
tors from all over the United
States.
The American Conference of j
Cantors is a national organization
whose membership includes can-
tors serving Reform, Conservative;
and Orthodox Jewish congregations
in the United States and Canada.
Cantor Gottlieb participated in
the convention program as mod-
erator in panel discussions.
Nat Blumberg. active in commu-
nity services for the past 35 years.
has been elected president of the
Men's Club of the Miami Hebrew
Congregation.
Blumberg is a charter member
of the Miami Hebrew Congregation.
Jewish Home for the Aged. Great-
( r Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, and served as treasurer of the
latter organization for 15 years.
He is also a member of the Elks,
an honorary citizen of Boys Toun,
member of the Variety Children's
Hospital, charter member of the
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital, and a member of Star Com-
monwealth for Boys.
He is a charter member cormrut-
teeman of Boy Scouts of America,
Troop 6.
Serving with Blumberg for the
coming year will be Abe S. Gold-
man first vice president; Jerry
Baker, second vice president: Jack
Cohen, third vice president; Sol
Blake, secretary; Jack Stone, treas-
urer; William D. Cootner, sergeant
at-arms.
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ISRAEL Bl'RFAU
202 Ben Yehuda Tel Aviv. Israel
aUY V BINDER Correspondent
Florlea, unr th* Aoi of ntarea v
S.rs.ci. Mt.c-.ll Ed.lcr.al A..n *"c" **, A.Mi.
during the week
... as i sec it
by LEO MINDLIN

Uf ITN TMI exception of one
" Miami television station,
there was only a small amount
of light generated by the large
blact of heat released last
week. Everyone has had his
say the local new-papers
video generally, the wire serv-
ices, and especially Also Coim
ney. himself. If for this reason.
alone, it deserves some com-
ment from me. I do not intend
The Itinerant Ben-Gurion
Whether it has been proving successful oi
net traveling diplomacy seems to be the order
ot the day. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
is net a man to be left behind.
Following on the heels oi his recent trip to
the United States, where he met with President
Eisenhower and German Chancellor Konrad
Adencuer. Ben-Guiion last week sailed into
Pans, met tci a round oi unprecedented talks
with Charles de Gaulle, and whipped out ol the
Trench capital on his merry way to Brussels
ond The Hague.
The talks were unprecedented because
de Gaulle showed the Israeli Prune Minister
more than the minimum amount ol diplomatic
hospitality. Not only were their talks lengthy,
but the French leader invited Ben-Gunon to a
second session before the latter's departure for
Belgium.
The accomplishments? There were many
speeches made on both sides ol the tence and
hlled with sweetness and amiability. There
must have been some common discussion oi
the Middle East and the Arabs c problem
France and Israel entertain in common. i3 on
ditterent bases.
The balance can only be speculation. Pres-
ident de Gaulle has never been long on public
folk: his recent verbose role in the shipwrecked
summit conference, unprecedented in ltseM. un-
doubtedly left him tuckered out.
Israel's Prime Minister, tor his part, can re-
count many interesting Btbucal historical, and
philosophical tales when he would rather scy
nothing for the record.
But there was a French denial ol the saJe
cc *C new >ets to Israel winch suggests the
possibility that such a sale mcy indeed have
been consummated il on perhaps a iess gran-
diose scale.
In addition Argentine President Arturo
Frcr.dixi was cue to crr-.Te in Pans or. the heels
>en-Gunoa s departing stecrr. There can be
Mi doubt that the Eichmar.n a2au wes on
both agendas
The de Gculie-Ben-Guricr. talks were held
ir. Im atmosphere at mare ramas then specu-
late :\ Am*. France had o3erec Banal cs rr.edx>
toi tor a race-saving extra a; tier, m the Israei-
Argentme traces.
Destined to Feel the Heat
Perhaps less tad than faction the rumors
MMriaWlM reflect adecuciely the method the
( r^tec NwSOBa employed lest week to dispose
-".e FVondit; Government's core pic .r.: acamnt
Israel; v>okrtion oi her soveresc
Secunry Ot ~F?*d Israel on the
wrist toe spiriting, Adol EkkfBOBB cut Buenos
** without Sanaa aBcfcal perm issuer.. The
Council then winked and :umec the other .
In desnandtng adeguate reparation tor
the .nsuh the Argentine Govemmer.t by Tues-
day sail tailed ic define what was meiant -
-jgh en apology trora Israel deemed suffi-
cient by Henry Cabot Lodg* end the US deJe-
>OA to the UN was summerjv rewsred when
H Mono Amodeo chairmen or the Argertme
representation declared it tc be no* ***ntfh
Despite the UN action, would flujaaliRH
stl eerocmd the actual return oi Eichmona
rather than a tace^rrinc extradition to tbe Ar-
gentine embassy .r. Israel as -die French aria-
mcL'y suggested"
Whatever die ultimate outcome ad the inSar-
acnood debate and the Securer Ceaae2s
cxtuai if not ,v-^-"*n< tmpnsTeni a hi lauaJs
capture oi Eichmann and the oakxane swans
by now ossurwd mcrecaanc dhscoBntort oaaM
be tsh throughout tbe tree world om the an-
pendatg aim of me farmer Nazi cxmunal
For mazy ere &* powers inchadaic the
green desnocrociea which, bv then rarasal to
occey* large segments at Gannon Jewrv s rate-
gee population, contributed to Fjchmenn s r.)n-
'sohitian' oi the Jewish praslam. Tie
ri jsi,s yiond..n d.>. ,u.r.n~ it,. K>n.us ^.re t0 ^^ the record, although it sorely needs correcting. My
'" V*h.^".*,..., ..------>a m ^.w_____ ^.opinions, pointedly and I believe unmistakably expressed in a
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THE
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torts behind this sad turn ol history are among
the many revelations Eichmann may be ex-
pected to make not to ment-.cn what he will
have to say about coUaboration during World
War 11 and the rising tide oi neo-Narism today.
Argentina is net the only country destined
to teel the heat
The Rockwell Scourge
The conflicting statements issued by the
Marine Corps end the Justice Department '.see
story Page 1 A indicate the existence ol a high
level oi lnaensitmty to the true purpose oi the
Americcn Nor: Party.
The Carps says the; c Marine is within his
nghts to be a member of the party because the
Justice Department hes advised that Lincoln
Rockwell's hate movement does no! eppear on
the Attorney General's Lst oi subversive argan-
The Justice Department ccunters w; the
comment that a has not been c-iened by the
Corps: nor bes :: issued cny such ofhcial ob-
servatxa.
1" would be brutal but truthful to conclude
that someone is Ibbmc.
The shock we Jeel hi tne government's al-
M rfthnrc: I Ml IMkwf qM&Mh MEta to
he activities oi the Americcn Ncri Party on
die very doorstep of Ccz :.- HJJ BMeU not im-
mobUai us. A contnmng and mcssive assault
through the democratic processes available to
the^aaas ol is ncnon must be wcoed to
oaa&oy the Rockwell scourge.
It .s beyond cenceptton to believe that the
American people have so quickly raroattan the
n*cmng oi the brownahirt end the sveosoko
symbols oi o toadacrionism ogonst which so
many at us taught and disc during World
Edelsberg. director oi the Wash-
1 the Ant>I>ataDarooo Lsogue. hit
kry when he declaredt
TMi centunas-old AngioScxon concepts
of cisordechr concur: end breach oi peace stll
nave any meaning the Ncsi ralbss an ootnaht
?Jolahons ct law." ^ai
J Jwal-K*w York S*** sd ogmnst
w*w*L on Tueeocy. when I issued an order
-a^-TTIL ^3* ** naUjB 9oearaBkaol
- aa r* tar renmc m MMpMM In rcbdiTv
d Fdeisbarg's hxrth. obsereofcoa that '^TS
swuttonal protsctwii of free speech was not
designed to cover the fand oi rik anb-
d h whtah Rockwsfl
rolumTTiine 17 'stand'unalterably as a personal testament of faith!
What others have since said or written in amplification of thei* riewi
Number 27 ,jc, bevond my purview to edit or amend. Ours is >"f*>y toe pres,
and pre*umablv. it does not matter jf I was quoted without bein[
askod-or. what is worse, misquoted. The privilege to publish as one
--------------pleases is inalienable. .
The June 17 column, then, is the single account of what in fact
took place There are. obviously, no authorired versions. Nor can
humorless masquerades of the series of occurrences surrounding it-
from threats to bombinudo more than obscure tbe fundamental issue
involved. One newspaper tried to do this, and merely betrayed its
own weakest motives.
The problem here is not really to berate the reporting of the event
To a greater or lesser degree, all of us fail short of tbe noblest ideals
to*-r return in kindhowever easy it may bethe vicious words Mr. Court,
ne> has reserved for me. Coming from him, they are indeed paeans
ot praise, presumably professional encomiums that thankfully set us
apart one from the other. For this sharply-etched distinction of his
own making. 1 must at the very least congratulate him.
The issue lies elsewhere. It is as I said in the now controversial
June 17 column: ". where they incite to riot Mr. Courtne>'s
beliefs may no longer claim impunity in the name of free speech, and
become the concern of an outraged community that must charge him
with violation of his public trust."
rac M*wiiiirTr of m shkm
IN AN EDITORIAL on Monda>. June 20, over televeisa elation WTVJ,
Ralph Renick. vice president in charge of news, put It with laudable
conviction: 'Freedom of speech in America is the.soul sad conscience
of the community. But the rights contained in tbe First Amendment
to say what you please are not absolute Continued Beoick: "Nor
does it protect a man who would use the power of words to malign, dis-
tort, or fabneate with tbe purpose or effect of creating violence dis-
order or injury."
In sum. no one here criticixes the opinions of the WQAJI commen-
tator. But it is the manner in which he has expressed tbesa which be-
comes of fundamental concern. To argue the legal merits of the
Lichmann case, as he has since insisted upon doing, is hardly germane.
To trace the less than subtle change in tbe radio newsman's vie* of
the case since my June 17 column, and what Rentes in bis editorial
three da>s later called "the seeds sown by Courtney's intemperance,"
would totally miss the point.
Just what is the point* It is the responsibility of mass communi-
cations media to the community they serve. No amount of hysterical
name-caJling. epithet or insult can change this. We are each of us
entitled to our personal beliefs and to oar fair eaarmies of themin
whatever field these beliefs may lie. But we are not entitled to them
if they arouse tbe passions of our neighbors for the purpose oi eliciting
ill intent.
A pertinent example in this regard is Mayor Robert F. Wagner,
who last week der.ed American Nazi Party Fuehrer Lincoln Rockwell
a perm:: la hold a rally in New York's Union Square oa July 4; the
< \< mse of -free speech there would clearly lead te violence.
-: -: -:-
Tiff TMKAT COatfS MOMl TO MOST
?HE RESPONSIBILITY OF a newsman is much mare awesome to
employ eaaiatiaa in the practice of hit cherished right to free-
dom of 'peech precisely because he has at his disposal the instrumen-
tality of a mass communications medium. As a result of say June 17
column and Ker.uk s editorial support on June 20itself a salient ex-
ample ot nca r sponsibuity and of concern for tbe welfare of tbe wide
audience Raakh sarveiboth of us have been maligned and reviled.
But. on Jure 21. an innocent Miami man's house was mistakenly
blastedan even that gave ominous meaning to my ssrdi here to
weeks Sga hether he would condone it or net ... he WQAM
comment*u agiinst another It hardly matters that he did net sanction it and
rnif ht. indeed, regard its consequences with hcrrer. for ja his name
an agij threat has been madea threat to halt by riairarr the un-
hampered right be passionately claims for himself to speak and nte
as one pleasts
On June 21 tbe threat came home to roost. Ne aaaeaat af invec-
tive can alter that. The predicted possibility was ] i sasfirr J into
rr*5"> *1,fc lh* ^plosion ot a crackpot's revenge incited by irrespon-
sible bn>accis::r,j; s^-her can continuing fit *re" legausms con-
cerning the E cr.mann case successiullv baleen* this swhspp> inheri-
tance of Coartney's unbridled ofauonor. wdeed. the baa* issse.
As twi.rm*n of a workshop session sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami chap:rr of the American Jewish Committee aaaae two year* ago.
whose theme u preciselv this question I suggested that mass com*
mururations media must not consider their 111paai hslilj to the com-
munity ended oace they ha\r reported the sews. They mast also act
as teacher b> err.phasiEng the constructive and mensurate treatment the divisive and sacsaVy "
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Friday. July 1. I960
-Jewish fkrktian
liTTDl TO TW EDITOR -
Page S-A
Attack on Columnist Sickens Reader
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridien: ,
Of course, it made me heartsick
to har of, the anti-Semitic attacks
for whom Jw are also abomi-
nable.
If it is your belief that Israel was
of the jeopardy in which the mere
assertion puts the integrity of the
citizenship status of all Jews who
being made on Leo Mindlin for his wrong, it is your runt as a free "^ ',,zens of countries other than
forthright stand in the Eichmann American to say so. But it
the State of Israel The fundament-
*a,e- responsibility
But it makes me even sicker to cven ,emP'-""
i'th an .Zion!st orientation of the State!
not to parrot the
to say so with ,n of Fsrar| re.T6mg a Jew< lQ
listen lo many of the callers on the '"y Propaganda of the Amer- C"" be dlsm s ed Z ml" h "
Alan C* nrtney program, and to ,can Councit for Judaism, the Arab "f f ,ism,!,sehd as mere lde-
their display of appalling lack of '"formation Center, and ant.-Se-' S "S"'?8**'heDn i!?.PT0{*r
knowledge of the details and hate-mongers in such a way ttSj^\ZZZSJ??, ^T
i the development o'f alS -JJ 'ead to the bombing of ff,1,^338 itS&SSL
The bombing of Samuel Mindlin's ffielUl'TflrS '" f. most *
tiuential and responsible sectors
of the American pros.
HERBERT E.
Miami Beech
STEINER
Scmitism in history.
hiJ.il ThJn ,hermelv,fs a" not '" house
S ,h h,rdeJrlhemasS Mla,, of June 17 -
S?i^JJ2.i^e# ?. S"em,n*,':proof of 1,s shapP foresight, which
ing information for these past np always demonstrates
Zln^nHh' th,a' JET ,nCVer ; Great" Miaml Jpwry owe M.nd-
1X1 .,? ?um'nutest b,t of time ,in a debt of gratitude, and many .
! r h ,h r Tpurtlnt mat of us are savi"s n, things about Brood Named to Body
fi^'S ran f'nd f" the ,,mcihim. But 1 have yet to hear anyone M '
in the world for gangster portray say out loud: ..Let-S pubIic|v con Morns Broad, executive vice
als. fictional westerns, giveaway oratuiate ,his man who has SPrvcd president of American Barings and
Loan Assn.. has recently been ap
pointed a member of the disaster <
preparedness committee of the micro''l'o and store permanent rec
program,, nauseating commercials, this communitv so fearlessly for so
and so on. ad mfinitum. it is nat-|many years'
ural to ixpect only that which Alan!
Courtney so professionally and dil-j
igcnlly .vcoops up.
HY KLEIN
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Greater Miami Jewry owes Leo
Mindlin a debt of gratitude. Last
week, hf went forth into battle in
their behalf and all by himself.
Mindlin doe* this every week, m
my opiiiion, but his column of
June 17 rales lops.
Too many people continue to;
confuse the issue. Mindlin made it
clear before TV and the local press
got it murky. He believes Israel is
right in the Eichmann case. Court-
ney doesnt. But that's not the ques-
tion.
year
Why are we afraid to go on the
record in. the name of decency''
Why does the Jewish community
fail him and therefore all of
us? Lincoln Rockwell is not afraid
to speak out. I notice that t.he Amer-
ican Civil Liberties Union jumps
to his support every time he prom-
ises to gas the Jews. Why do they
so many of them Jewish show
courage in a Rockwell's behalf, but
remain silent in behalf of a spokes-
man for decency, democracy, and
Jewish pride?
MORTON CORDON
Miami
Annual character awards in memory of Sidney Appel. son of
Benjamin Appel and the late Ida Appel, are presented at clos- '
ing day exercises at the Hebrew Academy to Marlsne Wil-
liams and Nancy Saltz (center) by Jerome Cohen (right),
nephew of Benjamin Appel. who looks on (right). Ths Sidney-
Appel Memorial Fund was established 14 years ago by the>:-
Goodman. Gerstein. and Maberlott families, and makes award
presentations annually to the outstanding student in character'
and citizenship in the Academy's eighth grade.
The edition is hew you say
this without pandering to the al-
most obscene anti Semitic inch
nations cf ignorant poop It peo-
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f Israci is an abomination and
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It is now clearly established that
a principal motivation in the Is-
raeli apprehension of Eichmann
and the Insistence upon trying
him In Israel is Israel's conception
of itself as the representative of all
Jews.
In his June 10 letter to President
Frondizi, of the Argentine, the
Prime Minister of Israel said Eich-
mann must "stand trial before the
Jewish people" and such "a trial
. can take place only in Israel."
In cannot be emphasized too
strongly that Eichmann must be
tried for his horrendous crimes.
No respectable institution or per-
son can possibly think otherwise.
It is the means for exacting ju-
tice which are ul issue; and par-
ticularly the dangerous motiva-
tion, admitted by Israel officials,
of the State of Israel to attempt
to establish this improper claim
to speak for, and represent, cit-
izen* of ether countries on the
sole ground of their identifica-
tion as Jews.
There can no longer he doubt
about the high-policy determina-
tion of the State of Israel to assert
this claim of representation for all
Jews, regardless of their legal cit-
izenship. Nor can there be doubt
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Jewish Vocational Service Proposes
Rehabilitation Program for Federal Aid
ere will be more aged and "u.e program (or the year be-
at>d entering the labor m. ^g Feb 1. 1961.
the fa proposed re- specific purposes of the project
Sabilititton project self the green WCM\^ be to develop and improve
from the Federal 01f.ee cf ^ wor|- capacities of older hand-
\ ational Rehabilitation :cappd persons to better their
According to Llovd L Ruk:n. chances of job placement* in the
present. Jewish Vocational Sc-rv- open labor market; to strengthen
ic his agencv has submitted an and increase the state and com-
apphcation to the Federal govern- munity resources for older handi
rrent which would provide funds capped persons who have not been
to JVS for demonstration job ad adequately served with traditional
jt>:.Tient program at the agency s methods: to employ selective^ job
workshop.
placement techniques in combina-
tion workshop training and expe-
rience.
Under the prevision* af the
Federal grant, the Jewish Voca-
tional Service Workshop would
provide vocational diagnosis,
workshop evaluation, vocational
and personal adiustment, 100
placement, vocational training,
and on-the fob follow up.
The blueprint of the program,
approved by the JVS board of di-
rectors, was recently presented
in Washington, DC, by the JVS
executive director Dr. Michael
Goodman to Fred Schumacher,
consultant of the Demonstration
Grants Section of the Federal Of-
fice of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Approval of the proposal has
teen tentatively received from The project, drawn up and de
Oaod i! Andrews, director of the vised by Dr Goodman, is based on
Florida Vocational Rehabilitation a similar program conducted by
Division. The Jewi-h Vocatior.il 'he Federation Employment and
Service is requesting better thar. Guidance Service, the New York
7.000 from the Federal govern City JVS agenccy. The DA Depart-
aatr.t for financing the major com ment of Labor predicted in a re-
------------------------------------------------- cent study that there will be an in-
_ ... _, r*_n crease in the number of older per
laMM Chosen fO SfOft ~0ns by about 20 per cent so that
t> w c- if. .i 'here will be a total of almost 34
Rabbi Samuel S. Lerer. spiritual mUlion workm ma 45 by ig7Q
kader of Temple Beth Sholem. _. .
,, ... Final decision on the grant will
Hollywood, and Mrs Lerer have ^ nandcd dwn by the ^^
beer, chosen by the national office visory committee of the Federal
Jewish Vocational Service officers at recent
first annual meeting. Left to right (seated) are
Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. vice president, 195^60;
Lloyd L Ruslcin. reelected president; Mis.
Charles P. Feinberg, vice president. Left to
right (standing) are Barney Bernstein, vice
president; Albert J. Hirsch, vice president, 1959-
60; Sam I. Keiman, honorary president; Clem-
en J. Ehrlich. vice president; Dr. Michael Good-
Weber Painting
Goes to Brandeis
man, executive director. Other officers not
shown are Dr. Jess Spirer. vice president; Mrs.
Sam Stark, secretary; and Marshall Harris,
treasurer. Board of directors elected for threes-
year term were Barney Bernstein. Harold Gold-
farb. Marshall Harris, Charles Hertsoff. Sam
Luby. jr.. Dr. J. R Schwartz. ]ess Sc'-.wartr.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Sam Stark and Arthur
L. Willner.
By Special Report
WALTHAM. Mass. -Whither
Now." by Max Weber, a painting
motivated by the eminent artist's
of lnited Synagogue Youth to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
staff of the L'SY Israel Pilgrimage. >ome t,m* "> October.
They will emhark on a seven-week The Jewish Vocational Service is
trip through Israel and Europe be a member agenev of the Greater r"ction to the Nan attack on the
gmning July 7. with 120 teen-ager. Miami Jewish Federation and the B*r'"> Jesrie* community in No-
fcom Conservative temple* Dade County Welfare Planning **". 1938. has been presented
throughout the Lnited States Council. lo Brandeis University by Mr. and
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. i Mrs. Weber
The pamting. which becomes
part of the university's permanent
art collection, portrays two Jewish
patriarchs praying for a homeland.
The ar.ist describes this paint-
ing a* "the need to express pic
tonally my sorrow and horror at
the grief and shame of the Crystal
Night and the subsequent crimes
that shocked the civilized world as
a means of helping to eradicate
Nazi evil and hate."
Weber's work, which has been
critically recognized as being in
the forefront of American painting
for the last two generations, is
permanently represented in the
principal museums and galleries
of the country' An exhibit of his
work was a significant feature of
the Creative Arts Festival at Bran-
deis in 1957
Noted Economist
Leads Soles Push
By Special Report
NEW YORK Robert R. Ns-
than. former economic advisor in
the Roosevelt and Truman admin
i-trations will head a major Amer-
ican effort in the sale of Israeli
securities in the United States, it
was announced here.
One of the country's leading eco-
nomists. Nathan was elected chair-
man of the board of the newly- or-
ganized firm of Brager 4 Com-
pany, the nation's only broker trad-
ing exclusively in Israeli secun-
, ties.
He will bead a 15-anan board of
, prominent American leaders and
industrialists in a greatly-expand-
ed operation to underwrite and
sell new issues of Israeli securities
here.
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*Jewisti fkridlicnn
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1
'allies Urged to Hit U.S. 'Sanction'
Continued from Page 1 A
American passports carried by
iws. and in sanctioning expulsion
Jews from employment by
lertcan firms Th the" flfiddie
1st.
In resolution adopted here,
NCR AC condemned these
ractices, and called en all aoen-
lies or government "to refuse
yield to the religious or racial
rejudice of foreign countries in
hiring or placement of Amor-
ten personnel." The resolution
itded the New York courts for
lir ruling in the ARAMCO case.
In another resolution, the session
|U-d "with shame and dismay that
United States Government has
Emitted to the Arab boycott of
|ps touching at Israel ports." It
ged President Eisenhower to act
Jer the recent Congressional
i-ndmcnt to the Mutual Security
authorizing him to deny eco-
iic aid to states practicing eco-
nc warfare against others and
"suport the rights of Ameri-
shippers to trade freely in aO
Ntal ports, and in particular to
the right of American ship-
to deal with their own Gov-
nent in respect to transport*
of American military supplies
surplus commodities without
ference by Arab govern-
resolution called on both po-
parties and their candidates
kommit themselves to seek an
[to the Arab boycott, and urged
rican firms to resist it "by ev-
legal means." The session took
izance of activities by Arab
jlar and diplomatic officials
open abuse of their diplomatic
Is" in spreading "anti-Jewish
prds and distortions" in every
of the country It said this
(rial was reflected by private
inizations such as the American
ids of the Middle East, pledg-
fight against this activity, and
the Government to ensure
Arab officials were not "sow-
lie seeds of hatred" in contra
ron of their legitimate func-
strong bid to the American
Mi Committee and the B'noi
to return to membership
NCRAC was voiced at the
lucking session of the confer-
by Lewis H. Weinstein, Bos-
fattorney, who was elected
rmm, succeeding Judge Da-
Ullman, of Philadelphia.
instein said the absence of
two organizations had "been
deplored for years." We constantly sion to gather information on anti-
kept the door open for their re Semitism and other hate activities,
turn," he declared. "We must now In still another resolution the
intensify and redouble our efforts NCRAC plenum stressed that there
to this end." imust be no religious test of public
The new president told the ses office, and opposed appeals to re-
sion that "the over-riding interests ligious. ethnic or racial prejudices,
of the whole Jewish community de The organization pledged itself to
mand that all who share in the re work for the creation of fair elec-
sponsibility for Jewish community tion practices groups throughout
relations should be represented at the nation. It reaffirmed the prin-
the common table, at which pol ciples of separation of Church and
icies are formulated and programs state, with special reference to re-
planned." He pledged that "the | ligious practices and observances
I issues of equality and justice and m the public schools.
|freedom, that press upon us, we The conference hit the failure of
shall continue to deal with in ac both parties to carry out pledges |
icord with our commitments to Jew made over the past eight years for
jish values and the American idea." substantial revision of immigration
! Louis Fcinmark. of New Haven. |iaw8. it noted that, while President
Julian Freeman, of Indianapolis. Eisenhower has proposed revisions,
Marcus Ginsburg, of Ft. Worth., he submitted them too late and,
! Aaron Goldman, of Washington, failed to exert executive leadership
and Judge Isaac Pacht, of Los An- ^hat might have brought about
geles, were elected vice chairmen. | their enactment.
Echel T. Feinstein, of St. Louis,
was chosen secretary; and Joseph
Yaffe, of Philadelphia, treasurer.
Paul G. Annes, co-chairman of
the governing council of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, took issue
with some delegates who recom-
mended additional legal weapons
to combat what they described as a
rise in anti-Semitism.
Annas strongly critic hod those
proposals, and took the position
j that "the safety and security of
| the Jewish community rests up-
1 on the preservation of the Bill of
I Rights." He said that, in the long
' run, the security of American
Jews is more likely to bo endan-
' gered by impoirmonts and evas-
ions of the Bill of Rights than by
Mowing "the Rockwells to rant
I and rave." Ho was referring to
George Lincoln RecKwetl, Arling-
ton, V., who has been denied a
permit in New York City for a
Fourth of July rally under the
banner of the American Nazi
Party.
This resolution called on both
parties to renew and fulfill their
pledges by enactment in the 87th
Congress of legislation to replace
the discriminatory national ori-
gins quota system with an equit-
able, non-discriminatory formula;
eliminate the deportation provis-
ion of the law, except for fraudu-
lent entry; correct distinctions fa-
voring native-born over natural-
ized citizens; and establish fair-
appeals procedures in immigra-
tion and nationality questions.
A series of resolutions covered a
wide range of civil rights questions,
.which had been extensively discus-
sed during the four-day sessions.
One resolution endorsed and ap-
plauded "sit-in" moves, seeking by
non-violent means to obtain equal-
ity of treatment by retail stores and
the justice of the demands of the
I other establishments, and affirmed
"sit-in" movements. Other resolu-
! tions called on both parties to enact
'legislation to strengthen the execu-
tive branch so as to eliminate dis-
Dealing with anti-Semitic mani- criminatory practices, and asked
festations in the United States, the President Eisenhower to use his
session noted that the recent swas- authority and moral prestige to this
tika plague was the "result of a effect.
wave of contagious imitation by j ------------------
youths, many in their early teens, | fa\\ Registration Scheduled
seeking outlets fpr their general-
ized aggressive attitudes toward Spring registration has already
society," but warned it would be resulted in the fenrollment or one
"unwise to look upon these inci- i hundred and fifty children for the
dents as merely isolated expres-1 falll in the early childhood devel-
sions of comparatively unimpor- opment program of the Greater
tant and passing significance." Miami Jewish Community Center.
Another resolution called on the \ The fall term will begin on Sept.
schools and textbooks publishers to 6. at each of the four Center Bran
make youth aware of Nazi crimes ches. Registration will continue
land the dangers of prejudice. It !daily during June for this program
I urged immediate action to estab- it was announuced by Mrs. Ethel
ilish a permanent Federal commis- Grossman, supervisor.
idents' Poor 'Practical Joke' Backfires
Continued from Page 1 A
lied his job if he had been given more time," the
jnt editorial added that "unfortunately for hu-
ity, the uncleans seduced the capitalists of the
crn hemisphere, and they, although intellectual-
ferior, were rich enough to defeat the master
Until the "great day," when "we will resume our
position as masters of the world," the editorial added,
"all intellectuals can aid their party by contributing
to the campaign to free our great hero of World War
II from the clutches of the non-Aryans." Readers
were advised to send their contributions to "Wilhelm
Schmidt, chairman of the Committee to save Adolf
Eichmann, Buenos Aires, Argentina."
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* Jen 1st flcrxfian
FrlrJoy. July 1. i960
*hk Bonn Eyes Argentine Talk
r^ On Easy-Living Ex-Nazis
At the 18th annual dinner meeting ot Temple
Beth Sholom awards are presented to Meysr
Friedman, Howard H. Miller and Irving B. Kap-
lan for service in connection with completing
the new Temple kitchen. Rabbi Leon Kronish
presents the awards as Maury S. Olinick.
chairman of the awards committee, looks on.
Rockwell Considering legal' Battle
Contused from Page IA
Thur-day ai'p'<- propoted by Argentina, callinu Ebf
"adequate reparation"" from Nr.nl.
Dr. Mario Amadeo. chairman of th--
Argentine delegation, rwhtted to
qweify irluif "reptxitioo" his
ernment woiiH consider "de
quad- He had l"-n a>ked tlM
qiii itiOB, first by Israel Foreign
Minister Golds Heir, then force
fully, by Arkady A Sobolev, bead
.I the Soviet Unton'i detefatkw.
On behalf of the I'mted States
government. Ambassdor Henry
Cabot Lodge had told the Council
that Washington would COBlMw ll
raal'l apology, .iln-ady voiced in
the Council by Mrs, Meir, as "'MM
quate." Adoption of the resolution
itself, "taken together" with Mrs.
Mnr's apology lor Israel's violation
of Argentine sovereignty in the ab-
duction of Eichmann, should close
part) lefl vhifthoJ AirsaC, Amier.|
dam. Si: ,|a I
Israel, according to a Ji -h !<:!
graphic- Agency dispatch from The)
I l.i ue. Mr. Ben Gurion rtad
\tra day at the Dutch capital
"(or private reasons." There weral
reports, however, that h> stay m
tin- Netherlands had been proionfl
id in the expectation that Mil'
Frondi/i might invite him to
meeting at Brussels.)
Dr. Amadeo had told t'e Coin' A
at one point in the debate on aafl
.hi'i Israel resolution tha* hi" gal
ernment demanded not only the m\
nun of Eichmann. but alva the pua
ishment of those who captured thf
Nazi without permission from (bob
Argentine government. Howevta^F
the Buenos Aires representative
did not repeat this interpretatioa
when challenged tor ad .n
"adequate reparation."
the case, said Mr. Lodge.
Sunday's Brussels statement by Bank PosfS Dividend
Frondizi left doubts as to what fur-
By JACOB CHERNOFSKY
JTA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORKiJTAiThe struggle over a permit for an American
Nazi party July 4 rally in New York's Union Square moved into the
o-urts this week after Nazi George Lincoln Rockwell's bid was rebuffed
b] Mayor Wagner
Rockwell, who was roughed up in -
a riotous -ceuv in the rotunda of the
New York County Supreme Court
I Idirg where he appeared on a
hearing on an application for a
permanent injunction against the
permit, was placed on a plane for
Washington by police.
He was scheduled to return to
New York to start court proceed-
ings to set aside Mayor Wagner's
refusal. In that effort, Rock-
well was assured of legal help
by the New York Civil Liberties
Union, which said it despised
Rockwell's goals but insisted on
his constitutional rights.
The hearing before Justice Vm
cent Lupiano was on a bid for a
permanent injunction sought by
Estate Sen. Frank Pino and Aaseot-
La man [rwin Brownstein acting M
taxpayers
Mayor Wagner announced at
City Hall that Rockwell would not
get a permit to speak in New York
City "on July 4 or at any other
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the Nazi to speak in New York City
ua^ an invitation to riot and dis-
order from a half penny Hitler. The
invitation is declined "
The announcement ended severa1
days of tension which developed
when Parks Commissioner New
bold Morris indicated he felt the
permit should be issued on const it i-
tional grounds. A roar of protest
developed from scores of organiza
tions. Jewish and non-Jewish, in-
cluding threats from veterans
groups that they would picket an\
such rally.
Attendants at the New York
Supreme Court building had o
call in police to save Rockwell
from being manhandled by a
crowd of 140 who jostled around
the Naii screaming, "Kill him,"
when they recognized him. A sim-
ilar scene developed when Rock-
well was taken outside to be put
in a cab for the trip to he air-
port. He was not hurt in either
encounter.
Rockwell told the court that his
part) had only 30 members, but
d that more were joining
tv rn.nute."
Sen Pino and Assemblyman
Brownstein moved prompt I v after
the mayor s announcement to in
ititute proceedings to ban all activ-
ities of Rockwell and his group u
New York State They tiled an ap
peal for a permanent injunction to
restrain the Nazi group grom using
the name "American Sazi P?rt>,"
or the swastika emblem or from
any activities in the state.
The Jewish Labor Committee
meanwhile disclosed it had chal-
lenged the Federal Department of
Justice on its stand that the Sub
versive Activities Control Act ap-
plied only to Communist groups and
that the Department therefore
could not act against Rockwell and
his group.
The JLC cited correspondence
with J. Walter Yeaqley, Assis-
tant U.S. Attorney General, who
said the government could not
I take action to hah the activities
of Rockwell and his "storm-troop-
ers" "unless there is evidence
to establish a violation of a Fed-
eral statute." He also declared
that the subversive control act
applies only to "Communist or-
ganizations which come within
the definition" of that law.
Adolf Held. JLC chairman, re-
plied that the act "gives latitude
and procedures against aajr organ-
ization found to he subversive."
Held cited a long list of ultra-right
wing organizations, such as the
so-called American Christian Na-
tionalist Party," which had been
designated as subversive.
ther steps, if any, were contem-
plated by the Argentine govern
ment. There was certainty that the
previously scheduled meeting in
Europe, between Mr. Frondizi and
Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion. would not be held.
(Mr. Ben-Gurion and his official
Frederick J. Tcschkee president
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31. 1980. has been declared by the
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'New' Jew Emerging-Dr. Goldmann
PARIS (JTA) Dr. Nahum i for Israel by Jews living in other | Andre Malraux, the French Mia-
Coldmann, president of the World countries. Asserting that Jews ister for Culture, presided.
Zionist -Organization, said this \ have the right to be "emotionally. \ in nU address Denine the meet-
week that it was premature to culturally and religiously" attach-! ing m Malrau*"^!S iibuS to
judge what effect the existence of ed to Israel. Dr. Goldmann urged h^'spiritual valL^?o^Jewish
Israel will have on anti-Semitism Jews not to be impressed by such !Peop,e and he radiUons theha3
and attitudes of non-Jews toward | accusations. He emphasized that maintained for over 2 onni ve,
]ilTlT80met"Bd"wereal- 2 rst t th,e pru,cipal";'^&*Z STuffiS
ready clear. spiritual center for Jews every- on behalf of the French Govern.
Speaking at a dinner marking; ere' meBt for its work in spreading
the 100th anniversary of the Al-1 Jacob Blaustein. honorary pres-' French culture among the Jews in
liance Israelite Universelle, the ident of the American Jewish Com- many European countries and in.
leading organization of French miitee. told the dinner guests that ,he Moslem countries.
Jewry, Dr. Goldmann said that the fate of Jews everywhere was
one effect would be that the Jew- closely tied to the fate of democ-
ish people will lose "its Godlike" racy. He rejected the idea that the
status in the eyes of those who do [ attractions of democratic ways of
' not know what Jews are really. living might lead Jews to abandon
like. This, he explained, would fol-! their ties with their religion, tra-
low from the fact that Israel "has dition and culture,
established an understanding of .ThoS wno harbor such anxjc.
\ .what a Jew really is
laifa
18.100-toa liner SS Atlantic, of American Export Lines.
h next fall will be the first U.S.-flag passenger liner to
transatlantic sailing from Florida, is a welcome visitor
as Teddy Kollek. general director of the Prime Min-
r's office, pays a call on Capt. Leif J. Christiansen during the
-sl' recent maiden voyage call at Israel. Haifa, back-
' for thi3 photograph, is a principal port for the Atlantic
fall on a 35-day Sunlane Thrift Cruise to the Mediterran-
sailing from Port Everglades. Fla.. on Oct. 16 and return-
Nov.20.
Another ?feet, he said, was
the evolvement in Israel of
"new Jew, who is no* clover
but who is hard working and
courageous and free of pertecu-
tions bocauso ho forms tho ma-
jority of tho population in his
own country.
ties propose one or both of two
.drastic remedies." he said, "both
Prof. Rono Cassin, vico prot*-
of tho Conseil d'Etat and
president of tho Alliance, laudod
tho long-standing friendship of
President do Gaulle and his in-
terest in tho work of tho Alliance.
He noted the extent of the Alli-
ance's work in Israel where it es-
tablished the Mivkeh Lsrael agn-
have no future anywhere and
A negative effect of the restora-
tion of Israel, the world Jewish
leader said, might be charges by [that goes for Israel also."
anti-Semites of too much loyalty
consisting of withdrawal. The first' culu,ra' school and numerous other
is that Jews withdraw to a coun- educational and vocational institu-
try of their own; the second is'uons-
that Jews, wherever they now live, i United Nations Secretary Gener-
rhould withdraw into a life of their al Dag Hammarskjold in a mes-
|own, a voluntary ghettoization." ; sage read to the Assembly, praisedi
He warned that "if the Jews have! the Alliance for its long fight far
no future in the democratic coun- human rights,
tries to which they belong, they,
ilgians Give Ben-Gurion Royal Treatment
S.UVIN
WON PLANS
BRUSSELS (JTA) Prime The Prime Minister, Mrs. Ben-
Mimster David Ben-Gurion of Is- Gurion and Israel Ambassador
rael told a delegation of all Zion- Chanan Cidor had lunch with the
ist organizations here that Israel
expected three actions from non-
Israeli Jewries.
ture;" establishing personal tiesjor o ^ Israel visils_
RLES S. LAVHf, whose
have been editorialized in
s Dtfesl announces the
of the famous Paint
D_l_ *- I*-"-' -wMiiMii H^isuuai lies
now sc rain Beacn, |Wj,h ^^^ by sending children to
Israel to visit and study there; and
the hardest, "personal settlement
in Israel so that the youth from
other Jewish communities would
participate "in the^upbuilding" of
the Jewish State."
(Jueen and Prince Bernhard at the
Soestdijk Palace. Later, Mr. Ben-
Amory Haughten, the United
States Ambassador to Franco,
praised the Alliance for its appli-
cation of democratic principles
nd said it was making a con-
tribution te tho cause of world
peace.
The commemoration opened wUh
an impressive gathering in the
UNESCO auditorium. Delegations
. representing Jewish communities
Gurion was taken as a pas* of ffiSSt Okl free
He said these were provision of the Govcrnment for n inspection
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The Prime Minister attended
a State dinner in his honor given
by Premier Gaston Eyskens and
attended by leaders of tho Bel-
gian Senate and Parliament and
various Cabinet ministers.
Premier Eyskens said at the din-
ner that it was his pleasure to note
"the friendly relations between our
two countries and our two people
who both want to work in a fruit-
ful way." He added the the rela-
tionships were developing "har-
moniously, especially in the eco-
nomic field where some recent ini-
tiatives give the hope that new
progress will be achieved."
The Premier added he was cer-
tain that "useful cooperation be-
tween Israel and the young State
of the Congo will be established
and that the Congo will find in Is-
rael things to follow as examples,
mainly in the field of rural econ-
omy and the organization of co-
operatives."
'
On his arrival at The Hajue
with his wife end daughter, the
Prime Minister was greeted by
a group of Netherland officials.
"My country has feelings of sin-
cere friendship for the Dutch peo-
ple who on many occasions stretch-
ed out a helping hand to our per-
secuted brethren," the Prime Min-
ister said at the airport. He ex-
m' pressed the hope that his visit
I[would contribute to a further
I strengthening of Israel's happy re-
I lations with The' Netherlands
Congregation Yehuda b Mo.she Esv
field of French culture and repre-> hibits of arts and cr,fts and J
sentatives of the French Jewish,dian iore wi ^ ottered, Mrs. Hao>
community to mark the occasion, nah Shor is counselor.
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Friday.-My \.\{
Construction began this week of the second
section of Temple Ner Tamid. which will house
the main sanctuary. Dr. Ben Fabric, president
of the congregation, said that when completed
the structure will include a 1.000-seat syna-
gogue and a 200-seat chapel in addition to 11
classrooms, social hall, kitchen, library, and
offices of the present building. The new edi-
fice will feature an aluminum tower designed
in the form of an eternal light, portraying the
Temple's name. A walled outdoor recreational
area and a dance pavilion will also be part of
the new structure. Temple Ner Tamid i3 lo-
cated at 80th st. and Carlyle awe. J. Ogden and
Associates are the architects. Giller and Fryd
are general contractors. Louis Cohen is chair-
man of the building committee. Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz is spiritual leader of the congregation.
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monies Sunday evening at the con
yregation.
Rabbi Herschell Saville. spin
tual leader, v. ill install Milton Wei
ner. president; Irvin? Jacobson.
| fir-t vice president; Ernest Kreutt
I 7er. second vice president: Mack
I Libman. recording secretary; Fay
Coulton. financial secretary; Jack
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Named Director
Cantor David Conviser. of Tcm
pic Beth Shotom. of Miami Beach
was i> hern aptoinred music-**
'rector of the National Federation
!of Temple Yoqth Institute in Indi-
anpolis. The Cantor is also on the
! faculty of the NFTV Music Dance
land Art Festival in Great Barring-
Ion. Mass.
He will spend the month of July
alternating his duties between the
two camps.
Cantor Conviser it a graduate
of the Ji/llierd School of Music,
1 with a major in choral conduct-
ing, and received an MA dogroo
at Hebrew Union Collega of Si
cred Mutic. He has served as a
faculty member of the Hebrew
Union College, director of the He-
brow Art Quartette, choral con-
ductor for five seasons at the
BerksHre School of Music in Tan-
glewcod, and participated in the
1952 Choir Festival and tho 19SI
. Music Seminar in Israel
He is also a charter member of
the Robert Shaw Chorale, having
toured the country with them sev-
eral time. He has served as choral
director for the RCA Victor The-
saurus of Jewish Holidays and the
National Federation of Temple
youth
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with the Bach Aria Group for five
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Luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will
I be held on Tuesday noon, in the
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be Arnold A Piskin. director of
the Miami Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
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iligious School Registration Ahead
s
e r v i c e a
U n 10 LV e e At e n a
predicted in 1959, registration
he Jewish schools his again
td ahead, after a slight decline
fee school year 1996-59. The
I increase is 1,462 students over
of 1959. If the three, Broward
Iy Jewistf Schools were not in-
fd. as in 1959, the increa.se
.till be 875 students.
e.se are the statistical tabula-
[ reached on religious school af-
here by Louis Schwartzman,
hhve director of the Bureau of
Eh Education.
figures below show the ef-
of the surprising growth of
ay departments in several Re-
congregations in Hollywood,
and North Miami. The one-
i-week departments of all Jcw-
kchools have increased their
[registration from 4.021 in 1959
1.215 in 1960, an increase of
students.
1959 trend toward greater
ise in the afternoon depart
its has thus been temporarily
kerf, and the 1959 trend show
omand ef Jewish parents for
intensive Jewish education
wen niadfflad. There is no
that this educational pic-
rill atom change during the
V years whom mere organi-
ef aftornawri departments
[necessarily taste place, ac-
png to Scbwartzman.
healthful trend of the past
in increase of girls in the
ation at our schools con tin-
h in the afternoon and one-
sek departments. The in-
over 1959 consists of 139
girls registered in the after-
departments and 913 more
n the one-day-a-week depart-
. If the national policy of ed-
il departments of all Jew-
logical groupings is imple-
in our area, this registra-
more girls in the one-day a-
departments will affect the
growth of registration in the
departments with einpha-
tbe study of Hebrew,' the
u director predicted.
national survey of Jewish
tion released last year for the
'58 showed a national distri-
of enrollment of 45 percent
e-day-a-week schools; 47 per-
n weekday afternoon schools
percent in the all day Jew-
ools.
Miami situation in 1960
from the national averages:
rcent for the one-day-a-week
', 48 percent for afternoon
li and 4 percent in the all-day
The national survey shows
cent girls in the one-day-a-
school, with 29 percent girls
afternoon school. Miami fig-
lmost agree: 52 percent girls
one-day-a-week school; 30
girls in the afternoon
a.
ording to Schwartzman, "the
al survey figures estimate 40
percent of Jewish children
enrolled in Jewish schools at
articular time and that well
percent of Jewish children
some Jewish schooling at
'time during school age. Past
tics in 1954-55 tabulated by
ureau of Jewish Education of
er Miami from a "Yom Kip
formula based on absence of
students on that day from
elementary and junior hih
, revealed a Jewish child
tion in Greater Miami of
8,000 with a tentative in-
of 9 percent annually. These
s must be regarded as tenta
Today, this formula would in'
a Jewish child population in
Miami of about 11,800."
Murray Goldman, representing Miami Beach Elks Lodge, pre-
sents medals to Michael Gewitz and Dorothy Goldstein, sixth
grade students at the Hebrew Academy, for winning an essay
contest on "What Democracy Means to Me." sponsored by the
Elks Lodge.
MIStiW DEPARTMENT
SCNOOt
Adath Yefihurun
Beth Am Temple _____
Beth David Cong.
Beth El Cong.
Beth Emeth Cong. ____
Beth Israel Cong.
Beth Jacob Cong.
Coral Way J. C.
Dade Heights J.C.C.
Flagler-Granada J.C.C.
Hebrew Academy
Hebrew High School
Hialeah Reform _................
Homestead J.C. _______......
Israelite Center .........
tors
30
170
333
34
61
18
29
81
66
93
197
73
9
4
67
47
31
GltlS TOTAl
2
24
221
7
11
14
2
35
8
12
104
47
2
15
1
32
194
554
41
72
32
31
116
74
106
301
120
9
6
82
48
ONt-BA r- WEEK DEFT
SOYS Gim TOTAl
50 64 114
326 350 676
62 g3 115
2 3 5
64 62 126
152
42
160
28
18
Kneseth Israel Cong......__
Miami Hebrew Cong. ____
Cong. Monticello Park ...... 196
North Dade J.C._______........ 81
North Shore J.C. 198
Miramar Jewish C.C. _____
Southwest Jewish Center..... 5
Temple Beth El (Hollywood) 21
Temple Beth Sholem (H'd) 88
Temple Beth Sholom 165
Temple B'nai Sholom ......... 60
Temple Emanu-El 192
Temple Israel_____!__......... 72
Temple Judea 107
Temple Ner Tamid 95
Temple Sinai 46
Temple Sinai (Hollywood) 76
Temple Zamora________ 44
Temple Zion 163
Tifereth Israel .17
Tiiereth Jacob .......... 85
Workmen's Circle 11
Young Israel of G.M..... 23
Totals 3,038 1,295 4,333 2,478
Estimated Total Unduplicated Registration--------9,000
Registration Increase Over 1959-------------------1,462
120
48
75
32
28
272
90
175
(XI
46
7 38 37 24 61
58 254 58 77 135
16 97 51 56 109
90 288 70 20 95 165 20
26 31 16 24 40
2 23 50 55 105
60 148 42 67 109
104 269 100 170 270
11 71 104 59 163
69 261 113 206 319
20 92 420 420 840
27 134 156 233 389
34 129 24 24 48
45 91 165 165 330
50 126 59 37 96
6 50 15 17 32
50 213 75 112 187
3 20 32 30 62
31 66 24 28 52
19 30 3 1 4
62 85
2,737 5,215
80
Ih st
Schwartzman said that the Mi-
iami figures show that at any one
timein 1960 "about 76 percent
of our Jewish child population was
attending our Jewish schools, high
above the national 40 to 45 percent
average, and 3 percent higher than
the Greater Miami average of 1959.
"If we add to the present 9.000
unduplicated local total, the
number ef students who with-
drew from Jewish schools during
the past few years, and children
receiving private instruction, we
may estimate a 20 percent in-
crease to the 9,000 total, or
10,800 children in the Creator
Miami area exposed to Jewish
education at seme time during
school
, "The Miami average would thus
be about 91 percent, about 11 per-
cent above the national average,
i However, a bard core of about 1,000
I Jewish children remains who re-
ceive no form of Jewish education
at any time."
The school listing below, gives
the details.
4.GUOATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyla ave
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever.
4.NSHE KMES. 2533 SW 19th ave
Coneervative. Maxwell Silberman.
president.
SETH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd ava. Can
aervative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
Cantor William W. Lioaon.
Sr-rw EL 100 SW 17th av9. Orthodox
Rabbi Solamcn Aehlff.
ay :"> p.m. Saturday *.30 a.m.
Hernwn: R-vrrtn.An Antidote to
Correptloo "
JETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava
Conaarvativa. Rabbi David W. Her-
aon. Cantor Hyman Pain.
KiIIm> <:].i p.m. Sermon: "T'le Klc-h
nai.n i'im Satun.ay 9 a_m. S. :
BOB: "Weekly f'->rU< n "
SCTH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
SETH JACOB. 301-311 Waahington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamehee.
Friday ; '. p.m. Saturday .:S0 a.m.
8riTwn: "Justice Veraua RtajhteoiiH-
neaa."
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40S
ISth at. Orthodox. Rabbi Chain.
Karlinefcy.
;OR*L WAY JEWISH' CENTER.
S756 SW ISth St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
ual Aoril.
Friday *:r, j, m Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: 'The Paradox of Faith and Kea-
BB "
JADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1S1S0 NW
tnd ava. Conservative. Cantor Eman
ual Mandal.
PLAGLER-GRANADA. SO NW Slat
p< Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shotar. Cantor Fred e-rnatein.
Frldav ii:4". p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah: Jowph. eon of Mr. ajid lira.
Frank Abramovltz.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. SSth at.. Hia-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Mb
tar. Conserv.tive. Rabbi Morton
Malavafcy. Cantor Lauia Cohan.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrt.eld.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
Horacholl Saville. Cantor Joseph
Salzman.
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Power of the Spoken Word."
MONTICELLO PARK, isath at. and
NE 11th ave. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Max Lipechitz. Cantor Ban-Zion
K irachenbaun*.
Friday ( 45 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mltzvah. Jeff. son of Mr. and Mra.
Abraham Augenateln; Harry, aon of
Mr. and Mra. Joeepb Khanowln.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at
Conaarvativa. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ewita. Cantor Edward Klein.
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fOUTHWEST CENTER. 043S SW Stti
at. Conaarvativa. RabeJ Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8.15 p.m. Sermon: "Teiachina*a
j of the Talmud." Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan.
TEMPLE BETH AM. VSS0 N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Reform Raocr) Herbert
Baumgare). Cantor Chartee Kodner.
Friday 7:30 p.m .-'..n.i.n: "TBO R
and the Puniahmrnt "
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1646 Polk at.
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe at Coneervative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernaai
Schreiber.
Pridav 8 p.m Round Table on "The
Future of Jewlah Life in America."
Saturday am Bar Mltzvah. Phi lip.
m>ii of Mra. Sadye Roman.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chan
ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniab
Cantor Davio Convlaar.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1SSO0 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb
Sheidon Edwards. Cantor Ben Groaa
bars. ________
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ten ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Raich.
Friday 1:30 p.m. Saturday J a_m. Ser-
mon: "Wwkly Portion." Bar Mltz-
ah Mark, aon of Mr. and Mra. Mor-
rta Fllaelmaa,
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NB ISth at.
Reform. Rabbi Joeeph R. Narva.
Cantor Jacob Bornatain.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palarmo ava.
Ltberat.-^jbbi Morris-Skop. Cantor
Harman Gottlieb.
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Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
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THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Corrfinuad from Page 4-A
the thunder of silence for fear of "identification" or "involve
M." Theirs are the mighty ideals of free speech and responsibility
the Jewish generations throughout the ages of our aching con
Bum, Amen. And. "identified" or "involved" by their very Juda
r. whether they wish it or not, theirs too, are the practical paths
rxpediencyand of seemingly safe, sibilant silence.
What has made it all tolersble are those who will never be in-
idated, and who stepped forward despite the threat of intimidation
J n unflagging sense of humor that sees history as GodIs shout
he little streets of little men, and the feeling, equally ineffable, that
blow against iniquity or ignorance, for they are the same musi
r us a little more forward out of the primeval ooze from which we
i only hist begun to raise ourselves.
Charles Fruchtman (center), industrialist and philanthropist of
Toledo and Miami Beach, .is shown with Dr. Louis Finkelstein
(left), chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, and Dr. Max Ant. vice chancellor of the Seminary, before
their participation in the academic procession at commence-
ment exercises held recently at the Seminary in New York
City. Fruchtman is establishing two scholarships in the Rab-
binical School of the Seminary.
Tf*# Ntw Town or Batfti apn#n^Mi.
I looked around and noticed that
there was no longer any huts of
tin and that the houses are built
of stone and that every house ha*
its garden. I also saw here one of
the finest Youth Centers in Israel.
built out of a contribution by the
phdanthropj*. the well known
American actress Sophie Tucker. I
was told that now she is collecting
money to build a hospital in the
town. The inhabitants have a cin-
ema, a municipal park and an am-
phitheatre and last but not least,
four schools. Incidentally I was
told that here every month ninety
children are born so may they
multiply.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
tianal. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tar Samuel Oomberej.
Friday 6 45 p m. Saturday B:45 a.m.
Twin Har Mitzvah. K*-nn-th and Jef-
frey, eons of Mr and Mrs. Ben Avlck.
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ava. Reform. Rabbi Umntm
M. Wallach.
Fri.lay *:lo p.m. Sermon: "Beloved Is
hr*stl'"
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. SSI
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Lao Hum.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 6W 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 0600 N. Miami
ave. Coneervative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrenca. Cantor Albert Giant*.
Friday K.to p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Rev.
<;*!-*- Goldberg- will officiate. Bar
Mltzvah. ilrorse Henry, wn of Mr.
and Mra. Harry Friedman.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ava.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham CaseeL
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13*30 W. Dime
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Okolica. Cantor Morris Banger.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday a.m. Bar
Mltzvah: Bdard, aon of Mr. and Mra,
Louia Preaa.
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YOUNG ISRAEL. SOO NE 171at st,
Ortnodca. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ava. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Loon HurwiU. Cantor Mayor Giaeer.
CANDLEUGHJIMG TIME
S Tamux 6:58 pjn.


