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

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

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T "dfewish Floridian
Combining THE JtVflM UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
folume 33 Number 33
Miami, Florida. Friday. August 12, 1960
Two Section* Price 204
ongo Refugees Broke on Arrival in Rhodesia
FANTASTIC PICTURE FOR HISTORY
\lsrael Pledges Utmost
{Scrupulousness in Trial
Of Ex-Nazi Murderer
ACCOtO WITH ARGENTINA
A6I J-A
LONDON Israel is conscious of the fact that the eyes of
e world are upon her and is anxious to act with scrupulous fairness
d justice in the case of Adolf Eichmann. Dr. Pinhas Rosen. Israel
mister of Justice, said this week in an exclusive interview with the
ndon Daily Mail.
The paper, which devoted nearly*---------------------------------------------
(. column, to the trial, said that wrprhwl th. falr fnmUn^
Rosen s description of how the
sal was to.be organized presented
fantastic picture for future his
nans."
The article reported that the
hal would be held in Jerusalem's
pw Hall of Culture or Bet Haam
nd that workmen were on the job
ly and night rushing completion
the edifice in time for the trials.
Rosen was quoted as declaring
, first-aid station would be built
igside the courtroom to provide
atment for those affected by the
tuesome exhibits and the appall-
|g nature of some of the testimony
be presented during the proceeu-
The Minister of Justice declar-
ed that Eichmarm's family was
paying the coat ef his defense.
4e described as "all rubbish" re-
ports that Eichmann was awak-
ened every four hours each night
nd that Ms cell was kept con-
ktantly brilliantly illuminated. "I
kon't knew whether Eichmann is
he is receiving," Dr. Rosen said,
"but he dees net complain."
The Justice Minister emphasized
Israel's desire to act with serupu
lous fairness and justice. "You may
reassure everyone that there is no
question of brainwashing or unfair
treatment. Eichmann is too clever
to become a victim of brainwash-
ing. Nor could such measures be
possible here. It
Israel to make any such sugges-
tion," he declared.
Meanwhile, it was reported in
Jerusalem that Soviet bloc coun-
tries are displaying a negative atti-
tude toward Israel's request to .pro-
vide material on Adolf Eichmann,
notorious Nazi leader'who directed
the killing of 6.000,000 Jews in
Europe, in connection with this
forthcoming trial here.
While several East European
countries had earlier expressed
publicly their willingness to give
Continued en Page I A
Eichmann Archives Found
In Washington Warehouse
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA Washington Correspondent
WASHINGTON West German
kar crimes investigators have
ound the "complete file" of Nazi
IS. Col. Adolf Elchmana's Jewish
Iquidation quarters and have un-
covered documents spelling out the
far crimes guilt of many other
Jazis who may now be brought to
trial.
The Eichmann files and a mass
M evidence incriminating other
Jazis were located here in various
warehouses and in the archives of
rhe Library of Congress by a West
Jerman investigating team that
tiad permission to search for the
tissing Nazi records.
The Eichmann files were found
in a huge and poorly catalogued
mess ef documents captured in
Germany by the American forces
and brought here after the war.
The Germane indicated thet the
material will be turned over to
Israel far use in preparing for
the forthcoming trial of Eich-
mann there en cherges of crimes
against the Jewish people and
crimes against humanity.
Announcement of the discovery
was made here at a press confer-
ence at the German Embassy by
Erwin Schuele. head of the West
German Central Office for Pros-
ecution of Nazi War Crimes, a co
operative bureau maintained by
the justice ministries of the various
West German states.
Schuele was granted permission
Continued en Page 7-A
Ot. fMANVft NtUMAMN
... "parent nmlity"
Board of S. Africa Jews
Cites Big Housing Need;
Situation Declared 'Fluid'
JOHANNESBURG(JTA)Jewish refugees from the Congo reach-
ed safety in the Copperbelt area of Rhodesia with only the clothes they
wore and required immediate aid. according to reports submitted to
the South African Jewish Board of Deputies this week.
Namie Phillips, president of the*-------------------------------------- "
Board, described the relief meas-
ures to aid the refugees as soon as
they crossed the border into Rho-
desia. Gustav Saron, general sec-
retary of the Board, rushed to the
area to cooperate with the Rho-
Neumann Rejects Claim
There is No Jewish Vote
By Special Report
NEW YORK Dr. E m a n u e I
Neumann, honorary president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
* ^Ja^r_W *** -** ember- of t h e Jewish
Agency Executive, termed asser-
tions by some Jewish spokesmen
hat "there is no Jewish vote" as
"inaccurate and misleading."
The Zionist leader asserted that
"the Jewish vote is an unorganized
but potent real'ty." and that
"American Jews are in this respect
no different than other groups of
citizens making up the American
electorate."
Dr. Neumann spoke this week
at a rocoption tendered him by
the Zjonist Organisation ef Amer-
ica at the Hotel Piorre on the oc-
casion of his recent return from
plenary meetings of the Jewish
Agency Executive in Jerusalem,
and the European Conference of
General Zionists held in An-
twerp, Belgium.
Dr. Neumann, as president of the
World Confederation of General
Zionists, also visited other Euro-
pean countries where he conferred
with top leaders of Zionist Organ-
izations there.
Speak;ng on the issues of the cur-
rent American election campaign.
Dr. Neumann said:
"Recently, as in other election
years, some Jewish spokesmen
have announced to the world that
there is no Jewish vote. It baffles
me to understand why such gratui-
tous pronouncements are made.
The Jewish vote is an unorganized
but potent reality. Assertions to the
contrary are inaccurate and mis-
leading and convince nob'dy
least of all practical politicians and
molders of public opinion."
Dr. Neumann voiced the view
that The reactions of American
Jews to specific situations and is-
sues are influenced by the-r own
Continued on Peg* 7-A
desian Jewish community and the
Israel Consulate is arranging aid.
The United Jewish Appeal of South
Africa made substantial funds
available for the work.
The first requirement, Phillips
reported, was to house me-refu-
ooos in Rhodesia or South Africa.
The "most pathetic" of the refu-
gees, he said, were the Egyptian
Jews who had left their homes
as victims of the Nasser regime,
and were now left homeless once
again He praised Chief Rabbi
Moshe Lev! of Elisabethville,
who refused to leave Ms post un-
til assured then no member of
his community remained in dan-
ger, and lauded the South Afri-
can government for keeping the
door open to the refugees.
(Rabbi Levi arrived in Tel Aviv
Continued en Page 9-A
SPOTLIGHT ON HAH MONGERS
Battery of Resolutions
Faces Jewish War Vets
MIAM1AN CANDIDATE
KLUTZNKK ON U.S. PCUCT PACE 2-A
. PACE 3 A; RIO MENACi ... PA6I t-A
The Jewish War Veterans of the United States will be asked Satur-
day, in substance, to approve a statement of policy which modifies the
general policy of applying the "quarantine" treatment to a hate monger.
The statement points out that the Jewish War Veterans "does not
believe, as some others do, that a*-
policy of persistent attacks on the
hate monger makes him grow big-
ger through the glare of publicity.
This may be true in some in-
stances, but is not applicable to
every case."
The question will be raised at a
session of the 85th annual national
convention meeting at the Deau-
ville hotel. Some 1,500 delegates
from throughout the nation launch-
ed the convention here Sunday.
General Blamed for Holy City Loss
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israelis
bad a sensational new topic of dis-
cussion this week with the publica-
tion of charges by Dr. Dov Joseph.
| governor of besieged Jerusalem
! during the War of Liberation, that
errors by the military commander.
I Brig. David Shaltiel, had been re-
I sponsible for the loss to the Jor-
Idanians of the Jewish quarter of
I the Old City of Jerusalem.
The charges were contained in
Dr. Joseph's memoirs, published
this week. The writer also hit
Moshe Sharett, then Foreign Min-
ister, asserting that he had been
overly scrupulous in observing UN
instructions and orders, although
the Arabs were disregarding them.
The Herut Party immediately de-
manded a parliamentary inquiry
committee.
Dr. Joseph asserted in his book
that the Old City could have been
held. He charged that "one of
the fundamental mistakes of
Shaltiel was that he failed to ap-
prise the civilian authorities of
the true state ef affairs.
"He never indicated how grave
was the situation of the Jewish
Continued en Page 3-A
"Whatever minimum support
a hate monger may have gained
from Jewish War Veterans' ex-
posure," the policy statement
pointed out, "it has been offset
by public condemnation of the
individual or group which has
Inevitably followed."
"Nor has the Jewish War Veter-
ans been too much concerned by
the complaints of those civil liber-
tarians who have protested that
the Constitutional Rights of hate
mongers have been violated. The
civil libertarians project the hypo-
thetical fear, not proven by ex-
perience, that at some future date,
the civil liberties and civil rights
of Jews as a minority will be sim-
ilarly denied."
The statement points out that
"the Jewish War Veterans is op-
posed to the idea of permitting
hate mongers to preach genocide
and cloak themselves in the Consti-
tution of the U.S. as protection for
such views, particularly when, as
Continued on Page 6-A


