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!" Jewish Floridian Cwnbining THE JEWISH UNITY ni THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 33 — Number 28 Miami. Florida. Friday, July 8, 1960 Two Sections — Price 204 Frondizi in New Call For Adolf's Return; Israel Remains Firm LONDON-(JTA>-Arturo Frondizi. President of Argentina. Monday reiterated bit demand for Israel's return of Nazi killer Adolf Eichmann |to Argentina. He warned that his country's envoy to Israel Ambassa dor Rodotfo Garcia Arias, will not return to his post in Israel until \ ample reparation" is received from Israel for ih. ridut. ~, imadeo Mum is Reporter 'robes Past By SAUL CARSON JTA's UN Bureau Chief United Nations ["his correspondent had a personinterview with the chairmn of Argentine delegation to the UniNations, Dr. Amadeo. I had reato know that I was not the st welcome guest in the world en. by appointment. I entered Amadeo's private office. But was far from popular at the beting, my rating as a guest hit Dlute nadir by the time the inriew was over. day before the appointment. Amadeo had filed at the UN luest for a Security Council ling, to consider his governI's grievance against Israel in ection with the Adolf Eichcase. And certain reports begun to circulate about Dr. Ideo's past. One newspaper, inhad already touched on of these reports. Dr. Amadeo the plaintiff in the case of Imarm's capture, which touchCentinued on Page 2-A received from Israel for the violation of Argen—+ tine sovereignty by the transfer of | Eichmann from Argentina to Israel l soil. Dr. Arias was recalled from Israel to Buenos Aires on June 12, following Argentina's sharp note to Israel four days earlier, demanding Eichmann's return. anti-Nazi hecklers were also taken into police custody. All those arrested, including Rockwell, were released in moderate bail for hearj ings Wednesday on charges of dis< The Israeli Foreign Ministry in I orderly conduct. Jerusalem announced it had been Bennett told the Jewish Tele52. % he r APg f n mC F ?. reign Sphic Agency that the order Ministry that Dr. Arias will not' against using the Mall for speeches DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR ACTS FOLLOWING BLOODY RIOT U.S. Forbids Nazi Rally; Fight Scatters Troopers' WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The United States Government Monday forbade George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, to hold any more rallies on the Mall — an area that attracted many thousands of tourists here to celebrate Independence Day. The order was issued by Elmo Bennett, administrative assistant to Secretary of the Interior Fred A. Seaton. It followed a bloody melee on the Mall Sunday, when Rockwell and 12 of his cohorts were arrested, some were beaten, while five New York Should Let Rockwell Speak, Noted Columnist Feels return, having been "given a assignment.") new Mr. Frondizi made his announcement about his Government's continued insistence en the return of Eichmann in answers to questions from correspondents at e news conference here. Affirming that his country still maintains its demands for Eichmann's return, he added: "Should Israel net comply with our request, we will demand ample reparations." Refusing to specify the kind of reparations he has in mind, the Argentine President declared that without a permit is directed against anyone attempting to hold a meeting there. Asked whether Rockwell would be granted such a permit, if he applied. Mr. Bennet stated flatly that permission weald be denied to Rockwell be-' cause the type of preachments he, utters in public are always likely to incite to riot. Promptly at his accustomed hour of 2 p.m., Monday. Rockwell and a dozen of his tollowers in uniform, featuring swastika armbands, j showed up at his usual rallying point on the Mall. He started by announcing that he would exercise his "constitutional right of free By MAX LERNER Special To The Jewish Floridian New York History is always incredible, and the present no less so than the past. Who would have thought it possible that anyone would be mad enough, after the Hitlers and Streichers and Eichmans. to found an "American Nazi Party" and to avow the aim of sending "Jewish Communists" to the gas chambers? Or that such a man could until recently have held a commission as commander in^Uw. U.S. Nival Reserve? Or that the question of granting him a public permit to the current Argentine-Israeli talks!speech." A police officer then serv-; hold a meeting in a public place. on this issue are dealing with this matter. After he said that Ambassador Arias will not return to Israel until "full satisfaction is received from Israel, the President was asked whether his government contemplates breaking off diplomatic relations with Israel if the current negotiations with Israel should break down. He replied: "This deCentinued en Pate 11-A liddle East's Only Atomic leactor Humming in Israel JTA—By Direct Teletype Win JERUSALEM—The only atomic reactor in the Middle East, bem Italy and India, has been in operation for the past 20 days in an lli atomic plant at Nahal Sorek, south of Tel Aviv. [The fact that the reactor, built by Israel with American aid and [ uranium-enriched rods furnished by the United States, was actually eration after 21 months of contien and preparation, was com + rated Monday to Prime Minised him with the order from the Department of the Interior which has jurisdiction over this area — a j square flanked by the historic Ar' chives Building, the Smithsonian Institution and the National Gallery of Art. Many of the tourists in the square at the time were lined up to view the original Declaration of Independence exhibited in the Archives Building. Rockwell was told he could use one of two other locations in this city to exercise "free speech." He chose the nearest site. Judiciary Square, a relatively isolated area seven blocks away front the Mali. By the time Rockwell reached Judiciary Square with his group now numbering 20 men, including some in civilian dress, about 23 anti-Nazis had gathered there. Police, outnumbering the combined number of Nazis and anti-Nazis, interposed themselves between the two sides. Rockwell, mounting a red-painted tin bucket, started to Continued en Pope e-A movements and that it overcomes them not by force or repression but by the method of freedom. America has had to face problems like that of the Rockwell lunacy time after time. What gives added point to the current episode is that it comes so soon after the Eichmann capture, while the world is still in recoil from the millions of murders he committed. Jwet at this moment a man comes forward for whom Eichmann is obvieusly a figure not of horror hut of heroism, and offers in effect to carry en the work Eichmann left unfinished. He offers moreover to invade New York City, which for the Nazi lunatic fringe has been known as the "Jewish City," and to make his speech at Union Square, associated for years with Continued on Pope 10-A Washington Council Lauds Ban But Urges 'Ultimate' Solution JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire WASHINGTON — Jewish organizations in the nation's capital expressed appreciation Tuesday of the decision by the Department of Interior to end George Rockwell's speech-making on Washintgon's strategically-'ocated Mall. The department issued an order Monday declaring the area off limits for public assemblies. However, some Jewish organizations considered this far* %  from being an adequate solution of the problem presented by the activities of the self-styled commander of the American Nazi Party. for spreading his doctrine, should be evoking so much debate? This could happen only in a democratic society like the American. It is at once the weakness and strength of America that it lays itself open to such divisive Isaac Franck, executive direc)avid Ben-Gurion by Prof. A. lann, head of the Israel Atomlergy Commission. i plant will be opened officiaUy veral months, when its power It will have been stepped up i kilowatts. newspaper Maariv voiced criticism Tuesday of the jr of the authorities to give reel the news earlier, asserting information had been Id for political reasons se the Prime Minister could be elated with the announceThe paper said the reactor into operation en June 16. plant, erected at a cost of Continued en Pope 10-A PROCEEDINGS MAY BE INSTITUTED BY MINISTER OF JUSTICE Rio Nixes SS Man's Citizenship Bid JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire RIO DE JANEIRO—The Rio De Janeiro city council went on record Tuesday as opposing the granting of Brazilian citizenship to a former Latvian Nazi SS officer, Herbert Cukers. who has been charged with killing 32,000 Jews in Riga during World War II. The council voted unanimously to ask the Minister of the Interior to reject Cukurs' citizenship application. The council also decided to request the Minister of Justice to institute proceedings against Cukurs in accordance with the UN Convention on Genocide, to which Brazil is a signatory, and turn the former Nazi ever to Israeli authorities for trial. An extradition agreement is in force between the two countries. The Brazilian Government turned down a similar citizenship application by Cukurs nine years ago after a strong protest was lodged by the Rio De Janeiro Federation of Jewish Institutions. for of the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington, stated Tuesday morning that the decision of the Interior Department was a "sound and judcieus" one. He added that the Jewish Community Council hed discussed this matter with off. dels of the department en several occasions and had made available documentation which helped arrive at this decision. The Anti-Defamation League, although considering a new location as the lesser of two evils, takes the position that it presents no solution. Cukurs. who operates a transporAm^ml^&^T f "?! tation firm in s£> Paulo, tested \$*hj£ C !" ,:i^ f ^* "1 at a recent hearing on his appl.ca* k we w gu 1,y f l !" *% r ,ota and should be punished. "If it is a crime to incite riots on the Mall, it is a crime to do so in Judiciary tion for naturalization that he was an SS captain in Latvia, and that he hated Jews because they received the Russians "jubilantly" when Soviet troops marched into Riga in 1940, and because "Jewish Communists exiled 15,000 Latvians to Siberia." Park," he stated. The ADL feels that Rockwell has raised a serious question about his Continued en Page 12-A



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Friday. July 8. 1960 + kysisHkrkli&n Page 3-A Poland Offers Eichmaim Evidence Photographer Mel Victor, of Gelberg-Victor Studios, shows his portrait of Karin Bay which topped hundreds of entries as "Best Portrait of the Show," as well as "Best Portrait of a (Woman," in the Southeastern Photographers Assn. competi[Hon held in conjunction with the Florida Photographers Assn. I Announcement of Victor's award concluded the four-day convention which drew more than 800 photographers and their lilies from the nine Southern states. News Award Goes to WTVJ "TV News Award of the Year'' was presented to Ralph Remck. vice president in charge of news for Miami television station WTVJ. on Friday evening in Rapid City, S. Dakota. Renick received the award, sponsored by the National Press Photographers Assn., in behalf of the news staff of the local station. The award cites WTVJ for its '•invaluable public service by providing vigorous coverage of the news of the community ... for leadership in the techniques of gathering, photographing and presenting news and for consistent excellence in this field of journalism.'' 1 ACTION HITS "The COSSACKS' "HEAD of a TYRANT Oof* in Tecfcm'ca/er Construction firm Formed Formation of Adlep-Built Industries has been announced by Morton Adler, Hialeah home and industrial contractor. Officers are Adler, president; Stanley Lewin, vice president; Kenneth Karp, secretary; and Irving C. Goldstein, treasurer. General offices of the company are at 1201 W. 66th St., Hialeah. JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Poland will send an official, five-man commission here to deliver to the Israel j Government documents pertaining to, the mass extermination of Jews i and non-Jews by the Nazis, and especially connected wiUi the wartime activities of the Nazi "specialist" on the murder of Jews, Adolf Eichmann. Tho Polish commission will include Prof. Keminsky, chairman of the Warsaw Government'* Committee for the Punishment of Naai War Criminals, and Prof. Mark, hood of the Jewish Historical Institute ot Warsaw. It was reported here that Poland has indicated it would like to send a judge to sit on the bench with the Israeli jurists when Eichmann is tried. Poland argued that Eichmann had committed most of his crimes on Polish territory. • • • Defended BONN — (JTA) — Dr. Fritz Schaffer, West German Minister of 1 Justice, defended the Governmerit's record in seeking out Nazi ( criminals hiding abroad by asserting that West Germany would have asked for the extradition of Nazi mass murderer Adolf Efcnmann if his whereabouts had been known. He spoke in Parliament in reply to a statement by a Social Democratic critic that the Government I was not doing all it might to seek out such Nazi criminals. Replying that "wo did not know ] Kich.-nann's whereabouts or wo | would havo asked for his extradition," Dr*. Scheffor said two extradition notices had boon served on the Argentine Government so far but both were unsuccessful to date. He noted that the extradition of former Nazi diplomat Karl Klingenfuss had been refused on legal grounds in 1953 and that there had been no reply to the Bon request for the extradition of Josef Mengele, a Nazi camp doctor. • • • Rio Backs Israel RIO DE JANEIRO — (JTA) — The City Council of Rio de Janeiro has adopted a unanimous resolution in support of Israel's stand in refusing to return Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann to Argentina. • • • SS General In Vienna VIENNA — (JTA) Otto Skorzeny, former SS general who rescued Mussolini and who is believed to be one of the chief organizers of a neo-Nazi international organization, arrived here this week. Skorzeny was reported to be seeking contacts with Austrian attorneys who are interested in acting as defense counsel for Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi criminal now awaiting trial in Israel. • • • Former Nazi Arrested VIENNA — (JTA) — Dr. Egon Schoenpflug, 45, has been arrested by the Austrian police on a German extradition warrant. Schoenpflug was identified in the Munich war crimes trial as a foriephigh Naai police officer responsible for mass murders in German-occupied Poland and the Uk! raine. • • • Deport Collaborator NEW YORK — (JTA) — The i Anti-Defamation League of B'nai i B"rith asked Attorney General WilI liam P. Rogers this week to order he expulsion from this country of. I Ferdinand Durcansky, one time foreign minister of the Nazi puppet State of Slovakia. Durcansky was tried in absentia by the post-war Benes Government in Czechoslovakia for collaboration. ^ARIB I AAIAMI MIRACLE TODAY • %  *<•< DOWNTOWN C0aAL6ABUS OHN 1141 AM ,4 $0 EVTRYBOOVS SWING! 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iay. July 8. I960 +Jmisi>fk)r*fiar7 Page 7.A I MITCHIll WOIPSON auniuN or TNE I0*R Fr.ildent Of Wometco Enterpruei; Preildent of televiiion Holier WTVJ; Director of Pint National look of Miami. DAN OUPPtil Member of Florida leo.dotare for 3 hm. ReiideM of Greotor Miam i end practicing onoroey 1925. PITH HARI* I(E PIESIDEMT Auocioted wirh Miomi leocfc podorol mce 1952. A Director .met 1956 tITTU ItVINSOt) Vice Preident of OKOI E. Dooly Attociotei, Inc., realtor ARMOIR UVY The firet total mer choni to opon a bvtineit on Lincoln Road. Active in civic offoirt for 36 yean. Ittt PRE SHIRT art % % %  Mil • Man SNORE NIMH that mi Auocioted „rm Miomi leooh Podorol .Uce 1932. A DWector •mcoltJ*. OAUOI A. RIMNAW PRESIDENT Oly mo n ogor of Miomi tooth from 192310 193*. CAM WiUMIE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT A loading investor of the oreo, and former president of Corf's Morfcot, Inc. MYRON N. WIUISON VICE PRESItENT ami TREASURER Auocioted with Miami leach Federal unco 1940. A Diroctor 1957. WHEN "TOMORROW" COMES More than 47,500 thrifty people are preparing for "tomorrow" by placing* part of their earnings in an insured savings account at Miami Beach Federal. During the past 12 months, we have experienced a period of record growth and service due to the confidence and thrift of our members. When "tomorrow" comes, they will have funds available for their needs. Today is the time to save for tomorrow. Funds placed on or before Monday, July 11, earn dividends from July first. We make no charge to transfer your funds from anywhere in the United Stales to Miami Beach Federal. Statement of Condition at the dote of buuneas, June 30, 1%0 ASSETS Cash and Securities of the U.S. Government and Agencies. First Mortgage Loans Loans on Savings Account!...,.. Federal Home Loan Bank Stock. Office Buildings, Equipment and Parking Lots Other Assets TOTAL ASSETS June 30, 1959 $ 15,388,847.83 97,706,811.09 57,253.27 1,479,900.00 5,534,155.43 246,329.03 Dec. 31, 1959 June 30, W60 $ 21,023,119.53 104,500,050.27 88,085.30 1,479,900.00 5,523,729.19 245,228.66 $ 2l.787.lMi.W0 114^18,607.50 75,900.410 1,653,800.00 5,436.608.30 421,551.32 $120,413,296.65 1132,860,112.95 $141,193,647.12 LIABILITIES Savings Accounts $105,164,446?54 Federal Home Loan Bank Advances. 2,000,000.00 Loans in Process 2,833,413.32 Other Liabilities 557,589.75 Unearned Income 16,871.99 Reserve for Current Dividends Surplus and Reserves 9,840.975.05 TOTAL LIABILITIES... .$120,413,296.65 •Dividends pmid June 30th 1114,683.101.53 2,000,000.00 3,293,163.83 376,8%. 43 67,026.02 2,134,701.80 10.305,223.34 $132,860,112.95 $144,193,647.12 $126,378,000.08 2,000.000.00 3,962,407.16 523.518.12 323.230.83 • 11.006,490.61 CURRENT DIVIDEND MIAMI BEACH PER ANNUM FEDERAL I L j SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OffUts: INKRJN l*a*j at WnkitftM AvtWM Jl 8.3511 7i* a*. •*WirtRm,Mto-d kMk • Jtt-tsn A..n. Ml-Ull WI7-0049 A. LOUIS RROWN. JR. Via PRESIDENT pad SECRETARY Associated wirh Miami loach Podorol i 1946. A Diroctor •• 1957. f't'V %  .--* ^^ •$ W' ,: %  *. --. *!dB \ Wm JOHNt. IWJIV Vice President of S. A. lynch Corporation of Miami. Ho ho* been with Ittot firm for 38 yoor. Chairman of Board of Trustees, Miami teach Community Church. RUITON WII1S via PRESIDENT An outstanding civic leader, Mr. Weiss has been a Director of Miami teach Federal since 1957. %  WRY t WIlllAMS He hoi been a Diroctor of Miami teach Federal since 1958. PAW C WIMtUN Post president of the Miami teach Hoard of Realtors. He has headed hit own Miami teach reel estate firm since 1945. % 



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f^x 5-A +jtmist ThrH**) Tndoj. Jo! 7 g 1960 .•I The Symmetry Of History I Public Forum' Resignation Deplored •f oM of w* AMI heo > "V P"iasni leU r defended Jewish lawyer* waa .efcj rue above their rebgsso* hsekgfoaan' to drtead sonatoae who advocated their destruction failed to ftate that in say opauoa they wared (or theauelve* the right to be considered aot only rood ciUaeo*. but great citizen* m dang what tbe> hate dooe With re*peet 10 Mr SmaoafcwfTa evident reliance oa the AagVvJew ish press far his ntfonaatJeB about this cat* I acain cite the bulletin of the Jewish Conjasaart} f'oannl of Greater Washington, which had this to nan Aa result of inaccurate and distorted reporting ia the Yiddish aad Anglo-Jewish presf an ins pressx* ha* been created thai :he gosern r ae n t and law eniorceraeet aatbontie* base been unympa thetic and uncooperative IB the Rockwell mailer Thu is a asast regretable -lander I soggesi that flaa Anglo-Jewish press has extended its macewractes aad ditortMa* to t h e Aasencaa Civil Liberties Union, as 1 stated la the letter that evidently triggered Mr SuBoahofTs resignauoa. I am saddened by Mr Suaoaboffs resignation, and I sorrow that br M castigating the l/nsaa he inaas that (croup a hich ha* accaatd as of everv *m coneerrable. hen r. i.e. *e re onJr seeking to de fend the sinners from destrosing that %  fcie'i protect* ua!l In leavOIXOM Florida CMt CDITOaL Tkt towk Harid5.ii: AD aaraahers of ar organiuiioB were treaaeadoaaf] r interested a the coverage yea sj •we tie rtceat aatiaaal Pn naVaai hast Cate of tat Xatiaaal Caaartl of Jewish Woman rhetorics) Analysis'' wsjl be the aabjeet of an by Rabat Max Lipscnitt, leader of MaatiLLou Park Caagreg atioa. oa Sasasay. 10 a m., over tetensaaa ita taaa WCK Tea. 7 Alo oa the aansjram sponsored weekly by the Greater K aau Rabbtaaral Asa*-. wiU he Cantor Be* Ztoa Kirxl Mfl wfffC*S ft -SATURDAY, JULY 9 FLAGLER FEDERAL SAYINGS WH1 BE OPEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE DOWNTOWN 100 N.E. 2nd Avenue 9 AM. 6 PM. UANCH ******* S hoppi ng PUza, 930 Aii 8 Pi. "Alttf Of HMftS fret. fW Sawns Accounts Opened Or Added To On Or Before hny 11th Earn front the 1st at the Current Rate of 4% 1150 SOUTHWEST FlUST STUttT MIAMI 36. FIORIOA A#**C*JnOI Tf* AOaAtS$*ON. AS A GBtftAl PAJtTHR Of STANLEY B. G0L05THN, CPJL AS OF JULY 1. 1960 o**o acaa CJ>A aaaa rr lawcoutT cr A. •amaajsji o-4 CA ^SS€TS OVM S35 0OQnnnnr> a. ajaaaasoM. C*A. staaaeaa uwraot C*x saaoat. C*A. CM FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AN LOAN AftSOC tC WA Oathtaeaw ana anaajhu u -a



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July 8. 1960 +Jewist> ncrk/iart Page 9-A Ion-Zionists to be Invited kfcUSAJLEM _(JTA)— Dr. Nanext World Zionist Congress at the iGoldmann declared at a press "id of this year, trence here recently that j Tn president of the World Zion organizations in the United ist Organization said such dclegas. South -America, Europe and t>>s will participate in discussions i Africa will be invited to and m committees but will not fraternal delegations to the have any voting rights. Tbe project, he said, which is designed to V.w a new look" to Zionism, will be a preliminary step to offering an opportunity for organizations to join the world Zionist movement. jHc indicated this move might increase Zionist membership by one million persons. He uid Iht World Zionist i movement should bo regarded •• the organization which represent* the majority of the Jewish Israel government to manifest support for it. Ho announced that ho and Jewish Agency executive members will moot May 26 with Israel government end party leaders to formulate closer ties. Unequivocal support*' for the Zionist movement by the Israel government would give a "tremeni dous fillip" to the movement, he said, and greatly enhance its pres.tige. Questioned about details of the demands which the Jewish I Agency would submit to government officials, Dr. GoMmann declined to provide any details but [cited Prime Minister David B


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K S#Wtf lef ^ocitiye// fa/*, Gdunnmt fee& Canr-jsved fre-i Page 1-A • %  i I we-: acM here that even the Ssatjaaae Cessrt ha* art given a lead oa the? assestaaa of *het iiycv do^ehasst 4hese %  ; see k?*t aaroae eoakt %  a ••* bened tkat fes ckakessge ncadi go —inrilI lawk ike Jewish war veterans aad ether tke •rang de-9. and i tha ak M ay or esald kave Mired Sis .1 ** NT i*U(MU %  kea ke haa—••-•ig ka caase of As Ifcccal k ; aasbc order } _• kard to ei statue aaless save a better answer. vertporfcet f ne h ret s nho a*e %  rtreets aad esshtic place* la stir tke arjaal hatred* m aaen aad %  tar them m> aad death. la tke finaair Termaaseao ease. %  IMS. lie Swpr. mr Ceart ruled ikai evec akere there kad keen a sarai breach f tke nigngar kad tke right of free two years later, aa tke Fc eakt. ike <*mt coart aph t ld a Rarhestrr arrest aad c oa v s rt joa of a street -pcaker oa tke graand ke aas laewnag to not aai tkat tke police have the du preveat a notThe late Justice Robert Jacktan, who pressed at the Mortriats of the Masi leadwas a realist akovt Ni> hate peddlers, often eenwod owt tkat rest carats* have free tpooch as the ekselute in a city like New York He descriked it M • l iiah Um raj egereeetion" of People, where "all races aad aotiawttrtios and all sorts and lasssatiwm of men walk, tisfeaer and mmj't," and where rectal aad religious hatreds ara bke dynamte char jo* which can he sot oH with explosive cosinctiveness. The Miamian Named To Faculty -ehman tea of Mr acsour B Larkmao. 31 habeea ippmaled Ik* fzcnfty of tke University of aad to tke staff of tkt Liebman aas graduated m 1M6 Ti.i ctan laade from tke Lai versrty of Miami, aad since tkea has beea damg gradaate stadie* a: Mm* Hopkins I'utersaty aad tke raatj of Iluams -ill shortly recesse hu doc eace aad hs Carol, will receive a Ma %  t e ci aaoe j The Feis last state, associated %  the L'^versity of Peansyl Tj-_i M cxed tkroagheat tke eovrtry for its work 1a trainmg city iLd couci> managers aad rthevel government employ ee* ft0M Bl 1*1 KrWITTOww ALL-EXPENSE CRUISES TO WEST INDIES *l$ YARMOUTH • */* EVANGEUHE J Beach Financier At Senate Meet *.rhur H Cour>hoa. chairman ot Vi i ktasloa Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami Beach, haurged tke Senate to adopt legisla uoa desagaed to revive private koaae fiaaacing operation; in Lat m America Appearsag as an expert witness fcta a r t a Seaate subcommittee on keusaag. Courskoo recommended passage of tke &matker< Morse btll akack sToatd permit federal vaviogc associations to invest up to SlktJMO in similar thrift institutions overseas. Cowrskon decUred mat tke laaisl at ien s ho u ld ke particularly o ae M in Latin Amaricaw n i rt r iii where such capital is %  a a af a p j as a first stop in reviv•09 private kow t iaa operations,*' and colled the bill a meier hreektkrowah in the ^rwalaiii of provsdsmj adosswate howsina in those areas oheia man power and materials are peneralty available, hut wwose capatal is HM maior stwwthlns* Mock. SWIMMING POOl %UH DICK 'n-Minrm or rat rn—iitr The Miami Beach enl to Chile in I96g for the Stale Departasent International Cooperation Administratioa to adnse on boose financing problems. He sjaj called to Washiagton lat eek to receive an ICA citation for significant contribution to the government's Point Four program of economic assistance He also accepted a similar award on behalf of Jack D Gordoa. pre-i dent of Washington Federal, who performed a like service for the Department last year in a Point Four mi-sion to Ethiopia. MR AltCONCmONED l7'Atww.*.30 POIT wnowo l IOM Ilk.STOi fOiT-aU^W" 0 "faJjfdJE^^* r*AK.lO; n P^ (E-ster Cr'*>: at.t4-;hlAYir ,15iDi.t-'W %  1 0 M---*W PORTS ,01 %  ""•• atuuo *^ SMI" 1 ". wesk. ST-TkO-S J POIf o spun JJ CMhCAO "*"*!—sa 5 l— Year's trei-i' -"(taster Crwi**) 5i0M95 POTTSTT^O n.-a %  ss*u "A cruse 10 sm e**ry nstaviea. tl Israel's Atomic Reactor Humming Continued from Pane 1-A 11£ 6000.000 1 $3 334 000>. is of the -*.mmiag pool type. OOhnah %  -aid Tuesday te>ts have shown tkat there is no danger of radiation, and he plant has pro%en to be reliable land accurate. They said that 'Greece has asked Israel for avi. I'.ance ui constructing a similar plant Israel is studying a plan to estah jlish a special school at Nebi Rubin lo tram technicians for work on re ( a ctors and atomic power plants Technicians would be accepted .'rorn friendly Asian and African na tion> AU ctttsis SAII t rm Write for descriptive color foUar Court is still tarn by these two opposing trends — ef putting freedom of speech first or pottana the protection of people My oan feeling i that we cankjaaj clearly between them • e answer two basic quev tsons. How do nations die* How do men achieve a life of rea-r.r.'' If you heshrea that nations die by internal d.'cord. then by all meanclamp do*n upon the Rockttells and fJawZ maggoty doctrine* But if pan think that nationlike Amenta have done reajafhahji well in achieving a mg of races and religions. ..n: tnat th real danger Ihey lace is from a closure of ideav then it hi best to stick by freedom of aa 1 when risky. Mj raadak] Of German Uatarj is that Hitleruun triumphed in (irmany partly because the Ger manhad no strong tradition of civil liberties and the rights of minorities. A people that neglects civil liberties is bound to neglect the rights of minorities. A people that belw\ >1> in the first is bossnd to teiirve d other The An.tr -can t. l ij^A tie* Uadjtion is urom; i^ keep it strong, as a better lection against native Nuu* tk any police clubs could te. A* far the ether avasti** haw da sssen ackiove rh, |,|, ,J — rtpaan? ^ f-W4wnli th, drk-J only ky practicing rl activti, It wwwld ke ketter to lat RKJ,. 1 well hah* hr meeting with p>. I Ike there ta heap vieter :( f rtm \ •rvpting. But h> wow • at 1 good idea fa nave a j*nt cwv 1 demnatian of lechwe'l iaa-'A trines puMishod bef 5 HuM meeting, censor,] from .ry rt-ji ligious and civic grots tvtryll racial and class srretu.-n of sv_9 Hy. !" There are seeds of hatred aaffl evil in each of us, and they kafl us easily into becoming ,ae daj3 of the manipulators o: evil. Tfl act as if Rockwells don t exist iX not the answer, because the fata is that they do. To mar martyrtl of them is equally n.: the al swer They are fit su |ects for I peychiatnc -tody but until thejl end up in a sanitoriurr .he a*l to meet their evil |g by letting I them talk bat joining together at] a community in oaattag them 1 from the community of decent men. tV M>AljS-6NigHTS MIAMI NO TAX round-trip tourist fare included i/& Guest A***^ Visit glamorous, summer-cool Mtxico via Guest Airways famed for passengerparnpennji service. But the Guest flight is only half the fun for a complete itinerary of everything this unbeatable tour has to offer contact your travel agent or send the coupon below to us. In addition to Mexico City, you'M visit Cuemawaca. Taxco and see so much more. 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^JmlstJiterkUan Page ll-A \ i iton Tisch, president of the Americana hotel, receives the iday magazine restaurant award for the fourth straight year C. Kreiger, of the magazine's staff. Renews Argentine smand for Adolf's Return from Pat* 1A on the outcome of the puna, he said, is ready to war criminals upon the f proper requests for their n. He revealed that the police have made a genIsus of war criminals reArgentina, but said that isnd for extradition will with on an individual lile. in Jerusalem, the Isiment sent its formal | Argentina's note of June eh the Buenos Aires Govhad asked for the return Eichmann and the punishthose who had captured ri specialist in the mas* i of Jews. the contents of the lonf nets were not disclosed, ir is understood to make that Israel has no inof tetwrning Eichmann to At the same time, r, thenote reaffirms Is jll reepect for Argentine jnty. The letter declares of Israel's most importsign policy goals is the ration of friendly relations rsontina. The Israel reply was sent after the Foreign Minister at Buenos Aires had reminded Israel's Ambassador there. Aryeh Levavi. that it had not as yet received a reply to its June 8 letter to Israel. Mr. Levavi was expected to present his new note to the Buenos Aires Foreign Ministry. Strenuous efforts are being continued here to attempt a raprochement with Argentina and the reestablishment of the friendly relations that have existed with Argentina for 12 years. Israel circles here are considering a special gesture of amity toward Argentina, possibly the sending of a high-ranking personality whose task would be to soothe Argentinian sensibilities that have been hurt by the admitted violation of Argentine sovereignty. Eichmann is officially still under detention for interrogotion, and no date has yet been fixed for his formal arraignment on the charges of "crimes against the Jewish people" and "crimes against humanity." Both those charges carry the death penalty under Israeli law. Sunday, a magistrate went to his secret place of custody and extended the detention order against the Nazi for the fourth time. The new warrant prolongs the detention. Austria Charged With Indemnity Program failure TEL AVIV (JTA) — The World Assn. of Austrian Jews issued a special statement recently which emphasized that the Government of Austria has failed to pass any legislation to indemnity victims of the Nazi regime in Austria despite repeated assurances it would do so. The association, declaring it spoke for 75.000 Austrian Jews surviving from a pre -Hitler Jewish community of 200,000, said that the sum of $35,000,000 set aside by Austria to compensate all victims of Nazism, including the Jews, was inadequate. The statement noted that property losses of the Jewish community alone amounted to $1,000,000,000. In Vienna, Dr. Nahum Goldmann reported at a public meeting on the results of his talks with Chancellor Julius Raab and Vice Chancellor Bruno Pitterman. He said the two government leaders promised him to take definite step* concerning restitution for Jewish victims of the Austrian Nazi regime. Asserting there was foundation for hope that Austria would act on the issue. Dr. Goldmann a dded that if the current Parliementt failed te enact such laws, world Jewry would regard such inaction as constituting a lack of good will. Meanwhile, France and West Germany have at last reached "basic agreement" in long-deadlocked negotiation for the indemnification of French citizens who had been persecuted by the Nazi regime, government circles revealed this week in Bon. Details of the agreement were not made public. The negotiations broke down a year ago when France insisted that compensation was due not only to Frenchmen persecuted by the Germans during World War II because of race or religion, but also members of the wartime underground movement. iING THE WEEK IS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A *r in victory or defeat. Only the anti-Semite made a caricature i Wailing Wall and the distortion of the Jewish personality in the —while ignoring his own part in their enforced establishment, hat is these terms, was Dr. Goldmann's contribution on the on of his recent address in Paris? Apart from the fact that he \ unsuccessfully to deal with anti-Semitism in the abstract, it sughis over-exposure in the world Jewish community. Either as a Ued agent between American Jewry and the U.S. Internal RevJepartment during the recent "reorganization" of the United i Appeal." or standing on a cold January day with Chancellor Jier before a newly-polished West German memorial desecrated [wake of the Cologne anti-Semitic excesses. Dr. Goldmann these limply has too many things to say in too many places at too many ns. often can one avoid foot-in-mouth disease? ^^__^__ Tox Group Prepares Report Tax and equalization committee of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. is preparing a proposal for the elimination of the intangible personal property tax. David G. Berry, chairman of the committee, said that "many efforts have been made to remove this unpopular tax that can only be referred to as a necessary evil. Now we have a plan that will provide additional revenue to replace moneys gained through the present tax." Berry has appointed Billy Green chairman of a sub-committee on I sales tax to spearhead the campaign. Working with him will be Williar Farr, Godfrey Perell, Mitchell Litving and William M. Croc !kett, jr., the association's executive director. Simon E. 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Page 12-A +ie*isHlcrHkM Frtday. July 8. 1*1 Washington Council Lauds Ban .t^** Students recently confirmed at Temple Zamora Tescher. Phyllis Brenner. Debby Douglass, and include standing (left to right) Malvin Rubin. Barry Green3tein. Seated are Roschelle BeckMimie Oberstein. Barbara Swan. John Miller, erman. Cantor Meyer Gisser. Rabbi B. Leon Lee Johanessberg. Jessica R. Hurwitz. Danold HurwiU. and Harlene Greenstein. Auction Will Feature Program An auction will be the huhlight of Camp Ma Ka Bee's annual carnival and supper scheduled for Wednesday from 5 to 8 p m at the Miami YMHA Branch. 450 S\V 16th \e. In addition to supper and over 15 game booths, planned and operated by the campers themselves, dozens of valuable items Mill be auctioned off. Proceeds will give 15 needy boys and girls a summer day camp experience REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE •rector Miami's Uraest I OM.jt \NSSltM %  ***> V-. ..— i *W1^S !" *W *WW Jj %  %  # • %  %  C Hebrew 1 Sun^o, Sg enftj a hi eoa ec* -da; itri Ral ••3 i J rontf wafri Certainly you would not wail for an rn x r a rttcy lo force you into taking out liltinsurance this i something you con*iklrr calmly, and decide on after thorough investigatta*. Doesn't •election of our family Memorial Plot merit I he same IUJKIOU. concern? Of course.Thai'* why yu II oanl in tui.l oul about Miami'* ones! and oldwi Jewish cemetery today. Mount .Nebo' Perpetual Care Fund (largest of any local Jcv.i-1, cemetery), alread) n.eed* 1100,000 5erenil and loM-lmr-u ilkrtnotr ... a pl gladlv fit en. in tour lionte or by mad. • 1 • • r • *YOUl JEWISH HERITAGE" h printed In Entlish-a Intpiring booklet for •very home and avenreafalt "^ i *? t0, R, r Kaaior, WBmWmTtm. ****r% mtosr Bt*uT„ UL exclusively JCWI$H GKMKTUV Mount Nejo Cemetery. 3505 M.W. 3,a St, Miami. He. Plnur *nd me, uuhtml oUtgatum. full •*,/<**,: U~t on hamul) Buruil Estate, in tfqwu Stbo. Name Zoae Stale J y ( •80S Northwoat Oral Otr^t