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Jcnist>ncr/dHan
Friday. July I. I960
Ofl the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The 'Unwisdom' of Boris Pasternak's Call for Submersion
w
HEN THE VOICE on the radio an-
BOimced with professional MandlMW
that Boris Pasternak, controversial au-
thor of "Dr. Zhivago" and winner of the*
Nobel Prize for Literature, had died after^
a lingering
even though
abandonment
counseling
Christianity. Pasternak was a tragic figure, a lonely man.
an artist in quest of a theme, a worshipper with devotionals
of his own creation. Nothing perhaps symbolizes the man's
tragedy more than the mere biographic fact that he was
cradled a Jew. that he emerged to greatness in an age of
religious waywardness, that his credo was a revelation of
the eternal and that his final path brought him to res', in
Christian fields.
Pasternak's fame in the United States rtttl primarily
en his novel "Dr. Zhivago," a book which, in this wriU r'l
opinion, was not of sufficient literary distinction to merit
the much coveted Nobel Prize. Moreover. 1 was ann
by a few derogatory remarks about Jewish survival by a
Book Review Editor Hilary Mindlin i* on vacation
thi week. Nathan Ziprin horo tubititoto* with tome
penetrating Ihowyhts en rh* recent passing of tha author
of "Dr. ZhivafO."
minor character in the book. Yet I recall that in the
halcyon days of the Cafe Royal, mecca for Jewish intellec-
tuals and artists on New York's Second ave., it was not un-
common for the sophisticated and the fatigued to ex-
patiate on the theme of Jewish submersion not only with
icy objectivity but with expectancy. Often would one hear
there a droning voice asking "How long must we go on?
Our page is written, indelibly, why ruin the script with
debility and aging hand?" Surely those were not the
words of anti-Semites, nor even of assimilationi-;-
In "Dr. Zhivago" there is a scene where an old Jew is
being kicked around by a Christian, and the witness to the
scene, himself a Jew. asks how long Jews must go on
being humiliated and hurt when they could solve the prob-
l< m through submersion. That wise counsellor of course
had either never heard of what was happening in Germany
to people of even remote Jewish ancestry' or else he was
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Many Individuals Helped Trap Adolf Eichmann
Washington
kjc cne man "discovered" or
tortd Nail war criminal Adolf Eich-
desvi credit. Many individuali
mann. Nor does the Israel Government
throu1. hunt th< world, piectd together
i (to 'lie apprehensii n.
T: (- persons, mainly vohmteeri
n expense coul i not
done. One of at devoted to
tracking down the Gestapo's leading masi murder engi-
neer, wa- 42-year-old Tuvia Friedmann. It became Pi
mann- vocal i n He -pent 18 years sifting leads.
A i the Nazi holocaust in Europ". Fried-
mann decided to take systematic steps to local irreal
w^r criminals. He saw to it that scores, including Nazi
police and vicious SS men. were failed. For years .
the war. he was the leading documentation expert in
V.enna.
Like other documentation authorities. Friedmann stud-
ied the concentration camp system and was convmved
that Eichmann was the surviving Nazi most responsible.
It seemed pointless to locate a few moronic policemen
when the engineer of the whole system remained at large.
In an interview here, Friedmann volunteered that

Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
On Going to College
I RECEIVED AN invitation from
my niece to attend com-
mencement exercises, so I wrote
her that while she was going to
college. I. who am old enough to be
'er grandfather, was going to col-
lege and in fact. I said, all Jews go
o college and they go all their
.ives.
i Know, 1 said, not many realize this. Most
thought that when they get a diploma from some
school or college and went to work, that they were
through with school, but this was not so. To be a
Jew meant to keep on going to school for ever and
ever.
If they examined the facts, I said, they would see.
that I am right. If a Jew goes to a synagogue. I
said, where does he go? What is the term we meat
use for a synagogue' We call it a "schul" which
means school. So when we go to synagogue, we are
gointr to school. And what's more. I said, whal do
v e call the l< ader of 'he synagogue? Do ere call
him a pries) or a minister? No. He Is our rebbi
or rabbi, which means teacher. He is the pn.i
And the good Jew is sui do a lot of
homework tor bis lessons. The Talmud says that
King David .had a harp blown by the wind which
woke him up for morning studies.
What do we call our greatest? Our Mo.ses. He
is Moshe Habbenu. Moses, our teacher, Moses, our
professor.
When the Romans destroyed the Jewish State,
they thought they ha.l finished "P the Jews, but a
man by the name of Joshuaben Chananiah suddenly
appeared in the Roman camp, and persuaded the
Sergant to let him see the General.
"You're wasting your time," said the General.
"There will be no mercy. Our terms have been de-
cided on."
"I am not a military man," said Joshua ben
Chananiah. "What are you?" asked the General.
"A school teacher. I'd like to open a little school
at Yuvne The General was dumb struck. In this
hour of the most dire calamity in the history of the
Jew s, all this man could ask for was to open a little
school.
But historians are agreed that this school saved
th lews from being utterly lost.
shared in the search. Some worked independently,
i ooperated llaganah Intelligence played a role.
Simeon Wiesenthal lived in Linz, Austria, after the
war oily because of a theory that Eichmann might return
the scene of his youth. Men like Dr. Steiner of Prague
viewed convicted SS officers to obtain valuable Eich-
a data. Fvigenbaum and Kaplan collected informa-
tion amon-' German Jewi Scores, often unknown to one
another, gather data, piece by piece, completing a vast
mosaic that finally caught Eichmann in its net.
Friedmann was perhaps the most determined. He was
"the last of the afochicans" among the Eichmann hunters.
On the streets of Tel Aviv people scoffed and called him a
Don Quixote." Some were even less kind and addressed
him as "Mr. Eichmann" because of his preoccupation.
But Friedmann went on studying every morsel of infor-
mation at his private documentation center in Haifa.
Friedmann and other documentation exxperts some-
limes clashed with Israel Government authorities at the
(.overnment documentation center, Yad Vashem, in Je-
rusalem. They termed the center "stagnant and bureau-
cratic." They goaded, nagged, persevered. Eichmann
had to be caught.
Friedmann prayed each year at Kol Nidre on Yom
Kipur for divine help in the search. He treasured each
morsel of information that came his way.
Just before leaving for Washington. Friedmann spent
hour after hour with Israeli police researchers preparing
the case against Eichmann. He briefed them from the
depths of his vast expertness on Eichmann.
Friedmann believed that Eichmann had to be caught
and punished not because of hatred or emotional consid-
t rations. It was simply that a Jew could not live with the
knowledge that the most guilty living Nazi should go free
while Kaddish is recited for 6.000,000 victims.
From 1945 to 1960 Friedmann assembled every scrap
of information on Eichmann. pictures, letters, documents,
records of conversations, and so forth. Some of this
material he carried continuously on his person. He made
much information available to the Israel Government In-
telligence Service.
Friedman knew that it was necessary to study the les-
ser war criminals to develop the technique that led to
Eichmann. He was as devoted to capturing Eichmann as
Eichmann was obessed with a mania to liquidate world
Jewry.
As a citizen of Israel, a free democracy, Friedmann
felt it his duty to prod authorities for action. He did not
want to see it, as he says, "swept under the rug."
It is Friedmann's thought that every Jew can now
rest easier. The most vicious living anti-Semite is in
custody. And the lesson may be instructive for potential
Eichmanns of the future.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
completely oblivious to what was happening. Possibly
was perhaps Pasternak himself who gave that counsel, if
so, it was impudent of one Jewish-bom tc tell us to sin
our own death warrant when the memory of the six million
is still upon us with tragic hold. An artist cf the magnitude
of Pasternak should have dried his ink when the thought
occurred to him to counsel extinction on a people that it
still in the midst of mourning. It wag indubitably bad
taste for a Christian such as Pasternak to tell us to take
on his faith. Yet, I could find no sinister purpose in those
pronouncements, only the unwisdom ol which even tht
great are not unpessessed at times.
The novel intrigued me because 1 sensed that here
was a man of profound moral stature, a religious person-
ality. a writer who envisaged art as prophecy and ful-
fillment, a purist who detested the false values that were
being sold tor pure gold in the land of his birth.
To understand how Pasternak managed to elude im-
prisonment or worse when the Kremlin's, wrath fell upot
him following the Nobel Prize honor, ore must go back
to his more basic literary achievementsas a poet and
moral figure. His was not the international stature of j
Tolstoy, but he was too grand a figure in the Soviet Unit*
to be handled like an ordinary "deviationist This writer
does not read Russian, but on reading the "Poems by Pa*.
ternak" (University of Michigan Prest), translated by
Eugene Kayden. he discerned that here was not only i
tremendous poetic figue but a moral giant, a man of pro
found faith in God and creation. In a letttr to the transla-
tor. Pasternak says that "art is not simply a description ol
life, but a setting forth of the uniquentss of being." Hers
is a truly religious formulation.
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
A Very Weak Case
United Nations
tgfHEN ARGENTINA complained
to the Security Council against
srael's violation cf its sovereignty
.> the capture of Nazi butcher
\dolf Eichmann in Argentina, the
tuenos A.res Government took the
fiction in the least possible manner
uiliMJi ossiblc under the Unted Nations
loartcr. me complaint was related by Argentina to
Chapter VI of the Charter. Thar chapter deals with
"Pacific" settlement of disputes between member
states.
There is a tremendous difference between Chap
ter VI. which envisages peaceful sulutions to pro-
blems, and the next section. Chapter VH. The latter
deals with "threats to the peace, breaches of the
peace and acts of aggression." All the complaints
ever brought here against Israel by the Arab states
based themselves on Chapter VU.
Even the Arabs never succeededalthough they
have tried hard enoughin invoking Chapter VII to
its utmost. Under Chapter VII the Security Council
could vote everything from economic sanctions
against an aggressorto concerted military action
by UN forces "by air. sea or land." The only action
of the latter type ever undertaken by the UN was in
the case of Korea.
None of the six Charter articles in Chapter VI.
invoked by Argentina, comes anywhere close to the
type of Council actions sought so often by the Arab
states in their fulminations against Israel. The em-
phasis here is on "negotiation, inquiry, mediation,
conciliation, arbitration, judicial settltment (mean
irg the International Court of Justice at The Hague)
and resort to regional agencies."
"The Security Council shall." the Charter con-
inues. "when it deems necessary, call upon the par-
ties to settle their dispute" by the means indicated
u it.' r-ne 0f th*1* means- noted- is> resort to the
orld Court.
JTA's New President is a Lawyer and Novelist
Vfe
A NEW AND most promising chapter i
^ in the history of ti.e lewial i
graphic Agency the only worldwide I
Jewish news agencyis now being)
opened by Eleazar Lipsky. its new presi-
dent. Young and able, Mr Lipsky has1
gained a high reputation in many fields
of public endeavor. He is a brilliant j
practicing lawyer and a member of the M
Federal Bar Assn. He is the author of a number of novels
five of which were the choice of various book clubs in-'
eluding the Book of the Month Club, the Literary Guild
the Mystery Guild and others iu.
orat^v'L'h eXT,11*ntJSpe*ker' havin* won m***1* '<>
h,!c Xu C0l,leRe days Bd even m W high school
days. He is deeply interested in Jewish affairs actively
participating in the Zionist movement, the American
Jewish Congress. American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, and other groups. He was editor of the New
it"!?! !" WTiter f a yKtl newspaper column.
He devoted two years to lecturing for the United Jewish
Appeal in numerous cities throughout the country and
spent much of his time also as a speaker for other Jrr
isn causes.
lnn-^T f-hi? bf>oks are ,rans|at*d into as many as n
languages, including Hebrew and Japanese. Several*
feat.mni8 "I" ucceseful motion piota*
t..r, p^ Tu Llm 8Urs as Spencer ** Vic**
he United States and has also been visiting Israel.
and m^j/u SPeC,edK by. Zioniats "d ^n-ZionisU. Je*
lher.?uw' i" the 1Cgal WOrld and m tae worW '
person "* enviable reputation as a dedics*
mmtH KJewi T*tol*e Agency is especially fr j
E!i /.! r Llpky ,s iU PM* inasmuch a3
d.t, h foUow,nK the work of the JTA since his stud* P
2!f undenrtan 11 fi^T^*!*,lcy, bul aUo an ""titution which ser^
fJ 1~m ^tW.C*n Jewish communities throughout
~r7J? J<,W'^ people-'" but *> h' institution whk*
reflects impartially Jewish life in all itr nuances.


lay, July 1. 1980
LEGAL NOTICE
-JmlsMhrMlar)
Page 15-A
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi .!
j mill-" signed, desiring t,, rnga
'"i the fictitious iihiii of
ilNT V.'EW APARTMENTS at IIS
Ireglstei said name uith n. clerk
I Nth Terrnaa, Miami, Kin Intend*
I !'' !" <'"Url,.vC Da-b. L'piiuli
hrldii.
MRU JULIA WKtHKK
L\ IN FINN
orni | r .i hi it tt... i..
I 7'1-8-JS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS-NAAIE LAW
OT1CJ is 111: i: I. I: i lilVKN thai
1 undei lined, desiring to engage In
bines-, riiler the fk-i ii loos nan.....r
JAM I I REKTO I'. mi|. PROIH'CTS
[KIT II- i>m,. Hi.....t, Miami Beach,
I.. Inttnda lo regletel said .,.
|i. id. i.rk ,,f u,,. circuit Court <.'
ile i '> :i >, t- lurida..
BEA-MQRE enterprises, lvc
Ma. Corn
I.VIN :N(il.A.M.|;i; ,
. i in for Applicant
bluetts Rd Miami Maach
____________________a74. 7/1
Notice bv publication^
the circuit court of the
tcvcntm juoic al circuit of
TLOfllOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Na. 60C 5841
r*Y ANN HARPER.
[ Plaintiff.
\k.
I.I.I VM B. HARPERi
[ Ih-fej; .hit
UIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM B HAKI-KK
Add: I'ri., n.i. in
V..EI.IAM B IIAHI'KR arc
bby notified rri..i I -.it] of Con,
Jit for Divorce h is been filed
I TOtt, anil you are required to
py of your An.aer or Plead-
I to the Bill of lulnt on Ihe
Stiff- Attorne.a. IlirllMnXn *
r.KS. V. One Lincoln Itoa.l Fluild-
i Miami B.-a. h. Florida an.I file the
Inal Answer or Pleading In the of.
[of I Clerk of the Circuit Conn
>r ba/ora the 22nd day of July.
If y.ii fail to do >.., jiidKiii.nl
lefi II will be t:iken against you
Ihe r-'i!ef demanded In Ihe Bill of
plaint.
ii not shall be published on.
we-k for four consecutive
JiE JEWISH ri.'>l!ll>IAX.
I.M-: wo ordered at Mi.-tmi.
da. this SIt day of June. A l>
ft B. l.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
' .in I. 11...le 'ountl Florida
By I. KNRKDRN,
Heputy Clerk
_______________t/ta. 7/i-t-i:.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
TICI IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
kii.b : gned, desiring to engage In
ibr the fictitious name of
:i(\l. METALS CO al till N.W.
Rl Drive. Miami, Fla.. In-
fi.i resistor aald name with tha
..i 'he Clr. ult Court of Hade
y. florid i
JAMKS MI'I.UNKV
IHVINi: ist.i.FF
LEO HI'SSEN
s eye for Applicanta
"ongresa Rldg.
6-'2l. 7 l-< I.".
IE COUNTY JUDQS'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
LORIDA. IN PRORATE
No. 4/SSOB
Estate of
|CN 'iKSKNHWAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
C -'litor> and l'.-isns H ivlua
or Ih-maiils Against the sjald
j an-' -ach of you are hereby no-
ha an order of AdmlnlMini.....
aary han be.-n entered In thl-
b> the Honorable Frank H.
Ir .OB the .Tr.l .lui ..f .liine. ISM.
h val .e ,. the Mild eKtale
, Tboii-'in I Six Hundred and
Two l>o|larx ($2*22.00). and
|ll|e a|. i- i; I to SYLVIA
MWAT, Mrhoae addreaa ie S2
rra Avenue. Coral Oablaa,
. Florida
ar- reiiulre i t, praaenl any
and payments which you or
Of on mat 'live aim ii.i-1 the
VSWAY. late of
County, Klorlda, to the Honoi
'I in.le Cooiim ,
a Ii 111n S calendar month*
pie date of the firm publication
.lai.ii* or demand* to I'm
l-al addrev, .f the claimant
kwoin to an I p .....ntad SI af.ir.-
ft i h.- aame will be l 10 Florida Stat-
fEI> AT Mnmi Kea.h. Horl.la.
th .lav of June, i**o
YLVIA CraKNSWAY
ANKI'S
ey for the Li.ta.te of
Maanaamy
n.o n Road
Heach. V\ .
'24. 7/i--ir.
rMmw
r HfNRY LEONARD
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY fllVEN that
the 'tnder.wlaned, de*-irinit to engaae in
baeiaeaa under the ftcatttoua samaa
o. .- AMI T. and ..r >i < ,'HA AND
TOTTKNMi.CI- IV SI l:AM'H A'lKN-
I'Y at 1476 Almeria, Coral Cable*, Ha.,
Intend to raclater aald name* with
the^- "Clark of The Circuit Cnrt of
Hade County. Florida.
TIIKiilxiKK l*K'IIA
JOHN ToTTKN'IIOFF
6/10-17-24, 7'1
"Epstin' from Txai."
Oaar. it*, lamnl ewa...
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDKR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVKN that
tin- .in.lcr.-ianed. deplrliuc to engage In
buailiaaa under the flctllloue name of
\ ii.i.a n i:sTi: VAi.irr at sis n.e.
i 2nd Ave.. Miami. Ha., intende to ri-u-
I later aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Flor-
ida.
MINNIE SIMON. Sole Owner
MVKKS, HKIMAN KM LAN
Atlnrneya for Applicant
II ." H \V. let Street
S/IO-17-24. 7/1
LEGAL NOTICE
pOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IE C RCUIT COURT OF THI
|BNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
>R>DA IN AND FOR DADE
BOUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. S4C 1816
kRA wii>n: Hiiu:/.
ilntlff.
V >
ll'-K MARCO PERI'S!,
kfen lant.
suit for oivortce
(aurlce Ifarr.. I'erea
4ti Ellwell Crescent
oreat Hllla. E.I N.T.
are hereh. not flad that a BUI
uplalnt for Dlvoroa !>< been
ualnxt you. and you are reoui-ert
fya a copy of four Anawer or
|na to the Hill of Complaint on
lalntlffa Attorney, and file the
I Anawer or P'eadlna In the of-
the Clerk o' the C'r*;ult t^ourt
e the th dav of July. 1M.
fall to do an. Judgment by *a-
[ II be tal-an ana nl >ou fur the
demanded in the Bill of I'om-
_ notice shall be publlahod once
for fo ir consecutive v..
IE JEWISH FI/ORIHIAN
Ni: I.ND ORJ 11 Miami.
I thlB Xlal day of June. A.H
.. B. EEATHERMAN. Clerk,
buit Court. Dale County, Florida
By N. A HEWfpT,
Deputy Clerk
FIX I. MUROFF
hey for I'liinllff

Baach, Fla
tmi/14-u
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 3*33
JAMES H Mat ItAE, .IR ,
1'laintlff,
II WIKIET If. MacRAE.
efrndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO HARRIET M MacRAE,
2: Contreaalonal Walk
Buffalo. New York
You HARKII:T M MacRAE are
hereby notified that an Amended
Complaint tot Hiw.r.e hae been filed
axalnat you. and you are re*iuiie nerve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Amended Complaint on the
plaintiff a Attorneys. RICHMOND A
WOLFSON. One Lincoln Road Rulld-
ina. Miami Beach, rlorlda and file
the oriKinal Answer or Fleadtn* in
tlo- nfflce of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
July. P'f.fi. If you fall to do ho. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
P.ill of Complaint.
Thla notice shall he published once
each week for four conaecutlve Weeks
I In Till-: JEWISH Fl op. 1 Hi AN
HONE AND OKHERBH nt Miami.
' Morida. this 2nd day of June. A l>
I MO
i: B IJ--.A.THERMAN. Oerk.
Circuit Couri Hide County. Florida
1-.all By: I. SNEEHK.V.
H.-puty <'|erk
^_^^_^^____^__^_^ 6/10-11 -21. 7 1
NOTICE TO CREDTORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN BROBATE.
No. 4M07
In R: EHTATE OP
IRENE ; ORISEN.
n. .eaaed.
To Al! Cr.-illtora and All PeTauna Rar-
inir claima or Iiemands Ag.iiiot Kai.l
Instate:
Y'ou. and each of yam. ar hereby
notified and required t.. araasnl i.nv
.laliiis and demands Which v IU, Of
either of w.u. may hioe aieainst the
.siatr ,.r IRENE O. i;p.kk.v daceaaed
I ale of Hade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judaea of l*ol-
County, and file the aame in their
offi.es In the Counts Co n-i'ioii-.
Hude County. Florida, within 1 iknt
calendar months from the date of
He first publication here..'
claims or demon.Is to 1 uit 101 the
legal addreaa of the claimant ami lo
lie sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or Mime will b.- barrel
Hated May Slat. A.H. I:>W>.
osiAK F oitKKN. Aa Executor
of the Last Will and T-sUment
of IRENE a. CJREEN, Decaaaed
BED KHMKN
Attorney for Executor
710-17-24. 7/1
NOTICE TO DEFEND OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD-.CIA4. CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Na. 60C 54M2
I.OCIS MARTORELI.A.
Plaintiff.
OI/IA MARTOREM.A.
I I- I. Il'lal.t
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: OUiA MARToREl.1^
:U7 Westerfeit p:
l.odi. New York
You OLOA MARToRIM.LA are
liei.-by notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
ana:nst you, and you are required to
aerve a copy of your Answer or II. ..I
Ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, ANOBLO A. ALL
too Ainsley Building, Miami .-.2. Wor-
lds and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clark
of the Circuit Court on ..r before the
l*th day of July. 1?60 If you fall lo
do so, judgment by .1. :.. ilt will Of
taken against you for the leli.f de-
manded in the inn of Complaint
This notice shall b publish.! n. .
each week for four conaecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLuKIMA.N
DONE AMI ORDERED kl Ml
Moil.la. this lath day of June. A H
l!*0.
B ii l.LATHFii.MA.v. Clark.
Circuit Curt. Hade Cuiui. Floral.<
(seal) P.\ K. M. l.VM w
r>aput> Clark
ANC.EEO A. ALI
400 Aii.sl.-y Building
Miami .'.2. Morida
Attorney for Plain.tff.
.....'________________________ 6/17-24, 7/1-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN CHANCERY,
No 60C M07-N
sap.A IJUARTE,
I'laintlff.
va.
'"ANA MARIA. INC. Florida
en iM.ration and PEDRO PKNA.
Hefendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
T' 1 All Pan .n- Interested.
You are hereby notified to be anil
aiuitrar before the Hoaurabic Joe
KSlon, one of tha Judges of the above
styled Court, in the Hade County
Courthouse at Miami. Plorldn at 9:20
o'clock A.M.. on the 21st day of July.
IM"; and then and there show cause.
If iiny >..u can. by answer dulv filed
aa required by law, why the note and
mortgage described in 1he petition ..n
file herein, of which the attacked are
true copies, which note is aecured b>
the mortgage recorded in Mortgage
Book 74. page 47. of the Public Raa
orda of Hade County, Florida, which
aald note and mortgage are alleged In
aald petition to have bean lost, mis-
laid or stolen, should not be re-estab-
lished, and na to which said note and
mortgage tbe aald petition prays that
a true and correct copf thereof be
established aa and in lieu of the orig-
inal note and mortgage.
Herein fall not
Wltnes- my hand and aeaj of said
Court, at Miami, Hade Countv, Flor-
ida, this 7th day of June. I960.
E B I.KATHERMAN
as Clark of anil Court
(seal) By: K M LYMA.V.
Ueputv clerk
'lino P. Negrettl & Herman Cohen
Attorneys for Pel I' loners
By: Herman Cohen
6/10-17-24. 7/|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ereage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL BEARING PBRVICK iih
FU>RIDA at Count) of I'ale intends
to register said name with the dark
d the Circuit Curt of Ha.le County,
Morida.
AL WEINER
Sole leaner
ELI BRFC.ER
Attorney for Applicant
42" Lincoln Rd.
_____________________________6/24. 7 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47336
IN RE: Eat ate of
SARAH TANEMBAUM,
l let -
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL O SCMARGE
NOTICK is hereby giyen that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
I for Distribution and final Hi-hag.
as Executor of the r saiiam
TANENEAl'M. deceaae I and that on
(he 1st day of August. l!"in, will apply
'to the Honor.i'. Count) .l.nlg.
Hade County, Morida, for approval of
aaid Final Report anj for distribution
and final discharge as Executor, of
the estate of the above-named dec.
dent This 2!st da\ of I I lie ia.il
OEOROE CHCRraN
CHKRI.N UOI.DEN
Attorney s
601 olvmpia Building
Miami It, Morida
________________6/24, 7'l--l*
NOTICE TO CREDTORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES'-COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 4*447
In Re: ESTATE OF
FANNY P1RATKNSKY CI'RKIN.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Perrons Hav-
ing Claima or Demands Against Fald
Eat ate:
Tou. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required lo preaont
claims and demanda which von Of
either of \ou. may have agalns* the
eatale of FANNY I1RATENSKY
CI'RKIN daceaaed Lite of Hade
County. Morida, to the Honorable
CounK Judges of Dade County, and
'he same in their offices In tha
Counts Courthouse In Thtde Countv.
Morida. within eight calendar months
from the date of the flrat publication
hereof Raid claima or demand
contain the legal addreas of Uta elnlm-
ant and to be a worn to and presented
aa aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Hated June .Vd. A D l*0.
MAX F.RRKINE. As Cx.-c i> r of
the laat Will and Teatament of
FANNY PIRATE.VRKT OCRICIN.
Heceaaerl
BEN BBBEN
Attorney for Executor
6/I0-17-Z4. 7/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR
ELEVENTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C MM
MARY HI'BERT,
I'laintlff.
HERMAN HI'BERT.
Defendant.
AMENDED NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: HERMAN Ht'HKRT
Residence Unknown
TOU ARE HEREH Y NOTJMEII
that a ault for divorce haa b*a*i filed
agalnat you and you ara required to
aerie a copy of your answer or plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attoraoy. J. DAVID I.1LH-
MAN. tv 8.E. Mrst Avenue, Miami.
Morida and file the original In the
office of tha Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before tbe 11th day of
July, otherwise the allegations of aaid
Bill of Complaint mill ba taken aa
confeased by yau.
Hated this 7th day of Juna A.D..
I960.
F. B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal! By: K M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk
J. DAVID MERMAN
Attorney for tha Plaintiff
20 SB. Flrat Avenue
Miami. Florida
6/10-17-14.7/1
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IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 60C M*>
CHARLES \\ K'S'H.
Plaintiff.
vs
ANNA E KOCH,
I lefendan'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO ANNA K Ko.'H
12 Ross St
Hai 11? burg, Pennsylvania
You ANNA K KiM'li. are hereby
notified thai a Bill Of I : lOT
1'iva.rce his been fi'ed a^ain-t votl
and ya.u are required cop)
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plal tlff'a \
neya. (IOEDMAN .< riOLr>8TEIN and
file the original Ai
the office of tee Clerk of the cii, ill
Court on or before the Mth dm '
July. IH60. If you fol to do ac J idj
ment by default will he taken agalnal
you for the 1 i 1. .11..11 Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall he publish-I ..m
each week for four conaecutlve weekg
In THE IEW IBH rl I iRfOfAN
IS'NK AND oRIMCRKJ> at Mkimi.
Morida. thla {2nd das of June \H
l60.
1: P. LEATHKBMW dark.
Circuit Court. Bade Ooonit FWida
(seal) B) N A HEWBTT.
Deputy Clerk
C.OI.HMAN Col OST'IN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2.ti West Magl.-r Street
Miami. Morida
4-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORaOA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
Na. 60C 5S11
SAME EL MEYERS.
I'laintlff. ,
Va,
I l:i:i'ERICA MEYERS.
I lefendallt.
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
TO FHEHERICA MEYERS
c/o Jerry Clfelll
14:1* Loxlnston l'h. e
Elixabeth. New .1.
You FKEHERICA MEYERS aro
hei.l.y notified that a Hill 01 Com.
plain! for Divorce baa been filed
against you. and you are required to
*-i\r .1 .op. ( your Anna/or or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on tha
plaintiffs Attorney, ANOEI.o Al.l,
400 Ainsley Bluldlng, Miami 32. Mor-
ida and file the original An-wer or
Pleading in the office ol the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before tha
1Mb. day 01 July, I ..... If YOU lail lo
do -o. Judgment by default wi I ba
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the p.ill of C .mplaini
This notice shall b. publish".] anog
o h week for four ronaacutlva weeks
In THE JEWISH KHiRIIUAV
DONE AMi OKI" RED .' Miami.
Florida, this I'.ih da) of Ln-. AD.
ISM
i: I I.EATItERMAN. clerk,
Circuit Court, i'a.ie County, Florida
1 -. ill
By K
ANOEIXI A ALI
41.11 Amsl. \ Building
Miami It, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
M 1.1 M A H
1 .-cry 1 lerk
fi 17-M. 7 1 -I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVEN tliat
ihe undersigned, dealrlng to engaae In
business under the flctltloua natni
KOOUIAOIK it MM N.E Second
Avenue. Mian. la Intend-
reuisi.r sail name with the ''lerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Hade County,
Morida.
Rb'HARI' R RETNl 'EDS
WALLACE N MM
Attorney for Appll.
6 7 HI- ay 11. Bjildlna
Miami 32. Florida
6/17-24. 7 HI
IN THE COUNTY JUOOF'S COURT
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4*950
IN RE: Estate of
ALEXANDER CANCEI.oSi
I lecea sed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ,nd All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or* Demands Against Saul
Estate
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to uraeenl any claima and d-
manda which you mav have against
the eatate of ALF.XANHER CAN-
CCI.OSI decenaad late of Dade Coun-
ty, Mori la. to the County Judgea of
Dade County, and file the aame In
their offlcea in the County Court-
house In I Hide County, Florida, with-
in eight aalandar months from tbe
date of the 'irat publication hereof, or
tha aame will be barred.
AMELIA CANHELOSI
C.OLUMAN Jt OOUTEIN
Attorneys
2303 W. Magler St.
Miami, Florida
6/17-14.7/1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiideisiene.l. d.-iiinj to .-;..:" in
business under the fictitious name of
JIM Bi 1 But II.I.Vi; CO II I "1 E.
ttrd sii.ei. Hlaleah Intend to reslatar
s.lid Hallo' With the Clelk of f;e 'ir-
1 a 1 1 "our! ..t 1 adi Co I. !': .r.da.
RICHARD BERNH
MARTIN i:i:i:\>
__________ I :: -'4. 7/1-8
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLOR.OA
No. 474O0-C
RE ESTATE OF
I'lloMAS UAWHHN THRELKKLD
I ceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby gl\en that I have
filed a final leport and petition for
Final Hlscharge as Administrator of
the eatate of Thomas Law.-.n Threl-
kei.i decaaaed ind that on the r.n>
day of July. I Mil. will apply to tha
II.1.....able W F. Plant..11. Frank B.
HouIiiik and Oc.rge T. Clark. County
Judgea of lode Comity. Morida. for
approval < said final re|,ri nil for
1111.1 discharge aa Administrator of
the estate of THOMAS LAW SON
THREI/KELD. deceaaed
This l.-.ih day of June
HOMER C THREI K> l.l
Administrator.
By: Ma* P Engel
EXCEL i POLL \i'K
Attorneys for Adanlalatrator
Sun.- Mill. Biscayne Budding
Miami It, Mori.la
_____________________________'17-24. 7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirm* to engage
in boalneea jndei tha flctltloua name
of Mil Bl'NNY S Fool. STORE at
Itei V W 1Mb Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida
BERNARD (SNICK
r.0* Partner
morris bosnick.
r.0" Partner
GOLDMAN a col.HSTEl.v
Attornevs for Registrants
|SSI West M.tler Street
Miami. Florida
6/17-24. 7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAPRIo Foon PROHl CTS at 643
Eaat 27th Street. Hlaleah. Morida in-
tend to register said nime with tha
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
County. Morida
JERRY ITALU BARoNE and
SAM ARBITCCI d/b/a Capri
Pilxa Comnanv 642 E 27th
St.. Hlaleah, Fla.
SNYHER A- YOI Si
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6/17-24. 7/1-t
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On the same plane to New York with the Sam-
uel Q. Klines was Mrs. Jack < Marion i Rabeno
witch on her way to visit with son Arthur before
going to Harvard to attend son Johns gradua-
tion .
A neat green and white magazine, the Con-
gressional Quarterly, proudly on display at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Brenner ... A study in this
iis prepared by their daughter, Elizabeth J. Brenner, of the Quar-
te rly staff .
Mrs. Esther Zeilinger on her way to Pittsburgh to stay with
h two sons, Charles and Sam. also live in the Smoky City, along
v.i!h ten grandchildren, and two more expected Seems like
much entertaining is in the offing .
Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz off for Baltimore to attend the
wedding of his nephew. Melvin Kopilnick. to Judy Sussman The
ceremony will be at the Sheriton Bclvidere on Sunday, with Dr.
and Mrs. Eggnatz due back the next day.
Florence and Ike Gordon describing their vacation at the Ar-
lington hotel. Hot Springs, Ark., on a giant postcard .
Hazel and Ben Essen leave Israel for Turkey on Independence
Tay Then, its on to Vienna and Scandinavia Before the:r
arrival in Israel, which they call "magnificent," the Esscns "did"
Madrid, Rome, and Athens .
Mr. and Mrs George (Ethel) Saft. 1663 SW 20th St.. leaving
for a week at Lake Osceola in Hendersonville. N.C. .
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Lehrburger (Sheila Lewis) came all the
way from Denver with their five children to visit They're stay
ing with her father, J. Gerald Lewis, on DiLido Island.