J


Page 2-A
Jcnistfhrkfiar
\
Friday, August 12,
Klutznick to Hit 'Split' US Policy
A noted American and national Jewish community leader will address
the concluding banquet of the 65th annual rutional convention of the
Jewisk War Veterans of the Inited States on Satur,!;,) ftVMtag at the
Deativille hotel
He is Philip, M. JClutzmck. presj
dent of the International Council
of B'nai B'nth. and of the Amen
can Friends of the Hebrew I'm
vertHj
ph/i/p h. *ii/TZNfCk
Klutxnick will speak before
some MOO delegates of JWV,
who are meeting simultaneously
with delegates to the 33rd annual
national convention of the JWV
Auxiliary. A body of some 4,-
000 persons embraces the pres-
ent encampment, which opened
here last Sunday.
Klutznick ii Satnrdaj .\ peeled
to hit hard at hi- pet pMVt' 0i
Mperatlnf i S polio in, fronts
at hoflU Blld abroad The Jevw-h
Flondian ha- learned that :: is jii
Walter Asked to Back Words With Action
The national executive commit
tee of the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States on Tuesday au-
thorized an immediate telegram to
Congressman Francis E. Walters,
chairman of the House I'n-Amer-
ican Activities Committee, to in
stitute an immediate investigation
of neo-Nazi hate groups to deter
mine specifically where they are
getting their funds to operate.
The telegram, which was signed
by National Commander Bernard
Abrams. of Jersey City. N.J.. re
minded Congressman Walters that
he had. during the campaign of
1958. promised that if he were
elected at that time, he would
'urge that appropriate action be
taken" To date, no action h.i-
been taken, and the problems <>(
n<'-Nazi agitation have contiunuel
LONG-DISTANCI
MOVERS
The telegram pointed out that
"if these so called 'fat cats' who
stand in the shadows and provide
the means for hate groups to op-
erate were exposed, and held
open to public ridicule, they
might very well reconsider their
'anonymous' support."
The telegram urged that the in
vest igat ion be held at the earliest \
possible moment and urged that
full recognition be given by the Un-
American Activities Committee to
ithe menace of totalitarianism from
: the right as well as from the left
The full text of the telemam to
Congressman Walters is as follow-
"We urge you in your capacity
of Chairman of the House In
American Activities Committee,
to institute an immediate inve-
tigation of neo-Nazi hate groups
to determine specifically where
the) are getting their funds to
operate. You will recall that
during the campaign of 1958 you
had indicated to our officials
and others that if you were elec
ted at that time you woul urge
that appropriate action be
taken.' To date, no action has
been taken and the problems of
neo-Nazi agitation have contin
ued. If these so-called "fat cats'
who stand in ,v- rJsndOWl Mkd
provide the means for hate
groups to opera;e were exposed,
and held open to public ridicule,
they might very well reconsider
their anonymous" support We
urge that the investigation be
held at the earliest possible mo
ment and that full recognition
be given by the In American
Activities Committee to the
menace of totalitarianism from
the right as well as from the
left "
ticipated he will tag as utter folly
the condition in a uorld where
VM -null nations are no longer
to hide behind a wall of sea
or mountain
Klutznick. who was high in the
Presidential administration* of the
Frankl n Delano Roosevelt,
and aiM BM MTved under I'n'si
dent EltanhOwSC on the IS dele-
gation to the United Nations, is ex-
acted to challenge t h e concept
that the Inited States can move
today in any significant fashion
domestically without having an ex
traordinary effect throughout the
world, and to assert that American
foreign policy must simultaneously
affect the status of national life.
In addition. Klutznick is expect-
ed to describe the diplomatic dif-
ficulties involved in explaining
abroad the existence here of bad
housing, slums, insufficient med-
ical and health care, and other
anf social conditions in the face
of the U.S. reputation for wealth
and untold resources It is also an-
ticipated that he will question the
image of a free and democratic
i America "where Little Rock and
similar events can take place and
be supported by even some who
ocupy official positions."
In the field of American Zionism,
Klutznick is expected to call U.S.
Jewish support of Israel consistent
with the image of this nation's phil-
anthropic traditions.
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*JewisiinorkHan
Page 3-A
Israel, Argentina Close Adolf Discard
By ASHER MIBASHAN
JTA Staff Correspondent
JUENOS AIRES-Argentine and
|ael spokesmen agreed here that
formal accord reached Between
two countries bad closed the
|olf Eichmann incident and
jld mark the resumption of the
rmal. friendly relations which
'im-rly prevailed.
tie two governments had been
jds since last May when Argen-
formally protested to the'Uni-
Nations Security Council (hat
[,'n'l had violated Argentine sov-
liijnty in the capture of Adolf
thmann, the Nazi war criminal
|ii directed the extermination of
million Jews, and in removing
from Argentina to Israel.
[ The breach was officially closed
publication of a joint state-
f>t in this city and Jerusalem
ich declared: 'The govern
its of Israel and Argentina,
mated by the wish to comply
Jth the Security Council reselu-
of June 23, in which hope
was expresed that the tradition-
ally friendly relations between
the two countries will be ad-
vanced, have decided to regard
. as closed the incident that .arose
from action by Israel nationals
which infringed on the funda-
mental rights of Argentina."
Angel Centeno. Argentine For-
eign Under Secretary, confirmee:
that Argentina regarded Israel's
acknowledgment in the joint com-
munique that Argentine rights had
been violated, together with the
diplomatic action taken by his own
government, as the "adequate re-
paration" which was demanded of
Israel in the Security Council res-
olution of June 23. He commented
that "world opinion will judge how
Argentina acted in this matter."
The rapprochement between the
two countries followed the visit
here of Dr. Shahtai Rosenne. legal
iHviser to the Israel Foreign Mm
latry, who had personal meetings
viih President Arturo Frondizi and
Foreign Minister Diogenes Tabo-
ada.
Dr. Rosenne, who carried out
the negotiations mainly with his
Argentine counterpart, Luis de
PaWo Pardo. told the JTA that
the talks were held' in n infor-
mal atmosphere without any
"philosophical entanglements."
He said that when he left Jeru-
salem, his instructions had been to
find out what kind of satisfaction
the Argentine government was
seeking from Israel in connection
with the Eichmann affair.
When he arrived here. Dr. Ro-
senne said, he found that the stage
had already been set for the ex-
pulsion of the Israel Ambassador
Aryeh Levavi. He became aware,
he said, of the fact that the Argen
tine government needed such a
spectacular measure. It was after
the announcement that Ambassa-
dor Levavi was persona non grata,
that the accofd became possible,
Dr. Rosenne indicated.
Asked about the redesignatior.
of ambassadors by *' e two coun
tries. Dr. Rosenne said they would
be named very soon, possibly after
the Jewish holidays early in Octo-
ber. He said that he hoped the
normalization of relations between
the two countries would be accom-
panied by "better feelings" in the
local Jewish community.
"An uncommon situation was
created primarily by *n uncom-
mon phenomenon Eichmann,"
Dr. Rosenne declared. He w I
that normal legal standards
could not be applied in this case.
A Buenos Aires judge, mean-
while, has ordered an investigation
into the kidnapping of Eichmann
here last May. The order was is-
sued by Federal Judge Leopoldo
Isurralde on the basis of a com-
plaint brought by Eichmann's wife,
Vera.
Judge Issuralde ruled, however,
that Mrs. Eichmann had no legal
right to sue since Eichmann was
the person directly affected.
liamian Daniel Neal Heller Among
ront-Runners as JWV Nat'l. Commander
MfilM
piany are the resolutions to be
usafld, the sessions to be at-
liied. and the hi"1""" ^':--*s
I record as the
nsh War Vet-
Ins of the Uni- ^
States ap-
|<>aches the
:-kend of its
? i am during
organization's
Ih annual con
n t i on now
teting on Mi-
ll Beach at the
mville hotel.
Jut all eyes are on Sunday's ses-
aa, when a new national com-
uder will be elected to succeed
hiard Abrams, of Jersey City.
ind Greater Miamians are hope-
that, for the first time in the
^ory of the Department of Flor-
the national commander will
ie from this area.
[strong in the running is Daniel
lal Heller, of 460 S. Shore dr..
liami Beach. Other front-run-
\r\ include Isadora Feuer, of
Younostown, O., and Joseph Solo-
mor.ow. of Los Angeles, Calif.
Heller, a Miami attorney, belongs
,to Miami Beach Post 330. lie
joined the Navy during World War
III at the age of 18. and was recom-
' mended for Naval Reserve Officers
Training Corps, where he trained
I at Princeton and Cornell Univer-
sitiev
The Harvard Law School grad-
uate is a former JWV Florida De-
partment commander. He is ac-
tive in the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, and North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. He is a Shriner. 32nd degree
Mason, Scottish Rite Mason, and
former director of the Miami
Beach Jaycees.
In addition to his commandership
of the Florida Department, he has
served the JWV as sponsor of a
Department Commanders Confer-
ence, was vice president and na-
tional publicity chairman of the
1955 national convention, national
Americanism Commission chair-
man for two years, and is general
chairman and legal advisor to the
convention corporation of the pres
ent national convention.
General Blamed
For Old City Loss j
Continued from Page 1-A
quarter defenders and the success
of our forces in the new city ere- j
ated among us the belief that our
men in the Old City would also be
able to stand up until we could re-
lieve them by a breakthrough." Dr. I
Joseph charged.
He added that if he had known i
of the true situation, he would h ive
asked Premier Ben-Gur.'on to send '
some special commando units from
the Tel Aviv area to Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, Premier David Ben-
. Gurion will ask the Knesset to re-
ject a Herut Party motion for ap-'
pointment of a parliamentary com-
mittee to investigate the circum-
stances of the Arab capture of the
Old City of Jerusalem during the
liberation war in 1948.
The Herut introduced the resolu-
tion last week after publication of
the book of memoirs by Dov Joseph.
The Herut move was discussed
at a Cabinet meeting here. The
Cabinet attitude, as Ben-Gurion ia
expected to express it in the debate
on the motion, was that such a
probe would entail extensive his-
i torical research which was not a
task for a body composed of repre-
sentatives of political parties. Mr.
Ben-Gurion is also expected to note
that the subject had been deajt
| with by persons who had not had
all the facts at their disposal.
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Volume 33 Number 33
Friday. August 12, 1960
19 Ab 5720
Conflicting Public Assurances
National election-time invariably means
platform planks favorable to special interest
groups and denials of the existence of bloc
voting.
For the American Jewish community, it
means assisting in the process of eliciting posi-
tive Democratic and Republican Party recog-
nition of Israel's problemsand the repeated,
if conflictinq. public assurance that there is no
"Jewish vote."
In 1956, both parties wrote into their plat-
forms significant Middle East planks relating to
the ongoing Israel-Arab imbroglio. Yet the
action of the Eisenhower Administration in the
Suez and Sinai campaigns, within weeks fol-
lowing the GOP convention, was a bold and
open breach of the spirit of its pro-Israel plat-
form vows.
That this proves the relative worthlessness
of platforms, which mainly help candidates
solicit votes and exclusively do almost nothing
more, is ac nahevmeiL
more, is an achievement of little consequence
in itself. But made to stand side by side with
the bloc voting controversy, it tends to highlight
the questionable honesty surrounding the
ideals of the national election process.
The Eisenhower voting record of millions of
independent voters in 1952 and 1956, among
whom were numbered a significant corps of
Jewish citizens, amply demonstrates that the
concept of "solid" Jewish balloting favorably
disposed toward the Democratic Party is no
more than a myth.
But none of this denies that Jews, as a
body, are motivated politically by common in-
terests. To say that they aren't is either to be
naive or to carry the flag of community relations
expertise to a nonsensical degree. Why should
Jews, after all. be different from other un-
shakable ethnic groups' Why should they not
take advantage of the status platform commit-
tees officially and gladly accord such
groups?
The pronouncement early this week by Dr.
Emanuel Neumann, honorary president of the
Zionist Organization of America, that it is "in-
accurate and misleading" to deny the existence
of a "Jewish vote" should be refreshing in the
otherwise fetid atmosphere of super-perfection
candidates, their parties, and the nation's voters
tend to claim for themselves along about elec-
tion-time.
It it a begiiviliia
nd net tnendtolrie
tragic problem of refugees'
i ItAMArVs/tSKKHrp
Way to Justice Cleared
The Foreigri Office of Argentina has finally
acknowledged as "adequate reparation" Is-
rael s recognition of the violation of Argentinian
territory in the capture of Adolf E.chmann. The
imbroglio between the two nations is now offi-
cially closed.
Israel offered her apology for the violation
S?KS,Mimm,ediu,e,.y Upn ,he announcement
of the Nazi butcher s detention, but government
circles in Buenos Aires refused to accept it
forcing a Security Council debate on the issue'
On June 23. the UN body voted 8-0 to ac-
fZE -..I."1'0!097 "ade Despite this. Argentina stiffened all the more
and diplomatic relations between the two coun-
tries were severed.
The sudden rapprochment is the result of
the same reasoning as that employed by the
Security Council ,n ,t, disposition of the prob-
face. Whether or not "adequate reparation-
add, up to a good deal more than Israel's
apology, we won't know for a long time
But it i, heartening to see that the Affaire
Eichmann is settled from the international point
k XI!.W- Sn f 90od hoped for just such a friendly resolution of the
animosities to which the capture gave rise The
legal pundits who demanded Israel's adher-
ence to the letter of the law" are now left far
behmd either to join the bandwagon or to
nurse their bruised professional egos.
Justice is finally prepared to deal with a
giant among the Nazi murderers.
__________QUO VADIS?
On Alert for Rockwell
From a reliable source in Washington. D.C..
The Jewish Floridian learned this week that
American Nazi Party Fuehrer George Lincoln
Rockwell may shortly be "going South."
Rockwell made his intentions clear follow-
ing his release from St. Elizabeth's Hospital,
where psychiatrists judged him sane and re-
sponsible to be tried on charges of disorderly
conduct.
This bears out our contention expressed in
these columns last week that commitment of
Rockwell to the mental institution was no long-
term solution to his increasingly worrisome
anti-Semitic fulmination.
"Going South" may mean any number of
citiesfrom Birmingham to Miami. A top Jew-
ish War Veterans source has confided that
Rockwell boasted of the "successes" he sus-
tained in Washington, that he feels his party is
auspiciously launched there, and that he is now
ready to get down to work in earnest below the
Mason-Dixon line.
In Alabama. Rockwell can easily hook up
with John G. Crommelin. also a former Navy
officer and an avowed racist and anti-Semite
who was defeated for the U.S. Senate by in-
cumbent Sen. John J. Sparkman last May.
In Florida, the bevy of bigots who would
wme and dine him is perhaps less august but
just as willing to court trouble. An alert Miami
auzenry may very well have to be even more
alert so far as Rockwell is concerned in the
days ahead.
daring
the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
A Commendable Resolution
The Jewish War Veterans resolution urqinq
the Congress to establish a new post of Secre-
tary of World Affairs, whose job would be to
keep the President informed on Communism
in all its ramifications, clearly ,how, the con-
cern of American Jewry for the malignant threat
ot Communist encroachment throughout the
world -and particularly in the Western hemi-
sphere.
That as a people we remain unshaken in
our resolve to make war against the return of
the Nazi menace is insufficient cause for us to
relax, even for a moment, from an equally de-
termined vigil with respect to Communism.
The JWV resolution is to be commended-
with specal bows to the Americanism Com-
mission of the Florida Department, from whence
it stems.
T"1 reUfon in^hT?l
case. ,re ju,t *N|
reproach with resrSJ ^1
principle involved tL *i
fee. there ,PPe,r t0 **|
thsn undesirable The* ."51
u^ cynical >v,s,on7'of "fl
nght to privacy (. ,h. *\
ter of religious beVf *l
re a violation of the njt?|
separation of church ar-iiil
tradition They are at? **l
ant and weak-minded response to the moral disintegration of ^""l
life, which increasingly finds itself dominated by television m *M
mass media values. "d UHr|
The most disillusioning charge against them is that rel
the schools practices tend to encourage inadequate alternat'*00*!
their most urgent rationalethe ideologic Communist invasion tw*I
stand side by side in impotence with pathetic censorship efforts ^1
as those recently uncovered in North Miami Beach High School J2*l
sought to keep students from reading novels by Aldous Huxle I
George Orwell, and which underscore so terrifyingly the wilhnu/ ,Q*I
parochial self-righteousness to destroy all of mankind if onlv .Jr***!
the destruction of some. w *]
As a matter of incontrovertible fact, religion-in-the-school
tices are against the law In Dade county, the extent of the viola?* I
is significant. Nothing of what has been said about the present lit I
Uon in this column during the past two weeks can be construed as. I
pathetic to views other than these. 1+ I
Of greater concern here was the role of the American Je.J
Congress in the casewhy it launched collateral litigation with iwl
American Civil Liberties Union suit, and what the Jewish romtaLal
at large could expect as a result >mmim j
KIBUTTAL rO SOMf TtUING AKCUmfMTS
PROPONENTS FOR AJCongress have since raised a number of 1
teresting questions 14 They assert that the ACLU plea was west
prior to their organizations action; 2) that a reverse in Dade counts
would have national repercussions; 3) that I have overestimated th.
prowess of E. F P. Bhgham. attorney for the intervenors 4, uuH
am wrong with respect to the outcome of the case locally.
In the matter of weakness, some who have written and spokes
to me during the past week tend to shift emphasis from the ignifieu
of the charges of agnosticism against litigant Hartow Chamberlm1*
the slender legal resources of the ACLU. The American Jewish Co*
gress. they declare, if nothing else, brought to the aid of the appellants
the vaunted brains and experience of Leo Pfeffer. noted expettb
church and state relations As for national repercussions thev arcs*
that an unfavorable verdict may well further the illegal precedent of
religious practices in the schools, both locally and throughout the co
try. Congress participation presumably minimizes this possibility
Brigham. it has been pointed out. demonstrated his ineptitude
during cross-examination time and again. His old-fashioned histnoo*
presentations. his introduction of such extraneous issues as "no*
sectarian" interpretation of the Bible, his unfair badgering of w*
MUM these, and other such methods. I am reminded, repeatedb
weakened his own cause To this list of sins, is now willingly adde.
Brigham s failure to make hay of the AJC litigant*- at best mia)
Jewish affiliations in the face of their role of aggrieved religious n
ACLU~ pnnc,pal ral,on-le 'or AJCongress collateral entry into tat
So far as the outcome of the hearing is concerned. I am optimi*
tically put on notice that there will be more successes than are Bar,
genera My imagined I am. indeed, assured that practices like livutofl
dramatic presentations of the crucifixion and the display of portnial
of Jesus in Dade county classrooms, among others, must unquestiaaJ
ably be relieved. I
: : .:
ixpictation or sucassis ovmr optimistic
JHERE IS NO question that Leo Pfeffer's consultation has immeasur-l
fan..** S,renK,,he"ed !he ACLU AJC plea-respite Judge Gordon,
, h,;. h ,%V, deny h'm ,he *** to Participation on record Bit
inn 1 f "r..i ,f0rR0',cn ,hal Pfeff" "'tes to the former nrgamza-l
!ew,sh rn'i',e lessKlha" "" does to the latter While the America,
nZmTEXSJ* rV.Pf arena of identification. ,he civil Liberties
Zn in ?kC 1? 'STU*?' ,a,enU ,n oth*r involving re
Svn X^0?'-,, "tSS,,h,s mu,u,,ltv sudd'n,yfatl ,n Di*
JK, *g J PM[ wkM he is known to have acted "independently- for the ACLU in the
he.r.1?."-' S2" 'S ,0 ? "*ni,iMlrt extent true that a reverse suffered
MrrtJ? na,IIOM cons*uences. the possibility must be disre-
fhTrS 1 "I explana,lon AJCongress participation, which was
o, tie ACLU nt ^^ ,0 P'aCe Pf*ffer', ttleatM tne d,sp0Ml
mlt.'"ii!" ma"!r 0fJBriham''i handling of the case-thu is a quesuon
?eume n,fM"C,d4.Whr ,h(' n"arin' aain Postponed las. week.
, .for fZLZL ^ fv' he has PP"ently betrayed his repuU-
ake Z,Z,lTm< ,,Lffe,vene"- His fai,ure- a illustration. .0
was a Bvo7.r ,hf Jundacental weakness of the Congress plea
WMi pivotal one, and happily advances the possibility of some relief
CtmSmsTm^jH !"eSPeCt ,0 M- **ms tht American JewUh
A e ZTr .are Verlv *"* What be expected' '
( hn mas ?all ZSF f "' religious observance durin,
remoZ iJ' assenblies' No more true-to-life crucifixion." ^
noe con,,hi^C,,POrt;,,,SJof Jesu8' Additional attention .0 noa-
coercion in the matter of student compulsion?
In rean|UIvK,.lhIaCe- ,f achi''ved ,he> seem like significant success**
-nlv I L2 y e m,n,scu|e Voluntary witnesses have reported
"Je thLt 1 c.currence of crucifixion. Testimony alludes to no
h" Mre!v!aSTK,m '" I?ad' coun> *"" i"ene.s of Jesus
UM "2Sr' .Ca" e"S,,y demonstrated that compulsion is
UceT"n theTchnni S U 'S of"f'a|-t>t Just as long as religion, prac-
o whatever^ .JX. "* ".nc,,oned- whatever level of intensity sod
!eari ostracilm PUP"S "" he"l-te t0 refu" t-rliclp.t.on for
of S 17ZZ* ,hi" lhere *" been r three other ins.ance-
nes. rrf Je,u. hT y cruc,f"l,on* 'he past, that more than one like
Miami .nrf ih!?g." mun u"reP>rted classroom somewhere in Greater
S.^rtS jMdtCT* *""' tetter adjusted to tjfc.need te.
excusing students from sectarian observances-whafTia. Been gained^
THI PtKI Of rJCTORf Rf4SSSf0 ""
THFloTndU.T?.h|S **!** r no,h,n h" >e*n i*d so long a. tj
is a sure LB'^f.re>d'n8 statute remain, unchallenged. And thu. t|
flllcSSL For r?W Grd0n W,U not t'ues"on "> have come H
.1 thi other ZlT cqu,escenc to Blble-re.d.ng in the achools "
unconst, ution^l t a ,r,C,,Ce8; "nd on,y wh*n *ta statute is declar
reS, n he^h^i *' ,tlge "{ ,or ,he entire superstructure
religwn .n-the-schools practice, to come tumbling down.
im. in .ub.tance. ha. the AJCoogress litigation thus uM
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Friday. August 12. 1960
*Jewisti Fkrkttan
Page 5-A
UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
AJCong. Affirms Justice of Litigation
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridien:
For the past many, many years
Ijiligious practices in the D a d e
county public schools have been
11 rowing at an alarming pace. Ac-
cord'ng to the state law, the only
n ligious exercise required of the
m''.(M'Is is a daily reading from the
[Bible without sectarian comment.
But the trial challenging the con-
iimality of religious practices
in the public schools adduced evi-
dence indicating that very few of
ichooll limit themselves to just
the Bible-reading practice.
Complaints from Jewish parents
;.nd others who are non-Jews
have been numerous over the
years. Periodic representations
have been made by parents, rabbis
and Jewish lay leaders to school
.cministrators and #other person-
n I. Rather than resulting in any
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
1 (rmit me in the name of 11 af-
I fixated organizations of the Labor
Z'onist Assembly of Greater Miami
I publicly' to express to Television
on WTVJ our deep apprecia-
Pope John Scores
New Clean-Sweep
>!F<.ITA> Pope John XXIII
eliminated certain phrases
Irom the ritual of baptism for con-
verti that were offensive to other
faiths.
In the case of a converted Jew.
the abolished formula read: "You
,'hould abhor Hebrew perfidy and
The decision followed instructions
by the Pope last year to delete ref-
erences to the "perfidy" of Jews in
the church's Good Friday liturgy.
Vatican sources Said the Pope
had personally ordered the dele-
tions "to emphasize everything
I hat united and to remove anything
that unduly divides believers in
God."
diminution of the practices, stu-,
dents have been subjected instead:
to exhortations at baccalaureate
services by Christian ministers to;
embrace Christ; Faster assemblies I
for featuring a reenactment of the
crucifixion of Christ; children have
been forced to attend religious as
m mill es or participate in religious
activity against Iheir wishes; and
sectarian materials have not only
been purchased but used by the
school system.
It is against this background
that (he Resnick and Chamber-
I lain cases must be considered.
For Leo Mindlin to gloss over
; Ihe importance of these prac-
tices involving not only the prin-
ciple of separation of church and
state but the religious consci-
ences of human beings is to dis-
i miss the importance of the is
ition for having shown the film,
'Remember Us," on Wednesday.
Aug. 3.
, We appreciate it very much, espe-
cially since it was presented not
on a commercial basis with a paid
sponsor, but as a public service.
This documentary film of atro-
cities committed against Jews
and humanity shows horrible
scenes beyong description.
There are elements in this coun-1
try who are endeavoring to revive j
Hitlerism. They are being support- j
ed by paid agents of Nasser, for-
mer Nazis and their ilk.
Th's film, no doubt, will have an
effect on fair-minded people and
warn them of the danger. The man-
agement of WTVJ deserves the
gratitude of all of them, especial-
ly of the Jews of this area who!
most certainly suffered losses dur-
ing that period of terror.
DR. SIMON WILENSKY
F resident. Labor Zionist Assembly
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sue too readily. The legal action
taken by Resnick et a I with the
sepport of the American Jewish
Congress, challenging the above
practices and others, we submit
was not only an act of reason but
of practical necessity. To take
me position that Jews or Jewish
agencies must not engage in the
legal action like that of Resnick
and Chamberlain because it cre-
ates bad public relations is to
ignore other realities.
Fvery time there is an important
ssue or principle to be supported
>r achieved, there is bound to be
-ions. In virtually every instance,
mwever, the repercussions are
emporary in nature, but the prin-
ciple survives so do the people
who fight for the principle. To sug-
gest that because of public rela-
tions Jews should not fight through
legal actions for .what they believe
s r.'ght and what they know ma-
erially affects their welfare is to
iccept the fact that Jews are not,
in fact, equal citizens. Are we so
insecure in the United States,
where we have enjoyed the rights
if full citizenship for so long, to
compromise our rights and obli-
gations because of public relations
considerations?
The American Jewish Congress
says categorically, "no." It holds
forth the example of Israel, which
at the worst possible time, immed-
iately following World War II, be-
gan a struggle for independence
surrounded by a sea of forty-five
million hostile Arabs. How proud
American Jews were of their Is-
raeli brethren, and what admira-
tion Americans generally hold for
the Israel's.
With this kind of an example be-
fore us, and scores of others in Jew-
ish history, can we in all honesty
allege that we are destroying the
safety and security of the Ameri-
can Jew because we are fighting
a form of tyranny? For the relig-
ious practices imposed on the chil-
dren in the public schools is mi fact
a form of tyranny because it seeks
to impose the religious beliefs and
practices of the majority as a stand-
ard for all.
In so doing, it ignores the eon-
btitulion of the United States and
the Stale of Florida. The Ameri-
can Jewish Congress la proud to
he associated in this kind of a
fight because it is contributing sub-
stantially not only to the welfare
and security of the Jewish com-
munity but also to the preservation
of our American heritage by main-
aining the principle of separation
if church and state.
The American Jewish Congress
is also confident that it is not
"going it alone," as Mr. Mindlin
suggests, but has the support of
thousands of Jews and non-Jews
in the Dade county r*. Even
though the American Jewish Con-
gress is confident it is not alone,
if it were, it wouldn't be the first
time it was alone. The ARAMCO
case, which the Congress initiated
and won, and for which Mr.
Mindlin praises the Congress,
was fought by the Congress
alone.
In the present instance, the Con-
gress invited its sister agencies to
join with it because they have na-
tional policies virtually identica
to the Congress' in opposition to re-
ligion in the public schools. Every
major national community rela
'ions agency and religious organi-
zation has similar policies.
Perhaps the difference, between
the respective agencies is to be
found in the philosophy of the Con-
gress as expressed by Dr. Israel
Goldstein some years ago "The
Congress stands up for it stands
for." It is our firm belief the rank
and file of the Jewish community
of Miami and the United States
firmly endorse this kind of moral
position.
RABBI YAAKOV G. ROSENBERG
President, South Florida Council
American Jewish Congress
REPLIES COLUMNIST MIND-
LIN: "I have not 'glossed over"
the reJigion-in-rhe-schools prac-
tices in Dade county, which ob-
viously mr gross. Nor have I
ever, either in my discussions
of the cases currently in the Cir-
cuit Court here, or at any other
time, suggested that Jews com-
promise their principle- in the
name of better community rela-
tions. This would be a complete
distortion both of my intent and
my words. What I did stress was
a list of alternatives to the pres-
ent litigation. Where such altern-
atives r available, it seems to
me only intelligent to choose
from among them if the same
end can be achieved at a lower
cost to Jewish community pres-
tige. In the case of Aremco, ab-
solutely no alternatives existed
to litigation in New York State,
where Aramco's violations were
being contested. It seems to me
that disagreement between us
can only arise over whether val-
id alternatives could be found
to the ACLU-AJCongress action
in Miami. All the other issues
raised by Rabbi Rosenberg f
not subject to argument, since
we clearly agree on the prin- y
ciple of separation of church and
state and the existence of crude
violations of the principle in
Dade county's schools.
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FridT- August 12,
Battery of Resolutions Faces JWV
federal legislation in empowering to the Postmaster General's
the Attorney General to file civil o j*lt the distribution 0f
injunction* suits in federal courts *3"5'l*j! ob*ne materi., .
vv i 1 UP" ,he en*c,n""nt > impound *uch porno^raph** *'
'to prevent denial of any ci
Continued from Ps 1-A still other resolutions thus far pre federal leadership to insure a good nghts on grouncs or race, color or,obscene material pending L3
sented and still on the aaenda of faith compliance with the conMi creed; and calls upon the leader'hearings.
"li(ui|
irirTnfe i!*Si a^DhcabS ^^ I" 'V" hody *' ^ MmUi "*" ,u"onal requirement that racial .hip f both the Democratic and | The resolution on Latia A-J
principk la not applicable. aMwwd. domination be eliminated in Kepub.,c.n Parties to fulfill their -IW rf the idea TJSSi
A ojrvl discussion it toe ses- Twenty-five of the approximate**- ,,. :t:___r. ..'... ... ______.- .;..: inter-American Rani, .. "*
A panel discussion at the ses-
sion at which the policy will be
si-Omitted includes Joseph F.
Barr, JWV national executive di-
rector; Warren Adler, JWV di-
rector of public relations; Abra-
ham Kraditor, JWV past national
commander; am) Milton Fried-
man, Washington correspondent
ot th* Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
The statement is seen to have
Republi
with veterans affairs Pn 0' federal legislation to estab rights for all in this country.
The JWV resolution on civil hsh a permanent Commission Civil
rights affirms its support of fed- Rights; affirms its judgment that
eral legislation to BUarante" ;bc proper exercise of presidential
right to \ote to all citizens; affirms executive powers can aaMM equal
-ipport of federal li opportunities in fed
establish a federal fair employ- eral service, and further that racial
ment practices commission; agation he terminated through-
firms its support to eliminate dii out federal servicea and Institutioni
crimination in housing and em- and in the execution of govern i-
JWV's resolution on housing
calls for support in principle of
legislation that would provide *>n
* dec u ate legal instrumentality
for abolishing discrimination in
housing, education and public
accommodations.
rgaahj
nfc- callin.
'an important first step- ,
preaching.thia problem and UrftnV
the governmem to use a poruonJ
the Loan Development Fund ,hf
area when the situation reqtt
such use. and that the T
Assistance Program be mtensS
in such countries as
and that there be a greater
for cultural interc-bante which
JWV'a resolution on clearing the give the peoples of these
lea
i .-li. who-' I ful-
minations in Washington have
O) ffht "freedom of speech'' pro-
tec ;;on.
In another session earlier this
week tht JWV was Baked to launch
a counter boycott, of goods from
Arab League nations.
Dr Seymour S Weisman. of Nor
walk. Conn., lecturer at the Grad-
uate School of Public Administra-
tion. New York University, who
also serves as program consultant
to the Jewish War Veterans, and
Abraham Kraditor. of Brooklyn.
NY, past national commander and
ihairman of JWV's foreign affairs i
committee, presented the plan for
the counter-boycott to the assem-
bled delegates at a panel discussion
on the subject held earlier.
Dr Weisman and Kraditor re-
viewed the development of the
Arab boycott from its inception in
1949 as an economic weapon
against Israel to its spread ag<
Jews throughout the world. They
revealed the tactics need by the
Arab Lea- ue nation- listing Amer-
ican firms on a blacklist beci
they are .Tew>h-owned. employ a
ul -'. tial number of Jews, or en-1
gage in trade with Israel.
can benefn
effort
will
nations |
am-
parti ular applicability to Amer- ploy ment: affirms its support lor contracts; affirms the support of mails of filth offers congratulations |, better understanding I ,.
ican Nazi Party Chief I Lin- lual problems.
JWV's resolution on Aid to fcj.
Science Camp
Proves Ponularitv |t,der*' *'d ,0 ""pp1*- the er.
roveb iropuiar ry f(>rlN of lhe scnool jB1\ricl8 and
They also presented da on
the questionnaires being circula-
ted to American firms requiring
them to take "an Aryan loyalty
Oath" before permittinq them to
do business with companies in
Arab lands.
Principal of Temple Menorah religious school, Herzl Honor,
registers pretty little nine-year-old Linda Stern. Linda will
probably attend school in the brand new recreation center
which is being completed on Temple Menorah's property to
meet w:!h the growing needs of the ever-increasing congrega-
tion. Maurice Revitz is president o< Temple Menorah. Linda
is the daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Edward Stern, 7510 Dickens
ave.
A day camp with emphasis on states,
the natural and physical sciences is
proving its popularity for the sec-
ond year, according to an announ
cement Wednesday
The Alpha Science Day Camp, lo-
cated in Kendall, is under the di-
rection of Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Ackner.
Mrs. Ackner is a Dade county
science teacher. Her husband is
chairman of the Hebrew Academy
science department.
The camp, consisting mostly of
Hebrew Academy CJMBi students,
was started last year "in an at-
tempt to combine a summer recre-
ation program with a science pro-
gram.'" the couple -xolained. "The
aim of the science program is to
give boys who have an aptitude
and interest in science a chance to
learn by doingthrough actual lab
oratory work. Field trips to place.
of scientific interes- tombn recre-
ation and scientific study."
Information Urgently
WANTED
concerning whereabouts of
HARRY SILVTRMAN
Ot NEXT Of KIN
Born in Russia 1876
Emigrated to U.S. 1904
Occupation Furrier
Last Known Address
Essex, 176th St, NY, NY.
Married Israel Son living in Israel witta i0
find larhar or information about he*.
MAX SILVERMAN
Rehoue Hess, 3
Tel Aviv, hwael
Dr. Wollson in Talk
5721
Dr. Saslaw Airs
Research Work wnem in Diet- wa$ to be the
The dual rale plaved bv National ,0p'C leCtUTe by Dr Abraham
Children s Cardiac Hospital in con Wo,fson Thursday. 8:30 a.m..
In addition, Dr Weisman and ducting local and statewide re Doft>re "<" Athletic Group of the
Mr. Kraditor presented a list of search wort while serving young Mlami Beach Recreation Depart-
American firms which have capitu- heart disease patients from all ment al 'he .10th st Beach. This
lated to the Arab League nations over the western hemisphere has marks l>r Wolfson's fifth talk on
and refused to engage in trade with again been emphasize 1 by Dr Mil Tne Good Life
Israel as a result of this Arab eco ton S. Saslaw. director of Medic! ____________________
Domic blackmail. Research, in his recent announce-
In their program for recom ment outlining fcientific Studies
mended action by JWV. Pr Wefs- planned for 1960-61.
man and Kraditor requested that Top statewide program will be a
the newly-elected JWV national study among dentists on the effi 11
commander meet with the two of dental practices on children with
Presidential nominees to secure heart disease, frequentlv suscep-
their pledges that if elected they tible to infection as-a result of den
will carry out the provisions f the tal work. A prior Study conducted
Mutual Security Act of I960, and four years ago was aimed at mm
the Agricultural Trade Develop imizing the danger of such infer
ment and Assistance Act of 1954. tion, and the proposed research will
denying American economic aid to be directed at even further im
those Arab countries which oppose provements in this area
of navigation in inter ^me 1.700 Florida dentists will
be involved, according to Dr. Sjas-
on law Both studies have been di- i
idected by Dr Doran D Zinner. di
n rector of dental research, and save
REPUBLICANS!
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our Slate and Nation men toch at Richard M Niaon. Men-,
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to get thete men teen and heard all over the Scat* o f lor O*
We NtEO your financial backing now lor victory. Meat* tend i
your contribution today Make check* or money order payable ;
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Send your help
NOW!
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of Oade Cewxtv. FterWa
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grounds of race or religion.
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Latin America, were subjects of Health.
Dr. Donald F. Tarr
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Left to light are J. Gerald Lewis, Dr. Mark Cirlin, and Lester
Goldstein, as the new bloodmobile is presented to Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
Mt. Sinai Gets New Bloodmobile
A now bloodmobile. presented to
Ml Sinai Hospital Blood Bank last
week, has been equipped with a re
it Relation system to make the
mobile unit fully operative.
The additional gift also came
irom the Bayshore Exchange Club
of Miami Beach.
J. Gerald Lewis, president of.
Mt. Sinai Hospital board of trus-
tees, who accepted the gifts from
Bayshore Exchange Club vice pres
ident Lester Goldstein, termed the
double donation "a generous ges-
ture which will enable Mt. Sinai to
serve the Greater Miami commun-
ity with added efficiency."
The new bloodmobile. a half-ton
Danel truck, will be used by Dr.
Mark Cirlin. head of the Blood
Bank since 1949. to pick up contri
butions stored at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital and available as needed by
patients throughout the area.
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Jewish Vote'
Is No Fiction,
Zionist Asserts
Continued from Pago 1-A
backgrounds, traditions and senti-
ments," adding that "this is both
| normal and legitimate in any de-
mocracy."
The Zionist leader further em-
phasized:
"Certain H is that no ono can
command or 'deliver' the Jewish
vote. Nor can their support of
any party bo taken for granted.
It must be courted and won, as
is the case with other recognized
groups of the American elector-
ate."
In his address, Dr. Neumann also
dwelt on the baOM that will con-
front the forthcoming 63rd annual
convention of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, to be held at
the Hotel Statler Hilton on Aug. 25
to 28.
He maintained that "American
Zionists must be vitally concerned
not only with Israel, but also win
the major problems of Jewish life
on the American scene," pointing
out that one of such major prob-
lems which will be dealt with at
the convention will be the establish-
ment of a truly representative body
to speak on behalf of the Ameri-
can Jewish community as a whole.
"The Council of Presidents," Dr.
Neumann sa;d. "has been a useful
and successful step in that direc-
tion, though it is strictly limited
in scope." He voiced the hope that
"American Jews have matured suf-
ficiently to envisage the formation
of an all-inclusive body of wider
scope and on a more permanent
basis." He further maintained that
"it would enhance the stature of
our community and contribute to
the effectiveness of its collective
effort in all fields of Jewish en-
deavor."
Eichman Archives
Found In Storage
Continued from Pago 1-A
to search here for documents that
might provide evidence against
Eichmann and other war criminals.
The German investigator, who be-
gan his research in Washington
three weeks ago, said he now had
the records of Eichmann's notori-
ous "Section IV-B-4" of the Ges-
tapo, the Nazi sent here. This of-
fice controlled the liquidation of
Jews throughout German occupied
territories.
Schuele reported that ho had
found a mats of "immensely
valuable" document* stored in
warehouse* here and in the Li-
brary of Congress archives.
American authorities apparent-
ly, in all the years since World
War II, did not conduct a very
thorough research of the war
crimes material.
Schuele and his aide, Kurt Hin-
richsen, expect to spend as much
as'ten more weeks here exploring
the mountain of material they have
uncovered. Already, many docu-
ments have been found to prove the
guilt of several other Nazi crim-
inals who face trial in West Ger-
many. He declined to identify these
Nazis.
The German researchers avoided
criticism of American authocities
but could not conceal their amaze-
ment that, in the many years since
the war, the Eichmann material
and other data about the liquida-
tion of the Jews by the Nazi regime
had remained buried here.
Young Adults to Meet
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Yehude Moshe will meet Tuesday
evening at the congregation, 10690
W. Dixie hwy. The group features
social and cultural activities, in-
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picnics, bowling and roller-skating.
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Friday, Augu8l 12. issJ
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'One Voice' Theme Set
To Spark ZOA Meet
By Special Report
NEW YORK A symposium on
the need for a central boriy for uni
(m d Jewish expression in the Amer-
ican Jew'ah community, with lead-
ers of five outstanding national
Jewish organizations as main par
ticipents, will be one of the hiyh
lights Of the b"3rd annual conven
t of the /.10ms! Organization of
America due Aug. 25 to 28 at I I
1 Statli r Hilton here, accord-
I iminary agenda
made public by Harold W I arma
h chairman of the national con-
vi committee.
The symposicm will be held
under the chairmanship of Rabbi
I \ ng Miller, chairman of the
American Zionist Council. Prin-
cipal participants will be label
Katr, president of B'nai B'rith;
Dr. Joachim Prinz, president of
the American Jewish Congress;
Dr. Max Nussbaum, chairman of
the National ZOA E xecutive
Council; and Rabbi Max David-
son, president of the Synagogue
Council of America.
rated to the theme. "Z-on-
i.n. for America and l.-raeU' the
Israel Vows
Fair Hearing
KENNEDY SLATED
Sen. John F. Kennedy will
address the opening session
of the 63rd annual conven-
tion of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America on Thursday
evening, Aug. 25. The Dem-
ocratic Presidential nominee
is expected to deal in his ad-
dress with American policy
towards the Middle East,
with special emphasis on the
current developments affect-
ing Israel.
.our aj -< Hiooi of the ZOA con
/ention la expected to draw an at
endanca of tome 1.200 dele,
ind alternates representing 600
us and districts in all parts
if the country.
Issues to be discussed Will range
rom plans tor the rc-wtalization ol
he American Zionist movement to
he problems which wll come up
I the forthcoming World Zionist
Dominicans Mark Otntol Research Grm
Refuaee Year A *:rar't of %ll-^o for ,i(mai.
The Dominican Republic recent- ,ijac Hospital in cooperatin
h issued a series ol postage stampa the I'nivers'ty of Miami* Jh T*
in honor of Sosua a settlemenl ei iii.clicjnchas been annm.. ? **
t.bllshed for" JeCvTsK IfWgee. In u. &T pX m HS^ >>,
1940. |Dental Research Branch. l"s Ar""
The postal issue also recognizes Medical Research an,] i)^,^1
the international celebration of ment Command The funds wj|| ^
World Refugee Year. jvide for continued laboratorv J
ies on the affect of dental ,1
The stamps. In v.ry.n, denom- Inpljr reIated tQ heart *
.nat.ons, have two baste des.gr... children. Administration of ?v'
One shows an aerial view of So- : work wj again ^ u Uie
an Dr Zinner. director of dent'a
search at the hespital. and asskT
mt professor at the medical This is the third consenitn,. "*'j
made to the two local ihstituSJJ
KM. The other depicts a group of
four smiling children.
KABBI SIYMOUK FOX
Suest Rabbi Will
Officiate at Beth
w
David Holy Days
Sidney M Aronovitz. president ol
3eth David Congregation, announ
ed Wednesday th.it Rabbi Sey
mour Fox. assistant to Dr. Lout'
Pinkelatein, chancellor of the Jew
ish Theological Seminary, will be
Congress scheduled to be held to ',sh Theological Seminary, will b
rardJ the end of December in Je- guesl rabm for ,no Mlh "olv l)a>s
rusalem. particularly the ouestion Rabbl rox has Sainpd nationa
russlem, particularly the question
if the proposed reorganised strut-
ure ol the World 'Zionist Organiza
ion. Discussions pn Arab boycotts
mil the Kichmann trial will" also
nghlight the agenda.
While the registration of data
gates and sessions of committees
lealing with major aspects of the
ZOA program will begin as early
is Wedneadaj evening, Aug. 24.
... lJnd continue all day Thursdav the
all assistance to Israel ,n preparing formal opening ol the convention
" Mil take place on Thursday night.
Continued from Page 1-A
repiv has yet been received from
ai j of the Soviet bloc countries t<
Israel'i formal request, despite th<
tad that the press in these coun
Aug 25, which will feature the
presidential address by Abraham
Redelheim. A a^esl speaker at
opening session wll he A\i.,
'Ii
K^fa-S* PUb"C,,y ,0 .....Hmr,....., Mnb.-ador'ofls^.
Eichmann's capture.
The Moscow publication, "New
Times," carried an article stres-
ring that Eichmann was respon-
sible for the mass-killing of "six
million men, women and children
who were exterminated after be-
ing tortured." The article criti-
cized those abroad who suggest-
ed that the Eichmann trial take
place in West Germany, assert-
ing that if Eichmann were judg-
ed there, "it can be expected
that after a short time he will be
liberated."
"The Eichmann process, which
id should
i punishing people
who Itj of war crinu -. but
also to stop reactionar)
to bring i..uk (his system, this re
gime and tin be Soviet
organ asserted
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to the United States The Sbomrin
'I the Ne York Police Depart
ment and a group ,i i sofim, Israel
Hoy Scouts now visiting this coun-
try, will take part in the presents
'ion ol the colors.
- Entertainment feature during
the opening session will be the
*pp*aranct for the f.rst time in
this country of Abraham Wilko-
mirsky, world renowned Israeli
opera tenor and cantor.
tbba M.ii. i BOvax will be
the rec'pienl of -he Hen] Gold M.
ion of the ZOA at ten annual
dered him a! the
I which
heduled ipi akera will
S Sen Everett M Dirksen,
minority leader of tin
Rappaport to Speak Tuesday
a talk by Gilbert Rappaport
Inally sehedufc 2 will be
heard n< i i,v mem
"i Miami Beach Locsge of
B'nai K nth at a luncheon i,
I tin I'.Lido hotel. Rappaport
la director of the Southeast region
of the Zionist Organization oft
America. He recently returned!
from a trip to Israel. Gershon S.
Miller is luncheon chairman.
recognition in varied fields of Jew
ish and general learning
Born in Chicago, III., Rabbi Fox
has an extensive educational
background, which includes work
leading to Bachelor's and Mas-
ter's Degrees at the University
of Chicago, a Bachelor of He-
brew Letters degree from the He-
brew Theological College, a
teacher's certificate from the Col-
lege of Jewish Studies, and rab-
binic ordination from the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America in New York City.
In 1956. Rabbi Fox was appoint
ed assistant to Dr Finkelslem. and
in 1958 was named BSeociate dean
of the Teachers Institute-Seminar*
College of Jewish Studies
Kabbr Fox is chairman of the
Department <>f Education at the
Seminar] and president of the na
il organisation of Deans of
Schools of Higher Jewish Ed
tion.
Both are inscribed Sosua, Do-
minican Republic. First Colony of
Refugees in Amenta
The itablishmenl of the colony
affected through the combined
ifforts ol President Trujillo. the
: ionium an Republic, and the Do-
iiimr.ni Republic Settlement Awi
Hie latter, known as DORSA. is an
iffihate of the American Joint Die
ribution Committee.
Sosua took shape as an idea at
conference in Evian in 1938,
'hen the late President Roose-
velt led 32 nations in an expres-
sion of sympathy for the victims
of Nazi opression. Gen. Trujillo
promptly announced the readi-
ness of the Dominican Republic
"to accept up to 100,000 Jewish
refugees."
The Dominican leader thereupon
lonated his private farm of 26.000
acres in Sosua for the new refugee
settlement site. Sosua is today a
thriving, self supporting Domini
can community
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Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61
......Ressaatossswaasssi.....aaajaaa.....
man of the overall campaign.
Among his many activities,
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY ^VS
. V^*T#n#rH/fff f f tive committee of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation,
BRNSST JANIS: No. 2 in a Sari...
friends his hobbies were golf
and bridge and he uses the
past tense advisedly. Be-
cause he's so completely in-
volved with CJA and a
whole string of welfare
causes there's precious fet-
tle time left for hobbies. But
he's enjoying every minute
of it, he says.
One of the area's top build-
ers, he heads the Janis Com-
pany, which has constructed
hundreds of dwellings for
the steady flow of newcomers
m Florida.
In ma I960 Combined Jaw-
isS Appaal, "Ernie" wit co-
chairman with Cal Kovant
of tha racord smashing
b-jlldars' Division. In the 1961
drive, he'll be a Nice chair-
NOT JANIS
his place on Brandeis Univer-
sity's Presidents' Council, his
position as trustee at Temple
Israel, board membership of
the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith, and his lead-
ership in the Mt. S'nai Hos-
pital capital fund drive as co-
chairman of. the building
committee.
In the months ahead, per-
sonable Ernest Janis will be
fitting in on strategy sessions
to help "build" a successful
CJA campaign. To this task
he w;ll bring the same clear,
decisive thinking and sense
of organization which have
characterized all of his busi-
ness and communal activities.
His talents and dedication
are welcome. They will add
strength and color to the
CJA campaign cabinet in
1961.
:lorida JWV Body Condemns Red Menace
In a move this week designed to
buale the danger of Communism
|ilh that of nee-Nazism, the Amer-
anism Commission of the Florida
:haries s. lavim
announces new
ORGANIZATION PUNS
IHARLES S. LAVIN, wboM
deas have been editorialized in
leaders Digest, announces die
kldition of the famous PaJn
leach Hotel at Palm Beaob,
Florida. This is a truly luxurious
(lace for retirement; the average
^te being $86.50 per month pet
won, double occupancy which
chides three meals a day.
Ingle rooms are .also available.
pedal dietary kitchen and din*
jig room available at $1.00 pa*
ay extra charge.
leservan'ons are now being ao-
^pted for our new Garden
'inn. Rentals start at $86.50 per
onth per person, which in-
I' id's a lovely private room
nth running water, and three
iell-prepared meals a day. Also
fese guests may enjoy the same
cial activities as those in the
iin building.
Department, Jewish War Veterans
of the United States, resolved to
recommend to the U.S. Congress
the formation of a new Secretary
of World Affairs post with Cabinet
status.
The resolution was adopted at a
special session of the commission
under Percy Friedlander, of Miami
Beach, chairman.
Pointing to the continuing en-
croachment of world Communism
on the free peoples and free na-
tions everywhere, as well as the
breakup of the Summit Conference
recently in Paris, the commission
declared:
"We, the Jewish War Veterans,
urge the Congress of the United
States to enact such enabling
legislation so as to give the Pres-
ident of the United States me
right to take immediate action to
prevent such further encroach-
ments or infiltration of the Com-
munistic ideology in North and
sgardless of your age, you .
>w join The Charles S. Lavin
rtirement Organization, the
jes being one dollar ($1.00)
er year. This entitles you to Si
onthly bulletin and should a
Member come to one of oar
Jtels as a permanent guest, he
she will receive a discount of
1100.00 the end of the first yean
specific information
larding the numerous
ivin Retirement Hotels
uoughout the country,
leaso write Charles f.
avin as noted below.
ier# is no obligation.
Congo Refugees
Arrive Destitute
Continued from Page 1 A
this week to discuss aid for the
refugees from the Congo with the
Jewish Agency. He expressed the
hope that the Jews would return
to the Congo and announced that
Premier Moise Tshombe of Katan-
ga had promised compensation to
those who suffered property loss
during the disorders in Elisabeth-
ville.)
Phillips said the Congo situation
was "fluid" and noted that some
refugees had already gone back to
their homes while others intended
to follow as soon as they were as-
sured that law and security had
been restored. He declared that
some of the refugees intended* to
sett'e in Rhodesia, some in South
Africa, while others would go to
Israel. He mentioned the public
funds which had been established
to help Congo refugees and called
on the Jewish community lo con-
tribute generously.
South America."
Continued the resolution: "We
further request that the Congress
of the United States enact such
legislation that will create the posi-
tion of a Secretary of World Af-
fairs, with Cabinet status, whose
duties will be to act as liaison be-
tween the Secretary of State and
the Secretary of Defense."
The new post proposed by the
JWV here would have as its prin-
ciple job the monitoring of Com-
munist activities "and thereby
keep the President completely in-
formed."
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4-A
beyond minor victories in a field of violations requiring a major coup
if they are to be totally eradicated? It has assured some civil liber-
tarian progress-at a price the Jewish community can not afford to pay.
The alternatives? These were discussed in detail here during the last
two weeks.
A typical-payment i*w>i*r latest installment plan buying spree?
A column Saturday by Adon Taft. religion editor of Miami's morning
daily. Quoting a psychology professor at William and Mary, who de-
clared as mentally ill those who "scorn all influences that have any
religious flavor," Taft concluded: "I wonder if this has any signifi-
cance in the Bible-in-the-schools controversy?"
The barb of a boor? Perhaps, but there are so many and all
of them must be reckoned into the cost of the "victory" promised us.
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At Camp Avir
Camp Avir will be the scene of
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week.
Campers will be divided into blue
and white teams, who will com-
pete in all phases of camp life.
Sy Forman, swimming director,
meanwhile reported on the prog-
ress of Camp Avir's swimming
program, with Mrs. Hannah
Schorr making a similar report in
arts and crafts.
An Indian lore show was present-
ed Wednesday at Congregation Ye-
hudah Moshe under the direction of
Gary Kanner.
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Browsing With Books: By HIIARY MINDtlW
Friday. August 12,
Well-Organized Listing of Jewish Nobel Prize Winners
THE LAUREATES: Jewish Winner* of the Nobel Priie.
By Tine Levifan. 23*. pp. New York: Tweyne Pub-
lishers, 31 Union Square. $450.
VINA LEVITAN, who has written major works in both
" Hebrew and English, has produced a well-conceived,
well-executed book which should be of more than passing
interest. Since the first awards in 1901. the Nobel Prize
has been recognized as the highest accolade possible in
its five areas of physics, chemistry, physiology and med-
icine, literature, and world peace. This volume introduces
each of the Jewish Nobel laureates in the order in which
the prizes were awarded in each category. gives a brief
biography, and describes the achievement which reaped
the award.
The statistics alone are intriguing. Of the three nun
dred and thirteen winners from 1901 to 1959. there hive
been forty Jews, or twelve percent. TJju
of the twenty-four countries from which
winners are selected is about 520 million; the total Jew
ish population of these countries is 14 million, or 2.7 per-
cent. Thus the Jews have been awarded five times the
number of Prizes that their numbers would warrant In
Germany, writes atithor I^vitan. "when Hitler declared
that the Jew had exerted a degrading and contaminating
influence upon German culture, there were 38 German
Nobel laureates (1933). Of these, eleven were Jews, or
thirty percent, although Jews made up less than six per-
cent of the total German population." Austria had suckled
six winners; three were Jews The proportion of Jews in
Austria js lest than four percent
Before pride and ethnic chauvinism get completed out
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Nixon's 'Warm Understanding' of Israel
Chicago
republican Presidential nom-
* mec Richard M Nixon hat In-
dicated a warm and deep under-
ol Israel's pi oblema li
insistent with the new, liberal
image be ii creel ii
The Republican platform plank
on Israel disappointed man)
eanse it was weaker than both the new Democi
plank and the 1956 G.O.P. plank In 1956. the Be
publican-, pledged "the preservation (if Israel as .in
important tenet <>f American foreign policy The
nen plank was > clear retre.it from th.it position
Yet politicians close Ul Mr Nixon claim he had
nothing to do with it. embroiled a< he was in bl
battles with the platform committee They say that
a proposed -trong pro-Israel plank a- watered down
by Sen John Sherman Cooper, eh.iirman of the plat
form foreign affairs subcommittee I! til a!-o
pointed out that Charles II Percy, chairman of the
entire platform committee, loughl -in expression con
listen) to State Department wishes, inoffensive to
the Arabs
Overseas Newsletter:
By ELIAHU SALPETER
On Medical Research
Jerusalem
A PRODIGIOUS volume of 560 pages
^* on 'Medual and Biological Research
in Israel" baa been published ben b) the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the
Hadassah Oi tattoo Edited bj M
Prywes, the volume gives a bird
view of what is being done in these .(i
etues at the Hebrew University, the Haifa
Technion. the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot. the scien-
tific institutions of various ministries and medical H
Izationi as well as the Tel Avi\ University, Kopal Holim
(the Histadrut Sick Fund) and Malben
Though lack of space often forced the editor to limit
reports of years-long research to two or three lines in the
volume, the books lUCCQOdl well in indicating the broad
scope ar.d varied fields of interest in which Israeli scien-
tists are engaged In the field of regional and applied
research, important work is being done in public health
and social medicine.
Among the fields Investigated i- the control of eom
municable diseases, the organization of medical care and
various psychological, sociological, nutritional and gene-
tieal problems created by the mass immigration. Scien-
tists seem to agree that Israeli population is eminently
suitable for such research Since Jt is composed of immi-
grants from more than 80 countries from all the continents
of the world, thereby providing excellent samples for com
parativ e studies
Research of wide interest for most under-developed
countries, particularly tbOSl I in and or semi-arid
zones is conducted in the fields of Ixitany and m
Thi-s. include research on the relationship of water
to crop plants, irrigation problems, introduction of new
breeds of crops control of plant diseases and peats, affor-
on problems and the entire field of "desert agricul-
ture "
In the field of zoology, animal husbandry is of partic-
ular interest to the Israeli scientistl The problems of
acclimatization of livestock particularly by suitable nutri-
tion and proper crosabreeding are being studied. Impor
t in; work is also hemg.donc to find ways for wider utih/.i
tion by industry of various plants found abundantly in
this region.
While Israel attaches great importance to applied re-
search, considerable time, money and particularly brain-
power, is devoted to fundamental and general research.
Such research is being conducted into the causes of cancer,
genetics radio biology, experimental embryology and a
wide array of problems in human physiology and neu
rology.
Interesting research is being done on the historv of
medicine in Israel and among the Jews in the Diaspora.
There is a special Israel Society of the History of Medicine
and Science.
Chairman Pi Hatl"
batten Bank an Institution which n ipport
for krab ttand oi i in J v. Fulbi
n Relations Committee This
I when Sen Fulb ihield the
\ t)g from Senate action oil the Sue/ blockade ISSNC
ng with th. Arabian-American oil Co. and other
con the Chant .Manhattan Bank contributes
funds for support of the Middle Baal Institute The
Institute recently s[.ons,,n-d an anti-Israel t"
ng reflecting \ iewi of the 101
erfcan Friends of the Middle Fast
Sen Cooper, a "liberal'" Republican who once
served In the State Department, voted on the side of
Sen Fulhright and the State Department, against
Israel's interests, when the blockade issue was In-
fore Congress A platform committee source de-
scribed Sen. Cooper as desiring to avoid an impres
sum in the platform that support of Israel is a
tenet" of U s. foreign poliej
Senators Javits and Keating. New York Repub-
licans, sought to strengthen an original platform ver-
sion They found strong opposition They got some
concessions But the final, re-worded plank still left
much to be desired and was far short of what they
-ought.
Mr Nixon was so embattled on the civil rights
Issue, attempting to pacify both liberals and con
servatives, that he apparently failed to intervene on
the Israel plank. His .supporters stated that the
plank was virtually meaningless in "practical"
terms They expressed confidence that Nixon, as
President, would be mindful of Israel's problems
When Israel Premier BenGunon visited Wash
ingtOO last winter, he took away an enthusiastic im
preasion of Nixon. As Vim President, Mr Nixon
went out of his way to add warmth to an otherwise
very formal and chilly reception of Ben (iurion. He
invited the Premier to his home for a luncheon that
produced what Israeli sources described as a "deep
and meaningful" conversation
On a number of occasions, Mr Nixon has \
abhorrence of anti-Semitism. He spoke out most
recently to repudiate the proferred political support
Of George Rockwell's "Nazis for Nixon" movement.
The American Nazi Party received an outright re-
buff from Mr. Nixon
When Nixon visited Poland last year, he placed
a wreath at the memorial marking the remains of
the Warsaw Ghetto He said this emotional experi-
ence CMieod him to recognize "that racial or rein;
koui discrimination ends in the destruction of human
values by which our civilization must live if it is to
endure."
For this reason." said Nixon. "1 shall never he
fied until peaceful and workable measures have
bam found and adopted to eliminate even trace of
such practice's against our citizens, and 1 shall cune>
tinue to devote my efforts wholeheartedly toward
that goal
im. iiwrr .. of hand. Miss Levitan admits that she has followed th.
j^^popidaWOi^Ilinigibc^eJinition of a Jew to include those born of
the Nobel Prize Jewish mother, and she has also included those who i*
Judaism, of which there were three, two Germans a*!
one. Dr. Karl Landsteiner. Vienna-born. Land,teiner
fact, the discoverer of the human blood groups on^!
brought a lawsuit against the publishers of a JewS
"Who's Who" for including him in their volume: "the cauLd
celebre served to advertise the very fact he was .,, taxMI
to conceal."
Many of the winners are well-known, especially tbw.1
in the fields of physics and medicine. Einstein, of count!
and Niels Bohr. Enrico Fermi, and Isidor Isaac Kabi art
the most familiar in physics. In medicine. Paul F.hrlieh.
for his work on immunity. Selman Waksman. lor -h.- I
covery of streptomycin, and 1958s amazing 33year-gU
geneticist. Joshua Lederberg, are undoubtedly r, co?m- I
able names to most readers. In literature, two of the threei
winners would hardly be new: Henri Bergson and Bot^J
Pasternak
Miss Levitan has done an incredible job of
the work of each of the laureates. Her cap u 'h*3
of the achievements in chemistry, physics an,'
are at non-technical as possible Ind complete'\
1 ible; her thumbnail discussion of BergtoE s "(:
Evooitl ;>.' i- a remarkable piece of extraction
One cannot help being especially proud of thett tca.
tributkms b) -lews to the advancement of k to.-..
especiall) pi ased with this lucid, well-organs ix^e]
which presents them with such excellence.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWAUTZ
Life is Just Like That I
JJAVID DUBINSKY, labor leader, |J
" gan his labor career m lead-
ng a strike against his lather oakery
n Poland.
Eddie Cantor as a boy tang in the
hoir of Cantor Rosenblatt
Irving Berlin's father was poor i
Cast Side cantor. It didn't pay nvictj
>f a salary, so Mrs. Bahne. that 'he way I
the name was originally spelled, also served as mahgiaci
supervisor of kashruth.
Jerome Kern's father had the concession for street
sprinkling in Manhattan. The elder Kern wanted Jerome I
to sprinkle streets too. but he was more interested pour-,
ing sound than pouring water. Kern gave the following I
tip to would-be composers: "Keep working You may work]
all day and think you've got nothing from it, but the j
chances are you have gotten somethinga note, a bar,
here and there, which some day you will find a use for."
Ben Hecht was born in Racine. Wise, and a: 18 vat
an acrobat.
one of the leaders of the Nalurei Karta. 'he fanatWfl
Orthodox party in Israel which refuses to recog! /e the
State of Israel before the Messiah comes, was onci wruie ;
living in New York, a blatant atheist. Later he gtaj
religion.
I irmer Gov. Dewey of New York once tang in t
Jewish temple choir in New York City
James Waterman Wise, son of Rahni Stephen Wue,|
is now an art dealer in Paris.
Bernard G. Richards, who runs the Jewish Informatiot
Service says the prize query he got was a postcard >ayinfc
"Please tell me what the Jewish religion is?" The writer!
did not enclose a postcard for reply.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann was one of 15 children
Benny Goodman comes of a poor Jewish family *
I "Imago and got his first music lessons free at a Jewisk]
synagogue center.
Eleazar Lipsky. author of the "Kiss of Death'' tidj
other thrillers, got a good deal of his source material whibj
serving as assistant district attorney of New York City
That Harry Schermanc founder of the Book of ti*i
Month Club, responsible for selling more hard-cover books j
than any other man. at one time worked on the American
Hebrew with lui Lipsky. Scherman was trying to be j
a writer himself in those days, but according to him. a
one would buy his short stones, to he switched to advaf-]
Using.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Agency Reevaluates Ties to Political Parties
THE QUESTION as to whether the re
organized Jewish Agency in tl..-
COUntrj should approve allocations for
welfare programs of political parties hi
I may be rocon tenured A t|
committee of the reconstituted Jewish
ej is now engaged in studying tail
'ion The .lewis), Agencj I
lad to discontinue these allocations at
of the end of 1960
This decision was taken because the Agenev found it
increasingly difficult to explain to some American J.ws
that political parties in Israel, for historical reasons, as
sumed welfare functions and actually conduct welfare pro
grams. The picture lends itself to a change now that
Isador Lubin, the noted American economist, has become
the representative in Israel of the reorganized Jewish
Agency in New York. As consultant of the reconstituted
Jewish Agency.. Dr. Lubin will be in a position to check on
how the allocations made by the Jewish Agency in this
bountrj arc lung spent in Israel.
He will thus also be in a posilion to check on the p
whether allocations to political parties for welfare P'*
grams are actually being spent for the purpose for wlw-j'
they are earmarked. Hit recommendations on toil ,ub*~
if favorablewould, therefore, leave no doubt in U
mindt of American Jewish givers that the political partie
POnd the allocations on no other activities but provwjl
i c*.-aa fm
Such
way,
, ----- .... ie>iuii aid to new immigrants in their settlement*
would have to be provided bv the Jewish Agency anywl
even if not through the political parties, all of which ha
hitherto received $2,000,000 a year for this purpose
By continuing to grant this aid through the partie* *
their settlements, the Jewish Agency would eliminate "JJ
possibility of ihe affected partict launching their own n
raising drives in the United States. Already one of U*
parties, the Murachi. hat announced its intention to laatw
a separate $2,000,000 drive in the United States and lo*r_
peal to Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds for H**"
tiont.