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July 8. 1960 i. isssssi [irm^mmmmmmmmm TALES OF MORAIS brr.is a Story oW ofceut o man viritrd* tfle LoutTr. whrre ihr [•ainttngs art displayed". Thctt tings hare MCf-ved the acclaim \oied critics and authorities on The paintings are old. and executed by tome of the great• fen in the field of art. The [ goes on to say that the visitor. looking at a number of the ngj. turned to the man next to wdmds | cannot see why people ma\e ~ fuss about them. 1 tee nothing \ trftd m thtm." To which His nion replied. "The paintings on trial, vou are." >RAL: Many people cannot voter of religion. Religion fried the individual it. ^JmisHhrSdHan Pag* 13-A MIMI | -W.1. OF WISDOM en iron u>o Treated, the trees ',o tremble. Said iron to them: I \o vou trembled Let none of enter me, and not one of : I be injured. OHM. KABBAH 5:10 of no importance unless [ supreme importance. — HBSCHF.L. • i kills three: the speaker, the /. and the listener. —MUM. KABBAH 19:2. • • • (coming world they will not [Why loere you not Moses? att\ "•: "Why toere you tiff" — BUBFR. Am Will Officers Beth Asa will install ofBi social function Saturg at Miami Springs Vil %  istalled are Robert H. 0re sklent for a second Levine, executive vice t Barney Bernstein. Herand Sidney Scnreer, ents. [offman was reelected installed president of Brotherhood. Kronish Report [ Detroit last week attend annual meeting of tht Difference of Americat tabbi Leon Kronish, of eth Sholom, presented s on "National Stand[Bar Mitrvah and Bas snish was chairman of ilttee of the Commission Education, which held meeting prior to the tssion of the Central ConAmerican Rabbis, th Sholom spiritual leadtended the annual meetcurriculum committee, | down the goals and spetives for the 600 congreeligious schools affiliated [Union of American Hee-gations. 3n f IT. and Mrs. Jules Dosslck: Murk Pmii -on of Mr. and Mrs. Sanfoid Ooldberg. AN6HE CMC*. Conservative, president. 33 *W loth awe. Maxwell Sllberman. >r Returns Duties health reasons forced aurice Neu to resign [post at Congregation Yeshe last year. \b Rosenfeld, president, annoueed Cantor Neu's the congregation. CanIs already begun rehearsHigh Holy Days. PS in North Miami Beach fe and three children. uiQinm Tim i — 0:57 pjn. sVhat is the history of tha> Biblical word "Shibboleth?" At the present time it means the ipplication of a test by which we identify a certain person or a :roup. It has its origin in the aneclote related in the twelfth chapter •f Judges. There was a fierce batle between the Gileadites and the Sphraimites. In order to ascertain vho is an Ephraimite, J e p t h a caused every soldier who sought o cross the border to say •Shibboleth." The Ephraimites could not pronounce the "sh" and pronounced it "sibboleth." as* Was Sarah a relative of Abraham? Yes. She was his hatf-sister, the laughter of the same father, but wt of the saaae mother (Gen. 20:12). a • • Why do Jews face the last when prayinsj? In Jerusalem, the Jews always turned their faces toward the "Holy Hill" of the Temple while praying (Dan 6:10). In the court of the Temple, the Jews in prayer faced the Temple itself, to the Holy of Holies (I Kings 8:38). Is It trvothet Abraham on ana occasion aiaianm tithe ta a artaetf Yes, it is true. The Bible speaks (Gen. 14:18) of Melchizedek, King of Salem, who met Abraham with This page is prepared in coI operation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbin%  ical Assn. Rabbi David Herson Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Herson Tales and Gems of Wisdom Rabbi B. Leon Hursrits Know Tour Heritage wine and bread, aad that since Melchizedek was a priest, Abraham give him "tithes of all." Melchizedek is mentioned again in the book of Psalms (110:4). • a a Whan was the Ark ef the Cavanant last heard eft No reference is made to it after Josiah ordered It to be restored to the Temple (2 Chron. 35:3). It is assumed that it.was carried away by Nebuchadnezzar when he plundered the Temple. There is a tradition, however, that before Nebuchadnezzar plundered the Temple, the priests hid the Ark and that its hiding place will be revealed by the Messiah. His knowledge of it will be one of the proofs of his claims. %  ETH DAVID. 1436 SW 3rd a vs. Con servative. rtafeOI Vaarkov "losenbera C awasr William W. kipson. —— a — • ETH EL. SCO SW 17th sve. Orthodon *la*kl So teen e r %  '•.iff. Friday :4S p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Jeffrey Kills, snn of Mr. ami Mr*. Allen MI'ler. Sermon: "Challenge for the Future." •ETH EMETH. 12260 NW 2nd avs. Conservative. Rabbi David w. Her. •on. Cantor Hymsn ax* Friday llU p.m. 8errr.on: "Do Jows Have a Monopoly on Prophecy?" hlat%  i-liiv 9 a.m. He.rmon: "Spiritual Connicta." • IETH ISStACL. 4000 Pralria ave. OrthoOox. Rabbi H. LOUH Rottman. •ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washirtflton ava. Orthodov. Rabbi Tlbor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamcbes. —a— CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40S ISth st. Orthodon. Rabbi Chatm Karllnsky. :ORAL WAV JEWISH CEMTER. S7SS SW isth St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. 3ADE HEIGHT* CENTER. 1SM0 NW 2n0 ave. Conservative. Cantor Emin ucl Mandel. fLAGLEH-GRANADA. 90 NW Slat pi Conservative. Rabbi Barnard Shoter. Cantor Frsd Bernstein. Friday 4:45 p.m. Saturday t:S0 a.m. FT. LAUDERDALk. EMANU-EL. 1B01 C Andrew* ava. Reform. Rabbi Marhia Ranaon. Cantor Snarwin Levins. HIALCAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1180 W. sBth st.. Hialeah. Rabbi Nathan Zwittnan. ISRAELITE CENTER. 317S SW 29th tar. Conservative. Rabb) Morten Malavsky. Cantor Louis Canon. KNE8ETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid mvo Orthodos. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Self Friday <:S p.m. Saturday 3:30 a.m. Seimun: "Thwartlns; t^e Kvll I>^~ reof Othern." Bar MltuvwhRonald, son %  ,f Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kate; Norman. son of Mr. and Mr. Otto Haas. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodos. Rabb' Henchell ftavilfe. Cantor Joseph Salzman. hriday *:50 p.m. Saturday t a.m. MONTICELLO FARK. 1S*th St. and NE 11th ava. Conservative. Rabbi Mas Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 1:41 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Michael, non of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Borensleln. Mlncr.a < p m Sermon: "How Kthlral <:*n V> e 0>in the Business World?" NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 7Mh st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. SOUTHWEST CENrtft. S43S SW •tret. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 1:18 p m Sermon: "Teaohlnsre of the Talmud." Ones Shatibat to follow. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Pardon." TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Friday t p.m. at Unified hid*-.. 2300 Sh 171st st. Sermon: "Flattery Can be Very Disarming." t^nag 6habbat hosts: \lr. and Mrs. Joe Miller in honor of he return of their son. William How.rd. from service. Saturday t a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. M60 N. Kendall dr., S Miami. Reform Rabbi Hsraert Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner %  Ylday 1:15 p.m. Rabbi Baumgard reumes pulpit following his return from he Pentrnl Conference of American Habhls In Detroit. TEMPLE BETH ELT 1S46 Polk st. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samue' TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB Flamin g o Way. Conservative. Lee Heim. TEMPLE ZION. S72B SW 17th at. Con.ervatlve. Rabbi Alfred Wiman. Canter Jacob Goldfarb. TIFERETH ISRAEL sV N. Miami sve. Cantor Albert Giants. Ki ma> S:30 p.m. Uurst spiritual leader: Kabhl Naiii.in H. Zwltman. Sermon: "Ji'dalian—Rellsrlon of Life." Saturday • a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Barry, aon Of Mr. and Mrs. Ieo Metzarer. Sermon: "How Uoodly are Thy Tents. O Jacob?" TORAH TEMPLE. 1SS4 Wast Of. Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casset. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Cantor Morris Banger. Fi Iday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Buildiiikr Bridges." Saturday a.m. Bar Mltzvah. Oarv. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gaines. —•— YOUNG ISRAEL. 90 NE 171st a*. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. a ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zmmore ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Mayer Glsser. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltzvah. Billot Bloom. Sermon: "Transmitting the Crown." OrseaV rew rONversafi'oN n^a?yijn f i u TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 17SB Manrae st Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lersr. Cantor Irstf Sastraibor. rlday t p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar \1ltzvah: Mark, aon of Mr. and Mrs. jiuis Rosen. -EMPLB BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ava. Liberal. Rabbi Lean Kronisk Cantor Davle Canvlsar. •"rlday 8 15 p.m. Saturday !•:& am. rBMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16BB0 NW find ava. Conservative. Rabb Sheldon EdwardsCanter Ben Grace TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing tan ava. Cenaervallve. Rabbi Irvint Lehrman. Cantor Isrsal Raich. riMSLE ISRAEL. -187 NE Itth at Reform. Rabbi Jaaaph R. Naret Canter Jacob Bornataln. TEMPLE JUDEA. 88B Palermo ava Liberal. Rabbi Msrris Skop. CantoHerman Gottlieb. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 60th at. am Tartan* Waterway. Modern Tradl tienal. Rabbi Eugene Labovltz. Can tor tawmal Gombero. Friday 6:46 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1Z10. NE 1Sth ava. Reform. Rabbi Benm M. Wallach. Friday 8:16 p.m. Service to be cont • I • T T T T %  T t •" T I • T-S • j %  • T I • **l T 2ri\?r\ urr K*7 ,"nen—xs73 .ina n'pss-nv.s^ ^na Tiannrpiann^KTr JTTvrg riTDiorj ooa Vs nn^an na^ 1 ? oipoa : iDa 1 ? ias ran jin|? a*i ma nxi SntfK ruiB m T J V I I • T I 1 %  ;. .tthnn-ta jopn i-BO-px 1 ? nfin orr-inK TIT rD-nas ^ nnD*Tto -T3T1K3 1J^ siWJOT / nr r T nriai ,n"ii nriTif TRANSLATION Zabarim Tooorhor With PWW IflNWflsTAfwBt When three years ago Yechiel Erei came to a settlement of new immigrants in the mountains of Jerusalem he found fifty-five families from Kurdistan there. The situation in the village was difficult for though the immigrants know how to tend fruit trees they dkl net know the meaning of a budget or of cooperation. Yechiel was the social instructor of the Jewish Agency. Instead of going home every evening as is customary he brought his wife Edna and their one-month old son with him to the village. They were followed to Even Sapir by another Zabar family, David Eichenbaum who worked in the University in Jerusalem, his wife Rachel, who was a teacher and their daughter Dinah, who was tea Vearsold. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamtt) m



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Page 14-A *Jmlstfk>rkUan Friday, Ju] y 8l980 from Hollywood: HERBERT G. IUFT TV Rendering of Warsaw Ghetto Meant lights, Camera!... Hollywood P ETER KORTNER, producer of the T)k\ house 90 network show, invited me to jo'.n him in the control booth, studio 31 at CBS Television City in Hollywood, for the video-taping of "In the Presence cf Mine Enemies." the dramatization of an episode from the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. Before our eyes and ears unraveled the tragic tale of one Jewish family, symoolizing the plight of all. in Rod Serling's poetic narrative. Your columnist watched Act 3 of the 90-minute show One scene before the cameras during our visit waa reproduction cf the committee-room of the elders of Warsaw's Jewish community. Ben-Ari (one of the original members Book Editor Hilarv Mindlin is <• roedtum Htrt HoJIjrI ...lum,,.! Mubttl Luft r((fl>."" the r"diulu,t\of In At Present* of Mm, Enemut' the controversial Rod S**ft*| "'"•' %  %  "I &<***> Ghetto which recently fnured so r-rominrntlv in the newi. of the Habimah). bearded for his role, with forceful modulation questioned Rabbi Heller (Charles Laughton) about the names of those who daily were disappearing from the ghetto. There are thousands, the rabbi insisted, knowing that a new listing wouldn't bring back to life the men. women and children deported to human slaughter houses. Another showed a stirring scene between Heller and his son Paul (Arthur Kennedy), whose business it had become to kill Nazis. The father demands moderation from his ,-nSKK % % % % %  ^*rmv^r. glfl Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Free Speech of Washington's Nazi Corps Washington T HE DISTRICT OF Columbia has arrest pickets wise denos> :> against lirms g ant Negro di.-cnnnnaN'azi pickets, carr\ir.g -.n^ of Ji wa, under the local inter%  • ipeeefa Clark X i rosecutor f"r the District of !y prosecuted pro III ief that J< bjecting to Uncoil Rockwell'i Bui inatici I the poU %  fei I %  r of I irtj Kio) d Washington by ordering a Jew ryini Mr RockweQ" by "talkTie Nan leader was mak.ng a pub%  5< tic baranf A i rs Kaate, 22 year-old Tarry Selininformed he had no right 10 nn> %  h en Rockwell waipeaki King uld interrupt if "the President of t+.e •nakmg an address. It was the "free speech" of Rockwell that police were con:h protecting. Stlmk;n sought to explain that he merely tried Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPfJER On Eichmann Echoes Jerusalem THE INDIGNATION over Argentuu. demand to handback Adolf Eichmann >vas shared by practically all Israeli.-. All newspapers came out editorially against the demand. The tone of the Argentine ultimation removed some of the uneasiness which was felt in some quarters about the rather non orthodox method by which Eichmann was brought to Israel. It was felt that, if the Argentine Government reacted so vehemently to the capture of Eichmann. one could not be sure whether — had the Argentine police been informed of Eichmannwhereabouts and ashed to arrest him — the Nazi criminal would not have been given a chance to escape, as did other Nazis when they were tracked down. While, by now. practically nobody doubted that there wa6 no other way to insure that Eichmann was brought to justice than by the method in which it was done, criticism nevertheless began to be voiced as to the way in which the Israel authorities handled the diplomatic and publicity angle of the aftair since the moment Eichmann was brought to Israel. The first announcement made by Mr. Ben-Gurion in the Knesset, about Eichmann's capture, stated that he wai found by memberof 'he Israeli Security ServiceTh..was reiterated in the first official communiques pub!by the Government Press Information Office, and also in an open letter from the Prime Minister to Achdut Haa\oia leader Israel Galih. published in the Hi-tadrut mor newspaper. • Davar." When some reports came from Argentina, claiming that former Jewish victims of the Nazis and non-Israeli secret agents helped to locate Eichmann. the head of the Israel Security Services hastily told a press conference that the entire operation of tracking down and capturing Eichmann was carried out solely by members of the Israel Security Services, without any assistance from other sources. It ail seemed as if the Security Services had suddenly cast off their cloak, and embarked on a campaign to win friends and secure affection. Though their pride in capturing Eichmann was understandable and fully justified in itself, their self-publicity proved somewhat irresponsible in light of further developments which could have been foreseen in advance. As reports multiplied in the world press that Eichmann was captured in Argentine, the Buenos Aires Government had no choice but to request an explanation from Israel. Simultaneously, there were indications from Argentine sources that they had no desire to blow up the issue and wanted only an explanation that would protect their national pride to ask a question "What about Hitler?" He con!• ised to shouting thiquestion. Selinkin was surrounded and molested by Rock•rail's • stromtroopcrs Selinkin was arrested along with one N;rz: But the Nazi uas released immediately, without trial, after forfeiting $10 collateral. The Anti Defamation League of B'nai Brith termed the silencing an.. BTrest of Selinkin a "gl injustice There was readiness to prosecute Jewbut tolerance of Nazi provocations. There was "tree speech" for Nazibut not for Jew-. M: King and the ParV Police were charged by the I" in.erpertation of their responsibilities The ADL stand against the licentiotu tbuse of "free speech" principles h rejected by another communal group The Dis'nct police, several monthage, actually hecto^raphed an order to arret Nazi agitators for disorderly conduct. Hear ing of this, the communal group rushed to District authorities ar.d managed, it the last moment, to pre issuance of the orders It was feared that Nazi "free speech" might be jeopardized. The President of the body -aid "it would be a bad bargain to secure the arrest of a crackpot like Rockwell at the expense of transforming the disorderly conduct statute into a vehicle capabale of being used for the suppression of free speech.'' But the same man remained silent when pobce, coddling the Nazi.-, arrested Jews who sought to exerise freedom of speech. Nor did the American Civil Liberties Union have anything to say about the denial of first amendment rights to Jew -. One police officer found a recent Rockwell rally amusing. He laughed as the former U.S. Navycommander pointed to persons in the crowd. Rockwell said "just look at the Jews—Look at the faces of some of them!" Rockwell and his stormtroopers baited, tormented, and insulted Jews with impunity. Similar treatment was given non-Jewish anti-Nazis. Since the rallies are held on the paved walk between the leading museum and the National Archives exhibit, tourists become a "captive audience." If they dare pro test, they find themselves surrounded and menaced by Rockwell's private army of husky brown-shirted, swastika-wearing, stormtroopers. When a handsome young man differed vocally with Rockwell's tirade, Nazis prepared to assault him. Police intervened, not against the Nazis.but to remonstrate with the young man. Police permitted the Nazis to call him a "filthy kike" and virtually spit in his face. He proclaimed to the police that he was a Catholic, not a Jew, and that he had a right to disagree with the Nazis. Police let them go. Shortly thereafter, they arrested two Jews who also tried to heck t le Rockwell. Police went so far as to drag one from a passing automobile. Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN offspring, lets Paul himself become a Nazi in his hatreds! the eafuny.-.lrwa long and intricate scene between Germ*] Col. Richter (a aharply-edged performance by George yT| cready). and Sgt. Lott (newcomer Robert Bedford) philosophy of the master race was pointedly clarifed U author and performers. Director Fielder Cook, a youngish man, guided Ji dramatic production from the control room. At the en] ter of a large and technically complicated master boa with three closed-circuit television screens in front of his 1 during actual photography, the director is the commasf ing general, surrounded by a technical staff of mixe audio and video engineers and a tape recordist on one it, and his artistic aides, script-supervisor and assistant* i the other. It is the director who tediously puts the drama gether, scene by scene. In constant contact with the manager on the set itself, via earphones and microphomj the director observes every detail, ordering changes retakes, switch of camera angles, the pick-up of cer_ dialogue scenes—and doing all this with the snap of finger. A smooth flow of continuity is established wa the video-taping is still in process. "In the Presence of Minp Enemiet." starring LaugJ ton, Kennedy, Susan Kohner and Oscar Homolka. was *> leased May 18. though it was photographed less than crj •reek ea: tier and had to be edited, scored and tranoferM in sue.' a short time. The theme of the Warsaw r.hJ been very close to both Bod Serling and KortwJ bave been pleading with the netwerk >;nce la t fall let the -how. Unfortunately. "Playhouse 9 L We are Jews." he said, "not because we are ignores] what is outside of Judaism but because we know outside and we have looked at what is outside with standing." Dr. Sandmel. who is provost of the H Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion, reresw <<>' as "a kindred religion" whose heritage J lated to ours But at the tame time he teUs the y< have no wish to be Christians; we have no aim ol % &f < n is to be Jews



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July 8. 1960 -Jmi&ncridlar) LEGAL NOTICI Page 15-A NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 11IVKN (h.-.l bdernlgned. desiring t.. mncr in p under the fictitious mm.' or W AiM-.TMKNTH at is-, lister said name with the i'l. i k th Terrace, Miami. Ha. intends air} of,pads £ol|m/, L. *5? JULIA BOODER IN r INN r Julia ;%  KMler •; M, ? i-v-i", NOTICE UNDER %  ICTlTlOUS NAME LAW MCI IS HEREBY OIVEN lh..| derslgned, desiring to engage In %  8 under the fi. tltlons naiie of I I RESTO F"oo| I'RiiiJi'CTd • >ie St ert. Miami Bearh. | 'to reglmer mid name M I ;-rk of the Circuit Court of "ounty Florida. I-MORE ENTERPRISES. INC. a Ha. Corp .N'iUNni-R fir Applicant <>"n Rd.. U 1/21. 7. r--is TIC* BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1TH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT Or HDA IN AND FOR DADE JNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C W4I N HARI'liR, II tiff, I. J B. HARPElt. .want. 1UIT FOR DIVORCE \,l JAM B. HAKPEK ye-a Unknown. iTILLIAM H. HARI'KR are otlfled th.it a Kill of ComDtVorce his been flleil Irou, and ou are required t,. opy of your AII-.T or Plead* he BUI of ..ui|.laliit on the Attorne, e. Rli'HMOND A N. One Lincoln Road Buildni Beach, Florida and file the uer or Pleading in the of. '• clerk >f the circuit Court fore the. 22nd day of July, you full to .1.. M>. Judgment .t will Be taken against you e !aj demanded in the BUI of lie* shall be published once for foul i -.-cutlve weeks i WISH F'LORIDIAN. gXD ORDERED it Miami. vs Slat day of June. AH LEATHERMAN. Clerk, ^ourt. Dade County. Florida By I. KNICBDEN. ceputy Clerk i/M. T/i-l-ir tOTICC UNDER FlTIOUS NAME LAW IB HKRBBT OIVF.N that fine.I. desiring to engage In ider the fictitious name of BfBTALN CO. at 2782 N.W. l>rive. Miami, Pin.. InBjRst I name with fluke Cll I Ull Court of I Li,!.Mas .MEH Ml 1.1.ANK Y IVlNi; ISIcoFV LEO HESSEN Dougherty a. Zatac ]for Applicants Bldg. 1 21. 71--ir. UftYtHU tY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "Rabbi, rWe'i a g*ntlimm out H*r to know rf tbr'* a plocB in JBO. I I H for th* Hail. „ %  !,. •• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4989I-B IN RK: Estate of EVA KEPLER. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit, JS and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present mil Claims and demands which you may have against the estate of EVA BEPLER, deceased late oi Lla.de County, Florida, to the County Judge* of Dade County, and file the same in their office* In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred DANIEI. SKI ".Kit MACK BEPl.BR, ABseeutors of the Last Will and Testament. CHBREN A GOLDEN Attorneys for Kxecutors LEGAL NOTICI ".OUNTY JUDGES COURT FOR DADE COUNTY. IDA. IN PROBATE No. 47*803 tie Of lEflKNfriW \Y MCE TO CREDITORS kdHon, and Persons Having t>em.22.oo>. and [was assigned to SYLVIA lY. whose sddress is :'.'-' Avenue. Coral Cable-. -. Flon la reQuIrs i t.. present any payments which >ou or |OU nM) hae against the >K.N CCSKSSWAY. late of nitrite, to the HonorJudges of Dade Ooanty, thin H calendar months te of the first publication lima or demands to oonnl aii'lre-.of tliiclaimant and presented as aforesame will be burred, nurJKtlon TM H Florida Stai P M im. Beach. Florida, of June. I9i>. rLViA .;i -s I:\SWAY ca the Batata of kway Road bh. Fla. s/24. T'i-*-i:. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 60C m ANNA OOLDBTBIN, Plaintiff, vs. ABK COl.KSTKI.V. I >.'T' nilant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ABB GOLD8TUIN You. ABK c.oi.nHTKI.N, are hereby notified that a BIIL of Complaint for M\orce has been filed against you. and you are required to sOl ve a copy %  f v"ur Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. LBBOWm ANI> IIKI.I.KR. T0 Mist Street. Miami Reach. Florida, land file the original Answer or Plead' \ lug In the office of the Clerk of the PI ult Court on or before the 2th I day of July. 190. I' you fall to do so. 'Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill if Complain:. DONE ANP ORI>KRKI> at Miami. Florida, thi* Mtt! dai f June. A.l>. IN*. K B. LKATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. I>ade County F'torlda (seal) By: N. A HBWBTT. TVputy Clerk I.KII. >WITZ 4 BKI.I.KK 7M Kirst Street Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 7/l-!-ir.-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVKN that the undercugned, desiring* to engage In business under the fictitious name of KOOI.MAC.IK at 4800 N.K. Second Avenue. Miumi. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of r>ad County, Florida. RICHARD R. RKYNOI.PS WAI.KACK N. MAKK Attorney for Applicant •17 Blscayne Building Miami H2, F'lorlda 1/17-24. 7/1 -* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CAPITAL r'ACTORINQ COMPANY (not Inc.) at Dade County. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of >h Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WM I COLD, 5(1'1 WINNIE MARCl'H, VON ZAMFT KRAVIT7. Attorneys for Applicants 407 Lincoln Road 7 l- I M !E BY PUBLICATION J.RCUIT COURT OF THE IM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IA IN ANO FOR DAOE ITY. IN CHANCERY, No. tOC Mil WIIA'II PEREZ MARCO puiti-rz, Jint IT FOR OIVOnCB ce Marco Peres tllwell Credent I Hills, L.I. N.Y. I hereb> notified that a Bill lint for Divorce ha.< been you. and you are required copy of your Answer or the" BiM of Complaint on JRj Attorney, and file the iwer or P>adlng In the of(Clerk of the Circuit Court the l".th do of July. 19<< [to do so, Judgment by dele taken against >>u fur the nded In the Bill of cornice shall be published om-i for fo ir n'ecutlve weeks |i:\VIH!l F'l^HtllHAN IND OH Miami. ill 21st day of June. A.I). LBATHKRMAN. c rourt. In.le County, Florida By N A HEWITT. Keiuitv t'lerk fl. MUROPP Ro.i I eh, Fla •714. 7/1-1-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HERFTBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ot FXJl'IPMENT SALES ANO SERVICE at number 3299 S W. 8th Street In the City of Miami. Florida Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th day of June, 1980. FRANK H. MILLKK PAl'L M. TAYLOR WALLACE N. MAFIR Attorney for Applicant •07 Blscayne Building Miami 32. Florida 0/17-24. 7'1-K, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF.HY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flc:tf|ous name o< WORK PLACEMF'NT CO. at 117 N.B 7>th Street. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F'lorlda. OAIL HERMAN (sole owner) DAVID DRl'CKER Attorney for Applicant 310 Blscayne Building Miami 32. Florida 1/17-24. 7/1-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKBKHY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE TRAIL OKOCERY & MEAT MARKKT at 541 fcf.W. Mh Street. Miami, Florida Intend to register name with the Clerk of the Clicull Court of laile County. Florida LOUIS ARE!'. :,'!". Owner ERNESTINA AltKl'. .'." %  Owner fJOIjyilAN A GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Registrants ISM Wc-t Flagler St. Miami. F'lorlda 7/1-8 -1 NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER Or PU" tRIDIAN. DONE ANO uKUKRHlr at Mland. Florida, this 15th day of June. All i •(,;( %  E. B. LFIATHFRMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMW i>eiiuiy Clerk ANC.KLO A. AU 400 Alnsley Building Miami 32. Florid %  Attorney for Plainitff. 1/17-24.7/1-8 NOTICE UNDID FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW NOTICE 18 HBRKBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol CAMPI.IN AHSOt"IATES at 15000 W Dixie Highway, North Miami. Florida Intends to register aatd name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. J O CAMPLIN CLYDE E. FOSTER. JK. Attorney for J. D. Camplln 1/17-24.7/1-4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMC LAW NOTICE l.s HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MCNSHINB WHOLESALE Fi-OWat 1100 SW 57 Avenue. Miami. riorlJa intents to register said n with 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count*. Florlla, St'N'SIMNE FI.OWERS. INC. Paul Ashkenas, I'resid. nt EUCIENE LEMLICH Attorney for Sunshine Flowers. Inc. 1/17-14.7/1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW NOTFCE IS HEHERY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL REARINl! SERVICE OF' F'l/JRIDA at County of Dade intends to register said name with the Cl-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AL WEINF-.R Sole Owner ELI BRFXiKR Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Rd. 1/24.7/1-8-15 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 4/331 IN RE: Estate of SARAH TANFTNHAl'M. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL D SCHARQE NOTICFI is hereby given that 1 have filed my Final Report and petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Eaecutor or the estate of SARAH TANENBAl'M, deceased: and that on the 1st day of *"•• "' JAMES C. HENSON. I>eputy Clerk 7/1-8-15-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 0C 5BM CHARLES W. K<>CH. Plaintiff. n ANNA E KOCH, Defendant. • SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ANNA i: K' M'H 812 Rom St. llni i.-iniiK. Poanoylvanla You. ANNA K Keen, are hereto notified that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce hag been filed agaln.-t you, and you are require I to of \oiir Answer or Pleading to the Bill of complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, tXM OMAN \ noLDSTEIN, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the Office of the Clerk of th.Circuit Court on or before the 25th d .t July. 1980. |f >( H fa|| i element by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded >n tl" Kill of i 'omplaint. This notice shall be published r each week for four consecutive weeks In THB JEWISH FLORID!AN DONE AM" ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 22nd dav of June. A.l. 190. F:. B LKATHERMAN. (ierk. Chvnll Court. Dade County. Florida (Mall B) N A. HirWETT. DetMltV Clerk 'Ml.OMAN A OOI.I'STKIN Attorneys for Plaintiff MM West Flsgler Street Miami. Florida fi'24. 7 '-. -v r. NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRFTRY (SIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEACH Pl.I'MltlNC CO. at 1018 -6th Street. Miami Beach. F'l.i intends to register said name with the Ork of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANTHONY VFINTO WEINKI.I: J. KF:SSI.EK Attorne\s for Aptil' 814 Sex hold Building Miami. Fla. 1/17-24. 7 1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4*980 IN KF:: F>tate of AI.EXANI'KR CANC.ELOSI Ie'ea*ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons ll-iviaa Claims or Demands Against Said Batate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands whichyou mav have against the estate of AI.KXANDKR CANCEIA>H1 deceased late or Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in l>ade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the firs* publication hereof, or the same will be barred AMK1.IA CANOELOSI GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN Attorneys KM* W. Flagler St. Miami'. Florida 1/17-24.7/1-1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jewiitfk>rMian solicits your legal notice*! We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Oiaf I'll 3-46t)5 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Ns. *0C MI1 KAMt'EL MEYERS, fiiintiff. ; vs. I'KEL>F:KICA MKYFIRK. I 'efendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FTtFJDKI'.ICA MF)YEKH c/o Jerry Cifelll 143 Lexington Place Ellilsbetli Sew .ler~, You F"RI-:I>F:RJCA MF:YI-:RS are hereby notified lliut a Bill of Complaint for Dtvorce has been filed against you. and you are requ red to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Comp'aint on the plaintiff's Attorney. ANOKLo A. ALI. 400 Alnsley lliulding. Miami VJ. Florida atid file the original Answer or Pleading In the office ,.f the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before tha isth day o' July. t:".". If you fail to do so, Judgment by de'ault will bo taken again-t you for the relief demanfled In the Bill of Complaint This notice shall be published once aactl week for four consec itive weeka in THE JEWISH F!/>RII>IAN ININK AND ot'.DKRKD at Miami, Mori.la. this l.'.lh day of June, AD. i:-o E. I: LBATHERMAJ4, Clerk, ('in uit Court. l>ade County, Florida (seal) B) K M I.V.VIAN, Do %  %  < Ierk ANOELO A Al.l 40O Ains'ey Building Miami :!L'. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff %  i 17-24. 7/1-8 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the u n dersigned, desiring to engage In business under th* 'i.:i %  of IIMlio BOTTLING CO. at 1051 B, -.'.".rd street. Hlaleah Intend to register Said name with tl"Cl-'k of t h e Circuit Conn ..I Dade Co int.Ftorida. RH'IIAI'.n BERNM MARTIN BBRNS g/17-2* 7/1-1 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTe-LOR OA No. 474O0-C RE: ESTATE nK THOMAS LAWWON THREIJvhTLD Deceass d. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ihere!,. g|\en that I have fil—l a final report and petition for F'inal Discharge as Administrator of the .state of Thomas l.iws.n Threlkeld deceased; and that on the 15th dav of .lulv. IM*. will apply to the Hon..i aide W. h' I'.lanton. Frank B. lN,w!in and George T. Clark. ('unty Judges of Dado County. Florida, for approval of said final renort and for final discharge ss Administrator of the estate of TIP'MAS LAW SOW THRBLKRLD. deceased Tinir.lh '1 IJ of June. I'"I0. HOMER c TIIKIM K'l.n. Administrator. By : Max P Engel EN.; EL POLLACK Attorneys for Administrator Suite Mill. Blscayne Building Miami U, Florida 8/17-24.7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVBM that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MR. PINNY'S PKlll FiTORF" il 6200 N.W. 18th Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk -.f the Ciicult Court of Dado County. Florida BERNABD SOBN1CR-. 50% Partner MoRKIS SOSNICK. 50* Partner GOLDMAN A GOLrWTKIN Attorneys for IteKistranta 2S0a West Flagler Street Miami. Florida S'17-24, 7/1-S NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF'.RFJBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CAPR1' F>>">D PRODUCTS at 14! Flast 27th Street. Hialeah. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade Couniv, Florida. .IKRRY ITALO BARONE and SAM ARBITOO d/b/a Capri Plata Comnonv. G42 K. 27th St Hialeah. Fla. BNYDEK a YOt'Nfl Attorneys for Applicants 8/17-S4. 7/1-1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! COmPOHATMON OWITFiTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at IH 3-465