With daughter Sandra safely in summer camp and horseback
riding to her heart's content. Mr. and Mrs. Simon E. Rubin. 6465
F'me Tree Drive Circle, are off on a five-week tour of the United
States New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles and
New Orleans are on the couple's agenda Simon is president
(i the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn., and active in many ci\ic
affairs So, wife Vivian feels good about getting him to take
a breather .
Excitement at the Joseph (Selda) Milton household in Coral
Gables this week Daughter Jamie Beth, their 6'6-year-old
moppet, will be flower girl at the Holly-Rosen wedding at the Sax-
| ony on Saturday Son Robert Adley, 4, will be ringbearer .
Immediately after, Selda, who is president of the Menorah group
I of Hadassah, will be off for a tour of Europe and Israel with the
Hadassah Pilgrimage Joining her on the tour are Menorah
members Mrs. Ethel Litvak and Mrs. Alan Greenberg.

Mr. and Mrs. David Miller and their youngsters. 5939 La Gorce
[dr., visiting friends and relatives in Baltimore and New York, due
I back on Friday ...
Art Brans, of Miami Springs Villas, nearing the end of his
| round-the-world trip Last stop was Rome on the 28th .
In honor of the anticipated wedding of their daughter. Cecilc,
[to Marvin L. Roaen. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly were to hold
la champagne dinner Thursday evening at their home at 5300 SW
|62nd pi. Guests were to be Mrs. Bessie Holly, grandmother
lof the bride-elect; Mrs. Irving Kimler and Mrs. Morris Orchowsky.
Iher maternal aunts; Mrs. Irving lillian. Mr. and Mrs. William Co-
hen and son. Michael, and Ben Holly and daughter, Janet The
ieeuple will be married on Sunday at the Saxony The groom-to-be
li- the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen, of Miami Beach.
mc a *
Mrs. Charles (Dorothy) Feinberg showing pictures of her six-
|*< < k-old grandchild, Deborah Ann, daughter of Dan and Susan
Veinberg Maternal grandparents are the Louis Haftels .
Deborah Ann is the first great-grandchild of Muriel Hirsch (the
lat) Pick .
Speaking of the Feinbergs They will attend the Detroit
kedding of Marlene Jean Danto to Robert Josefsberg It's the
jrst time in four years that the Feinbergs will be back in their
i rmer home town From there, they go on to Pittsburgh .
The Bing Kossoffs, 4444 Pine Tree dr.. off for a Las Vegas and
ahfomia vaction Judy, their oldest daughter, is attending
imer sessions at the University of Miami Their youngest,
Wi, is now in camp in the Carolinas ...
New residents of Miami Shores are Mr. andMrs. Charles
hick" Bangs and their children They recently moved here
i>m Detroit He's one of the owners of Maxim's.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kane planning a tour of Europe w.lh
6r. and Mrs. Jack Cooper ...
Mrs. Stanley C. (Martha) Myers bubbling over the time she
randchild all to herself while the baby's parents. Dr. and Mrs.
krthur (Judy) Gilbert, were moving into their new house .
Saturday night at the ball game: Morton Saslaw and his five-
ear-old, Alan The Rubin brothers. Max Fassler and his Grace
. Leo Ackerman and his Bobbette .
lrv and Lillian Blasberg back home after a brief business and
leasure trip to New York and Atlantic City Irv's next project:
verseeing the opening of the newest Riverside Chapel.
c tm *
Birthdaze: Frances Jo. born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Lynn)
Folfson, of Jacksonville, on May 26 The new arrival joins
inda. 7, and Louis II, 6 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Frances) Rabin, of 1446 Lenox ave., and Mitchell and Frances
folfson, of No. Bay rd. The infant is named after her two
fa nd mothers .
Romni Ariel Levy, who arrived In Cleveland. O., to Rabbi and
' Martin (Roberta) Levy Rabbi Levy is spiritual leader of
nple on the Heights in Cleveland Romni Ariel Joins his
her. Baruch Shamir Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
H. Paul, 1062 SW 24th ave., and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Levy,
| Maulden, Mass. .
Scott Bennett, to Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Kleber. 9100 SW 115th
r.. at Doctors Hospital on June 26 Grandparents are Mr and
Henry Leyy, Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs. David Kleber.
liami The new arrival joins his brother, Steven Lawrence, 21
unths.
M M B
Snapshots: Joe Gleicher eating pancakes all alone Wife
Continued en Pa** 2-1
llfewiislti Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, July 1, 1960
Section B
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Berlin, of Temple Beth
Sholem, an presented with a plaque of honor
upon their leaving the community to take up
residence in New York. The couple received
the award at the 18th annual dinner held re-
cently by the congregation. Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish. spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. make3
the presentation, while Maury Olinick MB,
awards chairman, and Judge Harry Arthur
Greenberg. president, look on.
... WH|0M|
Mrs. Soltz Reelected District President
At B'nai B'rith Regional Convention
MIS. 6UM1D SOt TZ
Tziona Chapter
Installs Officers
Tziona chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en held its annual installation at
the home of Mrs. Murray C Berk-
owitz, of 3100 Prairie ave. Install-
ing officer in the candlelight affair
was Mrs. Emanuel Karger.
Mrs. Eugene Labovitz w a s in-
stalled as new president. Vice pres-
idents are Mrs. Herschell Saville.
Mrs. Joseph Murray. Mrs. Morris
Waldman. and Mrs. Mishulem
Weiss.
Others are social secretary, Mrs.
Aaron Higer; corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Solomon Schiff; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Fred Mul-
ler; treasurer, Mrs. Aaron Cowen;
financial secretary, Mrs. Jack Sa-
fra.
Members of the board are Mrs.
Samuel Waldman. Mrs. Murray
Berkowitz, Mrs. Semour Eisenberg,
Mrs. Jerry Schecter. Mrs. Dsvid
Lchrfield, Mrs. Alex Kleinman, and
Mrs. Menachem Gottesman.
Outgoing president of Tziona
chapter is Mrs. Morris Waldman.
Harmony Chapter Delegates
Delegates from Harmony chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women to the
recent District 5 convention of
B'nai B'rith in Norfolk, Va.. were
Mesdames Herman Feldman,
president; Irving Laibson, past
president; William Pearlman, Sid-
n. y Teper and Jack Dernis, vice
presidents; and Sam Rose, treas-
urer.
Over 300 women from a even
states celebrated the 20th anniver-
sary of B'nai B'rith Women, Dis-
trict Five, at the annual district
convention just concluded in Nor-
folk. Va.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, 6300 SW
33rd st.. Miami, was reelected dis-
trict president. Mrs. Stoltz has the
distinction of being the youngest
president in the history of the Fifth
District, the first district president
from Miami in 17 years, and the
youngest district president in the
51-year history of the national or-
ganization.
Mrs. Soltz attended Brooklyn
College, the University of Havana,
and graduated with an AB degree
cum laude from the University of
Miami at the age of 19. She is
the wife of a successful auto parts
dealer and the mother of two chil-
dren, Bonnie, 7, and Howard, 5.
Mrs. Soltz is the founder ana first
president of the Eleanor Roosevelt
chapter of B'nai B'rith Women,
which recently celebrated its tenth
anniversary. She is past president
of the B'nai B'rith Women's Coun-
cil and led in the expansion of that
Council into three new Councils.
IS. lUCCMf I AM HZ
She is rcunder and first presicmt
of the Miami group of Hada~ah
and past president c.l t&e Miami
chapter of Hadassah. She has serv-
ed the Florida region of Hadas :h
as secretary and treasurer, and is
presently youth activities chairman
of the Florida region cf Hadas-uh,
in additic ri to serving as vice chair-
man tf the Greater Miami Council
for Zionist Youth.
Mrs. Soltz is a former president
of the Southern region of Junior
Hadassah and was the iccipien; of
a Jewish Agency scholarship to
the Summer in Israel Institute in
1952.
She is a member of the executive
committee of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization of Greater Mi-
ami and of the executive commit-
tee of the Florida regional advis ry
board of the Anti Defamation
League. She is a member of the
board of governors ar.d executive
commit:* 1 of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Mrs. St !*.z served as Miami c< ti-
paign chairmna of the Women's Di-
vision of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal in 1958-59. She also served
on the boards of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service, Sisterhood of Beth
David ((.ngregation. Bureau of
Jewish Education, and the Feder-
ation cf Jewish Worae:,'; Organiza-
tions.
In 195. Mrs. Soltz was selected
as one ri the s i x "Outstanding
Women of Dade County" by Boo-
lem Lodge's annual citizen's award
committee.
Other local women elected to
serve on the district level for the
coming year are Mrs. Alfred Reich,
first vice president; Mrs. Bernard
Supworth, third vice president;
Mrs. Jerome Robinson, Mrs. Ste-
phanie Klein, Mrs. Frank Brandt
and Mrs. Paul Harro.'d, district
chapter service officers
District Awards were presented
to the following during the "Cas-
cade of Oversubscriptions" lunch-
eon held at the convention: Sun-
shine chapter. Shoshara chapter,
Miami chapter, Flamingo chapter,
West Miami chapter. Gilbert J.
Balkin chapter, Menorah chapter
and the Miami Council.
The 1961 district convention will
be held in Miami Beach on June
4, 1961.


Page 2-B
kist fkrfdtor
Friday. July 1. 1960
and Mrs
and Mrs
2uva Rodann. vraatile young Israeli octree fJMj ^J
TV and film productions, currently lsatured m the ^rv oJ
Juth was S awarded the utie ol 255f?g^
196C. Th. award was pr~<* by Mra. **P^ <*
r*wxiwnt a! Woom-i American OBT at national hodauarti
is New York.________________________________________
Center Camps In Full Swing
More than 4S0 children, together
with h member* of the U(f. op-
ened the llrvater Miami Je>:-h
lYBimmitj OMM I day camp in
its tour different branch locations
At the Beach YMHA Branch.
Tamp Shalom, which i- under the
direction c( Areoki P:*kir. branch
director s s i > I d by Miriam
Schtir-herj; head counselor, the
ther-< v- w* past eek has been
the ch -
tr a facial nsrpr s* circus -
produce*- r-> wM IM|M HiKh-
hfhtbBC ihi on Fr
ha> a;<* been the trad::.caal Ones
I :-*t
At toe M:imi YMHA 6'aneh.
Cam* Ma Ka See under tne 4<
!<> e D*ii Eskenaai
t'*nch director vnv'*d by Mr*.
. .-c "> CalwiHin. baa* oiamtf.
h^hl-vMioaj Hkt retrain ha*
been a foU rvan with n* annual
aeoecft tee mclv*n a chvek
waaan WncK a born nco anO
All cawawr
foe tn.r (iril
bike. OMwi bjbJMgMl
4H bo HW camp carnival
. tenanted
n
At :he Southwest YMHA BrarrV
Camp Kadunah. under the direc-
tior ef Philip Millstein. branch di
rector, assisted by Herbert Jacob-
scm. head counselor, trip* and cook-
: different groups on a daily
basis r-ave featured the bepnnuvg
ol camp.
Ar-'.val camp carnival will lake
place en Wednesday from 5 to 7
p m.
. |m NSSX Hah* County
YMrU Franca Pay vamp, under
-a!d Lab. IV. a>
M-x Yvette Cole, bead
coun*< ,- MM ns been ta
-, past period Spe-
aeM Ul
tj Tropical Carders.
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Pores Jur<____.
v|*eMd JaU*. eesa>
Dan ;o Mr- *
Harrj ll*
Daughter Nm t.> Mr
Benr. Be 19
Daughter bcrn to Mr
une 18
Daugher N rn to Mr and Mrs
lack BdMCl IN In
Bm rom to Mr an. Mrs. Shed
nek Gilbert June 16
Daughter born to Mr and Mr>
Sheldon Apptl June 16
Daughter bcrn to Mr and Mrs
Henrv Felton June 15
Son borr tc Mr and Mrs. Lester
Stepner June 13.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Irving Keisield June 12
Daughter horn to Mr and Mrs
i Murray Rosenberg June 10.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Bernard Michelsor. June 9.
Son burn to Mr and Mrs Harold
Green June 9
Daughter born to Mr and Mrs
HaroW Appel June 8.
Daughter born to Mr and Mrs
Stanley VwMa June eV
Son bom to Mr and Mrs Robert
Lockshin June 6.
Son bcrn to Mr and Mrs. Robert
MatloM Junt 5
Daughter born to Mr and Mrs
Mar\ ata*aba% June 5
Son bcrr. :o Mr and Mrs Si Hi
ram Stern June 3
Soc born to Mr and Mrs Harold
Schuy aW June 4.
i
Gertrude B-rg. co-star ol the Broadway bit "A Majority of
One is named honorary chairman ot the 1960 membership
campaign of Pioneer Women, national organaation ol Amer-
ican Jewih women wh.ch conduct. <^^7**
wctk and educational program m toa-l. W'^ Bg me
Mis. Horence Selkin. national membershrp chmrmem Osft). and
Mrs. Clam Left national president of Konr women.
Diplomat Plcuis New Addition
situated at the entrance of the Dip-
lomat Country Club, sad its decor
and theme v/ the rustic atmosphere of the chib.
The new inn will comprise two
stories with 20 kitchen units in-
cluded an onp the 150 rooms.
When tbc Diplomat Inn open*
for an opening on or {oT f,c ,r season, it will
20. Cost mill exceed mark the t<:crd major construe-
Diplomat
Clutter Construction Co.. of Mi-
am:, over the weekend was award-
ed the contract to build a 150room
inn suFP'trnenting current facili-
ties of the Diplomat Hotel and
Country Club in Hollywood. Diplo^
mat cwner Samuel FYiedland re-
vealed that construction will start
h s week
rt Dec
$1,500,000.
Diplomat Inn. the name of
-t Friedland hostelry. be

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St-< ; baw* abM
tawer t* cwHect abarlK and see
'.- H add HW tee. Tbw cam*
n planwma a swew an JuH 14
bosad an ta>ac sbiaa. rwekets and
a'l Hcw. aswc* travwL
Sugorine
Th* Clreater Miaou Jewish Co-
j> camps wtB be-
gin their second pened of regis-
ratiea oa July 18 A few vaean
x selected grvaps eaist at the
-d Muaai Caaups. Ce-
ordiaausg the prefraai is assist
anal Treaa. and
reetce Cfraun H Gale
frwm Paae !-
Rone is in Cahfonua oa a st ___ ..
Dowt witn the iinlir wbath she caught from her son Mrs
MarhacI Joyce Sumberg
a-a -e
Ka'ky Marget sweet lw-year-old daughter of Mike and Horence
Ma Ust mday wth O o'ler teeege girls for an eight-week tour of
y-^tl^ Prance. Maly. Austna. and SwitarrUnd. utcludmg three
weeks at the Mt Obvert School in Lausanne. Switrerland. to study
Ail the grrhv. esrept Karhy. are from the Greater Bos
U ws waBe aa a visit to Cambridge, where her broth
at Janataae is a eraser at Harvard, that Katky met the teen-group
tion add.tic-r to the Diplomat in
nine months. Early last spring the
new S2.C0.000 convention hall was
dedicatee r.rgjrg the total cost
of the Diplomat to an excess of
S25.000.000
Present fcr the signing of the
coostructior contract at the Dipkv
Jnut were rr.edland. W. R. Clut-
I ter. vice prei seat of the coenstruc-
'tion company, ard Walter Jacobs,
juho i:b bM brother. Al. beads
'the Diplomi'.- executive opera-
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Woman Named
Choir Director
Mrs. Ben (Terri) Grossberg was
this week named choir director of
Congregation Yehudah Moshe.
Joseph Ro&enfeld, president of
congregation, said Mrs. Grossberg
previously acted as soloist and di-
rector of the North Shore Jewish
Center Choir.
Mrs. Grossberg received her ed-
ucation at the Juilliard School of
Music in New York City and the
University of Miami.
Associate with the American
Theatre Wing, she is presently un-
derstudy for Metropolitan Opera
star Renata Tebaldi in the role of
"Andrea Chenier" scheduled next
season here. Last year, she was
understudy to Eileen Farrell.
Mrs. Grossberg won an Opera
Guild scholarship to the University
of Miami, and also study at the un-
iversity's school of music on an-
other scholarship next semester.
She is married to Cantor Ben
| Grossberg, and the couple have
four daughters.
Skit to be Featured
Mrs. Melvin Richard, newly-in-
stalled president of Opti-Mrs. of
fiami Beach, will conduct her first
nceting at noon on Tuesday at the
eville hotel. "Miss Out of This
Universe," written by Mrs. Stan-
ey Peal, program chairman, will j
part of the afternoon's enter
linment.
Page 3-B
Home Builders Planning Show
International shrine going up in a kibbutz in Galilee to com-
memorate the 6.000,000 Jews who perished under Hitler is
being aided by an American committee under the chairman-
ship of Leon Uris (left), author of "Exodus," who addressed a
series of functions across the United States held in honor of
Zivia Lubetkin (center), heroine of the Warsaw Ghetto revolt
and now a member of Kibbutz Lochamei Haghettaot. The pro-
ject, aided by Histadrut, will require $250,000. Shelley Winters
(right), winner of an Academy Award for her role in the film
version of "The Diary of Anne Frank." conducted the recent
appeal in New York City. The Ghetto Fighters' Museum and
Archives contain much material that will be used in the trial
of Nazi henchman Adolf Eichmann.
The Home Builders Assn. of
South Florida has set Nov. 13 to
20 as the date for its annual Home-
Show in Dinner Key Auditorium.
Now in its seventeenth year, the
event has become tne Biggest show-
case for home building materials,
products and methods in South-
eastern United States.
Last year, the show's MO ex-
hibit bao+ho were occupied by
manufacturers and distributers
from every sectien of the coon
try. Their vast display of build
ing and home improvement pro-
ducts drew a record smashing
crowd of 256,(100.
Gene S. Fisher, president of the
sponsoring organization, noted that
the show has continued to improve
and set new attendance records
each year since its birth. With a
long line of exhibitors already re-
questing space reservations, he
predicts that the trend will con-
tinue this year.
Fisher anjunmced the app
ment of Bernard Janif aw Home
Show committee chairman J
S. Gassaway has been renasted di-
rector.
Informal Donee Held Here
An informal record dance was
featured at the regular mom j
meeting of Temple Juries Your.g
Adults on Sunday evening. Tie
group is sponsored by the Coral
Gables synagogue to provide so-
cial activities for single men a:id
women between 18 and 35. It holds
meetings, picnics, dances and par-
ties throughout the year, and wall
have a full schedule of activities
all summer long.
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NEW YORK The largest tri-
ennial convention in the 90-ycar
history of the International Coun-
cil of Jewish Women is taking place
this week in Basel, Switzerland,
with 60 representatives of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
of the United States in attendance.
The American contingent at the
four-day conference is headed by
Mrs. Charles Hymcs. of Minnea-
polis, president of the educational
and social service organization.
Founded 67 years ago, the U.S.
Council is the oldest and largest
affiliate of the ICJW.
Highlighting the convention ses-
sions have been reports on the re-
cent growth of women's leadership
in Jewish communities worldwide.
Delegations were present from
ICJW affiliates in South Africa,
Iran, India. Israel, Argentine, Bra-
zil, Australia. New Zealand, Can-
ada, England. France. Sweden
and Switzerland. Yugoslavia, which
is not affiliated with the ICJW. will
send an official observer for the
first time.
Major issues discussed at the in-
ternational gathering included im-
proved education to ensure the sur- ]
vival of Jewish values, improve-;
ment of the status of women in j
many countries, and the training
of women volunteers for new child
welfare programs, golden age
clubs, thrift shops and other serv-
ices which are budding among the
Jewish women's groups from Tehe-
ran to Rio de Janeiro.
Dr. John R. Rces of London,
president of the World Federation
for Mental Health, addressed the
women leaders on mental health
problems in the modern world.
Delegates also heard from Mme.
Marie-Helene Lefaucheux, of Par-
is, president of the International
Council of Women, and Henry
Shaw, director of the Hillel FoFun
dation of Great Britain.
Keynoter at the sessions was
Mrs. Benjamin Robinson of Mon-
treal, president of the ICJW.
From Switzerland, the U.S.
group will proceed to Jerusalem,
where the ground-breaking cere-
mony will take place Sunday for
a new campus that the NCJW is
building for the Hebrew Univer-
sity Secondary School, the educa-
tional experimentation and prac-
tice teaching center of the John
Dewey School of Education of He-
brew University.
Mrs. Stanley Myers, of Coral Ga-
bles, is serving as acting national
president of the NCJW during Mrs.
Hymes' absence from the country.
Semi-Finals Sunday
Finals of the WTVJ "Little Miss
America Contest" will be h e 1 d
Sunday, July 3. at the Miami Sea-
quarium on Rickenbackcr Cause-
way. WTVJ will televise the finals
as a remote telecast from the Sea-
quarium at 4 p.m.
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Friday. July 1. I960
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thrir hc-r Fall- and Canada.
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r* marneii on Sun
.tune 26. at the \
ajnetwVau MMl Hh Rabbi lrxing
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TV hrije :< :hr daughter
and Mr- J.v*ph Poalol. 10C71 E
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".rs. Abe Cor-
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RndesjRaxb included Hiarn N
ma Sue r*M. lraaa MMfar. and
par Gam.
Jack C.rv. \a MMi as best man
err Krintr.it lordtna.
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rhvllis Abramson and Jon Serhin
[t hcFonta.nebkaulMitcI.on.Sun.
na> nine 19. Rabbi Leon Kron.sh
olficiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. James Abramson The
JT parents are Mr. and Mrs.
John Serbin.
Ma.d of honor was Miss Harriot
Abramson. si s t e r of the hr.dr
Bridesmaids included Arlene Kap-
Ian. Susan Beldner. Susan Sabe .
Marjone Lawenberg. and Mari-
anne Serbin.
Flower girl was Molly BM.
Mark Brown was nngbearer. Both
are the children of Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown, of Cleveland
The bride chose an elegant can-
dlelight imported and embroidered
alcncon lace gown lavishly bead-
ed with seed pearls and iridesccnts
. and featuring an Empire line with
peon de soie trim A huge self-fab-
ric roaa topped the full chapel
train Her matching peau de soie
headpiece had several flowing lay-
ers of French imported illusion.
The bride carried a bouquet of
white orchids and lilies-of-lhe-val-
ley.
Louis Serbin was best man for
his brother. Ushers included Nor-
I man Broad. Bruce Rogow. Billy
Nathan, Mervin Serbin. and Steve
Comb.
The ceremony was performed in
a formal garden of growing vine*
with a canopy of yellow and white
flowers bedecking the four-column
canopy, on top of which were
perched two white lovebirds, the
theme of the wedding.
Their Romance" was the title
of a song written bj the MOB
composer-uncle, fctaunce Shapiro.
oi Washington PC. in their hon
or, rltl lyric- h> the bride's Oth-
er Jackie Heller, a guest at the
M dedicated a song to
them.
The couple left for a honeymoon
aboard the Santa Paula on a cruise
I Curacao. Dutch West In
Guam, Aruba. Kingston.
an,. .. week in Ocho Rios Jamaica.
. .'ntinuing to Na>-au.
Tr..\ will continue with their
. in Cambridge. M
Local Women
Named Officers
Mrs Max Rubin was installed
president at tV ninth annual en-
campment of the Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary Department of
Florida, ncently heJd M Tampa,
i She is a member of West Miami
Auxiliary 223.
Mrs mWt :< Wanda, of Abe Hor
owitr Auxibary. was installed cor-
responding secretary.
Mrs. Max Kern, of Miami Beach
Auxiliary g president ot the
Departn crida. v.as named
liaison off
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an Ann Defamation League meet
Wednesday evening at the
Mum: Beach Federal bWg 407
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You Can Help Reunite These Families
Werner-K;ihn
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Vows Here
wedding of Misi Lillian Beck
lie] Kainis was held Sunday,
at the Eden Roc hotel.
bride wore a white lace
in traditional style with a
tip veil. The ring used in
^remony was the same used
bride's mother at her wed-
Sh*- was attended by her
|Mi." Sylvia Cohen, as maid
|or- Mrs. Renee Gordon, sis-
the groom, was matron of
[bride is the diughter of Mr.
Irs. Harold Beck. 100 SW
re She is a graduate of Mi-
. School and majors in
ducation at the University
i. She is a member of Sig-
pha Iota.
[gixom is the son of Mr.
h. Maurice Kamis. 7720 SW
Also a graduate of Miami
fH i g h School, he recently
eri with honors from the
||{y of Miami with a BS
mathematics He was
ioned a second lieutenant
[United States Army Ordi-
orps.
jr. om was a member of
and Blade military hon-
riety: president of Persh-
>s military honorary soci-
Eta Sigma, scholastic
Pi Mu Epsilon, honor-
fhematics society; Student
>*rd of governors; and the
rs Assn.
a honeymoon in Jamaica
|iti. the couple will live in
irhile Mr. KamLs completes
ft. for a Master's degree.
fin, Dumas
lange Vows
Carriage of Miss Lyn Su-
^r-nas and David Jerome
pat solemnized on June 19
ppue Emanu-EI in Charles-
Rabbis Alan Tarshish
Millgram officiated,
ussin is the daughter of
I Mrs. Abe Dumas, of
Mr. Russin is the son
Mrs. Lester A. Russin,
3ton rd., Miami Beach,
ng a honeymoon in Ja-
b* oung couple will spend
icr in Miami Beach. After
and Mrs. Russin will
Eir home in New Orleans,
pre he will continue his
Fat the Tulane school of
Program launched
Lebowitz, Miami Beach
and Ivan Cohen, marri-
^sultant, have launched a
broadcasts over station
tied "A Word to the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en is seeking the whereabouts of
the following person*. You can help j
reestablish contact between long-
lost relatives by turning over in
formation to t h e Greater Miami
Section of National Council of Jew-
ish Women at 135 NW 3rd ave.,
FR 3^256:
SCHECHMASTER. Rachel (Ruch
el) born in Odessa, Russia,
daughter of Ilzhak and Gitel.
She is married (name unknown)
an It is believed that her husband
is in the travel business. She is
being sought by her niece, Gitel
Schechmaster. born in 1923 in
Odessa, and now living in War-
saw.

BASS. Frieda born in Polodia Guv
ernia. Russia. She migratetd
from Russia to Buenos Aires in
1920-22 and a year later came
to the United States. For the past
10 or 15 years she has been liv-
ing in Miami Beach. Her daugh-
ter. Gutinka Bass Salkoff, who
migrated with her mother was
last living at 2126 NW 24th st..
Miami. They are being sought by FRIEDMAN, Teddy born in 1902
Dr. Jaime Goldfarb, of Buenos
Aires, who is now a medical resi-
*7Ieht*at Variefy Children's Hos-
pital.
in Lodz, Poland, son of Avner
a::d Regina. He came to the Unit
e1f^taYes""^ou't'"IWB-48. uTffler
auspices of JDC from Germany.
He is being sought by his cousin.
Jegi Reiss, born 1923 in Lodz,
son of Michael and Bluma, and
has been living in Israel since
1957.

LISSAVOBER, Baruch born in
Kamenetz. Poland and migrated
to the United States before
World War II. His last known ad-
dress was Miami Beach. He is
being sought by Moshe Freiberg. | KAUFMAN. Isaac bom about
born 1902 in Rotin. Romania, son! 1922 in Lodz. Poland and came
of Joseph and Eva (nee Blank), to the United States about 1940.
Freiberg, and now living in Is-; He is married and in the clp^n
rael. ; ing and tailoring business. For-
mer address was in Brooklyn. He
is being sought by his cousua,
Rivka Wajsbort (nee Dalemann),
born in Poland and came to
Brooklyn in 1955. Isaac Kauf-
man's parents, Simon and Galiat
Kaufman./orderly .lived, 4L-1037
Ogden ave.. Bronx. N.Y., and
moved to Florida in 1955.

RACIMOVA, Janek born 1910 in
Poland, son of Berel and Hinda.
His last known address is Flor-
ida. He is being sought by hist
cousin. Leon Racimova. barn ia
1930 in Ostrowicz, Poland, son
of Moshe and Bruche. and hast
been living in Buenos Airec
since 1952.
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Miss Yorra Weds Gordon Simonds

Barbara Carol Yorra became the
b' ;e of Gordon DavM SJaaondi in
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Maid Of honor was Miss Jacque-
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boat man for his brother. I >her>
included Mark Yorra. David Si
monds. David Yorra. Theodore,
No-sen. Lt Col Arthur Yorra. Da
\id Kaufelt. Arthur Manson. and
Saoiord Smttjr.
The bride choe a floor-length
princess style gown of white si'k
arfom a*IBi organia rose appli
que< cascading from the scoop
neckline into the bouffant skirt.
The bracelet length sleeves with
the same rose appliques flowed
into a chapel train. Her pearl and
alencon lace headpiece was attach-
ed to a French illusion veil.
She earned a cascade of white
orchid* and tiny white roses
Newly wed Mr>. Simonds attend-
ed the University of Florida, where
she belonged to Alpha Epoon Phi
N>ronty. She is a 1958 graduate ot
Broward High School
The groom attended the I'ntver
attj of Penn>ylNania. and belongs-
to Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity
Reception followed at the Dip-
lomat. After a honeymoon in Mes
Ito the couple will be at home at
107 WOM a] Portland. Me
Lace Gown
For Mrs. Tayor
Limb Dorothy Ontosmark and
Dr. Harold A ray'.or WON married
In evonlng vowa at the Saw
hold on M'urday evening. JUM
25. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman ot-1
ficiating. .,_
The bride la the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Harry B. Grussmark.
4561 Post ave. Miami Beach The
grooms parents are Dr. and M.
Herman W Taylor. 501 SW 39th
ave.. Miami
Maid of honor was Estelle Zem-
mel Martin Taylor was best man
for his brother. Stephen Gruss-
mark. brother of the bride, acted
as usher.
The bride chose a ballerina -
length, lace gown featuring a se-
quined an.! embroidered 1 m neck
ton with a crown of seed pearls.
She carried white orchids on a
Bible with lily-of-the valley strea-
mer-
Mrs. Tavlor is a cum laude gra-
duate of the Uuiversity of Miami,
where she belonged to Kappa Pi.
education honorary :Nu Kappa Tau.
highest women's honorary-: and
was li-ted in "Who's Who Among
Students" She is a first grade
teacher at North Miami Elemen-
tary- School.
Dr. Taylor graduated from the
University of Miami, where he be-
longed to Alpha Eplison Pi. and
received a degree in optometry
trom the Pennsylvania State Col-
lege of Optometry'- where he be-
longed to Omega Eplison Phi pro-
fessional honorary.
Reception followed at the Sax-
ony. After a Nassau honeymoon.
the couple will be at borne at 1725
NE 116th rd No. Miami.
Temple Jvdec Ooce
Second in a series of informal
bi weekly record dances were held
Sunday evening by the Temple Ju-
Jea Young Adult Club.
Culler Ridge ftYty
Caribbean Jewish Congregation
Sisterhood held a Sisterhood Tup-
perware party at Cutler Ridge Re-
gional Shopping Center Arcade on
Monday.
Cannons Will
Live in Miami
Rachel Schurowita and Michael
Cannon were married Sunday. June
26. at the Montmartre hotel by
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg in a dou-
ble ring ceremony.
The bride u the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Schurowitz. 1800
SW 871 h st. Mr. Cannon U the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cannon. 339
Catalonia ave. Coral Gables.
Mrs. Gail Krasner attended her
cousin as matron of honor, and
Miss Lots Apner. also cousin of the
bride, was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Edith Cannon and Jan-
et Shaw.
Dr. Stanley Cannon, brother if
the groom was best man. Ushers
were Ronnie Shaw, brother of the
bride, and Michael Rosenthal
After a trip to Nassau, the cou-
ple will live in Miami.
To Address
July 4 Rally
The 13th annual Independence
Day patriotic celebration sponsor-
ed by the B'nai B'rith of Miami
Beach will be held on Monday eve-
ning. July 4. 8 p.m.. in Flamingo
Park.
Principal speaker will be Brig.
Gen. Herman Nickerson. Jr.. of the
US. Marine Corpa. Washington,
D.C. who is flying down here espe-
cially for the occasion.
Miami Beach City Councilman
Kenneth Oka will represent the
city.
Theodore M. Trushin is chair-
man of the civic affairs committee
planning the program, and Ben
Sine is co-chatnnan.
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T always surprises me a little
when in casual conversation
with couples at social functions
It h e "Mr." kidding ly admits to
reading this column which is us-
| ually and mostly devoted to the
'Mrs."
Speaking candidly, many of
your husbands feel that you are
I wearing too much make-up. This
[week's column is devoted to help-
ing you understand the basic fac-
tors in the use and application
of cosmetics. Next week, we'll
ass along some of the more ad-
vanced techniques involved.
The first premise is that cos-
metics should make you look
aore attractive, and should en-
ance your natural beauty. If the
lors are hard, the application
heavy, or the effects aging,
ur have defeated your basic
urpose.
[Before applying make-up, be
prtain that your face is com-
ctely clean. Soap and water are
ying, so use them only once a
^y, and rely on cleaning creams
rest of the time. Perhaps it
starting backwards, but the
of the face and the proper
noval of cosmetics is as im-
krtant as their proper applica-
nt.
Cleanse your face twice with
earn. Always move your hands
I an upward direction, since this
Its to firm the facial muscles
the same time. Wipe the ea-
ts cream with tissue still in
, upward direction then gent-
|with a towel. Repeat the pro-
, and then your face will be
in. while the toweling stimu-
the circulation which
helps to keep blemishes un-
control.
*
|IXT, we must close the pores,
and prepare the face for the
netics. Pat on gently a little
esher or astringent or even
le ice cold water. Note, that
face is always handled gent-
ctunt
ly. Pulling on the muscles breaks
them down, and only makes you
age more quickly.
After the pores are closed, ap-
ply a protective film to prevent
the make-up from clogging the
pores. There are many on the
market, and you must experiment
to find which you like best.
Now your face is ready for the
application of a make-up base.
You must always wear a base,
which serves many purposes.
Very few of us are born with per-
fect complexions, and the base
gives us a good, even color from
which to work. It also holds the
other cosmetics, and serves as a
blending factor. Usually, for day-
time, a liquid base is desirable.
If you have the advantage of
taking a course where an instruc-
tor teaches you proper color se-
lection and application, you are
fortunate. If not. you must rely
upon your own judgment. If pos-
sible, daylight not artificial
light should be used when de-
ciding color. Take three or four
different shades of base, and hold
them up to your cosmeticless face
in a mirror. Your own eyes will
immediately spot whether or not
the base with the yellow* or blue
is best, and also which shade
blends best with your skin tone.
Your base should be slightly
darker than your skin, so it can
act as a good covering agent.
Again, note the use of "slightly"
darker. Apply it according to the
instructions on the product you
have selected. Again, move your
hands in an upward motion.
Blend it carefully around the hair
line, bring it down to the throat
line, and never permit a line of
demarkation to show where the
base stops, and your own coloring
begins.
Remember, also, that you will
have powder to help you with the
final blending process. Do not
apply any base to your upper lip;
otherwise when you perspire, you
will find that it cakes there. You
will have a little b:i>e on your
finger tips, and if you wish, you
can lightly touch this area.

