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

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

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

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Oewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWIiH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
B 33 Number 29
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 15, 1960
Two Sections Price 20
vine Corps Ousts
)llower of Rockwell;
mity Issue Explored
pNGTON-(JTA)-The Marine Corps this week dismissed a
Ronx private who had been a member of George Lincoln Rock-
IIK;aIIed American Nazi party shortly after the question of
[ Rockwell is legally sane was raised at a hearing in municipal
)avid M Shoup, Marine
Jarrt, ordered a "general
for 22-year-old Pfc.
Patsalas. an administra-
Hk at the Marine Corps
t Quantico. Va. The for
fctains the phrase "under
^B conditions." but it is not
hie discharge. Gen. Sheup
Hfer a regulation permit
Charge of enlisted persons
tns of unsuitability."
pction apparently was
Bed by widespread pretests
ecfcwell had boasted re-
ly that he had "recruited"
to for his anti-Semitic
I Patsalas had been arrss-
fee Shore Parrel but had
eased after questioning.
Vine Cerps subsequently
Mies had dene nothing
Hlld thit the American
y was net en the U.S.
I General's list ef sub-
a goniiatiom, although
Vatic* Department, attar
Kpf formal complaint* bar
m$h and organizations.
did start an investigation ef
Rockwell and his group.
The question of Rockwell's sound-
ness of mind was raised by Clark
Continued en Page I A
ABC AlONOVrrZ
... respected civic leader
Abe Aronovitz Succumbs
In Miami at Age of 61
One of Miami's most influential. causes and ideals in which he be
and respected leaders, Abe Arono-1 lieved.
vitz, died Monday. The former
Mayor of the City of Miami suc-
cumbed to a blood ailment at the
age of 61.
Elected to the office in 1953, he
resigned from the city commission
two years later on the advice of
his doctors, who feared for his
weak heart.
But if the colorful leader was
frail in body, he was powerful, de-
termined and outspoken for the
gne Attorney Says He's
lling to Defend Eichmann
MAC ONDItS ARGENTINE DILEMMA
PAGC It A
(JTA) A Co-
ey who defended many
Iders in the Nuremberg
losed this week he had
defend Adolf Eichmann.
fmurder specialist, at his
g trial in Jerusalem.
arney. Robert Servatius,
Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
made the offer in a let-
week ago to Pinhas Ros
Minister of Justice.
not yet received word
irael authorities consider
ible," he added. "There
question of whether I
nann's approval."
irney refused to a a y
who had angagod his services for
Eichmann but ho emphasized
that he was not commissioned by
either a Government institution
or a public organization. He ex-
plained that ho had "offered" to
assume Eichmann's defense "not
for political but for purely legal
reasons.
"This is purely a question of pro-
tecting the legal rights of the in-
dividual," he declared.
Long active both in the Jewish
and general communities, Arono
vitz was born in New York City,
but wes virtually a native ef Key
West, where he jrew up A gred
uate ef Stetson University in
Da I and in 1919, Aronovitz later
moved to Jacksonville. In 1922,
ha came to Miami.
Nik Continues
Sale of Arms
To Arab Lands
By CUSTAVE HERZOG
JTA Staff Correpsondent
VIENNA (JTA) Nikita S. Khrushchev said here, winding up a
nine-day visit, that the Soviet Union will continue to send arms to the
Arab countries, and particularly, the United Arab Republic, because
some Western countries are continuing to rearm Israel.
He told a press conference before*---------------------------------------------"
concluding his state visit to this I
country that the Arab States need-1
ed arms to protect their "positive j
neutrality" in view of the "aggres- i
live intentions" of the Western
Powers.
The Soviet leader asserted that
he proposed to the Western Pow-
ers to step all arms shipments
to the Middle East but, he claim-
ed, the West only wanted to
Mock Soviet shipments without
halting their own arms ship-
ments to Israel.
The Soviet Union, he argued,
thus was compelled to give sup
port to countries in the Near East
in order to preserve the balance of
power.
The Soviet dictator became sar
castic when asked by a correspon-
dent what Israel could do to im-
prove relations with Moscow. He
snapped back that he could not ad
vise Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion, since he believed that Ben-
But defeat seemed unable to dull Gurion neither sought his advice
his sharp sense of civic responsi-' nor would be pleased by that ad-
bility. With a sense of ease and of vice if it were given him.
jeing born to the job of leadership, He made n0 reference to repat.,
Aronovitz espoused public causes attempts by Premier Ben-
of a worthy nature, however un- ,;urion to visit Moscow and meet
popular, appearing before city and with him.
.-ounty meetings, as well as at open Mr. Khrushchev was infuriated
His political career began in
Jacksonville, where he ran for city
council and was defeated. Arono-
vitz later sustained defeat in Mi-
ami, where he ran four times for
city commission and once for the
State Legislature.
Continued on Page 16-A
Continued en Page 6-A
Ben-Gurion Raps Fulbright
Report on Refugee Status
JERUSALEM(JTA)Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion criticized
CRITICAL OF SUEZ CANAL BLOCKADE
NCIAC LISTS PREFERENCES PACE 11-A
II
|y Direct Teletype Wire
JGELES A Democratic
(ailing for measures to al-
Arab-Israel situation
ited Tuesday by chair-
ter Bowles of the corn-
resolutions and platform
official platform and
ted by the Democratic
Ivention.
Middle East we will
jarantees to insure in-
for all states. We will
The attorney, who defended
among other Nazis, Fritz Sauckel, .,
the Reichs Comissar for Forced ItbJS week recent report by Sen J W Fulbright. Arkansas Democrat,
Labor, asserted that he had never !on ^ status *the Arab refugees. The Prime Minister made his corn-
been a member of the Nazi party. | rnent in replying to a motion offered by the right-wing Herat for a full de-
He said "I was a common soldier bate in the Knesset on the report. Sen. Fulbright visited both Cairo
throughout the war." I and Jerusalem on a Middle East tour last May.
The Prime Minister denied the)
statement that press censorship
prevailed both in Israel and the I
United Arab Republic, asserting
that the press in Israel had full and
uncensored freedom. He chal-1
lenged the Senator's figure of one j
million Arab refugees.
>te said that statistics proved
about 500,000 Arabs had lived
within me a rear which now com-
prises the Jewish State. Ho add-
! od that 100,000 of these Arabs
| stayed put when the Arab invas-
ion ef Israel was launched and
that another 30,000 Arabs were
subsequently repatriated in Is-
rael's family reunion project.
The Prime Minister said that Sen.
! Fulbright, chairman of the power-
ful Senate Foreign Relations com-
UAR Denies
Israel Charge
Of Aggression
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
The United Arab Republic denied
this week Israel charges of renew-
ed military activity along the Syr-
ian-Israel border and charged in
turn that Israel "has committed
no less than 259 aggressive acts"
in the area since the start of this
year.
The UAR denial and counter-
charge was contained in a letter
submitted to the Security Council
by Omar Loutfi, permanent rep-
resentative of the UAR at the Unit-
ed Nations. He asked that the let-
ter be circulated among all mem-
bers of the Security Council, as Mi-
chael S. Comay, Israel's permanent
representative, had also done in
reference to Israel's complaint on
July 1.
The UAR letter said that the
UAR did not wish to discuss Is-
rael's charges "because an in-
vestigation is being carried out"
by the Israel-Syrian Mixed Arm-
istice Commission "and so far
no decision has been taken by
this body." The letter added that
the Israel charges were "base-
less since the facts have not been
established."
The UAR representative assert-
ed that "the allegation by Israel
that there is concentration of Unit-
ed Arab Republic troops in the
Syrian-Israeli border area is total-
Continued on Pi
7-A
)os Eye Middle East Tensions
encourage direct Arab-Israel peace
negotiations, the resettlement of
Arab refugees in lands where there
is room and opportunity for them,
an end to boycotts and blockades
and unrestricted use of the Suez
Canal to all nations."
The platform called for contin-
ued economic aid to Israel and the
Arab states.
The ptetform noted Soviet arms
shipments to the Arab states and
ok pre seed opposition to an arms
race while calling for efforts to
prevent an imbalance in the rel-
ative military strength of Israel
and the Arab states.
The platform also noted foreign
discrimination against American
citizens on a religious basis such
as that practiced by the Arab
states. A pledge was made to im-
plement the congressional amend-
ment calling on the President to
oppose discrimination by foreign
Continued on Page 8-A
Continued on Page 9-A
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Shekel Campaign Launched in US
spathic General Hospital board of directors grants Arkin
Btruction Company the go-head for erection of the new
Miami Beach 106-bed hospital. Shown above are Nor-
Arkin, of the company, discussing the contract with Sam
Hilman, construction consultant for the hospital, while Ber-
H Marder. auditor, looks over their shoulders, and Dr. Wil-
^k S. Currie, board chairman, and Mayor Dan Diefenbach
beet the hospital renderinq. To be located at NE 167th st.
f47th ave., the hospital will be completed within eight
Laying of the foundation is scheduled in the next 60
wish Agency Tells Plans
ir Five Zionist Confabs
|TA By Direct Teletype Wire
JSALEMThe Jewish Aeen-
tecutive disclosed Tuesday
or five regional Zionist Con-
i to be held this fall in prep-
for the 23th World Zionist
in Jerusalem "next De-
| regional gatherings will in-
an American Zionist Con-
previously announced for
17. The other assemblies will
in Argentina at the end of
for South America, one
j in September in Italy for
French and Italian-speaking Euro-
pean countries, one in the middle
of September in Holland for Eng-
lish, Dutch and German-spe.:
Europeans, and one in Mexico in
early October for Central America.
The executive also decided to
propose the holding of a General
Zionist Council meeting at the end
of October in Jerusalem to make
final arrangements for the World
Zionist Congress agenda and for
participation in it of non-Zionist
organizations.
INSURED SAVINGS
NEW YORKZOA Rededication
Day was observed here in further-
ance of the nationwide sale of the
Herzl Shekel in preparation for the
forthcoming World Zionist Con-
gress, in a joint proclamation is-
sued by Abraham A. Redelheim,
president of the organization, and
Max Bressler, national chairman
of the ZOA Shekel campaign.
A goal for the sale of over 500,-
000 ZOA Herzl Shekafim for the
Congress, which is scheduled to
open in December, 1960 in Jerusa-
lem, was set as a public demon-
stration of the ZOA's role in the
world Zionist movement and a
force in the American Jewish com-
munity.
Design* tiny ZOA R dedica-
tion Day, all Mo ZOA regions
and district* throughout the
country wore called upon
to concentrate tfwir efforts dur-
ing that day "to tho enlistment
of vast numbers of now Shekel
registrants to join tho million*
Of Jows everywhere who will
purchase the Shekel as a symbol
of their support of tho Star* of
Israel and tho Zionist ideal."
ZOA Rededication Day saw
thousands of Zionist volunteers
canvass. Jewish homes and public
gathering places for the enroll-
ment of Shekel registrants under
the ZOA banner.
In the proclamation, the ZOA
leaders point out the importance I
of the Shekel this year when the
centennial of the birth of Theodor
Herzl is being universally ob-
-erved.
The concept of Jewish unity,
propounded by the founder of the
Zionist movement is the essence
of the Zionist ideal. We can effec-
tuate this ideal by the sale of Shek-
alim to every Jew in our com-
munity, thus showing to ourselves'
and to the world at large the unity
of the Jewish people."
The proclamation continues:
'Through the current Shekel
i campaign millions of Jewish men
' and women throughout the world
' are voicing their solidarity with the
| heroic efforts of Israel to assure
it* continued peaceful develop-!
ment
"In the spirit of our traditional j
ilove of freedom and liberation. Shekel a"s a symbol of our people-'
I we call upon all Zionists to pro- faith in the historic mission in the
mote, on this ZOA Rededication j State of Israel and in the fulfill'
Day, the sale of the ZOA Hendi ment of the Zionist Ideals."
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Friday. July 15. 1960
20 Teas S7
Platforms Fade Away
Much is being mode of the National Cobv
inanirr Resaoons Advisory ry^f-fl ssaternenl
die psawnrat conxmratoe af the Democratic
Party, which tnet thai week m Lee Angeles to
rcrr;r*ne a Presidential and Vice Presadeatial
candidate in the Noveniber esscnoas.
Other argaaisatiocs and mow ideal* of
taadnble stcenre ciso appeared before the com-
aottee. or issued weighty mernoranda to be
lakes under rrwJmrT:n in the ionnuiatioa of
e Deeaocrcac Party i960 psctfera.
Tese *ce argenxnxxtioas ^"^ individuals
w-Jl repeat uie icsks feey have set far tbesv
ecves when the Republican Party meets far a*
I* j ^fc* ei*nMOB HU4 SBOKDaL J*
they ore to be rcccmeadecL
TheNCHAC wrrtemeui and others af a sun-
ijcr nature incorporate problems that an loog-
sB'ral'rsu end just as vexing problems to
which pohhrifina. their parties end platforms
pay easy bp-serTice.
We do not men
cease the ^j"**^
to ri isroimt by even one
af the issues raised
when, across the board, we say mat they an
tmqueshonably on the side af justice, mother-
hood, and the American family.
In the beat of conventions end poetical
campaigns, much will be made of these ques-
tmns. in the enthusiasm of the electioneering
process, cendidcdes wul voice many vows
some of them perhaps reckless end not infre-
quendy ^responsible.
But Use the color of conventions, them-
selves, after November the vowi. the platforms,
the i&rr.c speeches all wii] kxce in the hectic
business that is today's AmerKcn government.
Why. then, the pkrtfcrms* Why the testi-
mony of so many honafahry-irtentoned organ-
isctons l^ce the NCRAC d their piecs m the
name of decency and democracy ere heeded
zs a formality? Sadly, ere not pknfonns. them-
selves, in tea little more then c formality these
dcys?
'Aether we are concerned chcut an exten-
sion of r.v-J libertarian gucrantees or en utter-
ance or. the part of candidaies w;m respect to
their attitude toward Egypt's illegal strangle-
hold on tne Suez Cancl. I wcuid' seem to us
excut -.-e that men running for high office
once and for ail be held response* in'the mat-
ter of acting on their promises.
Democracy will not iong survive if we are
cynical enough to occept the cynicism of pob-
hpkrns^who fee] :t is aE right to forget after Elec-
tion Day what they heatedly promised before it
A Commendable Dismissal
The Marine Corps is to be commended for
:ts action m dismissing Pfc. John C. Patsalas be-
cause of tne serviceman's membership in the
Amenccn Ncn Party.
Affiliation with the RockweE clan is not a
naafter of private conscience, as some would
moanton. Nor is the dismissal an invasion of
Utenght ^Pc*las_oT any Arnerican-to en-
gog*^n the free expression of his "pofincaT
This argument has been advanced in the
ense of Rockwefl's actrvmes as saaosanct
because hi. Nazi ideology speaks foTSTeSS
ing nation dedicaled to the destruction of the
American way of life.
Fact is thffl RockweDs hideous program
was once the heartbeat of Third IWrh Ger-
my. The United State, fought World War H
wXrS^^kte0i9y- T<"derHock-
weu and his henchmen immune todav s> *
pkiyonthehmitsoftechiiicaliry ^^
tous^^^NatoU^^reP9ant
to us now than n was twenty years ogo?^^
Jh* disn^eal of Pfc. Pateafc, indicates
*vve this bestial movement to h rr..
~y of the American way of Se a. H.*
ITS A IQ*Q WAY TO 1M TOti
its heyday, and that identification with it is un-
becoming a member of our Armed Forces.
Those who urged silence in the matter for
fear of "recking the boat" over an "unimportant
ice: BJMl no* see r.cw vrrcne thev we
To bigotry, as the fast President of this no-
tion once decksec. must be given no sanction.
Abe Aronovitz Passes Away
Abe Aronovitz is dead. News Monday of
the passing of this most colorful Miaznian
genuineiy saddened ail erf Dade county: far
those en the sace of decency and good govern-
ment knew Aror.orttz welL
His spirited civic iecdership as mayor,
ccmmissioner end private citizen was legion.
Few are the men on the horizon of Dade county
who could match his energy and capacity foe
such whoiehearted ideruhecnon with c host of
good causes in which he believed.
For as part the Jewish community has lost
a passionate spokesman in the name of de-
cency. Among many other vital contributions,
m. authorship of the Florida anti-mask ord>
nance became a model for similar ordinances
m many ernes throughout the South, m 1955.
it earned Aronovttz the ADL's coveted Leonard
E- Abes. Award in human relations.
As government official, attorney, pnvate
citizen who acted in the finest tradition of a
cernoaanc society, ardent believer in commun-
ity ctftairs by and for the people. Jewish leader
m these and many other rniw si Abe
Aionov a wifl be sarery missed
rfis
The Riddle StiH Unsolved
Tl^Sscnriry Council has acted on Argen-
tina s charge against kraei in the oaptureof
JdoMEfchmann. Argentina', rafaem to accept
tfte acnoB is rnterestingespscialry in the case
o^natK. known throughout the world as a
tKXtbtnger of former Nazi war ennunak
to JZSlZlZL***00 tao- >*
tosettiette qn.ehou omicabry, and has repeat-
UL ^5Z! *** ******** 9o*mxaamm to ex-
plain what is meant by its demand for "adw-
quote reparation." ^^
^_Why? Can it be that the Nam pM......
hiding in his country nniiii ,n.....,, >
nee *an is rpukrrfy iincoined?2te kTone
PO""bto pianation of a riddle that, thus far
ns to defy sohitton.
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durinj (be week
... as i see it
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THHI

29
psrssjsstt. are ktint
wrtttee days bessre the flrv
be let at the Dessscratie Piny
nauessi cenveatisa fa Los An
eetes. Taey make as effort at
predictisa. I leave that to
Miami's merrjaf asib*. which
ea sfoaday declared the result
t* be "al wrapped apf far Sen
mmm nave earr to cnmmaat assa a
kind of fsU in aaeh resertir
acafaty essscieace.
stseaaiag for V'iee Pruidtat Nixor
af reserre from the time be was elected te hi
Last February, is a frost ease stery. h fleefallv
is a maaave effort to dtseredit
Thi. f, ,
ihttle
The BftStBSBg
witb aasbstaetl lark
wraed term m 19S6
declared that oaJy the Commasists
aua. could pocmbry stay Mr. Nixon* "i.iiitikw
lowed his aisaryisatad af sfifiiii debate with Nikits
a karbes rammt at the Msseee Pair
The lmaucatiOB of the frost pane stery wi
fashes te inuiri the Vice Pn.iiaVsi is his bid for (he
weald be pert of the Commons! movement aawfost
tdstsnshriiis has beea a hallmark of the Repobbcsa
ratioo sce 1M3 Receatly. the tactic chanted. Mr.
in
Any am
White Hews*
Zealou>
the
s infiatesi
ar.air.st Hetea Gahacan Douglas is Cabforsia atfll plagBes
charges of guilt by a Bsstiactivety fear ladiscnmmate "pinko" labels suddealy aa amger
seemed profitable.
Apart from opponent! of this more manageable variety hew. for
example, to deal with the sallies of New York Gov Neboa Rockefeller
against the Vice President in particular and the Eisenhower Adminis-
tration in general?
A MILITARY MAN. Mr Eisenhower places great emphasis aa hi<
^* personal view of "losahy" and "team sprnt." Rockefeller's cni
xisms of seven years of Republicanism could hardly he eaastrsed at
.-epre-enucg eiihrr characteristic in the Administration'* itkltensij
The New York Governor's gambit was ultimately interpreted as an
effort aimed at dividing the GOP, and treated like the pruaeancemenis
of a traitor.
Thus, what is presumably the final challenge to Vice President
Nixon'* candidacy has been successfully met sad conquered. For all
practical purposes, the outcome of the Republican Party rnaiiatiim
was determined a Jong time ago.
In the Democratic camp. Kennedy and Sen Hubert Hassphrey
battled through several bitterly-fought primaries. Lyndon Johnson
came te the Los Angeles coamauea last weekend with aa assni i il
list of some 4) delegates pledged to turn. Former Preside.m Truman
his campaign in behalf of Sen. Symington, and Got. Adlai
twice defeated Democratic standard bearer sad ever the
bashful bride, announced in Chicago only days before his departure for
the West Coast that he would be duty bound te accent the caadsdscy
were it thrust upon him.
For his part. Kennedy, victor in ten primaries organized with the
precision that his personal millions assured, boasted Moaday of
than 750 delegates and predicted his victory by the first or
ballot.
Just which convention is wrapped up the Democratic or the
Repubucar.'* Nevertheless. Miami's morning daily editorialized on
Pige One that it was all ever in Los Angeles but the fa
?Wf PAPER'S PURLISKtR. tide by side with his Wawdaftoa Bu
reau chief. Ecwm Lahey. called Kennedy, "brash:" a man "who
has never experienced the sense of inadequacy that comes at times to
most mortals." a campaigner who must pick up a 11 the markers
he). must have left is 50 states." -purposeful and calculating;'* an
individual not the one te trust his political future to the whom or
emotions of delegates voting in a -wide open' contest." one who "de
oded the presidency was not above his reach and that the White Hou^
on^culLng more such loaded phrase* from columns fi3ed by ethtorial-.
where unadorned factual reporting should have been.
I hold aa personal high regard for Sen. Kennedy as once I sad for
Oor Sterrnasa. Indeed, the Massachusetts legislator leaves me seir.
ssxred in the matter of his possibleif not rnrrnhm rsmtidaii as
Democratic standard-bearer. But a sense of justice causes sse te rebel
ind cry out against the kind of prejudiced reporting that makes a
mockery of decent journalism and. incidentally, places the shoe en
Late wrong foot.
v ?L,i!!aw!jr SFJ?" weU emr* the victor in Las Aagele*.
but ifhe does, it wul be against the wishes of the party's saachir*
and because of the people s popular vote in his brtaL' Mr Nixoa and
the sa'me **"" **""* *" ^"^ <****** can bar*V >
It seems about time that poutical opportunism gave way te hssues
-snd there are plenty of them to discusias^liie^wes aaa?for
SH? w ^^ warf*re us. the most recent shcetaag af a US
Se^unr^';/"^ *?. ***** "sUtn to^mSc..'. *&
tbe nung tide cf serf rule for nations incapable of use
tary forms of government, with the Congo a arteciaal
sod others must meet the new occupant of uieWhue rlewsv fa 1961
"muvi ^Li ""} $ueriB Pnmlenis. our leaders remain
, S!r y ** b*0,*<1 sectionalism that gave rise te them At a
ume when issues should concern us .11. SouuVrn deleas^ te the <
preped cnril rights plank in the Democratic Party platform Soari
u* the divine* ^rnn wa, nhrer mied Sen Hc41ail^iteTeaad I-
tassrast ._. __^. "., 'wawaaa. a conveaier.i
'cassssarvwsr^^L ^" *r^ ,he -* ha. erne, wen
CmiSurtl l!? W for the S^TJiJ^^L *" StenaisefR
eaaBwlfT!!^ "J*? "*u n*hts quaetfoa.
waniou on the possabihtv outmoded social a-J,*!!' 'f "^waatisui that ssewaed such
Se^irld^sSX **"* **5 U^Z2?Lm7*lL-
^^ao^rcw5Irof,ne0 J**J|* the greateae iaase of .11 Meadev
e*rtiaB. seessed cheap seB>eticeulilii
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Friday. July 16. 1960
Page 5-A
Reader Hits
Scuffle With
Liberties Unit
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
As an exttutive board member
pf both the AJCongress South Flor-1
Ida Council and the Florida Civil j
Liberties Union. I am deeply inter
pNted in the problems and que.s i
fions which have been raised and ,
^pressed in The Jewish Floridian.!
I sincerely believe that there is
nsidersble misunderstanding, and j
licre is a real need for the issues'
Urrounding Georjfe Lincoln Rock
(rell to be aired openly. If, Indeed,
1 of us are without exception, pro-1
jndly against anything like an |
nerican Nazi Party, it is com-j
Btely illogical for members of the
cish (immunity and the Civil
ertics Union to be at opposite
It
To me Hit* is completely ridicu-
les end point* up the extent to !
eh leaders of tho A.C.L.U. do
fully understand thinking
feelings within the Jewish
imunity, and the extent to
bich responsible loaders within
Jewish community do net
rlty understand the fundamental
ceptsef the A.C.L.U.
.'a also face the fact that
rious mistakes are possible on
. sides.
"ens_ecruently. it is proposed that
It a community-wide meeting bo
bid in Miami, sponsored by
jCongTtss and the F.C.L.U.. ton-,
ting of a panel discussion includ-
ing such persons as Leo Mindlin. |
lecutive editor of The Jewish [
loridiac. and Harry Simonhoff for
le Jewish community, and Tobia-
Imon and Herbert Heiken. local'
ttorneys, for the F.C.L.U.. with:
erhaps a prominent local judge or
P. H. Franklin Williams. Univer-
ly of Miami vice president, as
Aerator.
[Such a meeting, preferably held
a centrally located hotel, could
|rv'e the purpose of clearing the i
by focusing expression on th>-
sues involved. This would serve :
an important educational pro-1
fam for all concerned and I be-
tve would be attended by hun-
ds of very interested members
' the Miami community.
BERNARD SEGAL
Miami
MTOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I read with shock and dismay
the attack on the home of Sam-
el Mindlin, stemming from Leo
lindlin's dispute with Alan Court-
It ia difficult to know what to
ly at a time like this. It would'
presumptuous of me, sitting in I
high rent district on East 84th
New York City, to urge Leo'
lindlin to keep up the good fight, j
t to lose heart, and to continue,
call the shots as he sees them.
On the other hand. I could hard-1
suggest that he run for cover.
Ibove all. the best thing to be said
this:
Let Lee Mindlin know that he has
friends who respect nun for his
courage, and who admire him for
the real lorce for human decency
that he has made The Jewish Flor-
idian.
RICHARD COHEN, Director
Public Relations Department
American Jewish Congress
- Mew York City
Y estiva University Cited
By Special Report
NEW YORK Yeshiva Univer-:
sity received three citations at the
44th annual convention of the!
American College Public Relating
Aasn. meeting July 11 in Washing-
ton. DC An award for the Univer-
eitys Ambassadors program was'
one of. nine cited in the public re-1
latinos and development project
category in a field of nearly 43 en-
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July IS. 1960
*Jewish Tkrldian
Page 7-A
^
\eligion in School Pleas Go to Court Monday
a
-
anont< to reading of the Bi-
the public schools, a regular
|cc required by the' Florida
{.ution, will have their day in
fort Circuit Judge J. Fritz
on Monday.
it I'hambcrlain, of Miam:,
horida Civil Liberties Union-
ped suit to enjoin the Dade
School Board from sane-
Bible readings as a breach
separation of church and
[principle, and a collateral
jught by the American Jew-
's are the contestants.
lan's in the AJCongress case
Iw.ird Resnick. Dr. and Mrs.
tern, and Mrs. F.Imc Thorn
fof the Greater Miami area.
Jition to Bible reading,
ligants, who will present
irguments in a joint hear-
)ject to recitation of the
Prayer, comments by
rs on Biblical extracts,
before meals, classes in
[religious hymns of a tec-
nature, religious symbols
[classroom, and various re- |
holiday observances, in-
Christmas and Easter,
m and Passover.
;-r;mi^ and the conducting of a re-
ligious census among children to
ascertain their religious alfilia
lions, as well as that of their par-
ents.
Opposition to the Chamberlain
and Resnick suits are identified
with the Greater Miami Council of
Churches, who have entered the
action on behalf of the school
board, according to the Southeast
regional office of the American
Jewish Congress.
According to Congress officials
interveners include Don Sv.an.-on.
( xecutive director of the Council,
and Rev. Henry Dahlberg. a past
president of the Greater Miami
Ministerial Assn.
Congress officials declare that
I he interveners are part of a com-
mittee to defend the Bible in Ihe
i schools and that they are responsi-
ble for the circulation of a "smile"
ard. which urges: "keep the smile
j on the laces of Our children and
our grandchildren freedom of
' religion, lrec enterprise and free
-.'lections go hand and hand ... if
ine falls all fall support your
(iiuens Committee to Defend the
1 Bible in the Public School ."
The Miami office of American
I'uish Congress said here that,
according to reports, the Council
iof Churches is seeking to raise
S10.000 to carry the litigation to the
> United States Supreme Court it
wot mrj.
Dr. Leo Pfeffer. national director
of the Commission on Law and So-
cial Action of the American Jewish
Congress, has acted as a consult-
ant for the litigation, and i> kctaeda
tiled to participate in the Monday
hearing before Judge Gordon.
A three judge Federal District
Court in Philadelphia recently de-
clared a Pennsylvania Bible read-
ing statute similar to Florida's as
unconstitutional.
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Edelmon Named To Head Body
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A move to eliminate the intangi-
ble p-e r s o n a I property tax has
prompted David G. Berry, chair-
man of the tax and equalization
committee of the Miami Beach
The suits also object to religious Taxpayers' Assn" t0 aPpoim Pn,,iP
and sectarian baccalaureate pro- Edelman to head the intangible tax
[sub-committee.
Reception for Shad Polier Due on Beach
[Polier, national vice presi-
thr American Jewish Con-
rill be honored at a cocktail
Bn given by Judge Kenneth
;the Venetian Isle motel on
evening from 5 to 7 p.m.
Polier is national chairman of
the Congress Commission on Law
and Social Action. In that capacity,
he was instrumental in bringing
recent action against ARAMCO for
discriminating against Jews in its
employment policies In New York
State.
The ARAMCO case, which at-
tracted nation wide attention,
dramatized the role of foreign
governments in fostering dis-
crimination against American
citizens because of their religion.
Polier, who is a member of the
executive committee and chair-
man of the budget committee of
the World Jewish Congress, is
also a member of the board of
directors of the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany and co-treasurer of the
Jewish Restitution Organisation.
He played a leading role in mob-
ilizing public opinion for the enact-
ment of the New York State law
barring discimination by colleges
and universities in the admission
of students. He has also helped to
secure legislation in New York
City which prohibits discrimination
in tenant selection by housing de-
velopments enjoining tax exemp-
tion or any other form of public
support.
The Congress vice president will
;be in Miami to meet with Jewish
communal leaders and to partici-
pate in a religion of the schools lit-
igation to be heard Monday before
Dade Circuit Judge J. Fritz Gor-
don.
The Association has proposed
that revenue to replace the present
intangible tax be derived through
increasing sales tax collection by
use of the Ohio stamp method.
Edelman is past special assistant
attorney general for the State of
Florida, and was formerly general
counsel for National Industrial
Laundries and the Miami Fashion
Council. He will work with Sen.
Adams and his Florida Legisla-
tive interim committee on tinance
and taxation.
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UAR Denies
Israel's Charge
Continued from Page 1-A
ly unfounded." He said that UAR
troops in the area had not under-
taken any provocative measures
"and it is therefore entirely false
that UAR troops have renewed
unilateral armed action along the
Syrian border.'' The letter added:
"The aggressive policy of Israel
with respect to the demilitarized
zone is clearly indicated by the
fact that Israel has committed no
iless than 259 atigrevxive acts in
the said zone -mce January 1960.
!regarding which the UAR Govern-
ment has submitted complaints"
to the MAC.
Mr. Comay had cited five spe-
cific attacks by Syrian gunfire
which had resulted in the death of
one border patrol officer and gun-
fire attacks against UN observers.
The Israel complaint cited the Syr-
ian attacks as occurring between
June 11 and June 28.
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Interested Senior Cittiens may
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Mil
Ike MaB m aasfcmgtaa to
received a arwd re- Anwrwaas raset
taaf Jewish organua- The Vie*
the r.ation's capital Bernard Abnat
The department tuned ail order w"f" ?Ll*f-^*^* w-r Va>
? decJana* the Mall off limits for w- rejerte* Backaen zobtie*
*_ pMr awrtto The ruling did ^ t^tl ".L*: "e"
_2ZJTl^st ** *** meetings b> Roc* ,p,^*t* S".*"1 ** re*
. *" *M^*"*t>g -el! who was told there were >t '[e^u Xo Aaene wfc, -^
of the raay *
. meetings b> Roe* ,*""*** .J '***
ilfce well who was told there were al 'fe^eou Se Aascncaa a*
_T teraate sites available Rockwei' ber *** "'" .* ***
-T^HvLrr ** J*0 Park for a meeting eaa toRarkaagT,
a mining bat
Uaac Franck. eseevtive director
ks* aasad after of the Jewish Community Council
Rockell ? of Greater Washington said the de
repugnance
-'iabtwf
H Wl-fc '
mfewi them
of caaahdaaes vat oae of
taa. at fc iiftin sryie aad Mad. Eiiriaa aara
t wCSwvew Kocfcwefl wi greater aasJungton said tne de ffa. /
caad tiM of the Interior Depart men- VGmOS VOftSiOer
that was a soand and judicious" one a, a aa aw _>
He added that the Jewish Cosmos MKXM COST OCeiie
to staad mal Rack will, obrsaas- ay Coward had discussed this mat __
Jj skakea. accepted a eaart offe* ter with officials of the department Casataaaw fraaa Paae la
a" ie**l aad Jadge Vtihiaa award oa ereraJ occasions and had made m,^^ ^ t-5
O B farter
at.cr available
ion which had
position was also
wn of phrase
I
TO A k*C OUTDOO* BECEPTlOMssr
aac kaacers oa. Most of the daaaaaats were
r*~---------' -~r flint
Max? of '.hew. wen
I faaaaaj -<.
akej kad
for *
legotia-
f-r* tiae
w* ea>
dkrec- oea>
heard -ke
a* t
~r*afaf rackets* watt
Baa* aad gawe a fwr hat mini xi il i < pep
I ha*, aaaia. grasp, dasua
TV awM9rx that
a **at -*e {rasa raau crowd I kad saaa a> the
wwaaMeaf
LawaTjika.*rrt*de *^p*
eL helped thewi in am\ing at thL* de mtrraitiaail
wed the mart that if ,,mmm which
was to he held oa ht< The Washtagton Star editohaUs *c*a* oa
to he ohiernd roared approvai of official actior net
of hat owa cwaasauj against George Lincoln Rockwell The pUtiorai's
a i wniiiii. Jwdge and his Ameneaa Nan Party aad ****" Arah-IaracJ
was three weeks. The said that this was the right pro- ttom* rtormaUd
aagaaj aaj BMfeaal had becoaw UTK 19SJ tR*t
s ap- a pahhc musancr tamed sack a call
The paper was critical, however tiataaa.
to past a koad of OH of the protect* that disrupted Rock *" piMfarai aba aprjjred tt
6maBw dad after weil's meeting oa the Mall and as re*t efforts by dkairrc^- J w
a hoadatf scrted that aO the hecklers ac Fulbnght. of Ike fBaatc rorelga'
caarph^bed was to boild Rockwel Relations rifcaaa. aa .'hen
*P to transfer tar bardca of reaps*.
MbiHty for Arab 11 faga 11 to Israel
This was tadarated h* tie pU|.
forms call for resettle aui rf Arab
refagee. > Arab MlgiiL, while
aoe -f nmpran
by I.neJ.
V. King twid laaawhaai tkwt he
hasod sws paajkaj on R*ckweitt
aawy an a staay wf Rockwrs
awe mrchinm*. He said "Mwrw mini
ti
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BECAUSE rr is OVER. Seaaeey has had ike fiekf *-ri| M
The
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*Jen is* Fk>rkUann
Page 9-A
Gurion Critical of Fulbright Report on Refugees
Continued from P 1-A
mittee, must "surely" be aware
I that the Arab states were exploit-
(ing the refugees' plight for political
advantage which the Prime Minis-
ter called "a severe crime against
humanity."
Commenting that the Senator
could not be held responsible to the
Weinstein, Boston
and a leader in
in Jewish affairs on
le local and national
has been elected
of the National
lily Relations Advis-
icil, the official pol-
ig, coordinating and
ce agency for six na-
ivic and religious ar-
ms and 51 local corn-
organizations, all of
are concerned with
> community relations
lited States.
ian Gets
ler Term
B. Liebman. Miami at-
s reclected chairman of
Council of South Plor-
ent meeting. The Coun-
public relations repre-
for all Zionist urganisa-
treater Miami.
cted to serve with Lieb-
[one year were Mrs. A.
ekelner, executive vice
Mrs. Dorothy Fink.
iirstein, and Daniel Crav-
[ chairmen; Mrs. Marvin
pa, recording secretary.
ernard Harder, corres-
Secretary; Miss Lillian
I social secretary; M i s s
Be Marx, treasurer; Mrs.
Hftnick. financial secretary;
tSamuel Z. Sakrais, chair
budget committee.
B^na Brenner Meyers will
lentarian. and A. Arthur
will serve as honorary
I Knesset for his remarks, he asked
i that the motion, introduced by
Hcrut'.s Arye Altman, be removed
| from the agenda. The motion was
i rejected.
The Knesset also rejected the
I Communist-sponsored motion to de-
bate the Prime Minister's recent
visit to West European countries
and Israel's bid to join the Euro-
pean Common Market. Communist
deputy Shmuel Mikunis called the
bid "an alignment of Israel with
imperialism."
The Prime Minister replied it
would be below the dignity of the
Knesset to argue with Mikunis. He
said his visit was aimed at stren-
gthening Israel's security and es-
tablishing closer trade and scien-
tific cooperation with European
countries and to explain Israel's
"modest" contribution toward the
welfare of the Asian and African
nations attaining statehood. He
called such Israeli efforts mutually
beneficial.
Brians Get
vet Awards
is figured prominently
He recent convention of
rith. District S, in Norfolk,
Milton Friedman, named
relect of the district, was
his "outstanding work"
He of Israel Bonds.
Seiavitch, of Gilbert Bal-
ge, received an E. Albert
ward for his activity in
f B'nai B'rith's veterans
Seiavitch is district co-
of the Florida. Georgia.
i Carolina areas.
[Wilson, president of North
Ige. received a plaque as
ir outstanding B'nai B'rith
in District .9. Wilson was
elected treasurer of the
State Federation.
Niebcrg. president of Flor-
Ie Federation, was awarded
for bis leadership of Cor-
i Lodge during 190040.
inding lodge award went to
Balkin Lodge of Miami
ible mentions went to Mi-
pach and Coral Gables
fair Ixec Moated
Id L. Fine, director of real
___ Food Fair's southern di-
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jd by Miami's City Commis-
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nomic planning for the com-
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Friday. July 15.
Israel Ponders Argentine Dilemma
.. .; m*nt of escaped Xaiis. The
,purled H^Qj;iUm-eJ> rnieTTaTMr-rNrtand abatfci!!%
JERUSALEM \rgentina at* dering the seizure of Nan murderer Adolf meats at the Security Council
Eichrrann a closed case. ere considering an appeal to the major Wes
cm Power to mediate the deadlock, it *a
;his week.
That p- lit} Wai COinn der consecration, it was indicated,
because of the apparent Argentine
-il to acce-t Israel's apology
for the seizure of the Naai murder
specialist on Argentine soil and the
1 < .if ihe South American
country' ou an offer by Israel of
adequate reoara*'"'*5 Argentine
has not stated publicly what ac
it would cor^idir U mci-tin- that
requ'
Aviv Mayor Mordecai Namii who. in December, became
t.-.e :_-;: isbcrite to head Israel's largest city in nearly a quarter
century, has come to the United States to attend the recent
motional conierence of mayors in Chicago. Namir pre-
served Golden Jubilee albums of his city to mavors of
lecciric American cities. Prior to his election. Mayor Namir
grasj Min.ster of Labor in the Ben-Gurran cabinet for tour years.
Bom m the Ukraine in 1897. Namir came to Palestine in 1924
cs a pioneer, and been active in Histadrut ever since, having
served cs its general secretary in the U50'a.
The sources reported that the
idea of asking Western mediation
was one of two contemplated lines
o' eossib'e further diplomatic
action, both aimed at reaching
an amicable solution of the im-
passe. If Argentina accented
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WALTHAM, Man -Brandeis L'ni
versity this week reported th<
largest eift received in its history
from a donor in tribute to another
person Frank J Prince, noted in-
dustrialist of Nr> York City and
St. Louis, has given a grant of
$75,000 to the institution in honor
of his fnend. Jacob A. Goldfarb,
who n a member of the board of
trustees of Brandeis
This aift stem- from the recent
dinner honoring Goldfarb on the
occasion of Ins 66th birthday, at
which friends and associates an-
nounced the esf.-ibli.-hmer.t of the
Jacob A. and Bertha Goldfarb En
jdowi 'opment Fund in honor
of the couple uhose earlier gencr
OOttJea made po>sible the new
Brande- L niverMty Library
Frank Prince earned early fame
a- a reported for the Indianapolis
Time- following his paper's ex
po-ure of ihe Ku Klux Klan in
1923, for which the Times received
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cles on Klan corruption are credit-
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Address
Israel's latest note, re-stating Is-
rael's earlier position that it con-
sidered its apology to Argentina
as co-stitut-m such reparations,
Israel planned in additional con-
ciliatory gesture possibly dis-
patching Mrs. Golda Mtir, the
Foreign Minister, en a goodwill
missior to Buencs Aires.
The possible appeal for Wi
mediation. lAOUld Argentina re
main obdurate, derived from the
fact that V,". ..gates at the
Security Council meeting which
heard Argentina'! complaint
against Israel in the Eichmann
- ire. indicated clearly that their
governments regarded Israel's pub-
lic apologies as adequate repar
ation" to Argentina. The proposal
called for a request by Israel to
those governments to mediate the
deadlock in that spirit
the vote on the amended Ar
tinian resolution for fear that
port of the resolution might be"l
terpreted a* support for (he
that Israel should return Eichnil
to Argentina
The Shrth Bureau of the luaH
police, which it assembling %
for Eichmann'* trial, will submit
to Mm soon a list of attorney,
who have indicate* their willing.
nest to aorvo as defence counsel
in his forthcoming trial in Jen>
atom.
All of the candidates fir the
fense assignment live abroad
of them are from West Germ
and Austria but, in addr.
yers in several other Europe
countries have expressed readin*
to act as Eichmann s defen-e
sel.
OBJ)
Eichmann will be permitted to
choose as he wishes with one ex-
ception: Israel officials have mdi-
Israel meanwhile has expressed cated that no attorney with a NaeJ
thanks to the Soviet In ion and past will be admitted to brad