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ter 22 Years of Service, Federation is Now at Home Greater Miami Jewish Fedlast week moved into its nanent headquarters at 1317 syne blvd., ending a 22-year of "temporary tenancy" in a dozen spots throughout l county, ring with Federation were .'ices of on f U a ,8 e c y f Miami, Florida. Friday. July 8, 1960 BS. National Council of Jew —— ——1 L "Jewish Floridian Section B Dade Jewry's Central Community Body Moves to Permanent Quarters rits HtlMAN fomtn. formerly of 135 NW |ve. The Council occupies ffices on the third floor of Jding. purchase of the three-story ig closes a hectic chapter in of Federation, now freecentral agency of the speclease expirations, temporHces, and in adequate facilis where the heart is, ly, and Federations heart Jly wherever people meet, eems to have profjded Clue for the various locathe central Jewish agen[more than two decades, a handful of men can reFedeeration's first meet[May, 1938, just 22 years took place at the home of I Mrs. Sam Blank, [using many of the homes citirenry for Federation an "office" was estabdesk-space on the third [the Congress bldg., Miese quarters, in Room B occupied by Federation I to 1941. The War Y. The late Mr. Ginsberg, the genius behind the impressive office building at 420 Lincoln rd., was the embodiment of the "success story." The man who offered Federation a suite of offices on the mezzanine floor for $1 a year for ten years understood human need. Descended from six generations of rabbis, one of his first humanitarian acts was to found a Hebrew school in Brooklyn in 1910. During the many years he lived in New York, he participated in a variety of communal projects, both non-sectarian and Jewish in character. During his lifetime. Ginsberg's span of philanthropies numbered among them every type of community and general institution. such as Jewish Centers, hospitals, New York Federation, United Jewish Appeal, Hadassah. Hebrew schools. Zionist Organization, Hebrew University, and Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal. As the Jewish community continued to grow, systems changed with the times, better and better business methods were employed. Greater numbers of people were lie advent of World War business firms retrenchsize of their offices, I tome cases, closed for the "casualties" in this r was Federation. Their Ee was expendable. After search for new quarters, was discovered in the ccs of Baron de Hirsch ho, at that time, was lo6th st. and Collins ave. donated the space to (The building has ^ razed.) [year, until 1942, Federtfsacted its services from I law offices there. out this time, Miamians effort should be made [ Federation centrally, on 5 side oi the Bay, if [After some exploration, Jfices were found in Fedoriginal home in the bldg. Once again, a \t made to accommodate tple, to keep pace with p t to help those who re: through the remainwar, and until 1948, in-officcs in Room 1002 ngress bldg. was FederIme. Miami's Jewish popuzoomed to new heights, needs began to ition was once again the prospect of finding era to carry on the comof community planning raisins for its many es. le a turning point in I's "office" life. •Free Si i ct Ginsberg, owner of the [office building at 42f Miami Beach, gav. ii, rent-free, for a period |rs, a portion of the Mez Or of offices. Here, Fedfoccupied 2,378 sq. ft. of ace, and as time went on, red to develop, within ns. some of the office es and techniques cornother Federations in Ities. Former apartment house, now the nerve center of Jewish organized communal activity This is Federation's new home at 1317 B : scayne blvd., at MacArthur causeway, facing Sears, Roebuck and Company. The simple N.Cr. colonial architectural lines were prevalent in the mid-twenties when the edifice went up. Structurally sound, the three-story building has withstood the battering of Florida's worst hurricanes in 1938, 1946 and 1950. f O c y a 3 rittST H.OBH, ft AM First floor plan shows entrance lobby at left from Biscayne blvd. Located just right of entrance way are offices of campaign director, campaign assistant, and secretaries. Across the lobby are four additional campaign staff offices. A small reception area, switchboard. and campaign supply room occupy the center section. Shaded area signifies rear half of first floor where Women's Division, board rooms, and addressograph sections are located. UPTON SHOCHil KOSKHAM 6ISJSMK becoming part of the Federal. on family, both in the capacities of contributor, worker, and recipient of welfare benefits. Change and growth were in the air. The 10year ppriod between 1948 and 1958 saw the Jewish pcpulat.on nearly doubled. Evenr.creas. g demands were made for more religious schols, a new hospital, aid to families, children, aped a .id unemployed. This was the ti:r.e of influx of new Americans, it was the period of the Mid-East crisis, and a multitude cl local and national problems ccncern.ng the central agency and its constituents. Permanent Quarters A decade, from 1948 to 1938. was slipping by, in the meantime, and following the death of Moses Ginsberg. Federation's tea-year lease expired. New ownerst of the Mercantile Bank bldg. required the mezzanine floor for expansion of its banking facilities. Faced again with the prr of moving, the leadership now decided to discuss seriou.'.'.v the ieiea of securing a permanent he.dquarttrs located centrally, within eacy reach of all residents. Sam J. Heiman, now preside it of Federation, was appointed chairman of a temporary headquarters committee to help select an interim office until ti.t pern nent site could be found. His committee combed all cf Dade county for a possible locat. n without success. The combined services of every real eslate broker WSJ thrown into action, but office space to suit Federation's reouir( ments simply was not available. Finally, as the mc\'r>p deadline <:p^roached, Seymevr Rubin, a rr< ber of Federation's campa:: el and an active lea in the Combined Jewish Appeal, off' re i 1; rent a loft-space to Felera:,< a 11 the second floor of 424 Lincoln lane. Then, in May, 1958, Federat. m moved again — for the sixth time. Turning a former fur shop into a campaign office presented a Continued en Page 8 B -"— EASY REACH —— Federation is now within easy reach of all type* of transportation. Strategically locatec en Miami's busy Biscayne fc-lvd. at NE 13th st.. the now he me of Federation is accessible by either car or bus from anf ?a rl of Dado county. Miami Beach buses C-K-LS and T approach Federation by both Venetian anc MacArthur causeways, arc slop withir • block of the building. In Miami, buses No, 6-1114 and 30 leave from Flagler St., in front of Lane Bryant's store, and travel north on Biscayno blvd., directly to the Ccor of Federation. Vintors coming by car will find free parking space on Federation's private lot at the rear of the building, facing Bayshorodr.



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Pag* 3-8 %  / Civing adds zest to life." states Mrs. Saiah Sive Czech. She kould know, because the 85-year-young former manuiac*" of ladies apparel in Cincinnati is one of Miami Beach's gest contributors to many causes, including the Combined rish Appeal. Mt. Sinai Hospital. Jewish Theological SeminI Jewish Home for the Aged, and the Southwest Jewish Bier. Mrs. Czech is shown here at a recent dinner, together h her son, Ben Sire, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretzky, own\ of the National hotel, where Mrs. Czech has been a resident Hhe past four years. Miami Woman Named Chairman The Eight and Forty, subsidiary organization of the American Legion, has named Miamiah Mrs. Doris Kater Green as national chairman for the Marche rationale convention at Miami Beach. The group will hold its one-day meeting on Oct. 15 at the Deauville hotel, just prior to the Auxiliary's sessions which will also be held there. Eligibility in the Eight and Forty is predicated on outstanding service and achievement in the Auxiliary, and membership is by invitation only. Active in Legion work since 1935, Mrs. Green is a member of Miami \ Beach Post 85. and Dade County Salon No. 34. Mrs. Green makes her home at 125 SW 27th rd. Serving as vice chairman of the national meeting is Mrs. Joseph Boyd, of Hialeah. lassah Members Across Nation Ready Pilgrimage to New Medical Center By Special Report YORK — The second HaPilgrimage to Israel will Jew York City, aboard the rndence on July 12. than 400 leaders and memHadassah, the Women's Organization of America, 111 pans of the United States, irticipate in the Hadassah nagc. In addition to those go\ I srael on the SS IndependTanother group of Hadassah fcnage members will make the By air K point of the pilgrimage will I dedication of the $25 mil%  sta-sah Hebrew University Kl Center at Kiryat Hadas %  adassah Town), on the westVskirts of Jerusalem on Aug. %  fng the pilgrimage will be Herman Shulman, former naresident of Hadassah. Shulman said that members [Hadassah Pilgrimage will in "the colorful and [ceremonies" being planned [dedication of the HadassahUniversity Medical Center It Hadassah. They will car[them an array of American Igs, representing every the American Union and tiro, which will be featured kvenue of American State [at the Medical Center dedemonies. The "Avenue of American State Flags" will symbolize "the bridge of understanding between the democracies of the United States and Israel," she said. Premier David Ben-Gurion and Ogden Reid. United States Ambassador to Israel, will be principal speakers at the Medical Center dedication ceremonies. Other key speakers at this historic event will be Dr. Miriam K. Freund, national president of Hadassah; Prof. Benjamin Mazar, president of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; and Dr. Kalman J. Mann, directorgeneral of the Hadassah Medical I Organization in Israel. Mrs. Shulman Mid thai a special program is being developed as part of the Medical Center dedication ceremonies for the participation of the different Jewish, Arab and Christian communities of Israel. She said that a special flight has been arranged to enable representatives of Hadassah chapters and regions, members of Hadassah's national board, and national service committee to take part in the ceremonies. Mrs. Abraham Tulin, national chairman of Hadassah's Medical Center Committee, said that the Medical Center, which has been under construction for four and a half years, constitutes "a milestone in the medical development of Israel." Mrs. Nathan D. Perlman, nationCenter Program Enrollment Up In less than two years, the enrollment in the Southwest YMHA Branch early child development program has increased more than 1400 per cent, according to an announcement Wednesday. The program, which is geared to meeting the needs of pre-school children between the ages of 3 and 6 for social development, will add an additional group to the program for the term beginning Sept. 6. Another innovation is a full-day program geared to meet the needs of working parents and those children who can benefit from a full day program. Parents interested in partnip.it ing in this program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, a beneficiary agency of the United Fund and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, may contact Mrs. Ethel Grossman, supervisor of the program, 450 SW 18th ave. Philip Millstein is the newly-appointed director of the Southwest YMHA Branch, and Mrs. Charles Harris is head teacher of the program there. al chairman of the Hadassah Medical organization committee in the ; United States, said that the Medical Center will consolidate Hadassah's medical, clinical, diagnostic and research facilities in Jerusalem. Designed by the prominent New York architect, Joseph Neufeld, j the Medical Center will include a 500-bed teaching hospital with ; service laboratories; a separate] Mother and Child Pavilion for maj ternity and infant care; the Rosen-! sohn Outpatient Clinic, capable of | handling more than 200,000 patient visits annually; the Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School, only medical school in Israel, founded in 1949 by the Hebrew University and Hadassah; and the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing and Residence. DOG RACING TONIGHT k magnificent /Vt^y/. ^ M IAMI BEACH • 'it ( Mif cj i.' nil" itfanti • All-Weather Protection • Glass Enclosed Grandstand • Air-Conditioned Clubhouse • Terraced Dining Room • 5,500 Individual Seats Kennel Club FIRST RACE 8:15 EM. /\\ >< rt ations phont U 1,()Vis MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club III' INI) Ol C>LL1N!J w I \l I. MIAMI HI A< II FLOR FOAMLITE LOUNGE' %  ,.^' ITS A COT ITS A LOUNGE ITS CONTOURS TOO -iy 29 9S It's a wonder! 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+Je*lsfifhrkten Ardmore MffS. JACK COOK Cook, Anton Exchange Vows In a double ring ceremony on Friday noon, July 1. at the Carillon hotel, Miss Gelda Lee Anton became the bride of Jack Roger f Cook. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Antokolitz, Pottsville. Pa., and 1535 West ave.. Mi-1 ami Beach The groom is the son : of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cook, 1470 lGlh st. The bride selected a traditional wedding gown of alencon lace with fitted bodice, scalloped neckline, cap sleeves, and bouffant skirt of silk organza. She carried white orchids, stephanotis, and uly-of-the ; valley. For something borrowed, she wore a single strand of culture seed pearls belonging to her mother. Matron of honor was Mrs. Sol \ Lipton, the bride's sister-in-law. Carl Lipton, brother-in-law of the groom, was best man. Newlywed Mrs. Cook attended Ithaca College and Pennsylvania State College. She majored in English composition. The groom is a graduate of Mi-' ami Beach High School, and will continue his senior year at the Un-. iversity of Miami engineering! school. Formal luncheon followed at the' Carillon. The couple are spending their j honeymoon touring Florida. On their return, they will make their home at 3693 SW 24th ter., Miami. Page 5-8 G ARRIAGE L0UNSE10R by Samuel Cf. SisterMr. and Mrs. David Rosenblatt, of, hood will have its regular monthly lub of Greater Miami 2281 Coral Way, Miami | rummage sale on Thursday, July .naual picnic on Sun-! j^ ^^ „,.„ lo ^ married < "^ V <£\""*-^'1* ieson Hammock. m April, 1961. L, 27nave. In charge of informak tion is Mrs. Simon Botner. chair% % %  % % % %  MiHB^BHH^^H^ man Ertj'oiL SEABOARD m*fi \\ Luxury and Courtesy when yon travel %  ^ NORTH! RELAX in th gay holiday letting of a Seaboard Streamliner Saa how fans* nervat loottn up as you view the lovely countryside through the windows of roomv lounges —the tavern observotlbn car, modern center-lounge coaches. the Pullman-travel Sun lounge on the Silver Meteor. I* a delicious, thrifty treat, the exclusive "Hospitality Hour" ling interlude. Taking the children? There's a REGISTERED iboard, as well as a Passenger Service Agent. Let the mile* swiftly and safely, with nothing to mar your peace of mind Thing to gain from Seaboard's cheerful, courteous service I GMATLY REDUCED ROUND-TRIP PARES IN COACHIS OR PULLMANS NOW TO NOV. IS CKoos* your ditination Ut your Iro.l Afwl or noarotl Seaboard raaratantotiva do Ihm ratl THIATai TOMBS ta NIW roan CITT ... with OtCHtSTtA SCAT) •a top Iroodwoy tills, natal accommodation!, tiehltaoing. fall Cotillion Scheduled Temple Sinai Sisterhood is planning to sponsor a Cotillion in the fall. The program is scheduled to run for some 20 weeks. Parents of seventh and eighth graders can receive information at the Temple office. *HUY RDUNO-TRIP COACH FARES ••New. IS frem MIAMI. U*r* 3135 44 IS ond reserved coach seal chorge. lot rasarvo on automobile far yaw a' your aWinaMen. t STREAMLINER DEPARTURES DAILY Wk A.M. 1ST. pU> Wormorion and re*. Pi a n phone FtonMin %  Mil io parton 17J I. 7th Ave., WosMngSoa Ae., Elevanih Holfywaed •ood. W. J. flCMT, Iv. MIAMI 1:40 .M. I.I.T. jria" pfQn< Keail la parser m. 2206 N.W. %  U Washing* %  W" 1240 18. %  Ms*", We** H Mr. and Mr*. Irving Kalman were married Friday, July 1, at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. Some ISO friends and relatives attended the reception that followed at the Richmond hotel. Rosen, Holly VoWs on Beach Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the wedding vows exchanged by Cecile J. Holly and Marvin L Rosen on Saturday evening, July 2, at the Saxony hotel. The double ring ceremony took place at 7:30 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. i and Mrs. Edward A. Holly, 6300 j SW 62nd pi.. So. Miami. The groom' is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry) Rosen. 1328 Euclid ave., Miami} Beach. Maid of honor for her sister was j Miss Marcia V. Holly. Bridesmaids; were Arlene Rosen. T o n i Shad. Elaine Suchman. and Carole Goodman and Miss Jamie Milton were' floweY girls. Mrs. Lenore Gold-1 stein, cousin of the bride, sang. Best man for his brother was Ar nold Rosen. Ushers included Arbie > Alexrod. Ira GoldJ>sch. Ken Miller, and Sheldon Pickover. Robert Goodman and Robert Milton were ring bearers. The bride chose a full length silk chiffon gown with lace applique and cathedral length train. Her bouquet was of orchids and lily-of-lhe-valley on a Bible. Newlywed Mrs. Rosen is a graduate of Miami Senior High and attended the University of Florida. She was president of Tau Alpha Omega, and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and Cavetettes dancing honorary. The groom attended Brooklyn College, and is presently associated with Belks Dept. Stores in Miami. Reception followed the ceremony at the Saxony. After a honeymoon in Nassau, the couple will be at home at 8771 SW 20th St., Miami. EARN 10% EXCELLENT FIRST MORTGAGES AVAILABLE Monthly Payments Completely Serviced Title Insured CAPITAL INVESTMENT CO. 2303 W. Flagler Street Miami 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SUITE 602 MEMBER DADE COUNTY and MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE f LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER *# BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA %  BY APPOINTMENT ONLY r • %  i PHONE i' MUrray 5-2544



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! Winters Witt Live on Beach Lee Gord %  %  A.nter whanged wed%  Thursday. Jane 303eth Sbolom Rabbi ah officiated at the 5 centaaoay "he or.:* is the daugU'.er ol air ,r: Mrs Sidney Gordci. 0.4J E lr The grooui is the yand Mrs. Decaf tR-tOT, ; %  SO Nr: Hah. ave. Maid r: aonor *a Ma* Sue son Mas Goklfa: -J> best I tte bride chose a elk .->r?anra ice I -xHjquei was ai •**• ricd on a Mf candle. Mr> %  %  •-:.-.-. S %  ** >m the scbo Temple I'anerASj The groom is a graduV* af the I 4 Miami acJ dH L of • erf :he • *t hotel. After a *>.*->• Nassau. Use --uuj'-e w J l;ve a: 10*6 Lenox IM MH aru Be Resnicks Touring New England L< i Rabenow ach and Rev** lecaded en a =rju New I j: the Algiers a*aM R*ba Malavsky officiated at ceremony .' %  o :> the daachter of sam Rabeaowirb. 822 .Coral Sables, chose a f.jor length gown of chaatiuy a Her bouo.net was of the-valley and step* Hatd af honor was Miss Came e--. Brdesmaads were Misses I tatner. Mum. nod Phyllis Mkt Nf. York. art Resaack was best man :r*r Ushers included try laaraaa, Seymour Ginsberg. ai Mar-.y Taylor "he orvie is a graduate of Mv. 5e-^>r Kith aod the I'aiverti M.amL She was a Student J:;. repre>eatative and be lo ng B'M. B rith Girls. The -.-MisthesonofMr : Mr> Philip Resnuck. 571 SW Miami, attended Coral tool, and tn l o nge d Harricanes AZA -ptMaa followed the doable • • eereaoay at the Algiers hotel KiaABU WIDOW V COL3 UM TO KMT OUT •c -•>p n w a*** a CAU UM s-acas -M GOTIIMAN WISHES TO Weins Honeymoon In Florida Mrs Friday. July 8. i960 Mu, Snady Cotxan is now Wein. The couple ei wedding wmm on Satur JJIT 1. at Tiferet* lsRabbi Morton Harvey changed day evening raeJ Congre station Malavsky esfcaiated. The bride the daughter of Mr and Mrs Morris Cotnn. 2542 SW 26th st The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs Meyer Wein 551 Nt 175th st. Na Miami Beach The childhood sweethearts were named %  a double rkaj candlebght ceremony The bride used her grandmother* nng for the ex change Matron of honor for her ir.4aw was Mrs Edward Cotnn Maid of honor was Miss Sheila kravrtz. Mrs. Martin Wein. sister law of the groom and the Miss Audrey Cotzm. Elaine Cotzm and Lois Lein cousins of the bnde. were bridomaids Jerry Wein wa best man for his brother Ushers included Edmard COUJL brother of the hruc aad Martm Wein. brother of the groom. Ne*rywed Mrs Wein lines ore a white lace bailenna-lengU> gown aj CkftrP NflW tiered M. Dnorc nww Temple Menorah with sequins and pcr.She is a student at the I'mrersity of Flonda. majonng in edu cation, and will reeei\e her degree in Andnst. 1982 The groom is in the paratrooperand leaves July for semte m Alaska. H.? majored in educa tton at the University of Flonda. and will complete his work Inward a Bachelor > degree at the conetasaaa f has tov of c Reception followed the ceremony at the Ceater The couple are on a Flonda b uoe y o— Council Women Break Ground For Israel School By Special Koport NEW YORK — A croup of Amerirtwn broke historic ground in fa., rael recently Lenders of the National Council ,( Jewish Women marked the Fourth of July weekend in Jerusalem by dedicating the land on which the new Hebrew University Secondary School will rise They id so in the presence of US Ambassador Ogden Reid. Benjamin Mazar. Hebrew University presiicnt. and a distinguished audience of Israeli educators. Ground for the demonstration %  chool buildings was broken by Mrs. Charles Hymes. of Minneapolis, national president of the NCJW, who heads a group of 60 Council women in Israel for the Ceremony. In the US. Mrs. Stanley Myers, of Coral Gables, acting pr. .ideal of the 67-year-old women .-^ucational and service orgamzatoia, hailed the event as "the bt^.naaag of a new decade in Israeli advancement — a decade in wmck the high schools, whose atteadince is not yet free or compubors, wiD be opened to alL" The bnUdanap for the Hebrew accord University Secondary School, made this uniroe educational instituti.xi u the Middle East, are being prondei by the U.S Jewish wonnn's organization through a ayecial (SOI, 000 fund-raising campaign n m be .ng conducted by the 240 • ouocil sections throwghont the I S Sduated is) the hiQa of Janttalea on Governanent granted, land neigh I Form New Zionist Body NEW Young Israel Women Install InstaQatMC of officers of the Sisterhood of You** Israel of Great er Miami will take place or. Saturday evening at Dou£ia> Gardens 5246'NE 2nd ave Installed will be Mrs Benjamin abeam, president Mrs Murra; Fraud, first vice president. MrJoe Nwssbaum. second race pressden:. Mrs Sam Gruea. ret a rd in g Mr*. Ben Leraer. cor xcreury Mrs Bubia and Mrs Morton Kosoy. financial secretary la charge of %  siormataan u Mrs. tabert Fiakebtein a-'Buu rv twmc s umavr m mrvarc -:t wJHCaiAN OS* COOKBMG JE 1-31*9. 7 10 A.M_ E a 54 r YOBJL — Anrso a mremeaT thu week of the found tag of Bnth K uh a nim United States Tionnt Veterans Organixa taon. with Louis Lspsky. veteran leacer of American Zaoaisas, as president Dr Suaoo Federbash and Dr. Samuel Margosbes are race pres adents Others are Meyer Brown, treasurer, and Moms Margubes. ^cretary Members of the organizataoa committee of Bnth Bishonim are Paul L Goldman. Bose L. Halpnn. Babbi Mordecai Kirshbhun Dr. Joseph B. Schechtaaaa aad Bobert SaokL Lipsky saad that "Bnth Bishoausn of the United States %  intended la be an association of honorary Zionists ih) have the credentials of mesnher.-hip tn an Amencan Zaoets: organaataca tor at least 25 years, who cherish their expers ta c es with comrader who have seea the Zaonist saoveaaeat throagh its early years to ultimate tn uanph. aad cexre to be members of a frateraity an which their commaa historic mt mo ra t j may be sharedIt is not intended to create a new giwapsng of a party nature" Lipsky declared The Bnth Bisaontm of the United States will usTV North Shore Jewi-h CommuCeatar will be known as Tem>norah from now on. ta an announcement week by Maurice Revur president of the congregation. Ac i Revitz. the change : aaiM had been cjntemplated M, and > %  )ut voted the members of the board •jyer Abramwiu is spir"also disclosed pUn. for \ a Temple Menorah membership accomntadate 800 pupil, re. which will be launced this The Secondary School, uhiek naaer to prepare for the extra serves as the practJee-Uaching aad facilities to members when the educational research center for $200,000 Community Hall will the university's Joaa Dewey Schod be open for actmtaes of the nursof Education, now shares cramped. ery school, teen-age lounges, liinadequate quarters with other brar> a.ult educauon programs, schools. IU pauer high and higk plays, programs and conceru m school divi ii aa a are widely seoithe auditorium. rated froca each other and froe Dav^d N Leslie. Miami Beach the John Dewey School, a Mtuaba architect, designed the new Tern hich creates dairy difficulties pie Menorah Recreation Center FUR RE-STYLING m mm nMMtiom or Hmsr WOMaUNSanp *T CAN CONVEtT TOOt OUTWOOK) FUtS TO TMf SMA*T FASHIONS O TOMOttOW From $39 J^Ttnir// FLORIDA FURS I CLINIC 2296 Coral Way HI 4-0544 1117 Las OUsiivd JAd-797 FT lAuocaaau I the 100 student teachers who an getting practice experience in tat Secondary School's eias*rooais. ADELPHI SUMMER SCHOOL *aw* TUTOMNG ALt SUBJECTS ACAOCSSaC mU COSSaUHKUU pl u il M* AJI-CONDlTIOSSCD CLASSaOOaS AMPU tmt SVUK.NG 500-52* NX 79th Si ASK arjst rtB tiTEBAruat Prior*: PI 7-7623 ROOM AND BOARD FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE SKIV. LOW sasssaa OATB. O aVvice aMS. a. UVaM. 'sas ncua t 14741 SPECIAL :0ME9 COSMfTJC COURSE S Dasses SS 00 CMAJW S*O0€UeeG SCHOOl t AGfNCY :" awws* *M> sa iia Zaoatsts of all parties or Mrs Nathan Barth. race presi groups It will be coacerned with dent of the Miami Beach chapter the totahty of Taaaiim — at htsof Hadassaa. will aasn the Hadastory aad tradataaas. its hoaor aad sah Pdgnmage to IsraeL She will rti digsut leave on the SS laawpeadeace an July 12 After the tear through Is rael. she will nsat haly aad South era France See was f o r m erly af the Sieahea S Vase of Hadassah DOUBT CAMTOR & TIAOiTKmAL TMI rRGfl HOU0ATS EE ESTIMATES MOUSf OPIMitacS A CLOaaMOS TfKKAZZO A MAIaUS CLiAHlsaC A SCALIM6 AA and 9-2921 MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME M*-_*4*ttr NurttM ViniM %  t* atrictty SSKWI Owt _. AB % %  MI OrtuM r>*r r CMkMS* Or*--** at • SptcmUimi m Cart f. fbe fWarfy mm Cknmnlh* S S.W. LfA AVE. paa. fR 44497 4 FH f4W ftripialutd itrvict f fit blackstone flower shop' where you get more for j your money ... m 4-1233 ajti ym Mrf^j



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Friday. July 8. 1960 *• Jewish n-rrHirtr Vaq 7-B Ck A arvninalu yours, <£jiti t>sir Islane— Neit to Borrfire Restaurant) Miami Beach 2 LOCATIONS Coral Way Tel. HI 3-4566 u* BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Strict Suparviaion of th Orthodox Vaad Hakaahruth of Florida Rabbi Or. laaao H. Evr, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL [DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNOINGS MWPMINT 4 MMSB mS (WMtOOt MJUAINfi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kitchner, of 8601 SW 16th ter., announce the engagement of their daughter, Har riett Joan, to David Fredric Pawlifer, SOB of Mr. aad Mrs. Max Pawliger, of 3500 SW 106th ave. Miss Kitchner, a graduate of Miami Senior High School, and is now a sophomore in occupational therapy at the University of Florida. She is a member of the Occupational Therapists Society. Mr. Pawliger has a Bachelor of —6Janny Ross Eyes Oct. 22 Rites Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross, 8935 Garland ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Janny Lynn, to Michael I. Brillson, son of Mrs. Ruth Brillson, New York City. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Normandy Private School of Miami Beach. Mr. Brillson attend-! ed Columbia University in New! York, and is a stock broker con-' neeted with Greene and Co., New York City. The couple are planning to be married Oct. 22 in New York City. Science degree in civil engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a member of the national engineering honorary society. Tau Beta Pi. He is now a sophomore in medical school at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center of the University of Florida in Gainesville. A reception will be held in their honor at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Kitchner. No date has been set for the wedding. WHY LEAVE YOUR HOME? SoUct Drop,,,'., ha Caaafart N w a N %  last M oraac •a'ttaka will ara*Ms laarie aalMUaa aaea eriaeriei % %  laa H i iT alt *<+ Shop At Home Fret EsttMtu • ft* tMajMlM Pnone OX 6-0301 IIOWAID CO W H TT JA fabrk DISCOUNT fet\7T*V CORAL GABLES COHVALESCEHT HOME DAY CARE AVAILABLE "A Friendly and Gentle Atmosphere For Those You Love" • 14 HOW ItOISTHtO NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL MfTS OSSfRVED • All ROOMS ON GROUNO FIOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POO* • SPACIOUS GROUNDS 1 SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Roaanthai. Director-Owner Former Aaat. Dtr. Ml Sinai Honp Cleveland A Mr. Jewl>h Hajna for Aged, Pltt*hurxh 7060 SW. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA MO 6-8826 llin Avt. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami SMCR MlONS HNGS MITZAHS KRSONAIIZH) STATIONERY, MATCHES, NAPKINS, ETC HANNAS M. SCHER ALL YOU* PRINTING NEEDS IVING. EMBOSSING, MNG SOCIAL coMMarciAt PR 1-7IW 1400 SW. Pin* A C rMc ant nock tinea or* the flattering trend noted in most of the current New York designer collection*.