pouGE is too often forgotten.
" or avoided, bectu.se many
women don't know how to apply
it. Smile at yourself in the mirror.
You will aee that there is a nat-
ural fullness. That would be the
flushed area if you had been play-
ing golf or tennis. Rouge is sup-
posed to look natural; simply ap-
ply to that area with a very light
hand a touch of color. As you be-
come more practiced, you will
find the shape of the face will
help you shape your rouge line.
But for basic beginners, a touch
of color will produce the desired
result not a dab of round red
on your cheek, but a light touch
of color that is blended so that
no line of demarkation shows.
Next, pat on the powder. Dab
a little powder on each cheek,
on the forehead, on the throat and
on the nose and then blend it.
In that way, you avoid the caked
look. Your powder should match
your base, but may be a slight
shade darker or lighter, which-
ever is most flattering to you. If
you have on too much powder,
wipe the excess off with a soft
powder bruh.
Lipstick should be applied with
a brush. It takes time to learn to
handle it. You can not expect to
begin painting the first time you
try. Applying make-up properly
is just like painting. It is an ar-
tistic endeavor which m u s t be
practiced in order o be perfected.
The brush allows you to help com-
pensate for nature, by following
the basic natural lines of your
mouth and also to even them
up slightly. Sometimes, it is help-
ful to fill in a trifle or not fill in
entirely. In addition, the brush
allows you to create the even line
which is so attractive.
*
A LIGHT touch of an eyebrow
** pencil is next. The shape of
the eyebrows is important, and
we'll go into that next week. But
for the time being, a clear eye
brow line will be an asset. Make
certain your eyebrows are clear-
ed out in between the brows, and
that the scraggly hairs under-
neath are plucked out.
Never, never shave your eye-
brows. Use your eyebrow pencil
to make little commas, just like
each hair, so that you will have
a natural line instead of a hard
pencil smear.
If you are complaining that this
all takes time, quite frankly it
does.
m. AND MKS. WtlHHUG
Weinbergs Will
* Mark Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Wein-
berg will celebrate their Golden
Wedding anniversary July 3 with
their three daughters and sons,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B Stearns.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. Lowe, and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Bloom,
and six grandchildren, all living
in Miami Beach.
A dinner party will be given at
the Americana hotel. Honoring tha
Weinbergs will be immediate fam-
ily, friends and guests from Chi-
cago.
Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg came
here eight years ago from Chicago,
where he was a plumbing contrac-
tor. The couple live at 93000 E Bay
Harbor dr.. and belong to North
Shore Jewish Center.
Mr. Weinberg is 74, and Mrs.
Weinberg is 71.
in n CIumI >< ldav preschool kindergarten and
All-Day School Sessions \nursery at MonticeUo Park, ses-
Mrs. Rebecca Kay. MonticeUo sions will begin at_9 am and end
Park nursery and kindergarten su- 3:45 p.m.. Monday through Fri-
pervisor. and Irving Seidel, educa- j day. The school will be held in the.
tion committee chairman, an-1 special wing of Monticello's new
nounces the inauguration of an all- school building.
y<
our
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sJnvitcJ- with regard* to
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CONFIRMATIONS
and all Social Functions
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*JenistiFhrktor
Friday, July 1. I960
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl J
NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Krom Miami to Norfolk to Atlanta,
and th.s weekend back to Miami that' the route traveled by Mrs
.lane Robinson, Mrs. Fannie Reich. Jerry Carver and George Lefcoe
Thev were some of the looalites who attended the District rive B nai
B"rith annual convention in Norfolk, and were joined by Harry Rosen
and Krank Resnick in Atlanta, to attend the annual Bnai B nth Youth
Organisation conclave at Emory University
Mrs. Reich, bv the way. is the newly-elected first vice president ol
DiftfiCl Five BB Women, and reelected president a- Mr> Geralt
SoHl Thev led the larne feminine eontinwent at the Norfolk conclave
in eelebr.itmi; the Mill UintVWMr) of the formation ot their District Fivi
women's organization
Lewis Mirman. of Norfolk, it the ntw prewdent of Ditrict Fie
B'nai B'rith, with Miami's Judo* Mitron Friedman presidentelect.
The 1961 convention will be staged at the Americana hotel hero, start-
ing Jon* 4, in honor of Judge Friedman's taking office at tho time.
Jack Jenkins, of Washington, D.C., is the new first vice president of
District Five, with Maurice Steinberg second veopoe.
Surfside > Vice Mayor and Mrs l-ee Howard boarding the Queen
F.hzabeth in New York July 7 en route to the continent lor a .-even week
Mr>. Harvey LOUDM DM been appointed contestant coordinator for
the Miss Universe pageant on the Beach July 2 to 9. She s the loimei
I,atin Quarter beauty, who is now doing local TV commercial- Also a
former operatic aspirant, she will coach the beauties in a productioi
number. "Getting to Know You." for a national telecast on July 9 from
the Convention Hall.
Attorney Julius Jay Perlmutter will not run for the new Metro
Commission seat created in Miami Beach. Expected to compete art
present Miami Beach Couneilmen Harold Spaet. Melvin J. Richard, and
poMiblj D Lee Powell and Kenneth Oka. Election date will coincide
with national elections in November, if present council plans go through
Oscar Markov uli. co-owner of the Lucerne hotel, due in trom New
York this week, and pltai to rOOpon his beachfront hostelry some time
in Nov ember.
Seymour Rubin, one of the Lincoln rd. property owners who
propelled ffie campaign for tfe Shopping Mall, tolling golfing buddies
of Bayshore the premier* is set for November. Groundbreaking takes
place Aug. 1.
Alyce Goldberg, who just completed her junior year at Brandeis
I tiivoisity. is home for her summer vacation She's the daughter ol
Mr and Mrs Charles Chuck Goldberg, of the Delano hotel. Before
returning to Brandeis to start her senior year in the fall. Alyce will ap
pear on the network TV show. "Price is Right." in September.
Sam and Lil Appel ihe s Beach real estate sales vet), just celebrated
their 25th anniversary. A lot of realty deals must be cooking because
Sam hasn't much time for his favorite sport, golf, recently
* *
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: The highly successful "West Side
Story" concludes a sparkling engagement at the Coconut Grove Play
house Sunday. Another hit musical. "Damn Yankees." follows on Tues-
day, with Sylvia Shav and Tom Raskin in the leading roles. The high
Calibre of the first two plays under Owen Phillips' pioduction guidance
promises a wonderful summer ot theatre going out Coconut Grove way.
1 hop*' local theatre lovers ill show their appreciation by continued
wholehearted support of the summer staue ventures out UMtaWB]
On Ihe night dub circuit, revues hoU1 swav m the Beach hostlries. I
' Extravagant* Latma." accenting colorful Latin American dancers, con-
tinues in La Rondo of the Fontainebleau. It's fast-paced and exciting
entertainment.
The Deauvillo Casanova room spotlights "Smart Affairs," head-
lining singer Napoleon Reed, and a largo company of versatile per-
formers. It's rollicking and rocking entertainment from start to finish.
lookup over the fare for the Fourth of July weekend at Beach
hotels, it ppears thev me offering tremendous bargains tor American
Plan holul.iv programs In [act, l don't think I'm wrong l>> Mating they
are probabl) ihe best "hotel boys" ever offered anywhere includes fun
and entertainment for ever] member of the familj too
* '
FILM FARE: Judy Hollidav. long-time Broadway comedy favorite,
transfers her smash enacimeni of an answering service operator from
stage to screen, in "The Bells are Ringing." and is funnier than ever.
assisted b> Dean Martin It > -hovvin^ .,t the Carib. Miami and Miracle
1 dearies, and should nng up new records for those three Wometco
houses.
Accent's on comedy at the first run movie theatres this week "The
Apartment Billy Wilder's hilarious original screenplay, holds over at
the Olympia. Beach and Gables, starring Jack U-inmon. Shirlev Mac ,
Laine and Fred MacMurrav
The vampire man wreaks havoc in a girls school in "Brides of
Dracula." combined with The Leech Woman." set in a jungle locale
at the Paramount. Coral and Colonv
* *
TABLE-TIPPING: Back in the restaurant field again is Pierre
Kuneyl. long-time food director of the Versailles, then later at the San>
Soud, when Harry Mufson and Ben Novack operated that Beach hotel
Kuneyl a -prv septugenarian. is giving boss Sam "Radio" Winer a big
assist at the Bonfire Kunevls background reads like a chef and maitre
d I Who- who listing, starting in Paris most noted restaurant and
hotel kitchens, then shifting to the Waldorf in New York, and finallv to
Miami Beach. Kuneyl. as general manager of the Bonfire will add to
the superlative menu fare there.
Families eat out more than ever when the weather gets much too
warm for mother to toil over the stove One of the magnets for familv
dining is Fu Manchu. the long-established restaurant on 71si st on
the Beach If you don't believe me. hie vourself and family over there
eat) Sunday and you II note solid family trade oh.ng and ahing" over
the wonderful Cantonese dishes for which Fu Manchu has gained a
national culinary reputation.
You don't have to take a trip to Peris to enjoy por Confront.I
,.n,. Ma,,m s. m Surfwdo. ion, ha. onioyod tho rotation lor
oerb Fronch cu.s.ne. Every dish on rho menu is a goormot dream
come true, as it is impeccably prepared end delightfully served.
.m J!'.i!?l SpeC'alUeS' 2 We" sup*r 9,Mk* aBd !*""* "bs. sre
V^L ^ sp?,a'r at ,he *erv *>l*r Candlelight Inn in
Coconut (,rove. near the Playhouse Owner-manager Hen.-vl.ett-on t
onjhe job every day to see that each patron goe* away completely Mtis-
scholarship student, she was editor
and toundcr of the School of Edu-
cation Newsletter, and belonged
to Kappa Delta Pi. educsnon hon-
orary; Alpha Lambda Delta, wom-
en's freshman honorary: A1Pna
Sigma Epsilon. co-educational lead-
ership honorary; Gamma Sigma
Sigma, women's service sorority;.
of which she was treasurer for one
year; and Pi Omega Pi. business
education honorary
The groom is a Miami Beach
High School and University of Mi-
ami graduate. At the university, he
belonged to Beta Beta Beta, bio-
'logy honorary; Alpha Epsilon Del-
ta, pce-medical honorary-; and Ar-
nold Air Society, which he served
as vice president and treasurer. A
Distinguished Military- Graduate
and recipient of the Convair Avia-
tion Award, he was active in stu-
dent government, and will attend
' denial school in the fall.
Reception and seated dinner fol-
lowed the ceremony at the Carillon
hotel. The couple are on a hony-
; moon in Mexico, and upon their
return will live in Miami
M*S. lAUtlNCt SCHWARTZ
Double Ring Rites
For Speismon
And Schwartz
In a double ring candlelight cere-
nony on Sunday. June 26. at the
ariilon hotel. Miss Anita Speis-
nan became the bride of Lawrence
David Schwartz. Rabbi Yaakov
tosenberg officiated at the 7 p.m.
rites.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
ind Mrs. Charles Speisman. 995
N'W 51st st.. Miami The groom is
"he son of Mrs. Miriam Schwartz.
f Miami Beach, and the late Jes-
hua Schwartz.
For her wedding, the bride chose
i gown of imported chantilly lace
wth hand embroidered jewels. Herj
basque bodice was designed wit.i
i sabrina neckline, long sleeves
tapered to a wrist point, and a bouf-
fant skirt that fell to a regal tram.
The veil of imported silk illusion
was draped to a regal crystal]
crown. The bride carried white]
roses, orchids, stephanotis and lily-;
of-the-valley.
Matron ot honor was Mrs. Sy
Robbins Mrs Stanley Bulbin. Mrs
Bernard Nissman. and Mrs. Ed
Deutsch were bridesmaids. In
charge of the guest book was Mrs.
Douglas Kaplan.
Best man for his brother eras
Barry Schwartz I'shers included
Leonard and John Speisman. Mar-
lene and Charlene Kunis were flow-
er girti
The bride bj a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, and received
her education degree cum laude
from the Universit) of Miami A
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A corsage is yours free for the asking, and will be presented
by The Jewish Floridian to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah
if the request is addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973,
Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance! 'Requests may be made oh
postcard, and should include the name of the Bar Mitzvah and
date and place of the ceremony. The corsage will be forwarded
to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the Bar
Mitzvah occasion.
6CM6t
MfKlY
Kenneth and Jeffrey Avick
First twin Bar Mitzvah will be
observed at Temple Ner Tarn id on
Saturday morning, July 2, with
I Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg officiating.
Krnneth and Jeffrey Avick arc
| the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Avick. Their uncles, Cantor Mi-
chael Hammerman, of Brookhne.
j Mass., and Cantor Saul Hammer
[ man, of Baltimore, Mel., will par-
ticipate in the service.
Kenneth and Jeffrey attend Tem-
Iple Ner Tamid religious school and
iNautilus Junior High.
*
George Friedman
Bar Mitzvah of George Henry
rricdman w i 11 be celebrated on
Bturday morning, July 2, at Ti-
creth Israel Northside Center.
^ev. George Goldberg will offici-
le.
;The son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
ricdman, the Bar Mitzvah is a
udent at Horace Mann Junior
Igh, where he plays the cornet.
[Out-of-town guests will include
arge's aunt, Mrs. Dora Cohen,
ittsburgh. Pa.

Jeffrey Augonstoin
lonticello Park Congregation
will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah I
of Jeffrey Stuart Augenstein on'
Saturday morning, July 2. Rabbi I
Max Lipschitz will officiate.
Jeffrey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. |
Abraham Augenstein, 1080 NE
170th ter., No. Miami Beach.
He was recently graduated from
Hebrew elementary school, and
will attend the Bureau of Jewish j
Education Hebrew High School in|
the fall. He is also a student at
North Miami Beach Junior High. <
Reception in Jeffrey's honor will'
be held on Sunday evening at the
Diplomat Country Club.
e
Mark Friedman
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mark
Friedman on Saturday morning,
July 2, in Temple Emanu-EI.
Mark is a seventh grade student
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, and
attends Temple Emanu-EI relig-
ious school.
Reception in his honor will be
held Saturday afternoon at the Di-
Lido hotel. Out-of-town guests will
include Mrs. Lorraine Weger, of
Los Angeles, and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Friedman, of Detroit.
'Damn Yankees' Due At Coconut Grove Playhouse
Reddish blonde haired Sylvia
Shay, handsome Tom Raskin and
comedian Don Penny are the stars
of the Coconut Grove Playhouse
production of the George Abbott
musical, "Damn Yankees," open-
ing next Tuesday for a run of two
weeks.
Producer Owen Phillips has also
cast Wilton Clary, a fine musical
performer in a key role, and Coral
Gables' Bob White plays Me base-
ball manager. Van Buren who is
"a Casey Stengel type." White
sings the famous "Ya Gotta Have
Heart."
Miss Shay, who understudied
Gwen Verdon in the original pro-
im Lines Celebrates 15th Anniversary;
wiew of Israel's Maritime Growth
By Special Report
IEW YORK The growth of the
Israel Navigation Company,
1. of Haifa from a single 2.500-
ship on the Mediterranean in
to a globe-girdling fleet of 33
senger and cargo liners total-
189.000 tons was reviewed here
[Dr. N. Wydra, managing direc-
of the Israeli shipping firm.
^r. Wydra, in the United States
a busme.-s trip, addressed a
|ss conference on the occasion
the 15th anniversary of the
iding of the Zim Lines. The
|riT<-ner was held at the offices
ithe American-Israeli Shipping
L. 42 Broadway. North American
Kesentatives of the Zim Lines.
Wydra announced:
Inauguration on July 15 of
new monthly cargo service
ti Israel and Mediterranean
rts to the Pacific Coast of the
5.A., Canada and Mexico, via
inema Canal.
Construction of a new luxury
ksenger liner for the company's
literranean service.
Construction of 11 more gen-
cargo ships and bulk carriers
146.000 deadweight tons for
p's world-wide services.
Plans for the construction of
pw luxury passenger liner for
[New York-Haifa service.
rferring to the passenger serv-
Wydra greeted the American
"Atlantic," which entered
[New York-Haifa run on May
He said the competition "is
tome and serves to confirm the
Lines' faith in the rise of ls-
1 as a major international tour
Ittraction and in the future of
[travel generally."
Israeli shipping executive
ed attention to the fact that
Zim Lines new own one of
most modern fleers in the
rid. Seventy-eight percent of
vessels were built during the
flew years.
Wydra said that the rapid
lernization of the fleet was
possible by the Bon-Israel
irations agreement under which
ships of all types aggregating
Dre than 185.000 deadweight tons
ere delivered to the Zim Lines
'Innovation* Told
At Kosher Spot
An innovation for kosher dining
establishments in this area has
been anounced with the reopening
of the Royal Hungarian Kosher
Restaurant at 731 Washington ave.
Philip Weiss, owner and opera-
tor, stated that Friday night dinner
patrons may pay in advance until
candlelighting time. Diners enter-
ing after that time will be served
by reservation only. Weiss ex-
pressed the hope "that the public
will cooperate in this Sabbath ob-
servance."
Another innovation at the popu-
lar dining spot this year is a pol-
icy of a two-dollar charge for all
full course meals which will in-
clude chicken, fish or meat. ST
duction on Broadway, has been
playing numerous musical roles on
Broadway and was seen with Sam-
my Davis, jr.. in "Mr. Wonderful."
She has appeared nationally on
television on the Ed Sullivan, Steve
Allen and Arthur Murray shows. In
the production, she sings the hit
song, "Lola."
"Damn Yankees" offers in all
a cast of 35 singers and denc-
erss, and has been directed by
Marilyn and Jack Nagle. Story
of the musical is from a book by
George Abbott and Douglass
Wallop, taken from the novel,
"The Year the Yankees Lost the
Pennant," by Wallop. The music
and lyrics are by Richard Adler
and Jerry Ross.
The story deals with a baseball
afficionado who is willing to trade
his soul in exchange for a mighty
batting arm. so that he can take
a pennant away from the always-
winning New York Yankees.
Through this Sunday, the record-
breaking run of "West Side Story,"
starring Julius La Rosa, continues.
Producer Phillips said that be*t
seats available for the weekend
will be for the Saturday matinee
and Sunday night performances,
and urged the theatre-going public
to come to the box office for best
service.
New Course of Lectures
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director
of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, will
launch a new course of ten lectures
on The Good Life." They will be
heard every Friday evening. 6:30
p.m., in the gardens of the Black-
stone hotel. The course will also
be heard Thursday mornings, 8:30i
a.m., at the Miami Beach Athletic
Club on 10th st.
Judy Holliday and Dean Martin dance to the tune of "Just in
Time" against a New York waterfront setting in "Bells are
Ringing," Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's sparkling film version of
the Broadway musical hit. Now showing at Wometco's Carib,
Miami and Miracle Theatres.
M. M. WrOKA
between December, 1954 and April,
1960.
Dr. Wydra announced that be-
tween now and the middle of 1981
the Zim cargo fleet will be in-
creased by the delivery of 11 more
general cargo ships and bulk car-
eers of 149.000 deadweight tons.
These vessels, presently building,
nclude four bulk carriers of 88,-
000 tons, four general cargo ships
of 40.000 tons and three general
cargo and timber carriers of 21,
000 tons.
Dr. Wydra said that Israel's
goals as a maritime nation "arc
to carry a substantial portion of
her foreign trade in her own ships
and to win a fair share of general
ocean commerce." He noted that
in pursuing these goals, the Zim
Lines now operate regularly sched-
uled services on 14 world w'de
routes calling at more than 160
ports all over the globe. Among the
most important of these are three i
lines to North America which link
Israel with the Middle Atlantic and
Gulf states and with the Great
Lakes via the St. Lawrence Sea-
way.
The director also announced
plans for expansion of the com
pany's passenger services. Present-
ly under construction by Ateliers
it Chantiers de Bretagne in Nante.
France, is a new fully air-condi-
tioeed luxury liner which will ac-
commodate 620 passengers in a
single class.


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Federation Streamlines Executive Committee
Board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last
week moved to streamline Federations executive committee for the
sake of increased efficiency in the future.
Action came at a board of governors meeting Thursday at the
Algiers hotel. Federation's executive committee, until now numbering
an unwieidly 115 members. wa*
brought down to a more workable
body of 38. in addition to officers
of Federation and chairmen of
standing committees.
In a report to the board of gov-
ernors. Circuit jik'-jo Irving Cy-
pan, chairman of tho nominating
committee, declared that "there
it no Federation anywhere in a
community of our siio whoso
executive committee is composed
or more than 20 to 25 persons."
Suggesting that tapered-down e\
Federation Moves
Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration this week moved into
its new and permanent quar
ters in the Federation build
ing at 1317 Biscayne hlvd.
New telephone is FR 30411
C. Myers. Max Orovitz. Leo Robin-
son. Joseph M. Rose. Arnold Seed-
Suggesting that tapered-down ex I )ohn ^^ Jgcob Sh(,r Fred
erutive body would strengthen its R sho(.ht.,_ Isidor B. simkowitz.
aelivities. Cypen urged election of w,]arT) si
the 38-mem her Mate as return
tended by his remittee. "* **\ ^^ fifi"
Responding with resounding af BuoM BSpat*. Mrs. M.ltun firkin,
firmation by elOMd talk*, the John Temple, and Carl Weinkle.
board Of rovernon elected the 38- The new executive committee
man slate, including Sidney Ansm, represents a reduction of some 50
Sidney AronwiU, Sam Black. Da- percent in this top Federation body.
Vid Catsman. Leo Chaikin. Leo In another report to the board of
Eisenstein. Martin Fine. David : governors adopted by voice vote.
Fleeman. Samuel Fricdland. Sol Lwn Kaplan, chairman of the bud
Coldman Mrs. I.ouis Glasscr. Jack Kt committee, listed the commit
Gordon Ernest Jams. Howard tee's recommendations for 1960 al-
Kane Leon Kaplan. M. J Kopol -locations to Federation local, na-
owitz.
CaJ Kovens. Sidney Lefcourt.
Sam (' Levcnson. J. Gerald Lewis.
Joseph V Lipton. Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers. A J. Molasky, Stanley
tional and overseas agencies.
Recommended locally wort:
Baron do Hirsch Loan Fund,
$500, Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, $42,500; chaplaincy pro-
11 aafc, -
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NOW AVAILABLE TO POOL OWNERS
Nraa-lltit it |MiiM atatat (late tbat eeabiaet the
strtsftb tl teaereta ila tba beaaty of a ceramic i art act.
Mt teaalaet rialtb it at hart at Barbie. It it ttrarsat, tirt-
preel, Bir-preel, aaa-ttalaiagt la short, wtrteally iadeatreetible.
Nraii-li.it bat trtauatsei arehiteeteral tppteL Met aaly
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bat It aaasiderabl* ttrtaftbtaa tba Material la wMet M It
applied, ftma-tlait at* bt atad to beeettty aay rigid torlaat,
aaab at ataiaat, aaaartto btoak. aiadar btaab, brtok. ststee.
iaettr. tr aabattot baard. Ht aartonaiaaa it paraatoad tor
bet latoriar sat artortor aaalicatitat.
Nttoptd la Eartps. Nnat-tUxt bat baaa aafaaaaa tareoffc
raatareb aad aedtra aatertalt to tba eograe bee* It it aa
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dmtiag. It aastatt to toat tbaa 21 par teat if to* test it
eeraaia tilt,
Tba aaaaaay af Nraallaxa ttatieatt tvea attar lattallaHaa.
tor it retains at aiiattataee. It ua bt aatbad itk ardiaary
taapt mi a-ttargtatt. Aad It ralaiat rto atlor, btaaty aad
lattrt laaeflalttly.
TWt .*. pradaat it balag applied by aw L f. POPE IL MM
Wt.. te aaay talaalag ptalt aad trtoher aad iatortor -.Hi
f sMp, la tba Miaal arts.
2501 N.W. 75th ST.
L. F. POPFJJ. CO., Ine.
OX 1-8551
tram. $2,000; Greater Miami
! Jewish Community Center, Ml*,-
000; Jewish Family and Child-
| ren's Service, $1I9.000; Jewish
I Vocational Sarvieo, $4.000; Jew-
ish Homo for the Aged, $1.000;
Mt. Sinai Hospital, $210,000; Mt.
, Sinai Hospital special grant for
moving, $5,000; and national
Council of Jewish Women, $3,800.
Also recommended for 1960 was
1 a Federation allocation of $695,483
I to the United Jewish Appeal.
Overall allocations total $2,006.
731. According to Kaplan's report,
the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal
netted $1,653,000. Three Federation
agencies, the Home for the Aged.
Jewish Family and Children's Serv-
ice, and the Community Center,
participate in Dade county's United
Fund, whose allocation to them this
year is $300,000.
The difference between the bud
get committee's total recommenda-
tion for 1960 expenditures and the
joint CJA-United Fund income of
$1,953,000 represents a deficit
spending figure of $54,000. which
the board of governors adopted up-
on the committee's recommenda-
tion.
In another message to the board
of governors. Sam J. Heiman. pres-
ident, declared that the 1960 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal had raised in-
sufficient funds to meet the Jewish
community's current pressing
needs. Declaring that "we must
hold the line at this time if we are
not to endanger the professional
standards of our local agency pro-
grams." Heiman urged immediate
planning for the 1961 CJA cam-
paign.
Announcement of Joseph Lipton.
president of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Assn., as chairman of the
'61 drive, was made the week be-
fore at the 22nd annual meeting of
Federation at the Americana hotel.
Scene from "Tho Brides of
Dracula," technicolor produc-
tion now playing at the Col-
ony Theatre. Alo allowing
in a double bill is "The Leech
Woman."
Ad Agency Named Counsel
Bishopric. Green and Ficlden
has been named advertising coun-
sel for the Miami Seaquanum. ac-
cording to Burton Clark. Womct-
co Enterprises representative at
;the Seaquarium.
Located on Virginia Key off
I Rickenbacker Causeway, the Sea-
Iquarium has become a famed tour-
i-t attraction and gained interna-
tional renown for its display of
! marine life. Since it opened in 1955.
j nearly three million persons have
i passed through the turnstiles.
Ballet Stars Due
tack With Pep
Orchestra Sunday
Tnt season's third University oj
Miami Summer Symphony Pop
esacert on Sunday marks the re-
turn engagement of conductor
Hugo Fiorato and the dance ar-
tistry of Melissa Hayden and An-
dre Eglevsky. top start of the New
York City Ballet Company, who
won enthusiastic applause f r o m
3.400 concert goers last Sunday
evening.
The program features Mist Hay.
den, a prima ballerina, and Eglcv-
sky, "danseur noble," performing
the Pas de Deux of the Black
Swan from the third act of Tchai-
kovsky's "Swan Lake." la addition,
the pair will duet in GUzounov's
"Pas de Dix" ballet
Miss Hayden and f glovsky
have appeared numerous times
' an networfc television and in fre-
quent world-wide tours.
The major orchestral offering
by Fiorato, conductor of the New
; York City Ballet Company will be
! selections from Act 11 of "Swan
. Lake." The Summer Symphony will
i be heard in the Overture, the
Dance of the Four Swans, Waltz,
: Dance of the Little Swans, and
; Odette's Variations.
Other orchestral compositions in-
clude Glinka's "Russian and Lud-
t milla." Boccherini's "Minuet," and
! Borodin's "Polovetztan Dances"
from Prince Igor.
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' ame hurt- 2B 'y'eAFg'agn from Chi-
os*,.. rJ iiitntd an asw-rtrmiit house.
xrt daughter. Miss Doro-
,h> '' "' i; two giand-
grand. h-i
I.!. M.
morta ilngton ave.
MICHAEL SlUaE
A r--:it..! ;',
T| ariTii^nvWK fKT ihi Arrirr-
,. n ;.k'1..r, Hjrvtvlng are hla wife,
'Augusta, in
war* June u at ...r<.n Funeral it
MRS. ROSE STEINHAUSER
eve., riled JB1
i and ** a
Surviving are two sister*,
I Including Mr- .,, idsprom
thr. br
i at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton
, I'd.
LEGAL NOTICE
24
i. Miriam K. Freund, national
resident of Hadassah. was
ivited to participate in the
15th International Congress of
rientalists to be held in Moav
>w from Aug. 9 to 16. Dr.
freund is expected to lecture
the development of health,
iucation and social welfare
the Middle East The Ha-
sh president will fly to
Soviet Union from Israel.
te is scheduled to leave for
jel on July 1.
MEYER C. JACOBSON
'1 rattDa dr.. died .1
Hecann'.i. II yeini f'nfri
nJTIttl- .",nd was member of Miami
Beach Elks LodM-. hurvivliig a.e ma
wife, Heiene; daughter. Mm. Rho..a
Sehutman. and a aon. l.ewis. He alao
leaven a brother, three sister*, and
five grandchildren. Services were on
June 26 t It verslde Memorial Chapel,
Normandy Isle.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH*
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA
IN CHANCERY. No. eOC 610*
VSAJ,K SlTIll.KTTI.
I la 'Miff,
-r: KI'KTTI.
int.
MOp.QE BY PUBLICATION .
RIiETTI
New Y ,tm, New V<.rk
TOU ARE HEREBY N. rTIFIBD
been
filed against you. Yo ; are r<
*
. Aver,
I..'. 11 l'i. nth da 1 of J i.. A I >. 1960.
1 therwlse a ; nfeseo will
1 ntered Hi-a n
Dated.al Mi..mi. bade County, Flor-
ida, thla 2?th da> of June, ,
1-tATHKIlM \N
(aaal) 1 > n. A HKWITT,
Deputy Clark
7/1 -I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N KTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the nndi rail
Inmineaa under the fictitious nann uf
: 'EN OF SATIN al 127 s.E ]i
1 Miami, Plorl
ii !>ie 1 'lark 1
flicuit Court if Dade County, Florida.
1. '--.mCUYT.-'JHAKif'i
JOT 1: M tROl
N M K INNER
ust Bldg.
Mian HE. Fla
M.i IJO
and I igo
Names Manager
ing Blasberg, president of
trside Memorial Chapels, has
tranced appointment of Arthur
pgenthal as general manager
JAY L. PURISCH
6. eon of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purtach,
2301 .SW 21st St.. died June after
a lung Illness He waa a native of
Miami and a student at Silver Bluff
Elementary Retool. In addition to his
parents, be is survived by two bro-
ther*, Arthur and Steven; and his ma-
ternal grandmother, Mre. Frieda Mes-
senger Services were June 36 at
Gordon h uneral Home.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'ROFEKSIONAL REALTY at 420S
N.W. 7th .Ave Miami Intends to reg-
ister said name wlfh the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MORTON ANCrJ I.I.I.
Sole Own. r
7 1-K-1.-.-25
MARRY WEiNRICM
M. of 2400 SW 27th ter., died June j->.
He came bare 15 yearn ago from N. *
York. Surviving are his wife. Ida: and
daughter. Mra. Rosa'lnd Mosea. Serv-
ices were June 26 at Oordon Funeral
Home under the direction of Newman
Funeral Home.
SAMUEL CONOENKRANZ
0. of 160 SW 12th st.. died Ji.n. 14
Ikemde's newest branch, now t^.^;^^ T,tlZ?
Mrs Ellrabeth rrnierna. and a slater
Mrs Rose Starr He also leaves two
brothers, two grandchildren, and two
great grandchildren. Services Were
June 26 at Gordon Funeral Home.
kr construction at SW 37th ave.
|17th st. Zweigenthal hai been
imian for 25 years, and is now
tiatt-d with Riverside at its
tr st. chapel.
iter President
id at 49
Goldin. president and 1
r of South-,
[Jewish On-
ied sudden-
trie age of
sident here
past li
K c o m in
iNew Y
pe lived a'
w 14th st;
Goldin WSJ1
of the Bibs
Company,
survived by bis wife. Rose;
Selig, who is a law student
University of Florida; and
Philip, who attends the Uni-
of Miami.
ces were Sunday at South-
ewisb Center. Some 400 per-
ere present with Rabbi Mau-
tin, .-piiitual leader, officiat-
icnt was in the Workmen's
(section of Mt. Sinai Ceme-
rith arrangements by Gordon
II Homo.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage- In
business under the fictitious na
t-mk THAJI, GROCERY A MEAT
MARKET at K0 R.W. Sth Street.
Miami, Florida intend to register said
ame with the Clerk of the Circuit
Couit of Dade Count v. Forlda.
I-OCIS AREU, 50% Owner
ERNESTINA AREU, M* Owner
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attorneya for Registrants
1161 West Flagler St.
Miami, Florida
7/1-8-C22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 1573
1 HiOA M U .! IVEH
HERNANDEZ, Pla .tiff,
HERNANDEZ OALLJBGrl I,
I rendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
f. I, I'KIiHo HERNANOEE QALe-
] '. address unknown, are required
to file your answer to Hi......uplalni
'or divorce with the Clerk of the above
<"ourt and serve a copy iheieof upon
Olno P. Negrettl. Attornev. Sln-ii
Congreae Building, Miami, Florida, on
or before August 1, 1o, or else com-
plaint will be taken as confessed.
Dated this L':.m! ii*\ .if .1 ire. I960.
E. B WEATHERMAN, Clerk,
'" r lit Court, Lade Oountv, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. I.TMAN.
1 puty
T/l-Mt-t]
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
-Mil. desiring to engage in
inder the fictitious rumi si
IPMENT KALER AND SERVICE
at n in-il-er mt s W vih Street In 'he
1- lot him tin, nd ras>
later Ihi aald name nli the Clerk
of the < lrci|U ijnuiL 01 .1 -.,* inty,
rlda.
Dated Miami, Florida, itii~ iwh
kNK H Mil..
.1 T U'i.< li
a \u. ICE N m,m:h
nil
'"? '.uilillng
Miami It, Ploriil.i
__________________________________ 17-T< 7 l-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.....I ned, daalrlna: t.i engage in
inder the fletltlom, name at
BEACH ri.r.MIUNi; id al II 8 ,ih
Mi.111.1 Beau li. Kl.. intends 10
register said name with the Clerk of
ein .n Court of i>ade County.
ANTHONY VENT" 1
H DINKLE A, KE8RLER
Attorneys ft.r Api>lieant
14 Keybold Building
Miami. Fla.
/17-?4. 7 I-l
ISADORE WEISS
, of 118"! 8. Blacajrne River dr.. died
lun :?. He came h. re 12 years ago
from New York. Surviving are his
wife. Ray tw.....na, Henry und Sey-
Mour; two daughters, Mrs. Certrude
1 .in .-nd Mrs. Ar)yn< Courtney; a
rtetei 1 D grandchildren, nnd two
aTeat-grani'rhlldren. Serylrea al grave-
side were Ju-'e 24 at Mt Sinai Ceme-
tery, with Gordon Fmcral Home in
charge of arrangements.
MRS. SARAH HOROWITZ
70. "f 1X9 NW lJth ave.. died June 1.
She came here five year* ago from
Blnghamton, NY. Sirviv'ng are her
husband, Mux; a son, William; five
laiujhtera. Mrs. Helen Ahramaky. Mrs.
Cella Coston, Mrs Ethel Neswald.
Mrs. Beverly Stein, and Mra. Gall
Barnes; and eight grandchildren. Serv-
ices were June 12 at Gordon funeral
Home.
MRS. DORA KALER
4. of 1140 th et.. died June 20. She
came here 34 years ago and was a
member of Beth David Congregation.
Surviving are two Mini, Tack and
Irving; two daughters, Mrs. sol Green-
berg and Mrs. Ira Randall; and 10
grandchildren. Services were June L'2
at Gordon Funeral Home.
ALBERT MARMER
-4, of ISIS Buchanan at., Hollywood,
a former Miami resident, died June
:. He lived In Miami lor 2j
Surviving are his w:fe. Marian; iwo
ROM, William -ind Ronald; a Sausl '
and his mother. Servkea were June
le Memorial Chanel, u
at.
NOTICE UNPFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'SIVFV thai
the undrrn't-iied devir|r~ j,, ,.n...aL.
business under the fictitious name of
1'HiNK Hi^aRTi H1.1.-,. i.m', .1 i 79th 81 Causeway. Miami Beach In-
tends to rig st.r -aid n- me with the
of n it Court of Hade
County, Florida.
JACK SHAPIRO. Bra*,
7/1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< '';:! IS HER] 1 1 GIVEN :hat
.'id. reigned. delrinc to engag)
business unrl.r the flctltloua name of
'INK CO.. at 4A3-4r. W Flairler
-1 M ami .n'.enda to retlsie
"ame with the Clerk rcu't
t of Dade County. Florida.
RONALD SYMONS Sole Owner
MARVIN I. WIENER
Attorney for Applicant
13 Ainsley Building
7/l--i:.-22
LEGAL NOTICE
MtS. FANNY DIAMOND
1 Collins ave died June
M
fialnicAA.
ROOFING CO.
Y
M Teort MlesM
dobilrry
e-roofiaj ft lefialri
Type Hoof. Sine* 1920
FOB FREE ESTIMATES
ON ROOFING
Phone Ft 3-6244
IN
THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. SO4385
HAZM, TERRELL,
itlff.
ANNIE .11'ANITA P. NEWT' >N,
int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANNIE Jl'ANlTA P, NEWTON
Addj ea anknotH it
Hi wn
TK'" ;-iat you are re.
ed to file your answer to a complaint
l .. ri f..
w th 'he clerk '' i'i.
fore the 1st day of Auguat, IM'l. and
aerve a copv '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 50.000
IN RE: Estate of
JACOB MEL.NIKER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of JACOB MELNiKER deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the'County
Judges of Dade Count-, and file 'he
aame in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, r'lorlda,
within eight calendar mi nths from the
date of the first publication heteof,
or the safe will be barred.
UYN .VKiAIKtK. Aa
Executrix of the L*-t Will and
Testament of JACOB MEI-NIKER
Atto>
107 i .1% np a. : i:lding
Mian: a*.
_________________________________________________________________________' *--::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOnci that
the under.i'f red, deslilng to engagi
i( ss- under the I ...
C AP 'I A I. HAI TORINO COMI KS1
mot ;, in-
' n i to n i ;-: i I nan .'h the
I >ade
County, Florida.
.. i ncvi .
Vl N \- KRAV1TZ
Atti rneys lor A
101
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 4MS2C
IN RE: Retste of
JAMES KHASSIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ail Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of \ou are bereb)
notified and required to present anj
ciamis and demands which you. 01
either Of you, may hfcve against the
estate of JAMES KRAKSIN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorabli County Judges of i
County, and ll> the same In I
offices In the County Courtl
Dade County. Florida, within
s from the date of !h.
first publication hereof?. Said claims
or demands to contain th- let-al ad-
ilmar.t and to be sworn
to ami i real Dted as aforesaid, or eaine
w:il be barred. See Section 7W.1I of
tl.e mr. Probati Ad
Dated June HKh, AD l!n.
18SIN, As fo
Hi T- tam< nt oi
JAMES KRAKSIN, !
v. i van A WEPM IN
tttornoyi foi EJiecutrlx
e Building
Miami, Florida
.'2J.:
IN THE ORCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SOC 5723
GI-ORJA BARBARA KHULI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ERMAL LEE SHI'LU
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ERMAI, LEE KHI'LL
Route 3
Freeport, Ohio
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorneys. VON ZAMFT
AND KRAVITZ. Kit Metropolitan
Bank Building, Miami 32, Florida, and
file the original Answer In the office
of tb.e Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the iind day of July. 1*6C.
if you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault w II be taken aa nst you for
the relief sought in the Bill of <"om-
plalnt,
I a ted at Miami, Dad, County, Flor-
ida, this I7tn Say of June. I MO
I LFATHFJRMAN.
I t Court
(aaa .. ftUEXANDBR

14, 7/1-g-lS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHKHV GIVEN that
.nderslgned, desiring to engage ia
business under the fictitious name of
WORK I'UcEMENT CO. at 217 N.B.
7<-ih Street, Miami, Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GAIL HERMAN (sole owner)
DAVID DRI CKER
A Horn., for Ajwlicant .
310 Blsne Building
Miami It, Florida
. S/17-24. 7/l">-|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
CAMPLJN ASSOCIATES at K.OO0 W.
Dixie Highway. North Miami. FJ. ri U
s to register said name wit*
r.e Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad*
county, Florida.
J. D. CAMPLJN
ci.vhk B PORTER, JR.
y f. r J D Camplln
S/17-24 7 1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nor E IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the under- selrittE to engage ia
r the fi.-tln ie of
- M8H1NB WHOUS8AUE FDOW-
100 RW ".7 Avenue. Miami.
Florida Intends to register said naiae
1 'I-* of the Circuit Court
Florida.
4 SHINE Fl.oVVERS. INC.
i Aahkenaa, President
SE I.EMLICH
Atte. Sunahlne rTowera, Inc.
/l7-:4. 7'i-l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No. 4MS1-B
IN BE: Estate of
BVA SEPI.ER.
Deceased
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To *.!! Credltois ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
th. .state of EVA SEPUER. deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices in ike
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within elgiit calendar montaa
i he date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
DANIFI, SEPLR
MACK SFI'l.ER,
A Earn uti rs of the Uaat Will and
Testament
CHEREN A GOLDEN
neya for Executors
! sliding
Mian da
" M T'l-H

"uV Miami,
Florida, attorney for the Plaintiff,
wise a default will be entered
against you.
i>a. ."th dav of June, 194)0.
J. F. McCRAKEN. Clerk
C "'II .1 R.
(seal) By: JAMES C HBNSON,
Deputy fc
7/1-8-15-22
NEED ROOFING? Specializing in Re-Roofing
BENTONE ROOFING COMPANY
"YOU'VE TRIED THE REST, NOW TRY THE BEST" "SINNV CURIUA"
15 S.W. 113th Court Phons CA 1-6136
Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service
"miuii miAmi's riasr
In xc/o*Jv laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes
11111 N.W. 19th AVINUI PHONE Ft f-55*3
NfT'Cf BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. eOC (096
ANNA EIN.
Pla.
ABE i IN.
Def-nili.rit.
UIT FOR D'VORCE
iTO AUK ; IN
You, Al N, are hereby
ed U't : for
>ce haa been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a
our Answer or Pleading to the Bill
I of Complaint on the rdaPeT'Ts -
nay ITZ AND HELPER, 70
First Street. Miami Bea li. r lorloa.
and fl'c the original Answei or Plead-
ing In th< office of the Clerk of lb
fire nn or before the L'ith
da., .'f J :> 1J60. If you fall to do
fiidt- defa-.ilt Will be taken
avainM y, u fi>r the
..... at Miami.
SBth d.y of June
la, t
IMC
(seal) By
& m:i,
irida
[Attorneys for Plaint.ff
7/1-t,
IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'iT OF
FLCR'DA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV,
Ne. 60C S70S
I If,
H.
I mt.
NOT CE BY PL'BL'CATiON
HER K H1R.CH
i nue
~TR K HIRSCH, are
hereby n< titled that a Bill of I
rce has > -
agaln-t you. and >
' pla nl i I
LBONKHV H
Rl'l an Bank Hull
Mi.- ml IX, ^ loi Ida, and
Inal Answer or Plea ings in lie
of the Clerk of ihe
before the .2nd day of July. !S() If
>ou fail to do so, Judgment by delault
will be taken against you for ihe re-
lief demanded In th.
D' : Miami,
da. this 16th da) i
HERMAN,
i Of the "OUrt
I>ade County Court House
M-ami, Florida
(aaal) By: C Lv ALEXANDER.
Denuty flerk

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. .N PROBATE,
No. 429*4 B
IN i. late of
I l.lf HTKNM I'TTER.
aeed
NOTICE OF MENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE hereby given that we
Filial Report snd Peti-
tion I n and Fm.il Dis-
charge a- tOTi "f the i state of
:.W A IJCHTENRTETTEat, de-
nd that on the 7th day of
ply to the Honorable
of I>ade Col i>
Ida. f al of said l-'ina' R.
on and I inal dls-
rbarv ea-
. -named decedent.
: Jum l
N 1.1CMTENSTETTBR
M KERM A N"
HE1MAN 4 KAPI^AN
y^
r\ Fifty Huilding
Miami, Florida
6/10-17-24. 7/1
NOTICE UNDER
F'CT.TiOUS NAME LAW
N th tt
- to tnf.ii
: i"Us na
.
register said name with ih.
i f 1 lade
d.
MS
Miami
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4CS43-C
IN RE: Eslate of
EULA O MAOUIRE.
T>erand.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Al) Persons Hav-
ing Claims or liemands Against SaJd
Estate
eby notified and re-
quired to ptesent any claims and de-
mands wVii"h you may have agatant
the ELLA C MAGJJ1WL
deceaaed late of i'ade I iior-
fda. to f nlgea of l>ade
: Me same in their
house In
Fl .rtda, within eight
m Ihe dsii cl th~
he same
'AMES MAiMMPE. JR..
Adrn
ATinexo
Attorney
dg.
Miami 32, Fla.
/10-17->4. T/I