iday. August 12. 1960
LEGAL NOTICE
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tend* to register said name with the
Clan "f tin- Circuit Court of bade
'iiinitN. Florida
J. J. J !N<-
Bj Pare] r Jerman, Pre*.
CLYDE E ROSTER, JR.
Attorney for .1 .1 .1 Inc.
3.'. N.i: 12..th at N. Miami. Fla
1/11-18 M, /l
NOTICE
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
GERALD JOSEPH LA DERM AN. who
ii. i. tad In the Criminal Court of
Record In and for Dads County, fi.u -
itla. at the June term thereof. A.D.,
l*o, of th- offenae of Grand Larceny,
for w-hlrh a aantanca of P< montha Im-
in I-..tiiii.nt in the Stale Penitent iai >
wan Irnpoaed, will apply for cJemeno
to the btata Board of Pardona, Tal'a-
hassee, Florida, at ita next rritilar
meeting. through and by his under-
signed attornev of record.
OINii P NEGEETTI
a/12-ls-M. 9'2-!-l-::i-30. 10/7-14
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA
IN CHANCERY. No. )C 6943
lltY ANNEC. .MIKKol.A.
I'll tillff,
.MBRT. MIKKOI.A.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'"I. IALMKR T. MIKKOI.A. Cerro
.....oriioration, Cerro da Pasco.
ii. are required to file your UaWOr
Ihi complaint for divorce with the
l^k of the above Court "d nerve a
thereof upon Clno P. Negrettl.
t" 1-ia-ll Concresa RulMlng.
Imi. Florida, on or before Aucuat
I960, or elaa complaint will be
n an r.nfeased. Dated thla Jlat
Iu .. I960.
K It I.KATBKI1.MAN
Clerk of the Mn nit Court
Kv C. I. ALEXANDER.
1 >eput> i Mark
7/. H/i-12-19
the county judge's court
[in and for dade county.
Florida, in probate.
No. 490B2-C
RE: Katate of
K.MANl Kl. OOLPBTEIN, alao
known a MANNY COI.DKN
Daceaaad.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Credltora and All PeraonH Hav-
* Maim*, or Demanda Againat Said
l-ite:
fou are hereby notified and requlr-
o prevent any claims and demanda
i-h you mav have againat the ea-
of EMVNIKI. C.< H.DSTKIN. alao
Iwn aa MANNY (Kil.HKN daceaaad
\ of l)ade County. Florida, to tbe
Jnty Judfaa of Dade County, and
the aame In their offlcea In the
|nty Courthouae in Dade Count*.
da, within eight calendar months
the date of the flrat publication
Kit. or the aame will he barred.
ANNA GOLDSTEIN
Executrix
pNO N\ I'll ANSI IN
tirnev
i Meridian Avenue
ii Peach Florida
7/29. *75-lI-l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 6371
LEWIS EDWIN HOOKHl'LTZ,
Plaintiff.
VS.
JUDITH ANN HOOKHL'LTZ.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JUDITH ANN BOOKHl'LTZ
c/o E. Q. 8E1TZ. Route 36.
PunxMitawnev, Pennaylvanla
You. JUDITH ANN BOOKHl'LTZ.
are heieby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce and Amendment
nna been filed agalnet'you. and you
are required to earve a copy of your
Anawer or Plendlng to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
HOWARD B. RK1SS, 1140 NE. 163rl
Sir-et. North Miami Beach, Florida Florida Corporation,
and file the original Anawer or Plead- Plaintiff.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUOOE't COURT
IN ANdFOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 50177-C
IN RE: Eatate of
PETER PAIL IR.SA.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
ADMINISTRAT ON UPON ESTATE
OF PERSON BELIEVED
TO BE DEAD
TO WHOM IT MAY (-ONCER*.':
WHEREAS, ANNA D. IRSA ha>
filed a Petition for Administration 1'n-
n.ceaaary oF PETER PAUL 1R8A. a
peraon believed to be dead: evident-.
will he presented before the Honorable
OBORUB T CLARK, at hla office- in
the Dinle Count. Court 11..use. Miami.
Florida, at 11:00 A.M. on the 30th da)
f August. 1960 at which time Um
I'ourt will hear evidence concerning
the alleged abseiu-e of the supin.se,I
I......dant and the circumstances and
duration thereof.
Anyone having any evidence as t"
the hereabouts of the said PETER
PACI. IRSA should li- present and
present auch evidence at ouch lime
and place.
Dated thia 20th day of Julv. 1 !>60
H. ROBERT KOLTN'OW
Attorney for ANNA D. IRSA
629 Weat Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
7/2J-29, H/.1-I2
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTI.K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie partnerahlp heretofore exlatlng be
twaen IMiRorilY l( HCHMELZ and
RICHARD K l-oPKI.I., under the
fictitious name and atvle of BTUDIO
Oh' CERAMICS, lo.-ale,| ,,t :::t:s c.rul
Way, Miami. Florida, was dlsaolvad
nr limn.,i oonaent, on the Mth da) of
llllle. '
fJOROTHY P. (TH.VWI* has- wlth-
drawn from .mil haa ceased to I..
ited in the carrylna on of said
bualneaa, and RICHARD K POPEJLL
ill hereafter carry on aald bualneaa
and he Is entitled to all of Hie gj
including all del.Is due to sal.I pan
tierahip. and lias aastlBlad and nil
pa) all outstanding bualneaa obliga-
tions of STUDIO oi" CERAMICS
l.i..'.,'..re "ii.l heteaflei Incurred
laiRDTHY It Si Ml M KI.Z
RliMIARD K PoPKI.I.
x/r.-i2-i i-2u
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY NO. 60C 871
IN RE
ADOPTION or OART
LEONARD MARTIN, a
minor, by ALBERT RIVTH
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Of
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
Ti > Carl George Martin
6S5 Eaatlawn Street
i leneva, Ohio
Yt H ARE HKREFtY NOTIFIED that
i Petition has been filed In the above-
s.vled Court by ALBERT ROTH for
the adoption of OARY LEONARD
MARTIN, a minor, b) the Petition-r.
ALBERT ROTH, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or ob-
je. tions to show cause why said Peti-
tion ahould not be granted, on tlie
attnrnevs for Petitioner, Tallanoff ft
Waller. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and, file the original
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before August 22.
IM0.
HEREIN FAIL NOT, or n Decree
Pro Confeaao will be entered agalnat
you.
WITNESS my -hand and seal of
aald Court in Miami, Dane County.
Florida, thia 18th day of July. I960.
O. P. I.EATHERMAN
i "lerk of aaid Court
I -eal I By; R H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
7/22-2*. S/S-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVHN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PEN WOLF COMPANY it 1404 M.W.
First street, Miami, Fla intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
tlie Circuit Court of Dads County,
Florida,
HEN Wol.F
SAMIELR. STARK
Attornev for Applicant
7'22-29. 8/5-11
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
reigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan
E B ASSOCIATES at 1144 S.W :,th
Sire.-t. Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
i-tet- said name with the Clerk" of thi
'ourt of I i.i i.- unt) Florida
EARL rJORWON
WEINKI.E A KE88LBR
Attorney! for Karl Robson
' Si4 Seybold Huilding
Miami U, Florida
I -12-19-245
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEE QBE VENDING at Dade County.
Florida Intend to reglater aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT BRAUN
AARON GOLOSMITH
Bole Owners
7/22-29. 8/.-.-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. flOC 6807
S F1NLEY Bl'IE. INC.. a
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 47SS5
ESTA r-E OF
BERNARD FLIASHN1CK
.....1
ICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
OTICE Is herabv given that we
filed our final report ml petition
Final Discharge as Bgecutors of
.f BERNARD FL1ASH-
[K deceased; am. that on the lat
.f September, ItcA w- wl" appl>
Ihe li IBM il'.CK T CI.ARK
liity Jiiiine of Dade County. Fl
]approval of said f1 '' "nJ
final discharge as Exec ttors
of "
i!b22
.ng In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the gvtll da)
of August. I9S0. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Hill of Complaint.
Thla notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-OIUI'IAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thia 2".th day of luly. AD
196tl.
E. B 1.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
tseal) B) K. M I.YMAN,
l)eputy Clark
HOWARD S KEISS
114 NE. 163rd Street
North Mliml Beach Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/29. S'S-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SOC 70S2
ARI.ENE KRAMER I.ANZETTA.
Plaintiff.
* ___
fCNATIl'S A. LANZETTA.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IONATIL'8 A. LANZKTTA
, 716 East Grand Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan
You. IONATH'8 A. LANZETTA. are
hereby notified that a B1U of Com-
plaint for Divorce haa been filed
against you, and you are required to
aerve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing; to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney. WEINBTEIN ft
WEINSTEIN, 420 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach 39. Florida and/file th
original Anawer or Pleading- In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 29th day of Auguat,
1M0. If you fall to do ao. Judgment bv
default will be taken agalnat you for
the relief demanded la the Hill of
Complaint
Thla notice shall be publiahed once
a, li week for four consecutive weeks
In THE .ll-rwisn Fl-oRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
KVwO^ ~*f*y 26th day of July, AD.
IN. Clerk.
ALBERT JOHNSON and CLF.oTHA
W. .loll.NSo.N. his wife,
Defendants. ,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALBERT JOHNSON and
CLBOTHA W. JOHNSON,
hia wife. Defendants
c/o Kate R. Johnson
1847 Plneanona Avenue
Macon, Georgia
Yol" ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Complaint to Foreclose the First
Mortgage on the following described
real property, '.o-wit:
Lot Seventeen (17) in Block Twenty-
nine <2) of THIRD ADDITION TO
RICHMOND HEIGHTS ESTATES,
according to.the Plat thereof, record-
ed In Plat Book 68 at Page 14. of the
Public Records of Dade County.
Florida, together with all the 1m-
Frovements located thereon, and all
urnlture, furnishings, fixtures and
equipment contained therein,
has bean filed against you. and you
are hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer or other pleading to
Plaintiffs Comp'aint on the Plaintiffs
Attorney. EDWARD 8. RESNICK. 940
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or before the lth
day of August. A.D., 1960. If you fall
to do so. Judgment by Default will be
taken agalnat you for the relief de-
manded In the Complaint.
THIS NOTICE ahall be publiahed
once each week for four consecutive.
weeks. In The Jewish Florldlan.
Dated thia- lth day of July. A.D..
I960.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(aaai) By: C. P. COPKLAND
Deputy Clerk
EDWARD S. RE8NICK
94" Unocln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/2J-2*. 8/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MACIxiNEI.I. PATIO GARDEN8 at
Number 7970 S.W. 77th Avenue. In
the city of Miami, Florida, intend t
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of July. 1960.
GEORGE N. MarltONELL III
LILLIAN L. MacDONELL
8/o-it-t9-?
lt.NA.tl. KUASHflk New york tQ see the showr8^rF.or,d.
nd i iv of July, imo, Then off to California to visit Sam's fJV.
I-'iJlnPFidA'^Norman Leasing, fonpyer director of the C.
ner MANNHRJraiter Slezak From California, the Berlins art
'neyiT P-over in Las Vegas and a side trip to Mexico .
J. 8outh of the Border: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mann, who
/ Continued on Page- 5B
NOTICE, UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAGa* BY BENNETT at 1*16 North
Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida intends
to reglater said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MONA LISA, IMC
i lortda corporation
"VDKK & YOUNG
>-~ya for Moiu Lisa, Inc
Will to. 7/U-M. 1/5-12
on Sunday
ing Lot 2.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. SOC StW
I'I SHAN JOHN ZOBENICA.
Plaintiff.
.tl'NK ZOBENICA.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: JUNE ZOBENICA
Defendant
1M53 Freeland Avenue
Detroit. Michigan
TOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, haa
been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your anawer
or other pleading on Plaintiff's attor-
nev MILTON A FRIEDMAN. 1111
Alnaley Building. Miami 32. Florida,
and file the original with the Clerk
of the Court on or before the 19th
day of August. 1960. or judgment b>
default will be taken agalnat you
DATED thia 20th day, of July. 1960.
at Miami, Dade County, Florida.
E It I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: C. P. COPELAND
I>eputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1111 Alnaley Building
Miami 32. Fla FR 1-S664
?/-. K/S-lt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 6482
PORTER TA IE ROBERTS
Plaintiff.
vs.
ELIZABETH C. PACI ROBERTS
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO ELIZABETH c PACI ROBERTS
3622 South West Eighth Street
Miami. Florida
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has be^n
filed agalnat you. and you are requir-
ed to aerve a copy of your Anawer or
Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attornev. POPPER *
SCHIESS, 6S24 South Weat 7Ird St.,
Smith Miami 4:;. Florida and file the
original Anawer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
n or before the ;:h day ..f September,
If von fa:l to do no, judgment by
default will lw taken against you for
the i.li.-f demanded in the Bill of
Compl
This notlog shall he published onco
each week f.,r four consecutive weeks
in THE li:\VI.-U KM ilMDIAN
DOtwE \M' ORDERED it Miami,
Florida, this la daj of August, A.l>.
IMO
E B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj WM w ST'sKiNt:,
. t v I "ierk
POPPER *. SCHIESS
Ml it ej for Plaintiff
::> South West TJrd M.
South Miami 4:1. Flor da
__________________________s/a-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. SOC 6862
DANIEL II CAMERON. SR.
Plaintiff.
vs
VIRGINIA A. CAMERON.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti Virginia A. Cameron
1611 Penning Road. N E.
Washington. DC
You are hereby notified that a Com-
l.l.i int for Divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer er other
pleading on Plaintiff's Attorneys.
CAIN. ISIS & FAR1I.MAN. 3830 Wfc
Flagler St.. Miami. Fla and file the
original of aame In the office of.the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 22nd day of August, I960, other-
wise a Default Judgment will be takn
;:lnst you
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th
dav of Julv. 1960
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit 'ourt
Dade County, Florida
(aeall By: K M. LYMAN
lasputy Clerk
7/22-29. H/5-IJ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LIBI1Y APARTMENTS at 1024-1024}
Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida intend to reglater aaid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
SAMP El. ABENSJOV
LILLIAN ABENSON
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
7/22-29. VS-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Ir4 AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. S00SZ
IN RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM HIRSCH,
Deceased.
NOTICE TJ CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AU Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demanda
which you may have against the es-
tate of ABRAHAM HIRSCH deceased
late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their offices In the
Countv Courthouae in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar montha
from the date of the frist publication
hereof, or the same will be barrecT
MARY HIRSCH. Executrix, and
MARION STERN. Executor, the
Last Will and Teatament of
ABRAHAM HIRSCH
By: HERMAN T ISIS, Attorney
CAIN. ISIS A FARBMAN
Attorneys
XS30 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
7/22-29. 6/5-11
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Page 12-A
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Friday, August 12.
Playing the
Underdog
By MAX LERNER
Nasser Presses Beef With Iran Shah
LONDONThe United Arab Republic pressed forward on
several fronts this week to enforce a United Arab front against Iran
because Shah Mahmoud Pahlevi had reaffirmed hi* country's de facto
recognition of Israel, and to block any move in other Moslem lands to
relax the barriers against the Jewish State.
t-----------j
Mohammed Abdul Hassouna. sec
i .w i.." ser's control or pressure,
retary general of the Arab League.
announced before his departure on
M
There is a curious American superstition that whenever a commen-
tator dike a black cat) crosses your path you must do something about
it. so you ask him how he stands on the election campaign Bowing to
this superstition I want to set down at some length how the candidates
and parties size up in an overall way right now. from my angle of vision
-* -* s-c
CHARACTERISTICALLY, VICE PRESIDENT NIXON, whose stance
on the arms race and the political warfare with the Russians is one of
defiant confidence. Is bearish about his election chances at home and
It planning to run scared. Characteristically. Sen. Kennedy who i-
critical about America's present world position, is quietly confident
about a Democratic victory at home
Nixon is casting himself in the underdog role, counting on the trait
in the American national character which roots for an uphill fighter
Kennedy counts on continuing the image which he projects of an unbeat
able leader who has won every' contest he entered, except for the Viet
Presidential nomination in 1956which he was lucky to lose, since it
would have led nowhere.
Incidentally, there is a legend that Nixon also has never suffered a
political reverse. This is untrue Just two years ago. in the Congres
sional election campaign which he organized and led for the Republicans
he pitched the appeal against Democratic "radicalism" and "social
km," in accents very similar to Barry Goldwater's convention speech
The Democrats gave him and his party a severe drubbing. -Clearly he
decided at that time to pitch his 1960 campaign left of center.
- a- s-c
IT IS HARD TO TRANSLATE American politics into foreign terms
But I should guess that its platform and its candidate's speeches now .
place the Republican party just to the right of Macmillan's British
Tories 'which is pretty far left for the Republicans>. while the Demo
crats under their platform and candidate are just to the right of Hugh j
Gaitskell s British Laborites. which is also pretty far left for them.
Given this shift leftward of both parties. I can understand the con i
cern and despair of the conservatives in both, especially among th .
Republicans What I find harder to understand is the despair among !
some liberal Democrats, especially in New York and California, whi
have done so much to create the current liberal climate, yet speak of
sitting on their hands and not voting in November
This is the disease of utopianism. which is one of the fatal disease:
of our time. Neither party has emerged from its convention with :
conscience pure as snow. Yet my guess is that each has done tolerabl>
well for itself, and that the independents have the duty of choosing be
tween them instead of going off into a nirvana of no-choicewhich is
itself a form of choice since it leaves the field to those with (ew scruples
few reservations and no thoughts except a blind party loyalty.
S-C S-C S-C
ASSUMING THAT THE ELECTION will be won or lost in ten or a
dozen big urban states which might go in either direction, the straw pull?
giving Kennedy a strong lead in those states belie the bookie odds, which
are on Nixon. I suspect that the bookies are reckoning with a potentia
anti-Kennedy vote which will go against him partly on the youth and
experience issue, but mainly on the question of Catholicism, and which
is not yet openly expressed in the straw polls.
No one at this point can gauge the size of that vote. It isn't tht
usual anti-Catholic bigotry which expressed itself in the 1928 elections
but a later form of anti-clerical feeling which seems to fear Vatican
power and recalls the Catholic support given to McCarthy. I disapprove
strongly of voting that runs in these terms. Size up Kennedy for what
he is himself, and the party for which he speaks: don't saddle him with
sins that don't belong to him and are far from his own thinking. Yet I
suspect that this group will play a role in the campaign and must b*
reckoned with.
So will the liberal independent group which, on crucial issues, has
in the past shied away from Nixon and yet is disillusioned at the mar
riage of convenience of the Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson force-
-c -c -c
THIS WILL BE A STRANGE CAMPAIGN, largely geared at reach
ing these balance-of-power groups in the key states. To reach them
Kennedy will need all the help that Adlai Stevenson can give him in th
campaigning, and Nixon will need all the help Nelson Rockefeller can
give him.
To the victor belongs the spoils. To the beaten belongs the task
of nailing them down for the victor
Fortunately for Stevenson, he has fewer words to eat and fewer
dislikes to overcome than Rockefeller in performing his role History
takes some hilarious turns I should hate to be Rockefeller at this time
doomed to pumping enthusiasm for a man whom he is doomed to carry
on his shoulders like an old man of the sea. whose pest policies he has
repudiated, and whose middle name he cannot remember
(Thie Is a Copyright Column)
a two-week pilgrimage to the
Kremlin that he was convening a
meeting of the Arab I-eague Coun-
cil to discuss the Iranian action
The leacve itself came .under -
bitter attack this week when Pre
meir Hazza Majali ot Jordan
called press conference in Am-
man to denounce the league as
under the domination of Presi-
dent Nasser of the UAR. and to
assail Nasser for hit "irrespon-
sible" abuse of the Shah. He
accused the Egyptian dictator of
making unwarranted attacks on
the Shah and on Jordan's King
Hussein in order to divert atten-
tion from deteriorating condi-
tions within the UAR.
control or pressure, lashed
back this week with a biting reply
to a Moroccan protest that Iran
had admitted an Israeli delegation
to the recent conference in Teheran
of the International Women's Alli-
ance.
The iranimn reply bluntly noted
that the presence of the Israeli
delegation "was no concern of
the Arab governments, partic-
ularly in view of the fact that
Arab and Israeli delegates set
together at all international con-
ferences. Why then," it asked,
"this cry whew Iran comes into
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The Jordanian politician made
public a message from the Shah
o King Hussein in which he stres
sed that his statement had not lm
plied any change in Iranian-Israel
relations. Official or legal recogni-
tion of Israel had never been the
subject of discussion, the Shah
oted. "It is regrettable." the Shah
declared, "that certain Arab states
with whom Iran has religious ties
did not appreciate Iran* good in-
tentions and did not show any sign
of friendship towards Iran."
The Iranian government, anger-
ed by the flood of vituperative crit-
icism unleashed against the Shah
A number of Arab state envoys
stationed in Ankara called in a
body this week on Gen. Gursel. the
Turkish Premier, to discuss Turk-
ish-Arab relations The
represented the UAR. Iraq,
anon. Libya, and Tunisia slii
Sarper. the Turkish Foreign
ister. attended the meeting ,
which the Arabs pleaded long M\
earnestly for a cooling off ofTj
lationships between Turkey J
Israel.
The two countries have
portant commercial relationsSl
and a trade agreement that ofo]
out ot the advantage of both aa-3
tions
At Karachi this week. Preside*!
Ayub Khan of Pakistan told a pre*]
conference that although PakiitaJ
and Iran were allied in the Central
Treaty Organization (formerly tf]
Baghdad Pact), there was no tat]
form CENTO policy on I-raeljaU
each member was guided by h|
own policy. He denied press rJ
ports that he had written to Pr 1
| ident Nasser regarding the break]
of diplomatic relations between tail
' UAR and Iran over the lattefi]
recognition of Israel
Rockwell Passes Sanity Studies
WASHINGTON George
Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the
American Nazi Party, was released
from the District of Columbia Gen-
eral Hospital to which he had been
committed last month for observa-
tion to determine whether he was
mentally competent to face trial on
charges of disturbing the peace.
ted by a district court on motical
of the prosecuting attorney after
his arrest when fighting broke mtl
at one of his anti-Semitic ralheil
in early June.
He was arrested a second uma|
while the first cue was pending.
in
the Arab lands subject to Nas- trial. Rockwell had been commit
The Nazi leader will now have 1*1
He was found competent to star.-*. face the court on the charges an|
ing out of the two fracases
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The Jack Tatelmans home from New York
. First, they visited their daughter's home in
Manhasset. L.I. Harold and Bunny Mazar have
three cute ones, Mark Jay, Brian Keith, and Terri
Lyn Then on to their son's family, Harvey
and Claire Tatelman. and their moppets, Hal and
Jeffrey ... Back in Bay Harbor, they were greeted
on their return by adorable Kenny and Linda Tate, children of
Stanley and Joni Stan's a Bay Harbor Islands councilman .
Philip and Lucia Grenwald relaxing at home this summer .
Eddie is at Camp Nebagamon in North Wisconsin Mugs Lorber's
place...
Joan and her mother, Rena E^gnatz. off to see the sights .
It's a grand tour of places they've never visited Los Angeles, Las
Vegas and the Grand Canyon by air, and then a motor tour up the
California coast for a stay in San Francisco They're due back
ten days before Joan returns to Smith, where she'll be a senior .
The Paul Barnetts have company, Jane Kaset. of Chattanooga,
who'll be going to the University of Alabama in the fall She's
having a grand time with Suzanne Barnett. getting suntans and all.
> ca
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Freedman return to New York this
weekend after a two-week visit with their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Freedman, of 12800 Ixora Circle, Keystone
Point ...
Beach Optical exec Walter Vollweiler and his Mrs. on vaca-
tion up North ...
Aaron Fair and his Myra off to New York for a few days of
doing the Big Town prior to embarking Aug. IS on the American
Export Lines' SS Atlantic for a one-month cruise, with eight coun-
tries as ports of call Highlight will be a stay in Israel, where
Myra expects to look into the activities of National Council of
Jewish Women there .
Notes to friends from Mrs. Oida Rubin, honorary president of
the Greater Miami chapter, American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, describing a recent national meeting at the organization's
new University House, featuring Philip N. Klutznick and Sen. Her-
bert Lehman Oida due to stay in New York through the summer
at 523 Park ave. ...
Now that Hy and Juliet (Oshlag) Lieber's newest grandchild is
born, they can continue with their plans for a four-week trip to the
Ear East. They'll be leaving Seattle a long way off from their
Phoenix, Ariz, home on Aug. 20 for Tokyo Itinerary' also in
eludes Kong Kong and Macao New arrival, incidentally is
Edward Jacob, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene (Fran) Gendlin, who ar-
rived July 29 in Madison, Wise.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris writing friends from the Galle Face
hotel in Colombo, Ceylon The couple report it's all very much
like Miami Beach, with coconut trees and beaches, "but a poor
place for tailors,'' because "men wear skirts instead of pants in
fact, all they do is wrap a bed sheet around them" ..
Dr. and Mrs. George Balbcr and their two older children back
from a teiwiay vacation in New York The trip was a combined
confirmation gift for daughter Susan and Bar Mitzvah gift for son
Eric. ..
Friends of Lou and Syd Margulies have switched their winter-
visiting to the summer season Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Donsky, of
Gotham Town, at the Fontainebleau hotel, and enjoying this time
of year just as much .. .
Mrs. Juliet Burk, of Nashville. Tenn.. due to become a Beach-
iteespecially since son Morris and his family live here.