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• I' I \ L Poge 8 B +Jels*ncridtan Friday. July 8, I960 SECOND PLOOfe. PLAN Second iloor plan shows offices of executive department, clerical and Ijpljj. ££££ d rector, assistant d.rec.or. comptroller, and ter hies, mimeograph and IBM department, p ablicity department at left. Shaded portion and store rooms. light) includes accounting and bookkeeping After 22 Years of Service, federation is Now at Home Continued from Ptr IB DI moer of difficulties. Temporary partition ami offices were -.'• up. An IBM machine WSS in.-I. Hod. similar to those used by Federations in Newark and D* tiit. ranking in faster, more aei\ lie bitUng, stream-lined pro %  ililrv. and some elimination of i. npow or. Investigate Leads franwhUe, the community, re big ih.it Federations housing pnulemi should not be permit led to go on indefinitely, urged .,; >ointment of a permanent hi isinc eommittee Then aSSSgl n %  < nt tli to find .i plot of land u, >n which Federation could i". • fltuallv consfrucl a I'oinmuni |j Agenc) building, where many o! the .' 'wish agency offices c Id lie housed or (§1 to pur ch.ise a permanent headquarters u: an already existent Structure, fh a view towards renovation, repair an I possible future rental ol extra space to other agencies 1 58 to 196i the new ronmittee, headed by Stanlej C llyers, three-times president of Federation and national conimu leader, investigated eeerj rn ssible lend This .. > to be Fedir.tions final mo\e" The ot i I would be situated some wtere in the \ii:r.Hy between M .Arthur causeway and 3t>:h -t in Miami, if possible \ 'x mber IBM Fre i K bet, publisher of The .'e;h K' ndian, located a three stnrj bti Irling at 1317 Biscnjmc blwi >w Mrs, Bessemer Proper•:iwen interested in selling r price S17.V000 with a 3b pt OHM down pavrmMit. balance MM ,itt t>> Id-year mort Sssochel infer mad Myers pron-ptly set the lomnutUt• motion he committee and its many >mmittees went to work at once Architect lr\m Korach and ci IVivid Fireman went oxer lh< structure with a fine tooth comb The law firm of Myers. Helmut and Kaplan dug out the legal details, the financing formulae, and cleared the way for action Finally, the committee's report was ratified by the Greater Miami Jewlfeh Federation, and the go-ahead signal was given Federation began I960 auspiciously by signing the papers which would provide it with a permu nent headquarters building. Funds used towards the purchase of the property were not obtained (rom njonieraised in the Combined Jewish Appeal, it was explained by Heiman. but made available trom a series of bequests and other funds specially designated for capital expenditures CJA funds are used solely lor operating and maintenance of Federation's 57 beneficiaries in Greater Miami, throughout the United States, overseas, and in Israel New Location Federation's new quarterare tested on an oblong-shaped par eel of land with one corner sliced olt lacing on Biscayne blvd with a frontage of 42 feet The land extends east for 275 feet to No li.ivshore dr. and south about BO teet There is a tJSft front n the southwest diagonal NF Kith st or Mac Arthur Causeway At the rear of the building are parking facilities for 35 cars. A one-way street, going east from Biscayne is adjacent to Federation affording an eas> approach to the parking area The parking lot may also be entered while driving south on Bayahore dr The building is completely airconditioned. for greater efficiency There are over 9.800 sq. ft of usable space in the three story structure The first floor includes 3.085 sq ft t h e second floor. 2.915 sq ft and the third floor ha* 2954 sq f Remodeling and alterations were under the direction of Leo ustein. chairman. Irvin Korach and David Fleeman. with Col. William Harris supervising the entire project Harris' gratuitous services were instrumental in saving Federation "a considerable sum of money." according to Heiman At the recent 22nd annual meeting of Federation. Harris was presented with an en graved plaque in appreciation of ins services. A New Phasa The permanent headquarters committee, headed by chairman Myers includes the following communal leaders: Sam Blank. Shep ard Broad. Jack Carner. Leo Eiscnsiein. Samuel N Friedland. Lou Goldman, lr Morris Goodman. A. J Harris. Sam J. Heiman. Howard Kane. Aaron M. Kanncr. Sidney Lefcourt. Sam C. I.evenson. Ben Meyers. Max Orovitz. David Phillips. Joseph M Rose. Arnold Seeder. John SerGreater Miami Auxiliary. Amer can Medxal Center at Denver, will hold its second in a series ot summer card parties Wednesday rveawtg at the Betmar hotel Chanman is Mrs Herman ScnoenfeW •I Mrs Harry Brodkin u cor hair JO. Which DINNERS from '1.35 Cheica of 17 Main Course* Free Win*. Settler A Kmihti WE RETAIL DELICATESSEN 1141 Wnlkiftta Avt. SS9J> if ll"0 **!*V paoeta) Anr.jiir.eeo. Holdup Hero $ Cor. pty Gets Reward \..ur Hugo Hernander. hero of the $5,541 holdup on June 21 at Flaglet Federal Savings and Loan Ass: has received a $100 reward < %  < %  ity and Deposit Cs War viand T w e insurance company work's the unaneia! institution, pre ifatf (MMim p._-... J sented a check to Hernandei. wno' • rtnr PnmoM ear: er had received a similar re Ben Kline, present of the Men war. frowi Flagler Federal te Carlo hotel, has announced the H.rnsndei. of 1340 VY 4th ct promotion of Charles Tnce U gen HuleaaV had jut male a deposit leral manager of the hotel Trice at Flagler Federal s downtown at I was formerlv associated w-th Kline lice. 100 NE 2nd ave when the when he ip occurred. tag — OU* SPECIALTY — NICE, THICK, JOKY PRIME BIBS OF BEEF IN m rm vwr sm m rowan •ANfjorr Hciurm Candlelight Inn 1111 Commodore Plow Coronet Grove tNWV LEJTSOS. Mrowned the Shdoerne hofrs**^ bin Jacob Sher. Fred K Shochet. William D. Singer, Milton Slrkm Harold Thurman. and Mr. na Mrs Carl Weinkle. Four members of this committee saw Federation take shape in May 1938 and proved their deep devotion by spearheading the searew -.r-the-l*-rmane#it buildinThese founders are BlanK. Eisenstein. Myers and Orovitz. •At last, physical facilities have been provided which enables volunteers and workers to conduct their campaigns with maximum efficiency." said Joseph M Lipton. w IO was recentlv named campaign chairman of the 1901 Combine! Jewish Appeal President Heiman hailed the Federation buUding • '- ijrmbol of human service a splendid example of vision and community progre-s According to committee chairman Myers: "At last we have found a home to do the kind of job our growing community \ philanthropic needs may expect." Executive director Arthur S. Rosichan said: "Within this structure reposes the hopes and aspirations of greater Miami JewOur task will be to transform commonplace brick and mortar into the community conscience, to remind us of our ongoing responsibility to others leas fortunate and to the city in which we live. For. In the final anah Federation Ls people — not maferisl things." ~^ mm From its vsntsge point at the corner of Biscayne blvd. and 13th st. Federation's new home is geographically at the hub of Miami's heaviest traffic flow Statistics reveal that more than 27.000 cars traverse this intersection daily, carrying nearly 50,000 passengers. Federation is literally in the midst of Miami's lifestream. now. Perhaps, as these thousands move by. many will catch a glimpse of the building "at toe crossroads." note its dignified architectural lines, remember the bronze name plate st the doorway. And. perhaps the viewer will know that, in Miami, the Jewish community is just a little bit prouder for having reached this milestone, in making the Federation home possible. Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl HAL PEARL IS ON VACATION THIS WEEK. W ^reitcfcCWsme' 9516 HARDING AVf. 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Iuly 8. 1560 +Jtwi&fk>ridte*n P9*B BOftUlB BAKKY lOitfH mrtir J3<*r JWitzvalt A corsage is yours free for the asking, and will be presented y The Jewish Floridian to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah | the request is addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, liami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Requests may be made on [postcard, and should include the name of the Bar Mitzvah and bte and place of the ceremony. The corsage will be forwarded | you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the Bar itzvah occasion. Dnnis Ever hen Dennis Barry Ever bers Bar Mitzvah on Saturday ng, July 9, at Agudath IsHebrew Institute, his father [officiate. imis is the son of Rabbi and Qsaac Hirsh Ever. Babbi Ever ritual leader of Agudath Isis attends eighth grade at i5 Junior High, and expects uue his Hebrew studies in York rabbinical school in ber. ption will follow the B a r ceremony. • • Jeffrey Millar VMitzvah of Jeffrey Ellis Mil-, Hi take place Saturday morn-, ^Jy 9, at Beth El Congrega-, rith Rabbi Solomon Schiff png is the son of Mr. and Mrs. liller, 1450 NW 179th tef., %  mi He is an eighth grade tat Norland Junior High, Bjently was honored by the Khamber of Commerce for outstanding scholastic achievement. Among guests will be Jeffrey's younger brother, Chad, and Mrs. Anna Block, his grandmother, of Miami. • • • Joseph Abromovitz Flakier Granada Jewish Community Center was the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Joseph Glenn Abromovitz on Saturday morning. July 2, with Rabbi Bernard Shoter officiating. Joseph it the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abromovitz, 251 NW 33rd ave. Joseph was the recipient of a Bible from the Sisterhood, a certificate of completion Of Bar Mitzvah requirements from the Bureau of Jewish Education, and a book on the Sabbath as a prize for his entry in the Essay-Art Contest recently sponsored by the Bureau. Out-of-town guests at the Bar Mitzvah included his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Abromovitz; a great-uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. & Pollock; uncle, William Cohen; aunt, Mrs B. Goltz; and cousin, Jeffrey Goltz, all from Pittsburgh. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Epstein, of Tampa, uncle and aunt. The Bar Mitzvah will he attending eighth grade at Kinloch Park Junior High in September. • • • Gary Gaines Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Gary Gaines on Saturday. July 9, at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Gary is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gaines. He is a seventh grade student at Norland Junior High, and attends Popiel religious school. Kiddush will follow the ceremony in Gary's honor, with the Gaines family as hosts to the congregation. • • • Michael Boremtein Saturday morning services, July 9. at Congregation Monticello Park will include the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Dale Borenstein. Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate. Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Borenstein, 940 NE 176th st. He is an eighth grade student at North Miami Beach Junior High. He will conduct the entire Sabbath morning service. Reception will honor the Bar Mitzvah at the Coronet hotel on Sunday evening. Out-of-town guests will be from Madison, Wise; Chicago, 111.; Woodstock, 111.; and Ossining, N.Y. • • • Ronald Katx Kneseth Israel Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Ronald Louis Katz on Saturday morning, July 9. Rabbi David Lehrfield will officiate. Ronald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Katz. He is an honor student at the Hebrew Academy. He will read the Weekly Portion of the Torah and chant the Musaf service. Out-of-town guests will include his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Simon and Dr. and Mrs. O. Cohen, of Westbury, L.I. • • • Mark Goldberg Bar Mitzvah of Mark Emil Goldberg will be celebrated on Batorday morning, July 9, at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, with KaDDi Isaac Ever officiating. Mark is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford H. Goldberg, 1957 Marseille dr. He attends eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High, and is a student at Agudath Israel religious school. • • • Barry Metzger Tifereth Israel Northside Center Brooklyn i Heads Alumni By Special Report NEW YORK — Rabbi Max Schenk. spiritual leader of Congregation Shaari Zedek, Brooklyn, N.Y., and chairman of the executive committee of fheNew YorkBoard of Rabbis, has been elected president of the Alumni Assn. of Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion. Graduates of the College Institute lead Liberal congregations throughout the U.S. and Canada, and in many countries abroad. Rabbi Schenk, who has been I serving the Association as rt vice president, succeeds Rabbi Stanley R. Brav, of Temple S:iolom, Cincinnati. O., in the presidency. Rabbi Schenk, a 1928 graduate of the New York School of HUC JIR, is a formed president of the Brooklyn Board of Rabbis and the Brooklyn Assn. of Reform Rabbis. He is a member of the board of governors of the College-Institute. In 1954, the College Institute awarded him an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree. will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah follow Saturday evening at the of Barry Metzger on Saturday j Center, morning. July 9. Guest Rabbi Nathan Zwitman will officiate. Barry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Metzger. He is a student at Horace Mann Junior High. Out-of-town guests will include his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baden, of East Rockaway. N.Y.; uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baden. Flushing, NY; and Mrs. Fannie Laub, his grandmother, of Miami Beach. Reception in Barry's honor will Steven Dossick Steven Edward Dossick will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, July 9. at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate. Steven is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Jules J. Dossick, 933 79th ter. He attends ninth grade at Nautilus Junior High, and is a student at Agudath Israel religious school Reception in his honor will follow the services. Ljour \Jn


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E \ I Page 10-B -JmistnorldkH* TrUej. July 8. I960 This starring trio leads the league in songs and laughs to Owen Phillips' current production oi the musical smash hit. "Damn Yankees." now at the Coconut Grove Playhouse through July 17. From left axe Den Penny, who plays the devil." Sylvia Shay as "Lola." and Tom Raskin, cast as Joe Hardy. There are 35 singers and dancers in the cast of the musical, which is presented nightly at 8:30 except Monday, with matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 1:30. Gershwin Program At Pops Concert Here Sunday Eve Franz Allors. versatile conductor cf symphony, opera, operetta and for the past four years director of the Broadway musical hit. My Fair Lady." mounts the Pops podium Sunday evening for the annual musical tribute to George Gersbwin by the University of Miami Summer Symphon> Alton, who has just returned from a succe-stul Russian tour directing 'My F.ur Lady." will lead | the Summer Symphony in the srason" fourth Pop concert at Miami Beach Auditorium. Soloists with Alters will bt Kenneth Smith, young bass-bari ton* who won ravo notices hare last season for his vigorous portrayal of W o t a n in the Symphony's prsntarion of Wagner's ".Niboluno Ring," and pianist Ntortorto Mitchell. Smith w ;11 sing two >ongs from Gtrsliu .r.'v opera "PorgJ and Be.-s." "It Alnl Necessarily So" and • 1 Got Plenty of Nuttin '." Two more vocal offerings by the young baritone include "They Can't Take That Away from Me" and "Em-; brace able You." Miss Mitchell will perform Gershwin s Piano Concerto in K" and the familiar Rhapsody in Blue The Summer Symphony Orri country and %  broad, both in re cital and in opera His performances in opera include lending rain n Die Walkure "La Boiomf." Tosca.'" "Don Carlo." and "Li ''.." %  fin Mitchell who will be making her initial appearance hen a r..i:r.. of ChartotteaviUc Va. A prrxiuet of the Juilliard School of Audience Raves At First Night 'Damn Yankees' A wildly applauding first-nipht* audience shouted bravos as the final curtain rang down on the •Damn Yankees" Tuesday night at the Grow Playhouse. Owen Phillips has his work cut out to top this superbly-directed, smoothly produced and excellently cast musical during the balance of the summer season. From the opening orchestration conducted by Les Rhodes to the finale, the production was a sheer delight. i. one that Miami theatre gOSH should not miss. The storyline, built around "the year the Yankees lost the pen nant." and the baseball fan who told himself to the devil to make it possible, is so familiar that further comment is unnecessary. Don Penny, as Applegate. and Sylvia Shaw, as Lola, played their hearts out. Ml did the entire cast The beautiful voices of Tom Ras kin. Wilton Clary and Salwa Mer rife, singing the many hits of this most tuneful of musical comedies, was enthusiastically received by the audience as was the excellent choreography. Bob White, as Van Buren. team manager of the "Washington Senators." were show stoppers in their comedy routines A word to Miamians who saw the | original cast on Broadway, and to i those who Proceeds are for the post's work I at the VA Hospital in Coral Gables. FABULOUS JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLH CATAUHA MMOR POOL I HEALTH CLW lt no tooretl We pamper our g oa rt s-yoo'g find that MOWN'S is heaven on earth-AH Sport ActivitiesPrivate lahe—Free Form 0o> door Pool-Elevator Service—Air Conditioning a w -Detecteble food—Supervised CMMren't 0*9 fa*** *•*** Cemp-N.te Pabol-2 Kiddie Poofs. <*"&* ., %  ^ fyitertoinwont footiess Ston of srooowoy end Monyeoeew Canttnoovi Dondng wHh Herb Sherry Orch.•ete Terroc* lotki Mvaic—Not troeks la the grown Darby. Jerry Lewis Teen-Apje Clubhouse • Planned Socials end Pun Galon) FREE GOLF 2 NEW P.G.A. COURSES B. Shui in b iKiai prof Unii feesi Illin. Kent had fore Shut, eral nee. I H the • wai cht> choi No BROWN'S MoteT Chorlei A Ittggg Ucfi SheleVaka, New York • HwrkyvilW 450 FOR RESERVATIONS: DIRECT WIRE WAthirn 4-7470 side Irvinj El, of A U. Si A fcul — time to head for the .. playground for hoe** end h tor fhe whole femey. Ne place oo earth hes mere to oftor then Hot Se m e s end there's no ftosr pUca e stay fhae The Ar l ao to a. Swim in our boautifiil. new twin-c**cede tomporature^cearrroled pooli e*M ee eur two IR-hele Ownpionahap court** enjoy 9 u n ** feed eWe end he *ntorta.~. Al tperfs end rocroetionc i" r^ot S p r i a 9 t including aaceheftt fitkiftf and Laa Vefes Night Life. lathe away el your aches and ?•** due to Te n sion and fatigue in *• bonoficial, radioactive waters at world-f emowt Hot Springs ... relieve arthritit, rheumatism, and Htoh blo d E r assure. G overnment regt. 1 *'*" ethhovt* right in hotel where yea can go in rot* and steppers hy specie! aievetor direct from the privacy of your room. HOTE IOW SUMMf. tOOM tATII. .wllfc half Ull Uom 14 fro. U M r pestato, ieehfe, N* room tkoroa for oSMroa wfteV 14. For rotes and color brochure-errrto 1.1 Mclaehm. Gee. Me>. HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK



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July 8. I960 "Jiniifflcridiafi Page 11-B Shugerman, \a\ Counsel, at 42 %  ""*rr .Mfl St** Juis Shugerman. 42! 1 for the Southern Division Fair Stores, Inc., an author %  ormer university professor, |ied Friday. July 1. of a heart He lived at 10200 E. Bay dr., Bay Harbor Islands. Shugerman had been a resiDf Miami since 1952. when he here to take a position as pate professor of law at the sity of Miami. He joined fair in 1958. •five of Neley, Ala., he atI Birmingham Southern Colj ni graduated from the Uniof Alabama. He received IBA at Louisiana State Uniwaa an alumni scholar fan* University, received an [at Stanford University, and &LM dagre* at the University %  sconsin. tfore coming to Miami. Mr. pan was a teaching fellow Hpe^ administration at Lou %  Slate University, assistant Bor of economics at Duke Hlity. and an associate pro%  at Western Reserve UniverV's a CPA in Wisconsin and B, a member of the Alabama Hky and Florida Bar. and Hen admitted to practice heft U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. nan was the author of sevLicles and two books, "Acfor Lawyers" and "Busi thers, a sister and three grandchildren. Mervlees were Apr. 25 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy mm. WILLIAM OOLOBERO 62, of 10i5 NW Zlat ct„ Apr -3. Hr wax founder and op.ratot of the Matavla I •••ins Harness* Kaelng Track, New York, and other traik*. Inelud .UK tr.i Sh. nandoah Da TWa, "***>** Town. \v. v. Bar* vKlng are hla wife, Mary, BOO, Harry; two on tai ikrei and two eran<' at Gordon funeral Home. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ClGAL NOTICE Retired as a commander in P.S. Naval Reserve fellowKid War II, in which ha i/blic relations officer and rsar far the U.S. Mar%  rine. He belonged to >1 Beach Civic League, Psi, Pi Gamma Mu, fa Epsiloo and B'nai B'rith. ugerman is survived by nts, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Shuof Birmingham, Ala.; two Mrs. Ann Rose Taylor, Los Calif., and Mrs. Ida Ruth Tuscaloosa, Ala.; and T, David N. Shugerman, were held in the Riverandy Isle Chapel. Dr. hrman, of Temple Emanuted. IUR KEITH PATHMAN %  de realtor, died July 1. He %  S12 88th M. Mr. Pathman ^k 14 year* ago from Chicago, %  and realtor, he was a mem^gV Miami Beai-h It. aid of AU SHUGEKMAN Roa'tors, Surfside and\ Hay Harbor Chamber of Comnnt.*, Tau Bpsllon I'hi fraternity, and a ,-aptaln In the Perfi I'ow.r Squadron. II. waa a number of Temple Kmanu-K! rv,vioi* include hi* wife. Hetty; two daughters l.iaa an' Mary Ellen, his parent*. Mr and Mr*. Henry Pathnan, two brothi r*. I,a-e and Jark. and %  ter, M: Hanlett Sylvan. Se>v. % %  • %  July 3 :.t liiver*ide MeNi-rmandy l*le, with bjr'al In .Vi N< bo Cent U r. LOUIS MEYERS 60. of 1668 West ave.,' died suil.l.nly Jun< 11. A resident h-. 20 j • he came originally from Chicago. He wa* ev.n> i >i KCJII ler i • S'irvi do hla wife, Gertrude; • on, Jeaiy. two daughters. Mm Ml Ired Smith end Mr* Mavl* Hamilton brothers, Charles. Ben. Irving and Robert; and *!•• Hebrew Academy. K'r.al B'rith, ami til i"'inmerclal Traveler* Assn Sei %  re June 13 at (iordon Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. NelK> Cemetery. JOSEPH L EBER 47. ev m r nf a Miami fulajran'. died June It. He lived at 1197 Marseill• %  in„ ai i "i-' %  • live secretary of ihe Florida Cafe Owaen Aeaa "• ame here nine year* ago from Pl'.ts. I'a to rrtJ-Di.' IM I'innei Key Audltorljm re*tautant He also served a* president of the Cushman hakim Co., of a bleb h. wa* a part owner. He wa* a former executive aeoretai > ol the Miami Variety Club, and belon-ced to the Pittsburgh Variety Club before moving here. Surviving are hi* Wife. Hilda, parents, two sons, and a grand%  •Mid. Services were June 32 In Iltt*burgh, with Newman Funeral Home In charge of local arrangements. JULIUS MASMLAM JTof 150 Jefferson ave.. died June 20. He came here 13 years Mio from Ba'llmore. Surviving are his wife. Rose: a daughter, Mrs. Cella Brmna; and a son. Services were In Baltimore, with Riverside Memorial Chapel In charge • >f local arangenients. MRS. MARTHA R. RANTER '4. of 7210 Wayne ave.. died Apr. J4. She came here 24 years ago from Philadelphia. Bhe was a member of Hadasaah. Survivingare her husband, Louis; son, Joseph; daughter, Mr*. Joan M. We (annum: two bro•£gg*e torn BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on FM SB 93.1 • W0 104 108 MC W A F ught to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers rom Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions MIAMI BEACH U ^FEDERAL! ; j SAVINGS AMD LOAN ASSOCIATION NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO' KEBY GIVEN that the underatgned, desiring to engage In I business trader'the factitious nai K at l: .M1KII"K A. OUASH COMPANY in % % %  % %  >1 N .'lal Av< Miami, F HAROLJi si l.i'.MI K Ittorne) li NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY NO. 60C 341 M JANK'i; BARKER, Plaintiff, v*. CUgFORD liAKKBR, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To CUFFORD BARKER, Uefendant Kei-ider.'-e 1'nkonvMi YOU ARK HERBBT NOTUTIED that a Hlli of Complaint for EH voi c e ha been filed against you, and you required to sarva M copy of your Anor Ple.-.ding to the BUI of Compliiiol on the pla.ntlfr* Attorney, James J. Mi Vi W MI Fl Street, Miami :if,. Flor.da, and file the original Answer or Plead na In the ofiir. i • ;he C : erk ol the Circuit I in i RDaUtBD at Miami. Fli rid,i. ih fith day of 19*0. LESATTUDRMAN, CI( rfc. :it Court, Dade C ntj • seal) I PEUAND, itj Clerk 7 l-l-.-Zl-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No OC 6230 RUTH i. % %  : %  ii ..M. Plaintiff. n ERW1N A PUK'M. Defend..nl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ERVYIN \ rim M 146L'<> Hunaet Hojievard Pacific rallsad.s. California Tou. EF1WIN A BLOOM, *:r h. notified that an Action For Annulment has been filed against you, and you are required to ser\e a copy of your Answer or Pleadings to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney. LEONARD H RLL1N. Metropolitan Bank Building, Mian,I tS, Florida, and file the original Answer or PhiidIngs In the office of the Clerk of the ""Ire ilt Court on or before the Mh Jay of August, i960. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thia 30th day of June, 1M0. B. B. USATHEKMAN Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County Court House Miami. Florida (seal) By: N A HEVVKTT. it> Clerk TlS-IK-tt-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA VN CHANCERY No. S0C C5 MAlJfllK Wil.l.JAMti, Plaintiff. v *. MAMS, %  NOTICE TO APPEAR %  %  %  •nplalnl f AVID %  %  t on or taken *• %  • i n! P1 • •• 1st day • 1860. K l."sTH'-i: VI s K. V I.TM \.N Deput) clerk 1 DA\ MAN Avenue .' • • I da NOTICE UNDER I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEB1 GIVEN thai %  lUie In bi*lr Ihi fictitious name ol > .1, BT< iRE No. !'• at 7"0 N W Tilth Street, Miami, Florida intend ti register said name with the cle(k of Jh Cireuil i i -tarn Floi JOHN B \NM IN — FLORENCE BANNON KEKBLER, CARS & IdlTH ants tfM %M ..i 7/-i-a N NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW N< FtBBY GIVEN that th. eslrlna to t ngasa In ness under the fictitious nan FRKl'UVN APARTMENTS al M An tills, Coral Cable* Intend* to ri Klster said n:.me with tlie Clerk of tbi '"ncult • KREDKRIi' R" "SENTHAL, Sole tfwner 7 •-; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I IS IIKKK.HY .GIVEN th. undersigned, d.-siting to business under the flctltloue nam GARDEN OF EATIN .• i If) r E btieet, Mianii. Florida intend to Ister naid name with the ("Jeik ot n-e* I'Hd i i,saiiT?a*i..i RERYL MARGO JOYCE MARGO ^ \I:I N M KANNBR I'.ldg. Miami 32. Fla. Mrornej f-tBeryl Mat-go and Joyce Manro 7/1-K-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIi • 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the under*igned, de^ir)ng to enaaae in l.uKin.-,* under the fictitious name ol !•! H XRRY HA1RDR .ir.. ave., Coral lablea, F",a.. Intends t. register said name *i:h the clerk of the c.r.-ult Court of Da4< County. FI.IY da WfHKfi TROTTA, • imner D STRI'MfF Attorn.y for Applicant t>9 Bis. syne Kidg. lu.t Jfc ')ie i;A MARIA CORDOVEH HERNANDEZ, I'lalntlff, v. x i El RO HERNANDEZ CAI.l I Iiefenilaut. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, l-BDIto HERNANDEZ GALi.ECO, address unknown, an required to file your i.nswer to the complaint Itvorce with the Clerk of I and servi a copy thet n Qlno P Negrettl, Attorney. ||"I|1 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, on fore August 1. i960, or ehx i-qfnplalnt will be taken as oonfi I>st. ii hi 23rd day of Jui ::• >. \THERMAN. clerk Couit, 1 -iid. i ,,i rii •• i.la tseal) Bit K M. I.YMAN, I >'put> lerk 7/1-8-1-.-2J IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 4773-C RE: F7STATE I ISAAC Hi >r F.MAN I '1 i eased NOTICE OF INTENT ON TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE iberebj glvea that I have filed my final tep.rt aid Final Dis~> maj have nralnst the et .te ol eaaaa %  Dade Ci rida. nlv and file tin same 'a, w th'ri etht .-alernlsr he date of the first i Hoatlon hereof, or the same will be •ITK SAR1.FF a* Exe. ..trix of the Estate. Attorney l?0 Llnrnln Road Miami Beach. Florida T/8-16-- IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 6109 GRACE CA8ALE SIM KI.KTT1, itlff. vs. DANIEL 8P1 RHETTI. I H fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DANIEL BPrRDETTI 5ft SprlniMtref New York. New Y,,rk YOU ARE HBREl:Y NOTIF 1EH that a Divorce Complaint has been filed against you. You are req lh-< <1 t' file your answer to said Com-da Inserve a copy Uier. of upon Herman T. Isls. Planilffs attorney u:, Ma.ieiia Avenue. Coral Gables. Florida, on or before the 2th day of July, A.D. U60. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this 29th day of June, \ D 196U E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk or the circuit Court (seal) By: N A. HEWITT. Deputy Clerk 7/1-> .N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN'AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 4MS2C IN RE: Estate of JAMES KRA88IN Dec* a*ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or I-emand* Against Said Estate: • a< h of you are h. r-hy red i" preeenl a/iy claims and demands which yo I r of SOU, may have against die 'estate of JAMES KKA.-'SIN ill r| 'a'e .f I ..|e County. K'loli'l... to tie H norabli County Judges of Hi le ity. and Hie the same In ta ir County <"orthou*,' in ity. Florida, wlth.n :i SI IPHIE KRASSIN, Ai I it nx ol the Last Will and Testar JAMES KRAK81N, Heceascd. EPMAN Attorneyi .nix. 407 Bisco • • I .ilng Miami. Florida tit*. 1 '1 H-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslgmd. deMrlng !•> encage In business under the fictitious nam. i PROFESS NAI. REAl V at 4206 N w Tta I • Miami it. %  wi-h th. ''lek i %  ner ff l : N5f FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1 Allan i 1 f Pade county JACK RI %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 60C S723 CI-OKJA BARBARA SHULL, Plaintiff, Kli" '. IKK rnce of the .lerk of the Circuit Court on or • Had day of July. IMS If •ail to do v,., judanii ault v. II he tak.n against you foi the relli f demanded in the Hill of Complamt. IX" i-l'.I'ERED at Miami. Florida, this 16th dav of June, 1S>. LEATHERMAN. k of the i ourt Dade County Court House Miami, Florida (seal) C I. ALEXANDER, Deputy Clerk 6/:'4. 7/1-*,-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N • i ,ng to eti*ra. %  • of K at B( ijne t Miami, Florida Intend to .id name with ihe i.'lerk of of Dade County, da. EI>IJtN IA> PIANO mts r St. Miami, Florida %/U, 7/1-1-IS BBBBB1



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 8, 1960

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01640

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Cwnbining THE JEWISH UNITY ni THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 33 Number 28
Miami. Florida. Friday, July 8, 1960
Two Sections Price 204
Frondizi in New Call
For Adolf's Return;
Israel Remains Firm
LONDON-(JTA>-Arturo Frondizi. President of Argentina. Monday
reiterated bit demand for Israel's return of Nazi killer Adolf Eichmann
|to Argentina. He warned that his country's envoy to Israel Ambassa
dor Rodotfo Garcia Arias, will not return to his post in Israel until
\ ample reparation" is received from Israel for ih. ridut. ~, ____
imadeo Mum
is Reporter
'robes Past
By SAUL CARSON
JTA's UN Bureau Chief
United Nations
["his correspondent had a person-
interview with the chairmn of
Argentine delegation to the Uni-
Nations, Dr. Amadeo. I had rea-
to know that I was not the
st welcome guest in the world
en. by appointment. I entered
Amadeo's private office. But
was far from popular at the be-
ting, my rating as a guest hit
Dlute nadir by the time the in-
riew was over.
day before the appointment.
! Amadeo had filed at the UN
luest for a Security Council
ling, to consider his govern-
I's grievance against Israel in
ection with the Adolf Eich-
case. And certain reports
begun to circulate about Dr.
Ideo's past. One newspaper, in-
had already touched on
of these reports. Dr. Amadeo
the plaintiff in the case of
Imarm's capture, which touch-
Centinued on Page 2-A
received from Israel for the violation of Argen-
+ tine sovereignty by the transfer of
| Eichmann from Argentina to Israel
l soil.
Dr. Arias was recalled from Is-
rael to Buenos Aires on June 12,
following Argentina's sharp note
to Israel four days earlier, demand-
ing Eichmann's return.
anti-Nazi hecklers were also taken
into police custody. All those ar-
rested, including Rockwell, were
released in moderate bail for hear-
j ings Wednesday on charges of dis-
< The Israeli Foreign Ministry in I orderly conduct.
Jerusalem announced it had been Bennett told the Jewish Tele-
52.% !herAPgfn. mC F?.reign Sphic Agency that the order
Ministry that Dr. Arias will not' against using the Mall for speeches
DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR ACTS FOLLOWING BLOODY RIOT
U.S. Forbids Nazi Rally;
Fight Scatters Troopers'
WASHINGTON(JTA)The United States Government Monday forbade George Lincoln Rockwell, leader
of the American Nazi Party, to hold any more rallies on the Mall an area that attracted many thousands
of tourists here to celebrate Independence Day.
The order was issued by Elmo Bennett, administrative assistant to Secretary of the Interior Fred A.
Seaton. It followed a bloody melee on the Mall Sunday, when Rockwell and 12 of his cohorts were arres-
ted, some were beaten, while five
New York Should Let Rockwell
Speak, Noted Columnist Feels
return, having been "given a
assignment.")
new
Mr. Frondizi made his an-
nouncement about his Govern-
ment's continued insistence en
the return of Eichmann in an-
swers to questions from corres-
pondents at e news conference
here. Affirming that his country
still maintains its demands for
Eichmann's return, he added:
"Should Israel net comply with
our request, we will demand am-
ple reparations."
Refusing to specify the kind of
reparations he has in mind, the
Argentine President declared that
without a permit is directed
against anyone attempting to hold
a meeting there. Asked whether
Rockwell would be granted such
a permit, if he applied. Mr. Ben-
net stated flatly that permission
weald be denied to Rockwell be-'
cause the type of preachments he,
utters in public are always likely
to incite to riot.
Promptly at his accustomed hour
of 2 p.m., Monday. Rockwell and
a dozen of his tollowers in uni-
form, featuring swastika armbands, j
showed up at his usual rallying
point on the Mall. He started by
announcing that he would exercise
his "constitutional right of free
By MAX LERNER
Special To The Jewish Floridian
New York
History is always incredible,
and the present no less so than
the past. Who would have
thought it possible that anyone
would be mad enough, after the
Hitlers and Streichers and Eich-
mans. to found an "American
Nazi Party" and to avow the aim
of sending "Jewish Communists"
to the gas chambers? Or that
such a man could until recently
have held a commission as com-
mander in^Uw. U.S. Nival Re-
serve? Or that the question of
granting him a public permit to
the current Argentine-Israeli talks!speech." A police officer then serv-; hold a meeting in a public place.
on this issue are dealing with this
matter.
After he said that Ambassador
Arias will not return to Israel until
"full satisfaction is received from
Israel, the President was asked
whether his government contem-
plates breaking off diplomatic re-
lations with Israel if the current
negotiations with Israel should
break down. He replied: "This de-
Centinued en Pate 11-A
liddle East's Only Atomic
leactor Humming in Israel
JTABy Direct Teletype Win
JERUSALEMThe only atomic reactor in the Middle East, be-
m Italy and India, has been in operation for the past 20 days in an
lli atomic plant at Nahal Sorek, south of Tel Aviv.
[The fact that the reactor, built by Israel with American aid and
[ uranium-enriched rods furnished by the United States, was actually
eration after 21 months of con-
tien and preparation, was com +
rated Monday to Prime Minis-
ed him with the order from the De-
partment of the Interior which has
jurisdiction over this area a
j square flanked by the historic Ar-
' chives Building, the Smithsonian
' Institution and the National Gal-
lery of Art. Many of the tourists
in the square at the time were
lined up to view the original Dec-
laration of Independence exhibit-
ed in the Archives Building.
Rockwell was told he could use
one of two other locations in this
city to exercise "free speech."
He chose the nearest site. Judi-
ciary Square, a relatively isola-
ted area seven blocks away front
the Mali.
By the time Rockwell reached
Judiciary Square with his group
now numbering 20 men, including
some in civilian dress, about 23
anti-Nazis had gathered there. Po-
lice, outnumbering the combined
number of Nazis and anti-Nazis, in-
terposed themselves between the
two sides. Rockwell, mounting a
red-painted tin bucket, started to
Continued en Pope e-A
movements and that it overcomes
them not by force or repression
but by the method of freedom.
America has had to face prob-
lems like that of the Rockwell
lunacy time after time. What
gives added point to the cur-
rent episode is that it comes
so soon after the Eichmann
capture, while the world is still
in recoil from the millions of
murders he committed. Jwet at
this moment a man comes for-
ward for whom Eichmann is ob-
vieusly a figure not of horror
hut of heroism, and offers in
effect to carry en the work
Eichmann left unfinished.
He offers moreover to invade
New York City, which for the
Nazi lunatic fringe has been
known as the "Jewish City," and
to make his speech at Union
Square, associated for years with
Continued on Pope 10-A
Washington Council Lauds Ban
But Urges 'Ultimate' Solution
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTON Jewish organizations in the nation's capital ex-
pressed appreciation Tuesday of the decision by the Department of In-
terior to end George Rockwell's speech-making on Washintgon's strate-
gically-'ocated Mall. The department issued an order Monday declar-
ing the area off limits for public assemblies. However, some Jewish
organizations considered this far*--------------------------------------------
from being an adequate solution of
the problem presented by the activ-
ities of the self-styled commander
of the American Nazi Party.
for spreading his doctrine, should
be evoking so much debate?
This could happen only in a
democratic society like the Amer-
ican. It is at once the weakness
and strength of America that it
lays itself open to such divisive
Isaac Franck, executive direc-
)avid Ben-Gurion by Prof. A.
lann, head of the Israel Atom-
lergy Commission.
i plant will be opened officiaUy
veral months, when its power
It will have been stepped up
i kilowatts.
newspaper Maariv voiced
criticism Tuesday of the
jr of the authorities to give
reel the news earlier, asserting
information had been
Id for political reasons se
the Prime Minister could be
elated with the announce-
The paper said the reactor
into operation en June 16.
plant, erected at a cost of
Continued en Pope 10-A
PROCEEDINGS MAY BE INSTITUTED BY MINISTER OF JUSTICE
Rio Nixes SS Man's Citizenship Bid
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
RIO DE JANEIROThe Rio De
Janeiro city council went on record
Tuesday as opposing the granting
of Brazilian citizenship to a former
Latvian Nazi SS officer, Herbert
Cukers. who has been charged with
killing 32,000 Jews in Riga during
World War II. The council voted
unanimously to ask the Minister of
the Interior to reject Cukurs' citi-
zenship application.
The council also decided to re-
quest the Minister of Justice to
institute proceedings against Cu-
kurs in accordance with the UN
Convention on Genocide, to which
Brazil is a signatory, and turn
the former Nazi ever to Israeli
authorities for trial. An extradi-
tion agreement is in force be-
tween the two countries.
The Brazilian Government turned
down a similar citizenship applica-
tion by Cukurs nine years ago after
a strong protest was lodged by the
Rio De Janeiro Federation of Jew-
ish Institutions.
for of the Jewish Community
Council of Greater Washington,
stated Tuesday morning that the
decision of the Interior Depart-
ment was a "sound and jud-
cieus" one. He added that the
Jewish Community Council hed
discussed this matter with off.
dels of the department en sev-
eral occasions and had made
available documentation which
helped arrive at this decision.
The Anti-Defamation League, al-
though considering a new location
as the lesser of two evils, takes the
position that it presents no solution.
Cukurs. who operates a transpor- Am^ml^&^T f "?!
tation firm in s> Paulo, tested \$*hjC* ,:i^ f ^* "1
at a recent hearing on his appl.ca- *kwe, ,w" gu'1,y f l*% r,,ota
and should be punished. "If it is
a crime to incite riots on the Mall,
it is a crime to do so in Judiciary
tion for naturalization that he was
an SS captain in Latvia, and that
he hated Jews because they receiv-
ed the Russians "jubilantly" when
Soviet troops marched into Riga in
1940, and because "Jewish Com-
munists exiled 15,000 Latvians to
Siberia."
Park," he stated.
The ADL feels that Rockwell has
raised a serious question about his
- Continued en Page 12-A


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Poland Offers Eichmaim Evidence
Photographer Mel Victor, of Gelberg-Victor Studios, shows his
portrait of Karin Bay which topped hundreds of entries as
"Best Portrait of the Show," as well as "Best Portrait of a
(Woman," in the Southeastern Photographers Assn. competi-
[Hon held in conjunction with the Florida Photographers Assn.
I Announcement of Victor's award concluded the four-day con-
vention which drew more than 800 photographers and their
lilies from the nine Southern states.
News Award
Goes to WTVJ
"TV News Award of the Year''
was presented to Ralph Remck.
vice president in charge of news
for Miami television station WTVJ.
on Friday evening in Rapid City,
S. Dakota.
Renick received the award, spon-
sored by the National Press Pho-
tographers Assn., in behalf of the
news staff of the local station.
The award cites WTVJ for its 'in-
valuable public service by provid-
ing vigorous coverage of the news
of the community ... for leader-
ship in the techniques of gather-
ing, photographing and presenting
news and for consistent excel-
lence in this field of journalism.''
1 ACTION HITS
"The COSSACKS'
"HEAD of a TYRANT
Oof* in Tecfcm'ca/er
Construction firm Formed
Formation of Adlep-Built In-
dustries has been announced by
Morton Adler, Hialeah home and
industrial contractor. Officers are
Adler, president; Stanley Lewin,
vice president; Kenneth Karp,
secretary; and Irving C. Goldstein,
treasurer. General offices of the
company are at 1201 W. 66th St.,
Hialeah.
JERUSALEM(JTA)Poland will
send an official, five-man commis-
sion here to deliver to the Israel
j Government documents pertaining
to, the mass extermination of Jews
i and non-Jews by the Nazis, and
especially connected wiUi the war-
time activities of the Nazi "special-
ist" on the murder of Jews, Adolf
Eichmann.
Tho Polish commission will in-
clude Prof. Keminsky, chairman
of the Warsaw Government'*
Committee for the Punishment of
Naai War Criminals, and Prof.
Mark, hood of the Jewish His-
torical Institute ot Warsaw.
It was reported here that Poland
has indicated it would like to send
a judge to sit on the bench with
the Israeli jurists when Eichmann
is tried. Poland argued that Eich-
mann had committed most of his
crimes on Polish territory.