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r, July 15. 1960
+Jewish rhrkMan
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Di Sen. Herbert H. Lehman and Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
icellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America,
resed top Jewish leadership of the United States and Can-
lecently in a special telephone hookup to ten
NCRAC Lists
'60 Platform
Preferences
LOS ANGELES (JTA) A
statement on behalf of 34 national
religious, labor and civic bodies of
all faiths and interests, calling on
the Democratic Party to pledge "to
implement the repeatedly express-
ed opposition of the Congress to
the imposition by foreign govern-
ments of discrimination against
United States citizens on grounds
of race or religion," was presented
to a hearing of the party's plat-
form committee shortly before the
convention opened here.
Judge Isaac Pacht, of Los Ange-
tr-_*- _n > .i .. OUUkC isaav ravin, ui uua num^
M areas. Virtually every region of the nation was repre- |,es ch*airman of tne National com-
>d as leaders of the Conservative movement of Judaism
keied in specially-designated meeting places. Purpose of
[bcok-up was to discuss the Seminary's national enroll-
plan.
>uts Will Attend Jamboree
By Special Report
)KADO SPRINGS More
8.000 Jewish boys w i 11 be
he 55.000 Scouts and lead-
\". will attend the Golden
Jamboree of the Boy Scouts
jerica in Colorado Springs,
h.ly 22 to 28.
kaplain staff of seven rabbis
present to take care of the
;.- needs of tne Scouts.
food for mort than 200 Jewish
boys who indicated their oStira
to obsarva dietary laws.
When the Scouts gather for Sab-
bath worship on July 23. they will
probably represent the largest con-
gregation of teen-age youth ever to
assemble for religious services in
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil, appeared as spokesman for the
34 agencies and groups. He also
urged the Democratic Party to op-
pose any international agreement
or treaty "which by its terms or
practices differentiates among
United States citizens on grounds
of race or religion."
He explained that "broadly, the
forms of this discrimination may
be grouped into three categories:
1. Arab denial of entry or tran-
sit vises to American Jews; 2.
Arab boycott of American Jew-
ish businesses; 3. The exclusion
of American Jewish citizens from
United States Government civ-
the history of America.
Five Israeli Scouts, one of whom
is David Harman, son of Avraham jy,~n "^ mj|itery po,t$ and from
. Harman, Israels Ambassador to .fnploym#nt \m**4 states de-
&r^L^sker of nL Bruns ,he United StateS' are "end'n fens, contract, in Arab coun-
t '' rr> UaSKer. 01 l\ew oruns :._).. ronracpntino hp Rov ..
: N.J., national director of
Relationships of the Boy
of America.
rabbis will wear Scout Un
and sleep in tents just as
coots. Jamboree cooking
done by the Scouts in pa-
ten boys. The Boy Scoots
idea will provide kosher
the jamboree, representing the Boy
Scouts of Israel. The Chief Scout
of Israel. Aryeh Kroch. of Haifa,
is heading up the delegation.
trios.*
In the past, he said, "when con-
fronted with a threat to the liber-
ties of its citizens indeed, when
forced to choose between continu-
ing exactly the kind of anti-Semit-
ism now practiced by the Arab
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The claim of freedom was accord-
ed greater force and dignity than
the claim of profit."
In addition to speaking for the
NCRAC, Judge Pacht also present-
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ish Committee. American Jewish
Congress, Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith. Jewish Labor Com- j
mittee. Union of American Hebrew j
Congregations, Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
and United Synagogue of America,
among Jewish organizations.
Other organizations supporting
! the proposal included the Ameri-
: can Civil Liberties Union, Catho-
; lie Interracial Council. Congrega-
tional Christian Churches, Friends
Committee on National Legisla-
tion, Industrial Union Department
of the AFL-CIO. National Assn.
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People, National Council of Prot-
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B'tS TuVSN JtPUSAU*
Present at recent celebration of the seventh an-
n.versary of Boys Town Jeru3laem, a trade
school combining vocational training and
religious education, are (left to riqhti Jacob
Snapira, Hollywood. Fla.; Jack PoDick. Miami
Beach; and A. J. Malasky. Miami Beach. Not
shown but also present at ceremonies was
Kindergarten class of the Hebrew Academy
Receives diplomas during recent graduation
exercises at the Academy. Left to right (seat-
ed) are Mara loan Goltman. Marcie Nan Gelt-
man. Aryeh Geiger. Trudy Ann Simon. Wayne
Wallis, Eileen Fern Rapke. Irwin Reiohard,
Meredyth A. Reinhard, Mark Rubenstin. Ce-
lia Belaky. Barry Howard Kutscher, Debora
Golda Seif. Ora Lee Gross. Left to right (stand-
ing are kindergarten faculty Mrs. Rose Lauer.
Mrs. Marjone Ent. Mrs. Judy Rackovsky. Mrs.
Yaffa Tescher. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal, presented the diplomas.
Bank Chief's Dead Sea Plan Nixed
JTABy Oiretl Teletype Wire
.JERUSALEM-The Israel Gov
ernment has turned down a re
quest from Eugene R Black, pres
ident of the International Bank for
Reconstruction and Development,
who had asked that Israel dena-
tionalize its Dead Sea potash
works, turning the enterprise over
to private investors, according to
an announcement here recently by
Murder Mai Bentov. Minister of De-
velopment.
Mr Bentov disclosed the dis-
agreement with Mr. Black while
answering questions regarding hi*
ministry's budget in the Knesset.
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Mr. Black was her* recently,
impacting various Israeli enter-
prises, including the potash
works, preparatory to a decision
to be made by the World Bank
next month about Israel's long-
pending application for a multi-
million dollar loan. Part of the
proceeds of that loan n ear-
marked for expansion of the pot
ash industry. Another principal
portion of the loan will be weed
according to Israel's plena for
broad expansion of pert facil-
ities.
According to Mr. Bentov. Black
was told that Israel must preserve
public ownership of the Dead Sea
potah industry', since the Dead
Sea contains Israel's greatest na-
tional mineral resource. Bentov
said the government also feeli
Health Mr Planned
Dade County Medical Assn. an-
nounces pi sax (or an educational
fair in October at the Dinner Key
Auditorium m conjunction with the
second annual South Florida House
and Garden Exposition Dr. David
Kirsch. public relations chairman
of the association, said the Miami
Health Fair will feature exhibits il-
lustrating the newest approved ed-
ucational ideas in health and hy
giene promotion.
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Jacob Rivkin. President of Boys Town Jerusa-
lem is Ira Guilden. national chairman of Israel
Bonds and leading American financier. The
school, patterned after Boys Town of America,
has an enrollment of more than 200 students.
Training is offered in printing, tool and die-
making, electronics and various other subjects.
Miamions Aid
Council Effort
For UAHC Camp
.Meyer N Kronenber of Senth-
Kate Towers. Miami Beach, is the
recently appointed permanent
chairman of a camp committee of
he Southeast Council of the Un-
ion of American Hebrew Coogre
gations.
Kronenberg explained Here that
the committee's function is to rally
support for the establishment of a
i permanent summer camp for chil-
dren of members of Reform con
'gregation^
UAHC ia the national organiza
lion of some 550 Reform syna-
gogues through the United State.
A 200-acre site was acquired
bv the Southeast Council about a
year and a half ago in northern
Georgia. The camp is some 25
miles beyond Gainesville, Ge.,
Krenenberg explained.
The site ha> crystal blue spring-.
i KMireei of .nnking water and
j two streams raj tufficiatl ittt to be i
dammed up for a swimming lake
The camp would belong lo the
UAHC, Kionmberg said, adding
that other Re lor m districts1
throughout the nation are already
operating nek camps
MM ''re trying to do is to'
get each city within the Southeast
Council to donate S6.000 lor the
erection of a winterized cabin at
:hc camp." Kronenberc said. "Cit-
ies smaller than Greater Miami
would, ol course, be asked to give
smaller sunir "
Accord.ii2 to Kroncnberg. cities
in the Southeast Council already:
accounted for in the summer camp
project are Birmingham and Do i
than. Ala : Atlanta and Macon.
Ga.: and Sumter. S.C.
Working to publicise Miami's
responsibility to contribute a
winterized cabin are members
of local youth organizations af
Friday. July 15,
fttiatetf with Mm National
oration of Tempi a Vevth.
NFTY u an affiliate of rbjl
ion of American Hebrew
jgations.
UAHC fc, currently eugi
I a I15.000.0IX) development
campaign, launched on ociaa
the organization'! national I
convention last November.
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Sleep How to Get More*
will be the topic of a lectun
Dr. Abraham Wolfson in the
dens of the Blackstone hot*
Friday at 6:45 p.m. Thi
the third in a series of ten
>n "The Good Life." which i
at the Spinoza Outdoor F_,
now located at the Black-tone"'
Wolfson is founder and directm
the Forum.
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that the profits from the potash in-
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of Israel but must instead be re-
invested here.
Mr. Black was also told, trie de-!
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the World Bank should insist on
denationalization of the Dead Sea,
potash industry, such insistence)
would be interpreted as an at-
tempt by the bank to use its loan
for political purposes. Mr. Black
was assured, however, Mr. Bentov
declared, that Israel would con-
tinue efforts to solicit foreign in-'
vestments in the potash industry, i

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PALIS OF MORALS
l not do unto other* what you I
not with others to do unto
love thy neiehbor as thyself
HILLEL.
>
will not do u myself who
[ if for me' And if 1 aft only
rlf. what am /' And if net
len?
Mil I H
I*
unit who Icanu from all
U strong who control* hit
\e is nch who rejoices in
1; he u. honored who
iert.
Br.N ZOMA.
?t throw 'tones in a well -
(h you dnns, water.
TALMUD.
say*. "1 hive tried hard
t succeed." believe him
says, "i did not try and
do not belierc him
if he kivi. "I have tned
lied," believe him.
HAHHI ISAAC

things u a man's charac- '
by his cup. by his
i his pocket.
7ALMUD-PBUVIN.
*
man created last' In
iiind him. should he be-
kty. that the lowly moi-
fcded him in (he order of
TALMUD-IAN II HDMN
refined, the sound* of .
music, for the boor n
TALMI l>-VOMA I
ropp Will
r Mitzvah
Tropp will become
daring Saturday
H[ serv-
wrifert |irie)
Center,
ward
offici
Jn OXe n&Jm Of JHt
tatnt s
Drive Toward Peace Needs
the Zealot
f ABU AUMAMOOt CMSS
if*.
Joel HBe sor.
it Mr. and Mrs
vturraj Bt o p p.
student
HE. Lee
[-High
>d pa- ion
[ot lioop 507, Boy Scouts.
rn guests attending the
rah celebration will in
pge Milton A. Weiss and
jele, of Manville, N.J.;
Is and family, uncle, of
|o, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs.
enberg. New York, uncle
Dr. and Mrs. Norman
Jewburg, N.Y., cousins;
and Mrs. Herman Erlick.
le, N.J., friends of the
By RABBI ALEXANDER CROSS
Hebrew Academy
The priesthood, originally assign-
ed by the Almighty to Aaron the
High Priest, was promised to him
and to his sons. It was only after
the courageous and heroic deed of
Pinchas against an immoral action,
that was a profanation of Goo s
Holy Name, that Pinchas gained
the reward of hereditary priest-
hood.
The House of Aaron sball carry
the banner of priesthood unto
Eternity, relates the Bible, because
Pinchas, the grandson of Aaron,
displayed zealousness and fearless-
ness at a time when immorality
and idolatry threatened the sanct-
ity of the Jewish camp. "An etern-
al covenant shall I give to Pinchas
and his descendents, a covenant of
everlasting peace," was the prom-
ise of the Almighty.
It seems rather paradoxical that
the reward for zealousness and ag-
gressiveness should be the blessing
of peace and that the person who
has just committed such a violent act should suddenly become a symbol
of peace.
I believe that we have an erroneous conception of the word peace
and of the person representing the image of peace. To us peace is syn-
onymous with the characteristics of understanding, love of fellow man,
willingness to compromise and possessing the ability to be flexible and
diplomatic when expediency demands it
No doubt that the priestly family dedicated to service and to bring-
ing about peace in the Jewish camp must be endowed with some of these
human qualities.
The Torah, however, requires another trait of the priestly family.
The image of peace is not complete without the quality of the zealot.
The true peace lover must seek peace as a zealot, and he must be ready
to fight for peace as a zealot. Whenever an evil arises in his camp, he
should not seek to compromise, but with fanatical zeal he must, like
Pinchas of old, be ready for self-sacrifice in order to destroy and erad-
icate this wickedness.
Perhaps this is what the rabbis meant when they said that Pinchas
.he Priest and Elijah the Prophet are identical. For Elijah is known
hroughout history as the symbol of over-all peace and the person who
will bring about understanding between all persons and nations of the
world. This same Elijah, however, is also known as the prophet of storm
and fire, a fanatical, uncompromising zealot in his pursuit of noble,
ethical and moral standards for his people.
This should serve as a lesson for all leaders, for all those who pre-
ume to don the mantle of national and international leadership. How
learly we see the eternal truth of Torah when we realize the sordid re-
sults and total ineffectiveness of the compromises of our peacemakers,
pacifists, appeasers and good will ambassadors.
Those who represent the image of peace should realize that evil.
ye it in the shape of a Nasser, a Khrushchev or any other vicious form,
nust be dealt with uncompromisingly, fearlessly and unconditionally.
)nly then will we achieve a lasting and enduring peace.
*^J\now Ljour fas Sleep-Out
rest YMHA Camp Kadi
sleep-out at Greynolds
week. Campers spent the
evening participating in
(hikes, cook-outs and camp
uuthwest Branch of the
Miami Jewish Community
[is under the direction of
lillstein. Herb Jacobson is
director.
CfcoBfer Meeting
iy chapter of B'nai B'nth
held a board of directors
at the Deauville hotel on
evening. Mrs. J. Feldman
charge of arrangements.
Iti page if prepared in ca-
po* with the Spiritual Lead-
the Greater Miami Rabbin-
Rabbi David Herton
Coordinator
coMTtuauTOas
Rabbi David He
ilei and Germ of Wisdom
I Rabbi B. Ltoa Hurwitt
Know Tear Heritage
A/ho war* tha Nefhinim maertiened
in the Book of Ezra?
They were Temple servants of
ilaves given by King David and
he princes to assist the Levites in
their Temple work. They were nat-
iralized foreigners.
A similar service was rendered
n earlier days by the Midianites
and subsequently by the Gideonites
n the days of Joshua.

?Vhet is the "Shewhread" In tha
Tabernacle and in tha Tarns'tat
It consisted of 12 loaves of bread,
'aid in two rows and displayed on
a table in the Holy Place before
he Lord. The bread was changed
every Sabbath, and the old loaves
were eaten by the priests.
The table on which they were
placed was made of acacia wood
and overlaid with gold. It had a
ring in each corner for the rods
by which it was carried.
The Table of Sbowbread of the
second Temple was carried off by
Titua to Rome in 70 A.D.

_ are Hie Palaahaa?
They are a tribe of black Jews in
Ethiopia. They apeak the dialect
of the districts in which they live.
Their knowledge of Hebrew is very
scant They claim deseeat from the
tribe of Levi.
In 1904. Jacques Faitlovitch
made his first visit to them, as a
result of which a modern school
was organized for them at Addis
Ababa.

What ia a Sabra?
It is a native-born Israeli. The
word "Sabra" means a cactus,
prickly on the outside, but sweet
on the inside.

What is the meaning of "Aliyahf"
The word means "ascent" and
refers to immigration to Israel. In
the synagogue, it means "going up
to the pulpit," the honor of being
called up to the Torah.

Was Alexander tha Greet a friend
er a tee ef tree Jewish paaplaT
He was a friend. He appreciated
the value of the Jews in his world
empire, and granted them many
political favors.
.
Who was Uriel Aceetef
He waa a rebel against ritualis-
tic Judaism (1900-1047). He was
a son of a Marano, who after the
death of his father, moved with
his family to Amsterdam to live
openly as Jews.
By denying belief in the immor-
tality of the soul, Acosta ran coun-
ter to both Jewish and Christian
concepts. For this be was arrested
and fined.
Later, he waa pot under the
"Great Ban." He could not live un-
der it, so he yielded to a public
confession of error. Following that,
be wrote an impassioned sketch
of his life and shot himself.
S.
e r v i c e 0
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carjyle avo-
Orthodox. Kabti Isaac Ever.
C7*.e 1U*AeJ
anshe emei. teas aw ittn ava.
Conservative. Maxwell Silberman, i
president, i
CTH DAVID. (436 SW 3rd ava. Con
eorvative. Rabbi Yaabov Roeenbere-
Canter William W Lipson
CTH EL 800 SW 17th avo. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomtr Aehlff.
CTH BMETH. 12250 NW 9*0 eve.
Conservative. Rabbi David w. Her-
eof!. Cantor Hyman Rein.
Friday S:lu p.m. Guest speaker: H-
kel Ijii-r-. director of the Florida of-
fice of the American Jewish Cona-reae.
y"nt:>rdm 9 p.m. Sermon: "The Human
Element In Nationhood."
---- o-----
IETH ISRAEL. 4OS0 Prairie avo. Or-
thedex Rabbi H. Lous Rottman.
CTH JACOB. 301-111 Waahington
eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern.
Canter Maurice Mamchea.
Friday :*'< p.m Saturday 8.30 a.m.
Sermon: "Reward for Bravery."
e
SETH RAPHAEL. 1SS NW 3rd ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Levitan.
ETH TFILAH. *36 Euclid ava. Or
tnodox. Rebbi Joseph E. Rackovaky.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 408
loth it. Orthodox. Rebbi Chaim
KaHlnoky.
CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW lath at., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
OADE HEIOHTS CENTER. itlSO NW
End ave. Coneervative. Cantor Eman
uel Mandel.
eXAGLER GRANADA SO NW Blot
pi. Conservative.. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred irnetein.
Friday 6:4.', p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 8th it. Or-
" thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.

HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
OREOATION. 1150 W. 88th at.. Hie-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3176 SW 35th
tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louia Cohen.
KNE8ETH ISRAEL. MIS Euclid avo
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfietd-
Cantor Abraham Self.
------o
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
Itei SW 12tt evo. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschsll Saville. Cantor Joseph ,
Saliman.
Friday 8:50 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
MONTICELLOPARK. 184th at. and !
NE 1tth eve. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Lipschitt. Cantor Ben.Zion I
Kirachenbaum.
Friday 8:45 p.m. Saturday 8.45 m.
Bar Mltxvah: Hana, son of Mr. and j
Mm. Bernard Marks.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram- j
owitt. Canter Edward Klein.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan.
Fliday 8 p.m. at I'nlflcd hide. Z300
NIC 171st st Boimuti 'BacrM
Expression of lxive." Saturday 9 am.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5850 N. Kendall
GEMS OF WISDOM
A little boy. before hu departure
for Sunday school, was given two
merles by his mother, with the in-
struction that one he should tue for
refreshments, and the other for
charity.
On the way to echoes, as he
linx'ed the tuo coini. one nidrel
rolled" out of the palm of his hand
and disappeared into the jeteer
The little boy looked heavenward
and said. "God. there goes your
nickel."
MORAL: We too, in time of
financial revertei. tend to reduce
our charitable commitmenti. as the
first retaliation, rather than de-
priving ourselves.
JU
rew
,on\eration
irr onas
'#> ii^H'J tra^lnn n
na-pT "nnn .aJns'n ift?1?
t i -: : i I
-T- in-rias pk *rn p-osn
T I V T r I
totfK dj? irr D'pni tr^n
wvw .na-aoa mean ^a
Tl- TtJ T,
n^xa mas nsaato crytfm \
T T 1 T 1 T
rrso-iaic1? paf) tray?
.jiatfm rnas? ib1?1? na
-"n nria m t iDen-ir'aa
isin n^apa ixai ,rrfo
303 o-iDan *7a "?inai;j
.nnrra nnij^ na
TM |
(mbvt rnas ma rorartna)
r t\ n ,- a
rEMPLE BETH AM. M50 N. Kendall ro a|CI ATlAil
dr., S Miami. Rsroem Rabbi HerbeM IKAHilAllvH
Vaumaard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
1840 Pclk st.
Rabci Samus'
TEMPLE BETH EL.
Hollywood. Reform.
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe at Coneervative
Rabbi Samuel Leror. Cantor Erneei
Schreibee.
Frlr"a.. H p.m. Quest speaker: I-ouls
A <"harnow. Saturday 9 am".
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas*
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronieb
Cantor Davlo Convhter.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd avo. Conservative. Rabb1
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross
Kara,
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washlne
ton avo. Censervetive. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman. Cantor leraal Reich
Frl.lay :30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Wookiy Portion."
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 117 NE 18th at
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornatoin.
TEMPLE JUDE.. 3SO Ratormo ave
Liberal. Rebbi Morns Shop. Canto*
Herman Gottlieb.
TEMPLE NR TAMID. SOth at. ant
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tredl
tlenal. Rabbi Euoens Labovita Can
tor Samuel Comber*.
Friday 4:45 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. ISISt
NE 18th avo. Reform. Rabbi Bennc
M. Wailach.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Conajreerants to par-
ticipate In the absence of Kabbi wa1-
lach. who is on vacation. Sermonette
by Sam Bloom: "Have FrICay Evening
Services Failed?"
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. **
Flamingo Way. Conssivatlvs. Rao
Loo Holm.
TEMPLE ZION. S7S0 SW 17th a*.
Censervativs. Rabbi Alfred Waa-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
TIFERETH ISRAEL SMM N. Mlam
avo. Cantor Albert Giant*.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Joel Lester, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Tropp. Rev. Edward
Stock to officiate.
TORAH TEMPUE. 1*54 Woet avo
Zabarim Together With
Now Immigrant*
First of all Rachel taught the in-
habitants to read and to write.
After a while David stopped work-
ing in Jerusalem and together with
his wife established a rural educa-
tion center for the villages of the
neighborhood. Sixty inhabitants of
seven villages come twice a week
to Even Sapir to study Hebrew and
arithmetic. In the school there is
also a high school class and here
the working youth of all the vil-
lages of the neighborhood receive
special lessons.
(Published by the Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casssl.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13080 W. Divio
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Okolice. Canter Morris Borejor-
Friday 8:15 p.m. Joseph Rosenfeld,
president, to deliver a sermonette in
the absence of Rabbi Okollca, who la
on vacation. Saturday 9 a_m.
e
YOUNG ISRAEL. S80 NE 171st eL
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
2AMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 2a-
mara ave. Conservative. Rabbi BL
Leon Hurwitt. Cantor Meyer Qlsaar.
CAN0UUGHTmG TIMl
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' rridY. July 15. J
Browsing With Books:
By HILARY MINDUN
A Satirist's Novel View of 'Non-Zionist' Israel Today
LOOK BACK, MRS. LOT! By Ephraim Kishon.
Translated from the Hebrew by Yehanan Gold-
man. 239 pp. Tel Aviv: N. Tversky Publishing
House Ltd.
"THIS BOOK," writes 35 year-old satirist Ephraim
Kishon. "is a bold and unprecedented experi-
ment: it proposes to draw a picture of Israel without
filling in with Zionism." From this perilous flouting
ot rules. Kishon advances, pen in har 1. to a greater
crime: aided and abetted by his translator. Yohanan
Goldman, he aims at Israel and lets fly with a merci
Jess barrage of barbed humor.
To wit: "It take> the average new immigrant 3-4
years on the outside until he is able to ask passers b\
in fluent Hebrew: Could you please tell me what is
the time, but in English' ." And "many things can
be found easily uj IsraeL.but streets are not amow
them." The young sabra "is an exact incarnation of
the Nazis racial ideal, except that he is somewhat
blonder and taller While in Europe the fathers
dreamt of a Jewish State, the sons dream of a trip
to Europe."
But these tidbits are merely tossed in during
the introductions to the more extended jokes which
form the chapters. Kishon. who was undoubtedly
born with tongue in cheek, spares nothing govern-
ment, doctors. Israeli poker, social workers, super-
markets, commerce, crossword puzzles, all and
others are subjected to the most delightful waggery
It is really an excruciatingly funny book. One
word of warning: it must be taken in small dost-
PROFITABLB HOURS
On the "pornogmphy" of Amman m.
-irtu of those miserable products and [<
:hem around. DSInnWesi icorn on out facet II
J mch obvioui/v frolic picturrj interest
. nr people e\ en for a momtnl .
A few hours, passed profitably in thit manr.
Look Back. Mtt, Lo*!
'",,'|,*i '".'.."-ilu' m (.".:
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
The UN Outdid Itself in the Eichmann Case
United Nations
THE UNITED NATIONS has reded]
to a basic concept. Fur-
N- tk< D that stand
.-i relation to the Jewish
(Isc may hap-.
I -r. 1960 must go down!
United Nations :
ler memories of the l^'^f
me when anti-> -n.,''...
ice and | re the harv
Of all the Unit) V
' -poken up
( try, v. hen the i .iring
.i the halt vlVal
(: % d Jews and Get u -the
The Suhconimis.ion on Prevention of
fa KM ties pulled no
minced no vw,r udice in general, hitting hard
t at in >n particular.
The Subc --., rerort and resolutions went to
the group's parent body, the Commission on Human
Right> Muting at the Geneva headquarters of the
'nil Commission not only adopted the lower unJt'i
it(omm of anti-Semitism.
Now the topmost organ of the United Nations the
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Impact of B-G's Trip
Jerusalem
pRIME MINISTER Ben Gurion s visit
to France. Belgium, and Holl.-md
has served to focus attention on Israels
relations with Western Europe. Mr.
Ben-Gunon has not disclosed much in-
formation as to the content of his talks
with the West European leaders moal
important of which were his two meet-
ings with President Charles de Gaulle of France.
inv.^'eVei, "e ma?' review ,he P^ems and Issues
invohed in Israel s relations with that part of the world
and presumably arrive at a fairly good assumption as to
SL?,U^kC. dl!Cussed- To commence with, one should
admit that Israel i West European orientation" is not
entirely a matter of choice The question of "international
orientation raised very lively discussion in the early
years of this country s independence. First, there was the
idea Of neutrahty-at a time when Israel was still receiv-
ing political and even military aid from the Eastern blue
Cially from Czechoslovakia. during the War of Inde-'
pencence and the months that followed. Later the idea
of "non-alignment waj devised to convey brae!', desire
to be friends with both East and West withoul Mr
manent member (f either camp
h,,' fomanee between Israel and the
boc faded r:, ,e-dependence on the West-partic
Nex X ti, ""' mrc and mor- SEE
*ixt. the idea of "inh
but somehow. lt did r. wrk out then. eUlJ
gresH-ely almost by elimination. Israels orientation ,.
more and more toward the West. NaturalK.
aZVZ* V reJflCC,i0n b'h of ,he friendship of the
iarlpt ?.^hPle 3nd e0vernme" "> "f 'he fact that the
Iv .;. i And >ndeed. the main financial and. to a great
extent, also political support for Israel during her "rum
However, when Nasser embarked on his Pan Arabic
adventures. ,, was primarily Western Europe second Sly
to Israel, whose interests were endangered The L'nn>5
fh. ehinma'n,amId a ra,her ""biguous attitude. Wh
the chips were down. Israels allies proved to be the W>si
European countries.particularly France, as Je Sin." cam
tPhe*LSreK ? Vy ,heref0re assume! that one of
the main subjects of Mr. Ben-Gurions talks particular^
in Pans, was the Middle East situation and u? pracS
the meaning of the S^'AS^SSS in the
area and its meaning for israel and for the West
Security Councilhas tone full way. The several indict-
ments of Nazis and Nazim. the most passionate tributes
to the 6.000,000 Jewish victims of the mass-murder
tern carried out bj Hitler were heard in the Security
Council. Some delegates, like the representatives ol Ai
Una and Tunisia, were interested in proving that "some
> D4 sl friends an J< a mdemning the
aust. But even they did not dare refrain from their
concern for human rights ,r the restu
- unanimi
happened during the two days of debate on Ar-
onnection with the
". Mis. i;. ids Heir, hru I I
' < movin that visibly affected every
body in the Council Chamber. When Mrs. Me.r-her voice
her throat choked, her ghonlders shaking
with emotion uttered a cert:,:-, memorable H. hr. m
- "'' a man h ml boiled dip-
lomats who did B did not swallow hard
Am Maamiri Be'emur... Pt -ma Beviai HaMaasnlab."
Those were the Hebrew words pronounced in the Secuntv
touncil by Mr Heir. And -he translated: "I beleive
wit* perfect faith in the coming of the Messiah." Those
were the words, she told the assembled .-i.plomats "that
led in the hearts and minds of the six million on the
ay to the crematoria."
Young Bohdan Leuandowski. the new Polish Ambas-
r^^ll- *"S *?rha ,he most eloquent of all the Coun-
oil members on the subject. Even the smirking Arab ob-
er, crowding the chamber blinked their eyes when he
SiSTSXml humani,> >"" H ->aked with the
Mood of six million victims of Nazi cruelty On our land
Seshofadnena,hnd, "" 2ff*^ rpan,zed "um^-S'fSS 1
wf.z LuT Tntl!! nly Ule co"<-entraion of Ausch-
ficiency "nCk aS ** knWn f0r rues"e ef-
eraiions from Se scourge 07war 'Mf, Z?**" e"-
<.n,e has brought umold^To^kinV"'" '" ^ 'lfC"
as with all good things, too much at cne time cm
make you sick "'

LET'S BE HUMAN. By H.rry Ploischman. 1W a.
New York: Oceana Publications, 8C Fawrth Avej
Director of the National Labor Service of the
American Jewish Committee, Harry Flejfcet
formerly labor editor for Voice of America an. ,',
campaign manager for Norman Thorn a > Th. ,l
is a compilation of his "Let's be Human" co L
which appear in over 100 labor papers. Ger' ,i|v
ncerned with brotherhood, with civil hi
and with anecdotes which reve." m
i' ress or backsliding on all of th
ook has many good quote., and much
that is both interesting and i.:formatr.e. but also
-ncluoes much that seems totally nmaneoti not
;he book's purpose, but to anvil
ton
Panorama:
_Ji DAVID SCHrVARTI
Presidential Humor
CPEAKING OF POLITICS and J
** isn't at this time of politica! ^onves
ions-1 have been reading an int-reMisi
.ook it goes back long ayo to the dan
f President Cleveland but polin.-s uai
ike technology or medicine. It doess]
hange much.
The book I refer to is tne autobiogn-
.>hy ,f Adolf M. Kraus. who ir. his
was best known among Jew. as head of the Bn-i Bra
na^v I nurlVM n party i Illmois, a prominent lawyer of Chicag, andl
publisher of one of Chicago's newspapers.
an,.'! ,Wa7hVimo ,he Worlds Fair *" Chicago, m II
and CUvcland came to Chicago for the exposit:
being mtroduced. Cleveland said to him, m7 &aus I
seems to me I have met you before '
hetaMn,thJ,!5 neVTr ?* eye on c'veland before, but M
idrn i,- bef",radlcl(d for trivial reasons. "Mr PreJ
2 ,h* M,d- >;ou ".ef Executive of a gr3
Of S whCh k" JKdgl Gresh"m' CleveJand'! ireffl
uriVrr^r he had 8ome Pnti"l contscts
ber and r. > !Sh""l esCOr,ed him ,0 < chaal
SeVvears we hS 8"d: "Mr Krau' h ,s il ** "
uuse years we had never met*"
the rmS^:.8."" h,ding *' Vlew ,bat ^ P^sidentdj
louarea verv K llWiys "*M- id: "' Preside.
ana ?n!ni\ .H iT m"" Y0U h"ve to with a lh0
e'^llmrourfai/ur^o Tee" .^Sy m"n' "d ** l >*
Off the Record
r____________By NATHAN ZIPRIN
id Dr. Wise Really Found AJConaress?
CENT ASSERTION? h .v.---------------_ **
RECENT ASSERTIONS that th.
7 '"'' Dr Stephen S.
fie founder of the Aoertcan let
Ufa Con
ber of inquiries from
From an examination of a vail
lent concerned about t.'
able records and from
Oons People ho stood L
io tne American Jewish Cnmi.., i
he term ^JS^^SSS^ "*
dose to him in cn d,v,S Sw wn.man.KWho WaS
were many occasions wnea rir L ,h!L,here
founders to sever., I of th/nJl lav* credlt "
bon was presented under the w.?^ V*' reso,u-
Syrkin. B. Zuckerman and H%f'a /nSd"^ D'
It was almost two years *. Wise en-
K ^rr" Subsequently, he was joined
like Lou i ",h,TS A W< time men
Zuckerm'n ,nnkv,KBr <"<*<". Dr. Syrkin. B
;.SHo create" en",? had a,rpdy >ccn workin,
reate sentiment for the idea. Helpful ...
m ire voun' m.C ^ """ "'n,'nl ~ ob
"nd Yf,;hSWJOBrner8 in ,he ,lnd' Dvid Ben-
prel minarJ ell Be" Zvi "*fS. when the
tbroreJic.l n^ Tf *""} M "< the finest
^."es AMha^",\Z r ^ mV-,aent ttd "* 0,>
ready been ? "" Congress committees had ai
Md ft was ,h. h *.d '" dlfferent P* the country
made ud thl l2e,'tM frm ,hw nmittee. "'
The f r^,"nmar> ron'"ence.
'"" wss N.h;;'cr.m,an of *< Congre*. Orgixa-
of the cw! ? T1 sr' and ft President
whl iLw?/!I s lt"U w" Juft iuliaa W. Mack,
Pa- S^7" of JegwuhUSlg.,M,. in'
P-rmanem b.siT Mr ""11"" ****" w '
o>nt After ,-' w Strau* be^me iU first presi
Or W, ,'nUn,ber ^ V he was succeeded by
troublesome M-.t"* fr brief inter,ud' ln ^
* preTdenf h'eM TJL1"' ^ Be"'"d S D-U*
irttagutahe7c.Pair "^ UO,U CloS* '
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rJuly 15. 1960
+Jmlsli ncr/dlian
Pag* 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
\- Ml.
m
NOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
IS HKRL'KY GIVEN thai
ndei the flitl-inus nmii |i|
-:u APARTMENTS at 115
Mild n tin* m nil Hi, i i, ,!,
mi.inn. i-i.i intends
nil 'loot*. ,.f i Mil.- County,
MRS .hi.ia MOODKR
[lor Jul
I M.JUfeH-l.i
iai
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ho
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ch
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m\
NOTICE UNDER
7ITIOU5 NAME LAW
IS HF.'RERY GIVEN that
signed, desiring to engaite Ii
Die fictitious imni.....
Resto f"md products
" (ill :. Miami B< ... h
r Is t. I .'Ki-ii i mjiI.I n mi..
."lerk of cli.- ('In nil rourt of
HIV. I .1 1,1 ,
ORE ENTRRPRIHES. inc.
Fla Corp.
i.\iii.AMn:i:
,>r Appl can I
ltd Ml um Beach
VIM. T -1 -*-!.-.
rWMO
Y HENRY LEONARD
LORI
E BY PUBLICATION
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
M JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
A IN AND FOR DAOE
TY. IN CHANCERY.
No WC 6841
IARim;i:,
f.
I K HARPER.
bin
FOR DIVORCE
iM B. HARPER
Ifnkaow ii.
IA.M U HARPER are
-.1 III il a Kill of Com-
11.1..ii ,- Ii is hern filed
and >ou are reipiircd to
of your AiHu.r ..i pi.-a.l-
iilll of Complaint on tha
Btorneya, kii'MMiiMi \
< in.' Llm ..In Road Rulld-
Bea.h. Florida and file the
*'" Or Pleading In the ..f-
?lerk of the I 'hinlt Coul i
* the 2nd day of July.
fail to do so, Judgment
III be taken against you
demanded In tha Kill of
"What shall we do? 90 people showed up and
we only have 88 Honor Plaques to hand out!"
i>
r- ~ IL-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. W43*5
HAZEL terrfjli.
Plaintiff,
ANNIE IIANITA P NEVVTo.N.
Defendant. *, .. .. .
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANNIE .11-ANITA P. NEWTON
iiikn..,. n
Residence unknown
TAKE NOTICE thai you are reoulr-
.I to file youi answer to compel nl
filed iiKalust \..u ill the at.>.ve matter
wiih tin clerk ..f the court on or i-
fore the 1st day of Aiis-ust, laii i. anil
a copy thereof upon Herman T
IhIs, UtO \\ F'iagler Slr.-.-t. M
"li.ri.lM. all..in.i f.,r the Plan.lift
othejrwlae default will he enter.-.1
against you.
Dated this Nth day of June, !
J. I- Mct'RABEN, Clerk
Civ il Ci.iii i of Re. ..id
is.-.ill B) JAMES HENKON,
Depot) Clerk
7 l--1:.--;
LEGAL NOTICE
fives-1
toft
agn\
rip
raQ
id i
chaii be pnbllehed om .
four ii.iis.-.'iitive week*
,'INII F*LORIDIAN.
I> ORDERED at Miami,
Jim day of June, A.D.
.EATllllllMAN, Clerk.
Irt, bade County, Ki..ri.la
II.. : I. KNBEDBN.
Deputv Clerk
/I4. 7/1 1-15
nc
m
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late]
tre
jihI

laij]
tkj
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Mil
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,i J
TICE UNDER
OUI NAME LAW
HEREBY OIVEN that
-irina to engage in
r the fictitious name .'
ET M.s CO. at 2783 N.W.
Tlve. Miami. FTa hV
t ., ,i name with the
Circuit Court ..I lu.l.
Ida.
EM Ml 1.I.ANKY
riNfi ISICiiKK
(. iii siren
UKherti Zalac
Atipli. ants
Rldf.
i'ti. 7'i--ir.
UNTV JUDGE'S COURT
SFOR DAOE COUNTY.
DA. IN PROBATE
No. 47S80B
ate of
HISKNSlfAT
;E TO CREDITORS
.nd Persons Having
r-mauds Against the Bald
_ach of you are hereby no-
in Order of Admlnlaiiat ion
hae been entered In this
'the Honorable Prank K.
'r the 3rd day of June. IMS
ish value of the aald estate
rhoiis.iii,l Six Hundred and
., Dollars ($:'.622.nii). and
Jwaa aH.'lsiied to SVI.VIA
|AY. whose addreas Is 31
Avenue. Coral Cable*.
ly. Florida.
required to present any
payments which you oi
rou m.i have anainst the
)KM OEKBNBWAT, late of
|j. Florida, to the Honor-
f Judee, of bade County,
Sthln H calendar months
kte of the first publication
claims or demands to eon-
jil address of Ihe claimant
to ami presented as afore-
aame will he harrefl. nur-
ctlon 7U... 10 Florida 8tat-
^T Miami Beach. FloHda.
of June. 1S0.
UV1A OI58BNBWAT
tl'S
the Estate of
Aay
Road
K
6'!4.7/l-< 1".
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF FLOR DA IN ANO FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. aoc WM
ANNA OOUDtlTBlN,
Plaintiff.
vs.
ABE aOI.DaTlfllN.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ABE OOUDRTEIN
Von. ABE "IDI.KSTKIN. are hereby
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
rNvoroe has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve .. cop>
of your Answer or Pleudine to the RUT
..f Complaint en th plaintiffs Attor-
ney. l.EKOWITZ ANI> KELLER. 70
Eirsl Street. Miami Beach, Kiorida,
and file the orlxinal Answer Or Plead
Inn in the nffi. of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court in or before the :".'th
day of Juh. 19R1). If you fall to do so,
Juilxmenr. nj default will be taken
BJjalnal >..ii for the relief demanded in
ihe Kill of Complaint
DONE AMI oRHETtEO at Miami.
lion.la. thla Ul I.' of June. All
i: I! LKATHERMAN. Clerk.
Cir, uit ..inn Kiorida
(M-al) By: N. A. HHVVKTT.
Deputy Clerk
LUHOWm KELLER
71* First Street
.Miami Reach. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
T/l--.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREKY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrlnu- to enKaice in
business under the fictitious name of
CAPITAL FACTORING COMPANY
i not I no.) at Dade County. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
WM. 1 (lfil.li. Si'i
WINNIE M.M'i'I'S, .-...
VON ZAMFT KRAVIT7.
Attorneys for Applicants
l7 Lincoln Road
7/1-
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undnrslKned. deslrlmt to emcatce in
husiness under the fictitious name of
THE TRAIL MARKET at 5*10 b'.W. Bth Btreet,
Miami. Flnrldt Intend to re*lier salt)
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Lolls AREU, S0% Owner
KRNKStina AREC Owner
OOl OMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for lleni.-trants
West Flakier St.
Miami. Florida
7/1 -H-l". -:.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 60C 58S5
. ii \i:i.i:s w k'ih-h.
Plaintiff,
ann \ i: KOCH,
I 'el'.-n.lant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANNA i: Kl h '||
612 Ros.- St.
ii.ii 11-1.in n. Pennsylvania
Yon. ANNA K KOCH, are hereb)
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
Dtvoroe hna boon Mled asain.-t you,
and you are roQUlrad t,. s.-r\-, a ( ,|.\
..I your Answer w Pleading to the Kill
of Complaint on th. plaintiff's Attor-
neys. iMil.DMAN A 1 il.DSTEIN. and
file the oiujlnal Answer or Pleaditnc In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on .r i-f<.re the Inth das of
,lul>. I MO. If you fall to da .-.. ju.l-
m*-nt h> default will he taken avainM
yoil fm the i.-Uef demanrled In the Kill
of Complaint.
This notice shall he publish.-d ,,n,
.each rek for four consecutive -\e.-us
I In THE JF7W1HH F'I.iiridian
DONR AND ORDERED il Miami,
Florida, ilu- 22nd day of Jane, AD
IMS.
i: B. LEATHERIIAN, Clerk.
Cln in Court, Dade count*. Florida
loeal) K>: N. A. HBWKTT,
DeiiTHj Clerk
OOLDMAN (KH.DSTKIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
IMS W. al Flaaler Street
Miami, Florida
.. _'>. 7 :- IS
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*Jen 1st ihridiar
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
IHal Fit 3-1605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 6215
\l VOGIE WILLIAMh',
I'laioilff.
KiiKEltT Wll I.IAM-
i lefendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
T<: ROBERT W U.I.T v.M>.
lence I'nknow n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIEIED that
a sun for divorce has been filed
against yov and you are required to
aorvi > sop) "f your answer or plea I-
inK to th. t'omplainl for Dlvor
the Plaintiff attorney, J. i'AVio
I.IKI'MAN. _'i> SIC First Avenue, n
Miami Florida, anil, file the original
In the office ol the (Terk of the cir-
. i i Court on .r baton the th day
of Auaust, I MO, otherwise, the alle tions of s:.id Complaint for Divorce
wil! l- taken as confessed by you.
Dated 'hi> 1st day of July. A.D.,
II.....
.1 nAYlli
i: K I.KATHKRMAN
i lerk, Cln ill i 'ourt
B> : K M LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk
IKRMAN
V PUBLICATION
4CUIT COURT OF THl
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DAOC
IV. IN CHANCERY.
Jsa. SOC sau
'ILCIE pf:rf:e
irco raain,
/>OR oivortCR
Marco Perea
Well Crescent
lllls, L.I.. N.Y.
eh notified that a Bill
for Divorce hai been
I you. and you are requl-ed
OOP] of your Answer or
the Bill of Complaint on
's Attorney, and file the
_ver or Pleading In the nf-
|Clerk of the Circuit Court
the ath dav of July. I9W.
Fto do so. judgment by de-
I taken against you for the
nded In the Bill of fom-
_, shall be published euro
insecutlve
[WISH I-MHUDIAN.
D OR"Hl'D at Miami,
tlst day of June, A.D
Ilhatherman. Clerk
lurt Dade Count > I
B> N a HEWITT.
Deputy Clerk
lafUROEF
ntiff
[Ria I
Mi 7/1-1-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO CIALCIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No -oc sam
KITH L. Ill a KIM.
Plaintiff.
ICRWIN A. BI.OOM,
^Iefeiidant.
NOTICe BY PUBLICATION
IX >: EKWIN A. B[XK>M
16.'.20 Sunset Boulevard
Pacific Palisades. California
Yon. ERWIN A. BLOOM, are hereby
notified that an Action F'or Annul-
ment has been filed against you. and ,
you are required to serye a copy of1
your Answer or Pleadings to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's attor-
ney. LEONARD H Rt'BlN. Metropol-
itan Bank KulldM.R. Miami 32. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ings In the office of the Clerk of the
fir. isi Court on or before the 8th day
of August. I960. If you fall to do so.
Judgment hv default will be taken
aainst you for the relief demanded
in the Pill of Complaint.
PONF: and ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 30th day of June. KMMl.
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade (Vinli Court House
Miami, Florida
(seal! By: .V. A. HEWETT.
Deputy Clerk
f/g-V.-tt-St
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 50.000
IN RF:: E-tnte of
JACOB MBLNUCER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agam~t Said
FJetute:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any c'nims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of JACOB MFJLNIKER deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade Coonty, and file the
same In their >f;lces in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, l-'lorlda.
within eight calendar.months from the
date of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
IVKLYN MBLNIKER, As
Executrix of the [jist Will and
Testament of JACOB MKI.NIKER
CHERBN A GOLDEN
Attorney*
107 Olvmpia Building
Miami 32. Florida.
7/i-*-is.r!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. M0S9-C
In RE: Estate of
SALLY MARCUS.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A" Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ing .Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to nreeent in> claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estategsof SALLY MARCCB de-
ceased late"of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade county.
and file the sam* In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the firat pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
burred. _
charlottf: saroff
as Flxecutrtu of th* Estate
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney
!0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ,._.
NOTICE UNOER
FICTi v AW
NOTICE IS HKRJSBY OIVEX that
thr undersigned, desiring to engage in
huslneas under th fictitious name of
FAR MIRROR A OLASS COMPANY
at !P> t Ave Miami, Fla.. In-
tend to rerlste- said nme with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County. F'
CHARLF1S FRIEDMAN
v \!tW,t.L. ROSENFIM.D
HAROLD STRUMPF
Attorney for Applicants
^.BUcayneBTvd. ,/,.,,.,,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
8. 8. PINE CO.. at 4S3-4S:. W. Flaub-r
St.. Miami Intends to register Mid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RONALD 8YMONS. Bole Owner
MARVIN I WIENER
Attorney for Applicant
IMS Alnsley Building
7/i--ir.-
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18- HEREBY GIVFIN that
the undersigned, dealrin* to engace In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL BEARING sKRVFK OF
FLORIDA at County of Dade intend*
to register said name with th- Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. _____
AL WEINF.R
Mole Owner
F;i.l KRIXIER
Attorney lot Applicant
ttO Lincoln Rd.
S/J4.7/1-1-IS
IN THI COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
Ne. 47JJS
IN RE: F>tate of
SARAH TANCTBAl'M,
DeaeaMd
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ANO FINAL O SCHARQE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
aH E f the estate of 8ARAH
TANBNHAliM, deceased: and that on
the 1st day of Angus' "n. ......>->'
to the Honorable County Judgee of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for il.striouuon
and final discharge as Executor, of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This tlst day of June. I0.
OK' hf:rbn
CHEREN A OOLOBM
Attorney*
">P7 Olympia Building
Miami Florida ,/M, 7/1.,.15
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCUIT OF
FLORIOA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 60C 6341
\1 lANH'i; RARKER.
Plain tiff.
Vs
CI.IFF'ORD BARKER,
I kefendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in ci.if'F"ohi> BARKER, tstfendant
Residence I'nhonwn
Y"'C ARC HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
.. lull ol Complaint for Divorr* Bau
been filed against you. and you ST*
required to serve a copy of rotli An-
swer or Pie iding to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
James .1 McVeigh. 14A West F'laaler
dtreet, Miami 3*. Florida, aud file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 8th day of August.
IMS. if you fall to do so. judgment
hy default will be taken against you
for tbe relief demanded In the Rill of
('om|>laM.t
DUNE AND 0RDF:RI:D at Miami.
Florida, this Sth day of July. A.D.
IMS.
B B. I.KATHKRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Cunty. Florid*
(seal) B) c P COPELAND,
Deputy Clerk
I 't-lS-ZZ-E*
Air..in. v I',,i Plaintiff
SO S. E First A\ellUe
iam. Florida
7'-ir.-K-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT OIVEN that
the tmdereigned, desiring to engage In
l.osine-s under the li.tltiou* name of
. \ i:\ EL ST. IRE No IOO at 700 N W.
r.tth Street. Miami. Florida Intend to
register aaid n.m- ith the cirk of
the I i ii I -our' ,.:' I >a.i- County,
Florida
JOHN BANNON
II.. IRENCE '' VNNoN
KEKBLER, flARR I ROTH
Attorney* f.-r Applicants
l;.'.. > W l,t Street
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKFIKY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hnslness under the fictitious name of
DC HARRY HAIRDKEHSI.-HS at 10
Ak-aaar ave.. Coral Gables. Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dam
(!oano. Florida.
ESTHER TH'iTi't.
lydia f-huf:roa
HAROLD STRl'MFF'
Attorney for Applicant
0* RIs, ayne Bldg
7/'l5-K-.'i
N COUNTY JUOOKS' COURT
OAOS COUNTY, FLORIDA
N*. 477SS-C
RE: ESTATE OF
ISAAC HOIFMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
N'YTICI': Is hereby slven that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor or the es-
tate of ISAAC HOFFMAN deceased;
and that on the 1st day of August.
IMS. I will apply to the Honorable
'ROE T. CIARK County Judge of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Fixecutor of the Estate of
ISAAC HOFFMAN, deceased.
This SOth day of June. IMS.
mu.ton r mannheimf:r
kovner a manmikomkr
Attorney* for Executor
7/S-1K--
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFIRHBY (HVHN that
the underslaiie.l. ,iesiruii{ to enaage in
Mavises* un ler the nctltlous name of
F'REl>WYN AIAKTMENTS st 29 An-
tilln. Coral Cables Intends to register
sai.l name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
frf:df:rj<- rosenthau
Bole Owner
7/*-ir.-22-2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. N6. 61C s10
flRAI'K CASAI.E SPCRJ>FrrTI.
PI.o,-Iff.
vs. \
DANIBI. BPlnRDBTW;
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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. Birthday present Barbara Rosoff and
husband Jack, who was recently ordained as a
rabbi, presented her mother, Ruth Ginsburg. with
a grandchild on the very same day as her birth-
day .. Proud grandfather Ben Zion Ginsburg
will have to buy two presents for the double occa-
sion beginning next year ...
M-old and Rita Stone had a grand time in New York, with Rita
friends she liked "Sound of Music" best of all the shows
iw Finale to their trip was a 15th anniversary wedding
[at the Americana ... ^mp""^I
i.v (Mrs. Samuel) Kling may make the movies yet She
marriage counselor husband stayed at the Essex House
i their New York vacation jaunt, with Sadie bumping into
ewis twice in the elevator there Real cute," comments
*ns Pat and Sue, daughters of the Leonard Burstens, having
time at the Howey Academy in the hills of Florida.
>
Eugene Rosenthal back from a cross-country solo flight
him to visit friends in Richmond, Washington, Chicago,
Fond-du-Lac, Wise, and Atlanta Flying a Cessna
[.Rosenthal hopped from Miami to Richmond on the first
trip Washington to Chicago and Atlanta to Miami
covered in one-day flights ... His visits were with bud-
[made while stationed in Ashiya, Japan .
^nd Mrs. Abe Eisenberg, 1060 Still water dr., have cancelled
Me6 European vacation because of his recent illness .
[executive of Riverside Memorial Chapels, was advised by
to postpone the couple's extensive travel plans for the
year, even though he's almost completely recovered.

Rita Kirschner was honored at a pre nuptial luncheon
the Algiers hotel The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and
Kirschner, 2550 SW 24th ave.. becomes the bride of Rob-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewison, 5518 SW 5th ter.,
Hostess at the Algiers luncheon was Mrs. Philip War-
2 SW 25th rd., Bob's aunt, who entertained 25 of Rita's
; close friends ...
tta De Young, of the Saxon Manor, left Wednesday for a
fand social summer First stop is Tanglewood, where
Attend the Berkshire Festival Then, off to New York
Bit with friends before going on to Interlochen, Mich., to
teachers seminar in the music colony there Finally,
| a visit with relatives and friends in Detroit, her former
fore returning to Miami Beach around Labor Day .
fcdney Naness, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Naness. 1030
Ke. will spend a ten-day vacation with his family before
Korea to serve in the Armed Forces The young MD
from the University of Miami medical school in 1959, and
MeHd his internship at the Los Angeles County General
r. He is now in Texas with the UA Arm* Medical Corps.
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hotelwoman Jennie Grossinger. brand new member of
t'reek Division of the National Council of Jewish Women,
Bar Grossinger, N.Y., mountain resort enjoying the cool
QnflB -
(Mrs. Sam) Fallick gathered her family around her to
r ?th birthday in fine style .. .
Feinberg's refrigerator bursting with snacks ....
ichael Feinberg and his friend, William Harris, jr., en
Ht Allentown, Pa., to spend their vacation here ...'
Kod Mrs. Robert Green and Elliot stopping in Easton. Md.,
Iwsins, and then on to Philadelphia and the wedding of
man and Sheila Tankin ... Of course, there'll also be
at Brandeis University before they settle down in Cape
Ir summer vacation ...
avid (Helen) Garren and son, Richard Neal, here for
to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Schwartz, of
land David's an accountant with the Jahns Corp. of
and Mrs. Murray Alstet, of 1433 Messina ave.. Coral
iterlained Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Louis Glasser.
Uy returned from a trip to Russia Bess is chairman
Armed Services Committee in behalf of Jewish service-
bestead Air Force Base, where Rebbi Alstet acts as
. Gue.-ts included Mfij. and Mrs. David Rinzler. Sgt.
Janford Cohen. Sgt. and Mrs. Arnold Levy, Mr. and Mrs.
coe, Mr. and Mrs. David Rice and son, Louis, a West
I...
wiis (Gussie) Margulies, of the Beth David Congregation
[staff, left Monday on a 15-day Caribbean cruise aboard
louth ...
i from Europe are Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Robbins, who
jfcry minute of their trip Ruth like London and Rome
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the a second honeymoon for Melvyn and Natalie FrumVes
le will stay with her grandmother in Orlando The
pins at home on No. Prospect dr. in Coconut Grove, and
JNatclie will do" New York, with his mother Lillian
[-apartment there as headquarters Lil, by the way,
jDonald Barmacks, Debby and Cathy still talking about
ful time in Central America ..
ag about town with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldman and
Coral Gables, were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldman, New-
j making their annual visit to the Beach ...
es and Bertha Sangerman looking forward to their trip
> see the Olympics ..
and Ruth Sternheim off again on another European jaunt,
[to England, France, Germany and Luxemburg.
[big night Saturday at the Miami Beach Auditorium, where
was crowned Miss Universe, saw Irma Herman there
le Dreyer and her grandson, Howard Lundy, and Simon
Me Charlotte is still in New York on a buying trip .
Beekerman, who had returned from Europe the day be-
aring with her son, Stuart And the Leonard Beldners
daughter Stanley Arkin and his adorable Jill .
ink and Helen Steinberg, and the Slack Bar Millers, David
^rm editor Edith Applebaum's son, Alan, on his firt Gotham
|p Letter to his doting mom describes an afternoon at
Continued erl Page B
^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 15, 1960
Section B
DEVELOPMENT OF A SENSITIVE ASTHETIC DRIVE
Her Delicate Artistry Emerging
By ALFRED WERNER
One of the miracles in our time
is the emergence of artists, some
of them first-rate, from a milieu
that offered them no stimulation,
no encouragement whauoever. I
refer to the scores of painters and
sculptors who were born in the
Jewish quarters of drab little
towns in Eastern Europe, far away
from museums, and among people
who usually interpreted the Jewish
religion as forbidding the visual
arts (a misinterpretation of the ban
against the worship of idols).
Many of these gifted men and
women left their home land to
seek training, but a few reached
middle age before they discovered
their inherent talents, and began
to draw, paint or make sculpture
without the benefit of academic
instruction. In this country, such
immigrants as the cloak and suit
manufacturer, Morris Hirshfield,
or the cabinet maker, Israel Lit-
wak, became famous as genuine
"primitives." but the late Sarah
"DEATH OF A POET." BY SARAH BERMAN
IW TEST ARE* TEST
Lovely Woman Scientist
Studying Cancer Virus
By MEYER LEVIN
We sat in a second floor sitting
rcom of an elegant iittle house on
Manhattan's East River. Dr. Ma
thilde Krim as photogenic as a
youthful Ingrid Bergman and I
spoke earnestly of science and of
the passionate dis-passion of the
scientific attitude. If only states-
men, we agreed dolefully, could
be governed by this stern compul-
sion towards the truth.
We talked for a while about
man's drive for knowledge. Then,
we got down to cases specifi-
cally Dr. Krim's own area of truth
the heart of the cell itself. Her
work has ranged from analysis of
the sex structure of the cell to her
rresem absorption with the analy-
sis of canctr virus. In all this,
though her laboratory is now set
i'P in the Division of Virus Re-
search at New York Cit>'s Cornell
Medical School, she is still very
much a part of the Rehovoth team,
as she has been since she came
for the first time to Israel.
Her ties with the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science are more than
professional. Arthur Krim, her hus-
band, is an active member of the
Institute's board of governors, and
the Krims. for the past year or
so, have commuted between New
York and Rehovoth. 1 had gone to
see Dr. Krim because of the subject
matter of her current research.
From all corners of the world,
there have come, in recent months,
predictions of a breakthrough in
the urgent battle against cancer;
predictions based on the new ap-
proach in virus research.