Poce 12-B
+JeisifkrkUar
Friday. July 1. I960
Price* effcti
Tu* throw9h Fri.
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF
THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER. DIRECTOR
Ci'irr.TT
;s*rs
WE SELL
U.S. CHOKE
end U.S. PRIME
MEATS ONLY
Food Fair Kosher Markets will be
OPEN MONDAY, July 4th
The
FAMOUS
BONELESS-TRIMMED
POT ROAST
ARBOR
<*kken>
*CRts
from the finest quality
KOSHER BEEF u>.
69<
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53
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C
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Out Own
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lOHGutS
BEEF FLANKEN 49c
OUR OWN KOSHER MADE PICKLED
UUK VWIN RUiMtK MADE PICKLED V
CORNED BEEF .69c
.49t
TENDER, BABY
STEER LIVER
FRESH KOSHER MADE
tb.
GROUND BEEF 198c
Open Mm. 'tg 4 P.M., Tues. & Wed. 8 to 6 Tlmrs. 8 to 9 ... Fri 8 to 3 _
NOW FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS TO SERVE YOU EVEN IETTeT
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER 19th ST. AT ALTON ROAD I 3091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY
NO. MIAMI BEACH | MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
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iday. July 1. 1960 Jewisti fkridlicnn Page 9-A 1 'allies Urged to Hit U.S. 'Sanction' Continued from Page 1 A American passports carried by iws. and in sanctioning expulsion Jews from employment by lertcan firms Th the" flfiddie 1st. In %  resolution adopted here, NCR AC condemned these ractices, and called en all aoenlies or government "to refuse yield to the religious or racial rejudice of foreign countries in hiring or placement of Amorten personnel." The resolution itded the New York courts for lir ruling in the ARAMCO case. In another resolution, the session |U-d "with shame and dismay that United States Government has Emitted to the Arab boycott of |ps touching at Israel ports." It ged President Eisenhower to act Jer the recent Congressional i-ndmcnt to the Mutual Security authorizing him to deny ecoiic aid to states practicing econc warfare against others and "suport the rights of Amerishippers to trade freely in aO Ntal ports, and in particular to the right of American shipto deal with their own Govnent in respect to transport* of American military supplies surplus commodities without ference by Arab governresolution called on both poparties and their candidates kommit themselves to seek an [to the Arab boycott, and urged rican firms to resist it "by evlegal means." The session took izance of activities by Arab jlar and diplomatic officials open abuse of their diplomatic Is" in spreading "anti-Jewish prds and distortions" in every of the country It said this (rial was reflected by private inizations such as the American ids of the Middle East, pledgfight against this activity, and the Government to ensure Arab officials were not "sowlie seeds of hatred" in contra r on of their legitimate funcstrong bid to the American Mi Committee and the B'noi to return to membership NCRAC was voiced at the lucking session of the conferby Lewis H. Weinstein, Bosfattorney, who was elected rmm, succeeding Judge DaUllman, of Philadelphia. instein said the absence of two organizations had "been deplored for years." We constantly sion to gather information on antikept the door open for their re Semitism and other hate activities, turn," he declared. "We must now In still another resolution the intensify and redouble our efforts NCRAC plenum stressed that there to this end." imust be no religious test of public The new president told the ses office, and opposed appeals to resion that "the over-riding interests ligious. ethnic or racial prejudices, of the whole Jewish community de The organization pledged itself to mand that all who share in the re wor k for the creation of fair elecsponsibility for Jewish community tion practices groups throughout relations should be represented at the nation. It reaffirmed the printhe common table, at which pol ciples of separation of Church and icies are formulated and programs state, with special reference to replanned." He pledged that "the | ligious practices and observances I issues of equality and justice and m the public schools. |freedom, that press upon us, we The conference hit the failure of shall continue to deal with in ac both parties to carry out pledges | icord with our commitments to Jew made over the past eight years for jish values and the American idea." substantial revision of immigration Louis Fcinmark. of New Haven. |i aw8 i t noted that, while President Julian Freeman, of Indianapolis. Eisenhower has proposed revisions, Marcus Ginsburg, of Ft. Worth., he submitted them too late and, Aaron Goldman, of Washington, failed to exert executive leadership and Judge Isaac Pacht, of Los An^hat might have brought about geles, were elected vice chairmen. | their enactment. Echel T. Feinstein, of St. Louis, was chosen secretary; and Joseph Yaffe, of Philadelphia, treasurer. Paul G. Annes, co-chairman of the governing council of the American Jewish Congress, took issue with some delegates who recommended additional legal weapons to combat what they described as a rise in anti-Semitism. Anna s strongly critic hod those propo s als, and took the position j that "the safety and security of | the Jewish community rests up1 on the preservation of the Bill of I Rights." He said that, in the long run, the security of American Jews is more likely to bo endan' gered by impoirmonts and evasions of the Bill of Rights than by • Mowing "the Rockwells to rant I and rave." Ho was referring to George Lincoln RecKwetl, Arlington, V., who has been denied a permit in New York City for a Fourth of July rally under the banner of the American Nazi Party. This resolution called on both parties to renew and fulfill their pledges by enactment in the 87th Congress of legislation to replace the discriminatory national origins quota system with an equitable, non-discriminatory formula; eliminate the deportation provision of the law, except for fraudulent entry; correct distinctions favoring native-born over naturalized citizens; and establish fairappeals procedures in immigration and nationality questions. A series of resolutions covered a wide range of civil rights questions, .which had been extensively discussed during the four-day sessions. One resolution endorsed and applauded "sit-in" moves, seeking by non-violent means to obtain equality of treatment by retail stores and the justice of the demands of the I other establishments, and affirmed "sit-in" movements. Other resolu! tions called on both parties to enact 'legislation to strengthen the executive branch so as to eliminate disDealing with anti-Semitic manicriminatory practices, and asked festations in the United States, the President Eisenhower to use his session noted that the recent swasauthority and moral prestige to this tika plague was the "result of a effect. wave of contagious imitation by j youths, many in their early teens, | f a \\ Registration Scheduled seeking outlets fpr their generalized aggressive attitudes toward Spring registration has already society," but warned it would be resulted in the fenrollment or one "unwise to look upon these incii hundred and fifty children for the dents as merely isolated expres-1 falll in the early childhood develsions of comparatively unimporopment program of the Greater tant and passing significance." Miami Jewish Community Center. Another resolution called on the \ The fall term will begin on Sept. schools and textbooks publishers to 6. at each of the four Center Bran make youth aware of Nazi crimes ches. Registration will continue land the dangers of prejudice. It daily during June for this program I urged immediate action to estab' it was announuced by Mrs. Ethel ilish a permanent Federal commisGrossman, supervisor. idents' Poor 'Practical Joke' Backfires Continued from Page 1 A lied his job if he had been given more time," the jnt editorial added that "unfortunately for huity, the uncleans seduced the capitalists of the crn hemisphere, and they, although intellectualferior, were rich enough to defeat the master Until the "great day," when "we will resume our position as masters of the world," the editorial added, "all intellectuals can aid their party by contributing to the campaign to free our great hero of World War II from the clutches of the non-Aryans." 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Page 10-A %  Jen 1st flcrxfian FrlrJoy. July 1. i960 *hk Bonn Eyes Argentine Talk r ^ On Easy-Living Ex-Nazis At the 18th annual dinner meeting ot Temple Beth Sholom awards are presented to Meysr Friedman, Howard H. Miller and Irving B. Kaplan for service in connection with completing the new Temple kitchen. Rabbi Leon Kronish presents the awards as Maury S. Olinick. chairman of the awards committee, looks on. Rockwell Considering legal' Battle Contused from Page IA Thur-day ai'p'<-ked tlM qiii itiOB, first by Israel Foreign Minister Golds Heir, then force fully, by Arkady A Sobolev, bead %  .I the Soviet Unton'i detefatkw. On behalf of the I'mted States government. Ambassdor Henry Cabot Lodge had told the Council that Washington would C O B lM w ll raal'l apology, .iln-ady voiced in the Council by Mrs, Meir, as "'MM quate." Adoption of the resolution itself, "taken together" with Mrs. Mnr's apology lor Israel's violation of Argentine sovereignty in the abduction of Eichmann, should close part) lefl vhifthoJ AirsaC, Amier.| dam. Si: ,| a I Israel, according to a Ji -h !<:! %  graphicAgency dispatch from The) I l.i ue. Mr. Ben Gurion rtad • \tra day at the Dutch capital "(or private reasons." There weral reports, however, that h> stay m tinNetherlands had been proionfl id in the expectation that Mil' Frondi/i might invite him to meeting at Brussels.) Dr. Amadeo had told t'e Coin' A at one point in the debate on aafl .HI' i Israel resolution tha* hi" gal ernment demanded not only the m\ nun of Eichmann. but alva the pua ishment of those who captured thf Nazi without permission from (bob Argentine government. Howevta^F !" the Buenos Aires representative did not repeat this interpretatioa when challenged tor ad .n "adequate reparation." the case, said Mr. Lodge. Sunday's Brussels statement by Bank PosfS Dividend Frondizi left doubts as to what furBy JACOB CHERNOFSKY JTA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK—iJTAi—The struggle over a permit for an American Nazi party July 4 rally in New York's Union Square moved into the o-urts this week after Nazi George Lincoln Rockwell's bid was rebuffed b] Mayor Wagner Rockwell, who was roughed up in a riotous -ceuv in the rotunda of the New York County Supreme Court I Idirg where he appeared on a hearing on an application for a permanent injunction against the permit, was placed on a plane for Washington by police. He was scheduled to return to New York to start court proceedings to set aside Mayor Wagner's refusal. In that effort, Rockwell was assured of legal help by the New York Civil Liberties Union, which said it despised Rockwell's goals but insisted on his constitutional rights. The hearing before Justice Vm cent Lupiano was on a bid for a permanent injunction sought by Estate Sen. Frank Pino and AaseotLA man [rwin Brownstein acting M taxpayers Mayor Wagner announced at City Hall that Rockwell would not get a permit to speak in New York City "on July 4 or at any other Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUALITY COHTBACTING I SCRVKt 3905 R.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3-2686 time." He -aid that an attempt by the Nazi to speak in New York City ua^ an invitation to riot and disorder from a half penny Hitler. The invitation is declined The announcement ended severa 1 days of tension which developed when Parks Commissioner New bold Morris indicated he felt the permit should be issued on const it itional grounds. A roar of protest developed from scores of organiza tions. Jewish and non-Jewish, including threats from veterans groups that they would picket an\ such rally. Attendants at the New York Supreme Court building had o call in police to save Rockwell from being manhandled by a crowd of 140 who jostled around the Naii screaming, "Kill him," when they recognized him. A similar scene developed when Rockwell was taken outside to be put in a cab for the trip to he airport. He was not hurt in either encounter. Rockwell told the court that his part) had only 30 members, but d that more were joining • TV rn.nute." Sen Pino and Assemblyman Brownstein moved prompt I v after the mayor s announcement to in ititute proceedings to ban all activities of Rockwell and his group u New York State They tiled an ap peal for a permanent injunction to restrain the Nazi group grom using the name "American Sazi P?rt>," or the swastika emblem or from any activities in the state. The Jewish Labor Committee meanwhile disclosed it had challenged the Federal Department of Justice on its stand that the Sub versive Activities Control Act applied only to Communist groups and that the Department therefore could not act against Rockwell and his group. The JLC cited correspondence with J. Walter Yeaqley, Assistant U.S. Attorney General, who said the government could not I take action to hah the activities of Rockwell and his "storm-troopers" "unless there is evidence to establish a violation of a Federal statute." He also declared that the subversive control act applies only to "Communist organizations which come within the definition" of that law. Adolf Held. JLC chairman, replied that the act "gives latitude and procedures against aajr organization found to he subversive." Held cited a long list of ultra-right wing organizations, such as the so-called American Christian Nationalist Party," which had been designated as subversive. ther steps, if any, were contemplated by the Argentine govern ment. There was certainty that the previously scheduled meeting in Europe, between Mr. Frondizi and Israel's Prime Minister David BenGurion. would not be held. (Mr. Ben-Gurion and his official Frederick J. 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Friday. July 1. I960 -Jewish fkrktian liTTDl TO TW EDITOR Page S-A Attack on Columnist Sickens Reader EDITOR, The Jewish Floridien: Of course, it made me heartsick to har of, the anti-Semitic attacks for whom Jw are also abominable. If it is your belief that Israel was of the jeopardy in which the mere assertion puts the integrity of the citizenship status of all Jews who being made on Leo Mindlin for his wrong, it is your runt as a free "^ £' ,,zens of countries other than forthright stand in the Eichmann American to say so. But it the State of Israel The fundament* a,e responsibility But it makes me even sicker to cven ,em P'-"" i'th an Zion st orientation of the State! not to parrot the to say so with ,n of Fsrar| re .„ T6mg a „ Jew< lQ £ listen lo many of the callers on the '"y Propaganda of the AmerC"" be dlsm s ed Z ml" H Alan C* nrtney program, and to ,can Councit for Judaism, the Arab "f f „, ism,!,se h d as mere lde their display of appalling lack of '"formation Center, and ant.-Se-' S "S"'? 8 **' he D n i! ?. PT0{ r knowledge of the details and hate-mongers in such a way ttSj^ \ZZZSJ??, ^T i the development o'f alS -JJ 'ead to the bombing of £ff,1,^338 itS&SSL The bombing of Samuel Mindlin's ffielUl'TflrS '" £f. most tiuential and responsible sectors of the American pros. HERBERT E. Miami Beech STEINER Scmitism in history. hiJ.il ThJn ,hermelv ,f s a not '" house S ,h h r de J rlhemasS Ml a, !" !" of June 17 S?i^JJ2.i^ e # ?•. S em,n :proof of 1,s shap P foresight, which ing information for these past np always demonstrates Zln^nHh' th a JET nCVer ; Great Miaml Jpwr y owe M.nd1X1 .,? ?u m 'n utest b,t of time in a debt of gratitude, and many r h ,h r T p u rt l nt mat of us are savi "s n, things about Brood Named to Body fi^'S r an f nd f" the ,,mc ihim. But 1 have yet to hear anyone M „ in the world for gangster portray say out loud: .. Let S pubIic | v con Morns Broad, executive vice als. fictional westerns, giveaway o ratu i ate his man who has SPrvcd president of American Barings and Loan Assn.. has recently been ap pointed a member of the disaster < preparedness committee of the micro '' l 'o and store permanent rec program,, nauseating commercials, this communitv so fearlessly for so and so on. ad mfinitum. it is nat-| m an y years' ural to ixpect only that which Alan! Courtney so professionally and dil-j igcnlly .vcoops up. HY KLEIN Miami EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Greater Miami Jewry owes Leo Mindlin a debt of gratitude. Last week, hf went forth into battle in their behalf — and all by himself. Mindlin doe* this every week, m my opiiiion, but his column of June 17 rales lops. Too many people continue to ; confuse the issue. Mindlin made it clear before TV and the local press got it murky. He believes Israel is right in the Eichmann case. Courtney doesnt. But that's not the question. year Why are we afraid to go on the record in. the name of decency'' Why does the Jewish community fail him — and therefore all of us? Lincoln Rockwell is not afraid to speak out. I notice that t.he American Civil Liberties Union jumps to his support every time he promises to gas the Jews. Why do they — so many of them Jewish — show courage in a Rockwell's behalf, but remain silent in behalf of a spokesman for decency, democracy, and Jewish pride? MORTON CORDON Miami Annual character awards in memory of Sidney Appel. son of Benjamin Appel and the late Ida Appel, are presented at clos' ing day exercises at the Hebrew Academy to Marlsne Williams and Nancy Saltz (center) by Jerome Cohen (right), nephew of Benjamin Appel. who looks on (right). Ths SidneyAppel Memorial Fund was established 14 years ago by the> : Goodman. Gerstein. and Maberlott families, and makes award presentations annually to the outstanding student in character' and citizenship in the Academy's eighth grade. The edition is hew you say this without pandering to the almost obscene anti Semitic inch nations cf ignorant poop It — people for whom the very existence •f Israci is an abomination and LONG OISTANCE MOVING fo off poiftf s in fhe country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE LIMX I.\C. 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue HI 5-44f MIAMI AUGUST BROS I*,-/ I II,. IM S I EDITOR, Th* Jewish Floridien: It is now clearly established that a principal motivation in the Israeli apprehension of Eichmann and the Insistence upon trying him In Israel is Israel's conception of itself as the representative of all Jews. In his June 10 letter to President Frondizi, of the Argentine, the Prime Minister of Israel said Eichmann must "stand trial before the Jewish people" and such "a trial can take place only in Israel." In cannot be emphasized too strongly that Eichmann must be tried for his horrendous crimes. No respectable institution or person can possibly think otherwise. It is the means for exacting jutice which are ul issue; and particularly the dangerous motivation, admitted by Israel officials, of the State of Israel to attempt to establish this improper claim to speak for, and repre s e n t, citizen* of ether cou ntries on the sole ground of their identification as Jews. 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Pag 12-A +Jewlsi>ncr3cl*5n Friday.-My \.\{ Construction began this week of the second section of Temple Ner Tamid. which will house the main sanctuary. Dr. Ben Fabric, president of the congregation, said that when completed the structure will include a 1.000-seat synagogue and a 200-seat chapel in addition to 11 classrooms, social hall, kitchen, library, and offices of the present building. The new edifice will feature an aluminum tower designed in the form of an eternal light, portraying the Temple's name. A walled outdoor recreational area and a dance pavilion will also be part of the new structure. Temple Ner Tamid i3 located at 80th st. and Carlyle awe. J. Ogden and Associates are the architects. Giller and Fryd are general contractors. Louis Cohen is chairman of the building committee. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz is spiritual leader of the congregation. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier lor Synagogues, Hebrew ft Sunday Schools. 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Mrs. David Meltzer. Fred Ochs, • Jack Persofi. Joseph Roth. Mrs. Robert Schweitzer. Sam Schul-, wolf. Harry S. S<*wartz. Mrs. Sam \ Silvrrman. Mrs. B. SokOloff, Jack i Stone. Mrs. Abraham Topol. Mrs. Kay Weintraub. Cantor Conviser Named Director Cantor David Conviser. of Tcm pic Beth Shotom. of Miami Beach was i—> hern aptoinred music-** r ector of the National Federation !of Temple Yoqth Institute in Indianpolis. The Cantor is also on the faculty of the NFTV Music Dance land Art Festival in Great BarringIon. Mass. He will spend the month of July alternating his duties between the two camps. Cantor Conviser it a graduate of the Ji/llierd School of Music, 1 with a major in choral conducting, and received an MA dogroo at Hebrew Union Collega of Si cred Mutic. He has served as a faculty member of the Hebrew Union College, director of the Hebrow Art Quartette, choral conductor for five seasons at the BerksHre School of Music in Tanglewcod, and participated in the 1952 Choir Festival and tho 19SI Music Seminar in Israel He is also a charter member of the Robert Shaw Chorale, having toured the country with them several time. He has served as choral director for the RCA Victor Thesaurus of Jewish Holidays and the National Federation of Temple youth Cantor Conviser has been active with the Bach Aria Group for five yean To Live in Heart* W LMVJ Behind It to Live Forney* J PALMER'S MEMOftU "ftti'ami'j Only ] /•wish Moaameat Boile-err" Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY. JIXY 3rd Atf. Nefce Cemetery DAVID MTITZ, 11 a.at. Rabin Abraham Wax nun AMCIIA NMNHHSON, 1 ML Rabbi Samuel April UONAtD M'UH, 2 a.m. Kjbbi lutac H. Ever lufsoAt. mr s mt. Siaoi Maeavriof Perk Ceaaefery ISAAC PAtTNOT. 10 a.at. 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Page 4-A *>Jewish fkrkHan Friday. July 1. I960 Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOdntt". E ditorTnd^ Publisher LEO M1NDLIN Executive Editor w~~ ISRAEL Bl'RFAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel aUY V BINDER Correspondent Florlea, unr th* Aoi of ntarea v S.rs.ci. Mt.c-.ll Ed.lcr.al A..n !" c **, A.Mi. ets to Israel — winch suggests the po s si bili ty that such a sale mcy indeed have been consummated il on perhaps a iess grandiose scale. In addition Argentine President Arturo Frcr.dixi was cue to crr-.Te in Pans or. the heels >en-Gunoa s departing stecrr. There can be Mi doubt that the Eichmar.n a2au wes on both agendas The de Gculie-Ben-Guricr. talks were held ir. IM atmosphere at mare ramas then speculate :\ AM*. France had o3erec Banal cs rr.edx> toi tor a race-saving extra a; tier, m the IsraeiArgentme traces. Destined to Feel the Heat Perhaps less tad than faction the rumors MMriaWlM reflect adecuciely the method the ( r^tec NwSOBa employed lest week to dispose -".e FVondit; Government's core pic .r.: acamnt Israel; v>okrtion oi her soveresc %  Secunry Ot ~F?*d Israel on the wrist toe spiriting, Adol EkkfBOBB cut Buenos ** without Sanaa aBcfcal perm issuer.. The Council then winked and :umec the other In desnandtng adeguate reparation tor the .nsuh the Argentine Govemmer.t by Tuesday sail tailed ic define what was meiant -jgh en apology trora Israel deemed sufficient by Henry Cabot Lodg* end the US deJe>OA to the UN was summerjv rewsred when H Mono Amodeo chairmen or the Argertme representation declared it tc be no* —** *n tf h Despite the UN action, would flujaaliRH stl eerocmd the actual return oi Eichmona rather than a tace^rrinc extradition to tbe Argentine embassy .r. Israel as -die French ariamcL'y suggested" Whatever die ultimate outcome ad the inSaracnood debate and the Securer Ceaae2s cxtuai if not ,v -^-"* — n< t mpn sTeni a hi lauaJs capture oi Eichmann — and the oakxane swans by now ossurwd mcrecaanc dhscoBntort oaaM be tsh throughout tbe tree world om the anpendatg aim of me farmer Nazi cxmunal For mazy ere &* powers — inchadaic the green desnocrociea — which, bv then rarasal to occey* large segments at Gannon Jewrv s rategee population, contributed to Fjchmenn s r.)n'sohitian' oi the Jewish praslam. Tie ri JSI,S yiond ..n d.>. % % % %  ,u.r.n~ it,. K>n.us ^. re t0 ^^ the record, although it sorely needs correcting. My '" V*h.^".*,..., .. >A m %  ^.w ^.opinions, pointedly and I believe unmistakably expressed in a SUSSCKl^TIO* 0 VMrBOO R A T C S : ThrH Vtn $10 00 Volume 33 Friday. July 1. I960 6 Tamuz 5720 t fROCUPIlBCRtY "WRDUQMOUT AIL wfJ^MO.UUXML THE Xmmcf torts behind this sad turn ol history are among the many revelations Eichmann may be expected to make — not to ment-.cn what he will have to say about coUaboration during World War 11 and the rising tide oi neo-Narism today. Argentina is net the only country destined to teel the heat The Rockwell Scourge The conflicting statements issued by the Marine Corps end the Justice Department '.see story Page 1 A indicate the existence ol a high level oi lnaensitmty to the true purpose oi the Americcn Nor: Party. The Carps says the; c Marine is within his nghts to be a member of the party because the Justice Department hes advised that Lincoln Rockwell's hate movement does no! eppear on the Attorney General's Lst oi subversive arganThe Justice Department ccunters w; the comment that a has not been c-iened by the Corps: nor bes :: issued cny such ofhcial observatxa. 1" would be brutal but truthful to conclude that someone is Ibbmc. The shock we Jeel hi tne government's al%  M rfthnrc: I Ml IMkwf qM&Mh MEta to he activities oi the Americcn Ncri Party on die very doorstep of Ccz :.HJJ BMeU not immobUai us. A contnmng and mcssive assault through the democratic processes available to the^aaas ol is ncnon must be wcoed to oaa&oy the Rockwell scourge. It .s beyond cenceptton to believe that the American people have so quickly raroattan the n*cmng oi the brownahirt end the sveosoko— symbols oi o toadacrionism ogonst which so many at us taught and disc during World Edelsberg. director oi the Wash1 the Ant>I>ataDarooo Lsogue. hit kry when he declaredt TMi centunas-old AngioScxon concepts of cisordechr concur: end breach oi peace stll nave any meaning the Ncsi ralbss an ootnaht % Jolahons ct law." —^ai —J J wal K w York S*** sd ogmnst %  w*w*L on Tueeocy. when I issued an order -a^-TTIL ^3* ** naUjB '• 9oearaBkaol aa r* tar renmc m MMpMM In rcbdiTv d Fdeisbarg's hxrth. obsereofcoa that '^TS swuttonal protsctwii of free speech was not designed to cover the fand oi rik anb%  d %  % %  h whtah Rockwsfl rolumTTiine 17 'stand'unalterably as a personal testament of faith! What others have since said or written in amplification of thei* riewi Number 27 jc bevond my purview to edit or amend. Ours is >"f*>y • toe pres, and pre*umablv. it does not matter jf I was quoted without bein[ askod-or. what is worse, misquoted. The privilege to publish as one — p leases is inalienable. The June 17 column, then, is the single account of what in fact took place There are. obviously, no authorired versions. Nor can humorless masquerades of the series of occurrences surrounding itfrom threats to bombinu—do more than obscure tbe fundamental issue involved. One newspaper tried to do this, and merely betrayed its own weakest motives. The problem here is not really to berate the reporting of the event To a greater or lesser degree, all of us fail short of tbe noblest ideals to*-r has reserved for me. Coming from him, they are indeed paeans ot praise, presumably professional encomiums that thankfully set us apart one from the other. For this sharply-etched distinction of his own making. 1 must at the very least congratulate him. The issue lies elsewhere. It is as I said in the now controversial June 17 column: ". where they incite to riot Mr. Courtne>'s beliefs may no longer claim impunity in the name of free speech, and become the concern of an outraged community that must charge him with violation of his public trust." rac M*wiiiirTr of m SHKM I N AN EDITORIAL on Monda>. June 20, over televeisa elation WTVJ, Ralph Renick. vice president in charge of news, put It with laudable conviction: •'Freedom of speech in America is the.soul sad conscience of the community. But the rights contained in tbe First Amendment to say what you please are not absolute Continued Beoick: "Nor does it protect a man who would use the power of words to malign, distort, or fabneate with tbe purpose or effect of creating violence disorder or injury." In sum. no one here criticixes the opinions of the WQAJI commentator. But it is the manner in which he has expressed tbesa which becomes of fundamental concern. To argue the legal merits of the Lichmann case, as he has since insisted upon doing, is hardly germane. To trace the less than subtle change in tbe radio newsman's vie* of the case since my June 17 column, and what Rentes in bis editorial three da>s later called "the seeds sown by Courtney's intemperance," would totally miss the point. Just what is the point* It is the re s pon si bility of mass communications media to the community they serve. No amount of hysterical name-caJling. epithet or insult can change this. We are each of us entitled to our personal beliefs and to oar fair eaarmies of them—in whatever field these beliefs may lie. But we are not entitled to them if they arouse tbe passions of our neighbors for the purpose oi eliciting ill intent. A pertinent example in this regard is Mayor Robert F. Wagner, who last week der.ed American Nazi Party Fuehrer Lincoln Rockwell a perm:: la hold a rally in New York's Union Square oa July 4; the < \< mse of -free speech there would clearly lead te violence. -:• -:• -:Tiff TMKAT COatfS MOMl TO MOST % HE RESPONSIBILITY OF a newsman is much mare awesome to employ eaaiatiaa in the practice of hit cherished right to freedom of 'peech precisely because he has at his disposal the instrumentality of a mass communications medium. As a result of say June 17 column and Ker.uk s editorial support on June 20—itself a salient example ot nca r sponsibuity and of concern for tbe welfare of tbe wide audience Raakh sarvei—both of us have been maligned and reviled. But. on Jure 21. an innocent Miami man's house was mistakenly blasted—an even that gave ominous meaning to my ssr di here to weeks Sga hether he would condone it or net ... he WQAM comment*u 1,fc lh ^plosion ot a crackpot's revenge incited by irresponsible bn>accis: :r ,j; s^-her can continuing fit — *re" legausms concerning the E cr.mann case successiullv baleen* this swhspp> inheritance of Coartney's unbridled ofauon—or. wdeed. the baa* issse. As t w i.rm*n of a workshop session s po ns ored by the Greater Miami chap:rr of the American Jewish Committee aaaae two year* ago. whose theme u preciselv this question I suggested that mass com* mururations media must not consider their 111paai hslilj to the community ended oace they ha\r reported the sews. They mast also act as teacher b> err.phasiEng the constructive and < %  —j-*h wtth com-' mensurate treatment the divisive and sacsaVy rat mmjmt urn or laanaarrr" *" % HMS IS AN ineffable loneliness yea reel in the ^iH"***** TWto toasrt.m.treaaa tS-T***" 1 **"" ***' %  0,, %  **• npht j 7 ^^ u ll AT m **• tvaiuatioa that physics] harm has been ia *1 yea Tber k fear palpah*eUd^ ,k aedatj sear the safety of xxmr famu> muvJwiSllI ?* *** """• *•* cosasnansuoa bv *^ mgeTt "* cerdsahgy. Aad se the 2^caaess eaveVsjTyea i.w HiZ? **** dM u n ^ SKT* irsf oanlw*v aawJkaat more rmmediate m vsloe than any other thiaa vwaheve wraawTaaewe' Aaa JJ^swa u as aaeftabar as the laaehaesT It a lass arafaasd le mtmZ?~JvL l 2ZI? t ? % '**•* *" wl i n al; M has attractel 7 i iae general ceaunaalty hrranat at Ml vsnkaat caarscter And your swa people, m wheae aaaae yea have erisd eat agauat defamauea of us all What of tawmTwaw*Ti-LJt-*wred hj <*ssi*ely tnrar aseasere of aaes waTta^aevwrdaMawT they spek teMateawaa I UM rs — fear tM • ana aeea t o c tea tear — • '"• Oy ffaaihaw, yea are sadoenfy yea see at men's eyas and bear •rdsaaty. was waaMnaher aveat



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iday. July 1. 1960 *Jenl*fincrkt£ar) Page 5-B You Can Help Reunite These Families Werner-K;ihn *$. 04MU (AMIS >f M Students Vows Here wedding of Misi Lillian Beck lie] Kainis was held Sunday, at the Eden Roc hotel. bride wore a white lace in traditional style with a tip veil. The ring used in ^remony was the same used bride's mother at her wedSh*was attended by her |Mi." Sylvia Cohen, as maid |orMrs. Renee Gordon, sisthe groom, was matron of [bride is the diughter of Mr. Irs. Harold Beck. 100 SW %  re She is a graduate of Mi%  School and majors in ducation at the University i. She is a member of Sigpha Iota. [gixom is the son of Mr. h. Maurice Kamis. 7720 SW Also a graduate of Miami fH i g h School, he recently eri with honors from the ||{y of Miami with a BS mathematics He was ioned a second lieutenant [United States Army Ordiorps. jr. om was a member of and Blade military honriety: president of Persh>s military honorary sociEta Sigma, scholastic Pi Mu Epsilon, honorfhematics society; Student >*rd of governors; and the rs Assn. a honeymoon in Jamaica |iti. the couple will live in irhile Mr. KamLs completes ft. for a Master's degree. fin, Dumas lange Vows Carriage of Miss Lyn Su^r-nas and David Jerome pat solemnized on June 19 ppue Emanu-EI in CharlesRabbis Alan Tarshish Millgram officiated, ussin is the daughter of I Mrs. Abe Dumas, of Mr. Russin is the son Mrs. Lester A. Russin, 3ton rd., Miami Beach, ng a honeymoon in Jab* • %  oung couple will spend icr in Miami Beach. After and Mrs. Russin will Eir home in New Orleans, pre he will continue his Fat the Tulane school of Program launched Lebowitz, Miami Beach and Ivan Cohen, marri^sultant, have launched a broadcasts over station tied "A Word to the National Council of Jewish Women is seeking the whereabouts of the following person*. You can help j reestablish contact between longlost relatives by turning over in formation to t h e Greater Miami Section of National Council of Jewish Women at 135 NW 3rd ave., FR 3^256: SCHECHMASTER. Rachel (Ruch el) born in Odessa, Russia, daughter of Ilzhak and Gitel. She is married (name unknown) an ^ They'll celebrate with friends... make them welcome to many pi e ma n ways. Of course, their drink is the same as yours. Pepsi. It refreshes without filling. You're one of The Sociable*. This holiday week end, keep plenty of Pepsi on hand. Pick up some extra cartons today. BOTTLED BY THE PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Of MIAMI, INC. U4*r Af M i.W. m Ina f *~CU C*m|My, N.w Varfe, N. T. Be Sociable, Have a Pepsi Refresh without filling ~



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lay, July 1. I960 +Jels*tk)rkik*w) Page 13-A iligious School Registration Ahead s e r v i c e a U n 10 LV e e At e n a predicted in 1959, registration he Jewish schools his again td ahead, after a slight decline fee school year 1996-59. The I increase is 1,462 students over of 1959. If the three, Broward Iy Jewistf Schools were not infd. as in 1959, the increa.se •.till be 875 students. e.se are the statistical tabula[ reached on religious school afhere by Louis Schwartzman, hhve director of the Bureau of Eh Education. figures below show the efof the surprising growth of ay departments in several Recongregations in Hollywood, and North Miami. The onei-week departments of all Jcwkchools have increased their [registration from 4.021 in 1959 1.215 in 1960, an increase of %  students. 1959 trend toward greater ise in the afternoon depart its has thus been temporarily kerf, and the 1959 trend show omand ef Jewish parents for intensive Jewish education wen n iad ffl ad. There is no that this educational picrill atom change during the V years w h om mere organief aftornawri departments [necessarily taste place, acpng to Scbwartzman. healthful trend of the past in increase of girls in the ation at our schools con tinh in the afternoon and onesek departments. The inover 1959 consists of 139 girls registered in the afterdepartments and 913 more n the one-day-a-week depart. If the national policy of edil departments of all Jewlogical groupings is implein our area, this registramore girls in the one-day adepartments will affect the growth of registration in the departments with einphatbe study of Hebrew,' the u director predicted. national survey of Jewish tion released last year for the '58 showed a national distriof enrollment of 45 percent e-day-a-week schools; 47 pern weekday afternoon schools percent in the all day Jewools. Miami situation in 1960 from the national averages: rcent for the one-day-a-week ', 48 percent for afternoon li and 4 percent in the all-day The national survey shows cent girls in the one-day-aschool, with 29 percent girls afternoon school. Miami figlmost agree: 52 percent girls one-day-a-week school; 30 girls in the afternoon a. ording to Schwartzman, "the al survey figures estimate 40 percent of Jewish children enrolled in Jewish schools at articular time and that well percent of Jewish children some Jewish schooling at 'time during school age. Past tics in 1954-55 tabulated by ureau of Jewish Education of er Miami from a "Yom Kip formula based on absence of students on that day from elementary and junior hih revealed a Jewish child tion in Greater Miami of 8,000 with a tentative inof 9 percent annually. These s must be regarded as tenta Today, this formula would in' a Jewish child population in Miami of about 11,800." Murray Goldman, representing Miami Beach Elks Lodge, presents medals to Michael Gewitz and Dorothy Goldstein, sixth grade students at the Hebrew Academy, for winning an essay contest on "What Democracy Means to Me." sponsored by the Elks Lodge. MIStiW DEPARTMENT SCNOOt Adath Yefihurun Beth Am Temple Beth David Cong. Beth El Cong. Beth Emeth Cong. Beth Israel Cong. Beth Jacob Cong. Coral Way J. C. Dade Heights J.C.C. Flagler-Granada J.C.C. Hebrew Academy Hebrew High School Hialeah Reform Homestead J.C. Israelite Center tors 30 170 333 34 61 18 29 81 66 93 197 73 9 4 67 47 31 GltlS TOTAl 2 24 221 7 11 14 2 35 8 12 104 47 2 15 1 32 194 554 41 72 32 31 116 74 106 301 120 9 6 82 48 ONt-BA r- WEEK DEFT SOYS Gim TOTAl 50 64 114 326 350 676 62 g3 115 2 3 5 64 62 126 152 42 160 28 18 Kneseth Israel Cong Miami Hebrew Cong. Cong. Monticello Park 196 North Dade J.C. 81 North Shore J.C. 198 Miramar Jewish C.C. Southwest Jewish Center 5 Temple Beth El (Hollywood) 21 Temple Beth Sholem (H'd) 88 Temple Beth Sholom 165 Temple B'nai Sholom 60 Temple Emanu-El 192 Temple Israel 72 Temple Judea 107 Temple Ner Tamid 95 Temple Sinai 46 Temple Sinai (Hollywood) 76 Temple Zamora 44 Temple Zion 163 Tifereth Israel .17 Tiiereth Jacob 85 Workmen's Circle 11 Young Israel of G.M 23 Totals 3,038 1,295 4,333 2,478 Estimated Total Unduplicated Registration 9 ,000 Registration Increase Over 1959 1 ,462 120 48 75 32 28 272 90 175 (XI 46 7 38 37 24 61 58 254 58 77 135 16 97 51 56 109 90 288 70 20 95 165 20 26 31 16 24 40 2 23 50 55 105 60 148 42 67 109 104 269 100 170 270 11 71 104 59 163 69 261 113 206 319 20 92 420 420 840 27 134 156 233 389 34 129 24 24 48 45 91 165 165 330 50 126 59 37 96 6 50 15 17 32 50 213 75 112 187 3 20 32 30 62 31 66 24 28 52 19 30 3 1 4 62 85 2,737 5,215 80 Ih st Schwartzman said that the Miiami figures show that at any one time—in 1960— "about 76 percent of our Jewish child population was attending our Jewish schools, high above the national 40 to 45 percent average, and 3 percent higher than the Greater Miami average of 1959. "If we add to the present 9.000 unduplicated local total, the number ef students who withdrew from Jewish schools during the past few years, and children receiving private instruction, we may estimate a 20 percent increase to the 9,000 total, or 10,800 children in the Creator Miami area exposed to Jewish education at seme time during school "The Miami average would thus be about 91 percent, about 11 percent above the national average, i However, a bard core of about 1,000 I Jewish children remains who receive no form of Jewish education at any time." The school listing below, gives the details. 4.GUOATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyla ave Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever. 4.NSHE KMES. 2533 SW 19th ave Coneervative. Maxwell Silberman. president. SETH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd ava. Can aervative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg Cantor William W. Lioaon. Sr-rw EL 100 SW 17th av9. Orthodox Rabbi Solamcn Aehlff. ay : %  "> p.m. Saturday *.30 a.m. Hernwn: R-vrrtn.—An Antidote to Correptloo JETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava Conaarvativa. Rabbi David W. Heraon. Cantor Hyman Pain. KIIIM> <:].I p.m. Sermon: "T'le Klc-h nai.n I'IM Satun.ay 9 a_m. S. : %  BOB: "Weekly f'->rU< n SCTH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louia Rottman. SETH JACOB. 301-311 Waahington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamehee. Friday •; '. p.m. Saturday .:S0 a.m. 8riTwn: •"Justice Veraua RtajhteoiiHneaa." —o— CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40S ISth at. Orthodox. Rabbi Chain. Karlinefcy. ;OR*L WAY JEWISH' CENTER. S756 SW ISth St.. Miami. Rabbi Samual Aoril. Friday *:r, j, m Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: 'The Paradox of Faith and Kea%  BB JADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1S1S0 NW tnd ava. Conservative. Cantor Eman ual Mandal. PLAGLER-GRANADA. SO NW Slat p< Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Shotar. Cantor Fred e-rnatein. Frldav ii:4". p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Jowph. eon of Mr. ajid lira. Frank Abramovltz. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. SSth at.. Hialeah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Mb tar. Conserv.tive. Rabbi Morton Malavafcy. Cantor Lauia Cohan. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrt.eld. Cantor Abraham Self. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Horacholl Saville. Cantor Joseph Salzman. Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Power of the Spoken Word." MONTICELLO PARK, isath at. and NE 11th ave. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Max Lipechitz. Cantor Ban-Zion K irachenbaun*. Friday ( 45 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltzvah. Jeff. son of Mr. and Mra. Abraham Augenateln; Harry, aon of Mr. and Mra. Joeepb Khanowln. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at Conaarvativa. Rabbi Mayer Abramewita. Cantor Edward Klein. — a fOUTHWEST CENTER. 043S SW Stti at. Conaarvativa. RabeJ Maurice Klein. Friday 8.15 p.m. Sermon: "Teiachina*a j of the Talmud." Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. TEMPLE BETH AM. VSS0 N. Kendall dr., S Miami. Reform Raocr) Herbert Baumgare). Cantor Chartee Kodner. Friday 7:30 p.m .-'..n.i.n: "TBO R and the Puniahmrnt TEMPLE BETH EL. 1646 Polk at. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe at Coneervative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernaai Schreiber. Pridav 8 p.m Round Table on "The Future of Jewlah Life in America." Saturday am Bar Mltzvah. Phi lip. M>II of Mra. Sadye Roman. — %  a — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chan ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniab Cantor Davio Convlaar. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1SSO0 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb Sheidon Edwards. Cantor Ben Groaa bars. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing ten ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman. Cantor Israel Raich. Friday 1:30 p.m. Saturday J a_m. Sermon: "Wwkly Portion." Bar Mltzah Mark, aon of Mr. and Mra. Morrta Fllaelmaa, TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NB ISth at. Reform. Rabbi Joeeph R. Narva. Cantor Jacob Bornatain. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palarmo ava. Ltberat.-^jbbi Morris-Skop. Cantor Harman Gottlieb. a TEMPLE NER TAMID. SOth at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern TradiJKd rew ron\*rmation OVrfsf .'n-invp^srion i D^pani ,nrx 133 n? W .HI? ITl ^1 ,]3X 0^33 -ISO inn DK 7\b -n-K-i O : v • T v v • • T • -tra irira D*p"n l&QTty ^i nanrta va yM fmri T T V —. 'nann rnpntn jnaro • I -: T • r t -: • T : .ipa -cio nsrrn m %  i .. .. T T T strii "73 nB an^ ft nao IOT p trrV D^ria fjr^^irnaf rrna rf|tuj) TRANSLATION THE WEEK... US I SEE II Corrfinuad from Page 4-A the thunder of silence for fear of "identification" or "involve M." Theirs are the mighty ideals of free speech and responsibility the Jewish generations throughout the ages of our aching con Bum, Amen. And. "identified" or "involved" by their very Juda r whether they wish it or not, theirs too, are the practical paths rxpediency—and of seemingly safe, sibilant silence. What has made it all tolersble are those who will never be inidated, and who stepped forward despite the threat of intimidation J n unflagging sense of humor that sees history as GodIs shout he little streets of little men, and the feeling, equally ineffable, that blow against iniquity or ignorance, for they are the same musi r us a little more forward out of the primeval ooze from which we i only hist begun to raise ourselves. Charles Fruchtman (center), industrialist and philanthropist of Toledo and Miami Beach, .is shown with Dr. Louis Finkelstein (left), chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and Dr. Max Ant. vice chancellor of the Seminary, before their participation in the academic procession at commencement exercises held recently at the Seminary in New York City. Fruchtman is establishing two scholarships in the Rabbinical School of the Seminary. Tf*# Ntw Town or Batfti apn#n^Mi. I looked around and noticed that there was no longer any huts of tin and that the houses are built of stone and that every house ha* its garden. I also saw here one of the finest Youth Centers in Israel. built out of a contribution by the phdanthropj*. the well known American actress Sophie Tucker. I was told that now she is collecting money to build a hospital in the town. The inhabitants have a cinema, a municipal park and an amphitheatre and last but not least, four schools. Incidentally I was told that here every month ninety children are born — so may they multiply. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) tianal. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantar Samuel Oomberej. Friday 6 45 p m. Saturday B:45 a.m. Twin Har Mitzvah. K*-nn-th and Jeffrey, eons of Mr and Mrs. Ben Avlck. a TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ava. Reform. Rabbi Umntm M. Wallach. Fri.lay *:lo p.m. Sermon: "Beloved Is hr*stl'" TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. SSI Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Lao Hum. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 6W 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. a TIFERETH ISRAEL. 0600 N. Miami ave. Coneervative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrenca. Cantor Albert Giant*. Friday K.to p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Rev. <;*!-*-• Goldbergwill officiate. Bar Mltzvah. ilrorse Henry, wn of Mr. and Mra. Harry Friedman. TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ava. Traditional. Rabbi Abraham CaseeL o — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13*30 W. Dime hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Cantor Morris Banger. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Bdard, aon of Mr. and Mra, Louia Preaa. —o— YOUNG ISRAEL. SOO NE 171at st, Ortnodca. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber. • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zamora ava. Conservative. Rabbi B. Loon HurwiU. Cantor Mayor Giaeer. CANDLEUGHJIMG TIME S Tamux — 6:58 pjn.