Defended
BONN (JTA) Dr. Fritz
Schaffer, West German Minister of1
Justice, defended the Govern-
merit's record in seeking out Nazi(
criminals hiding abroad by assert-
ing that West Germany would have
asked for the extradition of Nazi
mass murderer Adolf Efcnmann if
his whereabouts had been known.
He spoke in Parliament in reply
to a statement by a Social Demo-
cratic critic that the Government
I was not doing all it might to seek
out such Nazi criminals.
Replying that "wo did not know
] Kich.-nann's whereabouts or wo
| would havo asked for his extra-
dition," Dr*. Scheffor said two ex-
tradition notices had boon served
on the Argentine Government so
far but both were unsuccessful to
date.
He noted that the extradition of
former Nazi diplomat Karl Kling-
enfuss had been refused on legal
grounds in 1953 and that there had
been no reply to the Bon request
for the extradition of Josef Men-
gele, a Nazi camp doctor.

Rio Backs Israel
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
The City Council of Rio de Janeiro
has adopted a unanimous resolu-
tion in support of Israel's stand in
refusing to return Nazi criminal
Adolf Eichmann to Argentina.

SS General In Vienna
VIENNA (JTA) Otto Skor-
zeny, former SS general who res-
cued Mussolini and who is believed
to be one of the chief organizers
of a neo-Nazi international organ-
ization, arrived here this week.
Skorzeny was reported to be
seeking contacts with Austrian at-
torneys who are interested in act-
ing as defense counsel for Adolf
Eichmann, the Nazi criminal now
awaiting trial in Israel.

Former Nazi Arrested
VIENNA (JTA) Dr. Egon
Schoenpflug, 45, has been arrest-
ed by the Austrian police on a Ger-
man extradition warrant.
Schoenpflug was identified in the
Munich war crimes trial as a for-
iep- high Naai police officer re-
sponsible for mass murders in Ger-
man-occupied Poland and the Uk-
! raine.

Deport Collaborator
NEW YORK (JTA) The
i Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
i B"rith asked Attorney General Wil-
I liam P. Rogers this week to order
he expulsion from this country of.
I Ferdinand Durcansky, one time
foreign minister of the Nazi pup-
pet State of Slovakia.
Durcansky was tried in absentia
by the post-war Benes Government
in Czechoslovakia for collaboration.

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AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30. I960
ASSETS
* A*' I'M O*
Cash On Hand And In Banks........................... $ 2,540.539.96
United States Govarnmant Bonds ....................... 16.621.470.09 $ 19.162.010.05
First Mortgage Loans.............................................. 127.924.379.80
Real Estate Owned............................................____ 351.035.00
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock...................................... 1,925,000.00
Loans on Savings Accounts........................................ 820,099.73
Buildings, Land & Equipment.............................'.'...-....... 5,212.1 13.92
Deferred Charges & Other Assets____,............................... 358.165.56
TOTAL ASSETS.............................................. $ 155.752.804.0*
LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
Savings Accounts................................*................. $138,931,741.93
Advance from Federal Home Loan Bank............................... 3,000,000.00
Loans in Process.................................................. 1.779.503.24
Escrow Funds.................................................... 305.986.17
Other Liabilities.................................................. 337.816.95

Income Collected In Advance,....................................... 554,205.21
Surplus and Reserves............................................ 10,843.550.56
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES.............. ............... $155,752,804.06
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MITCHIll woipson
auniuN or TNE I0*R
Fr.ildent Of Wometco Enter-
pruei; Preildent of televiiion
Holier WTVJ; Director of Pint
National look of Miami.
DAN OUPPtil
Member of Florida leo.dotare
for 3 hm. ReiideM of Greotor
Miami end practicing onoroey
1925.
pith hari*
i(e piesidemt
Auocioted wirh Miomi leocfc
podorol mce 1952. A Director
.met 1956
tITTU ItVINSOt)
Vice Preident of Okoi E. Dooly
Attociotei, Inc., realtor ,
ARMOIR UVY
The firet total mer choni to opon a
bvtineit on Lincoln Road. Active
in civic offoirt for 36 yean.
Ittt PRE SHIRT art Mil
Man SNORE NIMH that mi
Auocioted rm Miomi leooh
Podorol .Uce 1932. A DWector
mcoltJ*.
OAUOI A. RIMNAW
PRESIDENT
Oly monogor of Miomi tooth
from 192310 193*.
CAM WiUMIE
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
A loading investor of the oreo,
and former president of Corf's
Morfcot, Inc.
MYRON N. WIUISON
VICE PRESItENT ami TREASURER
Auocioted with Miami leach
Federal unco 1940. A Diroctor
1957.
WHEN "TOMORROW" COMES
More than 47,500 thrifty people are preparing for "tomorrow" by placing*
part of their earnings in an insured savings account at Miami Beach Federal.
During the past 12 months, we have experienced a period of record growth
and service due to the confidence and thrift of our members.
When "tomorrow" comes, they will have funds available for their needs.
Today is the time to save for tomorrow.
Funds placed on or before Monday, July 11, earn dividends from July first.
We make no charge to transfer your funds
from anywhere in the United Stales to Miami Beach Federal.
Statement of Condition
at the dote of buuneas, June 30, 1%0
ASSETS
Cash and Securities of the
U.S. Government and Agencies.
First Mortgage Loans...........
Loans on Savings Account!...,..
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock. .
Office Buildings, Equipment
and Parking Lots......,......
Other Assets..................
TOTAL ASSETS.......
June 30, 1959
$ 15,388,847.83
97,706,811.09
57,253.27
1,479,900.00
5,534,155.43
246,329.03
Dec. 31, 1959 June 30, W60
$ 21,023,119.53
104,500,050.27
88,085.30
1,479,900.00
5,523,729.19
245,228.66
$ 2l.787.lMi.W0
114^18,607.50
75,900.410
1,653,800.00
5,436.608.30
421,551.32
$120,413,296.65 1132,860,112.95 $141,193,647.12
LIABILITIES
Savings Accounts................$105,164,446?54
Federal Home Loan Bank Advances. 2,000,000.00
Loans in Process................. 2,833,413.32
Other Liabilities................. 557,589.75
Unearned Income................ 16,871.99
Reserve for Current Dividends.....
Surplus and Reserves............. 9,840.975.05
TOTAL LIABILITIES... .$120,413,296.65
Dividends pmid June 30th
1114,683.101.53
2,000,000.00
3,293,163.83
376,8%. 43
67,026.02
2,134,701.80
10.305,223.34
$132,860,112.95 $144,193,647.12
$126,378,000.08
2,000.000.00
3,962,407.16
523.518.12
323.230.83

11.006,490.61
CURRENT DIVIDEND
MIAMI BEACH
PER ANNUM
FEDERAL I
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OffUts: InkrJn l*a*j at WnkitftM AvtWM Jl 8.3511
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A. LOUIS RROWN. JR.
Via PRESIDENT pad SECRETARY
Associated wirh Miami loach
Podorol i 1946. A Diroctor
1957.
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JOHNt. IWJIV
Vice President of S. A. lynch
Corporation of Miami. Ho ho*
been with Ittot firm for 38 yoor.
Chairman of Board of Trustees,
Miami teach Community Church.
RUITON WII1S
via president
An outstanding civic leader, Mr.
Weiss has been a Director of
Miami teach Federal since 1957.
WRY t WIlllAMS
He hoi been a Diroctor of Miami
teach Federal since 1958.
PAW C WIMtUN
Post president of the Miami
teach Hoard of Realtors. He has
headed hit own Miami teach
reel estate firm since 1945.



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Of History

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Public Forum' Resignation Deplored
f oM of w*
AmI heo > "V P"iasni leU*r
! defended Jewish lawyer* waa
.efcj rue above their rebgsso*
hsekgfoaan' to drtead sonatoae
who advocated their destruction
! failed to ftate that in say opauoa
they wared (or theauelve* the
right to be considered aot only
rood ciUaeo*. but great citizen* m
dang what tbe> hate dooe
With re*peet 10 Mr SmaoafcwfTa
evident reliance oa the AagVvJew
ish press far his ntfonaatJeB about
this cat* I acain cite the bulletin
of the Jewish Conjasaart} f'oannl
of Greater Washington, which had
this to nan
A- a result of inaccurate and
distorted reporting ia the Yiddish
aad Anglo-Jewish presf an ins
pressx* ha* been created thai :he
gosernraent and law eniorceraeet
aatbontie* base been unympa
thetic and uncooperative ib the
Rockwell mailer Thu is a asast re-
gretable -lander "
I soggesi that flaa Anglo-Jewish
press has extended its macewractes
aad ditortMa* to t h e Aasencaa
Civil Liberties Union, as 1 stated la
the letter that evidently triggered
Mr SuBoahofTs resignauoa.
I am saddened by Mr Suaoa-
boffs resignation, and I sorrow
that br m castigating the l/nsaa he
inaas that (croup a hich ha* accaatd
as of everv *m coneerrable. hen
r. i.e. *e re onJr seeking to de
fend the sinners from destrosing
that fcie'i protect* u- a!l In leav-
OIXOM
Florida CMt
CDITOaL Tkt towk * Harid5.ii:
AD aaraahers of ar organiuiioB
were treaaeadoaaf] r interested a
the coverage yea sj we tie rtceat
aatiaaal Pn naVaai hast Cate of tat
Xatiaaal Caaartl of Jewish Woman
Jewish affaars, as we both know.
are of special iasp* ataace in oar
ortd today
e appreciate the way this fiat
publicity was haasli an. TV copies
carry nt your
coverage of Canal eT program
were avidly anapaa S* a? by oar
members
MS. JOSEPH WM.LIN ---------- -------
NatMAal Canon of jawrrss) Wanisg
Maw York CiTf
Anne Fraak A P*> rhetorics)
Analysis'' wsjl be the aabjeet of an
by Rabat Max Lipscnitt,
leader of MaatiLLou Park
Caagreg atioa. oa Sasasay. 10 a m.,
over tetensaaa itataaa WCK Tea.
7 Alo oa the aansjram sponsored
weekly by the Greater K aau Rab-
btaaral Asa*-. wiU he Cantor Be*
Ztoa Kirxl
Mfl wfffC*S ft
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FLAGLER FEDERAL SAYINGS
WH1 BE OPEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
DOWNTOWN
100 N.E. 2nd Avenue
9 AM. 6 PM.
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Ion-Zionists to be Invited
kfcUSAJLEM _(JTA) Dr. Na- next World Zionist Congress at the
iGoldmann declared at a press "id of this year,
trence here recently that j Tn* president of the World Zion
organizations in the United ist Organization said such dclega-
s. South -America, Europe and t>>s will participate in discussions
i Africa will be invited to and m committees but will not
fraternal delegations to the have any voting rights. Tbe pro-
ject, he said, which is designed to
V.w a new look" to Zionism, will
be a preliminary step to offering
an opportunity for organizations to
join the world Zionist movement.
jHc indicated this move might in-
crease Zionist membership by one
million persons.
He uid Iht World Zionist i
movement should bo regarded
the organization which repre-
sent* the majority of the Jewish
Israel government to manifest
support for it. Ho announced
that ho and Jewish Agency exec-
utive members will moot May 26
with Israel government end par-
ty leaders to formulate closer
ties.
Unequivocal support*' for the
Zionist movement by the Israel
government would give a "tremen-
i dous fillip" to the movement, he
said, and greatly enhance its pres-
.tige. Questioned about details of
the demands which the Jewish
I Agency would submit to govern-
ment officials, Dr. GoMmann de-
clined to provide any details but
[cited Prime Minister David B JGurion's recent visit to the United
States as a symptom of "lack of
1 cooperation."
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la there anything: greater that your dollars can
buy than a child's smile?
When you make good your pledge to our com-
munity campaign in behalf of the I960 United
Jewish Appeal you give aid to nearly 200,000
Jewish children in Israel... Europe... Moslem
lands... and the United States.
Yes, nearly one out of every three of the
600,000 persons to whom UJA must extend aid
this year is a child or a teenager.
For these youngsters your cash aid buys food
health training special care all the
things that put a song in their hearts and a
smile on their faces.
ACTthrough our community cash campaign.
PAT TOUR PLEDGE* PAT IT NOW.
PUT YOUR PROMISE TO WORK
SS.} COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
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I we-: acM here that even the
Ssatjaaae Cessrt ha* art given a
lead oa the? assestaaa of
*het iiycv do^ehasst 4hese

- ; see k?*t aaroae eoakt
a bened tkat fes ckakessge
ncadi go inril- I lawk ike
Jewish war veterans aad ether
tke rang de-
-9. and i tha ak M ay or
esald kave Mired Sis
.1 ** NT i*U(MU
kea ke haa-
-ig ka caase of As
Ifcccal k ; aasbc order
} _ kard to ei statue aaless
save a better answer.
vertporfcet fnehrets nho a*e
rtreets aad esshtic place* la stir
tke arjaal hatred* m aaen aad
tar them m> aad death.
la tke finaair Termaaseao ease.
IMS. lie Swpr. mr Ceart ruled
ikai evec akere there kad keen
a sarai breach f tke
nigngar kad tke
right of free
two years later, aa tke Fc
eakt. ike <*mt coart aphtld a
Rarhestrr arrest aad coavsrtjoa
of a street -pcaker oa tke graand
ke aas laewnag to not aai
tkat tke police have the du
preveat a not-
The late Justice Robert Jack-
tan, who pressed at the Mor-
triats of the Masi lead-
was a realist akovt
Ni> hate peddlers, often eenw-
od owt tkat rest carats* have free
tpooch as the ekselute in a city
like New York He descriked it
M "liiahUmraj egereeetion"
of People, where "all races
aad aotiawttrtios and all sorts
and lasssatiwm of men walk,
tisfeaer and mmj't," and where
rectal aad religious hatreds ara
bke dynamte char jo* which
can he sot oH with explosive
cosinctiveness. The
Miamian Named
To Faculty
-ehman tea of Mr
ac- sour B Larkmao. 31
ha- beea ippmaled
Ik* fzcnfty of tke University of
aad to tke staff of tkt
Liebman aas graduated m 1M6
Ti.i ctan laade from tke Lai
versrty of Miami, aad since tkea
has beea damg gradaate stadie*
a: Mm* Hopkins I'utersaty aad
tke raatj of Iluams
-ill shortly recesse hu doc
eace aad hs
Carol, will receive a Ma
teciaaoej.
The Feis last state, associated
the L'^versity of Peansyl
Tj-_i m cxed tkroagheat tke
eovrtry for its work 1a trainmg
city iLd couci> managers aad rth-
evel government employ
ee*
ft0M Bl 1*1 KrWITTOww
ALL-EXPENSE CRUISES TO
WEST INDIES
*l$ YARMOUTH */* EVANGEUHE
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Beach Financier
At Senate Meet
*.rhur H Cour>hoa. chairman ot
Vi i ktasloa Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. of Miami Beach, ha-
urged tke Senate to adopt legisla
uoa desagaed to revive private
koaae fiaaacing operation; in Lat
m America
Appearsag as an expert witness
fctaart a Seaate subcommittee on
keusaag. Courskoo recommended
passage of tke &matker< Morse
btll akack sToatd permit federal
vaviogc associations to invest up
to SlktJMO in similar thrift institu-
tions overseas.
Cowrskon decUred mat tke
laaislatien "should ke particular-
ly oaeM in Latin Amaricaw
nirtriii where such capital is
aaafapj as a first stop in reviv-
09 private kowtiaa operations,*'
and colled the bill a meier hreek-
tkrowah in the ^rwalaiii of pro-
vsdsmj adosswate howsina in those
areas oheia man power and
materials are peneralty avail-
able, hut wwose capatal is Hm
maior stwwthlns* Mock. '
SWIMMING
POOl
%UH DICK
'n-Minrm
or rat rniitr

The Miami Beach
enl to Chile in I96g for the Stale
Departasent International Coop-
eration Administratioa to adnse
on boose financing problems.
He sjaj called to Washiagton lat
eek to receive an ICA citation
for significant contribution to
the government's Point Four pro-
gram of economic assistance He
also accepted a similar award on
behalf of Jack D Gordoa. pre-i
dent of Washington Federal, who
performed a like service for the
- Department last year in a
Point Four mi-sion to Ethiopia.
MR AltCONCmONED
l7'Atww.*.30
poit wnowo l iom
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Year's trei-i' -"-
(taster Crwi**)
5i0M- 95
poTtsTT^O n.-a
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"A cruse 10 sm e**ry nstaviea.
tl
Israel's Atomic
Reactor Humming
Continued from Pane 1-A
11 6000.000 1 $3 334 000>. is of the
-*.mmiag pool type. OOhnah
-aid Tuesday te>ts have shown tkat
there is no danger of radiation, and
he plant has pro%en to be reliable
land accurate. They said that
'Greece has asked Israel for avi.
I'.ance ui constructing a similar
plant
Israel is studying a plan to estah
jlish a special school at Nebi Rubin
, lo tram technicians for work on re
(actors and atomic power plants
, Technicians would be accepted
.'rorn friendly Asian and African na
tion>
au ctttsis saii t rm
Write for descriptive color foUar
Court is still tarn by these two
opposing trends ef putting
freedom of speech first or pot-
tana the protection of people
My oan feeling i that we can-
kjaaj clearly between them
e answer two basic quev
tsons. How do nations die* How
do men achieve a life of rea-
-r.r.''
If you heshrea that nations die
by internal d.'cord. then by all
mean- clamp do*n upon the
Rockttells and fJawZ maggoty doc-
trine* But if pan think that na-
tion- like Amenta have done re-
ajafhahji well in achieving a
mg of races and religions.
..n: tnat th real danger Ihey
lace is from a closure of ideav
then it hi best to stick by free-
dom of aa 1 when risky.
Mj raadak] Of German Uatarj
is that Hitleruun triumphed in
(irmany partly because the Ger
man- had no strong tradition of
civil liberties and the rights of
minorities. A people that neglects
civil liberties is bound to neglect
the rights of minorities. A people
that belw\ >1> in the first
is bossnd to teiirve d
other The An.tr -can t. l ij^A
tie* Uadjtion is urom; i^
keep it strong, as a better
lection against native Nuu* tk
any police clubs could te.
A* far the ether avasti** ,
haw da sssen ackiove rh, |,|, ,J
rtpaan? ^ f-W4wnli th, drk-J
only ky practicing rl activti,
It wwwld ke ketter to lat Rkj,. 1
well hah* hr meeting with p>. I
Ike there ta heap vieter:( frtm \
rvpting. But h> wow at 1
good idea fa nave a j*nt cwv 1
demnatian of lechwe'l iaa-'A
trines puMishod bef 5 HuM
meeting, censor,] from .ry rt-ji
ligious and civic grots tvtryll
racial and class srretu.-n of sv_9
Hy. *
There are seeds of hatred aaffl
evil in each of us, and they kafl
us easily into becoming ,ae daj3
of the manipulators o: evil. Tfl
act as if Rockwells don t exist iX
not the answer, because the fata
is that they do. To mar martyrtl
of them is equally n.: the al
swer They are fit su |ects for I
peychiatnc -tody but until thejl
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iton Tisch, president of the Americana hotel, receives the
iday magazine restaurant award for the fourth straight year
C. Kreiger, of the magazine's staff.
Renews Argentine
smand for Adolf's Return
from Pat* 1A
on the outcome of the
puna, he said, is ready to
war criminals upon the
f proper requests for their
n. He revealed that the
police have made a gen-
Isus of war criminals re-
Argentina, but said that
isnd for extradition will
with on an individual
lile. in Jerusalem, the Is-
iment sent its formal
| Argentina's note of June
eh the Buenos Aires Gov-
had asked for the return
Eichmann and the punish-
those who had captured
ri specialist in the mas*
i of Jews.
the contents of the lonf
nets were not disclosed,
ir is understood to make
that Israel has no in-
of tetwrning Eichmann to
At the same time,
r, the- note reaffirms Is
jll reepect for Argentine
jnty. The letter declares
of Israel's most import-
sign policy goals is the
ration of friendly relations
rsontina.
The Israel reply was sent after
the Foreign Minister at Buenos
Aires had reminded Israel's Am-
bassador there. Aryeh Levavi. that
it had not as yet received a reply
to its June 8 letter to Israel. Mr.
Levavi was expected to present
his new note to the Buenos Aires
Foreign Ministry.
Strenuous efforts are being con-
tinued here to attempt a raproche-
ment with Argentina and the re-
establishment of the friendly rela-
tions that have existed with Argen-
tina for 12 years. Israel circles
here are considering a special ges-
ture of amity toward Argentina,
possibly the sending of a high-rank-
ing personality whose task would
be to soothe Argentinian sensibili-
ties that have been hurt by the ad-
mitted violation of Argentine sov-
ereignty.
Eichmann is officially still under
detention for interrogotion, and no
date has yet been fixed for his
formal arraignment on the charges
of "crimes against the Jewish peo-
ple" and "crimes against human-
ity." Both those charges carry the
death penalty under Israeli law.
Sunday, a magistrate went to his
secret place of custody and extend-
ed the detention order against the
Nazi for the fourth time. The new
warrant prolongs the detention.
Austria Charged
With Indemnity
Program failure
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
World Assn. of Austrian Jews is-
sued a special statement recently
which emphasized that the Gov-
ernment of Austria has failed to
pass any legislation to indemnity
victims of the Nazi regime in Aus-
tria despite repeated assurances it
would do so.
The association, declaring it
spoke for 75.000 Austrian Jews sur-
viving from a pre -Hitler Jewish
community of 200,000, said that
the sum of $35,000,000 set aside by
Austria to compensate all victims
of Nazism, including the Jews,
was inadequate. The statement
noted that property losses of the
Jewish community alone amounted
to $1,000,000,000. In Vienna, Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann reported at a pub-
lic meeting on the results of his
talks with Chancellor Julius Raab
and Vice Chancellor Bruno Pitter-
man.
He said the two government
leaders promised him to take
definite step* concerning restitu-
tion for Jewish victims of the
Austrian Nazi regime. Asserting
there was foundation for hope
that Austria would act on the
issue. Dr. Goldmann added that
if the current Parliementt failed
te enact such laws, world Jewry
would regard such inaction as
constituting a lack of good will.
Meanwhile, France and West
Germany have at last reached
"basic agreement" in long-dead-
locked negotiation for the indemn-
ification of French citizens who
had been persecuted by the Nazi
regime, government circles re-
vealed this week in Bon.
Details of the agreement were
not made public. The negotiations
broke down a year ago when
France insisted that compensation
was due not only to Frenchmen
persecuted by the Germans during
World War II because of race or
religion, but also members of the
wartime underground movement.
iING THE WEEK... IS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
*r in victory or defeat. Only the anti-Semite made a caricature
iWailing Wall and the distortion of the Jewish personality in the
while ignoring his own part in their enforced establishment,
hat is these terms, was Dr. Goldmann's contribution on the
on of his recent address in Paris? Apart from the fact that he
\ unsuccessfully to deal with anti-Semitism in the abstract, it sug-
his over-exposure in the world Jewish community. Either as a
Ued agent between American Jewry and the U.S. Internal Rev-
Jepartment during the recent "reorganization" of the United
i Appeal." or standing on a cold January day with Chancellor
Jier before a newly-polished West German memorial desecrated
[wake of the Cologne anti-Semitic excesses. Dr. Goldmann these
limply has too many things to say in too many places at too many
ns.
' often can one avoid foot-in-mouth disease? ^^__^__
Tox Group
Prepares Report
Tax and equalization committee
of the Miami Beach Taxpayers'
Assn. is preparing a proposal for
the elimination of the intangible
personal property tax.
David G. Berry, chairman of the
committee, said that "many ef-
forts have been made to remove
this unpopular tax that can only
be referred to as a necessary evil.
Now we have a plan that will pro-
vide additional revenue to replace
moneys gained through the pres-
ent tax."
Berry has appointed Billy Green
chairman of a sub-committee on
I sales tax to spearhead the cam-
paign. Working with him will be
Williar Farr, Godfrey Perell, Mit-
chell Litving and William M. Croc
!kett, jr., the association's execu-
tive director.
Simon E. Rubin, president of the
association, pointed out that this
planned program "would benefit
not only the tax-paying public but
also provide income for commun-
ity health and welfare groups."
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Frtday. July 8. 1*1
Washington Council Lauds Ban
.t^**
Students recently confirmed at Temple Zamora Tescher. Phyllis Brenner. Debby Douglass, and
include standing (left to right) Malvin Rubin. Barry Green3tein. Seated are Roschelle Beck-
Mimie Oberstein. Barbara Swan. John Miller, erman. Cantor Meyer Gisser. Rabbi B. Leon
Lee Johanessberg. Jessica R. Hurwitz. Danold HurwiU. and Harlene Greenstein.
Auction Will
Feature Program
An auction will be the huhlight
of Camp Ma Ka Bee's annual car-
nival and supper scheduled for
Wednesday from 5 to 8 p m at the
Miami YMHA Branch. 450 S\V 16th
\e.
In addition to supper and over
15 game booths, planned and op-
erated by the campers themselves,
dozens of valuable items Mill be
auctioned off.
Proceeds will give 15 needy boys
and girls a summer day camp ex-
perience
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
rector Miami's Uraest I OM.jt
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Temple Zion
Honors Officers
New officer-, of Temple Zion and
its affiliates were honored at serv-
ices on Friday evenioj by Rabbi
Alfred Waxman. spiritual leader of
the congregation.
Officers of the congregation are
Jack Deutchman. president; Ir-
ving Hugel. first vice president;
Sam Messer. second vice presi-
dent; Hyman Potash, third vice
president. Irving Bloomfield. cor-
responding secretary.
Sam Levin, recording secretary;
Mel Pollack, financial secretary;
and Sidney Potash, treasurer.
Also honored were Mrs. Seymour
Samuels, president of Sisterhood;
Abe Kaplan, president of Men's
Club: Reuben Lederman. PTA
president: Morris Miller. Senior
Social Group president: and Ken-
neth Golden, president of United
Synagogue Youth
Continued freen raf* 1
...ental stability It i* mconceiv-
able that an American can raur the
banner o'f the Nazi Party and Save
the swastika the crudest symbol
of .murder and evil the modern
world has known, and still pretend
to be aanW BdeUberg declared.
A somewhat similar position was
taken by the Jewish War Veteran*,
their spokesman said Tuesday The
JWV was gratified by the order of
the Department of Interior, which
compelled Rockwell to shift his ral
lies trom a location frequented by
a great number of tourists to one
practically deserted on Sundays and
holidays. Nevertheless, the JWV
feels Rockwell should not be per-
, mitted to speak publicly at all.
A number of Jews involved in
Sunday's riots, when the angry
crowd charged the Nazis and in-
flicted physical punishment on
The Family of the Late
LOUIS GOLDIN
Wishes to express their
appreciation for the many
kind expressions of
sympathy in their
recent bereavement.
Mrs. Rose Gofdi*
and sons
Selig and Philip
them, received anonymous
calls Monday threatening
lives, Their names and add
were, published-u.the loq.iJ.naj
Lakeside
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The New 36tr. St. Causeway
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JEfferson 1-7677
Edward T. Newman
Funeral Director
firm Names Executive
i
General Development Corpora-
tion, one of the nation's leading,
home building and land planning
firms, announced Wednesday the
appointment of Louis A. Chester
as executive director of the corpo-
ration's newly-created Housing'
Authority. A noted Canadian and'
American financier. Chester will
continue to serve as chairman of!
the executive committee.
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IuJkiou. concern? Of course.Thai'* why yu II
oanl in tui.l oul about Miami'* ones! and
oldwi Jewish cemetery today. Mount .Nebo'
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cemetery), alread) n.eed* 1100,000
5erenil and loM-lmr-- u il- krtnotr ... a pl of comfort and in-piralion for you ... k teader
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TALES OF MORAIS
brr.is a Story oW ofceut o man
viritrd* tfle LoutTr. whrre ihr
[ainttngs art displayed". Thctt
tings hare MCf-ved the acclaim
\oied critics and authorities on
The paintings are old. and
executed by tome of the great-
fen in the field of art. The *
[ goes on to say that the visitor. *
looking at a number of the
ngj. turned to the man next to -
wdmds
| cannot see why people ma\e ~
fuss about them. 1 tee nothing \
trftd m thtm." To which His
nion replied. "The paintings
' on trial, vou are."
>RAL: Many people cannot
voter of religion. Religion '
fried the individual it.
^JmisHhrSdHan
Pag* 13-A
MIMI | -W.1.
OF WISDOM
en iron u>o Treated, the trees
',o tremble. Said iron to them: I
\o vou trembled Let none of
enter me, and not one of :
I be injured.
-----OHM. KABBAH 5:10
of no importance unless
[ supreme importance.
HBSCHF.L.
i kills three: the speaker, the
/. and the listener.
MUM. KABBAH 19:2.