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Search
Dr. Krim explained the facts.
The nection telween virus
and cancer was established as long
DR. MATHILOE KRIM
as fifty years ago, chiefly by Pey-
ton Rous who had obtained virus
from a tumor of a chicken, and,
by injecting it into another bird
of the same breed, had succetied
in producing a parallel tumor. But
the line of investigation almost
petered out; and many attempts to
extract viruses from other tumors
gave mostly negative results. But
during the last fifty years, the vir-
us theory came up, again and
again. In 1955, two American re-
searchers found that there was a
much more active virus which pro-
duced cancer in many forms, and
in different animals. Also, it could
be maintained in tissue culture. It
proved effective in mice, rabbits,
hamsters and rats. Cancers were
produced in salivary glands, kid-
neys, bone, mammary glands hair
follicles and other organs. Foi
multitude of effects, the material
Continued on Page 4-B
Berman who truly belongs in t .s
category, has yet to be discovered
by American museums and prr. ate
collectors.
She was born Sarah Ostro\sky
in 1893 in the Ukraniman town of
Romny, the daughter of a store
keeper who was a "rara avis" him-
self, insoiar as he painted a bit
After the pogroms of 1905, be took
his large family to the United
States. He would, to be sure, h^ve
given Sarah and his other chilc.-ea
all the education they might h..e
wanted, but he was a poor grtsn-
horn, and not successful in the
New World. As a teen-ager, Sarah'
had to earn her own living (and
even to help her family) as a seam-
stress in a sweatshop. Conditions
were bad in Philadelphia whsre
she started out. and net much
ter after she moved to New York.
Guid<
But for two smiles from Fortune,
her life might have gone on ::ke
that of any one of the millions v.ho
[' ured into the Western World in
the first years of this century. But
she was lucky enough to meet and
fall in love with Levi Berman, an-
other Russian immigrant a n d a
gifted Yiddish poet the man vvho
was to be her guide, mentor and
comforter. Equally important, she
discovered her bent for drawing
and painting, and was encouraged
by her husband as well as a few
sensitive friends in her efforts at
self-expression
She read avidly and became fa-
miliar with the art of past and
present. But the only school she at-
tended as a painter was the always
changing, never ceasing life
around her, which she watched and
absorbed with a sympathetic soul
life on the farm in upstate New
York, and life on and around Un-
ion Square, in downtown Manhat-
tan, where the Bermans found
their permanent home. (Mrs. Ber-
man c.id there in 1957, but h*-r
husband remains in the apartment,
filled with memories of a happy
marr.ago. and with the hundreds
of drawings and paintings that she
ll i: him. and which he cfiers to a
world '.hat must be educated to ac-
knowledge genius in whatever
humble garment it may reveal it-
self.
No Promoting
During Mrs. Berman's lifetime,
her two cr three one-man shous
wire nit overlooked by such astute
critics as the dean oi them all,
Henry McBride, and, more recent-
. Don Ashton. The former ad-
mired bet 'untrammeled imagina-
tion," while the latter compared
the artist to a "wild flower." The
painters Jose Clements Orozco and
Joseph Stella, and the sculptor
Elie Nadelman also had high re-
gard for her work. But museums
and collectors overlooked her. In
an age in which vast pictures with-
out content and, alas, often with-
out form, are the vogue, she could
not very well compete with her
small, meticulously drawn and deli-
cately brushed works. Besides, ag-
gressiveness of any sore was alien
to her. She did nothing to promote
her cause. All she did was to draw,
to paint, to express her tender, fem-
inine fet]ings in creations that
combine sharp realistic observa-
tion with a blossoming fantasy.
Now, at last, three years after
death as quiet ard unobtru-
sive as had been her liie scloo-
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Policewomen Plan Annual Convention
Wo
We
iel Sossin. of the Blackstone hotel, pre-
the key to the official Democratic Party
ten of Miami Beach, 8th st. and
igton ave., to elected members of the
Beach executive committee. Arrange-
for the free use of the store was made by
Lebowitz, district commilteeman, who
ited Sossin precinct captain. Left to riaht
Malvin Englander, chairman of the
Beach executive committee; Lebowitz and Doris
We in stein, attorneys for the Democratic Party;
Marie Balaban, vice chairman of the Dade
county executive committee; Rhoda Lebowitz,
treasurer of the Beach executive committee;
and Mayor Eugene Schwarz, committeeman
from Surfside. Not pictured are Carl Gardner
and Rocky Pomerance.
Labor Day weekend has been |
chosen as date for the first annual
convention of the Florida Police- \
woman's Assn., it was announced
by-milll K. Singer; "Miami, associa-*
tion president.
The FPA, formed here last Sep-j
tember. is composed of women em- j
ployed in police work, including
active policewomen, traffic de- j
partment workers and others, plus'
associate and special members;
from allied occupations.
In its first year, Mrs. Siegel said,
the association signed 70 members
from 19 Florida cities, from Home-
stead to Pensacola. Each monthly
meeting of the group has been held
in a different city, she said.
A pre-convention dance will be
held this month in Pensacola as
a fund-raising affair to aid the
association's main project, giving
aid to female first offenders.
This will be accomplished, Mrs.
Siegel said, by association mem-
bers who will act as "friends of the '
court" in taking girls under their
wing, so to speak, and helping in
rehabilitation.
Mrs. Siegel is a parking meter
checker for the City of Miami
Police Department.
Other officers of the association
are Bernice Bennett, a Tampa
policewoman, who is first vice
president; Margaret L. Carr, of the
Orlando Police Department, second
[vice president; Desk Sergeant Es-
jtelle Jennings, of Sanford, secre-
i tary-treasurer.
Ambition of the association's'
I founders is to develop an organiza- j
! tion which can be of community:
service by working with juvenile.
courts. Mrs. Siegel said girls in |
the 14 to 18-year age {,rooj>t pra-
sent the most serious prdUern.'
"If they can be helpcdflfnme-i-
ately when they get ir.to trouNie,
most of theffl'nTTJe kept from
coming repeaters," she said.
A, feature of the forthctmir.R
nual convention, which will be held
at the Saxony hotel, Miami B<.
is a contest to select Florid*')
prettiest policewoman.
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JDC Schedules
Geneva Confab
By Special Repcrt
GENEVA The 14th annual
overseas conference of the Joint
Distribution Committee will oe
held Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 in the Ho-
tel du Rhone here, it was announc-
ed by Charles H. Jordan, JDC ii-
rector-general for overseas opera-
tions.
At the conference, Jewish com-
munity leaders from countries on
six continents where JDC open
will present first-hand reports on
developments in their areas.
They will meet to discuss psob-
lems of community structure, Jew-
ish education and welfare at
ices, and to plan programs to meet
current needs.
Report oi a special -committee
concerned with the future develop-
ment of European Jewish commu-
nities will be a feature of the con-
ference program.
Funds for JDC's overseas relief,
rehabilitation and reconstruct i
program are provided by the Un.t-
ed Jewish Appeal
lelson A. Rockefeller presents a New York State flag to
leaders of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organiza-
America. The flag, destined for Israel, will be included
*Avenue of American Flags" at ceremonies for the dedi-
of the $25 million Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical
at Kiryat Hadassah (Hadassah Town), on the western
of Jerusalem, on Aug. 3. Shown receiving the flag
Rockefeller is Mrs. Herman Shulman, former na-
president of Hadassah, who will head the Hadassah
lage to Israel, slated to leave New York on July 12. Look-
i is Dr. Miriam K. Freund, national president of Hadassah.
Mt. Sinai Adds
New Clinic
An ear, nose, throat clinic was
inaugurated Wednesday at Mt. Si-1
nai Hospital under the direction of
Dr. Louis G. Lytton, chairman of
the department of otolaryngology.
The clinic is the 22nd established
by the hospital for in-patient and
outpatient care.
According to J. Gerald Lewis,
president of the hospital board of
trustees, the clinic will provide
diagnosis and treatment of ear,
nose and throat diseases every
Thursday.
"The new addition to our clinic
program is the result of a conlinu-
lag survey of the medical needs of
Greater Miami," Lewis says.
"Further clinics will be established |
as the community's needs grow."
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Membcr-bring-a-member splash
party luncheon will be the theme
of a function of the Miami chap-
ter of the American Jewish Con-
gress, according to Mrs. Russell
Winer, chapter president. The par-
ty will be held at the home of Mrs.
Louis Rosenstock, 401 Almeria
ave., Coral Gables, on Monday
noon. Mrs. Samuel Rosenstein is
membership chairman.
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Opening Mall
Work Begun
Preliminary work on the con-
struction of the Lincoln rd. Mali
has begun with the crews of the
Miami Beach Water Department
installing hew'water mains and re-
moving fire hydrants from the Lin
coin rd. strip between Pennsyl-
vania and Lenox aves.
This work is being done now to
avoid delays when bulldozers begin
ipping out the center of Lincoln
rd. Aug. 1 for actual construction
of the Mall. The water department
expects their.work to take about six
weeks, keeping in advance of
crews raising the Lincoln rd. street
to sidewalk level.
. .-r* f
bar-old Shlomo Elisar, who was born on the day that
fof Israel proclaimed its independence in 1948. pre-
Hozen roses to Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Minister for
sirs, in celebration of the 12th anniversary of the
wl. Mrs. Meir visited the United States and
mtly on behalf of the 1960 Israel Bond cam-
r economic development. Young Shlomo's father.
el Elisar, works as a welder in a Jerusalem factory
nx was financed with Israel Bond funds.
More Shades of Kastner
the destruction of Hungarian Jews,
including Brand's efforts to negoti-
ate the exchange of "trucks for
Jews" F.ichmann had doomed to
destruction.
When the Mall is completed the
present flow of traffic and parked
cars will be replaced by tropical
plants, monthly flower arange- ]__________________
ments, arches and graceful foun-
tains. Trackless trams will trans \ Golden GlodtS Chapter
port shoppers and sightseers iid!
and down the length of the mile-
long shopping promenade.
Mrs. Harry J. Finke, president, Jewish Braille Institute of Amer-
ica, accepts*! check for S5.C00 from the Women's Branch. Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, as the initial
contribution toward the cost of publishing an Orthodox Prayer
Book in Hebrew-English braille for free distribution. Left to right
are Rabbi Emanuel Rackman. president. Rabbinical Council of
America; Mrs. Finke; Mrs. Allen I. Edles, national president.
Women's Branch of UOJCA; Mrs. Isidor Freedman, chairman
of the prayer book project for the Women's Branch, UOJCA.
will hold a swim party Saturday
evening. Aug. 6 at the Moongate
Newly formed Golden Glades
chapter, Order of the Eastern Star.motel in Hallandale.
TEL 1 (JTA) A new
ontro ver the extermination
f th 1 of Hungary loomed
* H iis *tob he scheduled publica- book bv Joel Brand.
; f who negotiated with Haurderer Adolf Eich
a awaiting trial in Is-
val Baurt Justice Chaim
ohen :tm MB aide. Amnoo Thai, [had sent a letter to 1 asserting that the
1 Hid Soul," contained teremes Blan for tho publisher
aid pest conference that K toxt dealing with
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oued e rear-old pamphleteer.
lalkiel G Keuaid guilty of hav-r Kastner. That ver-d a district court ver-Hng Grunewald
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fashions that make
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tare planned to reflect
self-appraising, ad-
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tes." There are
silhouette themes,
It nations.
se. soft, low-waist-
echoing the 1930's
^the figure in a swirl
jrement, clinging here,
l, swaying there. Sec-
l, tall, semi-fitted sil-
pmetimes a straight
|mes with an over-
or tiered skirt to
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always-prettyifying
of moulded bodice
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[the skirt often side-
a Renaissance por-
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[fact. It is fictionized
|of a hip band, low-
I or flounces.
iw types of soft full-
les "full over full,"
over wide box
and in deeply
topi over flaring
. The sweep-
It a t is emphatically
hion.
|tng sleeves set on a
nlder line Full
I deepy in at the sides
w but move grand-
less at the neckline
cowl folds or big
with a long looped
rer one shoulder.
bias cut and unus-
Srectional" seaming,
new pliable weaves
in fabric to show off the figure
under loosened lines. Shorter
skirts and low heeled shoes give
a leggy look; great emphasis on
sleevelessness in day clothes puts

"Full over full" overblouse
and fluid. Gold lame short
evening dress from the col-
lection of Edward Abbott.
the focus on arms. Collarless
coats, suits and dresses create an
elegantly long-necked look. Some
suits and many dresses are def-
initely curved low around the
nape of the neck, Japanese ki-
mona style.
Watch for the layered look in
tunics, tiers, flounces, over-
blouses. Flat, loosely looped
sashes in place of a belt circle
waist or hips Set in nipbands,
hem bands, double sleeves, slash-
ed overskirts. New shimmering
"colors" arrived at by laying
black marquisette over a bright
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
JAY LLOYD PURISCH
thank their many friends for their kind expressions
sympathy during their recent bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purisch
Steven and Arthur
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color Some fabrics look lay-
ered by having a highly raised
pattern in the weave.
Watch for a new side slant to
fashion One-sided drapery,
side slanting folds, side fasten-
ings on coats and dresses, side-
widened evening skirts Side-
to-side necklines, sideward plunge
to daring evening neeUines.
Watch for the long jacket suit
to lead but not quite dominate
New York collections. Suits and
costumes most frequently have
hip to thigh length jackets, either
barrelled, boxy or narrow and
close fitting.

Watch for not just clothes, but
costumes. Virtually every coat
has its matching or companionate
dress (this usually matching the
coat lining). Suit designers sel-!
dom leave the blouse to chance, I
designing a dress or overblouse
with every jacket. Coat dresses J
are important, ever for formal i
wear. The long-popular dinner
suit is stepping aside in favor of1
the festive coat and-dress cos-|
tume.
Watch for the long evening |
dress to resume its place in the
limelight, almost always accom-
panied by its own wrap. New
York designers favor the narrow
or only mildly full evening silhou- j
ette very few big bouffant
skirts are shown.
Watch for priceless fabrics even i
in the most functional clothes... I
Such opulence at natural vicuna j
for suits, three-dimensional silk
brocades at $40 a yard. 24-carat)
gold lace strewn with jeyels will
be par for the course in this Fall's
wardrobe planning Big velvet
revival a natural accompaniment
to darkening, deepening colors ]
and the regal glitter of jewel em-
broidery Kashmir, handwoven
tweed, vicuna, velour, silk-and-
wool, heavy pure silk tweeds, rib-
bed wool, wool ottoman and silky
pile fabrics for daytime very
often trimmed wRh precious furs
from c h e e t ah and American
broadtail to sable and natural
fisher.
Page 7-8
Marc Chagall (center), world-famous painter, is shown during
his visit to the national headquarters of Hadassah, where he
inspects a model of the S25 million Hadassah-Hebrew Univer-
sity Medical Center. Chagall was commissioned by Hadas-
sah to execute the stained-glass windows for a synagogue to
be built at the Medical Center in Kiryat Hadassah (Hadassah
Town) on the western outskirts of Jerusalem. The Medical Cen-
ter will be dedicated on Aug. 3. Dr. Miriam K. Freund, national
president of Hadassah (second from right), points to the spot
where the synagogue will be constructed. Looking on at left
are Mrs. Nathan D. Perlman, national chairman of the Hadas-
sah Medical Center Committee in the U.S., and Mrs. Abraham
Tulin, national chairman of Hadassah's Medical Center com-
mittee, Mrs. Benjamin Gottesman, national treasurer of Hadas-
sah. watches at right.
m
Jews in Congo Are Ill-Treated

Czech Zionists
Out of Jail
TEL AVIV (JTA) Four
prominent Czechoslovak Zionists
who were imprisoned in Prague in
1931 on charges of conspiring
against the State, have been re-
leased from confinement, it was re-
ported here. Five others, convicted
along with Mordechai Oren, Israeli
journalist, in the same "conspir-
acy" are still imprisoned.
The ten men and women were
arrested in 1951 during the period
of intense anti-Zionist, anti-Jewish
Communist activity which culmi-
nated in the Moscow Doctors'
Trials in the Soviet Union and the
trial and execution of Rudolf Slan-
sky. Communist Party boss in
Czechoslovakia.
Oron served in Czechoslovak
prisons from 1*51-54 when he
was finally released. He said
here, on his return from a visit
to Europe, that he had learned
that four of the other defendants
had been released recently.
Oren named the four as Ernst
Verna, a leader in Czechoslovakia
of the Hashomer Hatzair, a Zionist
group: Mme. M. Brzeinitzova, an
official of the Palestine Office in
Bratislava; Mordechai Stern, lead-
er of the Jewish National Fund
and of the Mizrachi Workers Par-
ty; and Adolf Reich, an'official of
the Hebrew education organiza-
tion.
Oren said that he had raised the
fate of the nine people who were
his fellow prisoners during discus-
sions with European socialist lead-
ers. He expressed belief that the
release of the four now might have
been the result of their interven-
tion. He said he would continue ef-
forts to secure the release of the
remaining five prisoners.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Con-
cern was felt here over the fate
of an estimated 2,500 Jews living
in the Belgian Congo, scene of
widespread anti-European rioting.,
The Jewish population of the new-,
ly proclaimed state is organized in'
eight communities affiliated with!
the central community in Eliza-,
bethville.
All members of the Israel dip
lomatic staff and advisers assign-
ed to the new state, about 10 in
all. were reported safe in Leopold
ville. although some of them had
been molested by insurgent sold-'
iers.
Ehud Avriel, Israel ambassador
to the republic, visited the Foreign
Minister to protest in the name of
the diplomatic corps at the treat-
ment it was receiving at the hands
of the soldiers. He was later visited
by the Foreign Minister who apolo-
gized in the name of the Govern-
ment.
Harmony Chapter Barbecue
Harmony chapter of B'nai B'ritb
Women will hold a barbecue party
at the waterfront home of Mrs. Ir-
ving Laibson, 8230 Hawthorne ave.,
on Saturday evening. Mrs. Irving
Solomon is chairman. In charge of
[reservations is Mrs. Sidney Teper.
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"Still Small Voice." television
program sponsored weekly by the
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Mi-
ami, will feature Rabbi David Her-
son, of Beth Emeth Congregation,
on Sunday morning, 10 a.m., over
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15. 1960
Jmidhrhridtian
Page 9-B
Rumania Ousts
Israel Diplomat
LONDON (JTA) The Ru
in.mi,in radio Sunday announced
that a member of the Israeli Loca-
tion in Bucharest ha.s been declared '
persona non grata by the Ruman-
ian Government and will have to
leave the country.
The banned Israeli diplomat,
Shlomo Aharon, is a Legation at-
tache. He was charged by the Ru-1
manian Government with "carry-
ing on activities contrary to dip-
lomatic standards," the Bucharest
broadcast slated. The decision of,
the Rumanian Government In out!
him was conveyed by the Foreign
Ministry to Shmucl Bendor, Israel
Minister in Bucharest.
<\ ft happily married in real life, Joanne Woodward and
"ion don't make out so well as the married couple in
Terrace." John O'Hara's story of the Wall Street
Myrna Loy and Leon Ames are also in this color
Iplaying at the Carib. Miami and Miracle Theatres.
i
"1
ir, Smith
Pops Concert
Evening
Jrlow. famed radio and
ector, will lead the
Miami Summer Sym-
|stra in a program of
tone Hour" favorites
i's fifth Pops concert
ig in the air-condi-
Beach Auditorium.
Barlow include Ken-
[>oung bass baritone
last Sunday at the
ig II Han, 19-year-old
st who will perform
"s Piano Concerto
[youthful virtuoso was
1052 by personnel of
Air Force stationed
native of Ohio now
Ride*. N.Y., is
j bringing symphonic
Iflons of Americans
arly days of radio
Ho was for many
11 director and con-
CBS "Philco Radio
fs "Voice of Fire-
PHarveat of Start."
^also directed the na-
fading symphonic or-
j including the Now
Harmonic, the Phila-
bhestra, Detroit, CM-
I more, Montreal and
Symphonies.
ill lead the Summer
Jin overtures from
fffMNftm MOT*
Strauss' "Die Fledermaus" and
Wagner's "Tannhauser." Other or-
chestral selections include Strauss'
"Tritsch-Tratsch Polka" and "Blue
Danube Waltz," and Tchaikovsky's
"Andante Cantabile for String
Quartet-
Smith will sing four numbers.
Serenade from "Faust," Toreador
Song from "Carmen," "On the Isle
of May" and "Full Moon and Emp-
ty Arms."
Tong II Han, nicknamed "Tony"
by his friends, showed musical
promise at the age of five when
his father, a member of the Ko-
rean Symphony Orchestra, gave
him his first piano lesson. In 1952,
when Tony was 11 years old, mem-
bers of the U.S. Fifth Air Force in
Korea heard the youngster play
and decided to act as his sponsors.
He toured U.S., Korean and Jap-
Rio Leader
Protests Order
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
j Dr. Aaron Steinbruch, president of
the Federation of Jewish Institu-
tions of Rio de Janeiro, protested
this week to the Federal Govern-
ment against an order by the gov-
ernor of the State of Rio Grande
do Sul for the arrest of "foreign
agents hunting Germans accused
of being war criminals."
Dr. Steinbruch, a member of
Parliament, suggested that the
Federal authorities ask Oov. Lio-
nel BrizoU why he had not order-
ed the arrest of war criminals
taking refuge in the state.
J. Chankin, chief of the political
police, said he had no reason to
believe that "foreign agents" were
hunting for Nazi war criminals in
the state.
Temple lion Sisterhood
Temple Zion Sisterhood will hold
a business and games party on
Wednesday evening at the Temple.
Mrs. Lawrence Wulkan, cultural
vice president, is chairman.
ane.se air bases, giving many con
I certs for military personnel, and
later came to America where his
teacher at the Juilliard School in
New York was the renowned Mme.
Rosina Lhevinne, grande dame of
piano pedagogues.
EXPERIENCED NURSERY
TEACHER MORNING
Jewish Center. Phono
MO 1-9845 after noon
Burt Lancaster in a scene from "Elmer Gantry," the famous
novel by Sinclair Lewis, now playing at the Olympia, Beach
and Gables Theatres. Also starring are lean Simmons, Arthur
Kennedy, Shirley Jones. Dean Jagger, and Patti Page.
&,
Vofiehoone. Tooo. "teeeprione, Benquete, rrleo,
Olnnore ... from SO to 20O0 catered In the
manner of the Diplomat... an unhurried,
over-attentive, eoft-ooofcon eervlce that makoo
on event of your occaoloak
Uour \jM(fiiiry im f
sjnvitea with rcgarda to
WEDDINGS BANQUETS
CONFIRMATIONS
and all Social Functions l I
R.S.V.P.: Mr. Arthur
JE 8-081
Arthur Budoff J*
Catering Manager MM M
400 Ft. Oceanfront at Lincoln Rd.
lusiness Mi
I
Have that *+
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Special Occasion ^
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inquel, or
ision
You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade dnd
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private port; I
tor Information!
HAZEL ALLISON
Catering Olrauler,
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1960
Ol
it u a r # e s
DO*A KLE.N
^^^L Opa-lo, ka, died
' rVTce* were In
1th Riverside Memorial
pharge of local arrange -
AdvorX ii.< luue two sons,
[Manlr..
B. BARENBLATT
fron ave.. died July 6 at
,allf. He came hire 22
roin New York, and was
enrlte station Survlv-
wlfo. Brayna; tw<, sons.
Lrmi'e; his father.
Hid two brothel i". In.lud-
piI Peach, rterv ces wan
fewman F aneial Home.
LHAM BURMAN
If. Treasure dr., died July
urn Milwaukee ten years
are four daughters, In-
Hannah Rosenfcld and
FMsenberg. Miami bcacn,
Servloa were in .\UI-
Newman Kwn. ral Hum*
l FANNIE DAVIS
Byron ave., died July 9.
28 years ago from
nn. Surviving are her
two sons and a daugh-
id burial were In Stam-
H arrangements by RIv-
1 Chav l
IfHIE QOLOSTKIN
I7ith ter.. died Julv y
15 years ago from New
K Is her son.
Bly 10 at Riverside Me-
Normandy ls.c
R.LIP BERCER
>'. st died July S. He
years ago from New
are hla wife, Edith;
eluding Sam and Paul;
Iwo grandchildren S,r-
||lly 11 at Riverside Ml
Washington ave.
IALY SCHNEE
snlst and teacher,
ovetl h. re six years sgo
11 h*th St., Surfslde. Ir-
enowned as a rnusi
Pi R*sla. an-' grard
fjal i'( r,.- ,.t St
used and la (hi
Jty of Chicago foi
From
>f the > Ainer-
ejervlcea were July f
lemur al chapel. No -
Surviving Is his wife.
ton ave with arrangements by Rlver-
I... Memorial Chadef
,0 m 'ALE**ANO-ER BUrfKE "
M, of 241 SW Mnd ave., died Julj I
Hi ame here 20 >eai* ago from New
York Surviving are his wife, Jean; a
son. Irs,; daughter. Mrs. Klayn. v.-
-hill; threi brothers, a slater and
in ee ;.'ra"dch')6rcn. a i <
July i at <".onion Funeral Home.
LESLIE GROSSINGER
18. of i Madeira ave.. Coral Ual'lea.
died July 3. He came here 13 4-ears
ago from New f( rk. and was
dent at the Conlon Private School.
Surviving are his parents. Mr and
Mrs. Abrah im Grosslnger; a brother.
BoottU and Ms maternal grand-
mother. Mrs. Fannie Feldman. feV
Ices were July 6 at Gordon Funeral
Home.
rJmistincrktiw
SAMUEL RUDNICK
78. of 7921 Abbot; ave., died lime 23
In New London, conn Me had come
her* -.ii ye*ra ago from Hartford,
. where, services Were held. Sur-
viving are hB wife. Sophie: five sens,
"ilntc J.icoh. Miami, two sis!
I Krandctiililn n
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ABRAHAM SlEGEL
TV He i
New Yuk SurUvIng are his .
l-erlha. a son. Morris; and daughter.
Mrs. Sylvia Krasnow He aiso leaves
five grand, hildicn and three great-
grandchildren Services were June 2*
,.t Gordon Funeral Home.
Pag 11-B
MRS. ELIZABETH LEAH JAFFE
75. of 185 NE 134th St.. died July :t
came here five yearn ago trom
P.rooklyn. and was a aO-year member
of the Workmen's Circle. Surviving
are a -on. irv'ng. and two daughters.
Mrs. Ruth Borok and Mrs. Betty Dan-
slg; five grandchildren and a brother.
Services were July 3 at Riverside Me-
morial Chapel, Normandy Isle.
MRS. ROSE KOLTON
Hi, of 1230 N. Bayshore dr.. died July 3.
She came here 14 years ago from
Brooklyn. Surviving are. two sons,
David and Siul; two brothers, four
xrandchlldren, and ten great-grand -
chllilren. Services were In New York,
with local arrangements by Gordon
Funeral Home.
JACK COHEN
",8. of 728 efferson ave.. died July 6,
In Falrlawn, N.J. He came here from
Kairlawn 2"> years ago, and owner of
the parking lot concession at the Fon-
talnebleau hotel. He was vl< e pres-
Idenl of the Men's Club of Miami He-
brew Congregation. Surviving a.
wife, Nellie: two brothers. Sam and
Harry; and > later, Thiie. Kervloefl
\m re in Fairlaw n.
ABRAHAM H. SPIEGELBLATT '
f I|4| MonSd ter died July 4. He
rime h^re IS >ea'S ago from N. ,
R.I. Rurvlvlpg are his wile. Nettle.
-al and two da ishters. Sir\
Jjly :. at Rivuslde Memorial Chape),
Alton rd.
RACHEL KATZ
. : sh.
fyears ar<< Ucrn New
Jam. m.i.. r f Reth Ja-
Son. Sarvjt n* are i.
l-'ann> Pere an.I Mrs
_; two sons, ir,
eac*i; ttn grandch Idren
-grandcrilldren Ser
Memorlla
ttti a\e
IKON BLOOM
Jewish religious music,
Ie llvcl at 7700 Abbott
here ten yea s ago
He was a founder
ln. of America. Sur-
rlfe, Eva; two daugh-
| Mrs. Ba-bara I.ar ..nt,
and a son Services
R'versld* Memorial
Dgton ave.
FISMER
xabeth ^t.. Coconut
He came here 22
Syracuse, N.Y. Sur-
wlfe, Sybil: two sons,
.Ml Sgt. Maurice, both
pee; three brothers. In-
Miaml; three slaters.
Horoth. S'ngerman.
grandchildren. Serv-
7 at Gordon Funeral
IAHAM LEMSON
Coral
Hi came here 1"
ago. and was a
Bui l\ Ing re two
a Lcvlton and
[Pa Irs. two sons, a sis-
[gran eh Idren
Home
S BERNSTEIN
.i\. i!1ed July
- i Jew-
A 1 le-sey be-
I t>> hla wife. Sara.
> 7 at the vv.rk-
ishing-
MRS. MARY FRIEDMAN
'i SW 1st St.. died Jun.
SBC came here 14 years aj.-o from
- vlvlng are he'
Samuel, a son. Michael; and a da
ter. Mr Fran Lever -h. tlao Ii I
. '.her. t*.. isters. and a gran.i-
Bervl el were July 3 at Rlver-
-Ide Menu111 I Chapel.
MRS. IDA MARSHALL
4 Ml NW i.9th ave died June 10.
She came here 1'. ..e.us ago from New
York. (Surviving Is her husband, Abra-
ham. Services were July 1 at Gor-
don Funeral Home.
SOLOMON J. EPSTEIN
19, of 429 SW 19th rd., w^io came here
20 yeara ago from New York City, died
29. He was a retired laundry and
dry cleaning firm operator. Surviving
are his wife, Anne; a son. Dr. Edmond
Fpsteln: daughter. Mrs. Blalr Zlra-
mett; sister and three grandchildren.
Services were July 30 at Gordon
Funeral Home..
MORRITZ KASS
78, of 1424 NE 182nd St., died June 28.
He came here seven years ago from
Newark. N.Y. Surviving are his wife.
Ksiher; a son, Nathan: daughter, Mls
Tll"e Kass: brother and two grand-
children. Services were June 29 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Normandy
isle.
MRS. IDA KREITZMAN
7. of 1MI Biarritz dr.. died June 27.
sin- came here ten years ago from
Brooklyn surviving are her husband.
I-avid; two daughters, Including Mrs
Myra Felnsteln. of Miami Beach: two
brothers, a sister, and four crandchll-
Iren. Service! and burial were In
klyn. with lo al arrangement
side Memorial Chapel
SIDNEY A. CHAPLIN
i SW :n'Ji ter., died June 36.
came here 12 yeara ago from
Wa hlngti n. Surviving are his w (
i e. sons. Ar.ti n, Sheldon
ard; -i*.. daughters. Rae
Sarah, and one grandchild
it Mt Nebo Cemetery.
with Gordon Funeral Hor r, charge
JACK CHANIN
IT, of 4".-.*, Tom ave died June 14. He
came here ten yeara ago from New
York, and was a member of the Miami
Beach Board of Realtors. Burvrt
are hl wife, Eva; two daughters. Mrs.
Phyllis Haumann and Mrs. Helen Kals-
ruan: and five grandchildren Services
were June 1 at Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Normandy Isle.
MEYER REISBERO
M. of 4480 KW 4th St.. died June 21.
A retired restaurant owner, he came
here ID years ago from Ne York. Sur-
viving are his wife, Bertha: two sons,
Wesley and Jerry; and two uian Ichll-
dren. services were In New r"ork, with
local arrangements by Gordon Funeral
Home.
MRS. ANNETTE M. STARK
54, of 1180 98th St.. died June She
came here ten years ago from Boston.
Surviving are her husband, Jules:
daughter. Mrs. Davlda R. Wyman:
and two grandchildren. Services were
June 7 at Newman h uncial Home,
tinder the direction of Gordon Funeral
Home.
MRS MILLIE SYMONDS
8S, of 1510 SW (th St.. died June 6
She came here 27 years ago from Chi-
cago, and is survived by her BUS*
band. John; a son, Maurice D.; t,wo
daughters', Mrs. Gertrude Levin and
Miss Lottie J^monds; a brother, four
grandchildren, and two great-grand-
children. Services were June 7 at
Gord4 Funeral Home, with burial In
Mt. Ni I 0 '.metery.
MRS. ANNA KLEIN
77. of 4747 Alton rd., died June 5.
?he cam- here ten yeara S(to frona
Atlantic i Ity. s n, Jor-
r)~. a member of the Miami Beacn
Itoxing Commission, and Iwi daugh-
ter, '- nd Mn
ere June 7
at Newman fPunefal
LEGAL NOTICE
a. t i. wuts
ius Nas(r*.airv-
HKR*:Y GTV1*-fBsj*
1, deslrfng to itigkgt- HI"
NOTICE UNDER
s-ICTIT OUt N
Ni-TICK IS HE
the nnderslgned,
Ousln. r Die flctllkous name oJ
Kl.nitlDA LEGAL IN VKSTICAT1VK
HKIIVFK W'W:; fl.W. 79th St.. South
Miami. Fl'.rlda Intends to register said
name with the,Clerk of ;h.- Circuit
Court i f I'adi County, Florida
CLIFTON J t'dSROT
Sole i -wni i
7 1 ".-22-29. 8/5
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undcr*lgne I, d< sir ng to engage In
business under the fictitious na"
i'KEI'IT LOAN CORPORATION
NORTHWEST at 1457 NW. 36th
Street, Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Pad, County, Florida.
CREI'IT LOAN CORPORATION
Sole Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
1(12 Congress Bldg.
___________________________7-l~.-22.2V 8/f,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKI1Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engrge In
business under the fictitloua name of
IM'N'S MARKKT at 2221 SW 27th
Ave.. Miami Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
ESTHER TROTTA
Sole Owner
HAROIJ5 STRI-MPF
Attorney for indicant
909 Blftoayne Bldg.
7/15-22-29. 8/T,
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.T OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan
PRF'F-F.RRED PROPERTIES st
Bay Hirbor Terrace, Miami Beach r.4
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SEI.MA CIPE8
T(IPKS
." '
BAM VOIZES
It, of Mil s.'. i Jim* 6
Me eras a i. tired cabinetmaker, who
hen aim
H< a a member "f Work-
men's Ci' I are his
Mrs
Esther Sapphire nd Mrs. Anna Shaw;
a broth.r. Isaac, two slaters, four
grandchl'dn n and a great-kran.'hild.
es w* re June ( at Qordon
F'uneral Home, with burial In Cbl-
cago.
MRS. SALLY MARCUS
72. of 4S26 Alton rd., died May 17. A
resident here 18 years, she came from
New York. .--.rvlvlng are her hus-
band. David, daughter. Mrs. Char-
lotte Saroff, and son. Services were
May 19 at Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Alton rd.
MRS. AMELIA SNETMAN
79, of 47 NW 32nd pi., died May 30.
She came here 30 years ago from Ma-
con, Ga. Surviving are two sons, two
daughters, including; Mrs. Charlotte
Warner; seven grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren. Services
were June 2 at Gordon Funeral Home.
LOUIS N WEISS
59. of 1750 Marseille dr.. died May 17.
A resident here seven years, he was
a sales manager for a wholesale ra-
dio and television business. Sur-Mv-
Ing are bis wife, Tessa: daughter,
Diana; son, Henbert; and brother.
Sum. Services were In Far Rockaway.
N.T.. with local arrangementa by
Riverside Memorial Chapel.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. MXM0-B
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C'RCLMT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. (OC 6690
JOHN I'OKACH.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Florida, this 11th day of July. AD.
1960.
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FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49350-C
IN RE: Erlati cf
SARAH SHERMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnsl the es-
tate of SARAH SHERMAN decesscd
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges ot Dade County, and
file the same in their o'flces :n the
County Courthouse in nty,
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from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
DIANA GREENBAIM
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Atr. rney
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Miami Bea< h. Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLOR'DA, IN PROBATE
No. 4*7*3
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Clrcull Court of Dade County. Florida.
! BRYL MARGO
Jl'Ti'K MARGo
AARON M BANNER
U Security Trust Bldg.
Miami 32. Fla
Attorney for Beryl Margo
and Joyce Margo
7/1-8-IJ-2J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF FLORDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C IS73
OLGA MARIA CORDOVFS
HBRNANDBZ, Plaintiff,
vs.
PEDRO HERNANDEZ GALLEG),
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, PEDRO HKRNANDF,/ ', .
I.F>>0, address unknown, are required
to file your answer to the complaint
for divorce with the Clerk of the aa>ove
Court and serve a copy thereof taion
Olno P. Negrettl, Attorney. 9U-11
Congress Building, Miami, Florida,, on
i before August 1. 19(0, or else m-
plaint will be taken as confer,!
Dated this 2.lrd day of June, W.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Couit, Dade County. Florida
laeal) Tty K. M. LY.MAN,
Deputy Clerk
7/l-8-li-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLCRIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 49952C
IN rf:: Estate of
JAMES KRASS1N
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A): and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
.. and each of you are hereby
nj required to present gay
claims and demands which you. or
may have against the
of JAMES KRAS'.-IN deceSs-^d
ia'e of I ;. Ie County. Florida to ;lm
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Miami, Florida
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IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 5723
'il-ORJA BARBARA SHULL,
Pk\)ntlff,
ERMAL LEE KHULL.
Di lendant.
NOTlOE BY PUBLICATION
To kHMAL LBB SHULL
Boute 3
"F-e. i" rt, Ohio'
YOU AI.E HERBBT NOTIKaED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against .you, and you
are required to serve a copy of y*ur
Answer to the Bill of Complaint
the Plaintiff's attorneys. VON ZAkii'T
AND KRAVITZ, loll Metropolitan
Hank Building. Miami 22, Florida, and
lhj original Answer In 1h. off. e
oi the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 22nd day of July, I960.
I fail to do so, judgment by
fault WlH be taken against you for
the relief sought In the Bill of Ct:.i-
plalnt
d at Miami, Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 17th day of June. 19(0.
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Deputy Oer.k
6/24.7/1-4-15
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. (OC 5705
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Oewish Floridian Combining THE JEWIiH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY B 33 — Number 29 Miami, Florida, Friday, July 15, 1960 Two Sections — Price 20 vine Corps Ousts )llower of Rockwell; mity Issue Explored pNGTON-(JTA)-The Marine Corps this week dismissed a Ronx private who had been a member of George Lincoln RockIIK;aIIed American Nazi party shortly after the question of [ Rockwell is legally sane was raised at a hearing in municipal )avid M Shoup, Marine Jarrt, ordered a "general for 22-year-old Pfc. Patsalas. an administraHk at the Marine Corps %  t Quantico. Va. The for fctains the phrase "under ^B conditions." but it is not hie discharge. Gen. Sheup Hfer a regulation permit %  Charge of enlisted persons %  tns of unsuitability." pction apparently was Bed by widespread pretests %  ecfcwell had boasted rely that he had "recruited" %  to for his anti-Semitic I Patsalas had been arrss%  fee Shore Parrel but had %  eased after questioning. Vine Cerps subsequently %  Mies had dene nothing Hlld thit the American %  y was net en the U.S. I General's list ef sub%  a g oniiatiom, although Vatic* Departme nt attar Kpf formal complaint* bar m$h and organizations. did start an investigation ef Rockwell and his group. The question of Rockwell's soundness of mind was raised by Clark Continued en Page I A ABC AlONOVrrZ ... respected civic leader Abe Aronovitz Succumbs In Miami at Age of 61 One of Miami's most influential. causes and ideals in which he be and respected leaders, Abe Arono-1 lieved. vitz, died Monday. The former Mayor of the City of Miami succumbed to a blood ailment at the age of 61. Elected to the office in 1953, he resigned from the city commission two years later on the advice of his doctors, who feared for his weak heart. But if the colorful leader was frail in body, he was powerful, determined and outspoken for the gne Attorney Says He's lling to Defend Eichmann MAC •ONDItS ARGENTINE DILEMMA PAGC It A — (JTA) — A Coey who defended many Iders in the Nuremberg losed this week he had defend Adolf Eichmann. fmurder specialist, at his g trial in Jerusalem. arney. Robert Servatius, Jewish Telegraphic Agenmade the offer in a letweek ago to Pinhas Ros Minister of Justice. not yet received word irael authorities consider ible," he added. "There question of whether I nann's approval." irney refused to a a y who had angagod his services for Eichmann but ho emphasized that he was not commissioned by either a Government institution or a public organization. He explained that ho had "offered" to assume Eichmann's defense "not for political but for purely legal reasons. "This is purely a question of protecting the legal rights of the individual," he declared. Long active both in the Jewish and general communities, Arono vitz was born in New York City, but wes virtually a native ef Key West, where he jrew up A gred uate ef Stetson University in Da I and in 1919, Aronovitz later moved to Jacksonville. In 1922, ha came to Miami. Nik Continues Sale of Arms To Arab Lands By CUSTAVE HERZOG JTA Staff Correpsondent VIENNA — (JTA) — Nikita S. Khrushchev said here, winding up a nine-day visit, that the Soviet Union will continue to send arms to the Arab countries, and particularly, the United Arab Republic, because some Western countries are continuing to rearm Israel. He told a press conference before* concluding his state visit to this I country that the Arab States need-1 ed arms to protect their "positive j neutrality" in view of the "aggresi live intentions" of the Western Powers. The Soviet leader asserted that he proposed to the Western Powers to step all arms shipments to the Middle East but, he claimed, the West only wanted to Mock Soviet shipments without halting their own arms shipments to Israel. The Soviet Union, he argued, thus was compelled to give sup port to countries in the Near East in order to preserve the balance of power. The Soviet dictator became sar castic when asked by a correspondent what Israel could do to improve relations with Moscow. He snapped back that he could not ad vise Prime Minister David BenGurion, since he believed that BenBut defeat seemed unable to dull Gurion neither sought his advice his sharp sense of civic responsi-' nor wou ld be pleased by that adbility. With a sense of ease and of vice if it were given him. jeing born to the job of leadership, He made n0 reference to rep€at ., Aronovitz espoused public causes — atte mpts by Premier Benof a worthy nature, however un, ;urion to visit Moscow and meet popular, appearing before city and with him. .-ounty meetings, as well as at open Mr. Khrushchev was infuriated His political career began in Jacksonville, where he ran for city council and was defeated. Aronovitz later sustained defeat in Miami, where he ran four times for city commission and once for the State Legislature. Continued on Page 16-A Continued en Page 6-A Ben-Gurion Raps Fulbright Report on Refugee Status JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion criticized CRITICAL OF SUEZ CANAL BLOCKADE NCIAC LISTS PREFERENCES PACE 11-A II |y Direct Teletype Wire JGELES — A Democratic (ailing for measures to alArab-Israel situation ited Tuesday by chairter Bowles of the cornresolutions and platform official platform and ted by the Democratic Ivention. Middle East we will jarantees to insure infor all states. We will The attorney, who defended among other Nazis, Fritz Sauckel, ., the Reichs Comissar for Forced I t bJS week %  recent report by Sen J W Fulbright. Arkansas Democrat, Labor, asserted that he had never o n ^ status t he Arab refugees. The Prime Minister made his cornbeen a member of the Nazi party. | rnent in replying to a motion offered by the right-wing Herat for a full deHe said "I was a common soldier bate in the Knesset on the report. Sen. Fulbright visited both Cairo throughout the war." I and Jerusalem on a Middle East tour last May. The Prime Minister denied the) statement that press censorship prevailed both in Israel and the I United Arab Republic, asserting that the press in Israel had full and uncensored freedom. He chal-1 lenged the Senator's figure of one j million Arab refugees. >te said that statistics proved about 500,000 Arabs had lived within me a rear which now comprises the Jewish State. Ho add! od that 100,000 of these Arabs | stayed put when the Arab invasion ef Israel was launched and that another 30,000 Arabs were subsequently repatriated in Israel's family reunion project. The Prime Minister said that Sen. Fulbright, chairman of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations comUAR Denies Israel Charge Of Aggression UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — The United Arab Republic denied this week Israel charges of renewed military activity along the Syrian-Israel border and charged in turn that Israel "has committed no less than 259 aggressive acts" in the area since the start of this year. The UAR denial and countercharge was contained in a letter submitted to the Security Council by Omar Loutfi, permanent representative of the UAR at the United Nations. He asked that the letter be circulated among all members of the Security Council, as Michael S. Comay, Israel's permanent representative, had also done in reference to Israel's complaint on July 1. The UAR letter said that the UAR did not wish to discuss Israel's charges "because an investigation is being carried out" by the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission "and so far no decision has been taken by this body." The letter added that the Israel charges were "baseless since the facts have not been established." The UAR representative asserted that "the allegation by Israel that there is concentration of United Arab Republic troops in the Syrian-Israeli border area is totalContinued on Pi 7-A )os Eye Middle East Tensions encourage direct Arab-Israel peace negotiations, the resettlement of Arab refugees in lands where there is room and opportunity for them, an end to boycotts and blockades and unrestricted use of the Suez Canal to all nations." The platform called for continued economic aid to Israel and the Arab states. The ptetform noted Soviet arms shipments to the Arab states and OK pre s eed opposition to an arms race while calling for efforts to prevent an imbalance in the relative military strength of Israel and the Arab states. The platform also noted foreign discrimination against American citizens on a religious basis such as that practiced by the Arab states. A pledge was made to implement the congressional amendment calling on the President to oppose discrimination by foreign Continued on Page 8-A Continued on Page 9-A MICH All COM At firm reefy % 