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Page 8-B •JenistiFhrktor Friday, July 1. I960 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl J NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Krom Miami to Norfolk to Atlanta, and th.s weekend back to Miami that'• the route traveled by Mrs .lane Robinson, Mrs. Fannie Reich. Jerry Carver and George Lefcoe Thev were some of the looalites who attended the District rive B nai B"rith annual convention in Norfolk, and were joined by Harry Rosen and Krank Resnick in Atlanta, to attend the annual Bnai B nth Youth Organisation conclave at Emory University Mrs. Reich, bv the way. is the newly-elected first vice president ol DiftfiCl Five BB Women, and reelected president aMr> Geralt SoHl Thev led the larne feminine eontinwent at the Norfolk conclave in eelebr.itmi; the Mill UintVWMr) of the formation ot their District Fivi women's organization Lewis Mirman. of Norfolk, it the ntw prewdent of Ditrict Fie B'nai B'rith, with Miami's Judo* Mitron Friedman presidentelect. The 1961 convention will be staged at the Americana hotel hero, starting Jon* 4, in honor of Judge Friedman's taking office at tho time. Jack Jenkins, of Washington, D.C., is the new first vice president of District Five, with Maurice Steinberg second veopoe. Surfside > Vice Mayor and Mrs l-ee Howard boarding the Queen F.hzabeth in New York July 7 en route to the continent lor a .-even week Mr>. Harvey LOUDM DM been appointed contestant coordinator for the Miss Universe pageant on the Beach July 2 to 9. She s the loimei I,atin Quarter beauty, who is now doing local TV commercialAlso a former operatic aspirant, she will coach the beauties in a productioi number. "Getting to Know You." for a national telecast on July 9 from the Convention Hall. Attorney Julius Jay Perlmutter will not run for the new Metro Commission seat created in Miami Beach. Expected to compete art present Miami Beach Couneilmen Harold Spaet. Melvin J. Richard, and poMiblj D Lee Powell and Kenneth Oka. Election date will coincide with national elections in November, if present council plans go through Oscar Markov uli. co-owner of the Lucerne hotel, due in trom New York this week, and pltai to rOOpon his beachfront hostelry some time in Nov ember. Seymour Rubin, one of the Lincoln rd. property owners who propelled ffie campaign for tfe Shopping Mall, tolling golfing buddies of Bayshore the premier* is set for November. Groundbreaking takes place Aug. 1. Alyce Goldberg, who just completed her junior year at Brandeis I tiivoisity. is home for her summer vacation She's the daughter ol Mr and Mrs Charles Chuck Goldberg, of the Delano hotel. Before returning to Brandeis to start her senior year in the fall. Alyce will ap pear on the network TV show. "Price is Right." in September. Sam and Lil Appel ihe s Beach real estate sales vet), just celebrated their 25th anniversary. A lot of realty deals must be cooking because Sam hasn't much time for his favorite sport, golf, recently BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: The highly successful "West Side Story" concludes a sparkling engagement at the Coconut Grove Play house Sunday. Another hit musical. "Damn Yankees." follows on Tuesday, with Sylvia Shav and Tom Raskin in the leading roles. The high Calibre of the first two plays under Owen Phillips' pioduction guidance promises a wonderful summer ot theatre going out Coconut Grove way. 1 hop*' local theatre lovers ill show their appreciation by continued wholehearted support of the summer staue ventures out UMtaWB] On Ihe night dub circuit, revues hoU1 swav m the Beach hostlries. I Extravagant* Latma." accenting colorful Latin American dancers, continues in La Rondo of the Fontainebleau. It's fast-paced and exciting entertainment. The Deauvillo Casanova room spotlights "Smart Affairs," headlining singer Napoleon Reed, and a largo company of versatile performers. It's rollicking and rocking entertainment from start to finish. lookup over the fare for the Fourth of July weekend at Beach hotels, it ppears thev me offering tr emen do us bargains tor American Plan holul.iv programs In [act, l don't think I'm wrong l>> Mating they are probabl) ihe best "hotel boys" ever offered a nyw h e re includes fun and entertainment for ever] member of the familj too FILM FARE: Judy Hollidav. long-time Broadway comedy favorite, transfers her smash enacimeni of an answering service operator from stage to screen, in "The Bells are Ringing." and is funnier than ever. assisted b> Dean Martin It > -hovvin^ .,t the Carib. Miami and Miracle 1 dearies, and should nng up new records for those three Wometco houses. Accent's on comedy at the first run movie theatres this week "The Apartment Billy Wilder's hilarious original screenplay, holds over at the Olympia. Beach and Gables, starring Jack U-inmon. Shirlev Mac Laine and Fred MacMurrav The vampire man wreaks havoc in a girls school in "Brides of Dracula." combined with The Leech Woman." set in a jungle locale at the Paramount. Coral and Colonv TABLE-TIPPING: Back in the restaurant field again is Pierre Kuneyl. long-time food director of the Versailles, then later at the San> Soud, when Harry Mufson and Ben Novack operated that Beach hotel Kuneyl a -prv septugenarian. is giving boss Sam "Radio" Winer a big assist at the Bonfire Kunevls background reads like a chef and maitre d I Whowho listing, starting in Paris most noted restaurant and hotel kitchens, then shifting to the Waldorf in New York, and finallv to Miami Beach. Kuneyl. as general manager of the Bonfire will add to the superlative menu fare there. Families eat out more than ever when the weather gets much too warm for mother to toil over the stove One of the magnets for familv dining is Fu Manchu. the long-established restaurant on 71si st on the Beach If you don't believe me. hie vourself and family over there eat) Sunday and you II note solid family trade oh.ng and ahing" over the wonderful Cantonese dishes for which Fu Manchu has gained a national culinary reputation. You don't have to take a trip to Peris to enjoy por Confront.I ,.n,. Ma,,m s. m Surfwdo. ion, ha. onioyod tho rotation lor oerb Fronch cu.s.ne. Every dish on rho menu is a goormot dream come true, as it is impeccably prepared end delightfully served. m J!'.i!?l SpeC alUeS 2 We sup r 9,Mk aBd !*""* "bs. sre V^L ^ sp ? ,a £'r at ,he erv !" *> l r Candlelight Inn in Coconut (,rove. near the Playhouse Owner-manager Hen.-vl.ett-on t onjhe job every day to see that each patron goe* away completely Mt isscholarship student, she was editor and toundcr of the School of Education Newsletter, and belonged to Kappa Delta Pi. educsnon honorary; Alpha Lambda Delta, women's freshman honorary: A1 P na Sigma Epsilon. co-educational leadership honorary; Gamma Sigma Sigma, women's service sorority;. of which she was treasurer for one year; and Pi Omega Pi. business education honorary The groom is a Miami Beach High School and University of Miami graduate. At the university, he belonged to Beta Beta Beta, bio'logy honorary; Alpha Epsilon Delta, pce-medical honorary ; and Arnold Air Society, which he served as vice president and treasurer. A Distinguished MilitaryGraduate and recipient of the Convair Aviation Award, he was active in student government, and will attend denial school in the fall. Reception and seated dinner followed the ceremony at the Carillon hotel. The couple are on a hony; moon in Mexico, and upon their return will live in Miami M*S. lAUtlNCt SCHWARTZ Double Ring Rites For Speismon And Schwartz In a double ring candlelight cerenony on Sunday. June 26. at the ariilon hotel. Miss Anita Speisnan became the bride of Lawrence David Schwartz. Rabbi Yaakov tosenberg officiated at the 7 p.m. rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr ind Mrs. Charles Speisman. 995 N'W 51st st.. Miami The groom is "he son of Mrs. Miriam Schwartz. f Miami Beach, and the late Jeshua Schwartz. For her wedding, the bride chose i gown of imported chantilly lace wth hand embroidered jewels. Herj basque bodice was designed wit.i i sabrina neckline, long sleeves tapered to a wrist point, and a bouffant skirt that fell to a regal tram. The veil of imported silk illusion was draped to a regal crystal] crown. The bride carried white] roses, orchids, stephanotis and lily-; of-the-valley. Matron ot honor was Mrs. Sy Robbins Mrs Stanley Bulbin. Mrs Bernard Nissman. and Mrs. Ed Deutsch were bridesmaids. In charge of the guest book was Mrs. Douglas Kaplan. Best man for his brother eras Barry Schwartz I'shers included Leonard and John Speisman. Marlene and Charlene Kunis were flower girti The bride bj a graduate of Miami Senior High School, and received her education degree cum laude from the Universit) of Miami A MnxtoCfi mW ^- 9ncomporaWe French Cuisine •SI 6 HARDING AVC. jj> % MIAMI BEACH UN6 1654DAVID LEROUX FOR DINNER AT TMI STIINWAY LATER. IN THf PIANO tAft NOW OPEN FULL COURSE DINNERS from $ 1 and up Harf enist un Meat RESTAURANT 14th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE STRICTLY KOSHER CONSTANT MASHGIACH ON PREMISES OUR FAMOUS FISH SPfCIAUliS ALSO OS COURSE WE DO CATERING FOR BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS e AND All SOCIAl OCCASIONS At Your Home or in Your Temple Swim Luncheon Scheduled S is t e rhood of Flakier Granada Jewish Communitv (filter will hold it first summer swim luncheon at the home of Mrs Bea Cohen, 5890 SW 5th st on July 12. Hn Arnold Mickelson and Mrs. Sam Goldberg are chairing the swim luncheon. RIVIERA RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN and CATERERS STRICUY -r: KOSHER UnOar Sup... ton ot 0o,d t.l.b.t.m V.d M.k .vfwwO. •( OrOOtO* SERVING FULL COURSE DINNERS from B1.9S up DAILY 4 30 to U JO P.M. ClOSIO SATURDAYS OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS • CATERING • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • RECEPTIONS. AND ALL OCCASIONS 1830 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. 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Friday. July 1. 1960 -Jew 1st fkrkfur Page>9-B A corsage is yours free for the asking, and will be presented by The Jewish Floridian to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah if the request is addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance! 'Requests may be made oh • postcard, and should include the name of the Bar Mitzvah and date and place of the ceremony. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the Bar Mitzvah occasion. 6CM6t MfKlY Kenneth and Jeffrey Avick First twin Bar Mitzvah will be observed at Temple Ner Tarn id on Saturday morning, July 2, with I Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Cantor Samuel Gomberg officiating. Krnneth and Jeffrey Avick arc | the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Avick. Their uncles, Cantor Michael Hammerman, of Brookhne. j Mass., and Cantor Saul Hammer [ man, of Baltimore, Mel., will participate in the service. Kenneth and Jeffrey attend TemIple Ner Tamid religious school and iNautilus Junior High. • • George Friedman Bar Mitzvah of George Henry rricdman w i 11 be celebrated on Bturday morning, July 2, at Ticreth Israel Northside Center. ^ev. George Goldberg will officile. ;The son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ricdman, the Bar Mitzvah is a udent at Horace Mann Junior Igh, where he plays the cornet. [Out-of-town guests will include arge's aunt, Mrs. Dora Cohen, ittsburgh. Pa. • • • Jeffrey Augon s toin lonticello Park Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah I of Jeffrey Stuart Augenstein on' Saturday morning, July 2. Rabbi I Max Lipschitz will officiate. Jeffrey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. | Abraham Augenstein, 1080 NE 170th ter., No. Miami Beach. He was recently graduated from Hebrew elementary school, and will attend the Bureau of Jewish j Education Hebrew High School in| the fall. He is also a student at North Miami Beach Junior High. < Reception in Jeffrey's honor will' be held on Sunday evening at the Diplomat Country Club. • • e Mark Friedman Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mark Friedman on Saturday morning, July 2, in Temple Emanu-EI. Mark is a seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, and attends Temple Emanu-EI religious school. Reception in his honor will be held Saturday afternoon at the DiLido hotel. Out-of-town guests will include Mrs. Lorraine Weger, of Los Angeles, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Friedman, of Detroit. 'Damn Yankees' Due At Coconut Grove Playhouse Reddish blonde haired Sylvia Shay, handsome Tom Raskin and comedian Don Penny are the stars of the Coconut Grove Playhouse production of the George Abbott musical, "Damn Yankees," opening next Tuesday for a run of two weeks. Producer Owen Phillips has also cast Wilton Clary, a fine musical performer in a key role, and Coral Gables' Bob White plays Me baseball manager. Van Buren who is "a Casey Stengel type." White sings the famous "Ya Gotta Have Heart." Miss Shay, who understudied Gwen Verdon in the original proim Lines Celebrates 15th Anniversary; wiew of Israel's Maritime Growth By Special Report IEW YORK — The growth of the Israel Navigation Company, 1. of Haifa from a single 2.500ship on the Mediterranean in to a globe-girdling fleet of 33 senger and cargo liners total189.000 tons was reviewed here [Dr. N. Wydra, managing direcof the Israeli shipping firm. ^r. Wydra, in the United States a busme.-s trip, addressed a |ss conference on the occasion the 15th anniversary of the iding of the Zim Lines. The |riT<-ner was held at the offices ithe American-Israeli Shipping L. 42 Broadway. North American Kesentatives of the Zim Lines. Wydra announced: Inauguration on July 15 of new monthly cargo service TI Israel and Mediterranean rts to the Pacific Coast of the 5.A., Canada and Mexico, via inema Canal. Construction of a new luxury ksenger liner for the company's literranean service. Construction of 11 more gencargo ships and bulk carriers 146.000 deadweight tons for P'S world-wide services. Plans for the construction of pw luxury passenger liner for [New York-Haifa service. rferring to the passenger servWydra greeted the American "Atlantic," which entered [New York-Haifa run on May He said the competition "is tome and serves to confirm the Lines' faith in the rise of ls1 as a major international tour Ittraction and in the future of [travel generally." Israeli shipping executive ed attention to the fact that Zim Lines new own one of most modern fleers in the rid. Seventy-eight percent of vessels were built during the flew years. Wydra said that the rapid lernization of the fleet was possible by the Bon-Israel irations agreement under which ships of all types aggregating Dre than 185.000 deadweight tons ere delivered to the Zim Lines 'Innovation* Told At Kosher Spot An innovation for kosher dining establishments in this area has been anounced with the reopening of the Royal Hungarian Kosher Restaurant at 731 Washington ave. Philip Weiss, owner and operator, stated that Friday night dinner patrons may pay in advance until candlelighting time. Diners entering after that time will be served by reservation only. Weiss expressed the hope "that the public will cooperate in this Sabbath observance." Another innovation at the popular dining spot this year is a policy of a two-dollar charge for all full course meals which will include chicken, fish or meat. —ST duction on Broadway, has been playing numerous musical roles on Broadway and was seen with Sammy Davis, jr.. in "Mr. Wonderful." She has appeared nationally on television on the Ed Sullivan, Steve Allen and Arthur Murray shows. In the production, she sings the hit song, "Lola." "Damn Yankees" offers in all a cast of 35 singers and dencerss, and has been directed by Marilyn and Jack Nagle. Story of the musical is from a book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop, taken from the novel, "The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant," by Wallop. The music and lyrics are by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. The story deals with a baseball afficionado who is willing to trade his soul in exchange for a mighty batting arm. so that he can take a pennant away from the alwayswinning New York Yankees. Through this Sunday, the recordbreaking run of "West Side Story," starring Julius La Rosa, continues. Producer Phillips said that be*t seats available for the weekend will be for the Saturday matinee and Sunday night performances, and urged the theatre-going public to come to the box office for best service. New Course of Lectures Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, will launch a new course of ten lectures on The Good Life." They will be heard every Friday evening. 6:30 p.m., in the gardens of the Blackstone hotel. The course will also be heard Thursday mornings, 8:30i a.m., at the Miami Beach Athletic Club on 10th st. Judy Holliday and Dean Martin dance to the tune of "Just in Time" against a New York waterfront setting in "Bells are Ringing," Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's sparkling film version of the Broadway musical hit. Now showing at Wometco's Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. M. M. WrOKA between December, 1954 and April, 1960. Dr. Wydra announced that between now and the middle of 1981 the Zim cargo fleet will be increased by the delivery of 11 more general cargo ships and bulk careers of 149.000 deadweight tons. These vessels, presently building, nclude four bulk carriers of 88,000 tons, four general cargo ships of 40.000 tons and three general cargo and timber carriers of 21, 000 tons. Dr. Wydra said that Israel's goals as a maritime nation "arc to carry a substantial portion of her foreign trade in her own ships and to win a fair share of general ocean commerce." He noted that in pursuing these goals, the Zim Lines now operate regularly scheduled services on 14 world w 'de routes calling at more than 160 ports all over the globe. Among the most important of these are three i lines to North America which link Israel with the Middle Atlantic and Gulf states and with the Great Lakes via the St. Lawrence Seaway. The director also announced plans for expansion of the com pany's passenger services. Presently under construction by Ateliers it Chantiers de Bretagne in Nante. France, is a new fully air-conditioeed luxury liner which will accommodate 620 passengers in a single class.



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Page 14-A Jcnist>ncr/dHan Friday. July I. I960 Ofl the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN The 'Unwisdom' of Boris Pasternak's Call for Submersion w HEN THE VOICE on the radio anBOimced with professional M a n d lMW that Boris Pasternak, controversial author of "Dr. Zhivago" and winner of the* Nobel Prize for Literature, had died after^ a lingering even though abandonment counseling Christianity. Pasternak was a tragic figure, a lonely man. an artist in quest of a theme, a worshipper with devotionals of his own creation. Nothing perhaps symbolizes the man's tragedy more than the mere biographic fact that he was cradled a Jew. that he emerged to greatness in an age of religious waywardness, that his credo was a revelation of the eternal and that his final path brought him to res', in Christian fields. Pasternak's fame in the United States rtttl primarily en his novel "Dr. Zhivago," a book which, in this wriU r'l opinion, was not of sufficient literary distinction to merit the much coveted Nobel Prize. Moreover. 1 was ann by a few derogatory remarks about Jewish survival by a Book Review Editor Hilary Mindlin i* on vacation thi week. Nathan Ziprin horo tubititoto* with tome penetrating Ihowyhts en rh* recent passing of tha author of "Dr. ZhivafO." minor character in the book. Yet I recall that in the halcyon days of the Cafe Royal, mecca for Jewish intellectuals and artists on New York's Second ave., it was not uncommon for the sophisticated and the fatigued to expatiate on the theme of Jewish submersion not only with icy objectivity but with expectancy. Often would one hear there a droning voice asking "How long must we go on? Our page is written, indelibly, why ruin the script with debility and aging hand?" Surely those were not the words of anti-Semites, nor even of assimilationi-;In "Dr. Zhivago" there is a scene where an old Jew is being kicked around by a Christian, and the witness to the scene, himself a Jew. asks how long Jews must go on being humiliated and hurt when they could solve the probl< m through submersion. That wise counsellor of course had either never heard of what was happening in Germany to people of even remote Jewish ancestry' or else he was Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Many Individuals Helped Trap Adolf Eichmann Washington %  kjc CNE MAN "discovered" or !" tortd Nail war criminal Adolf Eichdesvi credit. Many individuali mann. Nor does the Israel Government throu 1 hunt th< world, piectd together i• (to 'lie apprehensii n. T: (persons, mainly vohmteeri n %  expense coul i not done. One of at devoted to tracking down the Gestapo's leading masi murder engineer, wa42-year-old Tuvia Friedmann. It became Pi mannvocal i n He -pent 18 years sifting leads. A i the Nazi holocaust in Europ". Friedmann decided to take systematic steps to local irreal w^r criminals. He saw to it that scores, including Nazi police and vicious SS men. were failed. For years the war. he was the leading documentation expert in V.enna. Like other documentation authorities. Friedmann studied the concentration camp system and was convmved that Eichmann was the surviving Nazi most responsible. It seemed pointless to locate a few moronic policemen when the engineer of the whole system remained at large. In an interview here, Friedmann volunteered that Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ On Going to College I RECEIVED AN invitation from my niece to attend commencement exercises, so I wrote her that while she was going to college. I. who am old enough to be 'er grandfather, was going to college and in fact. I said, all Jews go o college and they go all their .ives. i Know, 1 said, not many realize this. Most thought that when they get a diploma from some school or college and went to work, that they were through with school, but this was not so. To be a Jew meant to keep on going to school for ever and ever. If they examined the facts, I said, they would see. that I am right. If a Jew goes to a synagogue. I said, where does he go? What is the term we meat use for a synagogue' We call it a "schul" which means school. So when we go to synagogue, we are gointr to school. And what's more. I said, whal do v e call the l< ader of 'he synagogue? Do ere call him a pries) or a minister? No. He Is our rebbi or rabbi, which means teacher. He is the pn.i And the good Jew is sui do a lot of homework tor bis lessons. The Talmud says that King David .had a harp blown by the wind which woke him up for morning studies. What do we call our greatest? Our Mo.ses. He is Moshe Habbenu. Moses, our teacher, Moses, our professor. When the Romans destroyed the Jewish State, they thought they ha.l finished "P the Jews, but a man by the name of Joshuaben Chananiah suddenly appeared in the Roman camp, and persuaded the Sergant to let him see the General. "You're wasting your time," said the General. "There will be no mercy. Our terms have been decided on." "I am not a military man," said Joshua ben Chananiah. "What are you?" asked the General. "A school teacher. I'd like to open a little school at Yuvne The General was dumb struck. In this hour of the most dire calamity in the history of the Jew s, all this man could ask for was to open a little school. But historians are agreed that this school saved th lews from being utterly lost. shared in the search. Some worked independently, i ooperated llaganah Intelligence played a role. Simeon Wiesenthal lived in Linz, Austria, after the war oily because of a theory that Eichmann might return • • the scene of his youth. Men like Dr. Steiner of Prague viewed convicted SS officers to obtain valuable Eicha data. Fvigenbaum and Kaplan collected information amon-' German Jewi Scores, often unknown to one another, gather data, piece by piece, completing a vast mosaic that finally caught Eichmann in its net. Friedmann was perhaps the most determined. He was "the last of the afochicans" among the Eichmann hunters. On the streets of Tel Aviv people scoffed and called him a Don Quixote." Some were even less kind and addressed him as "Mr. Eichmann" because of his preoccupation. But Friedmann went on studying every morsel of information at his private documentation center in Haifa. Friedmann and other documentation exxperts somelimes clashed with Israel Government authorities at the (.overnment documentation center, Yad Vashem, in Jerusalem. They termed the center "stagnant and bureaucratic." They goaded, nagged, persevered. Eichmann had to be caught. Friedmann prayed each year at Kol Nidre on Yom Kipur for divine help in the search. He treasured each morsel of information that came his way. Just before leaving for Washington. Friedmann spent hour after hour with Israeli police researchers preparing the case against Eichmann. He briefed them from the depths of his vast expertness on Eichmann. Friedmann believed that Eichmann had to be caught and punished not because of hatred or emotional considt rations. It was simply that a Jew could not live with the knowledge that the most guilty living Nazi should go free while Kaddish is recited for 6.000,000 victims. From 1945 to 1960 Friedmann assembled every scrap of information on Eichmann. pictures, letters, documents, records of conversations, and so forth. Some of this material he carried continuously on his person. He made much information available to the Israel Government Intelligence Service. Friedman knew that it was necessary to study the lesser war criminals to develop the technique that led to Eichmann. He was as devoted to capturing Eichmann as Eichmann was obessed with a mania to liquidate world Jewry. As a citizen of Israel, a free democracy, Friedmann felt it his duty to prod authorities for action. He did not want to see it, as he says, "swept under the rug." It is Friedmann's thought that every Jew can now rest easier. The most vicious living anti-Semite is in custody. And the lesson may be instructive for potential Eichmanns of the future. Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR completely oblivious to what was happening. Possibly was perhaps Pasternak himself who gave that counsel, if so, it was impudent of one Jewish-bom tc tell us to sin our own death warrant when the memory of the six million is still upon us with tragic hold. An artist cf the magnitude of Pasternak should have dried his ink when the thought occurred to him to counsel extinction on a people that it still in the midst of mourning. It wag indubitably bad taste for a Christian such as Pasternak to tell us to take on his faith. Yet, I could find no sinister purpose in those pronouncements, only the unwisdom ol which even tht great are not unpessessed at times. The novel intrigued me because 1 sensed that here was a man of profound moral stature, a religious personality. a writer who envisaged art as prophecy and fulfillment, a purist who detested the false values that were being sold tor pure gold in the land of his birth. To understand how Pasternak managed to elude imprisonment or worse when the Kremlin's, wrath fell upot him following the Nobel Prize honor, ore must go back to his more basic literary achievements—as a poet and moral figure. His was not the international stature of j Tolstoy, but he was too grand a figure in the Soviet Unit* to be handled like an ordinary "deviationist This writer does not read Russian, but on reading the "Poems by Pa*. ternak" (University of Michigan Prest), translated by Eugene Kayden. he discerned that here was not only i tremendous poetic figue but a moral giant, a man of pro found faith in God and creation. In a letttr to the translator. Pasternak says that "art is not simply a description ol life, but a setting forth of the uniquentss of being." Hers is a truly religious formulation. UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON A Very Weak Case United Nations tgfHEN ARGENTINA complained !" to the Security Council against srael's violation cf its sovereignty %  >• the capture of Nazi butcher \dolf Eichmann in Argentina, the tuenos A.res Government took the %  fiction in the least possible manner uiliMJi ossiblc under the Unted Nations loartcr. me complaint was related by Argentina to Chapter VI of the Charter. Thar chapter deals with "Pacific" settlement of disputes between member states. There is a tremendous difference between Chap ter VI. which envisages peaceful sulutions to problems, and the next section. Chapter VH. The latter deals with "threats to the peace, breaches of the peace and acts of aggression." All the complaints ever brought here against Israel by the Arab states based themselves on Chapter VU. Even the Arabs never succeeded—although they have tried hard enough—in invoking Chapter VII to its utmost. Under Chapter VII the Security Council could vote everything from economic sanctions against an aggressor—to concerted military action by UN forces "by air. sea or land." The only action of the latter type ever undertaken by the UN was in the case of Korea. None of the six Charter articles in Chapter VI. invoked by Argentina, comes anywhere close to the type of Council actions sought so often by the Arab states in their fulminations against Israel. The emphasis here is on "negotiation, inquiry, mediation, conciliation, arbitration, judicial settltment (mean irg the International Court of Justice at The Hague) and resort to regional agencies." "The Security Council shall." the Charter coninues. "when it deems necessary, call upon the parties to settle their dispute" by the means indicated u it.' r- ne 0f th 1 means %  • noted is > resort to the orld Court. JTA's New President is a Lawyer and Novelist Vfe A NEW AND most promising chapter i ^ in the history of ti.e lewial i graphic Agency — the only worldwide I Jewish news agency—is now being) opened by Eleazar Lipsky. its new president. Young and able, Mr Lipsky has 1 gained a high reputation in many fields of public endeavor. He is a brilliant j practicing lawyer and a member of the M Federal Bar Assn. He is the author of a number of novels five of which were the choice of various book clubs in-' eluding the Book of the Month Club, the Literary Guild the Mystery Guild and others iu. orat^v'L'h eX T, 11 nt J Spe ker havin won m *** 1 '<> %  H,!C X u C0l leRe days • Bd even m W high school days. He is deeply interested in Jewish affairs actively participating in the Zionist movement, the American Jewish Congress. American Friends of the Hebrew University, and other groups. He was editor of the New it"!?! !"£ WTiter f a yKtl newspaper column. He devoted two years to lecturing for the United Jewish Appeal in numerous cities throughout the country and spent much of his time also as a speaker for other Jrr isn causes. l nn -^T f hi ? b f >oks are ,rans| at*d into as many as n languages, including Hebrew and Japanese. Several* feat.mni 8 "I" !" !" %  ucceseful motion piota* t..r, P^ Tu Llm 8Urs as Spencer ** Vic** he United States and has also been visiting Israel. and m^j/u SPeC,ed K by Zioniats d ^n-ZionisU. Je* lher.?u£w' i" the 1Cgal WOrld and m tae worW person "* enviable reputation as a dedics* mmtH K Jewi T to !" l*e Agency is especially fr j E!i £ /.! r Llp€ky ,s iU P !" M* inasmuch a3 d.t, H foUow,n K the work of the JTA since his stud* P 2!f undenrtan h institution whk* reflects impartially Jewish life in all itr nuances.



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tidoy. July 1, 1960 +Jeist fkridihin Page 11-A m i i t tfjft" _'New' Jew Emerging-Dr. Goldmann PARIS — (JTA) — Dr. Nahum i for Israel by Jews living in other | Andre Malraux, the French MiaColdmann, president of the World countries. Asserting that Jews ister for Culture, presided. Zionist -Organization, said this \ have the right to be "emotionally. \ i n nU address „Denine the meetweek that it was premature to culturally and religiously" attach-! in g M Malrau*"^!S iibuS to judge what effect the existence of ed to Israel. Dr. Goldmann urged h^'spiritual valL^?o^Jewish Israel will have on anti-Semitism Jews not to be impressed by such P eop,e and he radiUons theha3 and attitudes of non-Jews toward | accusations. He emphasized that maintained for over 2 onni ve, !" ] ilTlT 8 0me t Bd w ere a l £2 r st T th e pru,cipal ; ^ & *Z STuffiS ready clear. spiritual center for Jews everyon behalf of the French Govern Speaking at a dinner marking; ere meBt for its work in spreading the 100th anniversary of the Al1 Jacob Blaustein. honorary pres-' French culture among the Jews in liance Israelite Universelle, the ident of the American Jewish Commany European countries and in. leading organization of French miitee. told the dinner guests that ,he Moslem countries. Jewry, Dr. Goldmann said that the fate of Jews everywhere was one effect would be that the Jewclosely tied to the fate of democish people will lose "its Godlike" racy. He rejected the idea that the status in the eyes of those who do [ attractions of democratic ways of not know what Jews are really. living might lead Jews to abandon like. This, he explained, would fol-! their ties with their religion, tralow from the fact that Israel "has dition and culture, established an understanding of ThoS€ wno harbor such anxjc \ .what a Jew really is laifa 18.100-toa liner SS Atlantic, of American Export Lines. %  h next fall will be the first U.S.-flag passenger liner to transatlantic sailing from Florida, is a welcome visitor as Teddy Kollek. general director of the Prime Minr's office, pays a call on Capt. Leif J. Christiansen during the -sl' recent maiden voyage call at Israel. Haifa, back' for thi3 photograph, is a principal port for the Atlantic fall on a 35-day Sunlane Thrift Cruise to the Mediterransailing from Port Everglades. Fla.. on Oct. 16 and returnNov.20. Another • &f feet, he said, was the evolvement in Israel of • "new Jew, who is no* clover but who is hard • working and courageous and free of pertecutions bocauso ho forms tho majority of tho population in his own country. ties propose one or both of two .drastic remedies." he said, "both Prof. Rono Cassin, vico prot*of tho Conseil d'Etat and president of tho Alliance, laudod tho long-standing friendship of President do Gaulle and his interest in tho work of tho Alliance. He noted the extent of the Alliance's work in Israel where it established the Mivkeh Lsrael agnhave no future anywhere — and A negative effect of the restoration of Israel, the world Jewish leader said, might be charges by [that goes for Israel also." anti-Semites of too much loyalty consisting of withdrawal. The first' culu,ra school and numerous other is that Jews withdraw to a couneducational and vocational institutry of their own; the second is' u ons that Jews, wherever they now live, i United Nations Secretary Generrhould withdraw into a life of their al Dag Hammarskjold in a mes|own, a voluntary ghettoization." ; sage read to the Assembly, praisedi He warned that "if the Jews have! the Alliance for its long fight far no future in the democratic counhuman rights, tries to which they belong, they, ilgians Give Ben-Gurion Royal Treatment S.UVIN WON PLANS BRUSSELS — (JTA) — Prime The Prime Minister, Mrs. BenMimster David Ben-Gurion of IsGurion and Israel Ambassador rael told a delegation of all ZionChanan Cidor had lunch with the ist organizations here that Israel expected three actions from nonIsraeli Jewries. ture;" establishing personal tiesj or o£ ^ Israel visil „ s RLES S. LAVHf, whose have been editorialized in s Dtfesl announces the of the famous Paint „ D_l_ *I*-"-' -wMiiMii H^isuuai lies now sc rain Beacn, | W j, h ^^^ by sending children to Israel to visit and study there; and the hardest, "personal settlement in Israel so that the youth from other Jewish communities would participate "in the^upbuilding" of the Jewish State." (Jueen and Prince Bernhard at the Soestdijk Palace. Later, Mr. BenAmory Haughten, the United States Ambassador to Franco, praised the Alliance for its application of democratic principles %  nd said it was making a contribution te tho cause of world peace. The commemoration opened wUh an impressive gathering in the UNESCO auditorium. Delegations representing Jewish communities Gurion was taken as a pas* of ffiSSt Okl free He said these were provision of the Govcrnment for n inspection Campers Will Visit Africa, USA Hy Tadelman, camp director, aanounces that plans have been completed for a trip to Africa. U.S.A., by Camp Avir of Congregation Ythudah Moshe. Friday is the date set for the occasion. All the campers will be taken on a tour of inspection. Lunch will be eaten on the grounds, picnic style. *******] "Parent Night" is scheduled for iwith representatives of the French ; T h ria ,, -.-„ Jewish education to all Jewish! tour of the delta works developed Government, personalities in the' children "so that the Jewish peo-ito hold back the sea. The Nether pie will be united by a common culj lands Cabinet gave a dinner in honI being for retirement; the average $86.50 per month per double occupancy which let three meals a day. rooms are also available. dietary kitchen and din* >m available at $1.00 per charge. utions are now being ao for our new Garden ;. Rentals start at $86.50 per per person, which hv a lovely private room running water, and three ['prepared meals a day. Also guests may enjoy the same 11 activities as those in the building. rdless of your age, you can join The Charles S. Lavin rement Organization, the being one dollar ($1.00) year. This entitles you to a Ithly bulletin and should a nber come to one of our ?ls as a permanent guest, he will receive a discount of )00 the end of the first year. specific information irding tho numerous In Retirement Hotels iroughout the country, is* write Charles S. ivin as noted below, is no obligation. [harlot S. Lavin Li Palm Beech Hotel IS Sunrise Avenue The Prime Minister attended a State dinner in his honor given by Premier Gaston Eyskens and attended by leaders of tho Belgian Senate and Parliament and various Cabinet ministers. Premier Eyskens said at the dinner that it was his pleasure to note "the friendly relations between our two countries and our two people who both want to work in a fruitful way." He added the the relationships were developing "harmoniously, especially in the economic field where some recent initiatives give the hope that new progress will be achieved." The Premier added he was certain that "useful cooperation between Israel and the young State of the Congo will be established and that the Congo will find in Israel things to follow as examples, mainly in the field of rural economy and the organization of cooperatives." %  On his arrival at The Hajue with his wife end daughter, the Prime Minister was greeted by a group of Netherland officials. "My country has feelings of sincere friendship for the Dutch people who on many occasions stretched out a helping hand to our persecuted brethren," the Prime Minister said at the airport. He exm pressed the hope that his visit I [ w ould contribute to a further I strengthening of Israel's happy reI lations with The' Netherlands Congregation Yehuda b Mo.she Esv field of French culture and repre-> hibits of arts and cr fts and J sentatives of the French Jewish, dian i ore w i ^ ottered, Mrs. Hao> community to mark the occasion, nah Shor is counselor. TO MIAMIANS WHO ARE EXPERTS IN THE ART Of RELAXATION MR. LAV** is sw $1.00 i send iiioiiiboiahlp cord %  monthly b uHnt n a, iMIIIMMIIMMMII* %  eoeOOOOOOO •••>•••••• Rabbi Attends Convention Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. has gone to Detroit to attend the annual meeting of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the body of Reform-Liberal Rahbinate in the United States. Rabbi Kronish will present a paper on confirmation standards at one of the sessions. r ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the FINEST of NORTHERN RESORTS GALEN HALL In the quaint Pennsylvania Dutch Mountainlands -:<: GALEN HALL IS PRIVILEGED TO BE THE HOST TO SO MANY GLOBE TROTTING folks from the South. Whether you plan an extended vacation or as part of a trip abroad, you'll always remember your GALEN stay as 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 COMING STAIS atOaUa SHewt Ale* Kief k M*r*y AmMntm k Heimy Yovngnun -k PMI '••'•' k JaehMMUan k Jeaiti* ReyaOldi k Hjrvy Stow k Salty Stair HOTEL AND COUNTRY CLUB WHNMSVKLE. MNNA Oamel Burack. Owner Director See Your Travel Agent Galen is Only 17 Miles from Reeding Ait port IN MIAMI Call JE 1-3157 —



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Page 2-B kist fkrfdtor Friday. July 1. 1960 and Mrs and Mrs 2uva Rodann. vraatile young Israeli octree fJMj ^J TV and film productions, currently lsatured m the ^rv oJ Juth was S awarded the utie ol 255f?g^ 196C. Th. award was pr~<* by Mra. **P^ <*£ r*wxiwnt a! WOOM-I American OBT at national h€odauarti is New York. Center Camps In Full Swing More than 4S0 children, together with h member* of the U(f. opened the llrvater Miami Je>:-h lYBimmitj OMM I day camp in its tour different branch locations At the Beach YMHA Branch. Tamp Shalom, which iunder the direction c( Areoki P:*kir. branch director s s i > I • d by Miriam Schtir-herj; head counselor, the ther-< vw* past eek has been the ch tr a %  facial nsrpr s* circus produce*r-> wM IM|M HiKhhfhtbBC ihi •' on Fr ha> a;<* been the trad::.caal Ones I :-*t At toe M:imi YMHA 6'aneh. Cam* Ma Ka See under tne 4< !<>•• e D*ii Eskenaai t'*nch director vnv'*d by Mr*. .-c "> CalwiHin. baa* o ia m tf. h^hlvM ioaj Hkt •retrain ha* been a foU rvan with n* annual aeoecft tee •* %  mclv*n a chvek waaan WncK a born nco anO All cawawr foe tn.r (iril bike. O M wi bj b J MgMl •4H bo HW camp carnival tenanted n At :he Southwest YMHA BrarrV Camp Kadunah. under the directior ef Philip Millstein. branch di rector, assisted by Herbert Jacobscm. head counselor, trip* and cook: different groups on a daily basis r-ave featured the bepnnuvg ol camp. Ar-'.val camp carnival will lake place en Wednesday from 5 to 7 p m. | m NSSX Hah* County YMrU Franca Pay vamp, under -a!d Lab. IV. a> M-x Yvette Cole, bead coun*< ,MM ns been ta %  -, past period SpeaeM Ul tj Tropical Carders. 11 -T i u -olds Park rioas ha\-e racludec rals rt rai .-' ramp roo has been • pigeons, fish, crabs and .1 M I -;., ••• btodM at ML Sinai B0 r -tl larludc the following. S^ hom to Mr. and Mrs Donald Pores Jur< v|*eMd JaU*. eesa> Dan ;o Mr Harrj ll Daughter Nm t.> Mr Benr. Be 19 Daughter bcrn to Mr une 18 Daugher N rn to Mr and Mrs lack BdMCl IN In BM rom to Mr an. Mrs. Shed nek Gilbert June 16 Daughter born to Mr and Mr> Sheldon Apptl June 16 Daughter bcrn to Mr and Mrs Henrv Felton June 15 Son borr tc Mr and Mrs. Lester Stepner June 13. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Irving Keisield June 12 Daughter horn to Mr and Mrs i Murray Rosenberg June 10. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Bernard Michelsor. June 9. Son burn to Mr and Mrs Harold Green June 9 Daughter born to Mr and Mrs HaroW Appel June 8. Daughter born to Mr and Mrs Stanley VwMa June eV Son bom to Mr and Mrs Robert Lockshin June 6. Son bcrn to Mr and Mrs. Robert MatloM Junt 5 Daughter born to Mr and Mrs Mar\ %  ata*aba% June 5 Son bcrr. :o Mr and Mrs Si Hi ram Stern June 3 Soc born to Mr and Mrs Harold Schuy aW June 4. i Gertrude B-rg. co-star ol the Broadway bit "A Majority of One %  is named honorary chairman ot the 1960 membership campaign of Pioneer Women, national organaation ol American Jewih women wh.ch conduct. <^^7* !" wctk and educational program m toa-l. W'^ Bg me Mis. Horence Selkin. national membershrp chmrmem Osft). and Mrs. Clam Left national presi dent of Kon—r women. Diplomat Plcuis New Addition situated at the entrance of the Diplomat Country Club, sad its decor and theme v/ac sbiaa. rwekets and a'l Hcw. • aswc* travwL Sugorine Th* Clreater Miaou Jewish Coj> camps wtB begin their second pened of regisratiea oa July 18 A few vaean x selected grvaps eaist at the -d Muaai Caaups. Ceordiaausg the prefraai is assist %  anal Treaa. and reetce Cfraun H Gale frwm Paae !-• Rone is in Cahfonua oa a st „.. DOWT witn the iinlir wbath she caught from her son Mrs MarhacI Joyce Sumberg a-a -• -e Ka'ky Marget sweet lw-year-old daughter of Mike and Horence Ma


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Poce 12-B +JeisifkrkUar Friday. July 1. I960 Price* effcti Tu* throw9h Fri. UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER. DIRECTOR Ci'irr.TT %  ;s*rs WE SELL U.S. CHOKE end U.S. PRIME MEATS ONLY Food Fair Kosher Markets will be OPEN MONDAY, July 4th The FAMOUS BONELESS T R I M M E D POT ROAST ARBOR <*kken> *CRts from the finest quality KOSHER BEEF u>. 69< POUL KOASTBRs \ J V.' CHUCK STEAK 53 from the finest quality KOSHER BEEF >• C FINEST KOSHER LEAN, TRIMMED OUT Own toshet •Mate SUE* lOHGutS BEEF FLANKEN 49c OUR OWN KOSHER MADE PICKLED UUK VWIN RUiMtK MADE — PICKLED V CORNED BEEF .69c .49t TENDER, BABY STEER LIVER FRESH KOSHER MADE tb. GROUND BEEF 1 9 8c Open Mm. 'tg 4 P.M., Tues. & Wed. 8 to 6 Tlmrs. 8 to 9 ... Fri 8 to 3 NOW FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS TO SERVE YOU EVEN IETTET 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER 19th ST. AT ALTON ROAD I 3091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY NO. MIAMI BEACH | MIAMI BEACH MIAMI AT S.W. 87Hi AVE. Pimf NOTE! OUR KOSHER MARKETS HONOR ALL FOOO FAIR MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP COUPONS