Lucy and Dan (Sandra Post Shops) Herman are glad to be back
after a tour through Europe ..
Iner Krensky seen doing her last-mtnute shopping She sailed
last Wednesday'from New York Itinerary: Italy, France, and
the High Holy Days in Israel...
This year. Bertha Holtsberg decided she wasn't going to cook
tier own anniversary dinner ... So she and husband Max invited
their immediate family for a weekend at the Montmartre hotel to
help them celebrate 20 years of wedded bliss Bertha's the
talented brain behind the beautiful plant arrangements sold at the
Mt. Sinai Gilt Shop ...
It was a real surprise for Dr and Mrs. Jules Greenhouse when
they arrived at the Eden Roc on Wednesday Their daughter.
Mrs. Donald Block, had arranged a party in honor of their wedding
anniversary, and guests included Miami Beach City Manager Morris
and Mrs. Lipp, and City Councilman Kenneth and Mrs. Oka .
Sightseeing in New York with a teen-ager will be fun for Harry
and Leona August, who are taking daughter Elaine for her first
Gotham Town visit Then they'll fly to the coast, motor up and
down the countryside, and wind up at Las Vegas.
.Judge Irving Cypen and his Hazel writing from Lordsburg,
N. Mex., on their way to a visit with family in California .eWith
them in their air-conditioned stationwagon are the Cypens' five
children...
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Laskey, of Coral Gables, off for a
month's vacation in Blowing Rock. N.C While their son, Danny,
camps nearby .
Mrs. Gersain (Muriel) Giterman. of Palm Springs. Hialeah. and
children, David and Bonnie Lee, en route to Cleveland, O- where
they will visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Raiz.
*
Mr. and Mrs Charles Charcowsky, 525 W. 28th st., in New
York, accompanied by Viola's daughter. Miss Ruth Platt, who has
been visiting here for the past two months, and Miss Tamara
Schachter, an Israeli student at the University of Miami under the
sponsorship of the Charcowsky* ... The couple recently set up a
reciprocal scholarship travel expense fund for Miss Diane Margel.
of Miami Beach, to study at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem
Jeanette Richman back from visiting her mother in Chicago,
Mrs. Bessie Sachs, who just celebrated her 80th birthday .
Jerry and Betty Lelchuk being different They're staying at
home for a wonderful vacation while Steven is at Camp Blue Star
It's a combined business-pleasure trip to New York for Irving
and Dorothy Rothman ...
Sam and Gale Berlin in New York to see the shows they couldn't
take in last time Then off to California to visit Sam's daughter,
whose husband is Norman Lessing. former director of the Chevy
Show starring Walter Slezak From California, the Berlins are
planning on a stop-over In Las Vegas and a side trip to Mexico .
Also off South of the Border: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mann, who
Continued en Pe* 5-B
UewwJslliL Floridian
, Miami. Florida. Friday, August 12, 1960
Section B
BBW Plan Labor
Day Weekend
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold their third annual Labor
Day weekend affair at the Shel-
borne hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Herbert Ho'ken is in charge
of arrangements as chairman. Mrs.
Betty Birchansky, the organiza-
tion's president, announced the fol-
lowing women as members of the
committee:
Mesdames Herbert Heiken, Louis
Alexander, Max Heiken, Risa En-
gel, and Dorothy Alpert. Mrs.
Birchansky also serves as a com-
mittee member.
The weekend runs from Sept. 3
through 5, and includes two break-
fasts or brunches, two dinners, a
cocktail party on the final evening,
and two nights of entertainment.
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah will inaugurate the 1960-61
season with meetings scheduled beginning Aug. 22. Mrs.
Fred Jonas (right), newly-installed president of the chapter,
here takes over from Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, outgoing president,
and will preside at the Aug. 22 gathering.
Women's JWVIn Convention
National Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
has launched a "Peace through
Medicine" drive to alert peoples
throughout t h e world to the im-
portance of mutual cooperation in
the field of medicine and health.
In a statement ay me national
president, Mrs. Pearl Goldhagen,
of Cincinnati, O., at the 33rd na-
tional convention, JWVA pointed
out the "disease and illness are
not confined by national bound-
aries. The time has come for peo-
ples of all nationalities to recog-
nize that their first obligation to
humanity is to rout out disease and
illness which afflict all peoples, re-
gardless of race, religion or nation-
ality."
The JWVA is meeting here in
conjunction with the 86th annual
convention of the Jewish War Vet-
erans at the Deauville hotel.
JWVA has, since 1948, supplied
the latest medical equipment to
Grossinger
Library Unveiled
By Special Report
REHOVOTH, Israel The Asher
Selig and Malke Grossinger Me-
morial Library named for the par-
ents of noted M'ami Beach and New
York hotelwoman Jennie Grossin-
ger, who founded the world-renown-
ed Grossinger's, N. Y.. was formal-
ly dedicated in its new premises at
the Weizmann Institute of Science
here on July 28, by Abba Eban,
president of the Weizmann Insti-
tute and Minister of Education and
Culture in the Israel Government.
The library, which is on the b'o-
logical sciences, is the largest sin-
gle collection in any one subject
to have been assembled in the
Weizmann Institute's Central Wix
Library, and the most important
collection of its kind in the country.
Mrs. Gross'ngers friends have
supported the project since its in-
ception in 1948.
The ceremony took place in the
main hall of the Wix Central Li-
brary, where an impressive plaque
was unveiled. .
the Tel Hashomer Hospital in Is-
rael in the hope that it would be
used not only by Israelis, but by
people throughout the Middle East.
In citing the effectiveness of this
program) Mrs. Goldhagen pointed
to the fact that number of people
throughout the Middle East, non-
Jews, have been sucessfully treat-
ed at the hospital. She cited a re-
cent case of a citizen from Cyprus
who had come to the Tel Hashomer
Hospital totally blind. Through
the advanced medical knowledge
and equipment available at Tel
Hashomer, the individual returned
to his home completely cured.
Mrs. Goldhagen pointed out that
JWVA is stepping up its drive for
new equipment for the Tel Hash-
omer Hospital, and is urging other
nations in the Middle East to take
advantage of its medical knowl-
edge and facilities as a step to-
ward peace.
Monday, the National Ladies'
Auxiliary made a presentation to
American Children's Home, Haven
School of Mentally Retarded, and
County Children's Home.
Mizrachi Women
Hear Reports
Miami Beach chapter of Mizra-
chi Women met Wednesday, and
heard an address by Mrs. Louis
Wald, honorary national vie* pres-
ident of the organization.
Also on the program were Mrs.
Ida Wessel, Mrs. Helen Pollock,
and Mrs. I. D. Eisenstein. who re-
cently returned from a tour of Is-
rael.
They reported on Mizrachi facil-
ities in the Jewish State, among
them the Ranana Children's Vd-
lage and Mosad Aliyah.
The organization meets again
Sept. 14. Renowned newscaster
Gabriel Heatter will be guest
speaker at the meeting scheduled
for the Miami Beach Federal bldg.,
407 Lincoln rd.
Second Annual Barbecue
Robyn Tubin chapter of the City
of Hope will hold its second annual
barbecue at Greynolds Park on
Sunday. Site it, next to the Rock
Shelter at 22nd ave. and 183rd St.,
No. Miami. Time is 6 p.m. Mrs.
James Dispoto is ticket chairman
Mrs. Albert Matz is chairman of
the barbecue.
Bikur Cholim Meeting
Bikur Cholim Kosher Convales-
cent Home will meet Wednesday
noon at the Algiers hotel. Business
session will be followed by an after-
noon of cards.
THereth Israel Picnic
Congregation of Tifereth Israel
will hold a picnic at Crandon Park
on Sunday, 10 a.m., at Pit 6, Park-
ing Lot 2.
Arriving for the 33rd annual national gathering of the Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary of the United States are (left to right)
Bertha Samuels, past president and convention chairman;
Pearl Boldbogen, national president; and Jessie Gneshin. past
national president and executive director of the gathering. The
women's body is meeting simultaneously with the 65th na-
tional convention of the Jewish War Veterans of the United
States. Headquarters for both are at the Deauville hotel.