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Poge 4-A Friday. Wy 15. 1960 I 1 1 OFFICE cad PLANT — 120 NX Stan Tetefhoae FB 3-WJC5 Teletype <" < *" % % % %  %  % %  Kcsi TWI FRED K SHOCHET LEO JCNDUN Editor nrwi Ei ensure EcfBfB* ISRAEL BUREAU la Yehwda — Tel ATTT MAT U BINDER i3 brad Friday. July 15. 1960 20 Teas S7 Platforms Fade Away Much is being mode of the National COBV inanirr Resaoons Advisory ry^f-fl ssaternenl die psawnrat conxmratoe af the Democratic Party, which tnet thai week m Lee Angeles to rcrr;r*ne a Presidential and Vice Presadeatial candidate in the Noveniber esscnoas. Other argaaisatiocs and MOW ide al* of ta ad nb l e stcenre ciso appeared before the comaottee. or issued weighty mernoranda to be lakes under rrwJmrT:n in the ionnuiatioa of e D ee ao cr cac Party i960 psctfera. T—ese *c—e argenxnxxtioas ^"^ individuals w-Jl repeat uie icsks feey have set far tbesv •ecves when the Republican Party meets far a* %  I %  J ^fc %  %  —* ei*nMOB HU4 SBOKDaL J* they ore to be rcccmeadecL TheNCHAC wrrt e meui and others af a sunijcr nature incorporate problems that an loogsB'ral'rs u end just as vexing — problems to which pohhrifin a. their parties end platforms pay easy bp-serTice. We do not men cease the ^j"**^ to ri isroimt by even one af the issues raised when, across the board, we say mat they an tmqueshonably on the side af justice, motherhood, and the American family. In the beat of conventions end poetical campaigns, much will be made of these questmns. in the enthusiasm of the electioneering process, cendidcdes wul voice many vows — some of them perhaps reckless end not infrequendy ^responsible. But Use the color of conventions, themselves, after November the vowi. the platforms, the i&rr.c speeches — all wii] kxce in the hectic business that is today's AmerKcn government. Why. then, the pkrtfcrms* Why the testimony of so many honafahry-irtentoned organisctons l^ce the NCRAC d their piecs m the name of decency and democracy ere heeded zs a formality? Sadly, ere not pknfonns. themselves, in tea little more then c formality these dcys? 'Aether we are concerned chcut an extension of r.v-J libertarian gucrantees or en utterance or. the part of candidaies w;m respect to their attitude toward Egypt's illegal stranglehold on tne Suez Cancl. I wcuid' seem to us excut -.-e that men running for high office once and for ail be held response* in'the matter of acting on their promises. Democracy will not iong survive if we are cynical enough to occept the cynicism of pobhpkrns^who fee] :t is aE right to forget after Election Day what they heatedly promised before it A Commendable Dismissal The Marine Corps is to be commended for :ts action m dismissing Pfc. John C. Patsalas because of tne serviceman's membership in the Amenccn Ncn Party. Affiliation with the RockweE clan is not a naafter of private conscience, as some would moanton. Nor is the dismissal an invasion of Utenght ^Pc*las_oT any Arnerican-to engog*^n the free expression of his "pofincaT This argument has been advanced in the ense of Rockwefl's actrvmes as saaosanct because hi. Nazi ideology speaks foTSTeSS ing nation dedicaled to the destruction of the American way of life. Fact is thffl RockweDs hideous program was once the heartbeat of Third IWrh Germy. The United State, fought World War H wX r S^^ k te0i 9y T <"derHockweu and his henchmen immune todav s> pkiyonthehmitsoftechiiicaliry ^^ tous^^^ N atoU ^ ^ r e P9ant to us now than n was twenty years ogo?^^ Jh* disn^eal of Pfc. Pateafc, indicates *vve this bestial movement to h rr.. „ %  •~y of the American way of Se a. H.* ITS A IQ*Q WAY TO 1M TOti its heyday, and that i dentif i c atio n with it is unbecoming a member of our Armed Forces. Those who urged silence in the matter for fear of "recking the boat" over an "unimportant ice: BJMl no* see r.cw vrrcne thev we To bigotry, as the fast President of this notion once decksec. must be given no sanction. Abe Aronovitz Passes Away Abe Aronovitz is dead. News Monday of the passing of this most colorful Miaznian genuineiy saddened ail erf Dade county: far those en the sace of decency and good government knew Aror.orttz welL His spirited civic iecdership as mayor, ccmmissioner end private citizen was legion. Few are the men on the horizon of Dade county who could match his energy and c ap a ci ty foe such whoiehearted ideruhecnon with c host of good causes in which he believed. For as part the Jewish community has lost a passionate spokesman in the name of decency. Among many other vital contributions, m. authorship of the Florida anti-mask ord> nance became a model for similar ordinances m many ernes t hr ou gh o u t the South, m 1955. it earned Arono vttz the ADL's c o v e te d Leonard EAbes. Award in human relations. As government official, attorney, pnvate citizen who acted in the finest tradition of a cernoaanc society, ardent believer in community ctftairs by and for the people. Jewish leader — m these and many other rniw si— Abe Aionov A wifl be sarery missed rfis The Riddle StiH Unsolved Tl^Sscnriry Council has acted on Argentina s charge against kraei in the oaptureof JdoMEfchmann. Argentina', rafaem to accept tfte acnoB is rnteresting—espscialry in the case o^natK. known throughout the world as a tKXtbtnger of former Nazi war ennunak to JZSlZlZL*** 00 tao%  %  !" >* tosettiette q n .eho u omicabry, and has repeatU£L ^5Z! *** ******** 9o*mxaamm to explain what is meant by its demand for "adwquote reparation." ^^ ^_Why? Can it be that the Nam pM hiding in his country nniiii ,n ,, > •nee *an is rpukrrfy iincoined?2te kTone PO""bto pianation of a riddle that, thus far ns to defy sohitton. > durinj (be week ... as i see it r ICO MINBLIN THHI 29 psrssjsstt. are ktin t wrtttee days bessre the flrv be let at the Dessscratie Piny nauessi cenveatisa fa Los An eetes. Taey make as effort at predictisa. I leave that to Miami's m e rr jaf asib*. which ea sfoaday declared the result t* be "al wrapped apf far Sen mmm nave earr to cnmmaat assa a kind of fsU in aaeh resertir „ %  acafaty essscieace. s tseaai ag for V'iee Pru id tat Nixor af re s erre from the time be was elected te hi Last February, is a frost ease stery. h fleefallv is a maaave effort to dtseredit Thi. f, ihttle The BftStBSBg witb aasbstaetl lark wraed term m 19S6 declared that oaJy the Commasists aua. could pocmbry stay Mr. Nixon* "i.iiitikw lowed his aisaryisatad af sfifiiii debate with Nikits a karbes rammt at the Mss eee Pair The lmaucatiOB of the frost pane stery wi fashes te inuiri the Vice P n.ii a V s i is his bid for (he weald be pert of the Commons! movement a a w fost tdstsnshriiis has beea a hallmark of the Repobbcsa ratioo sce 1M3 Receatly. the tactic chanted. Mr. in A ny a m White Hews* Zealou> the s infiatesi ar.air.st Hetea Gahacan Douglas is Cabforsia atfll plagBes charges of guilt by a It seems about time that poutical opportunism gave way te hssues -snd there are plenty of them to discusias^liie^wes aaa?for SH? w ^^ warf re %  us. the most recent shcetaag af a US Se^unr^';/"^ *?£. ***** sUt n to^mSc..'. *& tbe nung tide cf serf rule for nations incapable of use tary forms of government, with the Congo a arteciaal sod others must meet the new occupant of uieWhue rlewsv fa 1961 •"muvi ^Li ""} $u eriB Pnmlenis. our leaders remain S!r y ** b 0, <1 sectionalism that gave rise te them At a ume when issues should concern us .11. SouuVrn deleas^ te the < preped cnril rights plank in the Democratic Party platform Soari u* the divine* ^rnn wa, nhrer mied Sen Hc41ail^iteTeaad I%  tassrast • •._.• __^. %  %  'wawaaa. a conveaier.i 'cassssarvwsr^^L ^£" r ^ ,he -*• ha. erne, wen CmiSurtl L!? W eticeulilii for the iman topped IT



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?rc* *A *-kmt*J flcrrM^r !" 7fefr 15. I9n A Monstrous Mistiming Marine Corps Discharges Trooper' -4 waail Sea*, i *•* '*viy it] Mil Ike MaB m aasfcmgtaa to — received a arwd reAnwrwaas raset taaf Jewish organuaThe Vie* the r.ation's capital Bernard Abnat The department tuned ail order w "f" ?Ll*f-^*^* w r Va> !" ? decJana* the Mall off limits for wrejerte* Backaen zobtie* *_£ pMr awrtto The ruling did ^ t^tl ".L* : e _2ZJTl^st ** %  • %  •*** meetings b> Roc* p ^* t S".*" 1 ** re* *" %  M ^*"* t >g -el! who was told there were >t '[e^u Xo Aaene— wfc, -^ of the raay meetings b> Roe* ,*""*** !" J %  *** ilfce well who was told there were al 'fe^eou Se Aasc ncaa a* _T teraate sites available Rockwei' ber *** "•'" .•* *** -T^HvLrr •** J*0 Park for a meeting eaa toRarkaagT, a mining bat Uaac Franck. eseevtive director ks* aasad after of the Jewish Community Council Rockell &f of Greater Washington said the de repugnance -'iabtwf H Wl-fc mfewi them of caaahdaaes vat oae of taa. at fc i ift i n sryie aad Mad. Eiiriaa aara t wCSwvew Kocfcwefl wi greater aasJungton said tne de ffa. „ —. / •• caad tiM of the Interior Depart menVGmOS VOftSiOer that was a soand and judicious" one a, -• a aa aw _> He added that the Jewish Cosmos MKXM COST OCeiie to staad mal Ra ck w il l, obrsaasay Coward had discussed this mat __ Jj skakea. accepted a eaart offe* ter with officials of the department Casataaaw fraaa Paae la a" ie**l aad Jadge Vt i h iaa aw a rd oa ereraJ occasions and had made m,^^ ^ t 5 O B farter at.cr available ion which had position was also wn of phrase I TO A k*C OUTDOO* BECEPTlOMssr aac kaacers oa. Most of the daaaaaats were r*~' -~r % %  f l in t Max? of '.hew. wen I faaaaaj -<. akej kad for ••* legotiaf-r* tiae w* ea> dkrecoea> heard -ke %  a* t ~r*afaf rackets* watt Baa* aad gawe a fwr hat mini xi il i < pep I ha*, aaaia. grasp, dasua TV awM9rx that a **at -*e {rasa raau cr ow d I kad saaa a> the • wwaaMeaf LawaTjika.*r rt de *^ p eL helped thewi in am\ing at thL* de mtrraitiaail wed the m a rt that if ,,mmm which was to he held oa ht< The Washtagton Star editohaUs *c*a* oa to he ohie rn d roared approvai of official actior net of hat owa cwaasauj against George Lincoln Rockwell The pUtiorai's a i wniiiii. Jwdge and his Ameneaa Nan Party aad • ****" Arah-IaracJ was three weeks. The said that this was the right prottom rtormaUd aagaaj • aaj BMfeaal had becoaw UTK 19SJ tR *t s apa pahhc musancr tamed sack a call The paper was critical, however tiataaa. to past a koad of OH of the protect* that disrupted Rock *" piMfarai aba aprjjred tt 6maBw dad after weil's meeting oa the Mall and as re*t efforts by dkairrc^J w a hoadatf scrted that aO the hecklers ac Fulbnght. of Ike fBaatc rorelga' caarph^bed was to boild Rockwel Relations r—ifcaaa. aa .'hen *P to transfer tar bardca of reaps*. MbiHty for Arab 11 faga 11 to Israel This was tadarated h* tie pU|. forms call for rese ttl e a ui rf Arab refagee. > Arab Mlg i iL, while aoe -f nmpran by I.neJ. •V. King twid l aa aw ha ai tkwt he hasod sws pa ajk aj on R*ckweitt •aawy an a staay wf Rockwrs awe mr—chinm*. He said "Mwrw mini ti --.OOPTT kEciEVE AMYOOrE WHO k*T$ Adtai S>eeasoa was aat a eaaa^aaajear He ha* beea a wdaag d aat actne caaaaiaae ad : I a the aavj week he has ena seem aa eager aw Jfeurr has •* ii t ima a. Twtce %  Jw %  *? ** m **y i ** a *r m m %  **** %  A BECAUSE rr is OVER. Seaaeey has had ike fiekf *r i | M The Camp Opens Second Session Temp* Ecaaw-ETs laman day Caati <****> UK ckiidres hetaeea :ke aae % # • toar and 12 a* apes as MOVING H di c^ikt, a ft, KTMAATfJ. CMEERPULLT SUPERMARKET KITCHEN /UV UOAAA^ vwa aawa^L; ^1* "* a,l • ^ RAVRTWS. -^. iwr taaury or uaaapocwad % %  r-_.i_. %  • AvaaTnam-.sJZj-TT~ P T"*"** %  > •aa ba> aasad m th* ^ aap way i %  AVaa —* agkt aadraack ** ^^ afc> arcndMad Aaaer %  af Crass swwawaaw ui VAX UAKS. ore. • to ^asaa" yaar oki-faaaoaad •^•aator* loom on a laodoro ALL-ILKCTRIC ra/rigarMor"•aar. It scaaapor tobuy.caaanar touat. and wdl mining a cleaner ^M-MC TWC HOhU fHKOMM. taa. h> •'t rut a,tP k j>


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r July 15. 1960 +Jewish rhrkMan Pago 11-A <*4ri ^g "^^BaV %  .-> < "' ^B |\ 1 iv; 1 -* R 1 D€i Sen. Herbert H. Lehman and Dr. Louis Finkelstein, icellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, resed top Jewish leadership of the United States and Canlecently in a special telephone hookup to ten NCRAC Lists '60 Platform Preferences LOS ANGELES — (JTA) — A statement on behalf of 34 national religious, labor and civic bodies of all faiths and interests, calling on the Democratic Party to pledge "to implement the repeatedly expressed opposition of the Congress to the imposition by foreign governments of discrimination against United States citizens on grounds of race or religion," was presented to a hearing of the party's platform committee shortly before the convention opened here. Judge Isaac Pacht, of Los Angetr-_*_n > .i .. OUUKC isaav ravin, ui uua num^ M areas. Virtually every region of the nation was repre|, es ch airman of tne National com>d as leaders of the Conservative movement of Judaism keied in specially-designated meeting places. Purpose of [bcok-up was to discuss the Seminary's national enrollplan. >uts Will Attend Jamboree By Special Report )KADO SPRINGS — More 8.000 Jewish boys w i 11 be •he 55.000 Scouts and lead%  \". will attend the Golden Jamboree of the Boy Scouts jerica in Colorado Springs, h.ly 22 to 28. kaplain staff of seven rabbis present to take care of the ;.needs of tne Scouts. food for mort than 200 Jewish boys who indicated their oStira to obsarva dietary laws. When the Scouts gather for Sabbath worship on July 23. they will probably represent the largest congregation of teen-age youth ever to assemble for religious services in munity Relations Advisory Council, appeared as spokesman for the 34 agencies and groups. He also urged the Democratic Party to oppose any international agreement or treaty "which by its terms or practices differentiates among United States citizens on grounds of race or religion." He explained that "broadly, the forms of this discrimination may be grouped into three categories: 1. Arab denial of entry or transit vises to American Jews; 2. Arab boycott of American Jewish businesses; 3. The exclusion of American Jewish citizens from United States Government civthe history of America. Five Israeli Scouts, one of whom is David Harman, son of Avraham jy,~ n "^ m j|itery po,t $ and from Harman, Israels Ambassador to fnploym#nt „ \M**4 states de&r^L^sker of NL Bruns ,he United StateS are end n fens, contract, in Arab count '' •' rr > UaSKer. 01 l\ew oruns :._)„.„. ronracpntino hp Rov .. :