(coming world they will not
[Why loere you not Moses?
att\ ": "Why toere you
tiff"
BUBFR.
Am Will
Officers
Beth Asa will install of-
Bi social function Satur-
g at Miami Springs Vil
istalled are Robert H.
0re sklent for a second
Levine, executive vice
t Barney Bernstein. Her-
and Sidney Scnreer,
ents.
[offman was reelected
installed president of
Brotherhood.
Kronish
Report
[ Detroit last week attend
annual meeting of tht
Difference of Americat
tabbi Leon Kronish, of
eth Sholom, presented s
on "National Stand-
[Bar Mitrvah and Bas
snish was chairman of
ilttee of the Commission
Education, which held
meeting prior to the
tssion of the Central Con-
American Rabbis,
th Sholom spiritual lead-
tended the annual meet-
curriculum committee,
| down the goals and spe-
tives for the 600 congre-
eligious schools affiliated
[Union of American He-
e-gations.
3n tavni s
r^cligious *JL^ife
ffAMf DAVID NUSOM
8^#t*fTw#( FVrCw
Survival of World Jewry
Remains Enigma of History
y RABBI DAVID *V. HER SON
Beth EmeHi CeoBPBBaHen
The existence of the Jewish peo-
ple is one of the enigmas of history.
Much thought has been expended in
the attempt to fathom the reasons
for Jewish existence, for the Jewish
people have defied every law of
survival.
According to the norm, a people's
identity is rooted in its land. A na-
tion's existence is dependent on the
physical attributes they can call
call their own. In the annals of
recorded history, we find many
peoples that were conquered by
outside forces. These nations were
submerged by the conquerors on
their own soil and lost their individ-
uality. In these instances, the con-
quered nations remained within
their own borders, yet they suffered
oblivion.
The Jewish people were not only
conquered, they were bodily re-
moved from their own land and dis-
persed throughout the world. Thcv
were subjected to the vilest treatment and the worst forms of oppres-
sion. Yet, the Jews are here today. What then is the cause for Jew-
ish survival?
The cause, briefly, may be found in the Book of Numbers. The phe-
nomenal position of the Jew was already noted by the non-Jewish prophet
Balaam, who recognized the Jewish people as a nation while they were
still nomads and wanderers in the wilderness. Balaam detected in them
a tenacity for life that would remain indestructible.
"From the top of the rocks I see him,
and from the hills I behold him.
Lo, it is a people that dwelleth alone
And is not reckoned among the nations."
The peculiar position of the Jew was visible to the astute observer.
Grudgingly, he recognized their strength as an inner spiritual force that
physical means could never destroy.
It is this spiritual strength that preserved Jewish identity. It is the
-"tangible in Judaism that made possible Jewish physical survival. What
ire the intangibles? The intangibles are the. morals and ethics, the laws
ind commandments. -
With the absence of a designated area to maintain their identity,
he Jewish people made their faith a living bond that united them despite
heir geographic dispersal and the physical distances. The faith of the
Tew set him apart from amidst the nations that he dwelt. He became
i people within a people. He became a part of every civilization, yet re-
named an individualist, with an identity all his own.
He participated in every worthwhile endeavor, yet remained identi
iable as a Jew. He helped in the building of nations, when hh own na-
ionhcod was a matter of conjecture. He promoted cultures, yet found
ime to develop a culture that bore his own individual imprint.
This is the enigma, and within the very puzzle lies its own solution:
he spiritual force known as Judaism.
See
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lavAAXnUBIAJK- casirie.ve i rinfut Itunf-hf" "' ff TTMllor IB.
Orthooo*. Rabbi le Ever. Tabseiuco oTKubBl WaJTSchTarno T otr
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Kprmm: ''""he | vacation. Hermonetle by Sam Bloom:
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Krrmm: ''""he ] vacation. Hermonetle by Sam Bloom:
I'barnolerlstles of a Jew." Bar Mitz- I "Teen-A*e DilemmaConfirm or Con-
vah: Dennl* Barry, aon of Rabbi and'form?
Mrs. Isaac Ever; Steven Edward, son
>f IT. and Mrs. Jules Dosslck: Murk
Pmii -on of Mr. and Mrs. Sanfoid
Ooldberg.
AN6HE CMC*.
Conservative,
president.
33 *W loth awe.
Maxwell Sllberman.
>r Returns
Duties
health reasons forced
aurice Neu to resign
[post at Congregation Ye-
she last year.
\b Rosenfeld, president,
annoueed Cantor Neu's
the congregation. Can-
Is already begun rehears-
High Holy Days.
ps in North Miami Beach
fe and three children.
uiQinm Tim
i 0:57 pjn.
*
sVhat is the history of tha> Biblical
word "Shibboleth?"
At the present time it means the
ipplication of a test by which we
identify a certain person or a
:roup. It has its origin in the anec-
lote related in the twelfth chapter
f Judges. There was a fierce bat-
le between the Gileadites and the
Sphraimites. In order to ascertain
vho is an Ephraimite, J e p t h a
caused every soldier who sought
o cross the border to say Shib-
boleth." The Ephraimites could not
pronounce the "sh" and pronounc-
ed it "sibboleth."
as*
Was Sarah a relative of Abraham?
Yes. She was his hatf-sister, the
laughter of the same father, but
wt of the saaae mother (Gen.
20:12).
a
Why do Jews face the last when
prayinsj?
In Jerusalem, the Jews always
turned their faces toward the "Holy
Hill" of the Temple while praying
(Dan 6:10). In the court of the
Temple, the Jews in prayer faced
the Temple itself, to the Holy of
Holies (I Kings 8:38).
Is It trvothet Abraham on ana oc-
casion aiaianm tithe ta a
artaetf
Yes, it is true. The Bible speaks
(Gen. 14:18) of Melchizedek, King
of Salem, who met Abraham with
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wine and bread, aad that since
Melchizedek was a priest, Abra-
ham give him "tithes of all."
Melchizedek is mentioned again
in the book of Psalms (110:4).
a a
Whan was the Ark ef the Cavanant
last heard eft
No reference is made to it after
Josiah ordered It to be restored to
the Temple (2 Chron. 35:3).
It is assumed that it.was carried
away by Nebuchadnezzar when he
plundered the Temple.
There is a tradition, however,
that before Nebuchadnezzar plund-
ered the Temple, the priests hid the
Ark and that its hiding place will
be revealed by the Messiah. His
knowledge of it will be one of the
proofs of his claims.
ETH DAVID. 1436 SW 3rd a vs. Con
servative. rtafeOI Vaarkov "losenbera
Cawasr William W. kipson.
a
ETH EL. SCO SW 17th sve. Orthodon
*la*kl So teener '.iff.
Friday :4S p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Bar Mltzvah: Jeffrey Kills, snn of Mr.
ami Mr*. Allen MI'ler. Sermon: "Chal-
lenge for the Future."
ETH EMETH. 12260 NW 2nd avs.
Conservative. Rabbi David w. Her.
on. Cantor Hymsn ax*
Friday llU p.m. 8errr.on: "Do Jows
Have a Monopoly on Prophecy?" hlat-
i-liiv 9 a.m. He.rmon: "Spiritual Con-
nicta."
IETH ISStACL. 4000 Pralria ave. Or-
thoOox. Rabbi H. louh Rottman.
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washirtflton
ava. Orthodov. Rabbi Tlbor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamcbes.
a
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40S
ISth st. Orthodon. Rabbi Chatm
Karllnsky.
:ORAL WAV JEWISH CEMTER.
S7SS SW isth St., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
3ADE HEIGHT* CENTER. 1SM0 NW
2n0 ave. Conservative. Cantor Emin
ucl Mandel.
fLAGLEH-GRANADA. 90 NW Slat
pi Conservative. Rabbi Barnard
Shoter. Cantor Frsd Bernstein.
Friday 4:45 p.m. Saturday t:S0 a.m.
FT. LAUDERDALk. EMANU-EL. 1B01
C Andrew* ava. Reform. Rabbi
Marhia Ranaon. Cantor Snarwin
Levins.
HIALCAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1180 W. sBth st.. Hia-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwittnan.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 317S SW 29th
tar. Conservative. Rabb) Morten
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Canon.
KNE8ETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid mvo
Orthodos. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Self
Friday <:S p.m. Saturday 3:30 a.m.
Seimun: "Thwartlns; t^e Kvll I>^~ re-
of Othern." Bar Mltuvwh- Ronald, son
,f Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kate; Norman.
son of Mr. and Mr. Otto Haas.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodos. Rabb'
Henchell ftavilfe. Cantor Joseph
Salzman.
hriday *:50 p.m. Saturday t a.m.
MONTICELLO FARK. 1S*th St. and
NE 11th ava. Conservative. Rabbi
Mas Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum.
Friday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 1:41 a.m.
Bar Mltzvah: Michael, non of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Borensleln. Mlncr.a < p m
Sermon: "How Kthlral <:*n V> e 0>- in
the Business World?"
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 7Mh st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
SOUTHWEST CENrtft. S43S SW tr-
et. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 1:18 p m Sermon: "Teaohlnsre
of the Talmud." Ones Shatibat to fol-
low. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
Pardon."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan.
Friday t p.m. at Unified hid*-.. 2300 Sh
171st st. Sermon: "Flattery Can be
Very Disarming." t^nag 6habbat hosts:
\lr. and Mrs. Joe Miller in honor of
he return of their son. William How-
.rd. from service. Saturday t a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. M60 N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Reform Rabbi Hsraert
Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner
Ylday 1:15 p.m. Rabbi Baumgard re-
umes pulpit following his return from
he Pentrnl Conference of American
Habhls In Detroit.
TEMPLE BETH ElT 1S46 Polk st.
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samue'
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Flamingo Way. Conservative.
Lee Heim.
TEMPLE ZION. S72B SW 17th at.
Con.ervatlve. Rabbi Alfred Wi-
man. Canter Jacob Goldfarb.
TIFERETH ISRAEL sV N. Miami
sve. Cantor Albert Giants.
Ki ma> S:30 p.m. Uurst spiritual leader:
Kabhl Naiii.in H. Zwltman. Sermon:
"Ji'dalianRellsrlon of Life." Saturday
a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Barry, aon Of Mr.
and Mrs. Ieo Metzarer. Sermon: "How
Uoodly are Thy Tents. O Jacob?"
TORAH TEMPLE. 1SS4 Wast Of.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casset.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Okolica. Cantor Morris Banger.
' Fi Iday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Buildiiikr
Bridges." Saturday a.m. Bar Mltz-
vah. Oarv. son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Gaines.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 90 NE 171st a*.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
------a-----
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zm-
more ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Mayer Glsser.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah. Billot Bloom. Sermon:
"Transmitting the Crown."
OrseaV
rew
rONversafi'oN
n^a?yijnfiu

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 17SB Manrae st Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lersr. Cantor Irstf
Sastraibor.
rlday t p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar
\1ltzvah: Mark, aon of Mr. and Mrs.
jiuis Rosen.
-EMPLB BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ava. Liberal. Rabbi Lean Kronisk
Cantor Davle Canvlsar.
"rlday 8 15 p.m. Saturday !:& am.
rBMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16BB0 NW
find ava. Conservative. Rabb
Sheldon Edwards- Canter Ben Grace
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
tan ava. Cenaervallve. Rabbi Irvint
Lehrman. Cantor Isrsal Raich.
riMSLE ISRAEL. -187 NE Itth at
Reform. Rabbi Jaaaph R. Naret
Canter Jacob Bornataln.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 88B Palermo ava
Liberal. Rabbi Msrris Skop. Canto-
Herman Gottlieb.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 60th at. am
Tartan* Waterway. Modern Tradl
tienal. Rabbi Eugene Labovltz. Can
tor tawmal Gombero.
Friday 6:46 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1Z10.
NE 1Sth ava. Reform. Rabbi Benm
M. Wallach.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Service to be con-
t I T T
T T T t T I T-S
j T I **l T
2ri\?r\ urr k*7 ,"nenxs73
.ina n'pss-nv.s^ ^na
Tiannrpiann^KTr ,
JTTvrg riTDiorj ooa
Vs nn^an na^1? oipoa :
iDa1? ias ran jin|? a*i
ma nxi SntfK ruiB m
T J V I I T I 1 ;.
.tthnn-ta jopn
i-BO-px1? nfin orr-inK
tit rD-nas ^ nnD*Tto
-T3T1K3 1J^ siWJOT
/nrrT nriai ,n"ii nriTif
TRANSLATION -
Zabarim Tooorhor With
PWW IflNWflsTAfwBt
When three years ago Yechiel
Erei came to a settlement of new
immigrants in the mountains of
Jerusalem he found fifty-five fam-
ilies from Kurdistan there. The
situation in the village was difficult
for though the immigrants know
how to tend fruit trees they dkl net
know the meaning of a budget or of
cooperation.
Yechiel was the social instructor
of the Jewish Agency. Instead of
going home every evening as is cus-
tomary he brought his wife Edna
and their one-month old son with
him to the village.
They were followed to Even Sapir
by another Zabar family, David
Eichenbaum who worked in the
University in Jerusalem, his wife
Rachel, who was a teacher and
their daughter Dinah, who was tea
Vearsold.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamtt)
m


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*Jmlstfk>rkUan
Friday, Ju]y 8- l980
from Hollywood:
HERBERT G. IUFT
TV Rendering of Warsaw Ghetto Meant lights, Camera!...
Hollywood
PETER KORTNER, producer of the
T)k\ house 90 network show, invited
me to jo'.n him in the control booth, studio
31 at CBS Television City in Hollywood,
for the video-taping of "In the Presence
cf Mine Enemies." the dramatization of
an episode from the Warsaw Ghetto up-
rising. Before our eyes and ears un-
raveled the tragic tale of one Jewish family, symoolizing
the plight of all. in Rod Serling's poetic narrative.
Your columnist watched Act 3 of the 90-minute show
One scene before the cameras during our visit wa- a repro-
duction cf the committee-room of the elders of Warsaw's
Jewish community. Ben-Ari (one of the original members
Book Editor Hilarv Mindlin is < roedtum Htrt HoJIjr-
I ...lum,,.! Mubttl Luft r((fl>."" the r"diulu,t\of
In At Present* of Mm, Enemut' the controversial Rod
S**ft*| "'"' -" "I &<***> Ghetto which recently
fnured so r-rominrntlv in the newi.
of the Habimah). bearded for his role, with forceful modu-
lation questioned Rabbi Heller (Charles Laughton) about
the names of those who daily were disappearing from the
ghetto. There are thousands, the rabbi insisted, knowing
that a new listing wouldn't bring back to life the men.
women and children deported to human slaughter houses.
Another showed a stirring scene between Heller and
his son Paul (Arthur Kennedy), whose business it had be-
come to kill Nazis. The father demands moderation from his
,-nSKK
^*rmv^r. glfl
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Free Speech of Washington's Nazi Corps
Washington
THE DISTRICT OF Columbia has
arrest pickets wise denos>
:> against lirms
g ant Negro di.-cnnnna-
N'azi pickets, carr\ir.g
-.n^ of Ji wa,
under the local inter-
ipeeefa
Clark X i rosecutor f"r the District of
!y prosecuted pro III
ief that J<
bjecting to Uncoil Rockwell'i
Bui inatici I
the poU fei I r of
I irtj
Kio) d Washington by ordering a Jew
ryini Mr RockweQ" by "talk-
Tie Nan leader was mak.ng a pub-
5< tic baranf
A i rs Kaate, 22 year-old Tarry Selin-
informed he had no right 10 nn>
hen Rockwell wa- ipeaki King
. uld interrupt if "the President of t+.e
nakmg an address. It was the
"free speech" of Rockwell that police were con-
:h protecting.
Stlmk;n sought to explain that he merely tried
Overseas Newsletter:
By ELIAHU SALPfJER
On Eichmann Echoes
Jerusalem
THE INDIGNATION over Argentuu.
* demand to handback Adolf Eichmann
>vas shared by practically all Israeli.-.
All newspapers came out editorially
against the demand. The tone of the Ar-
gentine ultimation removed some of the
uneasiness which was felt in some quar-
ters about the rather non orthodox method
by which Eichmann was brought to Israel. It was felt that,
if the Argentine Government reacted so vehemently to the
capture of Eichmann. one could not be sure whether had
the Argentine police been informed of Eichmann- where-
abouts and ashed to arrest him the Nazi criminal would
not have been given a chance to escape, as did other Nazis
when they were tracked down.
While, by now. practically nobody doubted that there
wa6 no other way to insure that Eichmann was brought to
justice than by the method in which it was done, criticism
nevertheless began to be voiced as to the way in which the
Israel authorities handled the diplomatic and publicity
angle of the aftair since the moment Eichmann was brought
to Israel. *
The first announcement made by Mr. Ben-Gurion in the
Knesset, about Eichmann's capture, stated that he wai
found by member- of 'he Israeli Security Service- Th..-
was reiterated in the first official communiques pub!-
by the Government Press Information Office, and also in
an open letter from the Prime Minister to Achdut Haa\oia
leader Israel Galih. published in the Hi-tadrut mor
newspaper. -Davar." When some reports came from Ar-
gentina, claiming that former Jewish victims of the Nazis
and non-Israeli secret agents helped to locate Eichmann.
the head of the Israel Security Services hastily told a press
conference that the entire operation of tracking down and
capturing Eichmann was carried out solely by members of
the Israel Security Services, without any assistance from
other sources.
It ail seemed as if the Security Services had suddenly
cast off their cloak, and embarked on a campaign to win
friends and secure affection. Though their pride in cap-
turing Eichmann was understandable and fully justified in
itself, their self-publicity proved somewhat irresponsible in
light of further developments which could have been fore-
seen in advance.
As reports multiplied in the world press that Eichmann
was captured in Argentine, the Buenos Aires Government
had no choice but to request an explanation from Israel.
Simultaneously, there were indications from Argentine
sources that they had no desire to blow up the issue and
wanted only an explanation that would protect their na-
tional pride
to ask a question "What about Hitler?" He con-
! ised to shouting thi- question.
Selinkin was surrounded and molested by Rock-
rail's stromtroopcrs Selinkin was arrested along
with one N;rz: But the Nazi uas released immedi-
ately, without trial, after forfeiting $10 collateral.
The Anti Defamation League of B'nai Brith
termed the silencing an.. BTrest of Selinkin a "gl
injustice There was readiness to prosecute Jew-
but tolerance of Nazi provocations. There was "tree
speech" for Nazi- but not for Jew-.
M: King and the ParV Police were charged by
the I" in.erpertation of their
responsibilities The ADL stand against the licen-
tiotu tbuse of "free speech" principles h rejected
by another communal group The Dis'nct police,
several month- age, actually hecto^raphed an order
to arret Nazi agitators for disorderly conduct. Hear
ing of this, the communal group rushed to District
authorities ar.d managed, it the last moment, to pre
' issuance of the orders It was feared that Nazi
"free speech" might be jeopardized.
The President of the body -aid "it would be a
bad bargain to secure the arrest of a crackpot like
Rockwell at the expense of transforming the dis-
orderly conduct statute into a vehicle capabale of
being used for the suppression of free speech.''
But the same man remained silent when pobce,
coddling the Nazi.-, arrested Jews who sought to
exerise freedom of speech. Nor did the American
Civil Liberties Union have anything to say about
the denial of first amendment rights to Jew -.
One police officer found a recent Rockwell rally
amusing. He laughed as the former U.S. Navy-
commander pointed to persons in the crowd. Rock-
well said "just look at the JewsLook at the faces
of some of them!"
Rockwell and his stormtroopers baited, tormen-
ted, and insulted Jews with impunity. Similar treat-
ment was given non-Jewish anti-Nazis. Since the
rallies are held on the paved walk between the lead-
ing museum and the National Archives exhibit, tour-
ists become a "captive audience." If they dare pro
test, they find themselves surrounded and menaced
by Rockwell's private army of husky brown-shirted,
swastika-wearing, stormtroopers.
When a handsome young man differed vocally
with Rockwell's tirade, Nazis prepared to assault
him. Police intervened, not against the Nazis.but to
remonstrate with the young man. Police permitted
the Nazis to call him a "filthy kike" and virtually
spit in his face.
He proclaimed to the police that he was a Catho-
lic, not a Jew, and that he had a right to disagree
with the Nazis. Police let them go. Shortly there-
after, they arrested two Jews who also tried to heck
t le Rockwell. Police went so far as to drag one from
' a passing automobile.
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
offspring, lets Paul himself become a Nazi in his hatreds!
the eafuny.-.lrwa long and intricate scene between Germ*]
Col. Richter (a aharply-edged performance by George yT|
cready). and Sgt. Lott (newcomer Robert Bedford)
philosophy of the master race was pointedly clarifed U
author and performers.
Director Fielder Cook, a youngish man, guided Ji
dramatic production from the control room. At the en]
ter of a large and technically complicated master boa
with three closed-circuit television screens in front of his 1
during actual photography, the director is the commasf
ing general, surrounded by a technical staff of mixe
audio and video engineers and a tape recordist on one it,
and his artistic aides, script-supervisor and assistant* i
the other.
It is the director who tediously puts the drama
gether, scene by scene. In constant contact with the
manager on the set itself, via earphones and microphomj
the director observes every detail, ordering changes
retakes, switch of camera angles, the pick-up of cer_
dialogue scenesand doing all this with the snap of
finger. A smooth flow of continuity is established wa
the video-taping is still in process.
"In the Presence of Minp Enemiet." starring LaugJ
ton, Kennedy, Susan Kohner and Oscar Homolka. was *>
leased May 18. though it was photographed less than crj
reek ea: tier and had to be edited, scored and tranoferM
in sue.' a short time. The theme of the Warsaw r.hJ
been very close to both Bod Serling and KortwJ
bave been pleading with the netwerk >;nce la t fall
let the -how. Unfortunately. "Playhouse 9 been discontinued.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWART
Why is July Fourth?
In,
WHEN WE WERE children, a pui
"* thai used to be heard around tail
ime was "Why is the Fourth of July?" A
The unexpected answer would be: 1
- the fir.-t. I' is the secord. L is the i
n I Y i- :h'- fourth of July."
But why really is the Fourth of Ji*
The basic reason* are of course s{"
ure, yet not as simple as general*!
supposed either. fj*
There was the natural desire for felf-rule. AmeniJ^
was growing up. It was silly, as Tom Paine said, to n
to the -hips every time they came in, to see what measaj
ofHbert* Kngland iiiowed us.
1 hen were the objections of Americans to the Brio
taxes. England was employing the tariff to benefit a"
own manufacturers to the discouragement of Americasi
dustry.
But England was not a tyrannous government. Hr^
relations with America were much the same as those I
tween her and the Jewish settlement in Palestine, wsj4
she held the mandate. She was benign, but always
main idea was advancing her own interest, and if the Jt j
ish interest conflicted with it or she thought it did. she stj
rificed the Jewish interest.
That was bad for the Jews of course, but there
many Jews in Palestine and there still are who I
quite an affection for England. No Jew in Israel todays
indifferent or ungrateful to B a If our or AJJenby or we
wood. And in the same way. in the American co
there was a good deal of affection for the "mother"
When the Continental Congress took up the matter ,,
independence, we know how seriously the issue wss lij
bated. John Adams, staunch protagonist of independefjjj
admitted, that in some of the colonies, half of the peaj,j
were against independence.
The Jews had a rather good score. Dr. Benjamin Rain
a signer of the Declaration of Independence said. "aO tft
Jewi are Whigs." The Whigs were the liberals for is'
pendence. There were exceptions among the Jews,
The famous Rebecca Franks for instance, at whose hw
many of the British officers were entertained, was one'1
ception. She wrote verses lampooning the Continental Oti
gress.
Promotion of Interfaith Understanding Lauda!
BROMOTION OF interfaith understand
ing is. quite obviously, a wholl- L
praiseworthy objective, one w.;r. which m g
sane person can possibly quarrel. How
ever, there is reason to question the wi-
dom of the approach.
In recent years interfaith promotio
has been predicated on the strange anr
wholly untenable thesis that goodwill i__ _____
best generated among people of diverse reugm wnen it
stresses the areas of agreement rather than the point-, of
departure in the different faiths. It seems to this writer
that such an approach is not only inimical to the very pur-
pose it envisages, but a dengerous oversimplification of the
problem The problem in human relations, whether politi-
cal or religious, is not to link men in a bridge of conformity
but to have them bridge their differences within the very
pattern of disparity and diversity that is part and parcel
of the human weave.
Quite bluntly as was recently declared by Dr Sam-
uel Sandmel. a Jewish authority on the New Testament -
the limning of Judaism and Christianity in term.- of tJ
similarities can only lead to "superficial and cheap *]
will The business of obliterating, or ignoring the
differences between the religions for the sake of pros**
interfaith relations is a travesty precisely because t**h
goodwill "implies acknowledged differences accoraptfj
by reciprocal respect" and not the submerging of tssfl
ical principles.
In a pamphlet for teenagers recently publishedbH
B'nai B'rrth Youth organization. Dr. Sandmel eovasebf
"a Judaism shielded from comparison with intellect
religious movements outside it would be not only *'
in isolation but perpetuated only because of it> L
We are Jews." he said, "not because we are ignores]
what is outside of Judaism but because we know
outside and we have looked at what is outside with
standing." Dr. Sandmel. who is provost of the H
Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion, reresw
<<>' as "a kindred religion" whose heritage J
lated to ours But at the tame time he teUs the y<
have no wish to be Christians; we have no aim ol ?*
< n is to be Jews


July 8. 1960
-Jmi&ncridlar)
LEGAL NOTICI
Page 15-A
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
11IVKN (h.-.l
bdernlgned. desiring t.. mncr in
p under the fictitious mm.' or
W Ai- m-.tmknth at is-,
lister said name with the i'l. i k
th Terrace, Miami. Ha. intends
air} of,pads ol|m/,
L. *5? JULIA BOODER
IN r INN
r Julia ;- KMler
; M, ? i-v-i",