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iday. July 1. 1960 +Je*lst fkridian Page 1 HB h. <' ame hurt2B 'y'eAFg'agn from Chios*,.. rJ iiitntd an asw-rtrmiit house. xrt daughter. Miss Doro,h > '' "' i; two giandgrand. h-i %  I .!. M. morta ilngton ave. MICHAEL SlUaE A r--:it..! ;'• %  T| ariTii^nvWK fKT ihi Arrirr,.• %  n ;.k'1..r, Hjrvtvlng are hla wife, 'Augusta, in war* June u at ... r <.n Funeral it MRS. ROSE STEINHAUSER eve., riled JB1 i -• and ** a %  Surviving are two sister*, I Including Mr.,, idsprom thr. br i at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton I'd. LEGAL NOTICE 24 i. Miriam K. Freund, national resident of Hadassah. was ivited to participate in the 1 5th International Congress of rientalists to be held in Moav >w from Aug. 9 to 16. Dr. freund is expected to lecture the development of health, iucation and social welfare the Middle East The Hash president will fly to Soviet Union from Israel. te is scheduled to leave for jel on July 1. MEYER C. JACOBSON %  1 rattDa dr.. died .1 Hecann'.i. II yeini f'nfri n JTItt l.", nd was member of Miami Beach Elks LodM-. hurvivliig a.e ma wife, Heiene; daughter. Mm. Rho..a Sehutman. and a aon. l.ewis. He alao leaven a brother, three sister*, and five grandchildren. Services were on June 26 t It verslde Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH* 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN CHANCERY. No. eOC 610* VSAJ,K SlTIll.KTTI. I la 'Miff, -r: KI'KTTI. int. MOp.QE BY PUBLICATION RIiETTI New Y ,TM, New V<.rk TOU ARE HEREBY N. rTIFIBD been filed against you. Yo ; are r< Aver, I..'. 11 l'i. nth da 1 of J i.. A I >. 1960. 1 therwlse a ; •. nfeseo will 1 • • ntered Hi-a n Dated.al Mi..mi. bade County, Florida, thla 2?th da> of June, 1-tATHKIlM \N (aaal) 1 > N. A HKWITT, Deputy Clark 7/1 -I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N KTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the nndi rail Inmineaa under the fictitious nann uf : 'EN OF SATIN al 127 s.E ]i 1 Miami, Plorl • ii !>ie 1 'lark 1 flicuit Court if Dade County, Florida. 1. '%  •-. %  ••mCUYT.-'JHAKif'i JOT 1: M tROl %  •N M K INNER ust Bldg. Mian HE. Fla M.i IJO and I igo Names Manager ing Blasberg, president of trside Memorial Chapels, has tranced appointment of Arthur pgenthal as general manager JAY L. PURISCH 6. eon of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purtach, 2301 .SW 21st St.. died June after a lung Illness He waa a native of Miami and a student at Silver Bluff Elementary Retool. In addition to his parents, be is survived by two brother*, Arthur and Steven; and his maternal grandmother, Mre. Frieda Messenger Services were June 36 at Gordon h uneral Home. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I'ROFEKSIONAL REALTY at 420S N.W. 7th .Ave Miami Intends to register said name wlfh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON ANCrJ I.I.I. • Sole Own. r 7 1-K-1.-.-25 MARRY WEiNRICM M. of 2400 SW 27th ter., died June j->. He came bare 15 yearn ago from N. York. Surviving are his wife. Ida: and daughter. Mra. Rosa'lnd Mosea. Services were June 26 at Oordon Funeral Home under the direction of Newman Funeral Home. SAMUEL CONOENKRANZ 0. of 160 SW 12th st.. died Ji.n. 14 Ikemde's newest branch, now t^.^;^^ T, t lZ? Mrs Ellrabeth rrnierna. and a slater •Mrs Rose Starr He also leaves two brothers, two grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Services Were June 26 at Gordon Funeral Home. kr construction at SW 37th ave. |17th st. Zweigenthal hai been imian for 25 years, and is now tiatt-d with Riverside at its tr st. chapel. iter President id at 49 Goldin. president and 1 r of South-, [Jewish Onied suddentrie age of sident here past li K c o m in iNew Y pe lived a' w 14th st; Goldin WSJ 1 of the Bibs Company, survived by bis wife. Rose; Selig, who is a law student University of Florida; and Philip, who attends the Uniof Miami. ces were Sunday at Southewisb Center. Some 400 perere present with Rabbi Mautin, .-piiitual leader, officiaticnt was in the Workmen's (section of Mt. Sinai Cemerith arrangements by Gordon II Homo. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engageIn business under the fictitious na— T-MK THAJI, GROCERY A MEAT MARKET at K0 R.W. Sth Street. Miami, Florida intend to register said •ame with the Clerk of the Circuit Couit of Dade Count v. Forlda. I-OCIS AREU, 50% Owner ERNESTINA AREU, M* Owner GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN Attorneya for Registrants 1161 West Flagler St. Miami, Florida 7/1-8-C22 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 1573 1 HiOA M U .! %  • IVEH HERNANDEZ, Pla .tiff, HERNANDEZ OALLJBGrl I, I %  rendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION f. I, I'KIiHo HERNANOEE QALe] '. address unknown, are required to file your answer to Hi. uplalni 'or divorce with the Clerk of the above <"ourt and serve a copy iheieof upon Olno P. Negrettl. Attornev. Sln-ii Congreae Building, Miami, Florida, on or before August 1, 1o, or else complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated this L':.M! ii*\ .if .1 ire. I960. E. B WEATHERMAN, Clerk, '" r lit Court, Lade Oountv, Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.TMAN. 1 !• puty • T/l-Mt-t] NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai -Mil. desiring to engage in inder the fictitious rumi si IPMENT KALER AND SERVICE at n in-il-er mt s W vih Street In 'he 1lot HIM tin, nd %  ras> later Ihi aald name nli the Clerk of the < lrci|U ijnuiL 01 .1 -.,*• inty, rlda. Dated %  •' Miami, Florida, itii~ iwh kNK H Mil.. .1 T U'i.< li A \u. ICE N M,M:H nil '"? '.uilillng Miami It, Ploriil.i 17-T< 7 l- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I ned, daalrlna: t.i engage in inder the fletltlom, name at BEACH ri.r.MIUNi; id al II 8 ,ih Mi.111.1 Beau li. Kl.. intends 10 register said name with the Clerk of ein .n Court of i>ade County. ANTHONY VENT" 1 H DINKLE A, KE8RLER Attorneys ft.r Api>lieant 14 Keybold Building Miami. Fla. /17-?4. 7 I-l ISADORE WEISS of 118"! 8. Blacajrne River dr.. died lun :?. He came h. re 12 years ago from New York. Surviving are his wife. Ray tw na, Henry und SeyMour; two daughters, Mrs. Certrude 1 .in .-nd Mrs. Ar)yn< Courtney; a rtetei 1 D grandchildren, nnd two •aTeat-grani'rhlldren. Serylrea al graveside were Ju-'e 24 at Mt Sinai Cemetery, with Gordon Fmcral Home in charge of arrangements. MRS. SARAH HOROWITZ 70. "f 1X9 NW lJth ave.. died June 1. She came here five year* ago from Blnghamton, NY. Sirviv'ng are her husband, Mux; a son, William; five %  laiujhtera. Mrs. Helen Ahramaky. Mrs. Cella Coston, Mrs Ethel Neswald. Mrs. Beverly Stein, and Mra. Gall Barnes; and eight grandchildren. Services were June 12 at Gordon funeral Home. MRS. DORA KALER 4. of 1140 th et.. died June 20. She came here 34 years ago and was a member of Beth David Congregation. Surviving are two Mini, Tack and Irving; two daughters, Mrs. sol Greenberg and Mrs. Ira Randall; and 10 grandchildren. Services were June L'2 at Gordon Funeral Home. ALBERT MARMER -4, of ISIS Buchanan at., Hollywood, a former Miami resident, died June : %  ••. He lived In Miami lor 2J Surviving are his w:fe. Marian; iwo ROM, William -ind Ronald; a Sausl %  and his mother. Servkea were June le Memorial Chanel, u • %  • at. NOTICE UNPFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 'SIVFV thai the undrrn't-iied devir| r ~ j,, ,. n ... aL business under the fictitious name of 1'HiNK HI^ARTI H1.1.-,. I.M', .1 IN, int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ANNIE Jl'ANlTA P, NEWTON Addj • ea anknotH it Hi wn TK'" ;-iat you are re. ed to file your answer to a complaint l .. ri f.. w th 'he clerk •'' I'I. fore the 1st day of Auguat, IM'l. and aerve a copv IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 50.000 IN RE: Estate of JACOB MEL.NIKER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of JACOB MELNiKER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the'County Judges of Dade Count-, and file 'he aame in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, r'lorlda, within eight calendar mi nths from the date of the first publication heteof, or the safe will be barred. UYN .VKiAIKtK. Aa Executrix of the L*-t Will and Testament of JACOB MEI-NIKER Atto> • 107 i .1% np A. : i:lding Mian: a*. %  %  •-: %  : %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOnci that the under.i'f red, deslilng to engagi i( ssunder the I • • ... • C AP 'I A I. HAI TORINO COMI KS1 mot ;, in'• n i to n i ;-:• i %  I nan • %  .'h the I >ade County, Florida. .. i ncvi Vl N \KRAV1TZ Atti rneys lor A 101 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 4MS2C IN RE: Retste of JAMES KHASSIN NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ail Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of \ou are bereb) notified and required to present anj ciamis and demands which you. 01 either Of you, may hfcve against the estate of JAMES KRAKSIN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorabli County Judges of i County, and ll> the same In I offices In the County Courtl Dade County. Florida, within • s from the date of !h. first publication hereof?. Said claims or demands to contain thlet-al ad%  ilmar.t and to be sworn to ami i real Dted as aforesaid, or eaine w:il be barred. See Section 7W.1I of tl.e mr. Probati Ad Dated June HKh, AD l!n. 18SIN, As fo %  Hi Ttam< nt oi JAMES KRAKSIN, !• %  v. i VAN A WEPM IN tttornoyi foi EJiecutrlx e Building Miami, Florida .'2J.: IN THE ORCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. SOC 5723 GI-ORJA BARBARA KHULI, Plaintiff, vs. ERMAL LEE SHI'LU Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ERMAI, LEE KHI'LL Route 3 Freeport, Ohio YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys. VON ZAMFT AND KRAVITZ. Kit Metropolitan Bank Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of tb.e Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the iind day of July. 1*6C. if you fall to do so. judgment by default w II be taken aa nst you for the relief sought in the Bill of <"omplalnt, I a ted at Miami, Dad, County, Florida, this I7tn Say of June. I MO I LFATHFJRMAN. I t Court (aaa .. ftUEXANDBR %  14, 7/1-g-lS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEHKHV GIVEN that .nderslgned, desiring to engage ia business under the fictitious name of WORK I'UcEMENT CO. at 217 N.B. 7<-ih Street, Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, %  Florida. GAIL HERMAN (sole owner) DAVID DRI CKER A Horn., for Ajwlicant 310 Blsne Building Miami It, Florida S/17-24. 7/l">-| NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of CAMPLJN ASSOCIATES at K.OO0 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. FJ. ri U s to register said name wit* •r.e Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad* county, Florida. J. D. CAMPLJN CI.VHK B PORTER, JR. • y f. r J D Camplln S/17-24 7 1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nor %  E IB HEREBY GIVEN that the underselrittE to engage ia r the fi.-tln ie of M8H1NB WHOUS8AUE FDOW100 RW ".7 Avenue. Miami. Florida Intends to register said naiae 1 'I-* of the Circuit Court Florida. 4 SHINE Fl.oVVERS. INC. i Aahkenaa, President SE I.EMLICH Atte. Sunahlne rTowera, Inc. /l7-:4. 7'i-l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN PROBATE No. 4MS1-B IN BE: Estate of BVA SEPI.ER. Deceased NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To *.!! Credltois ami All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against th. .state of EVA SEPUER. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in ike County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within elgiit calendar montaa i he date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. DANIFI, SEPL£R MACK SFI'l.ER, A Earn uti rs of the Uaat Will and Testament CHEREN A GOLDEN neya for Executors sliding Mian da M T'l-H "uV Miami, Florida, attorney for the Plaintiff, wise a default will be entered against you. i>a. ."th dav of June, 194)0. J. F. McCRAKEN. Clerk C "'II .1 R. (seal) By: JAMES C HBNSON, Deputy %  "•• fc 7/1-8-15-22 NEED ROOFING? Specializing in Re-Roofing BENTONE ROOFING COMPANY "YOU'VE TRIED THE REST, NOW TRY THE BEST" "SINNV CURIUA" 15 S.W. 113th Court Phons CA 1-6136 Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "MIUII miAmi's riasr In £xc/o*Jv laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 11111 N.W. 19th AVINUI PHONE Ft f-55*3 NfT'Cf BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. eOC (096 ANNA EIN. Pla. ABE i IN. Def-nili.rit. UIT FOR D'VORCE iTO AUK ; IN You, Al N, are hereby ed U't : for >ce haa been filed against you. and you are required to serve a our Answer or Pleading to the Bill I of Co mpla int on the rdaPeT'Ts -• nay ITZ AND HELPER, 70 First Street. Miami Bea li. r lorloa. and fl'c the original Answei or Pleading In th< office of the Clerk of lb fire nn or before the L'ith da., .'f J :> 1J60. If you fall to do fiidtdefa-.ilt Will be taken avainM y, u fi>r the at Miami. SBth d.y of June la, t IMC (seal) By %  & m:i, irida [Attorneys for Plaint.ff 7/1-t, IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'iT OF FLCR'DA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERV, Ne. 60C S70S I If, H. %  I mt. NOT CE BY PL'BL'CATiON HER K H1R.CH i nue ~TR K HIRSCH, are hereby n< titled that a Bill of I rce has > agaln-t you. and > pla nl i I LBON K HV H Rl'l an Bank Hull Mi.ml IX, ^ loi Ida, and Inal Answer or Plea ings in lie of the Clerk of ihe before the .2nd day of July. !S() If >ou fail to do so, Judgment by delault will be taken against you for ihe relief demanded In th. D' : Miami, da. this 16th da) i HERMAN, %  i Of the "OUrt I>ade County Court House M-ami, Florida (aaal) By: C Lv ALEXANDER. Denuty flerk %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. .N PROBATE, No. 429*4 B IN i. late of I l.lf HTKNM I'TTER. aeed NOTICE OF MENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE hereby given that we Filial Report snd Petition I %  n and Fm.il Discharge atOTi "f the i state of :.W A IJCHTENRTETTEat, dend that on the 7th day of ply to the Honorable of I>ade Col %  i> Ida. f al of said l-'ina' R. on and I inal dlsrbarv ea. -named decedent. : Jum l N 1.1CMTENSTETTBR M KERM A N" HE1MAN 4 KAPI^AN %  y^ %  r\ Fifty Huilding Miami, Florida 6/10-17-24. 7/1 NOTICE UNDER F'CT.TiOUS NAME LAW N th tt to tnf.ii • : i"Us na %  register said name with ih. i f 1 lade d. MS Miami IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4CS43-C IN RE: Eslate of EULA O MAOUIRE. T>erand. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Al) Persons Having Claims or liemands Against SaJd Estate eby notified and required to ptesent any claims and demands wVii"h you may have agatant the ELLA C MAGJ J1WL deceaaed late of i'ade I iiorfda. to f nlgea of l>ade : Me same in their house In Fl .rtda, within eight %  m Ihe dsii cl th~ %  he same 'AMES MAiMMPE. JR.. Adrn ATinexo Attorney dg. Miami 32, Fla. /10-17->4. T/I



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Pcge 8-A +Jeislfhridian Jewish Vocational Service Proposes Rehabilitation Program for Federal Aid ere will be more aged and u .e program (or the year beat>d entering the labor m. • ^g Feb 1. 1961. the fa proposed respecific purposes of the project Sabilititton project self the green WCM \^ be to develop and improve from the Federal 01f.ee cf ^ wor |capac ities of older hand\ ational Rehabilitation :cappd persons to better their According to Llovd L Ruk:n. chances of job placement* in the present. Jewish Vocational Sc-rvopen labor market; to strengthen ic his agencv has submitted an and increase the state and comapphcation to the Federal governmunity resources for older handi rrent which would provide funds capped persons who have not been to JVS for demonstration job ad adequately served with traditional jt>:.Tient program at the agency s methods: to employ selective^ job workshop. placement techniques in combination workshop training and experience. Under the prevision* af the Federal grant, the Jewish Vocational Service Workshop would provide vocational diagnosis, workshop evaluation, vocational and personal adiustment, 100 placement, vocational training, and on-the fob follow up. The blueprint of the program, approved by the JVS board of directors, was recently presented in Washington, DC, by the JVS executive director Dr. Michael Goodman to Fred Schumacher, consultant of the Demonstration Grants Section of the Federal Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. Approval of the proposal has teen tentatively received from The project, drawn up and de Oaod i! Andrews, director of the vised by Dr Goodman, is based on Florida Vocational Rehabilitation a similar program conducted by Division. The Jewi-h Vocatior.il 'he Federation Employment and Service is requesting better thar. Guidance Service, the New York 7.000 from the Federal govern City JVS agenccy. The DA Departaatr.t for financing the major COM ment of Labor predicted in a recent study that there will be an in_ ... _, r*_n crease in the number of older per laMM Chosen fO SfOft ~ 0 ns by about 20 per cent so that T> w cif. .i 'here will be a total of almost 34 Rabbi Samuel S. Lerer. spiritual mUlion workm ma 45 by ig7Q kader of Temple Beth Sholem. _. „ ,, ... Final decision on the grant will Hollywood, and Mrs Lerer have ^ nandcd dwn by the ^^ — beer, chosen by the national office visory committee of the Federal Jewish Vocational Service officers at recent first annual meeting. Left to right (seated) are Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. vice president, 195^60; Lloyd L Ruslcin. reelected president; Mis. Charles P. Feinberg, vice president. Left to right (standing) are Barney Bernstein, vice president; Albert J. Hirsch, vice president, 195960; Sam I. Keiman, honorary president; Clemen J. Ehrlich. vice president; Dr. Michael GoodWeber Painting Goes to Brandeis man, executive director. Other officers not shown are Dr. Jess Spirer. vice president; Mrs. Sam Stark, secretary; and Marshall Harris, treasurer. Board of directors elected for threesyear term were Barney Bernstein. Harold Goldfarb. Marshall Harris, Charles Hertsoff. Sam Luby. jr.. Dr. J. R Schwartz. ]ess Sc'-.wartr. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Sam Stark and Arthur L. Willner. By Special Report WALTHAM. Mass. -Whither Now." by Max Weber, a painting motivated by the eminent artist's of lnited Synagogue Youth to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation staff of the L'SY Israel Pilgrimage. >ome t,m "> October. They will emhark on a seven-week The Jewish Vocational Service is trip through Israel and Europe be a member agenev of the Greater r "ction to the Nan attack on the gmning July 7. with 120 teen-ager. Miami Jewish Federation and the B* r '"> Jesrie* community in Nofcom Conservative temple* Dade County Welfare Planning %  %  *•". 1938. has been presented throughout the Lnited States Council. lo Brandeis University by Mr. and i Mrs. Weber The pamting. which becomes part of the university's permanent art collection, portrays two Jewish patriarchs praying for a homeland. The ar.ist describes this painting a* "the need to express pic tonally my sorrow and horror at the grief and shame of the Crystal Night and the subsequent crimes that shocked the civilized world as a means of helping to eradicate Nazi evil and hate." Weber's work, which has been critically recognized as being in the forefront of American painting for the last two generations, is permanently represented in the principal museums and galleries of the country' An exhibit of his work was a significant feature of the Creative Arts Festival at Brandeis in 1957 Noted Economist Leads Soles Push By Special Report NEW YORK Robert R. Nsthan. former economic advisor in the Roosevelt and Truman admin i-trations will head a major American effort in the sale of Israeli securities in the United States, it was announced here. One of the country's leading economists. Nathan was elected chairman of the board of the newlyorganized firm of Brager 4 Company, the nation's only broker trading exclusively in Israeli secun, ties. 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Pag* 4-B JmistifhrtdlM Friday. July 1. I960 J„ tL Igtalm of Society Honor Students Married Here MIM \..MO Oak) PrMd >"''•"'"• M„ Award Iw T" Paatrotl %  •; ,.„, cvrtmoniM on SUMS) v M .., tha Ron*) PtaM total MM MorrM •'•"' 1,ul •to irHta to "• *•• %  *•* jf V, and MM JW %  *• %  W 8 s:>> MMh v* ITw iraom H the aaa ,t Ml and MM MM OoWrtMa, || s\\ Mlh l.v M.iKvn ol hOWM WM MM iTrW GoMxtrm Mr Mnraj MM* M,v S( ; .nl.N Funk. MMl Mfi M Vrta rlohausw ""'"' bwdeamaidi M(M Suaan PNM %  '" ll,ll,r MMtaunaM I,X,I\ tioMatc n ai Mel Ml Uttora nuUuW DI ^ •'•' MI man Dt Ja*h Sandlet Malcolm .. ,, ..,,J Richard (toodwM rv, bride choaa •< wnrt oi Uj.ni.) fMJ rhi atnon n.vUme MM) point to h.io.t llMMi emhwd o..,i wttli aad MHi i"** i> 11 H ,i trtmawd *Rt manatMt MM „..,, i NKM i cMpaJ • TV.three ""•<•.! t*'^*:*-"''*^' v ,, %  Imported rtlli IHnaina •** %  i.-i' *> MM lM* i ttara Mf tiUMMi >'" MMl pMrM The bndal MMJMl MKhliH Ml .-..-i MM cnwm> Fihle \ .>.-,• Mta I'JMIMII hoM* „ \: fc S OHC 1 ID RdMca I • high honoT> tt\MV. ..i PtorMta •*•*• i ol Delta l** v •, \ ... r •, ,' MffM v hnamw TV boMM x Mtrw INM the t v •'%  • ir Uaat .:uate. %  Kn*> v a ...... si :he SMMH I Brenners Leave For Jamaica edUnd and Jawft ee* > v I 1 W* I .-na.'hMiU nwaa %  \ ••-> v K T* TV >irwf at?rMtV." acaK4M I w • x M n n w iit it at mi mt&t **sr ftwi MOVING %  V hc*ir y 0*r*J Mw taw i >•.: mf ? f f ^: PhyHi ;,$ Abramson And Jon Serbin Exchange Vows relatives and friends Mi> W.rn. i K.i munm CWTOOVA Celia Postol Now Mrs. Cordova Mr and Mr* \lmn Cordova • ill IIN-C in HarUord Con jfwr thrir hc-rr dr Miami Brach. TV ".rs. Abe CorJa ,NJ HanKvd Maids *( hx>n P.ane C ^ h e n RndesjRaxb included Hiarn N ma Sue r*M. lraaa MMfar. and par Gam. Jack C.rv. \a MMi as best man err Krintr.it lordtna. Ramon Cohen. Arthvr Cohen, and mdk TV hnde attewVed Miami Reach Cfc SchoaJ aatd tV Uarn| ol V^mt TV (roaan ml to Hart lard shah Some 300 witncaMd the •**>'" n rhvllis Abramson and Jon Serhin [t hcFonta.nebkaulMitcI.on.Sun. na> nine 19. Rabbi Leon Kron.sh olficiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. James Abramson The £JT parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Serbin. Ma.d of honor was Miss Harriot Abramson. si s t e r of the hr.dr Bridesmaids included Arlene KapIan. Susan Beldner. Susan Sabe Marjone Lawenberg. and Marianne Serbin. Flower girl was Molly BM. Mark Brown was nngbearer. Both are the children of Mr. and Mrs. David Brown, of Cleveland The bride chose an elegant candlelight imported and embroidered alcncon lace gown lavishly beaded with seed pearls and iridesccnts and featuring an Empire line with peon de soie trim A huge self-fabric roaa topped the full chapel train Her matching peau de soie headpiece had several flowing layers of French imported illusion. The bride carried a bouquet of white orchids and lilies-of-lhe-valley. Louis Serbin was best man for his brother. Ushers included NorI man Broad. Bruce Rogow. Billy Nathan, Mervin Serbin. and Steve COMB. The ceremony was performed in a formal garden of growing vine* with a canopy of yellow and white flowers bedecking the four-column canopy, on top of which were perched two white lovebirds, the theme of the wedding. Their Romance" was the title of a song written bj the MOB composer-uncle, fctaunce Shapiro. oi Washington PC. in their hon or, rltl lyrich> the bride's %  Other Jackie Heller, a guest at the M dedicated a song to them. The couple left for a honeymoon aboard the Santa Paula on a cruise I Curacao. Dutch West In Guam, Aruba. Kingston. an,. .. week in Ocho Rios Jamaica. .'ntinuing to Na>-au. Tr..\ will continue with their in Cambridge. M Local Women Named Officers Mrs Max Rubin was installed president at tV ninth annual encampment of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Department of Florida, ncently heJd M Tampa, i She is a member of West Miami Auxiliary 223. Mrs mWt :< Wanda, of Abe Hor owitr Auxibary. was installed corresponding secretary. Mrs. Max Kern, of Miami Beach Auxiliary g president ot the Departn crida. v.as named liaison off Choi Chcpltf Heeling i hai chapter of B'nai Bruh had an Ann Defamation League meet Wednesday evening at the Mum: Beach Federal bWg 407 Lincoln rd QMM speaker waJerr> Robin>on. chairman oi the -orv board of ADL. whose topic nwr t'limc { WOW! \ I for mogc-o*M iweals..| ; W KOSHER I SLICED BOLOGNAS KOSHfl VISIT V.U a asm Lozarowitx, Fogel Off to % a th c i*r Keae*a >iimdA JM* 1 V tor* fc*Mt Saaaari Kan* TV WWMT Mm Am Fi*ri %  K mtia *t Mr MI \ 1 i in L r^ai. ?aM SW S*M wr "V rxvaa .-. :W w. a* Mi and • *t M. aw • •*. aaMJM "^oot *•• % > in i ia t o d l .. a M .-. BAKERY ASK FOR THE BEST IN YOL'R FAVORITE FOOD AAARKET RUTTiRFiAKE NEW YORK tYi PUMPERNICKEL CMALAH ROLLS RAGELS o MBM YOtK tAKftKS. MIC J€ 1-7117 As* tm AN WO* K Kim PtOWKTS Corned IMMI, Pastrami, KnsffMl Frmkfwrtors M >r hi Miami it's FLORIDAF O R E M O S T DAIRIES PlKMe FR 44421 WiM KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. HV4S51



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Friday. July 1. 1980 Woman Named Choir Director Mrs. Ben (Terri) Grossberg was this week named choir director of Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Joseph Ro&enfeld, president of congregation, said Mrs. Grossberg previously acted as soloist and director of the North Shore Jewish Center Choir. Mrs. Grossberg received her education at the Juilliard School of Music in New York City and the University of Miami. Associate with the American Theatre Wing, she is presently understudy for Metropolitan Opera star Renata Tebaldi in the role of "Andrea Chenier" scheduled next season here. Last year, she was understudy to Eileen Farrell. Mrs. Grossberg won an Opera Guild scholarship to the University of Miami, and also study at the university's school of music on another scholarship next semester. She is married to Cantor Ben | Grossberg, and the couple have four daughters. Skit to be Featured Mrs. Melvin Richard, newly-installed president of Opti-Mrs. of fiami Beach, will conduct her first ncet ing at noon on Tuesday at the eville hotel. "Miss Out of This Universe," written by Mrs. Staney Peal, program chairman, will j part of the afternoon's enter linment. Page 3-B Home Builders Planning Show International shrine going up in a kibbutz in Galilee to commemorate the 6.000,000 Jews who perished under Hitler is being aided by an American committee under the chairmanship of Leon Uris (left), author of "Exodus," who addressed a series of functions across the United States held in honor of Zivia Lubetkin (center), heroine of the Warsaw Ghetto revolt and now a member of Kibbutz Lochamei Haghettaot. The project, aided by Histadrut, will require $250,000. Shelley Winters (right), winner of an Academy Award for her role in the film version of "The Diary of Anne Frank." conducted the recent appeal in New York City. The Ghetto Fighters' Museum and Archives contain much material that will be used in the trial of Nazi henchman Adolf Eichmann. The Home Builders Assn. of South Florida has set Nov. 13 to 20 as the date for its annual HomeShow in Dinner Key Auditorium. Now in its s evente enth year, the event has become tne Biggest showcase for home building materials, products and methods in Southeastern United States. Last year, the show's MO exhibit bao+h o were occupied by manufacturers and distributers from every sectien of the coon try. Their vast display of build ing and home improvement products drew a record smashing crowd of 256,(100. Gene S. Fisher, president of the sponsoring organization, noted that the show has continued to improve and set new attendance records each year since its birth. With a long line of exhibitors already requesting space reservations, he predicts that the trend will continue this year. Fisher anjunmced the app ment of Bernard Janif aw Home Show committee chairman J S. Gassaway has been renasted director. Informal Donee Held Here An informal record dance was featured at the regular mom j meeting of Temple Juries Your.g Adults on Sunday evening. Tie group is sponsored by the Coral Gables synagogue to provide social activities for single men a:id women between 18 and 35. It holds meetings, picnics, dances and parties throughout the year, and wall have a full schedule of activities all summer long. Women's Confab In Switzerland Srft moms SOLS Cart Be Boot STRICTLY KOSHER MARKET 744* COILINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH We hovo tho west expensive moots THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS' KOSHER MADE. PAN READY PULLETS 3*c u SHOULDER 98c„ BREAST FLANKEN 79 LB. FREE DELIVERY NOK1M MIAMI 'BEACH We Specialize in Freezer Orders at Wholesale Prices We BAR-B-Q Anything Purchased Here U mmar S*oro Moon: Moo. thru Thu.i 7 A M S 30 P.M.. Fri. 7 AMMO P M .PHONE UN 6-o226 p >^ vaHHaaaaaBaaBBBBBB WANTED! 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Delegations were present from ICJW affiliates in South Africa, Iran, India. Israel, Argentine, Brazil, Australia. New Zealand, Canada, England. France. Sweden and Switzerland. Yugoslavia, which is not affiliated with the ICJW. will send an official observer for the first time. Major issues discussed at the international gathering included improved education to ensure the sur] vival of Jewish values, improve-; ment of the status of women in j many countries, and the training of women volunteers for new child welfare programs, golden age clubs, thrift shops and other services which are budding among the Jewish women's groups from Teheran to Rio de Janeiro. Dr. John R. Rces of London, president of the World Federation for Mental Health, addressed the women leaders on mental health problems in the modern world. Delegates also heard from Mme. Marie-Helene Lefaucheux, of Paris, president of the International Council of Women, and Henry Shaw, director of the Hillel FoFun dation of Great Britain. Keynoter at the sessions was Mrs. Benjamin Robinson of Montreal, president of the ICJW. From Switzerland, the U.S. group will proceed to Jerusalem, where the ground-breaking ceremony will take place Sunday for a new campus that the NCJW is building for the Hebrew University Secondary School, the educational experimentation and practice teaching center of the John Dewey School of Education of Hebrew University. Mrs. Stanley Myers, of Coral Gables, is serving as acting national president of the NCJW during Mrs. Hymes' absence from the country. Semi-Finals Sunday Finals of the WTVJ "Little Miss America Contest" will be h e 1 d Sunday, July 3. at the Miami Seaquarium on Rickenbackcr Causeway. WTVJ will televise the finals as a remote telecast from the Seaquarium at 4 p.m. RDINC'S • •••^ ft. atefv, !" LaBVvwwoee! w 9:00 w. p.u. 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.. 1J '"•Jewish Floridian €— M* m !" JEWISH (/N/Tr and THE iEW/SN M tKLY Volume 33 — Number 27 Miami. Florida. Friday. July 1, 1960 Two Sections — Price 204 Marine Corps and Justice Dep't. Cross Wires on 'Nazi Party' JTA— By Direct Tltyp Wire „„ .w. AM^ !" — %  — w ..: --.1 ... _.:„.: .w. i u ._J ly Direct Tiltl/pt w.r. WASHINGTON The activities of a mc Tiber of the United States Marine Corps in the American Naii Party found the Corps and the Department of Justice Tuesday at odds over the facts of the case. The Marine Corps has taken the posit I or that it could not take action against the Marine because the Juttice Department had advised teat the NJ/I group was not on the Attorney General's subversive list, and there was no violation of the law. Assistant Attorney General J. Walter Yeagley informed the JTA Tuesday that "neither I nor anyone in the Department of Justice to my knowledge has furnished the Marine Corps with an opinion concerning the affiliation of Ma rines with the American Nazi Party." He added that regulations for the conduct of Marines "is not within the province of the Department of Justice. Likewise any determination as to whether such regulations have been violated is not a matter within the jurisdiction of the Department." The Marine Corps asserted its contention that the Marine's affiliation with the Natia was legal because the party was netsnMw Attorney General's list. The Department of Justice was reported Tuesday to be continuing its inquiry into activities of Rockwell and his American Nazi Party, but the assistant attorney general noted that, before the Department could take action. "there must be specific evidence to establish a violation of a specific Federal statute." He pointed out that "not-withstanding the highly offensive nature of the activities, they usually involve the interpretation and application of the free speech and assembly guarantee* of the First Amendment and the Constitution.'* A delegation, representing the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, headed by Ben Strouse, chairman of the regional ADL board, conferred with Secretary of the Interior Seaton Tuesday oa the continuing use of a District oc Columbia park area under the Department's jurisdiction for rallies by the Rockwell group. New York State Arrests Rockwell for Disorderly Conduct in Courthouse •U4AT IATHI IN OFFIMO? PACE 10-A JTA —By Direct "'•Ittyp. Wira NEW YORK-.*, warrant was baaed here Tuesday for the arrest of perietal Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwc.: on chargea of ^orderly conduct and inciting to rn>; The complain*, signed by Lester Fahn, a member of the Jewish ir Veterans of New York, referred to the incident in the Supreme .irt hr .ding las', week, in which* pkwefl was mobbed by some 150 jvon< after makin? anti-Semitic Jiarks during a television inter in the court build inn Rock v. dl b arrested on the basis of | i arrant whenever he enters New rfc state. BtN-GURIQN BACK AT HIS DESK Eshkol to Leave for Meanwhile, a temporary ini iinctior batwiini the activities of tockwell's party in Hew York Ktate was issued Tuesday by |ete Supreme Court Justice Louis Friedman. |The ordaT, which was requested New York State Sen. Frank Pino Id Assembly man Irwin Brown in. of Brooklyn, directed Rock II to appear in court on Aug. 22 show cause why he should not permanently enjoined from con rung activities In New York ite under the name of "Amer kn Nazi Party." and from using -wast.ka emblem. [KoekweJ did not appear at the taring. He notified the court by Iberties Union had advised him warn that the American Civi! lo appear. [If Kockwell doss not appear in lew York State by Aug. 22 to acept > tog in New York on Labor ^ J^ dem0nrtratl0 s .w. The resolution lauded all non-vio___ luni.e Fredman, in issuing the'* .. thod| of demonstration to StRBpi STSS Student 'Practical Joke' Backfires at to our way of Ufa." if news•<*" a Uty o( *r reports about his statements uon "' &f *** w y re true. J treatment. $00 delegates expressed mm* Kpotrs Noted American historian *ad writer Max Lerner offers • virwi on the Adolf Eich %  *"' rial in the second in a %  ">•' this week's issue. %  ** i : the Dead: In Me ••"an Page g-A. The r appo s ition t the reading of the B.ble in public scheoH lor devotional purposes. rt *T*" of circumstance* under wtucn aucti readings were held. The delegates also critic./. d reading of the B.ble in schools without comim .quired b> existing law "> m B > ** ,e Continued en Page 7 A or. MANX 'HESTER. N H. (JTA) The Manchester In.on Ufa week denounced editorially an apparent prank appeal in the student newspaper of Keen* Teacher' College for contributions to save Adolf F.chmann. the Nazi war criminal now awaiting trial .n lorial The Manchester newspaper reproduced he edi-1 from The Monadnock and said that "if this opposed to be humor, it is in atrocious bad taste KJ. MtiMi piece, it completely fantastic that publication of a normal schooL which is preparing teachers. %  sU ch an article to appear.' should allow "An explanation by the administration of Keene Teachers College to the people of the state of New Hampshire should be forthcoming immediately," the editorial concluded. The student newspaper editorial described Eichmann as a "young member of the intellectual elite" who "soon proved to be highly skilled at his task" of exterminating all non-Aryans, and "in only four years, with a series of brilliantly executed plans, succeeded in liquidating 6,000.000 impures." Remarking that "this great man would have Continued en Pago 9-A



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... Page 10-B +k*ls*n*rktkt) Friday, toy I, iseo > Federation Streamlines Executive Committee Board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last week moved to streamline Federations executive committee for the sake of increased efficiency in the future. Action came at a board of governors meeting Thursday at the Algiers hotel. Federation's executive committee, until now nu mbering an unwieidly 115 members. wa* brought down to a more workable body of 38. in addition to officers of Federation and chairmen of standing committees. In a report to the board of governors. Circuit JIK'-JO Irving Cypan, chairman of tho nominating committee, declared that "there it no Federation anywhere in a community of our siio whoso executive committee is composed or more than 20 to 25 persons." Suggesting that tapered-down e\ Federation Moves Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration this week moved into its new and permanent quar ters in the Federation build ing at 1317 Biscayne hlvd. New telephone is FR 30411 C. Myers. Max Orovitz. Leo Robinson. Joseph M. Rose. Arnold SeedSuggesting that tapered-down ex I )ohn ^^ Jgcob Sh( r Fred erutive body would strengthen its R sho( ht .,_ Isidor B simkowitz. aelivities. Cypen urged election of w ,„ ]arT) si the 38-mem her Mate as return tended by his remittee. "*£ ** !" \ ^^ fifi" Responding with resounding af BuoM BSpat*. Mrs. M.ltun firkin, firmation by elOMd talk*, the John Temple, and Carl Weinkle. board Of rovernon elected the 38The new executive committee man slate, including Sidney Ansm, represents a reduction of some 50 Sidney AronwiU, Sam Black. Dapercent in this top Federation body. Vid Catsman. Leo Chaikin. Leo In another report to the board of Eisenstein. Martin Fine. David : governors adopted by voice vote. Fleeman. Samuel Fricdland. Sol Lwn Kaplan, chairman of the bud Coldman Mrs. I.ouis Glasscr. Jack Kt committee, listed the commit Gordon Ernest Jams. Howard tee's recommendations for 1960 alKane Leon Kaplan. M. J Kopol -locations to Federation local, naowitz. CaJ Kovens. Sidney Lefcourt. Sam (' Levcnson. J. Gerald Lewis. Joseph V Lipton. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. A J. Molasky, Stanley tional and overseas agencies. Recommended locally wort: Baron do Hirsch Loan Fund, $500, Bureau of Jewish Education, $42,500; chaplaincy pro11 aafc, PERMA-GLAZE NOW AVAILABLE TO POOL OWNERS Nraa-lltit it • |MiiM atatat (late tbat eeabiaet the strtsftb tl teaereta %  ila tba beaaty of a ceramic i art act. Mt teaalaet rialtb it at hart at Barbie. It it %  •ttrarsat, tirtpreel, Bir-preel, aaa-ttalaiagt la short, wtrteally iadeatreetible. Nraii-li.it bat trtauatsei arehiteeteral tppteL Met aaly Mm M tfiar a ptraaaaat, sasltary, Beiateeaaat-traa tarltaa, bat It aaasiderabl* ttrtaftbtaa tba Material la wMet M It applied, ftma-tlait at* bt atad to beeettty aay rigid torlaat, aaab at ataiaat, aaaartto btoak. aiadar btaab, brtok. ststee. %  iaettr. tr aabattot baard. Ht aartonaiaaa it paraatoad tor bet latoriar sat artortor aaalicatitat. Nttoptd la Eartps. Nnat-tUxt bat baaa aafaaaaa tareoffc raatareb aad aedtra aatertalt to tba eograe •bee* It it aa %  ttobad by aay etber teaeat giait. Tbt ttt at ferai-tint It aaltt tott. Aad. at a flatoaad peel dmtiag. It aastatt to toat tbaa 21 par teat if to* test it eeraaia tilt, Tba aaaaaay af Nraallaxa ttatieatt tvea attar lattallaHaa. tor it retains at aiiattataee. It ua bt aatbad itk ardiaary taapt mi a-ttargtatt. Aad It ralaiat rto atlor, btaaty aad lattrt laaeflalttly. TWt .*. pradaat it balag applied by aw L f. POPE IL M M Wt.. te aaay talaalag ptalt aad trtoher aad iatortor -.Hi •f sMp, la tba Miaal arts. 2501 N.W. 75th ST. L. F. POPFJJ. CO., Ine. OX 1-8551 %  tram. $2,000; Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Ml*,000; Jewish Family and Child| ren's Service, $1I9.000; Jewish I Vocational Sarvieo, $4.000; Jewish Homo for the Aged, $•1.000; Mt. Sinai Hospital, $210,000; Mt. Sinai Hospital special grant for moving, $5,000; and national Council of Jewish Women, $3,800. Also recommended for 1960 was 1 a Federation allocation of $695,483 I to the United Jewish Appeal. Overall allocations total $2,006. 731. According to Kaplan's report, the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal netted $1,653,000. Three Federation agencies, the Home for the Aged. Jewish Family and Children's Service, and the Community Center, participate in Dade county's United Fund, whose allocation to them this year is $300,000. The difference between the bud get committee's total recommendation for 1960 expenditures and the joint CJA-United Fund income of $1,953,000 represents a deficit spending figure of $54,000. which the board of governors adopted upon the committee's recommendation. In another message to the board of governors. Sam J. Heiman. president, declared that the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal had raised insufficient funds to meet the Jewish community's current pressing needs. Declaring that "we must hold the line at this time if we are not to endanger the professional standards of our local agency programs." Heiman urged immediate planning for the 1961 CJA campaign. Announcement of Joseph Lipton. president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., as chairman of the '61 drive, was made the week before at the 22nd annual meeting of Federation at the Americana hotel. Scene from "Tho Brides of Dracula," technicolor production now playing at the Colony Theatre. Alo allowing in a double bill is "The Leech Woman." Ad Agency Named Counsel Bishopric. Green and Ficlden has been named advertising counsel for the Miami Seaquanum. according to Burton Clark. Womctco Enterprises representative at ; the Seaquarium. Located on Virginia Key off I Rickenbacker Causeway, the SeaIquarium has become a famed touri-t attraction and gained international renown for its display of marine life. Since it opened in 1955. j nearly three million persons have i passed through the turnstiles. Ballet Stars Due tack With Pep Orchestra Sunday Tnt season's third University oj Miami Summer Symphony Pop esacert on Sunday marks the return engagement of conductor Hugo Fiorato and the dance artistry of Melissa Hayden and Andre Eglevsky. top start of the New York City Ballet Company, who won enthusiastic applause f r o m 3.400 concert goers last Sunday evening. The program features Mist Hay. den, a prima ballerina, and Eglcvsky, "danseur noble," performing the Pas de Deux of the Black Swan from the third act of Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake." la addition, the pair will duet in GUzounov's "Pas de Dix" ballet Miss Hayden and f glovsky have appeared numerous times an networfc television and in frequent world-wide tours. The major orchestral offering by Fiorato, conductor of the New ; York City Ballet Company will be selections from Act 11 of "Swan Lake." 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i Pago 2-A Jewlsi> DoridHiar Prod Arabs to Recognize Israel, Kennedy Urges U.S. WASHINGTON-!JTA)—Son John F. Kennedy, leading aspirant (or Democratic nomination for the office of l\S. President, lauched upon the Middle East situation in a programatic speech which he delivered in the Senate this week. He outlined hi> viewon the Arab Israel conflict and said that the I'nited States must try 'to hasten the inevitable Arab acceptance of the perm anence of Israel l„ n( j j n f u i| partnership with the We must formulate, with both Middle Eastern nations, all are imagination and restraint, a new parts of a long-range strategy that approach to the Middle East — not is both practical and in the best pressing our case >o hard that the interests of all concerned." he deArabs feel their neutrality and na clared. tionalism are threatened, but ac Meanwhile, chairman J. W. Fulcepting those force* and seeking ; b rjgh ot tne Senate Foreign Rela to help channel them along con :, jons committee made a speech on structive lines, while at the same the Senate floor urging Israe ii an d Q ^ time trying to hasten the inevit able Arab acceptance of the permanence of Israel." Sen. Kennedy said. "We must giv our suport to programs to help people instead of regimes — to wrU in forms of their problems, not ours—and seek a permanent settlement among Arabs and Israelis bated net on an armed truce but on mutual self-interest. 'Guns and anti-C'ommuni>t pact> and propaganda and the traditional piecemeal approach are not enough — refugee resettlement and private statements than they are in a regional re-ources development their public pronouncements." Arab leaders to overcome their 'ir'rational emotion" and settle their I differences. He blamed both Janitor Service PRE! ESTIMATES 2-NOUR SERVICE • Bestatss • Offkt • *• %  • UCfNSfO D0N0ED lusveto AA and J FLOOR WAJCIMG A PORTER SERVICE 215 N.E. 59th Street PL -mi lt% DISCOUNT WITH THIS AD Temple ludea Dance Second in a series of informal bi-weekly record dances were held Sunday evening by the Temple Judea Young Adult Club. MORTGAGES $500,000 Private Moat) CHAS. HIME PenMoeat er CewstmHse New er 0U PreeertWs CeMtrectiM • • Cess-feei. MeAs leem e Is! er lad 6r... feet er Lease* K-B Broker MS CALUMET en r*t je* Cutler Ridge Party Caribbean Jewish Congregation Sisterhood held a Sisterhood Tup perupirc party at Cutler Ridge Regional Shopping Center Arcade on Monday. FREE INSPECTION CONSULT TMI TILIHONI ewfCToer roe TMI OKIN Of MCI NIAIIST YOU SINCE ORKIN 1901 y&%y eWtCC Prescription SpeciaVrsts NOW IN TWO MODERN AIR-CONDITIONED, INIARCI0 BIACM LOCAftOM MOM PAMCMNI SPACE CONVfNfJNT TO MfSCS 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phene JE 8 7425 fatr. Washiftften Ae. MesaeaiM 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phene JE 8-0749 OCUtlSTS' PRESCRIPTIONS WJB1 CONTACT ItNSES r %  Rabbi Joseph L Rackovsky MS MICHIGAN AVI MIAMI BEACN Rfceea M 1-SSBS INSURANCE Theodore A. Heller WE HAVE IIMITEO FUNOS ON GOOD 1st MORTGAGES AT SEASONABLE RATE Of INTEREST 401 W.ih,n,ion An. JE S-3704 BMeajJ Beech 3t>, PL*. .t JE S-O7S0 AFTER a WE INSTALL GLASS EOR EVERY WIU'OSE STORE FRONT PLATE ANO WINDOW GLASS fareifara Tees, el*W Hkfrt sad teairreriae Our SeeciaJfy. L & C. GLASS ANO MIRROR WORKS ISA S.W. 1th ST. Imvrit OrHa Pheav ER 1 1143 *jTiir r ONE STOP AGENCY JEWELRT— FURS— MISCELLANEOUS PLOATIRS AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY A PHTSICAL DAMAGE Lieiitt te meet yo.. mf! The Aeencv that CAN te* YES! Dot i let year eeeat soy "It Caa'r Be Deae" ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. IT R.E. FB l-ttll 1st AVE. Fl I 4MS Attention All Organizations! FUND RAISING COUNSEL & ASSISTANCE RELIABILITY INTEGRITY PEIFOtMANCE H. L Dunsky & Associates Wl 5 5570 "ProgreasLng with Onr Many Satisfied Customer*" ANOTlsa LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. -ART• "AUMnr %  -MArTon rauco eon Corol Way & S.W. 27th Avo. S40 S.W. fm St PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Strrimt fee Jewish Com mumity Siace ?26 MIAMI'S ONE AND OMIT JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING fiaifSIVEir TO TNE JEWISH OMNTELE GUARANTHD FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PIKES IN MJAMJ! GB*V* NAUCIRS HEADSTONES fwersroKts Only $45.00 Why Pay Mere? Bay for leu at Palmer's and Save I All Meaemeafs Cusiem Mede la Oar OWM Sheas witeie 3 Deft I 3277 79 81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Meat fa Career af 33rd Aveeae •! H! US RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS Phone JE 1-1151 MIAMI SCACH 1250 Normandy Drive 1236 Washington Avenue IBM Alton Road Wei FiegJer nd 20th Avenwe HI 3*2221 24-Hr. Ambu l an c e Service Ah £*••*•• %  Irvi leBie-We UrrWS Ul lt r ED Ne* York.7th St. A Ame>reUm Ave.