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1960 Ol it u a r # e s DO*A KLE.N ^^^L Opa-lo, ka, died rVTce* were In 1th Riverside Memorial pharge of local arrange AdvorX ii.< luue two sons, [Manlr.. B. BARENBLATT fron ave.. died July 6 at ,allf. He came hire 22 roin New York, and was •enrlte station Survlvwlfo. Brayna; tw<, sons. Lrmi'e; his father. Hid two brothel i". In.ludpiI Peach, rterv ces wan fewman F aneial Home. LHAM BURMAN If. Treasure dr., died July urn Milwaukee ten years are four daughters, InHannah Rosenfcld and FMsenberg. Miami bcacn, Servloa were in .\UINewman Kwn. ral Hum* l FANNIE DAVIS Byron ave., died July 9. 28 years ago from nn. Surviving are her two sons and a daughid burial were In StamH arrangements by RIv1 Chav l IfHIE QOLOSTKIN I7ith ter.. died Julv y 15 years ago from New K Is her son. Bly 10 at Riverside MeNormandy ls.c R.LIP BERCER >'.• %  st died July S. He years ago from New are hla wife, Edith; eluding Sam and Paul; Iwo grandchildren S,r||lly 11 at Riverside Ml Washington ave. IALY SCHNEE snlst and teacher, ovetl h. re six years sgo 11 h*th St., Surfslde. Irenowned as a rnusi Pi R*sla. an-' grard fjal i '( r,.,.t St used and la (hi Jty of Chicago foi From >f the > Ainerejervlcea were July f lemur al chapel. No Surviving Is his wife. ton ave with arrangements by RlverI... Memorial Chadef ,0 m 'ALE**ANO-ER BUrfKE "• M, of 241 SW Mnd ave., died Julj I Hi ame here 20 >eai* ago from New York Surviving are his wife, Jean; a son. Irs,; daughter. Mrs. Klayn. v.-hill; threi brothers, a slater and in ee ;.' ra"dch')6rcn. A i <• July i at <".onion Funeral Home. LESLIE GROSSINGER 18. of i Madeira ave.. Coral Ual'lea. died July 3. He came here 13 4-ears ago from New f( rk. and was %  dent at the Conlon Private School. Surviving are his parents. Mr and Mrs. Abrah im Grosslnger; a brother. BoottU and Ms maternal grandmother. Mrs. Fannie Feldman. feV Ices were July 6 at Gordon Funeral Home. rJmistincrktiw SAMUEL RUDNICK 78. of 7921 Abbot; ave., died lime 23 In New London, conn Me had come her* -.ii ye*ra ago from Hartford, where, services Were held. Surviving are hB wife. Sophie: five sens, "ilntc J.icoh. Miami, two sis! I Krandctiililn n *-..•"-......, /\,. I I n il % % %  %  •**. <,.• %  r*i ABRAHAM SlEGEL TV years ago, and owner of the parking lot concession at the Fontalnebleau hotel. He was vl< e presIdenl of the Men's Club of Miami Hebrew Congregation. Surviving a. • wife, Nellie: two brothers. Sam and Harry; and > later, Thiie. Kervloefl \M re in Fairlaw n. ABRAHAM H. SPIEGELBLATT f I|4| MonSd ter died July 4. He rime h^re IS >ea'S ago from N. %  R.I. Rurvlvlpg are his wile. Nettle. %  al and two da ishters. Sir\ Jjly :. at Rivuslde Memorial Chape), Alton rd. RACHEL KATZ : sh. fyears ar<< Ucrn New Jam. M.I.. r f Reth JaSon. Sarvjt n* are i. l-'ann> Pere an.I Mrs _; two sons, ir, eac*i; ttn grandch Idren -grandcrilldren Ser Memorlla ttti a\e IKON BLOOM Jewish religious music, Ie llvcl at 7700 Abbott here ten yea s ago He was a founder ln. of America. Surrlfe, Eva; two daugh| Mrs. Ba-bara I.ar ..nt, and a son Services R'versld* Memorial Dgton ave. FISMER xabeth ^t.. Coconut He came here 22 Syracuse, N.Y. Surwlfe, Sybil: two sons, .Ml Sgt. Maurice, both pee; three brothers. InMiaml; three slaters. Horoth. S'ngerman. grandchildren. Serv7 at Gordon Funeral IAHAM LEMSON Coral Hi came here 1" ago. and was a Bui l\ Ing %  re two a Lcvlton and [Pa Irs. two sons, a sis[gran eh Idren Home S BERNSTEIN .i\. i!1ed July i %  JewA 1 le-sey beI t>> hla wife. Sara. > 7 at the vv.rkishingMRS. MARY FRIEDMAN 'i SW 1st St.. died Jun. SBC came here 14 years aj.-o from vlvlng are he' Samuel, a son. Michael; and a da ter. Mr Fran Lever -h. tlao Ii I '.her. t*.. %  isters. and a gran.iBervl el were July 3 at Rlver-Ide Menu111 I Chapel. MRS. IDA MARSHALL 4 Ml NW i.9th ave died June 10. She came here 1'. ..e.us ago from New York. (Surviving Is her husband, Abraham. Services were July 1 at Gordon Funeral Home. SOLOMON J. EPSTEIN 19, of 429 SW 19th rd., w^io came here 20 yeara ago from New York City, died 29. He was a retired laundry and dry cleaning firm operator. Surviving are his wife, Anne; a son. Dr. Edmond Fpsteln: daughter. Mrs. Blalr Zlramett; sister and three grandchildren. Services were July 30 at Gordon Funeral Home.. MORRITZ KASS 78, of 1424 NE 182nd St., died June 28. He came here seven years ago from Newark. N.Y. Surviving are his wife. Ksiher; a son, Nathan: daughter, Mls Tll"e Kass: brother and two grandchildren. Services were June 29 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Normandy isle. MRS. IDA KREITZMAN •7. of 1MI Biarritz dr.. died June 27. sincame here ten years ago from Brooklyn surviving are her husband. I-avid; two daughters, Including Mrs Myra Felnsteln. of Miami Beach: two brothers, a sister, and four crandchllIren. Service! and burial were In klyn. with lo al arrangement •side Memorial Chapel SIDNEY A. CHAPLIN i SW :n'Ji ter., died June 36. came here 12 yeara ago from Wa hlngti n. Surviving are his w (• i e. sons. Ar.ti n, Sheldon ard; -i*.. daughters. Rae Sarah, and one grandchild it Mt Nebo Cemetery. with Gordon Funeral Hor r, charge JACK CHANIN IT, of 4".-.*, Tom ave died June 14. He came here ten yeara ago from New York, and was a member of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors. Burvrt are hl wife, Eva; two daughters. Mrs. Phyllis Haumann and Mrs. Helen Kalsruan: and five grandchildren Services were June 1 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle. MEYER REISBERO M. of 4480 KW 4th St.. died June 21. A retired restaurant owner, he came here ID years ago from Ne York. Surviving are his wife, Bertha: two sons, Wesley and Jerry; and two uian Ichlldren. services were In New r"ork, with local arrangements by Gordon Funeral Home. MRS. ANNETTE M. STARK 54, of 1180 98th St.. died June She came here ten years ago from Boston. Surviving are her husband, Jules: daughter. Mrs. Davlda R. Wyman: and two grandchildren. Services were June 7 at Newman h uncial Home, tinder the direction of Gordon Funeral Home. MRS MILLIE SYMONDS 8S, of 1510 SW (th St.. died June 6 She came here 27 years ago from Chicago, and is survived by her BUS* band. John; a son, Maurice D.; t,wo daughters', Mrs. Gertrude Levin and Miss Lottie J^monds; a brother, four grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Services were June 7 at Gord4 Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Ni I 0 '.metery. MRS. ANNA KLEIN 77. of 4747 Alton rd., died June 5. ?he camhere ten yeara S(to frona Atlantic i Ity. s n, Jorr)~. a member of the Miami Beacn Itoxing Commission, and Iwi daughter, '-• • nd Mn ere June 7 at Newman fPunefal LEGAL NOTICE a. t i. wuts ius Nas(r*.airvHKR*:Y GTV1*-fBsj* 1, deslrfng to itigkgtHI" NOTICE UNDER s-ICTIT OUt N Ni-TICK IS HE the nnderslgned, Ousln. r Die flctllkous name oJ Kl.nitlDA LEGAL IN VKSTICAT1VK HKIIVFK W'W:; fl.W. 79th St.. South Miami. Fl'.rlda Intends to register said name with the,Clerk of ;h.Circuit Court i f I'adi County, Florida CLIFTON J t'dSROT Sole i -wni i 7 1 ".-22-29. 8/5 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undcr*lgne I, d< sir ng to engage In business under the fictitious na" %  I'KEI'IT LOAN CORPORATION — NORTHWEST at 1457 NW. 36th Street, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Pad, County, Florida. CREI'IT LOAN CORPORATION Sole Owner MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 1(12 Congress Bldg. 7-l~.-22.2V 8/f, NOTICE UNDER • FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKI1Y GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engrge In business under the fictitloua name of IM'N'S MARKKT at 2221 SW 27th Ave.. Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ESTHER TROTTA Sole Owner HAROIJ5 STRI-MPF Attorney for indicant 909 Blftoayne Bldg. 7/15-22-29. 8/T, NOTICE UNDER FICT.T OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan • PRF'F-F.RRED PROPERTIES st Bay Hirbor Terrace, Miami Beach r.4 Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SEI.MA CIPE8 T ( I PKS ." • BAM VOIZES It, of Mil s.'. i JIM* 6 Me eras a i. tired cabinetmaker, who hen aim H< % %  a a member "f Workmen's Ci' I are his Mrs Esther Sapphire nd Mrs. Anna Shaw; a broth.r. Isaac, two slaters, four grandchl'dn n and a great-kran.'hild. %  •es w* re June ( at Qordon F'uneral Home, with burial In Cblcago. MRS. SALLY MARCUS 72. of 4S26 Alton rd., died May 17. A resident here 18 years, she came from New York. .--.rvlvlng are her husband. David, daughter. Mrs. Charlotte Saroff, and son. Services were May 19 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. MRS. AMELIA SNETMAN 79, of 47 NW 32nd pi., died May 30. She came here 30 years ago from Macon, Ga. Surviving are two sons, two daughters, including; Mrs. Charlotte Warner; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services were June 2 at Gordon Funeral Home. LOUIS N WEISS 59. of 1750 Marseille dr.. died May 17. A resident here seven years, he was a sales manager for a wholesale radio and television business. Sur-MvIng are bis wife, Tessa: daughter, Diana; son, Henbert; and brother. Sum. Services were In Far Rockaway. N.T.. with local arrangementa by Riverside Memorial Chapel. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. MXM0-B IN B SHBPARI NOTICE TO CRED TORS To A'l (*Td4tora and All Pens n> Hav%  y notified whi'-> PPARD I Florida, lo th. mt] and '!le th. tan ii th. • the. Crust* Ci II ty. Florida, w'thin • • -'rtar ths from tbe ('..' f rsl in-hiieat > rj hereof, oi the game vv11 be barred. // HERG. as I secutrlg of the Estate of George PHILIP K HEt KKR1.ING Ait. rm 10SJ d'.iT'ont Rullding Miami 32, Florida T/1S-JJ-J9, I • LEGAL NOTICE OME LOANS To Buy, Build or Refinance Inquiries Invited • No Obligation O/desf and Lo ade Federal SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI L PI0N. Pi J 5 Convtn/tnt Offictt St/vo Dad* County %  JSOURCfS IXCIfO ISS MILLION DOLLARS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C'RCLMT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. (OC 6690 JOHN I'OKACH. Plaintiff. v EY 'OK ti'H, SUIT FOR DIVORCE • -K ACH • lnrt >n'a V ; sH' 1 .! I a-e herefii that a Bill of Complaint for Lrivorce h• I against you, and • req ir. d lo %  • n • a r adlrig to titf's Attoi M-I, 4<0 AlnsMl ml 32. Florida and k e of th. Clerk of the cirtb day rust lli0. If you so. %  1 1* taken calm f d< manded in .cru. Th I "hed once each week for 'ou.'e weeks In TH1 AN. ie ED at Miami. Florida, this 11th day of July. AD. 1960. n i.EAT Clerk. C| r i nt^ Florida .seal) iA Deputy Clerk ANGELO A All %  -la itlff I! NOTICE UNDER FICTIT OUS NAME LAW the AM ill' ,f RA I'l'V of Dad< PALACE OF BEAUTY, INC. SNTDBRA ,.nt 1140 N.E. 16Srd Miami Be;, -8. I/S IN THE* COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49350-C IN RE: Erlati cf SARAH SHERMAN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have agalnsl the estate of SARAH SHERMAN decesscd late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges ot Dade County, and file the same in their o'flces :n the County Courthouse in nty, FI'H.'a. w thin eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. DIANA GREENBAIM F*er I %  .'V! NO N A T HA NSON Atr. rney 1674 Meridian Avenue Miami Bea< h. Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR'DA, IN PROBATE No. 4*7*3 IN R NOTICE TO CRED TORS To All Creditors and Al Waving; C! -ns or Dimands Aga:nst Paid :e: •d and MI ira and i • wh'ch j on rr.iv Mt late • • ,\ deceased late of Dai e snd file offices in the nths fri m e first publication or ihe aa •• barred. LAURA DUBBIN, aa Adn ("state of .ised. BN 607 Olyn.pla Bldg. Mia-i da IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT, DADC COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 69C 6477 TA. W1I. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'I. are req-il'i rk ol • ney 1SS1 la :.fessed. Dat. irt seal) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK-'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nair. of GARDEN OF-EATsN at 127 SB. 1st >f" if. M:airTi""Florlda intend to lies-iitei said name with the Clerk ol Clrcull Court of Dade County. Florida. BRYL MARGO Jl'Ti'K MARGo AARON M BANNER U Security Trust Bldg. Miami 32. Fla Attorney for Beryl Margo and Joyce Margo 7/1-8-IJ-2J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF FLORDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C IS73 OLGA MARIA CORDOVFS HBRNANDBZ, Plaintiff, vs. PEDRO HERNANDEZ GALLEG), Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, PEDRO HKRNANDF,/ ', I.F>>0, address unknown, are required to file your answer to the complaint for divorce with the Clerk of the aa>ove Court and serve a copy thereof taion Olno P. Negrettl, Attorney. 9U-11 Congress Building, Miami, Florida,, on i before August 1. 19(0, or else mplaint will be taken as confer,! Dated this 2.lrd day of June, W. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Couit, Dade County. Florida laeal) Tty K. M. LY.MAN, Deputy Clerk 7/l-8-li-22 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLCRIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 49952C IN RF: : Estate of JAMES KRASS1N NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A): and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: .. and each of you are hereby nj required to present gay claims and demands which you. or may have against the • of JAMES KRAS'.-IN deceSs-^d ia'e of I ;. Ie County. Florida to ;lm St \ Judges "I 1 ounty, and lile the same In tieir in thi County I m Florida, will %  dar months from the date of ih* T. hereof 't derrtan italn the lefraj -'lmant and tc. V smorn • as afoi • • -..... %  of Let. in Al' si-1 HIE KRAS81N, As I • % %  • %  itrig 11 |hi Last Will and T. JAMES KRASSIN, I" ei sed W'BPMA.N A WEPMAN itrlx I %  l.'jiidlng Miami, Florida 6/24. 7/1s-i-, IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 5723 'il-ORJA BARBARA SHULL, Pk\)ntlff, ERMAL LEE KHULL. Di lendant. NOTlOE BY PUBLICATION To kHMAL LBB SHULL Boute 3 "F-e. i" rt, Ohio' YOU AI.E HERBBT NOTIKaED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against .you, and you are required to serve a copy of y*ur Answer to the Bill of Complaint the Plaintiff's attorneys. VON ZAkii'T AND KRAVITZ, loll Metropolitan Hank Building. Miami 22, Florida, and lhj original Answer In 1h. off. e oi the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of July, I960. I fail to do so, judgment by fault WlH be taken against you for the relief sought In the Bill of Ct:.iplalnt • d at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 17th day of June. 19(0. > I I.EATHERM AN. k of the Circuit Court (seal) By: < (. ALEX LN1 Bit Deputy Oer.k 6/24.7/1-4-15 IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. (OC 5705 II. la F;R K H1RSCH, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To H1RSCH Avenue N • York .R K. HIRSi H, are that a i i .orce has be. aga^ri'* -d you are reiiuired, to your Answer oi I'leadings to tbe Bill of Complaint in the kttorney, LBONARD H. N, Metropolitan Rank KuiiOtng. Florida, and file the caMgInal Answer or Pleadings in tie office of thi jrt on or i daj "f Jub' '"G" if • b) default is I 1 airainat you tor the rein. Bill %  i.ilnt. RDERED at Mbiml. %  is ith day oi P. B I^i^THERaipi,^ Court House M.smt. I. ALEXANDER I lerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'is'HKtt in name of i • RiHcayne Fi< • 'Ha Inii'nd to 'e With k Of elcrlda. LO PIANO rlieanta 6/24. 7/1-S-1S



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+Jeistifk>ritMam i Page3>B Policewomen Plan Annual Convention Wo We iel Sossin. of the Blackstone hotel, prethe key to the official Democratic Party ten of Miami Beach, 8th st. and igton ave., to elected members of the Beach executive committee. Arrangefor the free use of the store was made by Lebowitz, district commilteeman, who ited Sossin precinct captain. Left to riaht Malvin Englander, chairman of the Beach executive committee; Lebowitz and Doris We in stein, attorneys for the Democratic Party; Marie Balaban, vice chairman of the Dade county executive committee; Rhoda Lebowitz, treasurer of the Beach executive committee; and Mayor Eugene Schwarz, committeeman from Surfside. Not pictured are Carl Gardner and Rocky Pomerance. Labor Day weekend has been | chosen as date for the first annual convention of the Florida Police\ wo man's Assn., it was announced by-milll K. Singer; "Miami, associa-* tion president. The FPA, formed here last Sep-j tember. is composed of women emj ployed in police work, including active policewomen, traffic dej partment workers and others, plus' associate and special members; from allied occupations. In its first year, Mrs. Siegel said, the association signed 70 members from 19 Florida cities, from Homestead to Pensacola. Each monthly meeting of the group has been held in a different city, she said. A pre-convention dance will be held this month in Pensacola as a fund-raising affair to aid the association's main project, giving aid to female first offenders. This will be accomplished, Mrs. Siegel said, by association members who will act as "friends of the court" in taking girls under their wing, so to speak, and helping in rehabilitation. Mrs. Siegel is a parking meter checker for the City of Miami Police Department. Other officers of the association are Bernice Bennett, a Tampa policewoman, who is first vice president; Margaret L. Carr, of the Orlando Police Department, second [vice president; Desk Sergeant Esjtelle Jennings, of Sanford, secrei tary-treasurer. Ambition of the association's' I founders is to develop an organizaj tion which can be of community: service by working with juvenile. courts. Mrs. Siegel said girls in | the 14 to 18-year age {,rooj>t prasent the most serious prdUern.' "If they can be helpcdflfnme-iately when they get ir.to trouNie, most of theffl'nTTJe kept from coming repeaters," she said. A, feature of the forthctmir.R nual convention, which will be held at the Saxony hotel, Miami B<. is a contest to select Florid*') prettiest policewoman. %  ri I F I w ^m£ > ^M 1 fH5 afc"^ 'flViafl %  v ^N Safe 1 Hi P.'Vj JDC Schedules Geneva Confab By Special Repcrt GENEVA — The 14th annual overseas conference of the Joint Distribution Committee will oe held Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 in the Hotel du Rhone here, it was announced by Charles H. Jordan, JDC iirector-general for overseas operations. At the conference, Jewish community leaders from countries on six continents where JDC open will present first-hand reports on developments in their areas. They will meet to discuss psoblems of community structure, Jewish education and welfare at ices, and to plan programs to meet current needs. Report oi a special -committee concerned with the future development of European Jewish communities will be a feature of the conference program. Funds for JDC's overseas relief, rehabilitation and reconstruct i program are provided by the Un.ted Jewish Appeal lelson A. Rockefeller presents a New York State flag to leaders of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist OrganizaAmerica. The flag, destined for Israel, will be included *Avenue of American Flags" at ceremonies for the dediof the $25 million Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical at Kiryat Hadassah (Hadassah Town), on the western of Jerusalem, on Aug. 3. Shown receiving the flag Rockefeller is Mrs. Herman Shulman, former napresident of Hadassah, who will head the Hadassah lage to Israel, slated to leave New York on July 12. Looki is Dr. Miriam K. Freund, national president of Hadassah. Mt. Sinai Adds New Clinic An ear, nose, throat clinic was inaugurated Wednesday at Mt. Si-1 nai Hospital under the direction of Dr. Louis G. Lytton, chairman of the department of otolaryngology. The clinic is the 22nd established by the hospital for in-patient and outpatient care. According to J. Gerald Lewis, president of the hospital board of trustees, the clinic will provide diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose and throat diseases every Thursday. "The new addition to our clinic program is the result of a conlinulag survey of the medical needs of Greater Miami," Lewis says. "Further clinics will be established | as the community's needs grow." RDINE'S l*3.d U. i—. frd.y N.htt Miami, Miami Such 'HI 9:00 F l.^.d.U. W. Palm .~K lil 9:30 AKongress Splash Party Membcr-bring-a-member splash party luncheon will be the theme of a function of the Miami chapter of the American Jewish Congress, according to Mrs. Russell Winer, chapter president. The party will be held at the home of Mrs. Louis Rosenstock, 401 Almeria ave., Coral Gables, on Monday noon. Mrs. Samuel Rosenstein is membership chairman. DOG RACING TONIGHT ^ MIAMI BEACH B \kft0Htll All-Weather Protection Glass Enclosed Grandstand Air-Conditioned Clubhouse Terraced Dining Room 5,500 Individual Seats Kennel Club FIRST RACE 8:15 P.M. I\t I H I i HI AC H II O] From BRAHMS to BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on FM M 93 I 100 KM 106 HC y\ .... WAF Brought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers From Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION asaa ^flBifl


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July 15, 1960 fJewlsHkrkllan Page 13-A PALIS OF MORALS l not do unto other* what you I not with others to do unto love thy neiehbor as thyself HILLEL. > • • will not do u myself who [ if for me' And if 1 aft only rlf. what am /' And if net len? Mil I H I* • • unit who Icanu from all U strong who control* hit \e is nch who rejoices in 1; he u. honored who iert. Br.N ZOMA. % t throw 'tones in a well (h you dnns, water. TALMUD. say*. "1 hive tried hard t succeed." believe him says, "i did not try and do not belierc him if he KIVI. "I have tned lied," believe him. HAHHI ISAAC • • things u a man's charac' by his cup. by his i his pocket. 7ALMUD-PBUVIN. • man created last' In iiind him. should he bekty. that the lowly moifcded him in (he order of — TALMUD-IAN II HDMN refined, the sound* of music, for the boor n — TALMI l>-VOMA I ropp Will %  r Mitzvah Tropp will become daring Saturday H[ servw rifert |irie) Center, ward offici Jn OXe n&Jm Of JHt tatnt s Drive Toward Peace Needs the Zealot f ABU AUMAMOOt CMSS if*. Joel HBe sor. it Mr. and Mrs vturraj BT o p p. %  student HE. Lee [-High >d paion [ot lioop 507, Boy Scouts. rn guests attending the rah celebration will in pge Milton A. Weiss and jele, of Manville, N.J.; Is and family, uncle, of |o, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. enberg. New York, uncle Dr. and Mrs. Norman Jewburg, N.Y., cousins; and Mrs. Herman Erlick. le, N.J., friends of the By RABBI ALEXANDER CROSS Hebrew Academy The priesthood, originally assigned by the Almighty to Aaron the High Priest, was promised to him and to his sons. It was only after the courageous and heroic deed of Pinchas against an immoral action, that was a profanation of Goo s Holy Name, that Pinchas gained the reward of hereditary priesthood. The House of Aaron sball carry the banner of priesthood unto Eternity, relates the Bible, because Pinchas, the grandson of Aaron, displayed zealousness and fearlessness at a time when immorality and idolatry threatened the sanctity of the Jewish camp. "An eternal covenant shall I give to Pinchas and his descendents, a covenant of everlasting peace," was the promise of the Almighty. It seems rather paradoxical that the reward for zealousness and aggressiveness should be the blessing of peace and that the person who has just committed such a violent act should suddenly become a symbol of peace. I believe that we have an erroneous conception of the word peace and of the person representing the image of peace. To us peace is synonymous with the characteristics of understanding, love of fellow man, willingness to compromise and possessing the ability to be flexible and diplomatic when expediency demands it No doubt that the priestly family dedicated to service and to bringing about peace in the Jewish camp must be endowed with some of these human qualities. The Torah, however, requires another trait of the priestly family. The image of peace is not complete without the quality of the zealot. The true peace lover must seek peace as a zealot, and he must be ready to fight for peace as a zealot. Whenever an evil arises in his camp, he should not seek to compromise, but with fanatical zeal he must, like Pinchas of old, be ready for self-sacrifice in order to destroy and eradicate this wickedness. Perhaps this is what the rabbis meant when they said that Pinchas .he Priest and Elijah the Prophet are identical. For Elijah is known hroughout history as the symbol of over-all peace and the person who will bring about understanding between all persons and nations of the world. This same Elijah, however, is also known as the prophet of storm and fire, a fanatical, uncompromising zealot in his pursuit of noble, ethical and moral standards for his people. This should serve as a lesson for all leaders, for all those who preume to don the mantle of national and international leadership. How learly we see the eternal truth of Torah when we realize the sordid results and total ineffectiveness of the compromises of our peacemakers, pacifists, appeasers and good will ambassadors. Those who represent the image of peace should realize that evil. ye it in the shape of a Nasser, a Khrushchev or any other vicious form, nust be dealt with uncompromisingly, fearlessly and unconditionally. )nly then will we achieve a lasting and enduring peace. *^J\now Ljour rdm 9 p.m. Sermon: "The Human Element In Nationhood." o IETH ISRAEL. 4OS0 Prairie avo. Orthedex Rabbi H. Lous Rottman. •CTH JACOB. 301-111 Waahington eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern. Canter Maurice Mamchea. Friday :*'< p.m Saturday 8.30 a.m. Sermon: "Reward for Bravery." —e— SETH RAPHAEL. 1SS NW 3rd ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Levitan. • ETH TFILAH. *36 Euclid ava. Or tnodox. Rebbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 408 loth it. Orthodox. Rebbi Chaim KaHlnoky. CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW lath at., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. OADE HEIOHTS CENTER. itlSO NW End ave. Coneervative. Cantor Eman uel Mandel. eXAGLER GRANADA SO NW Blot pi. Conservative.. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred %  irnetein. Friday 6:4.', p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 8th it. Or" thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. — • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONOREOATION. 1150 W. 88th at.. Hieleah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3176 SW 35th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louia Cohen. KNE8ETH ISRAEL. MIS Euclid avo Orthodox. Rabbi David LehrfietdCantor Abraham Self. o —— MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. Itei SW 12tt evo. Orthodox. Rabbi Herschsll Saville. Cantor Joseph Saliman. Friday 8:50 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. MONTICELLOPARK. 184th at. and NE 1tth eve. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitt. Cantor Ben.Zion I Kirachenbaum. Friday 8:45 p.m. Saturday 8.45 • m. Bar Mltxvah: Hana, son of Mr. and j Mm. Bernard Marks. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramj owitt. Canter Edward Klein. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Fliday 8 p.m. at I'nlflcd hide. Z300 NIC 171st st B oimu ti 'BacrM Expression of lxive." Saturday 9 am. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5850 N. Kendall GEMS OF WISDOM A little boy. before hu departure for Sunday school, was given two merles by his mother, with the instruction that one he should tue for refreshments, and the other for charity. On the way to echoes, as he linx'ed the tuo coini. one nidrel rolled" out of the palm of his hand and disappeared into the jeteer The little boy looked heavenward and said. "God. there goes your nickel." MORAL: We too, in time of financial revertei. tend to reduce %  our charitable commitmenti. as the first retaliation, rather than depriving ourselves. JU rew ,on\eration irr onas '#> ii ^ H J tra^lnn n na-pT "nnn .aJns'n ift? 1 ? T •i • %  -: : • i I -Tin-rias PK *rn p-osn T I V • T r • I • totfK DJ? irr D'pni tr^n wvw .na-aoa mean ^a Tl•Tt J T, n^xa mas nsaato crytfm \ • T • T 1 T 1 • • • T rrso-iaic 1 ? paf) tray? .jiatfm rnas? ib 1 ? 1 ? na -"n nria m t iDen-ir'aa isin n^apa ixai ,rrfo • %  •303 o-iDan *7a "?inai;j .nnrra nnij^ na •TM • • %  | ( m b v t rnas ma rorartna) •r t\ • n ,- a rEMPLE BETH AM. M50 N. Kendall ro a|CI ATlAil dr., S Miami. Rsroem Rabbi HerbeM IKAHilAllvH — Vaumaard. Cantor Charles Kodner. 1840 Pclk st. Rabci Samus' TEMPLE BETH EL. Hollywood. Reform. Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe at Coneervative Rabbi Samuel Leror. Cantor Erneei Schreibee. Frlr"a.. H p.m. Quest speaker: I-ouls A <"harnow. Saturday 9 am". TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas* ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronieb Cantor Davlo Convhter. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd avo. Conservative. Rabb 1 Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross Kara, TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washlne ton avo. Censervetive. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman. Cantor leraal Reich Frl.lay :30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Wookiy Portion." TEMPLE ISRAEL. 117 NE 18th at Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornatoin. TEMPLE JUDE.. 3SO Ratormo ave Liberal. Rebbi Morns Shop. Canto* Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE NR TAMID. SOth at. ant Tatum Waterway. Modern Tredl tlenal. Rabbi Euoens Labovita Can tor Samuel Comber*. Friday 4:45 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. ISISt NE 18th avo. Reform. Rabbi Bennc M. Wailach. Friday 8:10 p.m. Conajreerants to participate In the absence of Kabbi wa 1 lach. who is on vacation. Sermonette by Sam Bloom: "Have FrICay Evening Services Failed?" TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. ** Flamingo Way. Conssivatlvs. Rao Loo Holm. TEMPLE ZION. S7S0 SW 17th a*. Censervativs. Rabbi Alfred Waaman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. TIFERETH ISRAEL SMM N. Mlam avo. Cantor Albert Giant*. Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Joel Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Tropp. Rev. Edward Stock to officiate. TORAH TEMPUE. 1*54 Woet avo Zabarim Together With Now Immigrant* First of all Rachel taught the inhabitants to read and to write. After a while David stopped working in Jerusalem and together with his wife established a rural education center for the villages of the neighborhood. Sixty inhabitants of seven villages come twice a week to Even Sapir to study Hebrew and arithmetic. In the school there is also a high school class and here the working youth of all the villages of the neighborhood receive special lessons. (Published by the Brit Ivrit Olamit) Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casssl. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13080 W. Divio hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolice. Canter Morris BorejorFriday 8:15 p.m. Joseph Rosenfeld, president, to deliver a sermonette in the absence of Rabbi Okollca, who la on vacation. Saturday 9 a_m. —e— YOUNG ISRAEL. S80 NE 171st eL Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. 2AMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 2amara ave. Conservative. Rabbi BL Leon Hurwitt. Cantor Meyer Q l saar. 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July IS. 1960 Jewish Tkrldian Page 7-A ^ \eligion in School Pleas Go to Court Monday a anont< to reading of the Bithe public schools, a regular |cc required by the' Florida {.ution, will have their day in fort Circuit Judge J. Fritz on Monday. it I'hambcrlain, of Miam:, horida Civil Liberties Unionped suit to enjoin the Dade School Board from saneBible readings as a breach separation of church and [principle, and a collateral jught by the American Jew's are the contestants. lan's in the AJCongress case Iw.ird Resnick. Dr. and Mrs. %  tern, and Mrs. F.IMC Thorn fof the Greater Miami area. Jition to Bible reading, ligants, who will present irguments in a joint hear)ject to recitation of the Prayer, comments by rs on Biblical extracts, before meals, classes in [religious hymns of a tecnature, religious symbols [classroom, and various re| holiday observances, inChristmas and Easter, m and Passover. ;-r;mi^ and the conducting of a religious census among children to ascertain their religious alfilia lions, as well as that of their parents. %  %  Opposition to the Chamberlain and Resnick suits are identified with the Greater Miami Council of Churches, who have entered the action on behalf of the school board, according to the Southeast regional office of the American Jewish Congress. According to Congress officials interveners include Don Sv.an.-on. ( xecutive director of the Council, and Rev. Henry Dahlberg. a past president of the Greater Miami Ministerial Assn. Congress officials declare that I he interveners are part of a committee to defend the Bible in Ihe i schools and that they are responsible for the circulation of a "smile" ard. which urges: "keep the smile j on the laces of Our children and our grandchildren freedom of religion, lrec enterprise and free -.'lections go hand and hand ... if ine falls all fall support your (iiuens Committee to Defend the 1 Bible in the Public School ." The Miami office of American I'uish Congress said here that, according to reports, the Council iof Churches is seeking to raise S10.000 to carry the litigation to the > United States Supreme Court it wot mrj. Dr. Leo Pfeffer. national director of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress, has acted as a consultant for the litigation, and i> kctaeda tiled to participate in the Monday hearing before Judge Gordon. A three judge Federal District Court in Philadelphia recently declared a Pennsylvania Bible reading statute similar to Florida's as unconstitutional. SAL THE HANDYMAN Repairs Jalousies, Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting, Electric, etc. Lam* Repairs. Call after 6 Wl 7-1015 CANTOR. YOUNG MAN. very pleaaant lyric tenor, well versed in Cantonal liturgy, can train choir, experienced in teaching Bar Mitzvah and Hebrew, seek! yearly position, or for High Holidays, with Conservative Congregation. Cantor E.. Box 2973. Miar 1, Fla Edelmon Named To Head Body DR. UO PFffffR A move to eliminate the intangible p-e r s o n a I property tax has prompted David G. Berry, chairman of the tax and equalization committee of the Miami Beach The suits also object to religious Taxpayers Assn t0 a P poim Pn,,i P and sectarian baccalaureate proEdelman to head the intangible tax [sub-committee. Reception for Shad Polier Due on Beach [Polier, national vice presithr American Jewish Conrill be honored at a cocktail Bn given by Judge Kenneth ;the Venetian Isle motel on evening from 5 to 7 p.m. Polier is national chairman of the Congress Commission on Law and Social Action. In that capacity, he was instrumental in bringing recent action against ARAMCO for discriminating against Jews in its employment policies In New York State. The ARAMCO case, which attracted nation wide attention, dramatized the role of foreign governments in fostering discrimination against American citizens because of their religion. Polier, who is a member of the executive committee and chairman of the budget committee of the World Jewish Congress, is also a member of the board of directors of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany and co-treasurer of the Jewish Restitution Organisation. He played a leading role in mobilizing public opinion for the enactment of the New York State law barring discimination by colleges and universities in the admission of students. He has also helped to secure legislation in New York City which prohibits discrimination in tenant selection by housing developments enjoining tax exemption or any other form of public support. The Congress vice president will ;be in Miami to meet with Jewish communal leaders and to participate in a religion of the schools litigation to be heard Monday before Dade Circuit Judge J. Fritz Gordon. The Association has proposed that revenue to replace the present intangible tax be derived through increasing sales tax collection by use of the Ohio stamp method. Edelman is past special assistant attorney general for the State of Florida, and was formerly general counsel for National Industrial Laundries and the Miami Fashion Council. He will work with Sen. Adams and his Florida Legislative interim committee on tinance and taxation. WANTED BAAL SHACRIS FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS Call HI 5-3701 -911 AM. CANTOR IS Years Experience SEEKS POSITION Writ* Cantor S.T. Box 2973, Miami 1 there's more of everything at BROWNS FABULOUS JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLUB CATALINA INDOOR POOL & HEALTH CLUB It's no secret! W pamper our guests—you'll find that BROWN'S la heaven on earth-All Sport Activities—Private Lake—Free Form Out* door Pool—Elevator Service—Air Conditioning r < ** -Delectable Food-Supervised Children's Day B^g*** ?**?*' Camp-Nh* Patrol-2 Kiddie Pools, f*J*aj*4 entertainment feature! Start of Broadway and Holtywo**— Continuous Dancing with Herb Sherry Orch.— fete Terrace Latin Music—Nat Irooki In Ihe Brown Derby, Lewis Teen-Age Clubhouse) Planned Socials and Fun Galoro FREE GOLF 2 NEW P.G.A. COURSES jrr* BROWN'S •'•loch Sheldrake, New York • Hurleyville 450 FOR RESERVATIONS: DIRECT WIRE WAtkins 4-7470 UAR Denies Israel's Charge Continued from Page 1-A •ly unfounded." He said that UAR troops in the area had not undertaken any provocative measures "and it is therefore entirely false that UAR troops have renewed unilateral armed action along the Syrian border.'' The letter added: "The aggressive policy of Israel with respect to the demilitarized zone is clearly indicated by the fact that Israel has committed no iless than 259 atigrevxive acts in the said zone -mce January 1960. !regarding which the UAR Government has submitted complaints" to the MAC. Mr. Comay had cited five specific attacks by Syrian gunfire which had resulted in the death of one border patrol officer and gunfire attacks against UN observers. The Israel complaint cited the Syrian attacks as occurring between June 11 and June 28. TOTMORE Private Pool %  •ach and Cabana Ceieny I6TEL At 14th ST., MIAMI KACR lonad Ream* ach and Poel Pramiaaa Senior Citizens Observe 'Week' July 10 to 16 has been designated as Senior Citizens Week by Miami Mayor Robert King High. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center this week marked the occasion with special programs at its four branches: Miami. 450 SW 16th ave.; Miami Beach. 1536 Bay rd.; North County. 14036 NE 6th ave.; and Southwest. 7215 Cor-| al Way. I Programs included picnics social gatherings, dancing and community song fests. Interested Senior Cittiens may i join the GMJCC program for men land women 55 years of age and over. In charge of the program is | Charles PloUcin at the Miami Branch Daily %  r Para. Dbte. OCC.T •AUGUST RROS R>, JI1-0SS1 EARN 10% EXCELLENT FIRST MORTGAGES AVAILABLE • Monthly Payments • Completely Serviced • Title Insured CAPITAL INVESTMENT CO. 2303 W. 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Friday. July 16. 1960 Page 5-A Reader Hits Scuffle With Liberties Unit EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: As an exttutive board member pf both the AJCongress South Flor-1 Ida Council and the Florida Civil j Liberties Union. I am deeply inter pNted in the problems and que.s i fions which have been raised and ^pressed in The Jewish Floridian.! I sincerely believe that there is nsidersble misunderstanding, and j licre is a real need for the issues' Urrounding Georjfe Lincoln Rock (rell to be aired openly. If, Indeed, 1 of us are without exception, pro-1 jndly against anything like an | nerican Nazi Party, it is com-j Btely illogical for members of the cish (immunity and the Civil ertics Union to be at opposite IT To me Hit* is completely ridicules end point* up the extent to eh leaders of tho A.C.L.U. do fully understand thinking feelings within the Jewish imunity, and the extent to bich responsible loaders within Jewish community do net rlty understand the fundamental ceptsef the A.C.L.U. .'a also face the fact that rious mistakes are possible on sides. "ens_ecruently. it is proposed that It a community-wide meeting bo bid in Miami, sponsored by jCongTtss and the F.C.L.U.. ton-, ting of a panel discussion including such persons as Leo Mindlin. | lecutive editor of The Jewish [ loridiac. and Harry Simonhoff for le Jewish community, and TobiaImon and Herbert Heiken. local' ttorneys, for the F.C.L.U.. with: erhaps a prominent local judge or P. H. Franklin Williams. Univerly of Miami vice president, as Aerator. [Such a meeting, preferably held a centrally located hotel, could |rv'e the purpose of clearing the i by focusing expression on th>sues involved. This would serve : an important educational pro-1 fam for all concerned and I betve would be attended by hunds of very interested members the Miami community. BERNARD SEGAL Miami MTOR. The Jewish Floridian: I read with shock and dismay the attack on the home of Samel Mindlin, stemming from Leo lindlin's dispute with Alan CourtIt ia difficult to know what to ly at a time like this. It would' presumptuous of me, sitting in I high rent district on East 84th New York City, to urge Leo' lindlin to keep up the good fight, j t to lose heart, and to continue, call the shots as he sees them. On the other hand. I could hard-1 suggest that he run for cover. Ibove all. the best thing to be said this: Let Lee Mindlin know that he has friends who respect nun for his courage, and who admire him for the real lorce for human decency that he has made The Jewish Floridian. RICHARD COHEN, Director Public Relations Department American Jewish Congress Mew York City Y estiva University Cited By Special Report NEW YORK — Yeshiva Univer-: sity received three citations at the 44th annual convention of the! American College Public Relating Aasn. meeting July 11 in Washington. DC An award for the Univereitys Ambassadors program was' one of. nine cited in the public re-1 latinos and development project category in a field of nearly 43 entrtes • MMII • I • • I I t ••••!•• Books of Enduring Worth TOE SONCINO PRESS regrets to state that portions of the SONCINO TALMUD and SONCINO ZOHAR have been reproduced and sold WITHOUT ITS CONSENT OR PERMISSION The reproduction ofSoncino publications and their sale without its authorization is FORBIDDEN ACCORDING TO JEWISH LAW and has been so declared by The Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada The Rabbinical Council of America The Chief Rabbi of Great Britain and the Commonwealth and The London Beth Din Legal action to restrain these activities has been commenced For complete list of the works of The Soncino Press and name of your nearest bookseller, you are tnrtted to writs to THE SONCINO PRESS LTD. AUDLEY HOUSE, NORTH AUDLEY STREET, LONDON, W. 1, ENGLAND MIM1I IKIIII