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Friday. August 12.
Beat Heat: Prepare Meals in A.M.
By LEAH LEONARD
W ilh the thermometer soaring.
it'S" our practice' to "prepare our
Mia dirt in the cool of the morn
in- We know that proteins lr. the
summer diet are just a- much a
niu>( as at any other time of the
year, but the less "beating" of this
e--i:niaJ food < lemem is Dab in
anj form. For a chance from fi
ii>h dishes, we often i the
following:
MOCK GEFtLTE PISH
(Midsummer Dream Dish
1 tail can salmon i your favorite
brand)
1 medium size onon. diced fine
2 tablespoons vegetable short-
ening or oil
1 medium size raw carrot, grat-
ed
3 eggs, separated
4 tablespoons fine cracker or
bread crumbs
Salt and white pepper to taste
Drain liquid from canned salmon,
reserving liquid to be used as be-
low. Remove fish bones and mash
fish with a fork. Add the diced on-
ion to hot shortening in a frying
pan and saute till lightly yellowed.
Add to the fish along with grated
carrot, egg yolks and crumbs. Sea-
son to taste with salt and pepper.
Beat egg whites stiff and fold in
with a fork. Cover and let stand in
the refrigerator
sauce.
H teaspoon augai*
* Parsley sprigs, lemon wedges
or slices for garnish
Oil
Combine the prepared onion-.
liquid and sugar in a large
pjrt tO piwnnl boil-
ing over when the Dak ia added
j quick boil. Reduce
aunt: Porn the flak
combination into ball- ic '>i
drop Hum one by one
the simmering sauce Let miii-
45 oaimtea
) and turn off heat
ndar saucepan Let cool in the
saucepan before lifting out the
fish balls with a perforated >poon
to a serving platter. Use carrot
bits or slices for garnish, then
i the sauce over all. Cover
with aluminum foil or wax paper
and refrigerate till serving time.
Garnish as indicated above and -
pass the horseradish or ketchup
Double or triple the listed ingre
dients for more than 4 servings.
We like to have plenty of this on
hand, just in case we have im-
promptu guests.

BOILED EGGPLANT RELISH
(Mo-Frsning)
1 pound eggplant, pared and
diced
1 tablespoon taM
Cold water as directed below
1 large green or sweet red pep-
per, diced or chopped |
-q Tntespoon mne rhnVgaf ~]
l tablespoon light brown sugar
A dash of paprika
A dash of garlic powder, op
t ion a I
Sprinkle the diced eggplant with
alt and let stand m a COOl place
tor 15 minute- Add cup COM
r. -!ir then dram well Place
he eggplant in a saucepan, add
rater to about l inch depth,
r and cook at moderate heat
only till the eggplant ia tender and
transparent I train, add prepared
rc. n pepper and the rest of hated
ingredients, mixing with a fork.
("hill before serving with meat or
fi>h di.she>. or M a spread for can-
apes
Variation: Add 1 slice of your
favorite bread diced and toasted,
to this while hot. stirring till well
combined. Good extender, too.
Mrs. Marvin Lewis, president of the Miami Alumnae chapter
of Phi Sigma Siqma sorority, presents a college scholarship
and Certificate of Award for participation in the Young Scien.
tists Laboratory Research Program to Glenn Webb, recent Edi-
son High School graduate. Watching the presentation are
Mrs. Bert Saul, chairman of the Phi Sigma Sigma scholarship
committee, and Dr. Milton S. Saslaw. director of the Youna
Scientists Laboratory Research Program.
Culinary Cues: Pep up your mix-
ed vegetable salads with a table-
spoon of salted or brined capers.
The>e are available at any food
store or delicatessen.
Sesame seed crackers, several
varieties, all bearing the circled
(U) insignia, make excellent can-1 Youth Committee for Slum Clear- "' "umm games parties werfnet
with almost any spread. Fine ance met Tuesday evening at the Iday evening at the Belmar hotel
till 'fthl Hmnlrc i.to1 h,,.!,. ,,l 1*1..,. I(..ik.. fti-_* > \!r*i .Iiclr Caktsina* Ahi#m^. *ra..
Youth Combat
Slum Conditions
apes
Summer Games Port'm
Greater Miami Auxiliary of !h
\mencan Medical Center at De*
ver will hold the second in a senei
of summer games parties Weenies.
with tall cold drinks, too!
while preparing
FISH SAUCE
2 onions, sliced (about a cupful i
2 carrots, diced fine or sliced
thin
Liquid drained from salmon
plus cold water to make 1
cupful
You're Rich
When You're Healthy!
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with
Hadassah Leader
Attends Seminar
A Miami Beach Hadassah leader
has been in\ited to attend a Na-
jtional Iiible Seminar.
Ska la Mrs Sanford Jacobson.
325 88th Mrs Jacobeon. foun-
der and immediate past president
of Emma Lazarus group of Hadas-
|sah. is presently education chair-
man of the Miami Beach chapter
of the organization
She also serves in the same ca-
pacity for the Florida region of
Hadassah
The seminar will take place Aug.
? to 31 at the Roosevelt School in
Stamford. Conn., and is under the
.iu-i)ices of Hadas.sah.
The women's Zionist organization
,is a founding member of the World
Jewish Bible Society, which will co-
sponsor the event Object of the
seminar is to make the Bible come
alive for Hadassah s general mem-
bership
Only one representative of each
region throughout the nation, about
20 women in all. will participate.
<>n their return, representatives
will be expected to conduct Bible
study seminars for chapter and
home of Miss Martha Alpert. 1345
N Venetian Way.
The recently-formed committee
is composed of some 20 teen-agers
throughout Greater Miami
The purpose of our program is
motivated by the moral need to
do something about the dreadful
conditions existing in our cit> -
slum areas." Miss Alpert. a June
graduate of Miami Beach High
School and National Merit Scholar
ship award winner, explained.
The committee was launched
here some seven months ago as a
result of t h e efforts of Mitchell
Sandweiss It will meet again next
Tuesday night at the Miami YliCA.
The interracial body of local
youth is seeking additional mem-
bers who want to combat "the mor-
al and economic wrongs existing
in Miami's sub-standard housing
sites." In charge of information
are Miss Alpert. FR 17113. and
Sandweiss. MO 63545
Mrs. Jack Levine is chairman. TV
organization supports the new
Eleanor Roosevelt Institute for
Cancer Research and Treatment
now be'ng erected at the Center,
as well as Greater Miami area pa-
'ients receiving medical attentioa
there.
Beth Emeth Card forty
Beth Emeth Sisterhood rummae;
sale began Monday and will con-
tinue until Aug. 19, 9 a.m. to S
p.m.. at 10451 NW 7th ate. Ia
charge of information is Mrs Cora
Silverstein.
*S. SANFOtO JACOSSON
group leaders, with an eye toward
national launching of a Hadassah
Bible study program in January.
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Academy Heads
Meet Monday .
First meeting of the newly-elect-
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brew Academy will be held Mon
day evening at 'he Ritz Plaza ho-
tel. B. I. Binder, president, an
nounced.
Reports will be made by Louis
Merw-tzer. chairman of transpor-
tation, and Samuel R e i n h a r d
chairman of the board of admis-
sions Rabbi Alexander S Gross
principal, will present an educa-
tional summary.
Irving Firtel. vice president
Rokeach
week it
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and will tn- Academy, will report on the re-
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Benjamin C Wheelter. Rokeach .
I president said the Kosher Divis and the value of the inventory
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for the past six years Crown will agreement has not yet Sen reach
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*Jewlstincrkttar
Page 3-B
Local Body Gives
Gift to UM Lab
Greater Miami chapter of the
National Kidney Disease Founda-
tion letflllly presented "a speWta-
photoroeter to the University of Mi-
ami Medical Research Center.
Used in renal research, the in-
strument is designed to measure
the amount of substances present
in fluids by a precise determination
of color developed as a result of a
chenvcal reaction. The amount is
related to the quanity of light ab-
sorbed cr transmitted through the
colored solution.
Members of the organization
were guests of' Dr. George Web-
ster, who showed them through the
Renal and Metabolic Laboratories.
Center Camp
Season Closes
Many colorful special events
brought to a close the annual day
tamp season at the four branches
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center
Wattr carnivals were featured
at the Miami and Miami Beach
Branches, while the Southwest
Branch conducted its annual car-
nival and auction. Camp Near, of
the North County Branch, also
completed a successful
and auction.
Some 550 boys and girls were
served at these day camps during
the past eight weeks. GMJCC is
a beneficiary agenecy of the Unit-
ed Fund and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
. $irtL
in
JH>
lami
Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital include the following:
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. James
Spector July 31.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. George
Simon July 31.
Son born to Mr. arid Mrs. War-
ren Orovitz July 30.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Horowitz July 24.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Zemel July 24.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Becker July 20.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Cohen July 19.
Twin boy and girl born to Mr. Stanley Goodman July 6.
Jack Davis July 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Shurgin July 11.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Wertheim July 8.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Lehman July 8.
Daughter born to Mr.
Martin Blumenthal July
Daughter born to Mr.
Leo Greenfield July 8.
Daughter born tp Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Golden July 7.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Abbott July 6.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs.
8.
and Mrs.
Admiring the new suits for each oi the men residents at the
Jewish Home for the Aged, presented by Joseph H. Cohen, of
New York, are (left to right) Mrs. Eva Slifka, Mrs. Sadye Res-
nick, and David Jacobs, 80, vice president of the Residents'
Assn.
Best Dressed Men Membership Campaign
A. A A +#% U/nr/lrnKo Soi,,n Dadc <'h:'P"'r "f thc Na
Ada TO ftOrareBC tional children's Cardiac Hospital
The best dressed men in town has embarked on a membership
are the residents of Douglas Gar- campaign. The new chapter meets
carnival I dens Jewish Home for the Aged the first Wednesday of each month.
I of Greater Miami. I Next scheduled meeting is Sept. 7.
Through the generosity of Joesph: In charge of information is Mrs.
H. Cohen, of New York, each of Nan Trobaugh. 10845 SW 42rd st.
the men residents at the Home is The chapter is supporting the new
now sporting a new tropical suit. National Children's Cardiac
Mrs. Eva Slifka, a friend of the
Cohen family, presented the suits
Cars Roll Off
Israel Assembly
By Special Raport
SOUTH BEND, IndThe first
Studebaker Packard Lark and
Hawk passenger cars have started
to roll off the assembly line at the
Haifa plant of Kaiser-Frazer of Is-
rael Ltd., it was announced Wed-
nesday by Charles R- Weaver, gen
eral manager of Studebaker Pick
ard Corporation Export Division.
pital facilities scheduled for erec-
tion in the Metropolitan Medical
to the Home at colorful ceremonies I Center adjacent to Jackson Memor-
in the Home's new Day Care Room. | ial Hospital.
Mrs. Sadye Resnick praised the
generosity of Cohen, and thanked
Mrs. Slifka for making the pres-
entation on behalf of the board of
the Home.
Mrs. Sarah Cossik and Mr. Dav*d
Jacobs, president and vice pres-
ident, of the Doublas Gardens Res-
! and Mrs. Martin Saxon July 18.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Tritt July 18.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
! Stanley Gaines July 18.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Levy July 16.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
; Richard Volkman July 16.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Dorek Rabinovitch July 15.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Murray July 15.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Diamond July 15.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. David
Franco July 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Kurt Wolf July 14.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ruben
Colon July 13.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Rose July 13.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Platt July 12.
Daughter horn to Mr. and Mrs.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Haber July 6.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Garber July 6.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Kessler July 5.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Solomon July 5.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Laz-
arus Wolk July 5.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Don-
ald Maier July 5.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Palant July 4.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Valfer July 2.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Steiner July 1.
The announcement follows an
other made last March in Haifa
and South Bend on a comprehen-
sive licensing agreement providing
for the assembly and progressive I
manufacture of Studebaker Lark Chai Group Meeting
and Hawk cars, as well as Stude-
baker commercial vehicles, for the
Israeli home market and for ex-
port. The Haifa facilities are the'Program
Bahama Star Will
Make Cruises
Eastern Shipping Corp., general
agent for the SS Bahama Star, has
announced two special West Indies
idents' Assn.. also gave addresses! cruises in November from Miami,
of appreciation. The SS Bahama Star, famed for her
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual twice-weekly cruises to Nassau,
leader of Young Israel of Greater will sail Nov. 21 and Nov 29 on an
Miami, was heard in the principal; eight and a 12-da>West: Indies
address of the afternoon. The Res- cruise while the SS Yarmouth
.dents' Choral Group, directed by will take over the Nassau run
Mrs Sailv Manne presented a The eight-day cruise fare starts
program of YidS and American' as low as $145, with Port Antonio,
folk songs.
Pre-School Classes Start
Kindergarten classes will start
Sept. 12 for pre-school children at
Tifereth Israel Center. 6500 N. Mi-
ami ave. An accredited teacher
from the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will be in charge.

Montego Bay and Kingston. Ja-
maica, Port-au-Prince. Haiti, and
Nassau the ports of call. The 12-
day, from $255. calls at Montego
_. Bay and Kingston. Ciudad Truiillo. j
",ei r\-m:_i-. RannKlir fif frniv and '
thai group of Hadassah met Dominican Republic. St. Croix and i
Monday at the Voyager motel.; Thomas, Virgin Islands, and
Hadas-
honored the new-
largest in the Near East and have
a production capacity of 20 vehicles
a day, Weaver said.
A Lark four-door sedan made the
pilot run over the new assembly
facilities just four months after the
signing of the licensing agreement.
All major components were sup-
plied by Studebaker-Packard from
South Bend.
San Juan. Puerto Rico.
sah Hebrew University Hospital | Every ^ on both crujses has
dedicated Aug. 3 in Kiryat Hadas- something special to offer the pas-
sah, Israel.
Beth Imelh Rummage Sale
Beth Emeth Sisterhood will hold
a card party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Lelchuk. 201'
NW 124th st.. on Saturday evening
Here are the
SHOE BARGAINS
99
Town & Country
Red Cross Cobbies
Fortunets
DELISO
DEBS
8
Sold
Nationally
9.45 to 12.95
95
Sold
Nationally
22.95
sengers. All meals are included in
the low fares, and the ship is the
passengers floating resort hotel
even in ports. With a one-class
ship, all passengers enjoy the same
service and public rooms.
The SS Bahama Star, formerly
a Trans-Atlantic liner, has been
completely redecorated and 100
percent air-conditioned. There is
deck space for sunning, a complete
entertainment program supervised
by an experienced cruise director
and staff, lounges of every descrip-
tion, and good food tastefully pre-
I pared and served.
Following the Nov. 29 cruise, the
SS Bahama Star will resume twice-
weekly service to Nassau.
Complete information may be
obtained at Eastern Shipping
Corp., Pier 3, Miami.
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! Sept. 6.
The office will be open Monday
1 through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon, for
: registration and information.
There are openings in the nur
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Friday, August 12, ,gJ
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Ym M
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ARRIAGE COUNSELOR
. by 0ihm C^. v_/1'/h^
Miami's M r Fools *\ji*xvji CoLsstLoa and A
Plutarch Inmi from h-
w.fe who was blamed by fnenJ* for the separi
' Wa> -he not beautif asked no'
chaste"' The Roman, bo for all
to see asked if it were so: handsome a ade
Ye:.' he a pinches me
That there is a full-blown revol: asain-* mar
seems rather pa.nful.> vbviou* The evidence, in
fact, is a- over t :: ftepr
For one thing more and more husbands and
w:ve>. di-sa'.i>fie rely taking to extra-marital adventuring.
Ten >ear> ago. according to Dr K.rw-y and h -
UN
rried men philandered
or committed adultery C- ">e any doubt that
Dr art much
I Cher today"
Second. the le2al ground* f >r divorce, to make
<-cape from mamage ea>ier. are also incre:-
year by year Fifty years ago. adultery wai almos*
the ole ground for an absolute divorce Today the
unhappy husband or w.fe has a choice of some
twenty grounds from which to choose in order to
beat a hasty exit
Divorce Rat* Rising
Third, the residence requirements before filing
a divorce bill h3ve steadily been made easier In
Alabama, for example, the residential requirements
are practically nl which accounts for that states
unprecedented popularity as a divorce mill. Arkan-
sas, which requires three months. Idaho and Ne-
vada, which require six weeks, and Wyoming, which
requires sixty days, are all indications of a trend
in which every effort is made to accomodate couple-
who want to escape the'r marital bond- as quicks-
and a> painlessly as possible.
Fourth, not only i- the divorce rate increasing
decade after decade, but the rate of desertion
the so-called poor man's divorce is increasing as
well
Less than a hundred years ago. in 1887 to be
exact, there were only 10.000 divorce- and annul-
ments in the entire United States.
By 1948 the number had jumped to 421.000 Sig
nificantly. while population for that period increased
about 300 per cent, divorces increa-ed 4.000 per
cent
Today there are 2.000.000 husband- and wi\.-.
who take "scotch' leave of their families without
even the formality of a divorce, almost a- -pectacu-
lar an iiM the n-e in divorce it-elf
I have already mentioned that one fourth of all
fir-t marriage- termnate in divorce, that half of
all second marriages wind up as legal failures, and
that three fourths of all third marriages end irfUl
the legal tie unknotted.
Nor. I again repeat, are all tho-e marr:.i-
which couples remain legally wed during their life-
time- models of wedded happiness As 1 have al-
ready hinted, many couples remain unhappily mar
ried becau-e of children, religion, finances, pride,
inertia, and a host of other reasons too numerous to
mention.
Marriage Age Drops
The grim probabilities are in fact, that no more
than twenty five per cent of all wedded couples are
happy in any positive sense The re-t drag out a
drab, meaningless existence, going through the
forms of marriage without tasting any of its real
substance
When I lay there il a -moldering revolt again-t
marriage I am by no means suggesting that people
are iess prone to enter into holy wedlock They are
not Hope always spring- eternal. The husband who
ha- failed in one or a half a dozen marriage- i-
always willing to try his luck again And so is the
thrice divorced wife.
The truth is that we are probably the most mar-
ried people in the world, just as we are the mo-t
divorced More than two thirds of all Americans
fourteen year- of age and over are married Slight-
ly more than one-fifth are single, nearly one tenth
are widowed, and about one fiftieth are divorced Of
thoM- over thirty, only eight percent were single
in 1955
Actually, not only are more and more people
getting married, but they are doing so at progres-
sively lower ages. In 1956. for example, there were
12.000 married boys and 284.000 married girls un-
der 18 Moreover, by age 18 some twelve or fifteen
thousand additional adolescents had become either
widowed or divorced
If marriage today is a colossal failure in the
-e that it is no longer a lfetime relation-hip be
tween a man and a woman then a portion of the
blame, at lea-t. must be laid to marriage it-elf
For the truth i> monogamy seems to be incom-
patible with love.
Temporary Insanity
e. indeed, is the disease of which marriage
i- the convalescence. Love, at least the romantic
variety. ;- almost by it- very nature temporary, fleet-
ing and emphemeral. Monogamy, by definition. i
;ag. durable and permanent. The two clash at
almost every point
Love is free and spontaneous, an outpouring of
affection and emotion Marriage is restricting and
c -nfinm^ intended to stabilize that which cannot
' abilized.
Low is primarily based on the erotic drive, con-
r.g largely of sex plus imagination Marriage in-
voh >me duties and responsibilities chore-
that often remove the glamor and gaietv from wed-
lock
Love -eek- and embraces variety, even in-i-t-
on it occasionally, while marriage insists equally on
sobriety and fidelity
Love is a form of temporary insanity, in wh^ch
the lover grossly exaggerates the differences be
tween two women. Marriage by its very nature is a
levering process, in which both husband and wife
are reduced to the lowest common denominator.
Love soars and has wings. Marriage is earth
bound and practical.
Love is idealization, endowing the beloved with
all sorts of impossible and non-existent virtues Mar-
riage is realization, where the husband and wife at
last see each other as they really are.
Love is aristocratic and lordly. Marriage is dem-
ocratic and equalitarian.
Love is conquest. Marriage is a grim and never-
ending battle of the sexes in which each side achieves
a PyrrMc victory
Love is stormy and tempestuous. Marriage is
dull and pedestrian.
Extraordinary Irrelevance
Love is an art perhaps the most sensitive and
poetic of all arts. Marriage is habit and dull routine.
Love is the triumph of fiction over fact, fantasy
over realitv Marriage is the triumph of experience
over hope.
Love is a form of dependence, of the inferior
on the -uperior Marriage reduces the superior to
the level of the inferior.
Love frees the ego. Marriage succeeds in merely
crushing and overwhelming it.
Low i- ay. charming and insouciant. Marriage
is grim, solemn and forbidding.
Love, finalh. is an adventure. Marriage is, alas,
too often a misadventure.
IVrhap- no one has better summarized the basic
incompatibility between love and marriage than
lieorge Bernard Shaw in "Man and Superman" when
he ha- hi- Don Juan say: "The lady would say that
-he would countenance my advances, provided they
were honorable. On inquiring what this proviso
meant. I found that it meant that I proposed to get
posses-ion of her property if she had any. or to un
dertake her support for life if she had not; that
I desired her continued companionship, counsel and
conversation to the end of my days, and would bind
myself under penalties to be always enraptured by
them; and above all. that I would turn my back on
all other women forever for her sake I did not ob-
ject to these conditions because they were exorbitant
and inhuman; it was their extraordinary irrelevance
that prostrated me
Cuts* of Clandestinity
"I invariably replied with perfect frankness that
I had never dreamed of any of these things that un-
less the lady's character and intellect were equal
or -uperior to my own. her conversation must de-
grade and her counsel mislead me; that her constant
companionship nvght. for all I knew, become in-
tolerably tedious to me. that I could not answer for
my feelings for a week in advance, much less to
the end of my life; that to cut me off from all natural
and unconstrained relations with the rest of my
fellow creatures would narrow and warp me if I
submitted to it. and. if not, would bring me under
the curse of clandestinity; that, finally, my proposals
to her were wholly unconnected with any of these
matters and were the outcome of a perfectly simple
impulse of my manhood toward her womanhood."
Mr. fliaf is available for privet* Mrrtoft to
of fft* Naatfeftoa MtaW Wrf... \m mimml
Braille watches for the blind Mrs. Harry Cahane, preti.
dent of the Women's League for Israel, shows David Z. Riv-
lin. Israel Consul in New York, a shipment of Braille watches
she is bringing to Israel, where the women's service group
maintains five homes for young people in key cities. A cere-
mony will be held Aug. 17 to dedicate the new addition to
the League's Training Center for the Blind, and to mark the
10th anniversary of the Center's establishment in Nathanya,
Israel. t
Youthful
To Preach Here
A recent rabbinical school grad-
uate, who received his ordination:
with highest honors, will speak
from the pulpit of Agudath Israel!
Hebrew Institute on Saturday
morning.
He is Rabbi Arthur Lloyd Fine.
The young Orthodox sp'ritual lead
i er is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Fine, members of Agudath Lsrael.'
where he will discuss "The Com-'
munion of Israel" when he is intro-
duced by the congregation's Rabbi
Isaac Ever.
Rabbi Fine graduated from the
Hebrew Theological College at.
Skokie. Ill He is already engaged
as rabbi for High Holy Day serv-
ice- at a congregation in Milwau-
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The Officers and Members of
YOUNG ISRAEL Of
GREATER MIAMI
pay respectful tribute to their
departed Charter Member,
SAMUEL LERNER,
father of
Young Israel Members
BEN and HARRY LERNER
MAY HIS MEMORY BE A BLESSING
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Avengers Thought They 'Got' Adolf
By Special Report
NKW YORK-Shortly after the
collapse of Nazi Germany, an ille
gal band of "avengers" mistaken
ly killed a Nazi hiding out in Aus-
tria who they thought was Adolf
Eichmann. it was revealrd Monday
in Look Magazine
According to Israeli journalists
Cwy Aldouby and Ephraim Katz.
this "bizarre error" took place be
cause Eichmann had systematic-
ally destroyed all photographs of
himself. Consequently, when hia
wife was seen visiting an isolated
cabin near a small Austrian vil-
lage, it was thought that the man
occupying the cabin was Eich-
mann.
The Look article alt* reveal*
that th official March for Eich-
mann was abandoned by tha It
raali Govern man! from 1*50 un-
til 1959. This followed a fait*
sister, alleging that her brother-
in- law had been killed by Czoch
partisan* at tha and of World
War II.
What finally brought about re-
newed interest in the pursuit was
the determined efforts of a volun-
teer agent named Tuvia Fried-
mann
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will be away ten days.
-
"Champagne for Free" inform-
.il diruier at WestvTrw HHfnTft-
Club on Saturday night Golf-
ing on the blazing hot green dur-
ing the past few days: Gladys
(Mrs. Sol) Cohen. Marcie (Mrs.
Aaron) Kanner, Sara (Mrs. lister)
n. Betty (Mrs. Leopold)
Srhwartz. Bertha (Mrs. David)
Phillips. Libby (Mrs. Sam) Rost.
Sylvia (Mrs. Sidney) l.efcourt .
Rabbi and Mrs. Pizer \V Ja-
cobs celebrated th"ir 53rd wed-
ding anniversary on Aug. 8 .
Alter 56 years of active service
ns a spiritual leader. Rabbi Ja-
c obs retired in 1056 to Miami
Beach He came to Jackson-
ville as Florida's first Reform
tabU i It was a wow of a party in
lu,nor of Nat Williams' 55th birth-
day Nat didn't mind telling
how old he is because he's really
found the Fountain of V'outh .
Nat. in beachcomber pants, and
Suki. in a print sarong, greeted
guest* Saturday night and wel-
comed them with colorful leis to
.(. tropical Hawaiian Luau .
Japanese lanterns and burlap
tablecloths with tropical flowers
transformed the pool area of their
heme into a magic Pacific isle
setting. ..
Oscar Zeltzer. who has been
spending some time in Chevy
Chase. Md.. is now off to W. Los
Angeles, Calif.

Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Maknvsky
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Makov-
sky off to St. Louis for the wed-
ding of their niece It'll be
some added vacation time for the
Makovsky clan before they return
home ..
Lawrence and Celia l.ipkin back
in town They drove to Tex-
T- Hew< -*leiri*o- ily, -and
^"itched back to automobile for
Detroit. Cleveland. New York.
and Washington ... In all, 7.500
miles of travel .
The Samuel G. cYnur Mar-
riage Counselor") Klings getting
an education as they entertain
young David Feldman. of Balti-
more, with glassbottom boat rides,
and visits to the Indian Village*
and Wax Museum ...
Wre. Pauline Grundwerg. of
4561 Prairie ave., being congrat-
ulated by friends on the arrival of
her first grandchild named after
her husband, the late Samuel M.
Grundwerg Parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Saul (Soundra) Grund-
werg. of Yonkers. NY. .
The Emanuel Rothbarts drove
to Orlando and back down the
Fast Coast Now they're on
the way back up this time to
New York.
>
Ben Pokotilow. of 1348 Drexel
ave., is visiting his family in
New Jersey ...
It's a Chester, Pa., rest from
her work for Miss Shirley Barnes,
where she's visiting her brother
and his family, the Lou Dalletts.
as well as her sister, Pearly
Brown ...
Mexico was the stomping
ground of vacation-minded Ethel
Ehrlich, of the Temple Judea ad-
ministrative staff, and her son.
Jeffrey ...
The trek to Indies House at'
Duck Key ... Mr. and Mrs. B I.
Binder there for lunch Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Leader Mid baby
. Bennett Lifter striding
through the lobby with a feather
in his hat ... Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur MaYks "with'' Bobby jmfl,
Michael Harold Zeeman and
his Bess with daughter Peggy Jill ]
on their way back from a week-
end in Key West .
Jerome and Jean Rado learn-
ing to be grandparents Terri
Lynn, with the tiny smidge of
hair, brand new dauyhter of Mr. |
and Mrs. Elton Kerness, is the
Official teacher .. .
Not to be outdone Twins.
Keith Allen, weighing 7 lbs. 8 ozH
and Karen Sue. 6 lbs. 3 oz.. born
to Mr. and Mrs. Hany (Gladys)
Cutler, of 18120 NW 16th ave on
July 17 at Jackson Memorial I
Maternal grandmother is Hra
Celia Morris, of S. Miami Pa-)
ternal grandparents are the Jos-1
eph Cutlers, of Miami The
new arrival joins Kenneth, 6, and
Candy, 5.

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Ketzky
sailed Friday for a Caribbean
trip They're due back in Octo-
ber to their new apartment in
Blalr House Madeline is co-!
ordinator of the Mt. Sinai Gift
Shop...
Somehow, everything they
wanted to do this year didn't pan
out So Dr. Philip Stark took '
his Elaine and their Ronald and
Johnny And off they went to'
Nassau for a week to get into trim
for a longer vacation next year.
Michael Rennie and Jill St. John discuss their expedition to
"The Lost World," Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story of a world
today that lives exactly as it did at the dawn of time. Claude
Rains and Fernando Lamas are also featured in this action
drama in color, opening Wednesday at the Miami and Mir-
acle Theatres.
Nursing School Opens Rolls Here
Applicants for admissnn to the
I September class of Mt. Sinai Hos-
\ pital's School of Pract'cal Nursing
may qualify through examination
and interviews to be held Satur-
day, according to an announcement
by J. Gerald Lewis, president of
the board of trustees.
Both men and women between
the ages of 17 and 60 are eligible
for admission to the 12 month
course, 18th since the school was
established in 1951, and should ap-
pear at the hospital's nursing of-
fice prior to 8:30 a. m Saturday,
for processing of applications.
A class of between 60 and 75
students will convene Sept. 7.
Satisfactory completion entitles
graduates to sit for licensing ex-
aminations given by the Florida
State Board of Nursing.
Building to be Completed
The new synagogue and school
birlding of Congregation Monticel-
lo Park will be ready for occupan-
icy after Labor Day, congregation
'officials announced Wednesday.
The building will have a total ca-
pacity of 1.550 worshippers for the
High Holy Days.
Major Expansion Move
For the second time in six months.
Bishopric, Green and Fielded, one
of the largest Florida-owned ad-
vertising agencies, has announced
a major expansion move, this one
designed to make its operation in-
j ternational in scope. Karl Bishop-
ric, president, this week said that
the Jamaica agency of Gerry Dun-
lop and Associates, Ltd., has been
merged into the organization here
, through purchase of a substantial
stock interest. The new acquisition
affords the Miami agency a key
Caribbean location.
In addition to the age qualifica-
tions, applicants must pass physi-
cal and mental examinat-ons, be
of good character, be a citizen, or
declare an intention to become a ]
citizen of the United States, and
'offer evidence of satisfactory com-!
pletion of two years of high school j
or of a two-year high school equiv-
alency test.
The school, under the director
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<~fn the fKealm of <^ocietu
Wolf, Gans Wed;
Couple Will Live
In Springfield
v -- Harriet Elsie Gans ;> now
Mr* Donald Fruce Wolf The
< r!e exchanged 6:30 p.m. vows
a: the Diplomat hotel on Sunday
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
ciating
The bnde is the daughter of Mr
ad Mrs Sydney Gans. 6475 Pine
Tree Dnve Circle. Miami Beach
T\e groom b Ike MM of Mr and
Mrs Leonard Wolf. Springfield.
M:
Matron of honor ua- Mr> Rich-
ard Wolf, of Springfield, sister in-
I; m of the groom Mi>$ Joan Hyde.
cf Newton. Mass was maid of
honor. Mi.-s Helene Degutz was in
charge of the guest book.
Best man for his brother was
R;chard Wolf Ushers included
Charles Edward Gans. brother of
the bride, and David Katz. of
Springfield.
The bride selected a traditional
wedding gewn of ivory peau de sofc
reembroidered with alencon lace,
scooped neckline, cap sleeves and
fitted bodice. The bouffant skirt
extended into a chapel train Her
French illusion veil fell from a
htadpiece of alencon lace. She
carried orchids, lilies of the \ alley
and stephar.otis on her confirma
tion Bible
For something borrowed, the
bride carried a white lace heirloom
handkerchief belonging to Mrs
Arthur Degutz. Mr and Mr-
Maurice Gans. paternal uncle and
aunt ol the bride, gave her u lis
(, DCS,
The bnde i< a graduate of Miami
Bei b gn School, when ihc wai
pftsident of Anchor Club, member
MKS. DONAID WOLf
of National Forensic League, prcs
ident of Jays. B'nai B'ri'h Girls.
She received a Bachelors degree
in education from Boston Uhiver-
sity, where she was affiliated with
Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority
She will teach in the Springfield
public schools.
Mr Wolf graduated from the I'm
versity of Vermont, where he be-
longed to Tau Epsilon F'i 'i
served with the l.S. Air Force in
Korea, and is present!) associated
with the Cricket and Leonard Shops
of Springfield
Reception and formal dinner fol-
lowed at the Diplomat. Aft. i
island-hopping honexmoon in
Caribbean, the couple wilJ live in
Springfield.
Double Ring Rites
For Kleinman,
Col. Waldman
A noon ueJding on Sunday. Aug.
7. united in marriage Mi-- Janet
- Kleinman and Sheldon
Waldman
The bride's paren's are Mr and
Mr- Samuel Kleinman. 7325 B>
ron ave The poOB is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Abraham Waldman.
6265 28th st
Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated
in the Argyle room of the Balmoral
hotel Miss Eleanor Waldman w.i-
-t. accompanied by the Gus
Rubin Trio
Best man was Lt Col Herbert
Waldman. brother of the groom.
Gerald Kleinman. brother of the
bride, and Alan Bomstein ushered
Larry Edelman. cousin of the
ifroom. was ringbearer.
Artaora j jj,e double nng ceremony took
place under a floral canopy, and
floral arches of white and shellpink
.ladiolas. chrysanthemums and as-
ters formed the aisle.
Given in marriage by her par-
< nta, the bride chose a rose point
lace gown The fitted waist fea-
tured a hand-clipped scalloped
neckline over a peau de soie
iweetheail neck. The very full peau
Werner-Knn
mts jami otncrtiDU
Dingfelders Off
To Jamaica
Stephanie Ruth Btckermu,
came Mrs. James M. Dintft
in 5:30 p.m. ctrrrr.oniet
day, Aug. 7. at the 8evUe hot
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard offt
ated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Isaac Berkerman 454.;
Royal Palm ave. The groom is jk!
son of Mrs. Sylvia Diagfelder 5RM
SW 63rd ct and the late Mr nT
ert S Dingfelder.
Maid of honor trta Mi-. Merle
Yanklewiti. of Laurelton. L I Leoo.
ard Caplin acted as best man for
his brother-in-law. Ushers included
Neil Bcckerman and Marc Dint
felder.
The bride chose an all beaded
white lace gown w*th tra;n Her
bouquet was of white rosei and
white orchids.
Newlywed Mrs. Dingfelder at
tended Miami Beach High School
and the University of Miami TV
groom is a senicr at the I d! m,
and associated with a local insur-
ance agency.
Dinner followed the ceremony at
the Seville hotel. After a Jamaica
honeymoon, the ccuple wll be at
home at 2190 SW 14th ter. Miami
Davis, Zemmel Exchange Vows
the waist by a large flat bow in Temple
' .i( k Her fingertip veil of import- 7.
cd French illusion was held in Tht, hrl(ic J, lhe daughter of Mr
e by an orange blossom head and Mrs Hy fnmm] 1620 Penn
' lylvania ave The groom is the son
She carried a lace-covered brid-of Mr and Mrs. Earl Davis, 4771
al Bible centered with double white SW 6th st.
hsbrid orchid and showered with1 ,, .
lilj of the-vallej VIMa,^of1ho"or for,h7 s,s,er *as
Miss Sheila /cmmel. Larry- Davis
K-telle Lee Zemmel and Dr. Nassau honeymoon. On their re-
Gerald Davis exchanged wedding turn, they will live at 135 MV 56th
vows before Rabbi Irving Lehr- '
man in 4 30 p.m. ceremonies at
Emanu El on Sunday, Aug.
st., Miami
Couple Will Live in Miami
M.-- Carol Geldstaad and Hoc
t( 0 GoldenUank were married on
Sunday. Aug. 7. at the home of the
bride'i aunl ar.d uncle, Mr and
Mrs. Ralph Whitehouse, 15131 NE
9:h avi No Miami Beach
Rabbi Benno Wallach, of Tern-
p.t Sinai, officiated
The former Miss Gold-and. pre
vi. Italy (f I'eekskill. NY is a
raduate of Buffalo State Teacher*
Miami Senior High School and the
University of Florida, with a da-
ta pharmacy, and is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity
He .- the -on of Mr and Mrs.
Sam (ioldenblank. of 1111 SW 20th
BVa Miami
Following a honeymoon in Cal-
ifornia, they will reside in Miami
Matron of honor was Mrs. Rich-
ard Hoeh. of Ft. Laurierdale
The ceremony was followed by
a reception and wedding dinner in
the Heather room of the Balmoral
hotel Table decorations were of
College, she is a teacher at Grey Wight Club Party Slated
1 Park Elementary School.
Mr. Goldenblank is a graduate of
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The bride 's a cum laude gradu-
ate of the University of Miami,
where she was a member of Kap-
pa Delta Pi, education honorary:
Nu Kappa Tau. highest women's
honorary. Phi Kappa Phi, scholas-
tic honorary; and listed in "Who's
Who in American Colleges and I'n
iversitus She is a teacher in the
Dade county schools.
Dr Davs is a graduate of the
University of Florida, where he be-
longed to Pi Mu. pre-medical hon-
orary. He received his degree from
the Temple I niversity school of
chiropody. At Temple, he was af-
filiated with Phi Alpha Pi. chiro
podical fraternity. Honorary Ana-
tomical Society. Honorary Phys'cal
Medicine Society, and Honorary
Surgical Society He tarred in the
Armed Forces for two years
Following a reception at Michel's
restaurant, the couple left for a
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The bride majored in elementary ,
; education at Hunter College, and'
teaches at SabaJ Palm Elementary
School. She is a member of Phi
Sigma Phi sorority.
j The groom graduated first in his
class from pharmaceutical school
at lhe University of Florida. He
is a chancellor of Rho Phi pharm-1
aceulical fraternity, and on the
staff of Grand Union Pharmacy.
Upon completion of a wedding
I trip to the Virgin Islands and San
Juan. Puerto Rico, the newlyweds
will reside at 540 NW 66th ave
West Hollywood. Fla.
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EDITH APPLEBAVM IS ON VACATION
acher, Lawyer In Wedding Vows
Ir. and Mrs. Robert J. Lewison He is a partner in the law firm of
on a two-week honeymoon in'LeWjson and FrCed.
j rlo Rico and the Virgin Islands
Sowing their wedding on Sun-; Reception followed the ceremony
Aug. 7, at the Dupont Plaza! at the Dupont Plaza.
I I. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz of-
jared at the 3 p.m. ceremony.
1 i- bride is the former Rita
r-chner, daughter of Mr and
A. Tom Kirschner. 2550 SW
In ave. The groom's parents are
and Mrs. Max Lewison, 5518
5th ter.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Carol Sue Kirschner. Matron
| honor was Mrs. Mary Jane Mel-
i Bridesmaids included Louise
- Arlene Wolf, Phyliss Zuck-
an. and Mrs. Larry Karlton.
flew in from Sacramento,
f. for the wedding.
I; nford Freed, law partner of
.room, was his best man. Ush-
.ncluded Morton Palmer. AJ
\ n. Robert Bookbinder, Al Sing-
.md Al Rubenstein.
he bride has a BA degree from
University of Miami, where
belonged to Phi Sigma Sigma
i rity and was sweetheart of Tau
Hta Phi fraternity. She will teach
fhth grade English at Kinloch
|irk Junior High School beginning
fall.
lie groom is a University of Mi-
i law school .graduate. At the
i M, he was a member of Phi
;ma Delta fraternity. He is a past
isident of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
Inth and the Miami Stamp Club.
mm nruis katz
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MISS JUDY UNHOKN
Katz, Rosenberg Betrothal Told


Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz,
of 1321 14th ter, Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Phyliss Deborah, to Rab-
bi Judah J. Rosenberg, of Israel
and New York.
The groom to-be is the son of
Judy Einhorn
To Wed Doctor
Formal announcement of the be-
trothal of their daughter, Judy, to
Dr. Burton Feinerman. of Miami
Beach, will be made by Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Einhorn at a recep-
tion in their home. 5931 Pine Tree
dr., on Sunday evening.
Dr. Feinerman moved to Miami
Beach after serving with the Army
Medical Corps in Germany. He is
a graduate of New York University
and New York Medical College.
Miss Einhorn attended William
and Mary College and the Univer-
sity of Miami, and is a member of
Delta Phi Epsilon.
They will be married sometime
in November.
Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Ros-
enberg. The elder Rabbi Rosen-
berg is Deputy Minister of the In-
terior in the Israel Cabinet.
The betrothed couple were hon-
ored at an open house function
Saturday evening in the home of
the bride-elect.
Miss Katz, a graduate of the He-
brew Academy and Miami Beach
High School, where she was active
in a number of service clubs, is now
a senior at Stern College for Wom-
en of Yeshiva University in New
York.
At Stern College, she is editor
of the Year Book and secretary of
the Student Council.
Rabbi Rosenberg was the young-
est rabbinical student to be or-
dained in the United States at Ye-
shiva University, and presently oc-
cupies a pulpit in Plainfield, N.J.
He received his Bachelor's degree
miss roir IHMANN
at Yeshiva, and has completed
course work for a Master's degree
in pschology at Columbia Univer-
sity. He has just entered New York
University to study law.
bride-elect.
The Saturday open house also
celebrated the birthdays of the
groom-to-be and the father of the
The couple are planning to be
married in the fall.
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The engagement of their daugh-
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bermann, 730
SW 26th rd.
The groom-to-be is Arnold Ros-1
enthal. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Rosenthal, of Washington, DC.
The" bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School, and
currenty attends the Florida
School of Medical Technology.
She will be house guest of her fu-
ture in-laws for the next three
weeks, where many social affairs
.are planned to honor the engagedi
I couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Bermann will visit
| their daughter in Washington dur-|
ing this time.
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Air Force.
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Cynthia May Rachevsky and
Stanton Jay Stein exchanged vows
Saturday evening at Beth El Syna-
gogue.
Daughter of Mrs. Jeanette Rach-
evsky. 1523 SW 3rd st., and the
late Charles Rachevsky. the bride
is a graduate of Miami High School.
Mr. Stein, son of Jack S. Stein,
5320 SW 4th st.. and the late Mrs.
Stein, was graduated from Tech-
nical High School.
After a Chicago honeymoon, the
couple will live in Miami.
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Friday, fi
I
Beth David Men
Elect Bert Sher
Btrt Sher, long-time active mem-
ber of Beth David Congregation,
baa bet elected ] resident of the
congregation's Men's ciub.
Also elected ;it :i recent meeting
were Manuel Lutfel, flrkf vice pres-
ident; Dr. Monis Kleiman, Mcond
vice president; Irving Rosen.
treasurer; and Bernard Segal, sec-
retary.
Two-year board members are
David Alterman. Sheldon Kay.
Harold Berne; Ifoe Atk'ns, Sam
Badam Michael Covin, Judge
Milton Friedman. Max Jacobson,
Max Handshu, Leonard Wolf, Man
rice Hyman. Archie Mendel-on,
Sam Ostrowsky, Bob Puriach, Hen-
ry Rosengarten, Frank- Rose, (ins
6 i nd Artie Kravitz.
Currentlj -serving board mem
l i Edw ard Avedon, Her-
man Bonn. Kanter, \r
ti r Rosinek, Stanley Tinter, Bam
Waxman, and William Weiner.
In acceptinf presidency of Beth
David Ment Club, Sher announced
that "togetherness" will be stress-
ed as theme of the organization.
Program chairman of the club last
year. Sher said that this \ear's ac-
tivities will continue in the areas
of religion, culture, social, Blood
Bank, community service, and
bowling.
ugust 12, n
Legion Sessions
For Chaplains
Special work-hop- will be eon
ducted tor all American Legion
Post chaplain- at the national con
vention scheduled to be held in Mi-
ami Beach in mid (H-lubvr.^U-u . announced Wednesday by Rabbi
Robert I Kahn. national chaplain
"At the same time.*' Rabbi Kahn
said, "all department or state chap-
lains will meet for a round table
discfission." Purpose of the-e meet-
ings is to orient chaplains with re-
gard to their respective duties
"Every American Legion chap
lain can benefit from these survey-
qi obligations and potentialities oi
the office." the national chaplain
from Temple Fmanu-Kl. Houston.
Tex stated.
The two sessions will follow the
chaplains' breakfast which will be
held Monday Ocl 17. in the l.afay
otto room of the Fontaincbleau
hotel.
Pearly Gait
........ by Hal Pearl
HAI. PEAHL IS ON VACATION THIS WEEK
'***W
B-G Urges Labor Zionists Do More
M*T SHIR
Wacks Joins N.Y. Firm
lets Be
Realistic.
Thera'l no uch thing at top quality
food terved (heap No amount of
garnishing, flavoring and tendarixing as
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make an inferior product last* like fml
top quality W at Candlelight Inn
ft-it purchase the belt meats procurable
then our chefs prepare them to please
the tatte of the most ec;ting gourmet
Candlelight Inn hat long been the
gathering place for sportsmen, artists,
piofessional people and theatrical
g-o.ps who enioy such specialties as
Aged Steaks, Prime Rib of Beef, and
many other delightful entries
Eicellent service, king sue drinks, and
realistic prices guarantee for you. dollar
Tor dollar, the best in d*ning pleasure
Open daily for lunch and serving din-
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find Candlelight Inn. under manage-
ment of Henry leitton combines infor-
mality with relaxation In the eyes of
tourists and Florid ans alike, a dining
establishment second to none Candle-
light Inn is located one block North of
the Grove Playhouse Theatre
Maurm .1 (Mike) Wacks, of 831
NE 163rd at., No. Miami Beach,
has joined Mutual of New York's
Miami agency as a field undcrwrit-
announced. Wacks. 37, was born
and railed in New York City.
where he attended New York Un-
iversity Ht came to Florida in
1990, and has been operating his
own -pnnkhng system firtn in No.
Miami Beach for the pa-t five
years Hi 1 member <>i the City
Council of No. Miami Beach and
h.i- served as chairman for the
the planning and
tteea He is also a
charter member of the No Miami
"I the Knights of Py
: bias
HreS
Academy Expects
Peak Registration
The Greater Miami Hebrew
I Academy anticipates a total en
rollment of more than 330 students
for the coming school year. B I.
Binder, president, announced Mon
day.
This figure is based on the rate
of applications being received daily
by the Board of Admissions. Sam-
uel Reinhard. vice president of the
Academy, is board chairman.
Th* Academy maintains, a com-
1 plete nursery, kindergarten, ele-
mentary and junior high depart
rnant in the main building. The
Loui$ Merwitier High School will
be started this yaar with a 10th
grade.'
The North Dade Branch for the
first grade will again be held at
the Young Israel bids;.. 990 NE
l~lsl st.. No. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, said that the registration
peak of 330 students will be reach
Bd before the opening of school on I
Sept. 6.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Prime
Minister David Ben -Cm ion retreat-
ed slightly, at a meeting with a
group of American Labor Zionist
leaders, from his frequently stated
contention that there was no long-
er an) distinction between Zionists
and non Zionist-.
One of his guests asked him
whether, in view of hi- stand on
the issue, it would not be advi-
able |o give up the Labor Zionist
movement and for the visitors to
slop being Labor Zionists. The
Prime Minister re-ponded: "Mo!
Just do more.'' He appeared de-
lighted that so many young per-
sons were at the helm of the U.S.
Labor Zionist movement. The in-
formal session took place at Mr.
Ben-Curion's office at the Defense
Ministry.
Previously, the group met with
Former Prime Minister Moshe
Sharett to discuss Americans in
Israel. Mr. Sharett told the visi-
tors that he had initiated the in-
troduction of legislation to amend
Israel civil service regulation it. I
end a requirement of le-Jl
oaths for government potilirJ
which would be retained onlyfZ
certain vital posts.
Since Israel -pecial.
I of country with -,., cial kinds,
proPlems. there | 1()
force such rule- that could
harm." Mr. Sharett said
place needless obstacle, in th.
path of integration^ He ad
that many such probli
find their solution eventually.
This was understood to be a ,
erence to a rule which requti,
civil servants to sign a loyal
oath. Such an act is contrary to I
United States Constitution ,
many Americans are. therefor
barred from taking governn
positions, except on special ,,
tracts. Murray Weingarten. of Kit
butz Gesher Raziv. a former Amer
ican. told the session that Amer,
can settlers have found, | 25 sei
tlements in Israel.
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fouth Convene For Discussions
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IffPARLIGirr, Pa.Some 100 top |
I :, lers of the B'nai B'rith
luth TdanizatiOB convene here
V Z,e, !,> learn how to capitalize
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Lu community.
[The carefully selected partici
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heph Zadifc Aleph. for boys, and!
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IThe participant* represent the
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sh tradition in today's atomic
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parts of the world, and their re-
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Also included will be sessions on
public speaking, group leadership
techniques, parliamentary proce-
dural and other skills required for
leadership.
Conference speakers will include
Philip Bernstein, of New York,
executive direclor of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
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director of the Law Department of
BB Anti Defamation league: Dr.
Solomon Grayzel, Philadelphia, ed-
itor of the Jewish Publication So-
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executive director of the National
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Fiedler Returns
To Pops Podium
Arthur Fiedler, now in his 20th
year as conductor of the Boston
Pops, will make his sixth consec
ntive appearance with the Univer-
sity of Miami Summer Symphony
this Sunday evening at the a'reon-
ditioned Miami Beach Auditorium.
Fiedler, who has appeared here
annually since 1955, was named
the most favorite Pops conductor
by Miami Beach concert-goers in
a survey conducted by the UM
symphony office last summer. He
will come to Miami direct from
Tanglewood. where he conducted
Aug. 11 at the Berkshire Mus-c
Festival. Following his perform-
ance here he goes to California to
complete his summer series with
the San Francisco Symphony Or-
chestra. >
Fiedler has selected Oxan
Marsh, yowng American pianist
who has toured with tha Boston
Pops Orchestra, as soloist.
j Marsh, who mada his first ap-
paaranca hara last sommar un-
der Fiedler, will perform Kaba-
levsky's Second Piano Concerto,
to be hoard for tha first time in
Miami.
Fiedler, who walks with the
briskness of a Kipling colonel,
will open the program with Chop-
in's "Polonaise Militarie." Leroy
Anderson's "Irish Suite" and Max
Steiner's theme from "A Summer
Place," a mot'on picture, will also
be heard. An arrangement by
Richard Hayman, "Dancing
Through the Years." depicting the
changes in American dance steps
from the Charleston to the Cha
Cha Cha. is another musical treat
in store for Pop concert-goers on
this program.
Fiedler, a native of Boston,
was accepted as a violinist with
tha Boston Symphony under
Karl Mock at ago 19, and later
played under Rabaud, Montaux
and Koussevitsky. In 1930, Fied-
ler succeeded Alferd Casalla as
conductor of tha Boston Pops
and presented popular hits in full
symphonic arrangement.
Ozan Marsh is a Californian de-
scended from William the Con-
queror and the Anglo-Norman fam-
ily of Ozanne. He studied in Eu-
rope and graduated magna cum
laude from the Fontainebleau
School of Music in Paris.
He has toured extensively in Bel-
gium, France, Poland, Austria and
Germany as a guest soloist. In
addition, he has appeared with the:
Vienna and Warsaw Philharmon
ics in Europe and the New York
Philharmonic and San Francisco
Symphony in this country.
Youth Auditions
Scheduled Here
Robert Strassburg this week an-
nounced auditions for membership
in the All Miami Youth Symphony,
of which he is conductor. Auditions
will be held at Strassburg's home,
526 Perugia ave., Coral Gables, on
Monday. Aug. 22.
Membership is on the basis of
j ability, and there is no tuition fee.
Strassburg said. During the past
| season, the All-Miami Symphony
I presented six concerts and two
television broadcasts.
Auditions will last 15 .minutes,
and are designed to test solo abil-
ity, tone, intonation, bowing or ar-
ticulation, and sight reading.
Six-Day Visit ,
JERUSALEM Seven hundred]
and thirty members of -**Cercle
Richileu," French Catholic youth
organization, were due in Israel
Wednesday for a six-day visit, tour-
ist officials announced here Tues-
day. The group, it was said, will
be the largest single Christian
uroup ever to visit Israel at one
time.
Members of the Catholic clergy
in Israel have helped organize the
tour by the French Catholic youth.
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JERUSLAEM Sources close to
the Republic of Cyprus, which is
slated to become independent from
British rule this month, stated here
Tuesday that the new government
will not discriminate against any-
country in the Middle East, in re-
gard to diplomatic relations. Mem
bers of the Arab League have been
urging Cyprus not to have diplo-
matic relations wiih Israel.
According to the Cypnot sources
1 here, the new government will
open a consulate in Israel and
others in Arab countries. Cyprus,
it was stated, will have only four
missions of embassy status in
Washington, London, Ankara and
Athens.