NOTICE UNDER
ICTlTlOUS NAME LAW
MCI IS HEREBY OIVEN lh..|
derslgned, desiring to engage In
8 under the fi. tltlons naiie of
I I RESTO F"oo| I'RiiiJi'CTd
>ie St ert. Miami Bearh.
| '- to reglmer mid name
M I ;-rk of the Circuit Court of
"ounty Florida.
I-MORE ENTERPRISES. INC.
a Ha. Corp
.N'iUNni-R
fir Applicant
<>"n Rd.. U .
1/21. 7. r--is
TIC* BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1TH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT Or
HDA IN AND FOR DADE
JNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C W4I
N HARI'liR,
II tiff,
I.
J B. HARPElt.
.want.
1UIT FOR DIVORCE
\,l JAM B. HAKPEK
ye-a Unknown.
iTILLIAM H. HARI'KR are
otlfled th.it a Kill of Com-
DtVorce his been flleil
Irou, and ou are required t,.
opy of your Aii-.t or Plead*
he BUI of "'..ui|.laliit on the
" Attorne, e. Rli'HMOND A
N. One Lincoln Road Build-
ni Beach, Florida and file the
* uer or Pleading in the of.
' clerk >f the circuit Court
fore the. 22nd day of July,
you full to .1.. m>. Judgment
.t will Be taken against you
e !aj demanded in the BUI of
lie* shall be published once
for foul.....i-.-cutlve weeks
i wish f'loridian.
gXD ORDERED it Miami.
vs Slat day of June. AH
LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
^ourt. Dade County. Florida
By I. KNICBDEN.
ceputy Clerk
___________i/M. T/i-l-ir.
tOTICC UNDER
FlTIOUS NAME LAW
IB HKRBBT OIVF.N that
fine.I. desiring to engage In
ider the fictitious name of
BfBTALN CO. at 2782 N.W.
l>rive. Miami, Pin.. In-
BjRst I name with flu-
ke Cll I Ull Court of I Li,!.-
Mas
.MEH Ml 1.1.ANKY
IVlNi; ISIcoFV
Leo hessen
Dougherty a. Zatac
]for Applicants
Bldg.
1 21. 71--ir.
UftYtHU tY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"Rabbi, rWe'i a g*ntlimm out H*r
to know rf tbr'* a plocB in Jbo.iih for th*
Hail. !,.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4989I-B
IN RK: Estate of
eva KEPLER.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit, js and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present mil Claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of EVA BEPLER, deceased
late oi Lla.de County, Florida, to the
County Judge* of Dade County, and
file the same in their office* In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barred
daniei. ski ".Kit
MACK BEPl.BR,
A- Bseeutors of the Last Will and
Testament.
CHBREN A GOLDEN
Attorneys for Kxecutors
LEGAL NOTICI
".OUNTY JUDGES COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47*803
tie Of
lEflKNfriW \Y
MCE TO CREDITORS
kdHon, and Persons Having
t>em. teach of you are hereby no-
Ian < irder of Administration
has been entered in this
the Honorable Frank B.
the 3rd day of June. l8n.
tgh Value If the said estate
thoiisrin I Siv Hundred and
to Dallara i*'-'.t>22.oo>. and
[was assigned to SYLVIA
lY. whose sddress is :'.'-'
Avenue. Coral Cable-.
-. Flon la
reQuIrs i t.. present any
payments which >ou or
|OU nM) hae against the
>K.N CCSKSSWAY. late of
. nitrite, to the Honor-
Judges of Dade Ooanty,
thin H calendar months
te of the first publication
lima or demands to oon-
nl aii'lre-.- of tlii- claimant
. and presented as afore-
same will be burred, nur-
JKtlon TM H Florida Stai
P M im. Beach. Florida,
of June. I9i>.
rLViA .;i -si:\sway
ca
the Batata of
kway
Road
bh. Fla.
s/24. T'i-*-i:.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 60C m
ANNA OOLDBTBIN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ABK COl.KSTKI.V.
I >.'T' nilant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ABB GOLD8TUIN
You. ABK c.oi.nHTKI.N, are hereby
notified that a BIIL of Complaint for
M\orce has been filed against you.
and you are required to sOl ve a copy
f v"ur Answer or Pleading to the BUI
of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attor-
ney. LBBOWm ANI> IIKI.I.KR. T0
Mist Street. Miami Reach. Florida,
land file the original Answer or Plead'
\ lug In the office of the Clerk of the
PI ult Court on or before the 2th
I day of July. 190. I' you fall to do so.
'Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Bill if Complain:.
DONE ANP ORI>KRKI> at Miami.
Florida, thi* Mtt! dai f June. A.l>.
IN*.
K B. LKATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. I>ade County F'torlda
(seal) By: N. A HBWBTT.
TVputy Clerk
I.KII. >WITZ 4 BKI.I.KK
7M Kirst Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/l-!-ir.-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVKN that
the undercugned, desiring* to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KOOI.MAC.IK at 4800 N.K. Second
Avenue. Miumi. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of r>ad County,
Florida.
RICHARD R. RKYNOI.PS
WAI.KACK N. MAKK
Attorney for Applicant
17 Blscayne Building
Miami H2, F'lorlda
1/17-24. 7/1 -*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAPITAL r'ACTORINQ COMPANY
(not Inc.) at Dade County. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of >h Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WM I COLD, 5(1'1
WINNIE MARCl'H,
VON ZAMFT KRAVIT7.
Attorneys for Applicants
407 Lincoln Road
7 l- I M
!E BY PUBLICATION
J.RCUIT COURT OF THE
IM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IA IN ANO FOR DAOE
ITY. IN CHANCERY,
No. tOC Mil
WIIa'II PEREZ
MARCO puiti-rz,
Jint
IT FOR OIVOnCB
ce Marco Peres
tllwell Credent
I Hills, L.I. N.Y.
I hereb> notified that a Bill
lint for Divorce ha.< been
you. and you are required
copy of your Answer or
the" BiM of Complaint on
JRj Attorney, and file the
iwer or P>adlng In the of-
(Clerk of the Circuit Court
the l".th do of July. 19<<
[to do so, Judgment by de-
le taken against >>u fur the
nded In the Bill of corn-
ice shall be published om-i
for fo i- r n'ecutlve weeks
|i:\VIH!l F'l^HtllHAN
IND OH Miami.
ill 21st day of June. A.I).
LBATHKRMAN. c
rourt. In.le County, Florida
By N A HEWITT.
Keiuitv t'lerk
fl. MUROPP
Ro.i I
eh, Fla
714. 7/1-1-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HERFTBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
FXJl'IPMENT SALES ANO SERVICE
at number 3299 S W. 8th Street In the
City of Miami. Florida Intend to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v.
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
day of June, 1980.
FRANK H. MILLKK
PAl'L M. TAYLOR
WALLACE N. MAFIR
Attorney for Applicant
07 Blscayne Building
Miami 32. Florida
0/17-24. 7'1-K,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF.HY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flc:tf|ous name o<
WORK PLACEMF'NT CO. at 117 N.B
7>th Street. Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F'lorlda.
OAIL HERMAN (sole owner)
DAVID DRl'CKER
Attorney for Applicant
310 Blscayne Building
Miami 32. Florida
1/17-24. 7/1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKBKHY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE TRAIL OKOCERY & MEAT
MARKKT at 541 fcf.W. Mh Street.
Miami, Florida Intend to register
name with the Clerk of the Clicull
Court of laile County. Florida
LOUIS ARE!'. :,'!". Owner
ERNESTINA AltKl'. .'.". Owner
fJOIjyilAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrants
ISM Wc-t Flagler St.
Miami. F'lorlda
________________________________7/1-8-1
NOTICE TO DEFEND OR
ORDER Or PU" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 3I2
LOUIS MARTOKEl.LA.
Plaintiff,
vs.
OI,OA MARTORKLLA.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: OI/.A MAKToRKI.IA
347 Weatcrfelt I'la.e
Lodl. New York
You OLOA MAKTORELI.A are
hereby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been flleil
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead
Ing to the BUI of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. AN'CKI.n A. A I.I.
'I'M. Alnsley Building. Miami .12. Flor-
ida and file the original An-n.r oi
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
18th day of July, 19(0. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published oni-e
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JFTWIMH Fi> tRIDIAN.
DONE ANO uKUKRHlr at Mland.
Florida, this 15th day of June. All
i (,;(
E. B. LFIATHFRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMW
i>eiiuiy Clerk
ANC.KLO A. AU
400 Alnsley Building
Miami 32. Florid
Attorney for Plainitff.
1/17-24.7/1-8
NOTICE UNDID
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
NOTICE 18 HBRKBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
CAMPI.IN AHSOt"IATES at 15000 W
Dixie Highway, North Miami. Florida
Intends to register aatd name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
J O CAMPLIN
CLYDE E. FOSTER. JK.
Attorney for J. D. Camplln
1/17-24.7/1-4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMC LAW
NOTICE l.s HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MCNSHINB WHOLESALE Fi-OW-
at 1100 SW 57 Avenue. Miami.
riorlJa intents to register said n
with 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Count*. Florlla,
St'N'SIMNE FI.OWERS. INC.
Paul Ashkenas, I'resid. nt
EUCIENE LEMLICH
Attorney for Sunshine Flowers. Inc.
1/17-14.7/1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
NOTFCE IS HEHERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL REARINl! SERVICE OF'
F'l/JRIDA at County of Dade intends
to register said name with the Cl-rk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
AL WEINF-.R
Sole Owner
ELI BRFXiKR
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
1/24.7/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 4/331
IN RE: Estate of
SARAH TANFTNHAl'M.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D SCHARQE
NOTICFI is hereby given that 1 have
filed my Final Report and petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Eaecutor or the estate of SARAH
TANENBAl'M, deceased: and that on
the 1st day of *" "' to the Honorable County Judge* of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said Final Report an.i tor n. trtoucmn
and final discharge as FIxecutor. of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This list day of June. 1980.
QEORCE I'HKHRN
OHBREN A OOLDEN
Attorneys
607 Oiympla Building
Miami 32, Florida
1/24. 7/1-8-15
Mj; Olympia Building
Mfnml :, Florida
1/17-24, 7/M
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Jfo. CO43SS
HAZEL TKRKEI.L.
Plaintiff,
ANNIE JPANITA P NF.'WTON.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO". AN'NIE JCANITA P NEWTON
Address unknown
Residence unknown
TAKF: NOTICE that you are requir-
ed to file your answer to a comnl-. nt
filed against you In the above matter
With the clerk of the court on o, be-
fore the 1st day of August, I98D. m,l
serve a copy (hereof uiion Herman T.
Isls. MM W Flngler Srreet. Miami.
F'lorlda. attorney for the Plaintiff.
otherwise a default will be entered
osl you.
I*ited thW 29th day of June. 190.
J. F\ McCRAKEN. Clerk
CLII Court of Record
(seal) i:> JAMES C. HENSON.
I>eputy Clerk
7/1-8-15-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 0C 5BM
CHARLES W. K<>CH.
Plaintiff.
n
ANNA E KOCH,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: anna i: K' m'h
812 Rom St.
llni i.-iniiK. Poanoylvanla
You. ANNA K Keen, are hereto
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce hag been filed agaln.-t you,
and you are require I to
of \oiir Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of complaint on the plaintiff's Attor-
neys, tXM OMAN \ noLDSTEIN, and
file the original Answer or Pleading In
the Office of the Clerk of th.- Circuit
Court on or before the 25th d .t
July. 1980. |f >(,H fa|| i ele-
ment by default will he taken against
you for the relief demanded >n tl" Kill
of i 'omplaint.
This notice shall be published .....r
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THB JEWISH FLORID!AN
DONE AM" ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 22nd dav of June. A.l.
190.
F:. B LKATHERMAN. (ierk.
Chvnll Court. Dade County. Florida
(Mall B) N A. HirWETT.
DetMltV Clerk
'Ml.OMAN A OOI.I'STKIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
MM West Flsgler Street
Miami. Florida
fi'24. 7 '-. -v r.
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRFTRY (SIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH Pl.I'MltlNC CO. at 1018 -6th
Street. Miami Beach. F'l.i intends to
register said name with the Ork of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
anthony vfinto
weinki.i: j. kf:ssi.ek
Attorne\s for Aptil'
814 Sex hold Building
Miami. Fla.
1/17-24. 7 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4*980
IN KF:: F>tate of
AI.EXANI'KR CANC.ELOSI
Ie'ea*ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons ll-iv-
iaa Claims or Demands Against Said
Batate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which- you mav have against
the estate of AI.KXANDKR CAN-
CEIA>H1 deceased late or Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices in the County Court-
house in l>ade County. Florida, with-
in eight calendar months from the
date of the firs* publication hereof, or
the same will be barred
AMK1.IA CANOELOSI
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys
KM* W. Flagler St.
Miami'. Florida
1/17-24.7/1-1
ATTENTION
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
Ns. *0C MI1
KAMt'EL MEYERS,
fiiintiff. ;
vs.
i'kel>f:kica mkyfirk.
I 'efendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FTtFJDKI'.ICA MF)YEKH
c/o Jerry Cifelll
143 Lexington Place
Ellilsbetli Sew .ler~, ,
You f"ri-:i>f:rjca mf:yi-:rs are
hereby notified lliut a Bill of Com-
plaint for Dtvorce has been filed
against you. and you are requ red to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Comp'aint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. ANOKLo A. ALI.
400 Alnsley lliulding. Miami VJ. Flor-
ida atid file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office ,.f the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before tha
isth day o' July. t:".". If you fail to
do so, Judgment by de'ault will bo
taken again-t you for the relief de-
manfled In the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
aactl week for four consec itive weeka
in THE JEWISH F!/>RII>IAN
IniNK AND ot'.DKRKD at Miami,
Mori.la. this l.'.lh day of June, AD.
i:-o
E. I: LBATHERMAJ4, Clerk,
('in uit Court. l>ade County, Florida
(seal) B) K M I.V.VIAN,
Do .. < Ierk
ANOELO A Al.l
40O Ains'ey Building
Miami :!L'. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
i 17-24. 7/1-8
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under th* 'i.:i of
IIMlio BOTTLING CO. at 1051 B,
-.'.".rd street. Hlaleah Intend to register
Said name with tl"- Cl-'k of the Cir-
cuit Conn ..I Dade Co int.- Ftorida.
RH'IIAI'.n BERNM
MARTIN BBRNS
____________________________g/17-2* 7/1-1
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNT- e-LOR OA
No. 474O0-C
RE: ESTATE nK
THOMAS LAWWON THREIJvhTLD
Deceass d.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE I- here!,. g|\en that I have
fill a final report and petition for
F'inal Discharge as Administrator of
the .state of Thomas l.iws.n Threl-
keld deceased; and that on the 15th
dav of .lulv. IM*. will apply to the
Hon..i aide W. h' I'.lanton. Frank B.
lN,w!in and George T. Clark. ('unty
Judges of Dado County. Florida, for
approval of said final renort and for
final discharge ss Administrator of
the estate of TIP'MAS LAW SOW
THRBLKRLD. deceased
Tin- ir.lh '1 IJ of June. I'"I0.
HOMER c tiikim K'l.n.
Administrator.
By : Max P Engel
EN.; EL POLLACK
Attorneys for Administrator
Suite Mill. Blscayne Building
Miami U, Florida
8/17-24.7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVBM that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MR. PINNY'S PKlll FiTORF" il
6200 N.W. 18th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk -.f the Ciicult Court of Dado
County. Florida
BERNABD SOBN1CR-.
50% Partner
MoRKIS SOSNICK.
50* Partner
GOLDMAN A GOLrWTKIN
Attorneys for IteKistranta
2S0a West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
S'17-24, 7/1-S
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF'.RFJBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAPR1' F>>">D PRODUCTS at 14!
Flast 27th Street. Hialeah. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade
Couniv, Florida.
.IKRRY ITALO BARONE and
SAM ARBITOO d/b/a Capri
Plata Comnonv. G42 K. 27th
St Hialeah. Fla.
BNYDEK a YOt'Nfl
Attorneys for Applicants
8/17-S4. 7/1-1
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ter 22 Years of Service, Federation is Now at Home
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
last week moved into its
nanent headquarters at 1317
syne blvd., ending a 22-year
of "temporary tenancy" in
a dozen spots throughout
l county,
ring with Federation were .
.'ices of onf U a,8e"cy "f- Miami, Florida. Friday. July 8, 1960
bs. National Council of Jew 1______L '
"Jewish Floridian
Section B
Dade Jewry's Central Community
Body Moves to Permanent Quarters
rits
HtlMAN
fomtn. formerly of 135 NW
|ve. The Council occupies
ffices on the third floor of
Jding.
purchase of the three-story
ig closes a hectic chapter in
of Federation, now free-
central agency of the spec-
lease expirations, tempor-
Hces, and in adequate facil-
is where the heart is,
ly, and Federations heart
Jly wherever people meet,
eems to have profjded
Clue for the various loca-
the central Jewish agen-
[more than two decades,
a handful of men can re-
Fedeeration's first meet-
[May, 1938, just 22 years
. took place at the home of
I Mrs. Sam Blank,
[using many of the homes
citirenry for Federation
an "office" was estab-
desk-space on the third
[the Congress bldg., Mi-
ese quarters, in Room
B occupied by Federation
I to 1941.
The War Y.
The late Mr. Ginsberg, the gen-
ius behind the impressive office
building at 420 Lincoln rd., was
the embodiment of the "success
story."
The man who offered Feder-
ation a suite of offices on the mez-
zanine floor for $1 a year for ten
years understood human need.
Descended from six gener-
ations of rabbis, one of his first
humanitarian acts was to found
a Hebrew school in Brooklyn in
1910. During the many years he
lived in New York, he participa-
ted in a variety of communal pro-
jects, both non-sectarian and Jew-
ish in character.
During his lifetime. Ginsberg's
span of philanthropies numbered
among them every type of com-
munity and general institution.
such as Jewish Centers, hospit-
als, New York Federation, Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal, Hadassah.
Hebrew schools. Zionist Organiza-
tion, Hebrew University, and Mi-
ami's Combined Jewish Appeal.
As the Jewish community con-
tinued to grow, systems changed
with the times, better and better
business methods were employed.
Greater numbers of people were
lie advent of World War
business firms retrench-
size of their offices,
I tome cases, closed for
the "casualties" in this
r was Federation. Their
Ee was expendable. After
search for new quarters,
. was discovered in the
ccs of Baron de Hirsch
ho, at that time, was lo-
6th st. and Collins ave.
donated the space to
(The building has
^ razed.)
[year, until 1942, Feder-
tfsacted its services from
I law offices there.
out this time, Miamians
effort should be made
[ Federation centrally, on
5 side oi the Bay, if
[After some exploration,
Jfices were found in Fed-
original home in the
bldg. Once again, a
\t made to accommodate
tple, to keep pace with
pt to help those who re-
: through the remain-
war, and until 1948,
in-officcs in Room 1002
ngress bldg. was Feder-
Ime.
, Miami's Jewish popu-
zoomed to new heights,
needs began to
ition was once again
the prospect of finding
era to carry on the com-
of community planning
raisins for its many
es.
le a turning point in
I's "office" life.
Free Siict
Ginsberg, owner of the
[office building at 42f
. Miami Beach, gav.
ii, rent-free, for a period
|rs, a portion of the Mez
Or of offices. Here, Fed-
foccupied 2,378 sq. ft. of
ace, and as time went on,
red to develop, within
ns. some of the office
es and techniques corn-
other Federations in
Ities.
Former apartment house, now the nerve cen-
ter of Jewish organized communal activity .
This is Federation's new home at 1317 B:s-
cayne blvd., at MacArthur causeway, facing
Sears, Roebuck and Company. The simple
N.Cr.
colonial architectural lines were prevalent in
the mid-twenties when the edifice went up.
Structurally sound, the three-story building has
withstood the battering of Florida's worst hurri-
canes in 1938, 1946 and 1950.
f
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c
y
a
3
rittST H.OBH, ft AM
First floor plan shows entrance lobby at left
from Biscayne blvd. Located just right of en-
trance way are offices of campaign director,
campaign assistant, and secretaries. Across
the lobby are four additional campaign staff
offices. A small reception area, switchboard.
and campaign supply room occupy the cen-
ter section. Shaded area signifies rear half of
first floor where Women's Division, board
rooms, and addressograph sections are loca-
ted.
UPTON
SHOCHil
KOSKHAM
6ISJSMK
becoming part of the Federal.on
family, both in the capacities of
contributor, worker, and recipient
of welfare benefits. Change and
growth were in the air. The 10-
year ppriod between 1948 and
1958 saw the Jewish pcpulat.on
nearly doubled. Evenr.creas. g
demands were made for more re-
ligious schols, a new hospital, aid
to families, children, aped a .id
unemployed. This was the ti:r.e
of influx of new Americans, it
was the period of the Mid-East
crisis, and a multitude cl local
and national problems ccncern.ng
the central agency and its con-
stituents.
Permanent Quarters
A decade, from 1948 to 1938.
was slipping by, in the meantime,
and following the death of Moses
Ginsberg. Federation's tea-year
lease expired. New ownerst of the
Mercantile Bank bldg. required
the mezzanine floor for expansion
of its banking facilities.
Faced again with the prr
of moving, the leadership now de-
cided to discuss seriou.'.'.v the ieiea
of securing a permanent he.d-
quarttrs located centrally, within
eacy reach of all residents.
Sam J. Heiman, now preside it
of Federation, was appointed
chairman of a temporary head-
quarters committee to help select
an interim office until ti.t pern
nent site could be found. His
committee combed all cf Dade
county for a possible locat. n
without success. The combined
services of every real eslate bro-
ker WSJ thrown into action, but
office space to suit Federation's
reouir( ments simply was not
available.
Finally, as the mc\'r>p dead-
line <:p^roached, Seymevr Rubin,
a rr< ber of Federation's cam-
pa:: el and an active lea
in the Combined Jewish Appeal,
off' re i 1; rent a loft-space to Fel-
era:,< a 11 the second floor of 424
Lincoln lane.
Then, in May, 1958, Federat. m
moved again for the sixth time.
Turning a former fur shop into
a campaign office presented a
Continued en Page 8 B
-" EASY REACH
Federation is now within
easy reach of all type* of
transportation.
Strategically locatec en Mi-
ami's busy Biscayne fc-lvd. at
NE 13th st.. the now he me of
Federation is accessible by
either car or bus from anf
?a rl of Dado county.
Miami Beach buses C-K-L-
S and T approach Federation
by both Venetian anc Mac-
Arthur causeways, arc slop
withir block of the build-
ing.
In Miami, buses No, 6-11-
14 and 30 leave from Flagler
St., in front of Lane Bryant's
store, and travel north on
Biscayno blvd., directly to
the Ccor of Federation.
Vintors coming by car will
find free parking space on
Federation's private lot at
the rear of the building,
facing Bayshorodr.



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Civing adds zest to life." states Mrs. Saiah Sive Czech. She
kould know, because the 85-year-young former manuiac-
*" of ladies apparel in Cincinnati is one of Miami Beach's
gest contributors to many causes, including the Combined
rish Appeal. Mt. Sinai Hospital. Jewish Theological Semin-
I Jewish Home for the Aged, and the Southwest Jewish
Bier. Mrs. Czech is shown here at a recent dinner, together
h her son, Ben Sire, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretzky, own-
\ of the National hotel, where Mrs. Czech has been a resident
Hhe past four years.
Miami Woman
Named Chairman
The Eight and Forty, subsidiary
organization of the American Le-
gion, has named Miamiah Mrs.
Doris Kater Green as national
chairman for the Marche ration-
ale convention at Miami Beach.
The group will hold its one-day
meeting on Oct. 15 at the Deau-
ville hotel, just prior to the Aux-
iliary's sessions which will also be
held there.
Eligibility in the Eight and Forty
is predicated on outstanding serv-
ice and achievement in the Auxil-
iary, and membership is by invita-
tion only.
Active in Legion work since 1935,
Mrs. Green is a member of Miami \
Beach Post 85. and Dade County
Salon No. 34.
Mrs. Green makes her home at
125 SW 27th rd. Serving as vice
chairman of the national meeting
is Mrs. Joseph Boyd, of Hialeah.
lassah Members Across Nation Ready
Pilgrimage to New Medical Center
By Special Report
YORK The second Ha-
Pilgrimage to Israel will
Jew York City, aboard the
rndence on July 12.
than 400 leaders and mem-
Hadassah, the Women's
Organization of America,
111 pans of the United States,
irticipate in the Hadassah
nagc. In addition to those go-
\Israel on the SS Independ-
Tanother group of Hadassah
fcnage members will make the
By air
K point of the pilgrimage will
I dedication of the $25 mil-
sta-sah Hebrew University
Kl Center at Kiryat Hadas
adassah Town), on the west-
Vskirts of Jerusalem on Aug.
fng the pilgrimage will be
Herman Shulman, former na-
resident of Hadassah.
Shulman said that members
[Hadassah Pilgrimage will
in "the colorful and
[ceremonies" being planned
[dedication of the Hadassah-
University Medical Center
It Hadassah. They will car-
[them an array of American
Igs, representing every
the American Union and
tiro, which will be featured
kvenue of American State
[at the Medical Center ded-
emonies.
The "Avenue of American State
Flags" will symbolize "the bridge
of understanding between the de-
mocracies of the United States and
Israel," she said.
Premier David Ben-Gurion and
Ogden Reid. United States Ambas-
sador to Israel, will be principal
speakers at the Medical Center
dedication ceremonies. Other key
speakers at this historic event will
be Dr. Miriam K. Freund, national
president of Hadassah; Prof. Ben-
jamin Mazar, president of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem;
and Dr. Kalman J. Mann, director-
general of the Hadassah Medical
I Organization in Israel.
Mrs. Shulman Mid thai a special
program is being developed as part
of the Medical Center dedication
ceremonies for the participation of
the different Jewish, Arab and
Christian communities of Israel.
She said that a special flight has
been arranged to enable represent-
atives of Hadassah chapters and
regions, members of Hadassah's
national board, and national serv-
ice committee to take part in the
ceremonies.
Mrs. Abraham Tulin, national
chairman of Hadassah's Medical
Center Committee, said that the
Medical Center, which has been
under construction for four and
a half years, constitutes "a mile-
stone in the medical development
of Israel."
Mrs. Nathan D. Perlman, nation-
Center Program
Enrollment Up
In less than two years, the en-
rollment in the Southwest YMHA
Branch early child development
program has increased more than
1400 per cent, according to an an-
nouncement Wednesday.
The program, which is geared to
meeting the needs of pre-school
children between the ages of 3 and
6 for social development, will add
an additional group to the pro-
gram for the term beginning Sept.
6.
Another innovation is a full-day
program geared to meet the needs
of working parents and those chil-
dren who can benefit from a full
day program.
Parents interested in partnip.it
ing in this program of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
a beneficiary agency of the United
Fund and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, may contact Mrs.
Ethel Grossman, supervisor of the
program, 450 SW 18th ave.
Philip Millstein is the newly-ap-
pointed director of the Southwest
YMHA Branch, and Mrs. Charles
Harris is head teacher of the pro-
gram there.
al chairman of the Hadassah Med-
ical organization committee in the
; United States, said that the Medi-
cal Center will consolidate Hadas-
sah's medical, clinical, diagnostic
and research facilities in Jerusa-
lem.
Designed by the prominent New ,
York architect, Joseph Neufeld,',
j the Medical Center will include a .
! 500-bed teaching hospital with;
service laboratories; a separate]
Mother and Child Pavilion for ma- j
ternity and infant care; the Rosen-!
sohn Outpatient Clinic, capable of
| handling more than 200,000 pa-
tient visits annually; the Hebrew
University Hadassah Medical
School, only medical school in Is-
rael, founded in 1949 by the He-
brew University and Hadassah;
and the Henrietta Szold School of
Nursing and Residence.
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MffS. JACK COOK
Cook, Anton
Exchange Vows
In a double ring ceremony on
Friday noon, July 1. at the Caril-
lon hotel, Miss Gelda Lee Anton
became the bride of Jack Roger f
Cook. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Antokolitz, Potts-
ville. Pa., and 1535 West ave.. Mi-1
ami Beach The groom is the son:
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cook, 1470
lGlh st.
The bride selected a traditional
wedding gown of alencon lace with
fitted bodice, scalloped neckline,
cap sleeves, and bouffant skirt of
silk organza. She carried white or-
chids, stephanotis, and uly-of-the ;
valley.
For something borrowed, she
wore a single strand of culture seed
pearls belonging to her mother.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Sol \
Lipton, the bride's sister-in-law.
Carl Lipton, brother-in-law of the
groom, was best man.
Newlywed Mrs. Cook attended
Ithaca College and Pennsylvania
State College. She majored in Eng-
lish composition.
The groom is a graduate of Mi-'
ami Beach High School, and will
continue his senior year at the Un-.
iversity of Miami engineering!
school.
Formal luncheon followed at the'
Carillon.
The couple are spending their j
honeymoon touring Florida. On
their return, they will make their
home at 3693 SW 24th ter., Miami.
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Glances Reveal
Linda's Troth
MwslXidaTIeleiiGlanceisen^
gaged. Her betrothal to Jerome C.
Rosenblatt is announced by the
bride-elect's parents. Mr. and KM.
Jess Glance, of 1244 SW 14th st.,
Miami.
Rummage Sale Scheduled
ub Picnic
The groom to be is the son of Temple Tifereth Jacob > Sister-
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenblatt, of, hood will have its regular monthly
lub of Greater Miami 2281 Coral Way, Miami | rummage sale on Thursday, July
.naual picnic on Sun-! j^ ^^ ,. lo ^ married < "^V<\""*-^'1*
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run for some 20 weeks. Parents
of seventh and eighth graders can
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Mr. and Mr*. Irving Kalman
were married Friday, July 1,
at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami. Some ISO friends and
relatives attended the recep-
tion that followed at the Rich-
mond hotel.
Rosen, Holly VoWs on Beach
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the wedding vows exchanged by
Cecile J. Holly and Marvin L
Rosen on Saturday evening, July
2, at the Saxony hotel. The double
ring ceremony took place at 7:30
p.m.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. i
and Mrs. Edward A. Holly, 6300 j
SW 62nd pi.. So. Miami. The groom'
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry)
Rosen. 1328 Euclid ave., Miami}
Beach.
Maid of honor for her sister was j
Miss Marcia V. Holly. Bridesmaids;
were Arlene Rosen. T o n i Shad.
Elaine Suchman. and Carole Good-
man and Miss Jamie Milton were'
floweY girls. Mrs. Lenore Gold-1
stein, cousin of the bride, sang.
Best man for his brother was Ar
nold Rosen. Ushers included Arbie >
Alexrod. Ira GoldJ>sch. Ken Miller,
and Sheldon Pickover. Robert
Goodman and Robert Milton were
ring bearers.
The bride chose a full length
silk chiffon gown with lace appli-
que and cathedral length train.
Her bouquet was of orchids and
lily-of-lhe-valley on a Bible.
Newlywed Mrs. Rosen is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High and at-
tended the University of Florida.
She was president of Tau Alpha
Omega, and a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority and Cavet-
ettes dancing honorary.
The groom attended Brooklyn
College, and is presently associ-
ated with Belks Dept. Stores in Mi-
ami.
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Saxony. After a honeymoon
in Nassau, the couple will be at
home at 8771 SW 20th St., Miami.
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A.nter whanged wed-
Thursday. Jane 30-
3eth Sbolom Rabbi
ah officiated at the 5
centaaoay
"he or.:* is the daugU'.er ol air
,r: Mrs Sidney Gordci. 0.4J E
lr The grooui is the
* y- and Mrs. Decaf tR-tOT,
; SO Nr: Hah. ave.
Maid r: aonor *a Ma* Sue
son Mas Goklfa: -j> best
I
tte bride chose a elk .->r?anra
ice
I -xHjquei was ai **
ricd on a Mf can-
dle.
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>m the scbo
Temple I'anerASj
The groom is a graduV* af the
I 4 Miami acJ dH L of
erf :he *t
hotel. After a *>.*->
Nassau. Use --uuj'-e
w J l;ve a: 10*6 Lenox IM Mh
aru Be
Resnicks Touring
New England
L< i Rabenow ach and
Rev** lecaded en
a =rju New
I j: the Algiers a*aM R*b-
a Malavsky officiated at
ceremony
.'o :> the daachter of
- sam Rabeaowirb. 822
.Coral Sables, chose
a f.jor length gown of chaatiuy
a Her bouo.net was of
the-valley and step*
Hatd af honor was Miss Came
e--. Brdesmaads were Misses
I tatner. Mum. nod Phyllis
Mkt Nf. York.
art Resaack was best man
:r*r Ushers included
try laaraaa, Seymour Ginsberg.
ai Mar-.y Taylor
"he orvie is a graduate of Mv-
. 5e-^>r Kith aod the I'aiver-
ti M.amL She was a Student
j:;. repre>eatative and belong
B'm. B rith Girls.
The -.-MisthesonofMr
: Mr> Philip Resnuck. 571 SW
Miami, attended Coral
tool, and tn longed
Harricanes AZA
-ptMaa followed the doable
eereaoay at the Algiers hotel
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GOTiIMAN wishes to
Weins Honeymoon
In Florida
Mrs
Friday. July 8. i960
Mu, Snady Cotxan is now
Wein. The couple ei
wedding wmm on Satur
JjIt 1. at Tiferet* ls-
Rabbi Morton
Harvey
changed
day evening
raeJ Congre station
Malavsky esfcaiated.
The bride the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Morris Cotnn. 2542 SW
26th st The groom's parents are
Mr and Mrs Meyer Wein 551 Nt
175th st. Na Miami Beach
The childhood sweethearts were
named a double rkaj candle-
bght ceremony The bride used her
grandmother* nng for the ex
change
Matron of honor for her
ir.4aw was Mrs Edward Cotnn
Maid of honor was Miss Sheila
kravrtz. Mrs. Martin Wein. sister
law of the groom and the Miss
Audrey Cotzm. Elaine Cotzm
and Lois Lein cousins of the
bnde. were bridomaids
Jerry Wein wa best man for
his brother Ushers included Ed-
mard Coujl brother of the hruc
aad Martm Wein. brother of the
groom.
Ne*rywed Mrs Wein
lin-
es
ore a
white lace bailenna-lengU> gown aj CkftrP NflW
tiered M. Dnorc nww
Temple Menorah
with sequins and pcr.-
She is a student at the I'mrer-
sity of Flonda. majonng in edu
cation, and will reeei\e her de-
gree in Andnst. 1982
The groom is in the paratroop-
er- and leaves July for semte
m Alaska. H.? majored in educa
tton at the University of Flonda.
and will complete his work Inward
a Bachelor > degree at the con-
etasaaa f has tov of c
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Ceater The couple are on
a Flonda buoeyo
Council Women
Break Ground
For Israel School
By Special Koport
NEW YORK A croup of Amer-
irtwn broke historic ground in fa.,
rael recently
Lenders of the National Council
,( Jewish Women marked the
Fourth of July weekend in Jerusa-
lem by dedicating the land on
which the new Hebrew University
Secondary School will rise They
id so in the presence of US Am-
bassador Ogden Reid. Benjamin
Mazar. Hebrew University presi-
icnt. and a distinguished audience
of Israeli educators.
Ground for the demonstration
chool buildings was broken by
Mrs. Charles Hymes. of Minneapo-
lis, national president of the
NCJW, who heads a group of 60
Council women in Israel for the
Ceremony.
In the US. Mrs. Stanley Myers,
of Coral Gables, acting pr. .ideal
of the 67-year-old women .-^uca-
tional and service orgamzatoia,
hailed the event as "the bt^.naaag
of a new decade in Israeli ad-
vancement a decade in wmck
the high schools, whose attead-
ince is not yet free or compubors,
wiD be opened to alL"
The bnUdanap for the Hebrew
accord University Secondary School,
made this uniroe educational instituti.xi u
the Middle East, are being prond-
ei by the U.S Jewish wonnn's or-
ganization through a ayecial (SOI,
000 fund-raising campaign n m be
.ng conducted by the 240 ouocil
sections throwghont the I S Sd-
uated is) the hiQa of Janttalea on
Governanent granted, land neigh
I
Form New
Zionist Body
NEW
Young Israel
Women Install
InstaQatMC of officers of the Sis-
terhood of You** Israel of Great
er Miami will take place or. Sat-
urday evening at Douia> Gardens
5246'NE 2nd ave
Installed will be Mrs Benjamin
abeam, president Mrs Murra;
Fraud, first vice president. Mr-
Joe Nwssbaum. second race press-
den:. Mrs Sam Gruea. retarding
Mr*. Ben Leraer. cor
xcreury Mrs Bubia
and Mrs Mor-
ton Kosoy. financial secretary
la charge of siormataan u Mrs.
tabert Fiakebtein
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YOBJL AnrsoamremeaT
thu week of the found
tag of Bnth Kuhanim United
States Tionnt Veterans Organixa
taon. with Louis Lspsky. veteran
leacer of American Zaoaisas, as
president
Dr Suaoo Federbash and Dr.
Samuel Margosbes are race pres
adents Others are Meyer Brown,
treasurer, and Moms Margubes.
^cretary Members of the organ-
izataoa committee of Bnth Bisho-
nim are Paul L Goldman. Bose L.
Halpnn. Babbi Mordecai Kirsh-
bhun Dr. Joseph B. Schechtaaaa
aad Bobert SaokL
Lipsky saad that "Bnth Bisho-
ausn of the United States intended
la be an association of honorary
Zionists ih) have the credentials
of mesnher.-hip tn an Amencan
Zaoets: organaataca tor at least
25 years, who cherish their expe-
rstaces with comrader who have
seea the Zaonist saoveaaeat throagh
its early years to ultimate tn
uanph. aad cexre to be members
of a frateraity an which their com-
maa historic mtmoratj may be
shared-
It is not intended to create a
new giwapsng of a party nature"
Lipsky declared The Bnth Bisao-
ntm of the United States will us-
TV North Shore Jewi-h Commu-
Ceatar will be known as Tem-
>norah from now on.
ta an announcement
week by Maurice Revur president
of the congregation.
Ac i Revitz. the change
: aaiM had been cjntemplated
M, and > )ut voted
the members of the board
jyer Abramwiu is spir-
"also disclosed pUn. for \
a Temple Menorah membership accomntadate 800 pupil,
re. which will be launced this The Secondary School, uhiek
naaer to prepare for the extra serves as the practJee-Uaching aad
facilities to members when the educational research center for
. $200,000 Community Hall will the university's Joaa Dewey Schod
be open for actmtaes of the nurs- of Education, now shares cramped.
ery school, teen-age lounges, li- inadequate quarters with other
brar> a.ult educauon programs, schools. IU pauer high and higk
plays, programs and conceru m school diviiiaaa are widely seoi-
the auditorium. rated froca each other and froe
Dav^d N Leslie. Miami Beach the John Dewey School, a Mtuaba
architect, designed the new Tern hich creates dairy difficulties
pie Menorah Recreation Center
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Friday. July 8. 1960
* Jewish n-rrHirtr
Vaq 7-B
Ck
A
arvninalu
yours,
IT us now go into some of the
more advanced techniques of
applying cosmetics. Last week,
discussed basic make-up, col-
selection, and application.
[When your husband thinks that
pu are wearing too much make-
p, you may be guilty of applying
re make-up with too heavy a
fend.
jEvery woman can create an il-
lion of having large eyes. Re-
tmber that your aduience "is
":ing at you, without the bright
firing of footlights," and you
list subdue your subtle effects.
Eyeshadow is applied before
rder. This is done so that the
der "sets" the shadow, pre-
iting it from forming lines at
folds in the eye uds. The col-
tlepends upon your dress.*and
| general color effect you are
ying out. The most popular
les are blues, greens, and
pcially now, the violet or lilac
its.
(reshadow comes either in
form or in a small moist
e. With the moist variety, you
apply it with your finger.
eyeshadow is applied from
[inside corner to the outside
^e eye. Begin with a narrow
of color close to the eye-
Hj*. As you near the outside
Hjr of the eye, blend it up-
I toward the eyebrow. This
H* an illusion of opening the
^^Hhridt

M the eyeshadow and eye-
Bker are applied from the in-
Ho tbe outer corner of the
Mt you are just beginning we
pplebctum
suggest that you draw a short,
fine narrow line from the outer
corner of the eye in an upward
sweep. This line should almost
look like another eyelash.
For the more experienced, and
to practice in private until you
have perfected the technique we
recommend that eyeUner be ap-
plied with a brush. There are sev-
eral liquid eyeliners on the mar-
ket that come with their own
brush. These are available in a
wide price range. Suggested is a
fine paint brush you can buy in
the dime store for ten or fifteen
cents. Use cake mascara, a. nd
with a little water you will soon!
learn the consistency that en-
ables you to draw a fine line.
Brushes that come with the pre-
pared liquids are usually too
thick. It is this thickness that
makes you appear to be heavily
painted.
The eyeliner should be painted
on with a very fine line, right
above the upper lashes, and im-
mediately below the lower
lashes. This also helps create an
illusion of larger eyes. Extend
the upper lash line up a trifle at
the outer corner; this makes the
eye look longer.
Do not connect the lower line
to the upper, but leave a fraction
of an inch of space in the outer
comer, again creating the illus-
ion of having larger eyes. Keep
the line a very narrow, fine form,
and draw only a small Line on
the bottom of the lash. The lower
line should never come to either
corner of the eye.