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Page 12-A -JeHistncrktoM B'tS TuVSN JtPUSAU* Present at recent celebration of the seventh ann.versary of Boys Town Jeru3laem, a trade school combining vocational training and religious education, are (left to riqhti Jacob Snapira, Hollywood. Fla.; Jack PoDick. Miami Beach; and A. J. Malasky. Miami Beach. Not shown but also present at ceremonies was Kindergarten class of the Hebrew Academy Receives diplomas during recent graduation exercises at the Academy. Left to right (seated) are Mara loan Goltman. Marcie Nan Geltman. Aryeh Geiger. Trudy Ann Simon. Wayne Wallis, Eileen Fern Rapke. Irwin Reiohard, Meredyth A. Reinhard, Mark Rubenstin. Celia Belaky. Barry Howard Kutscher, Debora Golda Seif. Ora Lee Gross. Left to right (standing are kindergarten faculty Mrs. Rose Lauer. Mrs. Marjone Ent. Mrs. Judy Rackovsky. Mrs. Yaffa Tescher. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, presented the diplomas. Bank Chief's Dead Sea Plan Nixed JTA—By Oiretl Teletype Wire .JERUSALEM-The Israel Gov ernment has turned down a re quest from Eugene R Black, pres ident of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, who had asked that Israel denationalize its Dead Sea potash works, turning the enterprise over to private investors, according to an announcement here recently by Murder Mai Bentov. Minister of Development. Mr Bentov disclosed the disagreement with Mr. Black while answering questions regarding hi* ministry's budget in the Knesset. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Mr.*,', Lor.est & OMtst Supplier tor I mmpmm He.rew I Seoeoy Schooli. •Vholesole A Ut,U MIAfU WJS AMD UOVtlTUS 417 WosJii*. IM AM. it 1 9017 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK 'The South'* most beautiful Jewish cemetery" 30 Minutes from the Beach Vie The New 3ofh St Causeway JE 1-5369 Mr. Black was her* recently, impacting various Israeli enterprises, including the potash works, preparatory to a decision to be made by the World Bank next month about Israel's longpending application for a multimillion dollar loan. Part of the proceeds of that loan n earmarked for expansion of the pot ash industry. Another principal portion of the loan will be weed according to Israel's plena for broad expansion of pert facilities. According to Mr. Bentov. Black was told that Israel must preserve public ownership of the Dead Sea potah industry', since the Dead Sea contains Israel's greatest national mineral resource. Bentov said the government also feeli Health Mr Planned Dade County Medical Assn. announces pi sax (or an educational fair in October at the Dinner Key Auditorium m conjunction with the second annual South Florida House and Garden Exposition Dr. David Kirsch. public relations chairman of the association, said the Miami Health Fair will feature exhibits illustrating the newest approved educational ideas in health and hy giene promotion. AUGUST BROS RW NZWMZN FUNERAL HOME I III OAOC BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH 'Effcrson 1-7677 WwereJ T. Newrnor. 1 unorol Oirecior ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE *n NiMfw sumits roe .mumma A mm <>, We Carry Bar Mitivah Rocerd. 1357 WASHINGTON AVI JE I77M FREE JWr reiaystar" BdsteMfeeaatooM. TOW JIW1SH HMITAGI" t printed ia Eoglish-ea •Plring booklet for •rery^hotm sad every.. fitgmmtm Jacob Rivkin. President of Boys Town Jerusalem is Ira Guilden. national chairman of Israel Bonds and leading American financier. The school, patterned after Boys Town of America, has an enrollment of more than 200 students. Training is offered in printing, tool and diemaking, electronics and various other subjects. Miamions Aid Council Effort For UAHC Camp .Meyer N Kronenber of SenthKate Towers. Miami Beach, is the recently • appointed permanent chairman of a camp committee of •he Southeast Council of the Union of American Hebrew Coogre gations. Kronenberg explained Here that the committee's function is to rally support for the establishment of a i permanent summer camp for children of members of Reform con 'gregation^ UAHC ia the national organiza lion of some 550 Reform synagogues through the United State. A 200-acre site was acquired bv the Southeast Council about a year and a half ago in northern Georgia. The camp is some 25 miles beyond Gainesville, Ge., Krenenberg explained. The site ha> crystal blue spring-. i KMireei of .nnking water and %  j two streams raj tufficiatl ittt to be i dammed up for a swimming lake The camp would belong lo the %  UAHC, Kionmberg said, adding that other Re lor m districts 1 throughout the nation are already operating nek camps MM %  ''re trying to do is to' get each city within the Southeast Council to donate S6.000 lor the erection of a winterized cabin at :hc camp." Kronenberc said. "Cities smaller than Greater Miami would, ol course, be asked to give smaller sunir Accord.ii2 to Kroncnberg. cities in the Southeast Council already: accounted for in the summer camp project are Birmingham and Do i than. Ala : Atlanta and Macon. Ga.: and Sumter. S.C. Working to publicise Miami's responsibility to contribute a winterized cabin are members of local youth organizations af Friday. July 15, fttiatetf with MM National oration of Tempi a Vevth. NFTY u an affiliate of rbjl ion of American Hebrew jgations. UAHC fc, currently eugi I a I15.000.0IX) development campaign, launched on ociaa the organization'! national I convention last November. He'll lecture on Sleep Sleep — How to Get More* will be the topic of a lectun Dr. Abraham Wolfson in the dens of the Blackstone hot* Friday at 6:45 p.m. Thi the third in a series of ten >n "The Good Life." which i at the Spinoza Outdoor F_, now located at the Black-tone"' Wolfson is founder and directm the Forum. SABBATH EVE SERVICES 1 Every Friday Night 8 15 p.m. TEMPIE ISRAEl of Greater Miami 137 N.E. 19th St A Reform Synagogue at JOWH %  NAot •ahW Miami Hebrew look S 1*85 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beach JE S-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools A Private UM ISRAELI a\ DOMESTIC GIFTS GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 Jc JaV FRanklin 91436 fjj 710 S.W. I2lh AvenuiS^ ^orthaide lev. E tock wi %  fe. I Joel is f Mr. a vturrpj -rf Miami, Ha. HARRY GORDON PftBIDCNT IKE GORDON FUNEiAX OltECTOt that the profits from the potash industry must not be funnelled out of Israel but must instead be reinvested here. Mr. Black was also told, trie de! velopment minister stated, that if, the World Bank should insist on denationalization of the Dead Sea potash industry, such insistence) would be interpreted as an at• tempt by the bank to use its loan for political purposes. Mr. Black was assured, however, Mr. Bentov declared, that Israel would continue efforts to solicit foreign in-' vestments in the potash industry, i Here, memory is forever enshrined in beauty Moon) Nebo, Miasai'a nMr.i and tin.--i Jr~i.li remrler) CM be yvtir only rfcoare JH-I j, u has already been for ever 4.000 other highl) esteemed Jeoisti Iannises. A Perpetual Caae Fend breeding %  100,000 i \ %  •in aiinramn of ilnrrr.|ijnenip beauty And t'orrr are ,„, | atft< ||||—|| W U '•' llullllrtljllir .. % !. 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1* =5? r July 15. 1960 +Jmlsli ncr/dlian Pag* 15-A LEGAL NOTICE \Ml. m NOTICE UNDER riTIOUS NAME LAW IS HKRL'KY GIVEN thai ndei the flitl-inus nmii %  • |i| -:u APARTMENTS at 115 Mild n tin* M nil Hi, i i, ,!, MI. inn. iI.I intends nil 'loot*. ,.f i Mil.County, MRS .HI. i A MOODKR [lor Jul I M.JUfeH-l.i iai ?. t. i ho if Dt H, lly U, inch •o ii.l m\ NOTICE UNDER 7ITIOU5 NAME LAW IS HF.'RERY GIVEN that signed, desiring to engaite I I • Die fictitious imni RESTO F"MD PRODUCTS "•• (ill %  • %  :. Miami B< ... h r Is t. I .'Ki-ii i MJI I.I n mi.. ."lerk of cli.('In nil rourt of HIV. I .1 1,1 %  ORE ENTRRPRIHES. INC. Fla Corp. i.\iii.AMn:i: ,>r Appl can I ltd Ml um Beach •VIM. T -1 -*-!.-. rWMO •Y HENRY LEONARD %  LORI E BY PUBLICATION IRCUIT COURT OF THE M JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF %  A IN AND FOR DAOE TY. IN CHANCERY. No WC 6841 IARIM;I:, f. I K HARPER. bin FOR DIVORCE iM B. HARPER Ifnkaow ii. IA.M U HARPER are -.1 III il a Kill of Com11.1. .ii ,Ii is hern filed and >ou are reipiircd to of your AiHu.r ..i pi.-a.liilll of Complaint on tha Btorneya, KII'MMIIMI \ < in.' Llm ..In Road RulldBea.h. Florida and file the *'" Or Pleading In the ..f?lerk of the I 'hinlt Coul i the 2£nd day of July. fail to do so, Judgment III be taken against you demanded In tha Kill of "What shall we do? 90 people showed up and we only have 88 Honor Plaques to hand out!" i> r~ ILLEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. W—43*5 HAZEL TERRFJLI. Plaintiff, ANNIE IIANITA P NEVVTo.N. Defendant. %  *, .. .. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TO: ANNIE .11 -ANITA P. NEWTON iiikn..,. n Residence unknown TAKE NOTICE thai you are reoulr• %  .I to file youi answer to %  compel nl filed iiKalust \..u ill the at.>.ve matter wiih tin clerk ..f the court on or ifore the 1st day of Aiis-ust, laii i. anil a copy thereof upon Herman T IHIS, UtO \\ F'iagler Slr.-.-t. M ••"li.ri.lM all..in.i f.,r the Plan. lift othejrwlae %  default will he enter. -.1 against you. Dated this Nth day of June, !• J. IMct'RABEN, Clerk Civ il CI.III i of Re. ..id is.-.ill B) JAMES HENKON, Depot) Clerk 7 l--1:.-•-••; LEGAL NOTICE fives-1 toft agn\ rip raQ id i chaii be pnbllehed om %  four ii.iis.-.'iitive week* ,'INII F*LORIDIAN. I> ORDERED at Miami, Jim day of June, A.D. .EATllllllMAN, Clerk. Irt, bade County, Ki..ri.la II.. : I. KNBEDBN. Deputv Clerk /I4. 7/1 1-15 nc m It late] tre JIHI %  laij] tkj t 1 Mil k i ,i J TICE UNDER OUI NAME LAW HEREBY OIVEN that -irina to engage in r the fictitious name .•' ET M.s CO. at 2783 N.W. Tlve. Miami. FTa hV t ., ,i name with the Circuit Court ..I lu.l. Ida. EM Ml 1.I.ANKY riNfi ISICiiKK (. III SIREN UKherti Zalac Atipli. ants Rldf. i'ti. 7'i--ir. %  UNTV JUDGE'S COURT SFOR DAOE COUNTY. %  DA. IN PROBATE No. 47S80B %  ate of HISKNSlfAT ;E TO CREDITORS .nd Persons Having r-mauds Against the Bald _ach of you are hereby noin Order of Admlnlaiiat ion hae been entered In this 'the Honorable Prank K. r the 3rd day of June. IMS ish value of the aald estate rhoiis.iii,l Six Hundred and ., Dollars ($:'.622.nii). and Jwaa aH.'lsiied to SVI.VIA |AY. whose addreas Is 31 Avenue. Coral Cable*. ly. Florida. required to present any payments which you oi rou m.i have anainst the )KM OEKBNBWAT, late of |j. Florida, to the Honorf Judee, of bade County, Sthln H calendar months kte of the first publication claims or demands to eonjil address of Ihe claimant to ami presented as aforeaame will he harrefl. nurctlon 7U... 10 Florida 8tat^T Miami Beach. FloHda. of June. 1S0. UV1A OI58BNBWAT tl'S %  the Estate of Aay Road K 6'!4.7/l-< 1". NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF FLOR DA IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. aoc WM ANNA OOUDtlTBlN, Plaintiff. vs. ABE aOI.DaTlfllN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ABE OOUDRTEIN Von. ABE "IDI.KSTKIN. are hereby notified that a Kill of Complaint for rNvoroe has been filed against you. and you are required to serve .. cop> of your Answer or Pleudine to the RUT ..f Complaint en th plaintiffs Attorney. l.EKOWITZ ANI> KELLER. 70 Eirsl Street. Miami Beach, Kiorida, and file the orlxinal Answer Or Plead Inn in the nffi. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in or before the :".'th day of Juh. 19R1). If you fall to do so, Juilxmenr. nj default will be taken BJjalnal >..ii for the relief demanded in ihe Kill of Complaint DONE AMI oRHETtEO at Miami. lion.la. thla Ul I.' of June. All i: I! LKATHERMAN. Clerk. Cir, uit ..inn Kiorida (M-al) By: N. A. HHVVKTT. Deputy Clerk LUHOWm KELLER 71* First Street .Miami Reach. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff T/l%  -. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREKY OIVEN thai the undersigned, deslrlnuto enKaice in business under the fictitious name of CAPITAL FACTORING COMPANY i not I no.) at Dade County. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WM. 1 (lfil.li. Si'i WINNIE M.M'i'I'S, .-.. %  •. VON ZAMFT KRAVIT7. Attorneys for Applicants l7 Lincoln Road 7/1- NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undnrslKned. deslrlmt to emcatce in husiness under the fictitious name of THE TRAIL . I MO. If you fall to da .-.. ju.lm*-nt h> default will he taken avainM yoil fm the i.-Uef demanrled In the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall he publish.-d ,,n, %  .each rek for four consecutive -\e.-us I In THE JF7W1HH F'I.IIRIDIAN DONR AND ORDERED il Miami, Florida, ilu22nd day of Jane, AD IMS. i: B. LEATHERIIAN, Clerk. Cln in Court, Dade count*. Florida loeal) K>: N. A. HBWKTT, DeiiTHj Clerk OOLDMAN (KH.DSTKIN Attorneys for Plaintiff IMS W. al Flaaler Street Miami, Florida .. •_'>. 7 :-•• IS ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jen 1st ihridiar solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates IHal Fit 3-1605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 60C 6215 \l VOGIE WILLIAMh', I'laioilff. KiiKEltT Wll I.IAMi lefendant NOTICE TO APPEAR T<: ROBERT W U.I.T v.M>. lence I'nknow n YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIEIED that a sun for divorce has been filed against yov and you are required to aorvi •> sop) "f your answer or plea IinK to th. t'omplainl for Dlvor the Plaintiff %  attorney, J. i'AVio I.IKI'MAN. _'i> SIC First Avenue, n Miami Florida, anil, file the original In the office ol the (Terk of the cir. i i Court on .r baton the th day of Auaust, I MO, otherwise, the alle 1st day of July. A.D., II .1 nAYlli i: K I.KATHKRMAN i lerk, Cln ill i 'ourt B> : K M LYMAN. Deputy Clerk IKRMAN •V PUBLICATION 4CUIT COURT OF THl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DAOC IV. IN CHANCERY. Jsa. SOC sau 'ILCIE PF:RF:E IRCO raain, />OR oivortCR Marco Perea Well Crescent lllls, L.I.. N.Y. eh notified that a Bill „ for Divorce hai been I you. and you are requl-ed OOP] of your Answer or the Bill of Complaint on 's Attorney, and file the _ver or Pleading In the nf|Clerk of the Circuit Court %  the ath dav of July. I9W. Fto do so. judgment by deI taken against you for the nded In the Bill of fom_, shall be published euro insecutlve [WISH I-MHUDIAN. D OR"Hl'D at Miami, tlst day of June, A.D ILHATHERMAN. Clerk lurt Dade Count > I B> N A HEWITT. Deputy Clerk lafUROEF ntiff [Ria I Mi 7/1-1-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO CIALCIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No -oc sam KITH L. Ill A KIM. Plaintiff. ICRWIN A. BI.OOM, ^Iefeiidant. NOTICe BY PUBLICATION IX >: EKWIN A. B[XK>M 16.'.20 Sunset Boulevard Pacific Palisades. California Yon. ERWIN A. BLOOM, are hereby notified that an Action F'or Annulment has been filed against you. and you are required to serye a copy of 1 your Answer or Pleadings to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney. LEONARD H Rt'BlN. Metropolitan Bank KulldM.R. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleadings In the office of the Clerk of the fir. isi Court on or before the 8th day of August. I960. If you fall to do so. Judgment hv default will be taken aainst you for the relief demanded in the Pill of Complaint. PONF: and ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 30th day of June. KMMl. E B LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court Dade (Vinli Court House Miami, Florida (seal! By: .V. A. HEWETT. Deputy Clerk f/g-V.-tt-St IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 50.000 IN RF:: E-tnte of JACOB MBLNUCER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Agam~t Said FJetute: You are hereby notified and required to present any c'nims and demands which you may have against the estate of JACOB MFJLNIKER deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade Coonty, and file the same In their >f;lces in the County Courthouse in Dade County, l-'lorlda. within eight calendar.months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. IVKLYN MBLNIKER, As Executrix of the [jist Will and Testament of JACOB MKI.NIKER CHERBN A GOLDEN Attorney* 107 Olvmpia Building Miami 32. Florida. 7/i-*-is.r! IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. M0S9-C In RE: Estate of SALLY MARCUS. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A" Creditor* and All Persona Having .Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required to nreeent in> claims and demands which you may have against the estategsof SALLY MARCCB deceased late"of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade county. and file the sam* In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the firat publication hereof, or the same will be burred. CHARLOTTF: SAROFF as Flxecutrtu of th* Estate LEON A. EPSTEIN Attorney !0 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida „,.„_„.„ NOTICE UNOER FICTi v AW NOTICE IS HKRJSBY OIVEX that thr undersigned, desiring to engage in huslneas under th fictitious name of FAR MIRROR A OLASS COMPANY at !P> t Ave Miami, Fla.. Intend to rerlstesaid nme with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County. F' CHARLF1S FRIEDMAN v \!tW,t.L. ROSENFIM.D HAROLD STRUMPF Attorney for Applicants ^.BUcayneBTvd. ,/,.,,.,,.„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of 8. 8. PINE CO.. at 4S3-4S:. W. Flaub-r St.. Miami Intends to register Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RONALD 8YMONS. Bole Owner MARVIN I WIENER Attorney for Applicant IMS Alnsley Building 7/i--ir.- NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18HEREBY GIVFIN that the undersigned, dealrin* to engace In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL BEARING sKRVFK OF FLORIDA at County of Dade intend* to register said name with thClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AL WEINF.R Mole Owner F;i.l KRIXIER Attorney lot Applicant ttO Lincoln Rd. S/J4.7/1-1-IS IN THI COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE Ne. 47JJS IN RE: F>tate of SARAH TANCTBAl'M, DeaeaMd NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ANO FINAL O SCHARQE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge a H E f the estate of 8ARAH TANBNHAliM, deceased: and that on the 1st day of Angus' "n. %  • >->' to the Honorable County Judgee of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for il.strio uuon and final discharge as Executor, of the estate of the above-named decedent. This tlst day of June. I0. OK' HF:RBN CHEREN A OOLOBM Attorney* ">P7 Olympia Building Miami Florida /M 7/1 .,. 15 NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 60C 6341 \1 lANH'i; RARKER. Plain tiff. Vs CI.IFF'ORD BARKER, I kefendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE in CI.IF'F"OHI> BARKER, tstfendant Residence I'nhonwn Y"'C ARC HEREBY NOTIFIED thai .. lull ol Complaint for Divorr* Bau been filed against you. and you ST* required to serve a copy of rotli Answer or Pie iding to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. James .1 McVeigh. 14A West F'laaler dtreet, Miami 3*. Florida, aud file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 8th day of August. IMS. if you fall to do so. judgment hy default will be taken against you for tbe relief demanded In the Rill of ('om|>laM.t DUNE AND 0RDF:RI:D at Miami. Florida, this Sth day of July. A.D. IMS. B B. I.KATHKRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Cunty. Florid* (seal) B) c P COPELAND, Deputy Clerk I 't-lS-ZZ-E* Air..in. v I',,i Plaintiff SO S. E First A\ellUe iam. Florida 7'-ir.-K-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT OIVEN that the tmdereigned, desiring to engage In l.osine-s under the li.tltiou* name of %  \ i:\ EL ST. IRE No IOO at 700 N W. r.tth Street. Miami. Florida Intend to register aaid n.mith the cirk of the I i II I -our' ,.:' I >a.iCounty, Florida JOHN BANNON II.. IRENCE ''• VNNoN KEKBLER, flARR I ROTH Attorney* f.-r Applicants l;.'.. >• W l,t Street NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKFIKY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hnslness under the fictitious name of DC HARRY HAIRDKEHSI.-HS at 10 Ak-aaar ave.. Coral Gables. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dam (!oano. Florida. ESTHER TH'iTi't. LYDIA F-HUF:ROA HAROLD STRl'MFF' Attorney for Applicant •0* RIs, ayne Bldg 7/'l5-K-.'i • N COUNTY JUOOKS' COURT OAOS COUNTY, FLORIDA N*. 477SS-C RE: ESTATE OF ISAAC HOIFMAN Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N'YTICI': Is hereby slven that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor or the estate of ISAAC HOFFMAN deceased; and that on the 1st day of August. IMS. I will apply to the Honorable 'ROE T. CIARK County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Fixecutor of the Estate of ISAAC HOFFMAN, deceased. This SOth day of June. IMS. MU.TON R MANNHEIMF:R KOVNER A MANMIKOMKR Attorney* for Executor 7/S-1K-- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HFIRHBY (HVHN that the underslaiie.l. ,iesiruii{ to enaage in Mavises* un ler the nctltlous name of F'REl>WYN AIAKTMENTS st 29 Antilln. Coral Cables Intends to register sai.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRF:DF:RJFrrTI. PI. o, -Iff. vs. \ DANIBI. BPlnRDBTW; I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DANIEL SPI'RDETTl :..• Spring Street New York. 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... u n j the W ovnan s "World Birthday present Barbara Rosoff and husband Jack, who was recently ordained as a rabbi, presented her mother, Ruth Ginsburg. with a grandchild on the very same day as her birthday .. Proud grandfather Ben Zion Ginsburg will have to buy two presents for the double occasion beginning next year ... M-old and Rita Stone had a grand time in New York, with Rita friends she liked "Sound of Music" best of all the shows iw Finale to their trip was a 15th anniversary wedding [at the Americana ... ^MP""^I i.v (Mrs. Samuel) Kling may make the movies yet She marriage counselor husband stayed at the Essex House i their New York vacation jaunt, with Sadie bumping into ewis twice in the elevator there ••Real cute," comments *ns Pat and Sue, daughters of the Leonard Burstens, having time at the Howey Academy in the hills of Florida. > Eugene Rosenthal back from a cross-country solo flight him to visit friends in Richmond, Washington, Chicago, Fond-du-Lac, Wise, and Atlanta Flying a Cessna [.Rosenthal hopped from Miami to Richmond on the first trip Washington to Chicago and Atlanta to Miami covered in one-day flights ... His visits were with bud[made while stationed in Ashiya, Japan ^•nd Mrs. Abe Eisenberg, 1060 Still water dr., have cancelled Me6 European vacation because of his recent illness [executive of Riverside Memorial Chapels, was advised by to postpone the couple's extensive travel plans for the year, even though he's almost completely recovered. Rita Kirschner was honored at a pre nuptial luncheon the Algiers hotel The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Kirschner, 2550 SW 24th ave.. becomes the bride of Robson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewison, 5518 SW 5th ter., Hostess at the Algiers luncheon was Mrs. Philip War2 SW 25th rd., Bob's aunt, who entertained 25 of Rita's ; close friends ... tta De Young, of the Saxon Manor, left Wednesday for a fand social summer First stop is Tanglewood, where Attend the Berkshire Festival Then, off to New York Bit with friends before going on to Interlochen, Mich., to %  teachers seminar in the music colony there Finally, | a visit with relatives and friends in Detroit, her former %  fore returning to Miami Beach around Labor Day fcdney Naness, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Naness. 1030 Ke. will spend a ten-day vacation with his family before • Korea to serve in the Armed Forces The young MD %  from the University of Miami medical school in 1959, and MeHd his internship at the Los Angeles County General r. He is now in Texas with the UA Arm* Medical Corps. %  < € MM %  hotelwoman Jennie Grossinger. brand new member of %  t'reek Division of the National Council of Jewish Women, Bar Grossinger, N.Y., mountain resort enjoying the cool %  QnflB (Mrs. Sam) Fallick gathered her family around her to r ?th birthday in fine style .. Feinberg's refrigerator bursting with snacks .... ichael Feinberg and his friend, William Harris, jr., en Ht Allentown, Pa., to spend their vacation here ...' Kod Mrs. Robert Green and Elliot stopping in Easton. Md., Iwsins, and then on to Philadelphia and the wedding of man and Sheila Tankin ... Of course, there'll also be at Brandeis University before they settle down in Cape Ir summer vacation ... avid (Helen) Garren and son, Richard Neal, here for to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Schwartz, of land David's an accountant with the Jahns Corp. of and Mrs. Murray Alstet, of 1433 Messina ave.. Coral iterlained Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Louis Glasser. Uy returned from a trip to Russia Bess is chairman Armed Services Committee in behalf of Jewish servicebestead Air Force Base, where Rebbi Alstet acts as Gue.-ts included Mfij. and Mrs. David Rinzler. Sgt. Janford Cohen. Sgt. and Mrs. Arnold Levy, Mr. and Mrs. coe, Mr. and Mrs. David Rice and son, Louis, a West I... wiis (Gussie) Margulies, of the Beth David Congregation [staff, left Monday on a 15-day Caribbean cruise aboard louth ... i from Europe are Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Robbins, who jfcry minute of their trip Ruth like London and Rome MM MM the a second honeymoon for Melvyn and Natalie FrumVes le will stay with her grandmother in Orlando The pins at home on No. Prospect dr. in Coconut Grove, and JNatclie will •do" New York, with his mother Lillian [-apartment there as headquarters Lil, by the way, jDonald Barmacks, Debby and Cathy still talking about ful time in Central America .. ag about town with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldman and Coral Gables, were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldman, Newj making their annual visit to the Beach ... ES and Bertha Sangerman looking forward to their trip > see the Olympics .. and Ruth Sternheim off again on another European jaunt, [to England, France, Germany and Luxemburg. [big night Saturday at the Miami Beach Auditorium, where was crowned Miss Universe, saw Irma Herman there le Dreyer and her grandson, Howard Lundy, and Simon Me Charlotte is still in New York on a buying trip Beekerman, who had returned from Europe the day bearing with her son, Stuart And the Leonard Beldners daughter Stanley Arkin and his adorable Jill ink and Helen Steinberg, and the Slack Bar Millers, David ^rm editor Edith Applebaum's son, Alan, on his firt Gotham |p Letter to his doting mom describes an afternoon at Continued erl Page B ^Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, July 15, 1960 Section B DEVELOPMENT OF A SENSITIVE ASTHETIC DRIVE Her Delicate Artistry Emerging By ALFRED WERNER One of the miracles in our time is the emergence of artists, some of them first-rate, from a milieu that offered them no stimulation, no encouragement whauoever. I refer to the scores of painters and sculptors who were born in the Jewish quarters of drab little towns in Eastern Europe, far away from museums, and among people who usually interpreted the Jewish religion as forbidding the visual arts (a misinterpretation of the ban against the worship of idols). Many of these gifted men and women left their home land to seek training, but a few reached middle age before they discovered their inherent talents, and began to draw, paint or make sculpture without the benefit of academic instruction. In this country, such immigrants as the cloak and suit manufacturer, Morris Hirshfield, or the cabinet maker, Israel Litwak, became famous as genuine "primitives." but the late Sarah "DEATH OF A POET." BY SARAH BERMAN IW TEST ARE* TEST Lovely Woman Scientist Studying Cancer Virus By MEYER LEVIN We sat in a second floor sitting rcom of an elegant iittle house on Manhattan's East River. Dr. Ma thilde Krim — as photogenic as a youthful Ingrid Bergman — and I spoke earnestly of science and of the passionate dis-passion of the scientific attitude. If only statesmen, we agreed dolefully, could be governed by this stern compulsion towards the truth. We talked for a while about man's drive for knowledge. Then, we got down to cases — specifically Dr. Krim's own area of truth — the heart of the cell itself. Her work has ranged from analysis of the sex structure of the cell to her rresem absorption with the analysis of canctr virus. In all this, though her laboratory is now set i'P in the Division of Virus Research at New York Cit>'s Cornell Medical School, she is still very much a part of the Rehovoth team, as she has been since she came for the first time to Israel. Her ties with the Weizmann Institute of Science are more than professional. Arthur Krim, her husband, is an active member of the Institute's board of governors, and the Krims. for the past year or so, have commuted between New York and Rehovoth. 1 had gone to see Dr. Krim because of the subject matter of her current research. From all corners of the world, there have come, in recent months, predictions of a breakthrough in the urgent battle against cancer; predictions based on the new approach in virus research. %  % %  ^4 Into H •i Search Dr. Krim explained the facts. The nection telween virus and cancer was established as long DR. MATHILOE KRIM as fifty years ago, chiefly by Peyton Rous who had obtained virus from a tumor of a chicken, and, by injecting it into another bird of the same breed, had succetied in producing a parallel tumor. But the line of investigation almost petered out; and many attempts to extract viruses from other tumors gave mostly negative results. But during the last fifty years, the virus theory came up, again and again. In 1955, two American researchers found that there was a much more active virus which produced cancer in many forms, and in different animals. Also, it could be maintained in tissue culture. It proved effective in mice, rabbits, hamsters and rats. Cancers were produced in salivary glands, kidneys, bone, mammary glands hair follicles and other organs. Foi multitude of effects, the material Continued on Page 4-B Berman who truly belongs in t .s category, has yet to be discovered by American museums and prr. ate collectors. She was born Sarah Ostro\sky in 1893 in the Ukraniman town of Romny, the daughter of a store keeper who was a "rara avis" himself, insoiar as he painted a bit After the pogroms of 1905, be took his large family to the United States. He would, to be sure, h^ve given Sarah and his other chilc.-ea all the education they might h..e wanted, but he was a poor grtsnhorn, and not successful in the New World. As a teen-ager, Sarah' had to earn her own living (and even to help her family) as a seamstress in a sweatshop. Conditions were bad in Philadelphia whsre she started out. and net much ter after she moved to New York. Guid< But for two smiles from Fortune, her life might have gone on ::ke that of any one of the millions v.ho [•' ured into the Western World in the first years of this century. But she was lucky enough to meet and fall in love with Levi Berman, another Russian immigrant a n d a gifted Yiddish poet — the man vvho was to be her guide, mentor and comforter. Equally important, she discovered her bent for drawing and painting, and was encouraged by her husband as well as a few sensitive friends in her efforts at self-expression She read avidly and became familiar with the art of past and present. But the only school she attended as a painter was the always changing, never ceasing life around her, which she watched and absorbed with a sympathetic soul — life on the farm in upstate New York, and life on and around Union Square, in downtown Manhattan, where the Bermans found their permanent home. (Mrs. Berman c.id there in 1957, but h*-r husband remains in the apartment, filled with memories of a happy marr.ago. and with the hundreds of drawings and paintings that she ll i: him. and which he cfiers to a world '.hat must be educated to acknowledge genius in whatever humble garment it may reveal itself. No Promoting During Mrs. Berman's lifetime, her two cr three one-man shous wire nit overlooked by such astute critics as the dean oi them all, Henry McBride, and, more recent. Don Ashton. The former admired bet 'untrammeled imagination," while the latter compared the artist to a "wild flower." The painters Jose Clements Orozco and Joseph Stella, and the sculptor Elie Nadelman also had high regard for her work. But museums and collectors overlooked her. In an age in which vast pictures without content and, alas, often without form, are the vogue, she could not very well compete with her small, meticulously drawn and delicately brushed works. Besides, aggressiveness of any sore was alien to her. She did nothing to promote her cause. All she did was to draw, to paint, to express her tender, feminine fet]ings in creations that combine sharp realistic observation with a blossoming fantasy. Now, at last, three years after death — as quiet ard unobtrusive as had been her liie — sclooCentinued on Page 6 B