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Theodor Herzl, founder of political
Zionism, has been released from a
Rumanian prison where she has
been incarcerated, and a number
of other Rumanian Zionists are
scheduled for early freedom from
jail, according to press dispatches
from Bucharest received here on
Tuesday.
Dr. Herat's niece is Mrs. Butza
Weiss. A Rumanian citizen, Mrs.
Weiss had been an employee of
the Israeli Embassy in Bucharest
when she was arrested about six
months ago.
With the release of Mrs. Weiss,
the Rumanians reportedly freed
also another Zionist, said to have
been a leader of the Zionist-Revis-
ionist Party. His name was not
disclosed.
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......... i" l *l "' I'M i ', in.il U
TALES OF MORALS
The story n told about \oah
- who survived the flood. \'oah was
ordered to build the ar^ and to take
utthin it living creature* ,n order
that they be used to repopulate the
world At trial time God indi-
iaied that he u'ouid destroy the en-
me iimverj- and al' life mould
vanish except that which wx- in the
ar\ with him
\'oa/i worked diligently to pre-
fare the a'V "nd afte' it. cornpl.
'tion, the torrential rm*u b;gan at
the end 0/ which tint- tmJ\ V j
his immedutf family u.i.l the life
that he preserved in the ar/; re-
mained alive
After the wattrt recede I
ar^ came lo rest on the m unta is
of Arrarat \o*h emerged and nju-
the destruction thai ip*s all aroun.f-
him. His heart h i
his eyes icelled with lean and he
reproached < rod for all the
ng that wa-. brought Upoi tlir
J/w JH
tami 9
n&/i
Fridqy> August 12,
Weil-Being of World Jewry
Needs Quantity and Quality
See
y i ce 9
tgious JZife
tJki.-*W.u.nJt
By RABBI TIBOR STERN
Both Jacob Congregation
Comfort ye. comfort yc my
people ." ThesT are the" words
of the Prophet Isaiah and chanted
>>n the Sabbath following the ninth
day of Ab. which marks the mourn-
ing of the Temple in Jerusalem.
There are two basic types of con-
solation one of resignation and
jone of courage and dedication Con-
solation of dedication is that of a
replacement of the loss, the medi-
cine of the ailment, and the recti
"'K i"ui wu> IJJCUJJ'll upo-l (fie I -v v ntv- aiiiin-iu, dlMl |||e rCCtl-
: and God was mid to ha:e ficalion of the wrong. In the teach-
repitcd "Why did you n il plead 'n*-s f Kaballah and C'hasidism.
for them ichen / divtdgi i i you we encounter two methods of crea-
tivity One is the qualitative con-
centration, known as "tzimtzum."
and the other is the quantitative
dispersion known as "hispashtuth."
both are genuine, constructive, and
necessary for the tulfillment of the
human task on earth.
The existence of the Temple
and the first and the second Com-
m> plan in dettro) tJieui' \
you see the waste you bej; f n
mer. >
MORAL I: U only after i,
the conieiTuencei that our
hring rliar u reg'et what ue r< u'J
probably have avoided uiih a little
forethought.
I HI. I .-.l l> ,1 .'li, ..,. ., ........JW
K-fTeorew C__.om v motion
abb; tibo* stein
... coMlort r *y people
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle i.i
o-tho'"' Rebbi '- v--
Frlday 6: p.m. 8aturday JO a.m.
|U -i i.....i i ..rthi
rant armlii.itt- of the Hebrew The
Ifcal Colloae Heranon; "The l
munloo '. ii rael
AN8HE EVES 2533 SW 1Mb ave
Conaarvativa. Maxwell Sooerman.
president.
BETH OAVIO. 2435 SW Jrd ava. Con .
aervative. Rabbi Vaakov Rosenberg
Cantor William W Limon
------o------
BtfTH EL 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomer 'hiff.
FVIda) I p m Raturd I m
Sermon "Our Actions lvi-rraini> Our
I ..!.
I BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava
Conaarvativa. Rabbi David W. Her-
on. Cantor Hvman Fain.
----* .----
ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prai'i- ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
ETH JACOB. $01-311 Washington
ave Orthodox, aitirii 'Ti'jor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
- O.-
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Saparo. praaidant.
------o -
BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ava. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E RackovaKy.
GEMS OF WISDOM
The fruit trod Wr;
'Why are vou inaudible
'ephed. "We need
isJtei
Thiy
- no noise n.
fruttl testify for us The rull
* tree, u.ere as^ed. "W'hv tr, v^"
.loud'' They replied Th? *
I may be noticed"
we(
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40S
lath at Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim
Karhnaky.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
756 SW lath at.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
o
OADE HEIGHTS CENTER 1401 NW
1S3rd at. Conservative. Cantor Eman-
uel Mandel
I
monwealths of Israel were instru
ments of "tzimtium." of concentrated sanctity, confined to frontiers and
boundaries The destruction of the Temple and the dispersion of Jewry
the world over, known as the "galuth" also had its constructive mo-|
ments. It has also fulfilled a missionthe mission of "hispashtuth."!
the spreading of sanctity, of Torah justice, and of Torah mercy to everv '
corner of the earth. ^
The prophet speaks therefore of a consolation that is not a resigna-
, t,on lo a ,0,a' loss He speaks of an era when sanctity will not be con- ----
r?tf--.X3 bV TH? ?T^n fined to the wall, of Mt. Monah and to the city of Jerusalem. He speaks j 'p^naa0^..0^, "tiZ
' of a sanctity that will spread the world over. He speaks of the mission1 Cantor Fred Bernstein.
--a, -wn jf,he Jew to acrifice his nationalistic concentration for the sake of M.Viv,.,' '
J7 L?'? i bringing civilization to other nations, and we may comfort ourselves MetvUU
ia.ajx.aj nin*i-. Baaai -,"^i I sav,n8-,hat ,he P"cc that we paid was worthwhile.
rniX3 0 IWV OH fl$ ,mx With the "ingathering of the exiles- and the establishment of the
trSllsl 'OnSiri ntrrTLI L5'*!* rJsral- we are moving again to an era of "tiimtzum." advocated
,B'v,? nWxY bv BenOurion in the form of a mass aliyah. opposed by Nahum Gold- "0-.^.
mann as the proponent of "hisDashtuth." to retain th* statue n.tn n*
Clary, aon of
N. < In
Mi and kfra
K-difi.Mi M-
FT. LAUDERDALL EMANU-EL ISO-
E. Andrews ava. Reform Rabbi
Marlua Raneon. Cantor Sherwin
mann as the proponent of "hispashtuth." to retain the status quo of
non-Israeli Jewish communities. Lat us state that both concentration
IV npJDS? nCDDS riOlSD "on-Israeli Jewish communities. Let us state that both concentration
T ~ ,and dispersion can and should be maintained. The quantitative efforts
7S7&7Q7D D*3ETDntf ,13 -13 of worid Jewr>- together with the qualitative accomplishments of the
--LlaaVm-M^J a."wL State of Israel will bring about the realization of the sorely needed
JlO D~~an .Dri7irD''apyn prophecy of "comfort ye. comfort ye my people."
*?3a D'xa onmoi ,D*pioi
-on nx niip1? h: pxn
V i : v r r
.rnin
epiarn iaoi on.nxn rwa
-1*? o-xxr nosy trrrani
Judaism needs not be fldfernKjj
Judaism needs to be taught.
, f CHECJaH
Even those thing' in th, ,^
uhich seem superfluous hav?
dll'llie purpose
OBHESIt Mtui,
a e
The u-orld would be 1
pier if men u-ere J fully |
keep silence a* they are able
, a
If my theory of relativity
. proven successful. Gerwan u-i!i
claim me as a German in | ,Jr
"ill declare that / am a ;:fT1 a,
the world. Should mv tlir
untrue France will say tlui / m|
"a German and Germany will de-f
dare ihat f am a few
. ALBERT tls-rnN.I
. e
One may have a nght to ipesH
but that does not mean thai ie
right u>hen he tpeak.s. aaron*!
a a a
Our greatest need u emanop
tion from self-contempt
All U) MA \U I
-
Dade Heights
Dedicate Buildii
Who was Jacob Philadelphia?
prohibited on the Sabbath. There-
Jacob was a Philadelphia Jew !fore- a f,st dav ,hat fa,|s on the
"21 sTU(?7 at7"Xa niain 'who lived under the assumed last Sabba"> postponed to Sunday.
v."-.**.*.,1 '*, iname of "Hbdadelphia He was Sometimes the date may even be
rVTBnrAn "IVVt rTTWrt n^ .____1___ __ nre-Hat>>rt thai la ,...., .,,1 '---'- .
New building of Dade Heij
Congregation at 1401 NE 183rd
No. Miami, will be dedicated
Sunday. Aug. 28.
Bert Saul was this week nami
D^atfinn ^sx Q'j-t^ on
Hhiladelphi
a member of a community of mys
tus which embraced the study of
pre-dated. that is moved back to
the Thursday before Sabbath, as
when the Fast of Esther falls on
the Sabbath.
a a a
What is "Lammed Vavnick"?
.It refers to one of the 36 perfect-
wffp 7B?a"7r.X3 i rest of his life is shrouded in 00- ly. ri8"t>us people in the world.
h"r\ mfa n-i n-ann n-Ts-i-i 'tlcs which embrac*d the study of
73 D Jip DH "l|7a73 .D "nn^J Jewish Cabala. Their organization
W0m iRMfl n'raWJ^ -rfn was known b> the name of "The
"?' '^T-? W T Woman of the Wilderness "
^D:33 nllXx?; 1B?X JOSfff In nS8. he lectured before learn
m-i-i 'laalilhi 1 1 !ed societies and universities. Tht
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON
OREOATION. 1190 W Oath st.. Mia
leah Rabbi Nathan Zwitman
HEBREW ACADEMY SIS tth at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Grose
----- a
ISRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
tar Conservative Rabbi Morton
Malaveky. Cantor Louie Cohan.
------ O ------
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfi.la -k.V- Li .%. a j
Cantor Abraham Salt. cnairman of the dedication
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschell Seville. Cantor Joseph
Saliman.
MONTICELLO~Tark7 i4th at. and
NE 11th ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Max Lipechita. Cantor BenZion
Kirechenoaum.
Kridxy :t:. i> m Xnturdny 8 4.. a.m.
mi Mltsvah: Nathan, ~.n -.f Mr. and > mi
Sir. ftSftjSEF" Wwr* "'l14*'^: Endre Schneider, chainn
vice
mittee. Saul is a past
dent of the congregation
Others named were Jerry Co
past vice president: Mrs
Saul, recording secretary of
congregation; Sam Caplan.
ious committee liaison.
Mrs. Stanley Saval. Sister
IOUTHWEST center. S43S sw Sth
at. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
------a>------
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 2320
NE 171at at Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
I-T.day I p in M. nil., rs 1.. officiate in
the ubaeni-e of ILikM Caplan. Katur-
dii> :i ni
i scurity.
TRANSLATION -
THE BEOUIN MARKET
OF BEERSHEBA
whose or,tPneT i sV Z.w r5MPL BKTH AM- "- "** Au 28 ceremonies will
whose existence is unknown to the! Jr.. s Miami. R.rorm R.bb. n.rb.rt welcome Rabbi Max Zucker as
rest of mankind It i. h... ...... i Baumoard Cantor Chert*. Knrin.r "r'""e naurn max e,jtnri mm
of fund-raising for dedication
mittee; Harold Samuels, pas', pr
ident of congregation; Mr.
Mrs. Herbert Elkin. chairman
last year's ground breaking ctr
monies; Mrs. Milton Weinsteu,
charge of publicity.
The Aug. 28 ceremonies will al
rest of mankind. It is because of
laume-ard Cantor Chart** KodneV
1*1 Idas > IS p.m i'iitnr K-xIn-r t<
Who was G.r*hon Monde. $-ia.?! them "cording to Jewish mystical f.cUU fU^H^SZZjSZ
'tradition, that God is lenient in '.' ,!'"'"' '"" '" J'aouae. "Ouc Moral
inHaincr Ik,. .. ^-1.1 hnil..ill
He was the son of a Christian judging the world
convert to Judaism, who in 1786.1 _- ...
at the age of 23. became the can-! S? T ,Hebrew ,e,ters "Lam-
; tor preacher of the Spanish-Portu j m a"d Vav have numerical
gese Synagogue in New York City. v",u,* of and respectively. The
He attended the inauguration cere fomb,nat'on of these two letters is
monies of George Washington ,n"8 us.edto ,refer to *
is a Yidishism re-
e
"?
. ----- i- ....* 36 The
It is interesting to sec how they *; naaainKioii na{lx ..nick..
sit in their special fashion their' Columbia University struck a | fering to a member of this mystical
itnees deeply bent, so much so that medal in his honor, and on its 175th j unit.
they really sit on their own heels. anniversary unveiled his portrait.
The Beduin sell goats, camels and which hangs among the institu-
horses. and merchants come from tion's celebrities.
the whole country to purchase their
merchandise W*1*' "Nictehoh
"Nidcheh"* is a Hebrew word
which means a "postponed fast daism it is regarded as a supersti- > L"
day." To illustrate: Fasting is tion and not as a religious doctrine, temple israel "is? ne nth at
----------------______ Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Canter Jacob Bornataln.
M the noon hour the market is
closed and then the Beduin them-
selves go out to the streets of Beer-
sheeba to buy various things from
HM Jewish inhabitants. In partic-
ular they buy all sorts of orna-
ments for their women, who re-
main behind in the tents of the
tribe.
PuMiohod by the Brit Ivrit Olamit
What is "Oilgul"?
It means "Transmigration of
Soul." This doctrine was held by
Egyptians the Orphic mysteries of! temple bmanuTblT iroi w.ahin*
tsreece. and by the Hindus. In Ju- J*JlJ!v!s. cnaarvative. Rabbi Irving
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1*4* Polk at.
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samue
Jarre.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Molly
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conaarvativa
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernes'
Schreiber.
Friday pm Breaker Abv ClttlmH.u.
:-;i' iir.iat 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Cha*s
w. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromah
Canter Oavio Convlaer.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 1(800 NW
one ava. Conservative. Rabbi Shel
don Edwards
----a
congregation's new spiritual leacV-J
er.
Lenrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
Games Party Wednesday
Sisterhood of Temple Adath Ye-
shurun will sponsor a games party
at the Thundertvrd motel on
Wednesday evening. In charge of
reservations and information are
Mrs. E. Sponder and Mrs. H. Salz-
Thu page u prepared in co-
operation with the Spiritual Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn.
Rahbi David Hereon
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Hereon
Talcs attd Gems of Wisdom
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwits
Know Tour Heritage
rl Kjitrl
i.'Miiu
Named fo Study Body
By Special Report
NE WYORK Louis Stern, of
Newark. N.J.. has been designated
. by the Synagogue Council of Amer
ica to represent the Jewish com-
munity on the Rockefeller Founda-
tion <'oininisvi.il to Study Volun-i *___
tary Health Agencies, it was m-~ r\^at"\HOnl!li!-J" 7!,h "
nourtced this week by Rabbi Max wi nV sdwaVK Abram-
D. Davidson, of Perth Amboy. Syn temple NBaT^XaaTri -
agogue Council president. Stern. T.tum w.tervr.y MaSor* 'rr.VT
an investment broker, has long! K"', "b,bi "/"a t-aooviu can
been active in Jewish communal I ?vwayTH, m &*,. .m
and social welfare activities. TBta#i_er ..e."i7 t.r~
I TEMPL* SINAI NO. MIAMI. IfttL
Prlda)
l***l Ob. rt i. notatasSM, .r the
lea*. Mi \\i .i,v-,.C;,ii.,. i ,.
> mi i l I. t .
TEMPLE JUDET "iao Palermo ave
H.brmi' aa *-s. isn.r
Merman Gottlieb
nf ^ iI..... rewume at
- in -Juret xpiritual leader: Rabbi
,rt Uenrmaa ol romuje is^rT*
>!.!.. I'u (.i.. rlhabbai
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Se"M.
M. Wallach.
tri'ia) 1:18 i>.in flaiiiion
fln.l RevereiMv Haturri;. II
Bar Mltavnh: I'liililp. s-.n ''
Mra Bernard Bcherarta.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB,
riamlnejo Way. Conservative RaOOl
Leo Helm.
TEMPLE ZIOnT" 5720 SW Uth t
Conaarvativa Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Oeldfar*.
TirERBTH IBRAEL. B500 N. Miami
V*. Cantor Albert Giant*
TORAH TEMPLE. 1tS4 Wast iJ-
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassei.
YEHUOAH MOSHE 13*30 W. Oiia
hwy Conaarvativa. Cantor Morr.a
Berger.
rrtda, I It p.ra Ji-i>h i:. nr^i'.
prralilriit. to offli late Hat unlay .' '"

VOUNO ISRAEL. tSO N "' *
Orthodox. Rabbi Sharwm Stauber.
2AMORA JEwTsH CENTER. ** *'
more ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Loon Hurwite. Canter Meyer O'eeer.
"1
CANDUUGH1ING Tim
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KVIN9 BlASBttG
riomon Weinkle
isses Away, 68
olomor. Weinkle. of 174 Shore
S Bay Heights, died Sunday.
7. of a heart attack. He
68.
retired grocer, he came from
lanta 35 years ago, and was a
Imber of Beth David Synagogue
IB'nai B'rith
Surviving are his wife, Mary:
sons. Jerome and Melvin, Mi-
ll: a daughter. Mrs. Lena t'hai-
Miami Beach: and six brothers.
o. Moe. Carl, Aaron and Dr
tac al! of Miami, and Jack, of
|an Li He also leaves seven
Bndchildren.
ervici-s Were Aug. 9 at Gordon
Ineral Home, with burial in Mt.
llxi (>'metery.
Capacity Crowd
At Blasberg
Funeral Service
An overflow crowd of Greater
M-reians came to Normandy Isle
< hanel of Riverside Memorial
Funeral Homes on Friday. Aug 5
to pay tribute to Irving Blasberg."
Mr. Blasberg. president of River-
side Memorial Chapels here, died
Wednesday. Aug. 3, of a heart at
tack suffered at his desk. He
was 54.
The Riverside executive came
here from New York 15 year*
o ro found the Beach Memorial
Chapel. He became president in
charge of four chapels in 1955,
when he merged this chapel with
Riverside Memorial.
He was a member of the Miami
Beach Elks. Masons, and B'nai
B nth. He lived at 5915 LaGorce
dr.
Survivors include his wife. Lil
lian; a son, Larrie S.; two sisters,
Mrs. Beatrice Zweigenthal, Miami
and Mrs. Estelle Kay. Miami
Beach: and a grandson. Michael.
Services were followed by en
tombment in the Lakeside Mauso-
leum.
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grandchildren. Services were Aug. 4
at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Wash-
ington ave
ABRAHAM MELNIKER
72. of 24-W BW 60th et.. died Aur 4
Me came here II > earn ago from New
u ."iV "" ;i m'">l>er of the Senior
Social Club of Went Miami. He owned
the Caaa Grande hotel before he re-
tired Surviving are his wife. Mar-
tha two tons, Nathan and Bernard
brother, Louis; and two grandchildren.
Htrvlce* were aur i at Uurdon
Funeral Home
MRS. ARLENE CEFFEN
w BW N i I r died Aug.
here Iron Philadelphia IS
and v> menilur of Coral
Jew h Center Blstarhoed. Bur-
Hu: are her h'>!mnrt, Oerald: won.
'i.i ghter, Judy; and a sister.
loan Hader Services Were Au.
. Hwili ii Mineral Home
MRS. FRIEOA BRUNNER
I NK 139th et.. died Aua. E.
a.1 reslden of North Miami for
hi >.-am. Surviving are her hus-
I Charles; two sons, Jerome and
In, fn brother*, three slaters, un
' ar.ddaughter. services were Aug.
M Riv. -Me Memorial Chapel. Nor
.hi. r
ISAAC ERgOFF
f 1424 BW 4th t.. died Aug. 6.
..mi. here I.", vfitr* ago from Ken
!> 'un Surviving; are bra aife,
IIV" -o|iS. Nathan. Jacob. Abe.
i I Samuel; a brother, eight
kndehlldreni nd five great -Krand-
,"''' Services were Auk 7 at
\ i I tl< ral I!
LEONARD H. LEVIN
NW 179th St-, dte.l Atw. r..
.ii- here eight years ago from
Ml'iir> i'ark. J. Surviving Mr. Ins
i-in-. two daughter*. Dlerdra
In- mother. Mrs Claire
'"'. and two slaters. Services
I in Mt N.-b., c. me
Ant. I
SAMUEL LERNER
It died Aug. 4. He
: w r- ago from Brooklv n.
"I was i member of B'ns
hai er n saber of Young
eater Miami. Surviving
M i tin. Joe. Hen an I
titters, Mrs Bylvls
| and Mr. u ...thy Nachman.
'i hildren, and two great -
MRS. GLADYS K. PARIS
.. of Hi W. |th at died Aug. 4. she
mum here 14 years ago from New
York, and was on the nursing staTf of
- I ancis and Mt Sm..i Hospitals
Surviving are her husband. Hall, an I
were m Brook-
Ira tinder the direction oi Riverside
Memorial Chattels.
MRS^ DOROTHY SANOERS
11. of l,.?o Lenox eve., died Aug 4
i\ v ii .- ago from Mt.
Vernon. N V Surviving are lier hus-
band, Herman, son. daughter, sister,
and brothers Services were Auj
at Riverside Memorial ington ave.
7.ISAOORE GOOREVICH
17, of 1--.' Euclid eve., who ,ain.- here
ago from New Jersey, died
Aug ::. Surviving are his wife. Lena;
two daughters and a son Hervtoes
were in Passalc, N J with Riverside
Memorial Chattels In charm* Of local
arrangements
MRS. CECELIA B. FARBER
M. of TS01 Adventure ave. died July
2 while visiting in Rochester, N.V,
from where s!ie Ohm* If rears ago.
She was a past matron of the Order
of th Kastern Star and a member of
the Jewish Home for the Aged, Sur-
viving a'-e her husband, Abraham;
two daughters, Mrs. Kelori* Wickinan,
Miami Beach, and Mrs. Harold Man
shel. West Orange. N.J.: a son. Mor-
ton Harlev Barber, ew N York ''it>.
Also surviving are two in others, two
sisters and five grandchildren. Funeral
service* were In Roc-heater, with
|rave*ide service* at Mt. Nebo Ccme-
tery Mausoleum on Aug. ^ under (he
direction of Riverside Memorial (ii ipel
MRS. RACHEL FREED
7a, of ISM Pennsylvania ave. died
Aug 1 BM came her*- from Weal
r Pa si\ >ems ago Bun Ivtng
are her huaband, Jacob, ami two sons,
n i it v:n< Bei ce were aub
;at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Wash-
ington ave
AMAHAM HINBttG
Feinberg to Get'
President's Medal
By Special Report
WASHINGTON B'nai Brith
will honor New York industrialist
Abraham Feinberg, national head
of the Israel Bond campaign and
an active leader in many Jewish
causes, at its 117th annual meeting
in November.
Feinberg will receive the B'nai-
B'rith President's Medal, highest
award of the Jewish service or-
ganization, its headquarters an-
nounced this week.
Forme/ President Harry S.
Truman, himself a previous re-
cipient of the B'nai B'rith award,
will be principal speaker at the
presentation ceremonies Nov. 27
at a banquet in New York's Wal-
dorf-Astoria, feature public event
of the four-day B'nai B'rith meet
The B'nai B'rith award, given
"for distinguished and enduring
contributions of a humanitarian na-
ture," was presented at the last two
annual meetings of the organiza-
tion to elder statesman Bernard
Baruch and Gen. David Sarnoff, oi
the Radio Corporation of America.
In addition, last year it was also
awarded to Prime Minister Ben-
Gurioq, of Israel, during B'nai
| B'rith's triennial convention in that
i country, and to President E'sen-
hower in a special White House cer-
emony. Mr. Truman was similarly
honored at his 75th birthday cele-
bration in Kansas City.
Postal Pay Raise
Boon for Miami
The economy of the Greater Mil
ami area will increase well over
tl.200.000 a year effective faWri-
day, when the postal employees of
this area received their first sal-
ary checks reflecting the increase
that Congress recently voted them.
This means that the payroll of
the Miami Post Office for the fis-
cal year ending June. 1960, which
was $14,976,288. will be increased
by about 8-per cent. The employ-
ment growth of the Miami Post
Office has now reached 2,975 em-
ployees, who include- some 1.200
carriers. 1.200 clerks. 168 super-
visors, 116 vehicle operators, and
300 various others.
According to Postmaster E. M.
Dunlap. "this tremendous yearly
payroll means muoh to the citizens
of this community."
Despite the continued growth of
the Miami Post Office, Dunlap
said the office was over $297,000
in the black as compared to a defi-
cit of $138,237 the previous year.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I.- HI.KKKY OIVSM that
Ins undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undi the ,if
NORTH OADE HARDWARE CO..
(not In.-,i at 740 N W. ISJrd Street,
I Miami, Ha., intend > register s*id
name wuii the i ...i the Clri ult
Court ..f Dads Pounty,
MARTIN
BERNARD W'KIHH SO* owner
'!< >l.l '.vl.W \ ;i i|.i R rEIN
Attorm
T W-2, B/K.lfl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN U 't
tlie nnder.-i2n.--1. deslr ng < i engage in
-- up!- the fi- tin,, ,. : ,- .. ,f
HI -V BEAVERH
2,ERVI<*E at I01U N.W i ,,--,.,
Miami, i- _.jrt
Clerk of the .,i
Court ..! hade i -,-. .
: KENT
HOWARD II TERRY.
Attorney re r
7/29. S E-12-K
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. tOC 7540
VIKOINIA PERSON,
Plaintiff.
vs.
OUNNERD PRRCON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO GUNNERD PERSON
117 Harbor \'lew Avenue
Bridgeport, t'nnnectlout
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of i'oiniilaint for Divorce has been filed
-maiiist you. and you are reqtn I to
serve a copy of your Answer oi Plead-
ing to the BUI of Complaint ,,n the
plaintiffs Attorne>. mac MERMEI I.
I'.,.i a v\- Third Avenue. Miami 36,
Florida and filr the original Answer
or Pleading in theofflre of the CI ik
of the Circuit Court on or befo-- the
'th day of September, 196'J. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default will
be taken mta'ii-i you for th- relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH r'I/>RIDIAN.
DONE AND OROKKEI* at Miami.
Horiila. this 9th day of August, A l>.
I960
E B IJ:.\THEIiMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. !>ade County, Florida
all By: C. P. COPEI.ANIi
Deputy Clerk
MAC MERMELL.
1900 B.W. Third Avenue
Miami 36. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
R/1S-I9-SC. 9/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga
Business under th- fictitious name of
ii PURA ESTATES at i.:;i:, B i-
cayne Blvd., North Miami, PVirlda in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of th^ Circuit Court of Dade
t ounty. Florida.
I .YN.IAY INC.
Sole owner
7/2J-29. S/5-1J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OB"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. MC 7477
ELIZABETH TARE.
Plelntlff,
vs.
NAT TARE.
I>efendant.
SUIT FOR'DIVORCE
TO: NAT TARE
2ns 4th Street
I .akew ,,,, 1. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Big
of Complaint for Divorce has bee*
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a COP) of yor Answer or
I'leadiug to the Bill of Complaint os
tlie plaintiffs Attorney, -RICHMOND
* EARBER. on. Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answ-r or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the lth dav of Septem-
ber. I960. If you fall to do M>, judg-
ment bj default will be t,k. n i-.Unsl
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consei itive >-elc
in THE JEWISH Kl.- >K1 HAN.
DONS AND ORDERED at Miami,
Honda, tliis 4th day of August. A.U.,
E. B, I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal! B) I: II KICK. IV.
I'eputv Cierk
8/12-1.(26. 9/t
MRS. SADIE KRIEOEL
70, of T'll'i Mi.tiny ave died Aim I
sii.. came from Lakewood. MJ i*
ago. and was a member of Tern- '
pie Bmanu-BI Blstef .....I, Jewish
Home (,,r the Aged, Hadassah, Coun-
cil of Je*-Ih Women, and American
* COST
HOME LOANS
Illustrated Booklet Available
"Your Florida Property and
Who's Behind It" is the title of an
illustrated booklet just published
by the Mackle Company and Gen-
eral Development Corporation to
give homesite and home buyers a
detailed look at the nation's big-
gest, most experienced community
development team. The 32-page
volume, complete with a map and
six full picture pages trill be dis-
tributed to people who have pur-
chased General Development prop-
erty through the company's job-
site, branch and agent sales out-
lets throughout Florida and the na-
tion.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buincss under the fictitious name Of
CHEZ BON BON BEACTY SALON
at 7404 Bi.'oavn- Boulevard. Miami.
I -IIda Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Horida
VAIDA QCARANTO
l/li-19-St, 9/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desirin* to engage in
business under the fictitious mm. of
Ml AERO INTERNATIONAL at 4471
N W. 3*5th Street. Miami 66. Fla., in-
tends (o register said nime with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Cnuntv. Florida.
PRECISION PROQUCT8 CORF.
A Fla. Corp
8/i2-i-:k. 9';
To Buy, Build or Refinance
Inquiries Invited No Obligation