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Friday. July 1, 1960 vJenisti Fkrkfiain Page 7-B CM arm in zh ours. if <£,Jid tppi %  T always surprises me a little %  when in casual conversation with couples at social functions It h e "Mr." kidding ly admits to reading this column which is us| ually and mostly devoted to the 'Mrs." Speaking candidly, many of your husbands feel that you are I wearing too much make-up. This [week's column is devoted to helping you understand the basic factors in the use and application of cosmetics. Next week, we'll ass along some of the more advanced techniques involved. The first premise is that cosmetics should make you look aore attractive, and should enance your natural beauty. If the lors are hard, the application heavy, or the effects aging, ur have defeated your basic urpose. [Before applying make-up, be prtain that your face is comctely clean. Soap and water are ying, so use them only once a ^y, and rely on cleaning creams rest of the time. Perhaps it starting backwards, but the of the face and the proper noval of cosmetics is as imkrtant as their proper applicant. Cleanse your face twice with earn. Always move your hands I an upward direction, since this Its to firm the facial muscles the same time. Wipe the eats cream with tissue — still in upward direction — then gent|with a towel. Repeat the pro%  and then your face will be in. while the toweling stimuthe circulation — which helps to keep blemishes uncontrol. • • |IXT, we must close the pores, and prepare the face for the netics. Pat on gently a little esher or astringent — or even le ice cold water. Note, that face is always handled gentctunt ly. Pulling on the muscles breaks them down, and only makes you age more quickly. After the pores are closed, apply a protective film to prevent the make-up from clogging the pores. There are many on the market, and you must experiment to find which you like best. Now your face is ready for the application of a make-up base. You must always wear a base, which serves many purposes. Very few of us are born with perfect complexions, and the base gives us a good, even color from which to work. It also holds the other cosmetics, and serves as a blending factor. Usually, for daytime, a liquid base is desirable. If you have the advantage of taking a course where an instructor teaches you proper color selection and application, you are fortunate. If not. you must rely upon your own judgment. If possible, daylight — not artificial light — should be used when deciding color. Take three or four different shades of base, and hold them up to your cosmeticless face in a mirror. Your own eyes will immediately spot whether or not the base with the yellow* or blue is best, and also which shade blends best with your skin tone. Your base should be slightly darker than your skin, so it can act as a good covering agent. Again, note the use of "slightly" darker. Apply it according to the instructions on the product you have selected. Again, move your hands in an upward motion. Blend it carefully around the hair line, bring it down to the throat line, and never permit a line of demarkation to show where the base stops, and your own coloring begins. Remember, also, that you will have powder to help you with the final blending process. Do not apply any base to your upper lip; otherwise when you perspire, you will find that it cakes there. You will have a little b:i>e on your finger tips, and if you wish, you can lightly touch this area. • • • pouGE is too often forgotten. or avoided, bectu.se many women don't know how to apply it. Smile at yourself in the mirror. You will aee that there is a natural fullness. That would be the flushed area if you had been playing golf or tennis. Rouge is supposed to look natural; simply apply to that area with a very light hand a touch of color. As you become more practiced, you will find the shape of the face will help you shape your rouge line. But for basic beginners, a touch of color will produce the desired result — not a dab of round red on your cheek, but a light touch of color that is blended so that no line of demarkation shows. Next, pat on the powder. Dab a little powder on each cheek, on the forehead, on the throat and on the nose — and then blend it. In that way, you avoid the caked look. Your powder should match your base, but may be a slight shade darker or lighter, whichever is most flattering to you. If you have on too much powder, wipe the excess off with a soft powder bruh. Lipstick should be applied with a brush. It takes time to learn to handle it. You can not expect to begin painting the first time you try. Applying make-up properly is just like painting. It is an artistic endeavor which m u s t be practiced in order o be perfected. The brush allows you to help compensate for nature, by following the basic natural lines of your mouth — and also to even them up slightly. Sometimes, it is helpful to fill in a trifle or not fill in entirely. In addition, the brush allows you to create the even line which is so attractive. • A LIGHT touch of an eyebrow ** pencil is next. The shape of the eyebrows is important, and we'll go into that next week. But for the time being, a clear eye brow line will be an asset. Make certain your eyebrows are cleared out in between the brows, and that the scraggly hairs underneath are plucked out. Never, never shave your eyebrows. Use your eyebrow pencil to make little commas, just like each hair, so that you will have a natural line instead of a hard pencil smear. If you are complaining that this all takes time, quite frankly it does. m. AND MKS. WtlHHUG Weinbergs Will Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Weinberg will celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary July 3 with their three daughters and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B Stearns. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. Lowe, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Bloom, and six grandchildren, all living in Miami Beach. A dinner party will be given at the Americana hotel. Honoring tha Weinbergs will be immediate family, friends and guests from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg came here eight years ago from Chicago, where he was a plumbing contractor. The couple live at 93000 E Bay Harbor dr.. and belong to North Shore Jewish Center. Mr. Weinberg is 74, and Mrs. Weinberg is 71. in n „„ CIUMI €•> %  %  < l dav preschool kindergarten and All-Day School Sessions \ n ursery at MonticeUo Park, sesMrs. Rebecca Kay. MonticeUo sions will begin at_9 am and end Park nursery and kindergarten su* 3:45 p.m.. Monday through Fripervisor. and Irving Seidel, educaj day. 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BY... S E the W oman s HJUorU On the same plane to New York with the Samuel Q. Klines was Mrs. Jack < Marion i Rabeno witch on her way to visit with son Arthur before going to Harvard to attend son Johns graduation A neat green and white magazine, the Congressional Quarterly, proudly on display at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Brenner ... A study in this iis prepared by their daughter, Elizabeth J. Brenner, of the Quarte rly staff Mrs. Esther Zeilinger on her way to Pittsburgh to stay with hm Detroit He's one of the owners of Maxim's. — — •€ — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kane planning a tour of Europe w.lh 6r. and Mrs. Jack Cooper ... Mrs. Stanley C. (Martha) Myers bubbling over the time she randchild all to herself while the baby's parents. Dr. and Mrs. krthur (Judy) Gilbert, were moving into their new house Saturday night at the ball game: Morton Saslaw and his fiveear-old, Alan The Rubin brothers. Max Fassler and his Grace Leo Ackerman and his Bobbette lrv and Lillian Blasberg back home after a brief business and leasure trip to New York and Atlantic City Irv's next project: verseeing the opening of the newest Riverside Chapel. c tm •* Birthdaze: Frances Jo. born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Lynn) Folfson, of Jacksonville, on May 26 The new arrival joins inda. 7, and Louis II, 6 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frances) Rabin, of 1446 Lenox ave., and Mitchell and Frances folfson, of No. Bay rd. The infant is named after her two fa nd mothers Romni Ariel Levy, who arrived In Cleveland. O., to Rabbi and Martin (Roberta) Levy Rabbi Levy is spiritual leader of nple on the Heights in Cleveland Romni Ariel Joins his her. Baruch Shamir Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. BenH. Paul, 1062 SW 24th ave., and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Levy, | Maulden, Mass. Scott Bennett, to Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Kleber. 9100 SW 115th r .. at Doctors Hospital on June 26 Grandparents are Mr and Henry Leyy, Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs. David Kleber. liami The new arrival joins his brother, Steven Lawrence, 21 unths. M M B Snapshots: Joe Gleicher eating pancakes all alone Wife Continued en Pa** 2-1 llfewiislti Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday, July 1, 1960 Section B Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Berlin, of Temple Beth Sholem, an presented with a plaque of honor upon their leaving the community to take up residence in New York. The couple received the award at the 18th annual dinner held recently by the congregation. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. make3 the presentation, while Maury Olinick MB, awards chairman, and Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg. president, look on. ... WH|0M| Mrs. Soltz Reelected District President At B'nai B'rith Regional Convention MIS. 6UM1D SOt TZ Tziona Chapter Installs Officers Tziona chapter of Mizrachi Women held its annual installation at the home of Mrs. Murray C Berkowitz, of 3100 Prairie ave. Installing officer in the candlelight affair was Mrs. Emanuel Karger. Mrs. Eugene Labovitz w a s installed as new president. Vice presidents are Mrs. Herschell Saville. Mrs. Joseph Murray. Mrs. Morris Waldman. and Mrs. Mishulem Weiss. Others are social secretary, Mrs. Aaron Higer; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Solomon Schiff; recording secretary, Mrs. Fred Muller; treasurer, Mrs. Aaron Cowen; financial secretary, Mrs. Jack Safra. Members of the board are Mrs. Samuel Waldman. Mrs. Murray Berkowitz, Mrs. Semour Eisenberg, Mrs. Jerry Schecter. Mrs. Dsvid Lchrfield, Mrs. Alex Kleinman, and Mrs. Menachem Gottesman. Outgoing president of Tziona chapter is Mrs. Morris Waldman. Harmony Chapter Delegates Delegates from Harmony chapter of B'nai B'rith Women to the recent District 5 convention of B'nai B'rith in Norfolk, Va.. were Mesdames Herman Feldman, president; Irving Laibson, past president; William Pearlman, Sidn. y Teper and Jack Dernis, vice presidents; and Sam Rose, treasurer. Over 300 women from a even states celebrated the 20th anniversary of B'nai B'rith Women, District Five, at the annual district convention just concluded in Norfolk. Va. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, 6300 SW 33rd st.. Miami, was reelected district president. Mrs. Stoltz has the distinction of being the youngest president in the history of the Fifth District, the first district president from Miami in 17 years, and the youngest district president in the 51-year history of the national organization. Mrs. Soltz attended Brooklyn College, the University of Havana, and graduated with an AB degree cum laude from the University of Miami at the age of 19. She is the wife of a successful auto parts dealer and the mother of two children, Bonnie, 7, and Howard, 5. Mrs. Soltz is the founder ana first president of the Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, which recently celebrated its tenth anniversary. She is past president of the B'nai B'rith Women's Council and led in the expansion of that Council into three new Councils. IS. lUCCMf I AM HZ She is rcunder and first presicmt of the Miami group of Hada~ah and past president c.l t&e Miami chapter of Hadassah. She has served the Florida region of Hadas : h as secretary and treasurer, and is presently youth activities chairman of the Florida region cf Hadas-uh, in additic ri to serving as vice chairman tf the Greater Miami Council for Zionist Youth. Mrs. Soltz is a former president of the Southern region of Junior Hadassah and was the iccipien; of a Jewish Agency scholarship to the Summer in Israel Institute in 1952. She is a member of the executive committee of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization of Greater Miami and of the executive committee of the Florida regional advis ry board of the Anti Defamation League. She is a member of the board of governors ar.d executive commit:* 1 of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. St !*.z served as Miami c< tipaign chairmna of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal in 1958-59. She also served on the boards of the Jewish Vocational Service, Sisterhood of Beth David ((.ngregation. Bureau of Jewish Education, and the Federation cf Jewish Worae:,'; Organizations. In 195. Mrs. Soltz was selected as one ri the s i x "Outstanding Women of Dade County" by Boolem Lodge's annual citizen's award committee. Other local women elected to serve on the district level for the coming year are Mrs. Alfred Reich, first vice president; Mrs. Bernard Supworth, third vice president; Mrs. Jerome Robinson, Mrs. Stephanie Klein, Mrs. Frank Brandt and Mrs. Paul Harro.'d, district chapter service officers District Awards were presented to the following during the "Cascade of Oversubscriptions" luncheon held at the convention: Sunshine chapter. Shoshara chapter, Miami chapter, Flamingo chapter, West Miami chapter. Gilbert J. Balkin chapter, Menorah chapter and the Miami Council. The 1961 district convention will be held in Miami Beach on June 4, 1961.



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Friday. July 1, 1960 -JmlstncrldUain Page 3-A 5. African Jews Fear Boycott By Israel for Apartheid Policy 19Kt MIITON fKllDHAN JOHANNESBURG — (JTA) — fc The "overwhelming majority" of ,.,South.,African Jews would be "dl tressed" by a boycott of the Union of South Africa by any Israeli organization "and profoundly lru-tthat this will never happen," a spokesman of the Board of Depui tics of South African Jews declared this week. The statement was made o the Afrikaans newspaper, "Dagbreek." in reply to a request from the pe-' riodical for comment on a report 1 that Prime Minister David BenGurion supported in the Knesset. Israel's Parliament a proposal by Histradrut chief Pinhas La von for! a boycott of South Africa over its' apartheid policies. The spokesman was Edel HorB'nai B'rith District 5 Confab Gives Nod To Judge Friedman as President-Elect Judge Milton A. Friedman, of Assn., vie* chairman of fha AntiMiami, was unanimously elected 1 1 esident-elect of District Grand Lodge 5, B'nai B'rith. comprising Florid*, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Election came last week at Nor-! fc.Ik, Va., during a four-coy conven-; tion cf some 300 district delegates.; At the B5th convention in June, 1961 in Miami, Friedman will be installed president of the Jewish service organization with a membership oi some 12.000 men in District 5. Judge Friedman is a past president Of the Coral Way Daddies Miami Youth Places Eighth Jonathan Shamres, Montictlto Park religious school student, achiever eighth place in the finals of the first annual National Bible Quiz conducted In New York City. Jonathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shamres. 1200 NE 211th st.. No. Miami Beach, represented all schools of Miami in the contest, after winning the regional finals held at the Fountainebleau hotel on May 30. Six contestants from all over the United States tied for first place. Jonathan is an outstanding student at Monticello Park, as well as at North Miami Beach Junior High School. Defamation League for the State of Florida, nomine* •• "Outstanding Citizen in Dado County," and a member of tho speakers committee of the United Fend. He has been on the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for the past 22 years and is now a trus'te He is also on the board of directors cf Beth David Congregation Men's Club. Judge Friedman has held the office of president oi Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, was awarded a Medal of Honor by B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge 5 for "outstanding work in behalf of the Junior Order of B'nai B'rith." and was named "Man of Achievement in the field of Community Service" by Sholem Lodge. He is a member of the Dade County and Florida Bar Assns. for the past 24 years. He is now serving his fifth year as Municipal Judge in the City of Miami. Judge Friedman, his wife, Sylvia, and their three children, Ronald, Kenneth, and Judith, live at 3001 SW 2nd ave., Miami. owitz, chairman of the Zionist Federation, who told tho newspaper that while South African Jews hed no aWti u i ity — %  Histrodrut policies, ho felt that relations between South Africa and Israel were cordial and that all persons concerned hope they would remain that way. He added that Mr. Ben-Gurion's comment had been incorrectly reported and that what had been under discussion was not a boyeott but a protest against events in j South Africa. Mr. Horowitz said that Mr. Ben-Gurion had supported! the Histradrut leader's right to 1 protest but had at the same time clearly dissociated the Israel Government from that protest. "There is no question of the Israel Government engaging in or sanctioning a boyeott of South Africa," he declared. "On the contrary, the Government and the people of Israel are anxious to establish the closest trade relations with South Africa. As chairman of the Zionist federation. I can confirm that we are anxious to do everything possible to promote the traditional bonds of friendship and understanding between Israel and South Africa and we hope they | will endure forever." Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller smiles with delight as he samples some gefilte fish served him by Lillian Brown at Brown's hotel Loch Sheldrake. N.Y. Charles Brown also approves his wife's cooking. The Governor was a recent guest at Brown's hotel daring a Republican State Convention. (UPI Photo.) Men's Club Elects Blumberg Auxiliary to Meet Here Greater Miami Auxiliary of the National Hemophelia Foundation will meet Thursday. July 7. at the Delmonico hotel. The function is scheduled for 1 p.m. Cantor Gottlieb At Confab Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, of | Congregation Temple Judea, Coral Gables, attended the seventh annual convention of the American Conference of Cantors, in South Fallsburg, N.Y., from June 13 to 16. Main theme of the convention was the role of the cantor in the American Jewish community. Seminars and papers were read by can-; tors from all over the United States. The American Conference of j Cantors is a national organization whose membership includes cantors serving Reform, Conservative; and Orthodox Jewish congregations in the United States and Canada. Cantor Gottlieb participated in the convention program as moderator in panel discussions. Nat Blumberg. active in community services for the past 35 years. has been elected president of the Men's Club of the Miami Hebrew Congregation. Blumberg is a charter member of the Miami Hebrew Congregation. Jewish Home for the Aged. Great( r Miami Jewish Community Center, and served as treasurer of the latter organization for 15 years. 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lay, July 1. 1980 LEGAL NOTICE -JmlsMhrMlar) Page 15-A NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi .! j mill-" signed, desiring t,, rnga '"••i the fictitious IIHIII • of ilNT V.'EW APARTMENTS at IIS Ireglstei said name uith n„. clerk I Nth Terrnaa, Miami, Kin Intend* I !'' %  %  !" <'"Url,.vC Da-b. L'piiuli hrldii. MRU JULIA WKtHKK L\ IN FINN %  orni | r .i HI it tt... i.. I 7'1-8-JS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-NAAIE LAW %  OT1CJ is 111: i: I. I: i lilVKN thai 1 undei •lined, desiring to engage In bines-, riiler the fk-i ii loos nan r JAM I I REKTO I'. MI|. PROIH'CTS [KIT III>M,. Hi t, Miami Beach, I.. Inttnda lo regletel said „.,„„. |i. id. i.rk ,,f u,,. circuit Court < %  .' ile i '•> :i %  >, tlurida.. BEA-MQRE ENTERPRISES, LVC %  Ma. Corn I.VIN :N(il.A.M.|;i; i in for Applicant bluetts Rd Miami Maach a74. 7/1 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION^ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TCVCNTM JUOIC AL CIRCUIT OF TLOfllOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Na. 60C 5841 r *Y ANN HARPER. [ Plaintiff. \k. I.I.I VM B. HARPERi [ Ih-fej; .HIT •UIT FOR DIVORCE WILLIAM B HAKI-KK Add: •• %  I'ri., n.i. in V..EI.IAM B IIAHI'KR arc bby notified rri..i I -.it] of Con, Jit for Divorce h is been filed I TOtt, anil you are required to py of your An.aer or PleadI to the Bill of lulnt on Ihe StiffAttorne.a. IlirllMnXn r .KS. V. One Lincoln Itoa.l Fluildi Miami B.-a. h. Florida an.I file the Inal Answer or Pleading In the of. [of I • Clerk of the Circuit Conn >r ba/ora the 22nd day of July. If y.ii fail to do >.., jiidKiii.nl lefi II will be t:iken against you Ihe r-'i!ef demanded In Ihe Bill of plaint. II not %  • %  shall be published on. • %  weK for four consecutive • JiE JEWISH ri.'>l!ll>IAX. I.M-: wo ORDERED at Mi.-tmi. da. this SIt day of June. A l> %  ft B. l.EATHERMAN. Clerk. .in I. 11...le 'ountl Florida By I. KNRKDRN, Heputy Clerk t/ ta. 7/i-t-i:. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW TICI IS HEREBY GIVEN thai kii.b : gned, desiring to engage In •ibr the fictitious name of :i(\l. METALS CO al till N.W. Rl • • %  Drive. Miami, Fla.. Infi.i resistor aald name with tha ..i 'he Clr. ult Court of Hade y. florid i JAMKS MI'I.UNKV IHVINi: ist.i.FF LEO HI'SSEN s and l'.-isns H ivlua or Ih-maiils Against the sjald j an-' -ach of you are hereby noha an order of AdmlnlMini aary han be.-n entered In thlb> the Honorable Frank H. Ir .OB the .Tr.l .lui ..f .liine. ISM. h val .e ,.• the Mild eKtale •, Tboii-'in I Six Hundred and Two l>o|larx ($2*22.00). and |ll|e a|. ii; I to SYLVIA MWAT, Mrhoae addreaa ie S2 •rra Avenue. Coral Oablaa, Florida arreiiulre i t, praaenl any and payments which you or Of on mat 'live aim ii.i-1 the VSWAY. late of County, Klorlda, to the Honoi 'I in.le COOIIM A Ii 111n S calendar month* pie date of the firm publication .lai.ii* or demand* to I'm l-al addrev, .f the claimant kwoin to an I p ntad SI af.ir.ft i h.aame will be l AT Mnmi Kea.h. Horl.la. th .lav of June, i**o •YLVIA CraKNSWAY ANKI'S ey for the Li.ta.te of Maanaamy n.o n Road Heach. V\ '24. 7/i--ir. rMmw •r HfNRY LEONARD ;.": X '''. • %  *:: •:•? %  *•• %  .. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY fllVEN that the 'tnder.wlaned, de*-irinit to engaae in baeiaeaa under the ftcatttoua samaa o. %  AMI T. and ..r >i •< ,'HA AND TOTTKNMi.CIIV SI l:AM'H A'lKNI'Y at 1476 Almeria, Coral Cable*, Ha., Intend to raclater aald name* with the^"Clark of The Circuit Cnrt of Hade County. Florida. TIIKiilxiKK l*K'IIA JOHN ToTTKN'IIOFF 6/10-17-24, 7'1 "Epstin' from Txai." Oaar. it*, lam nl ewa... LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDKR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVKN that tin.in.lcr.-ianed. deplrliuc to engage In buailiaaa under the flctllloue name of \ II.I.A n i:sTi: VAi.irr at sis N.E. I 2nd Ave.. Miami. Ha., intende to ri-uI later aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. MINNIE SIMON. Sole Owner MVKKS, HKIMAN KM LAN Atlnrneya for Applicant II ." H \V. let Street S/IO-17-24. 7/1 LEGAL NOTICE pOTICE BY PUBLICATION IE C RCUIT COURT OF THI |BNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF >R>DA IN AND FOR DADE BOUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. S4C 1816 kRA wii>n: Hiiu:/. ilntlff. V %  > ll'-K MARCO PERI'S!, kfen lant. SUIT FOR oivortce (aurlce Ifarr.. I'erea 4ti Ellwell Crescent oreat Hllla. E.I N.T. are hereh. not flad that a BUI uplalnt for Dlvoroa !>•< been ualnxt you. and you are reoui-ert fya a copy of four Anawer or |na to the Hill of Complaint on lalntlffa Attorney, and file the %  I Anawer or P'eadlna In the ofthe Clerk o' the C'r*;ult t^ourt e the th dav of July. 1M. fall to do an. Judgment by *a[ II be tal-an ana nl >ou fur the demanded in the Bill of I'om_ notice shall be publlahod once for fo ir consecutive v.. IE JEWISH FI/ORIHIAN Ni: I.ND ORJ 11 Miami. I thlB Xlal day of June. A.H .. B. EEATHERMAN. Clerk, buit Court. Dale County, Florida By N. A HEWfpT, Deputy Clerk FIX I. MUROFF hey for I'liinllff %  Baach, Fla tmi/14-u NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 3*33 JAMES H Mat ItAE, .IR 1'laintlff, II WIKIET If. MacRAE. %  •efrndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO HARRIET M MacRAE, 2: Contreaalonal Walk Buffalo. New York You HARKII:T M MacRAE are hereby notified that an Amended Complaint tot Hiw.r.e hae been filed axalnat you. and you are re*iuiie I MO i: B IJ--.A.THERMAN. Oerk. Circuit Couri Hide County. Florida 1 -.all By: I. SNEEHK.V. H.-puty <'|erk ^_^^_^^____^__^_^ 6/10-11 -21. 7 1 NOTICE TO CREDTORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN BROBATE. No. 4M07 In R: EHTATE OP IRENE •; ORISEN. n. .eaaed. To Al! Cr.-illtora and All P eT au na Rarinir claima or Iiemands Ag.iiiot Kai.l Instate: Y'ou. and each of yam. ar • hereby notified and required t.. a r a a s n l i.nv .laliiis and demands Which v IU, Of either of w.u. may hioe aieainst the .siatr ,.r IRENE O. I;P.KK.V daceaaed I ale of Hade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judaea of l*olCounty, and file the aame in their offi.es In the Counts Co n-i'ioii-. Hude County. Florida, within 1 iknt calendar months from the date of He first publication here..' claims or demon.Is to 1 uit 101 the legal addreaa of the claimant ami lo lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or Mime will b.barrel Hated May Slat. A.H. I:>W>. osiAK F oitKKN. Aa Executor of the Last Will and T-sUment of IRENE a. CJREEN, Decaaaed BED KHMKN Attorney for Executor •710-17-24. 7/1 NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD-.CIA4. CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Na. 60C 54M2 I.OCIS MARTORELI.A. Plaintiff. OI/IA MARTOREM.A. I II. Il'lal.t SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: OUiA MARToREl.1^ :U7 Westerfeit p: l.odi. New York You OLOA MARToRIM.LA are liei.-by notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed ana:nst you, and you are required to aerve a copy of your Answer or II. ..I Ing to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, ANOBLO A. ALL too Ainsley Building, Miami .-.2. Worlds and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on ..r before the l*th day of July. 1?60 If you fall lo do so, judgment by .1. :.. ilt will Of taken against you for the leli.f demanded in the inn of Complaint This notice shall b publish.! n. each week for four conaecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLuKIMA.N DONE AMI ORDERED kl Ml Moil.la. this lath day of June. A H l!*0. B ii l.LATHFii.MA.v. Clark. Circuit Curt. Hade Cuiui. Floral.< (seal) P.\ K. M. l.VM w r>aput> Clark ANC.EEO A. ALI 400 Aii.sl.-y Building Miami .•'.2. Morida Attorney for Plain.tff. .....' 6/17-24, 7/1- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN CHANCERY, No 60C M07-N SAP. A IJUARTE, I'laintlff. va. '"ANA MARIA. INC. Florida en iM.ration and PEDRO PKNA. Hefendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR T' 1 All Pan .nInterested. You are hereby notified to be anil aiuitrar before the Hoaurabic Joe KSlon, one of tha Judges of the above styled Court, in the Hade County Courthouse at Miami. Plorldn at 9:20 o'clock A.M.. on the 21st day of July. IM"; and then and there show cause. If iiny >..u can. by answer dulv filed aa required by law, why the note and mortgage described in 1he petition ..n file herein, of which the attacked are true copies, which note is aecured b> the mortgage recorded in Mortgage Book 74. page 47. of the Public Raa orda of Hade County, Florida, which aald note and mortgage are alleged In aald petition to have bean lost, mislaid or stolen, should not be re-established, and na to which said note and mortgage tbe aald petition prays that a true and correct copf thereof be established aa and in lieu of the original note and mortgage. Herein fall not Wltnesmy hand and aeaj of said Court, at Miami, Hade Countv, Florida, this 7th day of June. I960. E B I.KATHERMAN as Clark of anil Court (seal) By: K M LYMA.V. Ueputv clerk 'lino P. Negrettl & Herman Cohen Attorneys for Pel I' loners By: Herman Cohen 6/10-17-24. 7/| NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ereage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL BEARING PBRVICK iih FU>RIDA at Count) of I'ale intends to register said name with the dark %  d the Circuit Curt of Ha.le County, Morida. AL WEINER Sole leaner ELI BRFC.ER Attorney for Applicant 42" Lincoln Rd. 6/24. 7 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 47336 IN RE: Eat ate of SARAH TANEMBAUM, l let NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL O SCMARGE NOTICK is hereby giyen that I have filed my Final Report and Petition I for Distribution and final Hi-hag. as Executor of the r SAIIAM TANENEAl'M. deceaae I and that on (he 1st day of August. l!"in, will apply 'to the Honor.i'. • %  Count) .l.nlg. Hade County, Morida, for approval of aaid Final Report anj for distribution and final discharge as Executor, of the estate of the above-named dec. dent This 2!st da\ of I I lie ia.il OEOROE CHCRraN CHKRI.N UOI.DEN Attorney s 601 olvmpia Building Miami It, Morida 6/24, 7'l--l* NOTICE TO CREDTORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES'-COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 4*447 In Re: ESTATE OF FANNY P1RATKNSKY CI'RKIN. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Perrons Having Claima or Demands Against Fald Eat ate: Tou. and each of you. are hereby notified and required lo preaont claims and demanda which von Of either of \ou. may have agalns* the eatale of FANNY I1RATENSKY CI'RKIN daceaaed Lite of Hade County. Morida, to the Honorable CounK Judges of Dade County, and 'he same in their offices In tha Counts Courthouse In Thtde Countv. Morida. within eight calendar months from the date of the flrat publication hereof Raid claima or demand contain the legal addreas of Uta elnlmant and to be a worn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same will be barred. Hated June .Vd. A D l*0. MAX F.RRKINE. As Cx.-c i> r of the laat Will and Teatament of FANNY PIRATE.VRKT OCRICIN. Heceaaerl BEN BBBEN Attorney for Executor 6/I0-17-Z4. 7/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR ELEVENTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN CHANCERY No. 60C MM MARY HI'BERT, I'laintlff. HERMAN HI'BERT. Defendant. AMENDED NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: HERMAN Ht'HKRT Residence Unknown TOU ARE HEREH Y NOTJMEII that a ault for divorce haa b*a*i filed agalnat you and you ara required to aerie a copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attoraoy. J. DAVID I.1LHMAN. tv 8.E. Mrst Avenue, Miami. Morida and file the original In the office of tha Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before tbe 11th day of July, otherwise the allegations of aaid Bill of Complaint mill ba taken aa confeased by yau. Hated this 7th day of Juna A.D.. I960. F. B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal! By: K M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk J. DAVID MERMAN Attorney for tha Plaintiff 20 SB. Flrat Avenue Miami. Florida 6/10-17-14.7/1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJewisti fhridlinr solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guoTOTllff accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-1605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL C'RCU'T OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 60C M*> CHARLES \\ K'S'H. Plaintiff. vs ANNA E KOCH, I lefendan' SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO ANNA K Ko.'H 12 Ross St Hai 1 1 ? burg, Pennsylvania You ANNA K KiM'li. are hereby notified thai a Bill Of I : lOT 1'iva.rce his been fi'ed a^ain-t votl and ya.u are required % %  cop) of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plal tlff'a \ neya. (IOEDMAN .< riOLr>8TEIN and file the original Ai the office of tee Clerk of the cii, ill Court on or before the Mth dm • %  %  July. IH60. If you fol to do ac J idj ment by default will he taken agalnal you for the 1 i 1. .11..11 Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he publish-I ..m %  each week for four conaecutlve weekg In THE IEW IBH rl I iRfOfAN IS'NK AND oRIMCRKJ> at Mkimi. Morida. thla {2nd das of June \H l60. 1: P. LEATHKBMW dark. Circuit Court. Bade Ooonit FWida (seal) B) N A HEWBTT. Deputy Clerk C.OI.HMAN Col OST'IN Attorneys for Plaintiff 2.ti West Magl.-r Street Miami. Morida 4-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORaOA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Na. 60C 5S11 SAME EL MEYERS. I'laintlff. Va, I l:i:i'ERICA MEYERS. I lefendallt. SU.T FOR DIVORCE TO FHEHERICA MEYERS c/o Jerry Clfelll 14:1* Loxlnston l'h. e Elixabeth. New .1. You FKEHERICA MEYERS aro hei.l.y notified that a Hill 01 Com. plain! for Divorce baa been filed against you. and you are required to *-i\r .1 .op. % %  ( your Anna/or or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on tha plaintiffs Attorney, ANOEI.o Al.l, 400 Ainsley Bluldlng, Miami 32. Morida and file the original An-wer or Pleading in the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before tha 1Mb. day 01 July, I If YOU lail lo do -o. Judgment by default wi I ba taken against you for the relief demanded In the p.ill of C .mplaini This notice shall b. publish".] anog • • o h week for four ronaacutlva weeks In THE JEWISH KHiRIIUAV DONE AMi OKI" RED .' Miami. Florida, this I'.ih da) of Ln-. AD. ISM i: I I.EATItERMAN. clerk, Circuit Court, i'a.ie County, Florida 1 -. ill By K ANOEIXI A ALI 41.11 Amsl. \ Building Miami It, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff M 1.1 M A H 1 .-cry 1 lerk fi 17-M. 7 1 -I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVEN tliat ihe undersigned, dealrlng to engaae In business under the flctltloua natni KOOUIAOIK it MM N.E Second Avenue. Mian. la Intendreuisi.r sail name with the ''lerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Hade County, Morida. Rb'HARI' R RETNl 'EDS WALLACE N MM Attorney for Appll. 6 7 HIay 11. Bjildlna Miami 32. Florida 6/17-24. 7 HI IN THE COUNTY JUOOF'S COURT IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4*950 IN RE: Estate of ALEXANDER CANCEI.oSi I lecea sed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ,nd All Persons Having Claims or* Demands Against Saul Estate Tou are hereby notified and required to u raee n l any claima and dmanda which you mav have against the eatate of ALF.XANHER CANCCI.OSI decenaad late of Dade County, Mori la. to the County Judgea of Dade County, and file the aame In their offlcea in the County Courthouse In I Hide County, Florida, within eight aala nd ar months from tbe date of the 'irat publication hereof, or tha aame will be barred. AMELIA CANHELOSI C.OLUMAN Jt OOUTEIN Attorneys 2303 W. Magler St. Miami, Florida 6/17-14.7/1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the uiideisiene.l. d.-iiinj to .-;..:" in business under the fictitious name of JIM Bi 1 BUT II.I.VI; CO II I • "1 E. ttrd sii.ei. Hlaleah Intend to reslatar s.lid Hallo' With the Clelk of f;e 'ir1 a 1 1 "our! ..t 1 %  adi Co I. !•': .r.da. RICHARD BERNH MARTIN I:I:I:\> I :: -'4. 7/1-8 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLOR.OA No. 474O0-C RE ESTATE OF I'lloMAS UAWHHN THRELKKLD I '• ceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby gl\en that I have filed a final leport and petition for Final Hlscharge as Administrator of the eatate of Thomas Law.-.n Threlkei.i decaaaed ind that on the r.n> day of July. I Mil. will apply to tha II. 1 able W F. Plant..11. Frank B. HOUIIIIK and Oc.rge T. Clark. County Judgea of lode Comity. Morida. for approval • %  < said final re|„,ri nil for 1111.1 discharge aa Administrator of the estate of THOMAS LAW SON THREI/KELD. deceaaed This l.-.ih day of June HOMER C THREI K> l.l %  Administrator. By: Ma* P Engel EXCEL i POLL \i'K Attorneys for Adanlalatrator Sun.Mill. Biscayne Budding Miami It, Mori.la '17-24. 7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desirm* to engage in boalneea jndei tha flctltloua name of Mil Bl'NNY S Fool. STORE at Itei V W 1Mb Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida BERNARD (SNICK r.0* Partner MORRIS BOSNICK. r.0" Partner GOLDMAN A col.HSTEl.v Attornevs for Registrants |SSI West M.tler Street Miami. Florida 6/17-24. 7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAPRIo Foon PROHl CTS at 643 Eaat 27th Street. Hlaleah. Morida intend to register said nime with tha Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada County. Morida JERRY ITALU BARoNE and SAM ARBITCCI d/b/a Capri Pilxa Comnanv 642 E 27th St.. Hlaleah, Fla. SNYHER AYOI Si Attorneys for Applicants 6/17-24. 7/1-t ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 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Page 6 B 'JewishflcrMtor Friday. July 1, 13S0 M& NAtOlO JAnot >\>rnT-K.itin MtS COMDOH UMONOS Miss Yorra Weds Gordon Simonds Barbara Carol Yorra became the b' ;e of Gordon DavM SJaaondi in t Q i v eeronMBioa on Sumlav Juno M, i tha Diplomat Country R ib Pavid Shapiro ofiici d "he arido la the daughter of Mr M Mr. UbOft Yorra. ll>W AdMBS i fa rwoad,F!a Thogrooa ADELPHI SUMMER SCHOOL CawM? H—I •< PvMk taiinKtwn TUTORING All SUBJECTS ACADOMIC *4 COMMftCIAl YiUw ••• 491. NMM M AiRCONO'TiONED ClASSaOOMS *WP.S fll PARKING 530 526 N.I. 7ft*i St. NNT Rise. Blvd. AS*. KM "tet llTERA'JRE Phone: PL 7-7623 ithe son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Simonds. Portland. M*. Maid Of honor was Miss Jacqueline Frogel Phillip Simonds ana boat man for his brother. I >her> included Mark Yorra. David Si monds. David Yorra. Theodore, No-sen. Lt Col Arthur Yorra. Da \id Kaufelt. Arthur Manson. and Saoiord Smttjr. The bride choe a floor-length princess style gown of white si'k arfom a*IBi organia rose appli que< cascading from the scoop neckline into the bouffant skirt. The bracelet length sleeves with the same rose appliques flowed into a chapel train. Her pearl and alencon lace headpiece was attached to a French illusion veil. She earned a cascade of white orchid* and tiny white roses Newly wed Mr>. Simonds attended the University of Florida, where she belonged to Alpha Epoon Phi N>ronty. She is a 1958 graduate ot Broward High School The groom attended the I'ntver attj of Penn>ylNania. and belongsto Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity Reception followed at the Diplomat. After a honeymoon in Mes Ito the couple will be at home at 107 WOM a] Portland. Me Lace Gown For Mrs. Tayor Limb Dorothy Ontosmark and Dr. Harold A ray'.or WON married In evonlng vowa at the Saw hold on M'urday evening. JUM 25. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman ot-1 ficiating. .,_ The bride la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harry B. Grussmark. 4561 Post ave. Miami Beach The grooms parents are Dr. and M !" Herman W Taylor. 501 SW 39th ave.. Miami Maid of honor was Estelle Zemmel Martin Taylor was best man for his brother. Stephen Grussmark. brother of the bride, acted as usher. The bride chose a ballerina length, lace gown featuring a sequined an.! embroidered 1 m neck ton with a crown of seed pearls. She carried white orchids on a Bible with lily-of-the valley streamerMrs. Tavlor is a cum laude graduate of the Uuiversity of Miami, where she belonged to Kappa Pi. education honorary :Nu Kappa Tau. highest women's honorary : and was li-ted in "Who's Who Among Students" She is a first grade teacher at North Miami Elementary School. Dr. Taylor graduated from the University of Miami, where he belonged to Alpha Eplison Pi. and received a degree in optometry trom the Pennsylvania State College of Optometry'where he belonged to Omega Eplison Phi professional honorary. Reception followed at the Saxony. After a Nassau honeymoon. the couple will be at borne at 1725 NE 116th rd No. Miami. Temple Jvdec Ooce Second in a series of informal bi weekly record dances were held Sunday evening by the Temple JuJea Young Adult Club. Culler Ridge ftYty Caribbean Jewish Congregation Sisterhood held a Sisterhood Tupperware party at Cutler Ridge Regional Shopping Center Arcade on Monday. Cannons Will Live in Miami Rachel Schurowita and Michael Cannon were married Sunday. June 26. at the Montmartre hotel by Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg in a double ring ceremony. The bride u the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schurowitz. 1800 SW 871 h st. Mr. Cannon U the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cannon. 339 Catalonia ave. Coral Gables. Mrs. Gail Krasner attended her cousin as matron of honor, and Miss Lots Apner. also cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Edith Cannon and Janet Shaw. Dr. Stanley Cannon, brother if the groom was best man. 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