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Uaatas; Company and Mi contiwoe. a* divMon manager am, Ante Leas.ng Co. -r^ Fincher Executlve u a-suming ownership, the System has its executive offices nncner Executive Lcaaaaf S>-tem and service facilities in Fincher ranta as the Souths large.t Motor Otv at 1740 XE 2nd ave of automobile leasing Miami £ */j YARMOUTH */s EVANGELM -TWHSHTIH Of rm caemwan' SWUMMINO root SUM OICK Wz A IK. i CONDITIONS ^7jMY_| (10)MY,~W0 (15)t/.T-,-.26 By Special Report WALTHAM, Man -Brandeis L'ni versity this week reported th< largest eift received in its history from a donor in tribute to another person Frank J Prince, noted industrialist of Nr> York City and St. Louis, has given a grant of $75,000 to the institution in honor of his fnend. Jacob A. Goldfarb, who n a member of the board of trustees of Brandeis This aift stemfrom the recent dinner honoring Goldfarb on the occasion of Ins 66th birthday, at which friends and associates announced the esf.-ibli.-hmer.t of the Jacob A. and Bertha Goldfarb En jdowi 'opment Fund in honor of the couple uhose earlier gencr OOttJea made po>sible the new BrandeL niverMty Library Frank Prince earned early fame aa reported for the Indianapolis Timefollowing his paper's ex po-ure of ihe Ku Klux Klan in 1923, for which the Times received a Pul.tzer Prize His series of arti cles on Klan corruption are credited with the break up of Klan activi jt that time. 0*T It'OV'O %  • *OW M.1K1 11m. '.II .no mlf Slheedt oci i%DIC \r JN I" 2f XI 10' JS" %  *• -. %  • 1rt 14M*ri}' 5s %  ;.. .. % w larowe • iKiioa (••:• 'luaue u. 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CUM M...K AH *W.k. SSw. ***-*• %  0~d~. i.4*. ••. Sr PltSON INTERCONTINENT TRAVEL SERVICE ••w-i. n>Ma W, Ft I.*,* PlEASf S€NO INfOaATK)N ON TOUt TO Address Israel's latest note, re-stating Israel's earlier position that it considered its apology to Argentina as co-stitut-m such reparations, Israel planned in additional conciliatory gesture — possibly dispatching Mrs. Golda Mtir, the Foreign Minister, en a goodwill missior to Buencs Aires. The possible appeal for Wi mediation. lAOUld Argentina re main obdurate, derived from the fact that V,". ..gates at the Security Council meeting which heard Argentina'! complaint against Israel in the Eichmann -• ire. indicated clearly that their governments regarded Israel's public apologies as adequate repar ation" to Argentina. The proposal called for a request by Israel to those governments to mediate the deadlock in that spirit the vote on the amended Ar tinian resolution for fear that port of the resolution might be"l terpreted a* support for (he that Israel should return Eichnil to Argentina The Shrth Bureau of the luaH police, which it assembling % for Eichmann'* trial, will submit to Mm soon a list of attorney, who have indicate* their willing. nest to aorvo as defence counsel in his forthcoming trial in Jen> •atom. All of the candidates fir the fense assignment live abroad of them are from West Germ and Austria but, in addr. yers in several other Europe countries have expressed readin* to act as Eichmann s defen-e sel. 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*JewlsliFkridian Page 3-A Shekel Campaign Launched in US spathic General Hospital board of directors grants Arkin Btruction Company the go-head for erection of the new Miami Beach 106-bed hospital. Shown above are NorArkin, of the company, discussing the contract with Sam Hilman, construction consultant for the hospital, while BerH Marder. auditor, looks over their shoulders, and Dr. Wil^k S. Currie, board chairman, and Mayor Dan Diefenbach beet the hospital renderinq. To be located at NE 167th st. f47th ave., the hospital will be completed within eight Laying of the foundation is scheduled in the next 60 wish Agency Tells Plans ir Five Zionist Confabs |TA By Direct Teletype Wire %  JSALEM—The Jewish Aeentecutive disclosed Tuesday or five regional Zionist Coni to be held this fall in prepfor the 23th World Zionist in Jerusalem "next De| regional gatherings will inan American Zionist Conpreviously announced for 17. The other assemblies will in Argentina at the end of for South America, one j in September in Italy for French and Italian-speaking European countries, one in the middle of September in Holland for English, Dutch and German-spe.: Europeans, and one in Mexico in early October for Central America. The executive also decided to propose the holding of a General Zionist Council meeting at the end of October in Jerusalem to make final arrangements for the World Zionist Congress agenda and for participation in it of non-Zionist organizations. INSURED SAVINGS NEW YORK—ZOA Rededication Day was observed here in furtherance of the nationwide sale of the Herzl Shekel in preparation for the forthcoming World Zionist Congress, in a joint proclamation issued by Abraham A. Redelheim, president of the organization, and Max Bressler, national chairman of the ZOA Shekel campaign. A goal for the sale of over 500,000 ZOA Herzl Shekafim for the Congress, which is scheduled to open in December, 1960 in Jerusalem, was set as a public demonstration of the ZOA's role in the world Zionist movement and a force in the American Jewish community. Design* tiny ZOA R •dedication Day, all Mo ZOA regions and district* throughout the country wore called upon to concentrate tfwir efforts during that day "to tho enlistment of vast numbers of now Shekel registrants to join tho million* Of Jows everywhere who will purchase the Shekel as a symbol of their support of tho Star* of Israel and tho Zionist ideal." ZOA Rededication Day saw thousands of Zionist volunteers canvass. Jewish homes and public gathering places for the enrollment of Shekel registrants under the ZOA banner. In the proclamation, the ZOA leaders point out the importance I of the Shekel this year when the centennial of the birth of Theodor Herzl is being universally ob-erved. The concept of Jewish unity, propounded by the founder of the Zionist movement is the essence of the Zionist ideal. We can effectuate this ideal by the sale of Shekalim to every Jew in our community, thus showing to ourselves' and to the world at large the unity of the Jewish people." The proclamation continues: 'Through the current Shekel i campaign millions of Jewish men and women throughout the world are voicing their solidarity with the | heroic efforts of Israel to assure it* continued peaceful develop-! ment "In the spirit of our traditional j ilove of freedom and liberation. Shekel a"s a symbol of our people-' I we call upon all Zionists to profaith in the historic mission in the mote, on this ZOA Rededication j State of Israel and in the fulfill' Day, the sale of the ZOA Hendi ment of the Zionist Ideals." 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Jy 15. 1960 vJenisti ftcridian Page S3 i %  ^bbk r1 r V # %  • Opening Mall Work Begun Preliminary work on the construction of the Lincoln rd. Mali has begun with the crews of the Miami Beach Water Department installing hew'water mains and removing fire hydrants from the Lin coin rd. strip between Pennsylvania and Lenox aves. This work is being done now to avoid delays when bulldozers begin • ipping out the center of Lincoln rd. Aug. 1 for actual construction of the Mall. The water department expects their.work to take about six weeks, keeping in advance of crews raising the Lincoln rd. street to sidewalk level. .-r* f bar-old Shlomo Elisar, who was born on the day that fof Israel proclaimed its independence in 1948. preHozen roses to Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Minister for sirs, in celebration of the 12th anniversary of the wl. Mrs. Meir visited the United States and mtly on behalf of the 1960 Israel Bond camr economic development. Young Shlomo's father. £el Elisar, works as a welder in a Jerusalem factory nx was financed with Israel Bond funds. More Shades of Kastner the destruction of Hungarian Jews, including Brand's efforts to negotiate the exchange of "trucks for Jews" F.ichmann had doomed to destruction. When the Mall is completed the present flow of traffic and parked cars will be replaced by tropical plants, monthly flower arange] ments, arches and graceful fountains. Trackless trams will trans \ Golden GlodtS Chapter port shoppers and sightseers IID! and down the length of the milelong shopping promenade. Mrs. Harry J. Finke, president, Jewish Braille Institute of America, accepts*! check for S5.C00 from the Women's Branch. Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, as the initial contribution toward the cost of publishing an Orthodox Prayer Book in Hebrew-English braille for free distribution. Left to right are Rabbi Emanuel Rackman. president. Rabbinical Council of America; Mrs. Finke; Mrs. Allen I. Edles, national president. Women's Branch of UOJCA; Mrs. Isidor Freedman, chairman of the prayer book project for the Women's Branch, UOJCA. will hold a swim party Saturday evening. Aug. 6 at the Moongate Newly formed Golden Glades chapter, Order of the Eastern Star.motel in Hallandale. TEL 1 — (JTA) — A new ontro %  ver the extermination f th 1 of Hungary loomed H iis *TOB %  he scheduled publica%  book bv Joel Brand. ; f who negotiated with Haurderer Adolf Eich %  a %  awaiting trial in Isval Baurt Justice Chaim ohen :tm MB aide. Amnoo Thai, [had sent a letter to 1 asserting that the 1 %  Hid Soul," contained %  teremes Blan for tho publisher •aid %  pest conference that K toxt dealing with .r Hfrriividuals had boon H that onothor letter I HadtE Hoivod from Thai at%  he changes were in M adequate %  1 threatening) court\ action to Hsvorw publication at Brit for damages. %  hen was the state 1 the trial of Dr. Is K one-time leader of Bbwry. who was conHsntially on charges of %  with the Nazis in %  vary > Hr. who was assassi%  7. was cleared post%  %  he Supreme Court of g< %  8 M hen the court oued e %  rear-old pamphleteer. %  lalkiel G Keuaid guilty of hav%  r Kastner. That ver%  d a district court verHng Grunewald a ^ %  Aul" is described as %  be entire history of Jewish Plondian Excluiii* Voim M c ARRIAGE COUNSELOR MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIAGE COUNSELOR AND AUTHO* MR. KLING IS ON VACATION. HIS COLUMN WILL RESUME ON HIS RETURN. L IVING %  nation or across the M ML your Allied man to Hfeno vo aafor and oaaior. CaHl prVeissberger IAN0U TIANSFR [WAREHOUSE CO. |*th Tvrrace Miami. Fit natea • Comploto aorv vhoro by land, aoa, air Bpod modorn van a vice to all principal cltloa Eking and storage. fmn Um LArtOCBT MOVIN < \2t lock 0 ito, r. lOauAao co y o matter what kind of cigarette you like... filter, non-filter or menthol... you'll find the one that's right for you in the Lorillard family of fine cigarettes. With two hundred years of • tobacco experience behind them— you can depend on Lorillard • to be first with the finest cigarettes through Lorillard Research!



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July 15. 1960 Jen is* Fk>rkUann Page 9-A Gurion Critical of Fulbright Report on Refugees Continued from P 1-A mittee, must "surely" be aware I that the Arab states were exploit( i ng the refugees' plight for political advantage which the Prime Minister called "a severe crime against humanity." Commenting that the Senator could not be held responsible to the Weinstein, Boston and a leader in in Jewish affairs on le local and national has been elected of the National lily Relations Advisicil, the official polig, coordinating and ce agency for six naivic and religious arms and 51 local cornorganizations, all of are concerned with > community relations lited States. ian Gets ler Term B. Liebman. Miami at%  s reclected chairman of Council of South Plorent meeting. The Counpublic relations reprefor all Zionist urganisatreater Miami. cted to serve with Lieb[one year were Mrs. A. ekelner, executive vice Mrs. Dorothy Fink. iirstein, and Daniel Crav[ chairmen; Mrs. Marvin pa, recording secretary. ernard Harder, corresSecretary; Miss Lillian I social secretary; M i s s Be Marx, treasurer; Mrs. Hftnick. financial secretary; tSamuel Z. Sakrais, chair budget committee. B^na Brenner Meyers will lentarian. and A. Arthur will serve as honorary I Knesset for his remarks, he asked i that the motion, introduced by Hcrut'.s Arye Altman, be removed | from the agenda. The motion was i rejected. The Knesset also rejected the I Communist-sponsored motion to debate the Prime Minister's recent visit to West European countries and Israel's bid to join the European Common Market. Communist deputy Shmuel Mikunis called the bid "an alignment of Israel with imperialism." The Prime Minister replied it would be below the dignity of the Knesset to argue with Mikunis. He said his visit was aimed at strengthening Israel's security and establishing closer trade and scientific cooperation with European countries and to explain Israel's "modest" contribution toward the welfare of the Asian and African nations attaining statehood. He called such Israeli efforts mutually beneficial. Brians Get vet Awards is figured prominently He recent convention of rith. District S, in Norfolk, Milton Friedman, named relect of the district, was his "outstanding work" He of Israel Bonds. Seiavitch, of Gilbert Balge, received an E. Albert ward for his activity in f B'nai B'rith's veterans Seiavitch is district coof the Florida. Georgia. i Carolina areas. [Wilson, president of North Ige. received a plaque as ir outstanding B'nai B'rith in District .9. Wilson was elected treasurer of the State Federation. Niebcrg. president of FlorIe Federation, was awarded for bis leadership of Cori Lodge during 190040. inding lodge award went to Balkin Lodge of Miami ible mentions went to Mipach and Coral Gables fair I xec Moated Id L. Fine, director of real ___ %  Food Fair's southern dithis week was unanimously chairman; of the newlyCity of Miami Economic t>ry Board. The board, apjd by Miami's City Commiswill assist In the development nomic planning for the comA Midyear Report To The Members of WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS The more than 21,000 members of our Washington Federal family can well take pride in this report at the midpoint of our eighth year. Our total assets, mortgage loans and savings accounts each continue to increase at a rate in excess of a million dollars a month. This grout hand the opening of our beautiful new Washington Federal Building have made these the most memorable six months in our history thanks to you. JACK 0. GORDON ARTHUR H. COURSHON BOARD OF Prwtfttrf Ckmhmmn *W f* i s — DIRECTORS —^^——— S^latement \Jf Condition -—-—-—————^— JUNE 30. I960 +4mk Cash on Hand and in Banks ....-....$ 1.511.080.20 BiHi U.S. GoTernment and Agency SocuritMO -:..... 8.916.S46.81 Total .. $10.427.S27.fJl ZZ Fiwt Mortgage Loam.... !" ..,-...... 49J84.213.4t Boal Eatat. Ownod ... .„ 48.905.34 Othor LOOM ... 191.087.24 Fodoral Homo Loan Bank Stock 648.000.00 Land Building and Equipment—Not.. 1.608.788.80 Deterred Charge* and Othor Assets.. 161.170.74 Total Aaooto ....,.*..... $62.647.772.68 aitiN a. JLiabilitiis -And K*irv*t SaTing. Account. „ $52,532,061.28 C"l Loon, in Process 2.387.557.62 Adrancas— Federal Homo Loan Bank 4.800.000.00 paua Othor Liabilitios 194.426.57 Surplus and Reserree -r... 2.733.727.21 Total Liabilitioa and Hosorveo $62.647.772.68 &f ^v* 0 liVa WASHIN 4* CURRENT A ANNUAL DIVIDCID SA )< FEDERAL ASSOCIATION ACB 1 tf*? MMH w amta III US ARRANGE THE FRK TRANSFER Of YOUR FUNDS HrOM ANYWHCM IN THE UNITED STATES Each Savings Account Insured Up To S10.000 By An Agency Oi The US Govt. THREECONVENIENTOFFICESTOSERVEYOU (IMMrWH 1244 WAWI IM4J f ON AVWHM IMS WASMHMTON 1701 MftlDIAN AVfNfJt 11 S3 NOtMANOY OHIVi



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Page 14-A +Jmltfi tkrkfiar) rrid Y. July 15. J Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN A Satirist's Novel View of 'Non-Zionist' Israel Today LOOK BACK, MRS. LOT! By Ephraim Kishon. Translated from the Hebrew by Yehanan Goldman. 239 pp. Tel Aviv: N. Tversky Publishing House Ltd. "THIS BOOK," writes 35 year-old satirist Ephraim Kishon. "is a bold and unprecedented experiment: it proposes to draw a picture of Israel without filling in with Zionism." From this perilous flouting ot rules. Kishon advances, pen in har 1. to a greater crime: aided and abetted by his translator. Yohanan Goldman, he aims at Israel and lets fly with a merci Jess barrage of barbed humor. To wit: "It take> the average new immigrant 3-4 years on the outside until he is able to ask passers b\ in fluent Hebrew: Could you please tell me what is the time, but in English' ." And "many things can be found easily uj IsraeL.but streets are not amow them." The young sabra "is an exact incarnation of the Nazis racial ideal, except that he is somewhat blonder and taller While in Europe the fathers dreamt of a Jewish State, the sons dream of a trip to Europe." But these tidbits are merely tossed in during the introductions to the more extended jokes which form the chapters. Kishon. who was undoubtedly born with tongue in cheek, spares nothing — government, doctors. Israeli poker, social workers, supermarkets, commerce, crossword puzzles, all and others are subjected to the most delightful waggery It is really an excruciatingly funny book. One word of warning: it must be taken in small dostPROFITABLB HOURS On the "pornogmphy" of Amman m. -n.,' %  ... ice and | re the harv Of all the Unit) V %  -poken up ( try, v. hen the i .iring .i the halt vlV al (: % d Jews and Get u -the The Suhconimis.ion on Prevention of fa KM ties pulled no minced no vw,rn particular. The Subc --., %  rerort and resolutions went to the group's parent body, the Commission on Human Right> Muting at the Geneva headquarters of the 'nil Commission not only adopted the lower unJt'i it(omm "f 'he fact that the Iv .;. i And >ndeed. the main financial and. to a great extent, also political support for Israel during her "rum However, when Nasser embarked on his Pan Arabic adventures. ,, was primarily Western Europe second Sly to Israel, whose interests were endangered The L'nn>5 fh. eh in ma n,am I d a ra,her ""biguous attitude. Wh !" the chips were down. Israels allies proved to be the W>si European countries.particularly France, as Je Sin." cam t P he*L S £r e K ? V y ,heref0re assume! that one of the main subjects of Mr. Ben-Gurions talks particular^ in Pans, was the Middle East situation and u? pracS the meaning of the S^'AS^SSS in the area and its meaning f or i srae l and for the West Security Council—has tone full way. The several indictments of Nazis and Nazim. the most passionate tributes to the 6.000,000 Jewish victims of the mass-murder tern carried out bj Hitler were heard in the Security Council. Some delegates, like the representatives ol Ai Una and Tunisia, were interested in proving that "some > D4 sl friends an J< a mdemning the aust. But even they did not dare refrain from their concern for human rights r the rest—u unanimi happened during the two days of debate on Aronnection with the ". Mis. i;. ids Heir, hru I I • %  < movin that visibly affected every body in the Council Chamber. When Mrs. Me.r-her voice her throat choked, her ghonlders shaking with emotion uttered a cert:,:-, memorable H. hr. m "'' a man h ml boiled diplomats who did B did not swallow hard Am Maamiri Be'emur... Pt -ma Beviai HaMaasnlab." Those were the Hebrew words pronounced in the Secuntv touncil by Mr Heir. And -he translated: "I beleive wit* perfect faith in the coming of the Messiah." Those were the words, she told the assembled .-i.plomats "that led in the hearts and minds of the six million on the ay to the crematoria." Young Bohdan Leuandowski. the new Polish Ambasr^^ll*" S *? rha ,he mos t eloquent of all the Counoil members on the subject. Even the smirking Arab ober, crowding the chamber blinked their eyes when he SiSTSXml humani, > >"" H ->aked with the Mood of six million victims of Nazi cruelty On our land Ses h of a d n e n a,h nd "" 2ff*^ rpan,zed "um^-S'fSS 1 wf.z LuT T ntl !! nly Ule co "<-entraion of Auschficiency • nCk aS ** kn Wn f0r •* rues "e eferaiions from Se scourge 0 7w ar 'Mf, Z?**" e "<.n,e has brought umold^To^kinV"'" '" ^ lfC as with all good things, too much at cne time cm make you sick "' • • • LET'S BE HUMAN. By H.rry Ploischman. 1 W a. New York: Oceana Publications, 8C Fawrth Avej Director of the National Labor Service of the American Jewish Committee, Harry Flejfcet formerly labor editor for Voice of America an. ,', campaign manager for Norman Thorn a > Th. ,L IS a compilation of his "Let's be Human" co L which appear in over 100 labor papers. Ger' ,i|v ncerned with brotherhood, with civil %  hi and with anecdotes which reve." m i' ress or backsliding on all of th ook has many good quote., and much that is both interesting and i.:formatr.e. but also -ncluoes much that seems totally nmaneoti not ;he book's purpose, but to anvil %  ton Panorama: _Ji DAVID SCHrVARTI Presidential Humor CPEAKING OF POLITICS and J ** isn't at this time of politica! ^onves ions-1 have been reading an int-reMisi .ook it goes back long ayo to the dan •f President Cleveland but polin.-s uai ike technology or medicine. It doess] hange much. The book I refer to is tne autobiogn.>hy ,f Adolf M. Kraus. who ir. his was best known among Jew. as head of the Bn-i Bra na^v I nurlV M n; ou %  •* •" ".ef Executive of a gr3 Of S wh C h K" J K dg l Gresh m CleveJand'! ireffl uriVrr^r he had 8ome P nti "l contscts ber and r. > Sh ""l esCOr,ed him ,0 < chaal SeVvears we hS 8 d: Mr Krau h !" ,s il ** uuse years we had never met*" the rmS^:. 8 ."" h ,ding *' Vlew ,bat ^ P^sidentdj louarea verv K llWiys "* M id: "' Preside. ana ?n!ni\ .„H iT m "" Y0U h ve to *• with a lh0 e'^llmrourfai/ur^o Tee" .^ Sy m n d ** l >* Off the Record r By NATHAN ZIPRIN id Dr. Wise Really Found AJConaress? CENT ASSERTION? h .v.— „_ **• RECENT ASSERTIONS that th. 7 '"'•' Dr Stephen S. fie founder of the Aoertcan let Ufa Con ber of inquiries from From an examination of a vail %  lent concerned about t.' able records and from Oons •* People ho stood L io tne American Jewish Cnmi.., i •he term ^JS^^SSS^ "* dose to him in cn£ d, v ,S Sw wn. man .K Who WaS were many occasions wnea rir L ,h !L ,here founders to sever., I of th/nJl l av credlt bon was presented under the w.?^ V*' reso,u Syrkin. B. Zuckerman and H%f'a /nSd"^ D It was almost two years *£££. Wise enK ^ rr Subsequently, he was joined like Lou i ,h,TS A W< time men Zuckerm'n ,nn kv K B r <"<*<". Dr. Syrkin. B ; .SHo create" en",? had a,rp d y >ccn workin, reate sentiment for the idea. Helpful ... M ire voun' m. C ^ """ "' n, nl %  %  ~ ob "nd Yf,;h S W JO B rner8 in ,he ,lnd D vid Ben prel minarJ ell Be Zvi f S. when the tbroreJic.l n^ Tf *""} M "< the finest ^."es AMha^", \Z r ^ m V-,aent ttd "* 0,> ready been €? 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15. 1960 •Jmidhrhridtian Page 9-B Rumania Ousts Israel Diplomat LONDON — (JTA) — The Ru in.mi,in radio Sunday announced that a member of the Israeli Location in Bucharest ha.s been declared persona non grata by the Rumanian Government and will have to leave the country. The banned Israeli diplomat, Shlomo Aharon, is a Legation attache. He was charged by the Ru-1 manian Government with "carrying on activities contrary to diplomatic standards," the Bucharest broadcast slated. The decision of, the Rumanian Government In out! him was conveyed by the Foreign Ministry to Shmucl Bendor, Israel Minister in Bucharest. <\ ft happily married in real life, Joanne Woodward and "ion don't make out so well as the married couple in Terrace." John O'Hara's story of the Wall Street Myrna Loy and Leon Ames are also in this color Iplaying at the Carib. Miami and Miracle Theatres. • •i "1 ir, Smith Pops Concert Evening Jrlow. famed radio and ector, will lead the Miami Summer Sym|stra in a program of tone Hour" favorites I'S fifth Pops concert ig in the air-condiBeach Auditorium. Barlow include Ken[>oung bass baritone last Sunday at the ig II Han, 19-year-old st who will perform "s Piano Concerto [youthful virtuoso was 1052 by personnel of Air Force stationed native of Ohio now Ride*. N.Y., is j bringing symphonic Iflons of Americans arly days of radio Ho was for many 11 director and conCBS "Philco Radio fs "Voice of FirePHarveat of Start." ^also directed the nafading symphonic orj including the Now Harmonic, the Philabhestra, Detroit, CMI more, Montreal and Symphonies. ill lead the Summer Jin overtures from fffMNf TM MOT* Strauss' "Die Fledermaus" and Wagner's "Tannhauser." Other orchestral selections include Strauss' "Tritsch-Tratsch Polka" and "Blue Danube Waltz," and Tchaikovsky's "Andante Cantabile for String QuartetSmith will sing four numbers. Serenade from "Faust," Toreador Song from "Carmen," "On the Isle of May" and "Full Moon and Empty Arms." Tong II Han, nicknamed "Tony" by his friends, showed musical promise at the age of five when his father, a member of the Korean Symphony Orchestra, gave him his first piano lesson. In 1952, when Tony was 11 years old, members of the U.S. Fifth Air Force in Korea heard the youngster play and decided to act as his sponsors. He toured U.S., Korean and JapRio Leader Protests Order RIO DE JANEIRO — (JTA) — j Dr. Aaron Steinbruch, president of the Federation of Jewish Institutions of Rio de Janeiro, protested this week to the Federal Government against an order by the governor of the State of Rio Grande do Sul for the arrest of "foreign agents hunting Germans accused of being war criminals." Dr. Steinbruch, a member of Parliament, suggested that the Federal authorities ask Oov. Lionel BrizoU why he had not ordered the arrest of war criminals taking refuge in the state. J. Chankin, chief of the political police, said he had no reason to believe that "foreign agents" were hunting for Nazi war criminals in the state. Temple lion Sisterhood Temple Zion Sisterhood will hold a business and games party on Wednesday evening at the Temple. Mrs. Lawrence Wulkan, cultural vice president, is chairman. ane.se air bases, giving many con I certs for military personnel, and later came to America where his teacher at the Juilliard School in New York was the renowned Mme. Rosina Lhevinne, grande dame of piano pedagogues. EXPERIENCED NURSERY TEACHER %  MORNING Jewish Center. Phono MO 1-9845 after noon Burt Lancaster in a scene from "Elmer Gantry," the famous novel by Sinclair Lewis, now playing at the Olympia, Beach and Gables Theatres. Also starring are lean Simmons, Arthur Kennedy, Shirley Jones. Dean Jagger, and Patti Page. &, Vofiehoone. Tooo. "teeeprione, Benquete, ••rrleo, Olnnore ... from SO to 20O0 catered In the manner of the Diplomat... an unhurried, over-attentive, eoft-ooofcon eervlce that makoo on event of your occaoloak Uour \jM(fiiiry im f sjnvitea with rcgarda to WEDDINGS • BANQUETS CONFIRMATIONS and all Social Functions l I R.S.V.P.: Mr. Arthur JE 8-081 Arthur Budoff J* Catering Manager MM M 400 Ft. Oceanfront at Lincoln Rd. lusiness Mi I Have that *+ stlnaj, #* 4? Special Occasion ^ # inquel, or ision You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade dnd Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private port; I tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON Catering O l ra u le r JS 1-40*1 SI. A Colllne Avar.



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