kjiASCARA may be applied with
* the metal rod that curls as
it applies the color. You may
also use a brash with either the
cake or cream mascara. The
cream type is heavier, and nfakes
your lashes- look longer and thick-'
er. Be certain your brush is clean,
and that the lashes do not stick
together. Usually they will sep-
arate if you brush them with a
clean dry brush before the mas-
cara dries. When using cake mas-
cara, you should apply two coats.
The use of an eyelash curler,
the most becoming shape of eye-
brows for you and your person-
ality, and the different shades
of bases visually to correct flaws
of nature are the detailed sub-
jects of another column. If you
are interested, please let us know.
The most important thing to
keep in mind tr-fhat fmi want
your make-up to make you look
more attractive. You are now
aware of the fact that an attrac-
tive make-up takes time and prac-
tice. Use less, and have it flatter
you, or take the time to practice
and properly apply your cos-
metics.
General Zionists
Ponder Defeat
TEL AVIV (JTA) A shrunk-
en General Zionist Party examined
at its national convention here re-
cently the causes for the shatter-
ingTdefeaflh the last general elec-
tions which put the party for the
first time near the bottom numeri-
cally among factions in the Knes-
set, Israel's Parliament.
For the first time at a General
Zionist convention in Tel Aviv, the
delegates were greeted by a mayor
not of their own party Ma-
pai's Mordechai Namir.
One goal of the convention was
to find ways of infusing new and
possibly younger blood into a par-
ty whose members have a high
average age, one of the highest
among Israel's political parties.
Peretz Bernstein, president of the
parly, said the lack of political
awareness among General Zionist
adherents was one of the reasons
for the party's collapse at the last
national election. He charged also
lhat Mapai had taken over Gener-
al Zionist ideals and had moved
away from Socialist lines in so do-
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Second in a new series of lec-
tures on "The Good Life" will be
given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. di-
rector of the Spinoza Outdoor For-
um for Adult Education, in the
gardens of the Blackstone hotel
on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
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Kitchner.
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SECOND PLOOfe. PLAN
Second iloor plan shows offices of executive department, clerical and Ijpljj.
d rector, assistant d.rec.or. comptroller, and ter hies, mimeograph and IBM department,
p ablicity department at left. Shaded portion and store rooms.
light) includes accounting and bookkeeping
After 22 Years of Service,
federation is Now at Home
Continued from Ptr IB
di moer of difficulties. Tempor-
ary partition ami offices were
-.' up. An IBM machine WSS in-
.-I. Hod. similar to those used by
Federations in Newark and D*
ti- it. ranking in faster, more ae-
i\ lie bitUng, stream-lined pro
. ililrv. and some elimination of
i. npow or.
Investigate Leads
franwhUe, the community, re
big ih.it Federations housing
pnulemi should not be permit
led to go on indefinitely, urged
.,; >ointment of a permanent
hi isinc eommittee Then aSSSgl
n< nt tli to find .i plot of land
u, >n which Federation could
i". fltuallv consfrucl a I'oinmuni
|j Agenc) building, where many
o! the .' 'wish agency offices
c Id lie housed or (1 to pur
ch.ise a permanent headquarters
u: an already existent Structure,
fh a view towards renovation,
repair an I possible future rental
ol extra space to other agencies
1 58 to 196i the new
ronmittee, headed by Stanlej C
llyers, three-times president of
Federation and national conimu
leader, investigated eeerj
rn ssible lend This .. > to be Fed-
ir.tions final mo\e" The ot
i I would be situated some
wtere in the \ii:r.Hy between
M .Arthur causeway and 3t>:h -t
in Miami, if possible
\ 'x mber IBM Fre i K
bet, publisher of The .'e;h
K' ndian, located a three stnrj
bti Irling at 1317 Biscnjmc blwi
>w Mrs, Bessemer Proper-
:i- wen interested in selling
r price S17.V000 with a 3b
pt OHM down pavrmMit. balance
MM ,itt t>> Id-year mort
Sssochel infer mad Myers
pron-ptly set the lomnutUt-
motion
he committee and its many
>mmittees went to work at
once Architect lr\m Korach and
ci IVivid Fireman went oxer
lh< structure with a fine tooth
comb The law firm of Myers.
Helmut and Kaplan dug out the
legal details, the financing form-
ulae, and cleared the way for ac-
tion
Finally, the committee's report
was ratified by the Greater Mi-
ami Jewlfeh Federation, and the
go-ahead signal was given
Federation began I960 auspici-
ously by signing the papers which
would provide it with a permu
nent headquarters building.
Funds used towards the pur-
chase of the property were not
obtained (rom njonie- raised in
the Combined Jewish Appeal, it
was explained by Heiman. but
made available trom a series of
bequests and other funds speci-
ally designated for capital ex-
penditures
CJA funds are used solely lor
operating and maintenance of
Federation's 57 beneficiaries in
Greater Miami, throughout the
United States, overseas, and in
Israel
New Location
Federation's new quarter- are
tested on an oblong-shaped par
eel of land with one corner sliced
olt lacing on Biscayne blvd
with a frontage of 42 feet The
land extends east for 275 feet to
No li.ivshore dr. and south about
BO teet There is a tJSft front
n the southwest diagonal
NF Kith st or Mac Arthur
Causeway
At the rear of the building are
parking facilities for 35 cars. A
one-way street, going east from
Biscayne is adjacent to Federa-
tion affording an eas> approach
to the parking area The parking
lot may also be entered while
driving south on Bayahore dr
The building is completely air-
conditioned. for greater efficien-
cy There are over 9.800 sq. ft
of usable space in the three story
structure The first floor includes
3.085 sq ft t h e second floor.
2.915 sq ft and the third floor
ha* 2954 sq f
Remodeling and alterations
were under the direction of Leo
ustein. chairman. Irvin Kor-
ach and David Fleeman. with Col.
William Harris supervising the
entire project Harris' gratuitous
services were instrumental in
saving Federation "a consider-
able sum of money." according to
Heiman At the recent 22nd an-
nual meeting of Federation. Har-
ris was presented with an en
graved plaque in appreciation of
ins services.
A New Phasa
The permanent headquarters
committee, headed by chairman
Myers includes the following com-
munal leaders: Sam Blank. Shep
ard Broad. Jack Carner. Leo Ei-
scnsiein. Samuel N Friedland.
Lou Goldman, lr Morris Good-
man. A. J Harris. Sam J. Hei-
man. Howard Kane. Aaron M.
Kanncr. Sidney Lefcourt. Sam C.
I.evenson. Ben Meyers. Max Oro-
vitz. David Phillips. Joseph M
Rose. Arnold Seeder. John Ser-
Greater Miami Auxiliary. Amer
can Medxal Center at Denver,
will hold its second in a series ot
summer card parties Wednesday
rveawtg at the Betmar hotel Chan-
man is Mrs Herman ScnoenfeW
I Mrs Harry Brodkin u cor hair
JO.
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Ass: has received a $100 reward
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work's the unaneia! institution, pre ifatf (MMim p._-... J
sented a check to Hernandei. wno',,,', *rtnr* PnmoM
ear: er had received a similar re Ben Kline, present of the Men
war. frowi Flagler Federal te Carlo hotel, has announced the
H.rnsndei. of 1340 VY 4th ct promotion of Charles Tnce U gen
HuleaaV had jut male a deposit leral manager of the hotel Trice
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bin Jacob Sher. Fred K Shochet.
William D. Singer, Milton Slrkm
Harold Thurman. and Mr. na
Mrs Carl Weinkle.
Four members of this commit-
tee saw Federation take shape in
May 1938 and proved their deep
devotion by spearheading the
searew -.r-the-l*-rmane#it build-
in- These founders are BlanK.
Eisenstein. Myers and Orovitz.
At last, physical facilities
have been provided which en-
ables volunteers and workers to
conduct their campaigns with
maximum efficiency." said Jo-
seph M Lipton. w io was recent-
lv named campaign chairman of
the 1901 Combine! Jewish Ap-
peal
President Heiman hailed the
Federation buUding '- ijrmbol
of human service a splendid ex-
ample of vision and community
progre-s
According to committee chair-
man Myers: "At last we have
found a home to do the kind of
job our growing community \
philanthropic needs may expect."
Executive director Arthur S.
Rosichan said: "Within this
structure reposes the hopes and
aspirations of greater Miami Jew-
Our task will be to transform
commonplace brick and mortar
into the community conscience,
to remind us of our ongoing re-
sponsibility to others leas fortun-
ate and to the city in which we
live. For. In the final anah
Federation Ls people not ma-
ferisl things." ~^mm
From its vsntsge point at the
corner of Biscayne blvd. and 13th
st. Federation's new home is
geographically at the hub of Mi-
ami's heaviest traffic flow
Statistics reveal that more than
27.000 cars traverse this intersec-
tion daily, carrying nearly 50,-
000 passengers.
Federation is literally in the
midst of Miami's lifestream. now.
Perhaps, as these thousands
move by. many will catch a
glimpse of the building "at toe
crossroads." note its dignified
architectural lines, remember the
bronze name plate st the door-
way.
And. perhaps the viewer will
know that, in Miami, the Jewish
community is just a little bit
prouder for having reached this
milestone, in making the Federa-
tion home possible.
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A corsage is yours free for the asking, and will be presented
y The Jewish Floridian to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah
| the request is addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973,
liami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Requests may be made on
[postcard, and should include the name of the Bar Mitzvah and
bte and place of the ceremony. The corsage will be forwarded
| you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the Bar
itzvah occasion.
Dnnis Ever
hen Dennis Barry Ever be-
rs Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
ng, July 9, at Agudath Is-
Hebrew Institute, his father
[officiate.
imis is the son of Rabbi and
Qsaac Hirsh Ever. Babbi Ever
ritual leader of Agudath Is-
is attends eighth grade at
i5 Junior High, and expects
uue his Hebrew studies in
York rabbinical school in
ber.
ption will follow the B a r
ceremony.
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Jeffrey Millar
VMitzvah of Jeffrey Ellis Mil-,
Hi take place Saturday morn-,
^Jy 9, at Beth El Congrega-,
rith Rabbi Solomon Schiff
png
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
liller, 1450 NW 179th tef.,
mi He is an eighth grade
tat Norland Junior High,
Bjently was honored by the
Khamber of Commerce for
outstanding scholastic achieve-
ment.
Among guests will be Jeffrey's
younger brother, Chad, and Mrs.
Anna Block, his grandmother, of
Miami.

Joseph Abromovitz
Flakier Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center was the site of the
Bar Mitzvah of Joseph Glenn
Abromovitz on Saturday morning.
July 2, with Rabbi Bernard Shoter
officiating.
Joseph it the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Abromovitz, 251 NW 33rd
ave.
Joseph was the recipient of a
Bible from the Sisterhood, a certifi-
cate of completion Of Bar Mitzvah
requirements from the Bureau of
Jewish Education, and a book on
the Sabbath as a prize for his en-
try in the Essay-Art Contest re-
cently sponsored by the Bureau.
Out-of-town guests at the Bar
Mitzvah included his paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Abromovitz; a great-uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. & Pollock;
uncle, William Cohen; aunt, Mrs
B. Goltz; and cousin, Jeffrey Goltz,
all from Pittsburgh.
Also attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Epstein, of Tampa, uncle
and aunt.
The Bar Mitzvah will he attend-
ing eighth grade at Kinloch Park
Junior High in September.

Gary Gaines
Rabbi Henry Okolica will offici-
ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Gary
Gaines on Saturday. July 9, at Con-
gregation Yehudah Moshe.
Gary is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Gaines. He is a seventh
grade student at Norland Junior
High, and attends Popiel religious
school.
Kiddush will follow the ceremony
in Gary's honor, with the Gaines
family as hosts to the congregation.

Michael Boremtein
Saturday morning services, July
9. at Congregation Monticello Park
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Michael Dale Borenstein. Rabbi
Max Lipschitz will officiate.
Michael is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Borenstein, 940 NE 176th
st. He is an eighth grade student
at North Miami Beach Junior High.
He will conduct the entire Sabbath
morning service.
Reception will honor the Bar
Mitzvah at the Coronet hotel on
Sunday evening. Out-of-town guests
will be from Madison, Wise; Chica-
go, 111.; Woodstock, 111.; and Ossin-
ing, N.Y.

Ronald Katx
Kneseth Israel Congregation will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Ronald Louis Katz on Saturday
morning, July 9. Rabbi David
Lehrfield will officiate.
Ronald is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Katz. He is an honor stu-
dent at the Hebrew Academy. He
will read the Weekly Portion of
the Torah and chant the Musaf
service.
Out-of-town guests will include
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Simon and Dr. and Mrs.
O. Cohen, of Westbury, L.I.

Mark Goldberg
Bar Mitzvah of Mark Emil Gold-
berg will be celebrated on Bator-
day morning, July 9, at Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute, with KaDDi
Isaac Ever officiating.
Mark is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford H. Goldberg, 1957 Mar-
seille dr. He attends eighth grade
at Nautilus Junior High, and is a
student at Agudath Israel religious
school.

Barry Metzger
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
Brooklyn
i Heads Alumni
By Special Report
NEW YORK Rabbi Max
Schenk. spiritual leader of Con-
gregation Shaari Zedek, Brooklyn,
N.Y., and chairman of the exec-
utive committee of fhe- New York-
Board of Rabbis, has been elected
president of the Alumni Assn. of
Hebrew Union College Jewish In-
stitute of Religion.
Graduates of the College Insti-
tute lead Liberal congregations
throughout the U.S. and Canada,
and in many countries abroad.
Rabbi Schenk, who has been
I serving the Association as rt
vice president, succeeds Rabbi
Stanley R. Brav, of Temple S:io-
lom, Cincinnati. O., in the presiden-
cy. Rabbi Schenk, a 1928 gradu-
ate of the New York School of
HUC JIR, is a formed president of
the Brooklyn Board of Rabbis and
the Brooklyn Assn. of Reform Rab-
bis.
He is a member of the board of
governors of the College-Institute.
In 1954, the College Institute
awarded him an honorary Doctor
of Divinity degree.
will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah follow Saturday evening at the
of Barry Metzger on Saturday j Center,
morning. July 9. Guest Rabbi Na-
than Zwitman will officiate.
Barry is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Metzger. He is a student at
Horace Mann Junior High.
Out-of-town guests will include
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Baden, of East Rockaway.
N.Y.; uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Baden. Flushing, NY; and
Mrs. Fannie Laub, his grandmother,
of Miami Beach.
Reception in Barry's honor will
Steven Dossick
Steven Edward Dossick will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, July 9. at Agu-
dath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rab-
bi Isaac Ever will officiate.
Steven is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Jules J. Dossick, 933 79th ter.
He attends ninth grade at Nautilus
Junior High, and is a student at
Agudath Israel religious school
Reception in his honor will fol-
low the services.
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TrUej. July 8. I960
This starring trio leads the league in songs and laughs to
Owen Phillips' current production oi the musical smash hit.
"Damn Yankees." now at the Coconut Grove Playhouse
through July 17. From left axe Den Penny, who plays the
devil." Sylvia Shay as "Lola." and Tom Raskin, cast as Joe
Hardy. There are 35 singers and dancers in the cast of the
musical, which is presented nightly at 8:30 except Monday,
with matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 1:30.
Gershwin Program
At Pops Concert
Here Sunday Eve
Franz Allors. versatile conductor
cf symphony, opera, operetta and
for the past four years director of
the Broadway musical hit. My
Fair Lady." mounts the Pops pod-
ium Sunday evening for the annual
musical tribute to George Gersb-
win by the University of Miami
Summer Symphon>
Alton, who has just returned
from a succe-stul Russian tour di-
recting 'My F.ur Lady." will lead |
the Summer Symphony in the sra-
son" fourth Pop concert at Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Soloists with Alters will bt
Kenneth Smith, young bass-bari
ton* who won ravo notices hare
last season for his vigorous por-
trayal of W o t a n in the Sym-
phony's prsntarion of Wagner's
".Niboluno Ring," and pianist
Ntortorto Mitchell.
Smith w ;11 sing two >ongs from
Gtrsliu .r.'v opera "PorgJ and
Be.-s." "It Alnl Necessarily So"
and 1 Got Plenty of Nuttin '." Two
more vocal offerings by the young
baritone include "They Can't Take "
That Away from Me" and "Em-;
brace able You."
Miss Mitchell will perform
Gershwin s Piano Concerto in K"
and the familiar Rhapsody in
Blue The Summer Symphony Or-
ri in two more Gershwin favorites .
Strike I'p The Band" and "An
Amencan in P..n^
While directing "My Fair Lady"
throughout the major cities of the
Soviet I'nion 1 a s i nu.nih, Allers
was invited by Kus-ian cultural ot-
ficials to be a guest conductor of
the Kiev Symphony Orchestra. He
won cv Russian concert goers and music
cntics for an outstanding cunduc-
t< rial performance.
Smith has appeared with moM
of the major orchestras in itii>
country and broad, both in re
cital and in opera His perform-
ances in opera include lending
rain n Die Walkure "La Bo-
iomf." Tosca.'" "Don Carlo." and
"Li ''.."
fin Mitchell who will be mak-
ing her initial appearance hen
a r..i:r.. of ChartotteaviUc Va. A
prrxiuet of the Juilliard School of
Audience Raves
At First Night
'Damn Yankees'
A wildly applauding first-nipht*
audience shouted bravos as the
final curtain rang down on the
Damn Yankees" Tuesday night at
the Grow Playhouse.
Owen Phillips has his work cut
out to top this superbly-directed,
smoothly produced and excellently
cast musical during the balance of
the summer season. From the op-
ening orchestration conducted by
Les Rhodes to the finale, the pro-
duction was a sheer delight. i.
one that Miami theatre gOSH
should not miss.
The storyline, built around "the
year the Yankees lost the pen
nant." and the baseball fan who
told himself to the devil to make
it possible, is so familiar that fur-
ther comment is unnecessary.
Don Penny, as Applegate. and Syl-
via Shaw, as Lola, played their
hearts out. Ml did the entire cast
The beautiful voices of Tom Ras
kin. Wilton Clary and Salwa Mer
rife, singing the many hits of this
most tuneful of musical comedies,
was enthusiastically received by
the audience as was the excellent
choreography. Bob White, as Van
Buren. team manager of the
"Washington Senators." were show
stoppers in their comedy routines
A word to Miamians who saw the |
original cast on Broadway, and to i
those who ' don't miss Owen Phillips' pro- j
iduction of Damn Yankees"; it suf-
; fers not at all by comparison.
Sal me Thompson
A jealous Judy Holiday is burned up at the embrace given
Dean Martin by Nancy Walters in this scene bom "Bells are
Ringing." the sparkling film Torsion oi the Broadway musical
hit, now in its second week at the Carib, Miami and Miracle
Theabes.
M
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oft
Dentists Hcnor Colleagues
Grtattr Miami chapter of Alpha
Omega dmlal fraternity recently
installed otficers at an all-day and
evening affair at the Diplomat
Country Club in Hollywood. Install-
ed as president was Dr. HaroM
Friedman, succeeding Dr. Event
Rlasberg. who was honored with i
plaque at 'Outstandins Prater'
Also presented with a plaque f
"Outstanding Service" for 195941
was Dr. Murray Smith.
there's more of everything at
BROWN'S
Donovan Works Showing
The works of Laurence Donovan.
artist and Ulustrator, are now on i
display at the Coconut Grove
Branch of the Greater Miami Fed-
anl Savings and Loan Assn.. 3059
Grand ave. Donovan, whose one-
man show will be featured at the ',
Coconut Grove Branch through
July 15. recently won the first Nat-
alie Baskin Gallery Competition at
a showing held in Coconut Grow
Appointment oi Edward F.
Busch to the research staff oi
National Children's Cardiac
Hospital has been announ-
ced by Dr. Milton S. Saslaw,
director oi medical research
for the local charity hospital
devoted exclusively to the di-
agnosis and treatment oi
rheumatic heart disease in
children. A bacteriologist and
microbiologist. Busch did his
graduate work at John Hop-
kins University, and has been
on the stall oi North Shore
Hospital. Manhasset. L.I. He
comes to Miami bom St. Fran-
cis Hospital. Roslyn. L.I..
where he was bacteriologist
m charge. Busch is a mem-
ber of the Society oi Amer-
ican Bacteriologists and the
Society for General Micro-
biology.
Mask, she recently appeared nh,
Andre Kustelanetz and the Berlin
Philharmonic.
Annual Picnic Sunday
Jewish War Veterans. West Mi
ami Post 223, and Auxiliary will
hold their annual picnic at Cran-
I don Park. Pit 3. on Sunday begin-
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Joseph Co* and Murray Dron^k>
Proceeds are for the post's work
I at the VA Hospital in Coral Gables.
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"Jiniifflcridiafi
Page 11-B
Shugerman,
\a\ Counsel,
at 42
""*rr .Mfl St**
Juis Shugerman. 42!
1 for the Southern Division
Fair Stores, Inc., an author
ormer university professor,
|ied Friday. July 1. of a heart
He lived at 10200 E. Bay
dr., Bay Harbor Islands.
Shugerman had been a resi-
Df Miami since 1952. when he
here to take a position as
pate professor of law at the
sity of Miami. He joined
fair in 1958.
five of Neley, Ala., he at-
I Birmingham Southern Col-
j ni graduated from the Uni-
of Alabama. He received
IBA at Louisiana State Uni-
waa an alumni scholar
fan* University, received an
[at Stanford University, and
&LM dagre* at the University
sconsin.
tfore coming to Miami. Mr.
pan was a teaching fellow
Hpe^ administration at Lou
Slate University, assistant
Bor of economics at Duke
Hlity. and an associate pro-
at Western Reserve Univer-
V's a CPA in Wisconsin and
B, a member of the Alabama
Hky and Florida Bar. and
Hen admitted to practice he-
ft U.S. Supreme Court. Mr.
nan was the author of sev-
Licles and two books, "Ac-
for Lawyers" and "Busi
thers, a sister and three grandchil-
dren. Mervlees were Apr. 25 at River-
side Memorial Chapel, Normandy
mm.
WILLIAM OOLOBERO
62, of 10i5 NW Zlat ct ..... Apr -3.
Hr wax founder and op.ratot of the
Matavla I ins Harness* Kaelng
Track, New York, and other traik*.
Inelud.UK tr.i Sh. nandoah Da
TWa, "***>** Town. \v. v. Bar*
vKlng are hla wife, Mary, boo, Harry;
two on tai ikrei and two
eran<'
at Gordon funeral Home.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ClGAL NOTICE
Retired as a commander in
P.S. Naval Reserve fellow-
Kid War II, in which ha
i/blic relations officer and
rsar far the U.S. Mar-
rine. He belonged to
>1 Beach Civic League,
Psi, Pi Gamma Mu,
fa Epsiloo and B'nai B'rith.
ugerman is survived by
nts, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Shu-
of Birmingham, Ala.; two
Mrs. Ann Rose Taylor, Los
' Calif., and Mrs. Ida Ruth
Tuscaloosa, Ala.; and
T, David N. Shugerman,
were held in the River-
andy Isle Chapel. Dr.
hrman, of Temple Emanu-
ted.
IUR KEITH PATHMAN
de realtor, died July 1. He
S12 88th M. Mr. Pathman
^k 14 year* ago from Chicago,
and realtor, he was a mem-
^gV Miami Beai-h It. aid of
AU SHUGEKMAN
Roa'tors, Surfside and\ Hay Harbor
Chamber of Comnnt.*, Tau Bpsllon
I'hi fraternity, and a ,-aptaln In the
Perfi I'ow.r Squadron. II.
waa a number of Temple Kmanu-K!
rv,vioi* include hi* wife. Hetty; two
daughters l.iaa an' Mary Ellen, his
parent*. Mr and Mr*. Henry Path-
nan, two brothi r*. I,a-e and Jark. and
ter, M: Hanlett Sylvan. Se>v-
. July 3 :.t liiver*ide Me-
Ni-rmandy l*le, with
bjr'al In .Vi N< bo Cent U r.
LOUIS MEYERS
60. of 1668 West ave.,' died suil.l.nly
Jun< 11. A resident h-. 20 j
he came originally from Chicago. He
wa* ev.n> i >i Kcjii ler i
S'irvi do hla wife, Gertrude;
on, Jeaiy. two daughters. Mm Ml -
Ired Smith end Mr* Mavl* Hamilton
brothers, Charles. Ben. Irving and
Robert; and * life member of Temple Emanu-
>! Hebrew
Academy. K'r.al B'rith, ami til
i"'inmerclal Traveler* Assn Sei
" re June 13 at (iordon Funeral Home,
with burial In Mt. NelK> Cemetery.
JOSEPH L EBER
47. ev m r nf a Miami fulajran'. died
June It. He lived at 1197 Marseill- '
in ai i "i-' live secretary
of ihe Florida Cafe Owaen Aeaa "
ame here nine year* ago from Pl'.ts-
. I'a to rrtJ-Di.' IM I'innei Key
Audltorljm re*tautant He also served
a* president of the Cushman hakim
Co., of a bleb h. wa* a part owner. He
wa* a former executive aeoretai > ol
the Miami Variety Club, and belon-ced
to the Pittsburgh Variety Club before
moving here. Surviving are hi* Wife.
Hilda, parents, two sons, and a grand-
Mid. Services were June 32 In Iltt*-
burgh, with Newman Funeral Home
In charge of local arrangements.
JULIUS MASMLAM
JTof 150 Jefferson ave.. died June 20.
He came here 13 years Mio from Ba'll-
more. Surviving are his wife. Rose: a
daughter, Mrs. Cella Brmna; and a
son. Services were In Baltimore, with
Riverside Memorial Chapel In charge
>f local arangenients.
MRS. MARTHA R. RANTER
'4. of 7210 Wayne ave.. died Apr. J4.
She came here 24 years ago from
Philadelphia. Bhe was a member of
Hadasaah. Surviving- are her hus-
band, Louis; son, Joseph; daughter,
Mr*. Joan M. We (annum: two bro-
gg*e
torn
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SAVINGS AMD LOAN ASSOCIATION
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO' KEBY GIVEN that
the underatgned, desiring to engage In
I business trader'the factitious nai
, K at l: .M1KII"K A. OUASH COMPANY
in >1 N .'- lal Av< Miami, F tend register *a.d name with
Cierk of the fir.-uit Court of Dade
Count/, K|o;Irln.
CHAHI.KS FRIEDMAN
MAR."H.\I.I. IK -SKNr KI.I>
HAROLJi si l.i'.MI K
Ittorne) li 0 Blaeayne Blvd.
_________________________7/-li-82-l>
notice bv publication
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county, in chancery
NO. 60C 341
M JANK'i; BARKER,
Plaintiff,
v*.
CUgFORD liAKKBR,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To CUFFORD BARKER, Uefendant
Kei-ider.'-e 1'nkonvMi
YOU ARK HERBBT NOTUTIED that
a Hlli of Complaint for EH voice ha
been filed against you, and you
required to sarva m copy of your An-
or Ple.-.ding to the BUI of Com-
pliiiol on the pla.ntlfr* Attorney,
James J. Mi Vi W mi Fl
Street, Miami :if,. Flor.da, and file the
original Answer or Plead na In the of-
iir. i ;he C:erk ol the Circuit I
in I960. If you fall to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken aga I
for the relief demanded In the Hill of
Ci mulalnt.
DONE \M> i RDaUtBD at Miami.
Fli rid,i. ih fith day of .
19*0.
LESATTUDRMAN, CI( rfc.
:it Court, Dade C ntj
seal) I PEUAND,
itj Clerk
__________________________7 l-l-.-Zl-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No OC 6230
RUTH i. :. ii ..M.
Plaintiff.
n
ERW1N A PUK'M.
Defend..nl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ERVYIN \ rim M
146L'<> Hunaet Hojievard
Pacific rallsad.s. California
Tou. EF1WIN A BLOOM, *:r h.
notified that an Action For Annul-
ment has been filed against you, and
you are required to ser\e a copy of
your Answer or Pleadings to the Hill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs attor-
ney. LEONARD H RLL1N. Metropol-
itan Bank Building, Mian,I tS, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Phiid-
Ings In the office of the Clerk of the
""Ire ilt Court on or before the Mh Jay
of August, i960. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thia 30th day of June, 1M0.
B. B. USATHEKMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County Court House
Miami. Florida
(seal) By: N A HEVVKTT.
it> Clerk
TlS-IK-tt-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
VN CHANCERY
No. S0C C5
MAlJfllK Wil.l.JAMti,
Plaintiff.
- v *.
MAMS,

NOTICE TO APPEAR



nplalnl f
AVID


t on or
taken i n!
P1 1st day '
1860.
K l."sTH'-i: VI s
K. V I.TM \.N
Deput) clerk
1 DA\ MAN
! Avenue
.' I da
NOTICE UNDER I
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEB1 GIVEN thai
-lUie In
bi*l- r Ihi fictitious name ol
> .1, BT< iRE No. !' at 7"0 N W
Tilth Street, Miami, Florida intend ti
register said name with the cle(k of
Jh Cireuil i i -tarn
Floi
JOHN B \NM IN
FLORENCE BANNON
KEKBLER, CARS & IdlTH
ants
tfM %M ..i
7/-i-a n
notice under
f.ctitious name law
N< FtBBY GIVEN that
th. eslrlna to t ngasa In
ness under the fictitious nan
FRKl'UVN APARTMENTS al M An
tills, Coral Cable* Intend* to ri Klster
said n:.me with tlie Clerk of tbi '"n-
cult
KREDKRIi' R" "SENTHAL,
Sole tfwner
7 -;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I IS IIKKK.HY .GIVEN
th. undersigned, d.-siting to
business under the flctltloue nam
GARDEN OF EATIN i If) r E
btieet, Mianii. Florida intend to
Ister naid name with the ("Jeik ot
n-e* I'Hd i i,saiiT?a*i..i
RERYL MARGO
JOYCE MARGO
^ \i:i N M KANNBR
I'.ldg.
Miami 32. Fla.
Mrornej f-t- Beryl Mat-go
and Joyce Manro
7/1-K-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIi 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the under*igned, de^ir)ng to enaaae in
l.uKin.-,* under the fictitious name ol
!! H XRRY HA1RDR .ir..
ave., Coral lablea, F",a.. In-
tends t. register said name *i:h the
clerk of the c.r.-ult Court of Da4<
County. FI.iy da
WfHKfi TROTTA,
imner
D STRI'MfF
Attorn.y for Applicant
t>9 Bis. syne Kidg.
lu.t
Jfc
')ie
i 5C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 6F
OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 1573
'i>;A MARIA CORDOVEH
HERNANDEZ, I'lalntlff,
v. x
i El RO HERNANDEZ CAI.l I
Iiefenilaut.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, l-BDIto HERNANDEZ GAL-
i.ECO, address unknown, an required
to file your i.nswer to the complaint
Itvorce with the Clerk of I
and servi a copy thet........n
Qlno P Negrettl, Attorney. ||"I|1
Congress Building, Miami, Florida, on
fore August 1. i960, or ehx i-qfn-
plalnt will be taken as oonfi
I>st. ii hi 23rd day of Jui :: >.
\THERMAN. clerk
Couit, 1 -iid. i ,,i rii i.la
tseal) Bit K M. I.YMAN,
I >'put> lerk
7/1-8-1-.-2J
IN COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 4773-C
RE: F7STATE i
ISAAC Hi >r F.MAN
I '1 i eased
NOTICE OF INTENT ON TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- berebj glvea that I have
filed my final tep.rt aid
Final Dis~> \C HOFFMAN d<
and that on the 1st day of August.
160, I win api ll. norab".
II
Dade y, y ,,r i a. fi
said t nnd for final dlf-
tate of
\N, .:.------
This 30th day .
MILTON R MANNHEIMER
KOVNER \ MANNHEIMER
Vtto:r
7/a-i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 50C3I-C
I V MARC1 S,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al' Creditors snd All Pemoni Hav-
ing Claims or i You are' hereby n.itlf'ed and re-
::ms and de-
mand* \> maj have nralnst
the et .te ol
eaaaa Dade Ci rida.
nlv
and file tin same
'a, w th'ri etht .-alernlsr
he date of the first i
Hoatlon hereof, or the same will be
ITK SAR1.FF
a* Exe. ..trix of the Estate.
Attorney
l?0 Llnrnln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
T/8-16--
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA
IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 6109
GRACE CA8ALE SIM KI.KTT1,
itlff.
vs.
DANIEL 8P1 RHETTI.
I H fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DANIEL BPrRDETTI
5ft Sprlni- Mtref
New York. New Y,,rk
YOU ARE HBREl:Y NOTIF1EH
that a Divorce Complaint has been
filed against you. You are req lh-< <1 t'
file your answer to said Com-da In-
serve a copy Uier. of upon Herman T.
Isls. Planilffs attorney u:, Ma.ieiia
Avenue. Coral Gables. Florida, on or
before the 2th day of July, A.D. U60.
otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated at Miami. Dade County. Flor-
ida, this 29th day of June, \ D 196U
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk or the circuit Court
(seal) By: N A. HEWITT.
Deputy Clerk
7/1->
.N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN'AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 4MS2C
IN RE: Estate of
JAMES KRA88IN
Dec* a*ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or I-emand* Against Said
Estate:
a< h of you are h. r-hy
red i" preeenl a/iy
claims and demands which yo I
r of SOU, may have against die
'estate of JAMES KKA.-'SIN ill r|
'a'e .f I ..|e County. K'loli'l... to tie
H norabli County Judges of Hi le
ity. and Hie the same In ta ir
County <"orthou*,' in
ity. Florida, wlth.n :i ii the dat< I Oie
I r .-.. id el iiiis
tain the legal .fl-
.imant and to t sworn
I presented a* aforesaid, ot .- will 1 See Section of
:h. A.I>
SI IPHIE KRASSIN, Ai I it nx
ol the Last Will and Testar
JAMES KRAK81N, Heceascd.
EPMAN
Attorneyi .nix.
407 Bisco I .ilng
Miami. Florida
tit*. 1 '1 H-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslgmd. deMrlng !> encage In
business under the fictitious nam. i '
PROFESS NAI. REAl V at 4206
N w Tta I Miami it.
wi-h th. ''le- k i
ner
' ff l:N5f
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1
Allan i 1
. f Pade
county
JACK RI

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C S723
CI-OKJA BARBARA SHULL,
Plaintiff,
Kli" '. IKK Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO EKMA1. LEE SHULL
Route S
.Freeport, Ohio
YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill 6T Complaint for IHvotfce
has been filed against you, and
are required to serve a copy of ys
Answer to the BUI of Complaint
the I'lalntlff s attorneys, VON ZA!"
ASH KRAVITZ, 1312 Metropolii
Bank Building. Miami 32. Fl. rida,
file the original Answer In the of
oi the Clerk of the Circuit Court
or before the 22nd day of July, It
i fail to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief sought In the Bill of Cojn-
pl.ilnt.
.' a1 V ami. Da.ie Count v. '.
~ Mi day of June. 1960.
K. I LEATHERN
( lerk of the Circuit Court
(sea.1) xl i:\
Deputy Clerk
I, 7 1 15
NCTICE UNDER
ICTITOUS NAME LAW
Ni

P K
rame wttl
da.

IVIN I \\
ney for Applicant
ding
T/l-l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA 'M PROBATE
No 50,600
IN RE: Estate ol "
JAi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands .Against
Estate.
You are hereby notified and required
caent any
i may hac. tate
of .1
of Lade C
Judt
same In
rida,
wfthin eight caltAd r months fron
date of the I
or the **
EVI : Aa
ast Will
REN t. O
iing
ida
7/1-'
N THE C RCUITCOURT OF THE
E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 5705

i II.
NOT'CE EY PUBLICATION
T EUTHI I! K H1RSCH
\ i-nue
York
I 8THER K. HIRsi H. are
hat a Bill ot Cofn-
\\ roe has been l
! aarauai I you are r. Quiri
*. \ cad-
on the
II
N, Metropolitan Bank ituiidlng,
Ida, and file tne ortg-
Inawei or Pleadings n t i< .>rnce
of the .lerk of the Circuit Court on or
Had day of July. IMS If
ail to do v,., judanii ault
v. II he tak.n against you foi the re-
lli f demanded in the Hill of Complamt.
IX" i-l'.I'ERED at Miami.
Florida, this 16th dav of June, 1S>.
LEATHERMAN.
k of the i ourt
Dade County Court House
Miami, Florida
(seal) C I. ALEXANDER,
Deputy Clerk
6/:'4. 7/1-*,-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N
i ,ng to eti*ra.
of
K at B( ijne
t Miami, Florida Intend to
.id name with ihe i.'lerk of
of Dade County,
da.
EI>IJtN IA> PIANO
mts
r St.
Miami, Florida
%/U, 7/1-1-IS
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