^
Old-
j0ade Federal
-
5 Convtnlint Offlc Sd/va Dad* County
KESOUHCIS fXCUO IM MILLION DOLLARS
J
Jewish Congress. Surviving are a
daughter, Mrs. Helen,- Jacks
Simon; and five sisters. Services wen
A ix I in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
No'mandv l~l-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notici: is HEREBY -MVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase In
business under the fl ime of
THE HOUSE OF IMPORTS at l:.l
W.W 17th Ave., Miami intends to reg-
ister said name with th.. Clerk d In
Carcuit Court of Hade Count) Plorida.
DIXIE EXPORT COMPANY
A Fla. Corp.
VI2-19-26. 9'2
MRS. LENA S. ROLONSKY
7K. of 119 Colling ave.. died Aug. 1.
She came from New York 1", years
ago, and was a member of Workman's
Circle HI srvlUng is her huaband,
la) lb S.rvices were Aug. .1 at River-
side Memorial Chapel, Washington
IV >-.
MRS. ANNA HERMAN
i of i:.l NE l>Bd st died Aug 1.
She came here 1( years ago from Nee
York Surviving sre a daughte
Ruth Herman, Miami Beach,
,,-n ---re Aug. 3 at ". d n
Funeral Home
>
MAX KLE.N
,H S\v ;tih r I died Aug. 1
He came here six years ago from
Cleveland Surviving are six daugn-
ters. Including Mi
Sophie Moss, and Miss Rosalvn
Klein. Miami: two sons, Sine grsnd-
.11 I i i great-grai
d-.-n Ben i \uic. I at -
,' II ,m.-
BENJAMIN LEWIS
v. of 1
.-ame hi 'ilcago,
|
.... the di-
rection of Riverside Memorial Chapels.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBT CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hu iness under the fictitious name of
KENT PRODITCTS at 479 W Flagler
St Miami. Fla intends to
said nar.i- with thsrCTerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of f>ade Count v, Florida.
ANN AVRACK
So],. Owner
8/I2-I9-2H. 9/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY (I1VEN that
the underslicned. de.-lrtng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WEBER THOMPSON ti t.EF.-OCRT
at 11*0 S W. l Street. Miami lfi. Flor-
ida Int-n.I to register said name with
the C'erk of the Circuit Court of Bade
County Florida.
OTTO F WEBER
EIH1AK It THOMPSON
SIDNEY LBFCOCRT
8TANLBT B. I.EVITCH
R. WARREN DAVIS
OEOIU1E M SIMON
RALPH M WKISIIARD
MYKR9. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
- for Partners
tisos w street
Miami 36. Florida
_____ 7/J. S/S-I2-I9
ToGUST BROS in *
l\ i ', ;imi'
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O*
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 7546
DOROTHY p. McLAl'OHLIN,
Plaintiff,
EDWARD F M.I,AI-<;H1,IN,
l>ef II.1.1 III
SUT FOR DIVORCE
TO EDWARD F M.-1 -Al'fJHUN.
174 South Mountain Avenue
Montclair. New .Tersev
You EDWARD F M, l.AI'i: Hl.lN
sr- hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against \.>u. and vou are r^^uired tw
serve a Oopj of your Answer or Plead-
Ing to the Rill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attornev, NORM AN S.
I'M.I or mi., Ingraham Building. Mi-
ami r:, H:i., and fie tlie original
Answer or I'leadlng in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 12th day of September. 19e.
If v.u .fail to do so judgment by de,-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded U the Bill of Cosa
plaint
This noei,.. shall be published once
each sreeh for four cott'^cutive w.-eks
in THE JEWISH FI.i HtlDIAN
DONE AND ORIHCRKD at Miami,
Florida, this .".th day of August, A.D.,
I9Hi.
F; I! I.i:\THKRMAN. Clerk.
Cin-ult Court. Dade County. Florida
ISeuD By WM W STOCKIMQ,
Deputj Clerk
NORMAN S RAI.I.OT
r.iW Insraham Building
m ... Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
/II-I?-2. 9/2
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTON
IN THE NAME ANO BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THERE PRE-
SENTS SUM I..-OME tIREETINGS:
Whereas. STANLEY CuLDFARR,
MIAMI. FLORIDA; MICHAEL DEL.
1-IANo MIAMI FLORIDA; ALAN B.
KESSI.ER. MIAMI. FIORIDA did on
the 20th day- of March. A.D., 1944.
cause to be Incorporated under the
provisions of the general cor|K>ratloa
Ms o' thi State of Florida A. B O.
NOVELTIES. INC., a corporation,
with its principal place of business at
MIAMI DADE COUNTT, in the State
vf Florida, and whereas the stock-
holders of .r tlon ill on the
toth day of July. A.D.. 19). cause
to he file.l in the office of the
Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, a duly authenticated resolu-
tion adopted by the stockholders under
the provisions of si: I Chapter 0t.
Florida statutes, showing the dissolu-
tion of such corporatl
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
Stste does hr, I -he fore-
going and that he Is satisfied rhat the
r-iiulrements of law have been com-
piled with.
IN WITN >V I have
have
affixed the On State
-. the
i"s the THIKTIFTH day
of July, A D 1!
R. A QRAT,
Secretary of State


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UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF
THE ORTHODOX VAAO HAKASHRUTH Of FLORIDA
RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER, DIRECTOR
COSHER MARKETS ARE
HEDGED TO OIVl THE BBT QUALITY
AT THE LOWEST PRICt OR YOUR MONEY BACK
TH73
4
QUANTITY
R16MTS
MlUKVtD
meat ancrpQuLtry
WE SELL
U.S. CHOICE
and U.S. PRIME |
MEATS ONLY
.
Throughout the year your
friendly Food Fair Kosher
Markets bring you the
FINEST QUALITY KOSHER
U.S. Gov't. Inspected West-
ern Prime & Choice Meats.
For Quality, Savings and
Guaranteed Satisfaction,
take advantage of these
low, low prices.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Only!
THE FINEST FRESH KILLED KOSHER CHICKEN
DELIVERED TO OUR MARKETS S TIMES DAILY!
FANCY ARBOR ACRES
ROASTERS
BROILERS
SPRINGERS
RIB
SPECIAL ALL WEEK!
Veal Chops
Breast of Veal
LB.
LB.
69
39
LB.
N. Y. STRIP
29
CLUB STEAKS $
BONELESS TOP RIB.......... u 79
SHORT RIBS OF BEEF....... 43
BABY STEER LIVER.......... 49<
FRESH KOSHER MADE 6R0UNP BEEF ..... 2lbs 98c
STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Wed. 8 to 6 Thurs. 8 to 9 ... Fri. 8 to 3
C
C
NOW FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER I 19th ST. AT ALTON ROAD I 2091 CORAL WAY
NO. MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
CORAL WAY
AT S.W. 87th AVE.
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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vistrhrXUan Friday. Auguati^JP <~fn the fKealm of <^ocietu Wolf, Gans Wed; Couple Will Live In Springfield v -Harriet Elsie Gans ;> now Mr* Donald Fruce Wolf The < r!e exchanged 6:30 p.m. vows a: the Diplomat hotel on Sunday with Rabbi Irving Lehrman %  ciating The bnde is the daughter of Mr %  ad Mrs Sydney Gans. 6475 Pine Tree Dnve Circle. Miami Beach T\e groom b Ike MM of Mr and Mrs Leonard Wolf. Springfield. M: Matron of honor uaMr> Richard Wolf, of Springfield, sister inI; m of the groom Mi>$ Joan Hyde. cf Newton. Mass was maid of honor. Mi.-s Helene Degutz was in charge of the guest book. Best man for his brother was R;chard Wolf Ushers included Charles Edward Gans. brother of the bride, and David Katz. of Springfield. The bride selected a traditional wedding gewn of ivory peau de sofc reembroidered with alencon lace, scooped neckline, cap sleeves and fitted bodice. The bouffant skirt extended into a chapel train Her French illusion veil fell from a htadpiece of alencon lace. She carried orchids, lilies of the \ alley and stephar.otis on her confirma tion Bible For something borrowed, the bride carried a white lace heirloom handkerchief belonging to Mrs Arthur Degutz. Mr and MrMaurice Gans. paternal uncle and aunt ol the bride, gave her u lis (, DCS, The bnde i< a graduate of Miami Bei b • gn School, when ihc wai pftsident of Anchor Club, member MKS. DONAID WOLf of National Forensic League, prcs ident of Jays. B'nai B'ri'h Girls. She received a Bachelors degree in education from Boston Uhiversity, where she was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority She will teach in the Springfield public schools. Mr Wolf graduated from the I'm versity of Vermont, where he belonged to Tau Epsilon F'I 'i served with the l.S. Air Force in Korea, and is present!) associated with the Cricket and Leonard Shops of Springfield Reception and formal dinner followed at the Diplomat. Aft. i island-hopping honexmoon in Caribbean, the couple wilJ live in Springfield. Double Ring Rites For Kleinman, Col. Waldman A noon ueJding on Sunday. Aug. 7. united in marriage Mi-Janet Kleinman and Sheldon Waldman The bride's paren's are Mr and MrSamuel Kleinman. 7325 B> ron ave The poOB is the son of Mr and Mrs. Abraham Waldman. 6265 28th st Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated in the Argyle room of the Balmoral hotel Miss Eleanor Waldman w.i-t. accompanied by the Gus Rubin Trio Best man was Lt Col Herbert Waldman. brother of the groom. Gerald Kleinman. brother of the bride, and Alan Bomstein ushered Larry Edelman. cousin of the ifroom. was ringbearer. Artaora j jj, e double nn g ceremony took place under a floral canopy, and floral arches of white and shellpink .ladiolas. chrysanthemums and asters formed the aisle. Given in marriage by her par< nta, the bride chose a rose point lace gown The fitted waist featured a hand-clipped scalloped neckline over a peau de soie iweetheail neck. The very full peau


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Friday. August 12. 1960 Jewisti Fkrkttan Page 5-A UTTER TO THE EDITOR AJCong. Affirms Justice of Litigation EDITOR, The Jewish Floridien: For the past many, many years Ijiligious practices in the D a d e county public schools have been 11 rowing at an alarming pace. Accord'ng to the state law, the only n ligious exercise required of the M''.(M'IS is a daily reading from the [Bible without sectarian comment. But the trial challenging the con•iimality of religious practices in the public schools adduced evidence indicating that very few of ichooll limit themselves to just the Bible-reading practice. Complaints from Jewish parents — ;.nd others who are non-Jews — have been numerous over the years. Periodic representations have been made by parents, rabbis and Jewish lay leaders to school .cministrators and # other personn I. Rather than resulting in any EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: 1 (rmit me in the name of 11 afI fixated organizations of the Labor Z'onist Assembly of Greater Miami I publicly' to express to Television on WTVJ our deep appreciaPope John Scores New Clean-Sweep >!F— <.ITA>— Pope John XXIII eliminated certain phrases Irom the ritual of baptism for converti that were offensive to other faiths. In the case of a converted Jew. the abolished formula read: "You ,'hould abhor Hebrew perfidy and OK oi 'he Nation s O/df' and j0ade Federal RAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI PH W UPTON Pi. sue too readily. The legal action taken by Resnick et a I with the sepport of the American Jewish Congress, challenging the above practices and others, we submit was not only an act of reason but of practical necessity. To take me position that Jews or Jewish agencies must not engage in the legal action like that of Resnick and Chamberlain because it creates bad public relations is to ignore other realities. Fvery time there is an important ssue or principle to be supported >r achieved, there is bound to be it* dignity By halping othan yew ata halping yourtalf! Manufacturers anal jobbar ramambar —wa caa vae all your xitcaaH or mitffh). Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 3-2338 Closed Saturdays NOW* < 'I 1 A Small Air Conditioner ^with 30% More Moisture 4 Removal,.. Longer Life YORK POWERFUL-QUIET ROOM AIR CONDITIONER MAKE US PROVE IT On Ihe-SpOl Pieeniulion That Erases A!l Doubts' See how York's exclusive CoolingMan coils remove 30 r £ more humidity from the air. Find out how York delivers extra cooling BTU's per kilowatt to give you the greatest total comfort at lowest operating cost. See how York's DualThrust Compressor cuts operating sounds to a whisper. Come to eye-opening YORK DEMONSTRATION CENTER! ALL YORK UNITS ARE RACKED RY WRITTEN PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE HILL-YORK CORPORATION 1225 S.W. 8th Street FR 1-1411



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Friday. August 12, 1960 +Jen it* Her Mian Page 5-B h <^ocictli itc Continued from Page IB will be away ten days. "Champagne for Free" inf orm .il diruier at WestvTrw HHfnTftClub on Saturday night Golfing on the blazing hot green during the past few days: Gladys (Mrs. Sol) Cohen. Marcie (Mrs. Aaron) Kanner, Sara (Mrs. lister) n. Betty (Mrs. Leopold) Srhwartz. Bertha (Mrs. David) Phillips. Libby (Mrs. Sam) Rost. Sylvia (Mrs. Sidney) l.efcourt Rabbi and Mrs. Pizer \V Jacobs celebrated th"ir 53rd wedding anniversary on Aug. 8 Alter 56 years of active service ns a spiritual leader. Rabbi Jac obs retired in 1056 to Miami Beach He came to Jacksonville as Florida's first Reform tabU i Ben Pokotilow. of 1348 Drexel ave., is visiting his family in New Jersey ... It's a Chester, Pa., rest from her work for Miss Shirley Barnes, where she's visiting her brother and his family, the Lou Dalletts. as well as her sister, Pearly Brown ... Mexico was the stomping ground of vacation-minded Ethel Ehrlich, of the Temple Judea administrative staff, and her son. Jeffrey ... The trek to Indies House at' Duck Key ... Mr. and Mrs. B I. Binder there for lunch Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leader Mid baby Bennett Lifter striding through the lobby with a feather in his hat ... Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MaYks "with'' Bobby jmfl, Michael Harold Zeeman and his Bess with daughter Peggy Jill ] on their way back from a weekend in Key West Jerome and Jean Rado learning to be grandparents Terri Lynn, with the tiny smidge of hair, brand new dauyhter of Mr. | and Mrs. Elton Kerness, is the Official teacher .. Not to be outdone Twins. Keith Allen, weighing 7 lbs. 8 oz H and Karen Sue. 6 lbs. 3 oz.. born to Mr. and Mrs. Hany (Gladys) Cutler, of 18120 NW 16th ave on July 17 at Jackson Memorial I Maternal grandmother is Hra Celia Morris, of S. Miami Pa-) ternal grandparents are the Jos-1 eph Cutlers, of Miami The new arrival joins Kenneth, 6, and Candy, 5. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Ketzky sailed Friday for a Caribbean trip They're due back in October to their new apartment in Blalr House Madeline is co-! ordinator of the Mt. Sinai Gift Shop... Somehow, everything they wanted to do this year didn't pan out So Dr. Philip Stark took his Elaine and their Ronald and Johnny And off they went to' Nassau for a week to get into trim for a longer vacation next year. Michael Rennie and Jill St. John discuss their expedition to "The Lost World," Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story of a world today that lives exactly as it did at the dawn of time. Claude Rains and Fernando Lamas are also featured in this action drama in color, opening Wednesday at the Miami and Miracle Theatres. Nursing School Opens Rolls Here Applicants for admissnn to the I September class of Mt. Sinai Hos\ pital's School of Pract'cal Nursing may qualify through examination and interviews to be held Saturday, according to an announcement by J. Gerald Lewis, president of the board of trustees. Both men and women between the ages of 17 and 60 are eligible for admission to the 12 month course, 18th since the school was established in 1951, and should appear at the hospital's nursing office prior to 8:30 a. m Saturday, for processing of applications. A class of between 60 and 75 students will convene Sept. 7. Satisfactory completion entitles graduates to sit for licensing examinations given by the Florida State Board of Nursing. Building to be Completed The new synagogue and school birlding of Congregation Monticello Park will be ready for occupanicy after Labor Day, congregation 'officials announced Wednesday. The building will have a total capacity of 1.550 worshippers for the High Holy Days. Major Expansion Move For the second time in six months. Bishopric, Green and Fielded, one of the largest Florida-owned advertising agencies, has announced a major expansion move, this one designed to make its operation inj ternational in scope. Karl Bishopric, president, this week said that the Jamaica agency of Gerry Dunlop and Associates, Ltd., has been merged into the organization here through purchase of a substantial stock interest. The new acquisition affords the Miami agency a key Caribbean location. • In addition to the age qualifications, applicants must pass physical and mental examinat-ons, be of good character, be a citizen, or declare an intention to become a ] citizen of the United States, and 'offer evidence of satisfactory com-! pletion of two years of high school j or of a two-year high school equivalency test. The school, under the director of Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director of nursing and education at Mt. %  Sinai, offers the only hospital I course in practical nursing in Florida accredited by the National Assn. of Practical Nurse Education and Service, as well as by the State Board of Nursing and Veterans Administration. Applicants accepted for the 1 course may apply for scholarships and student loans without interest. Tuition is $50. &, Lunchtom, Teas, Receptions, Banquet*. Parties, Dinner* ... from 20 to 20O0 catered In the manner of the Diplomat... an unhurried. ever •attentive, soft-sooken service that make* en event of your occasion. THE DIPLOMAT MOTE! AND COUNTIY ClUi 1700 '••' ml 0


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Page 10-B *Jeisf FfrrHitr i" l *l "' %  %  I'M i ', in.il „U TALES OF MORALS The story n told about \oah who survived the flood. \'oah was ordered to build the ar^ and to take utthin it living creature* ,n order that they be used to repopulate the world At trial time God indiiaied that he u'ouid destroy the en• me iimverjand al' life mould vanish except that which wxin the ar\ with him \'oa/i worked diligently to prefare the a'V "nd afte' it. cornpl. 'tion, the torrential rm*u b;gan at the end 0/ which tinttmJ\ V j his immedutf family u.i.l the life that he preserved in the ar/; remained alive After the wattrt recede I ar^ came lo rest on the m unta is of Arrarat \o*h emerged and NJUthe destruction thai ip*s all aroun.fhim. His heart H I his eyes icelled with lean and he reproached < rod for all the %  ng that wa-. brought Upoi tlir J/w August 12, Weil-Being of World Jewry Needs Quantity and Quality See y i ce 9 tgious JZife t Jki.-*W.u. n J t By RABBI TIBOR STERN Both Jacob Congregation Comfort ye. comfort yc my people ." ThesT are the" words of the Prophet Isaiah and chanted >>n the Sabbath following the ninth day of Ab. which marks the mourning of the Temple in Jerusalem. There are two basic types of consolation — one of resignation and jone of courage and dedication Consolation of dedication is that of a replacement of the loss, the medicine of the ailment, and the recti "'K i"ui wu> IJJCUJJ'll upo-l (fie I -v v ntvaiiiin-iu, dlMl |||e rCCtl: and God was mid to ha:e ficalion of the wrong. In the teachrepitcd "Why did you n il plead n *s f Kaballah and C'hasidism. for them ichen / divtdgi i i you we encounter two methods of creativity One is the qualitative concentration, known as "tzimtzum." and the other is the quantitative dispersion known as "hispashtuth." both are genuine, constructive, and necessary for the tulfillment of the human task on earth. The existence of the Temple and the first and the second Comm> plan in dettro) tJieui' \ you see the waste you bej; f n mer. > MORAL I: U only after i, the conieiTuencei that our hring rliar u % %  reg'et what ue r< u'J probably have avoided uiih a little forethought. I %  HI. I .-.l l> ,1 .'„li, ..•,. ., J W K-fTeorew C .om v motion •ABB; TIBO* STEIN ... coMlort r • *y people AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle I.I o-tho'"' Rebbi %  ••v-Frlday 6: p.m. 8aturday JO a.m. |U • -i i... ..i i ..rthi rant armlii.ittof the Hebrew The Ifcal Colloae Heranon; "The l munloo %  %  '. ii rael AN8HE EVES 2533 SW 1Mb ave Conaarvativa. Maxwell Sooerman. president. BETH OAVIO. 2435 SW Jrd ava. Con aervative. Rabbi Vaakov Rosenberg Cantor William W Limon o BtfTH EL 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomer 'hiff. FVIda) I % %  • p m Raturd %  • I m Sermon "Our Actions lvi-rraini> Our I % %  ..!. %  I BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava Conaarvativa. Rabbi David W. Her•on. Cantor Hvman Fain. • ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prai'iave. Orthodox Rabbi H. Louia Rottman. • ETH JACOB. $01-311 Washington ave Orthodox, aitirii 'Ti'jor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. O.BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Saparo. praaidant. o— BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E RackovaKy. GEMS OF WISDOM The fruit trod Wr; 'Why are vou inaudible 'ephed. "We need isJtei Thiy no noise n. fruttl testify for us The rull tree, u.ere as^ed. "W'hv tr v ^" .loud'' They replied Th? I may be noticed" we( CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40S lath at Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim Karhnaky. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. %  756 SW lath at.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. — o —— OADE HEIGHTS CENTER 1401 NW 1S3rd at. Conservative. Cantor Emanuel Mandel I monwealths of Israel were instru ments of "tzimtium." of concentrated sanctity, confined to frontiers and boundaries The destruction of the Temple and the dispersion of Jewry the world over, known as the "galuth" also had its constructive mo-| ments. It has also fulfilled a mission—the mission of "hispashtuth."! the spreading of sanctity, of Torah justice, and of Torah mercy to everv corner of the earth. ^ The prophet speaks therefore of a consolation that is not a resigna, t,on lo a ,0,a loss He speaks of an era when sanctity will not be con, — • r?tf--.X3 bV TH? ?T^n fined to the wall, of Mt. Monah and to the city of Jerusalem. He speaks j 'p^naa 0 ^.. 0 ^, "ti£Z of a sanctity that will spread the world over. He speaks of the mission 1 ••••'• Cantor Fred Bernstein. --a, wn j f,he Jew to acrifice his nationalistic concentration for the sake of M.Viv,.,' J7 L?'? i bringing civilization to other nations, and we may comfort ourselves MetvUU %  ia.ajx.aj n—in*i-. Baaai •-,"^i I sav,n 8, hat ,he P"cc that we paid was worthwhile. rniX3 0 IWV OH fl$ ,mx With the "ingathering of the exilesand the establishment of the trSllsl 'OnSiri ntrrTLI L 5 '*!* r J sra l we are moving again to an era of "tiimtzum." advocated ,B 'v,? n WxY bv BenOurion in the form of a mass aliyah. opposed by Nahum Gold"0-.^. mann as the proponent of "hisDashtuth." to retain th* statue n.tn n* Clary, aon of N. < In Mi and kfra K-difi.Mi MFT. LAUDERDALL EMANU-EL ISOE. Andrews ava. Reform Rabbi Marlua Raneon. Cantor Sherwin mann as the proponent of "hispashtuth." to retain the status quo of non-Israeli Jewish communities. Lat us state that both concentration IV npJDS? nCDDS riOlSD "on-Israeli Jewish communities. Let us state that both concentration T ~ a nd dispersion can and should be maintained. The quantitative efforts 7S7&7Q7D D*3ETDntf ,13 -13 of worid Jewr >together with the qualitative accomplishments of the --LlaaVm-M^J a."wL State of Israel will bring about the realization of the sorely needed JlO D~~an .Dri7irD''apyn prophecy of "comfort ye. comfort ye my people." *?3a D'xa onmoi ,D*pioi -on nx niip 1 ? H: pxn V i • •• : v r r .rnin epiarn iaoi on.nxn rwa -1*? o-xxr nosy trrrani Judaism needs not be fldfernKjj Judaism needs to be taught. f CHECJaH Even those thing' in th, ,^ uhich seem superfluous hav? dll'llie purpose —OBHESIt Mtui, • a e The u-orld would be 1 pier if men u-ere J fully | keep silence a* they are able hen he tpeak.s. AARON*! a a a Our greatest need u emanop tion from self-contempt All U) MA \U I Dade Heights Dedicate Buildii postponed to Sunday. •v."-.**.*., 1 '*, %  %  i n ame of "Hbdadelphia He was Sometimes the date may even be rVTBnrAn "IVVt rTTWrt n^ 1 nre-Hat>>rt thai la ,...., .,,1 '---'. New building of Dade Heij Congregation at 1401 NE 183rd No. Miami, will be dedicated Sunday. Aug. 28. Bert Saul was this week nami D^atfinn ^sx Q'J-T^ on Hhiladelphi a member of a community of mys tus which embraced the study of pre-dated. that is moved back to the Thursday before Sabbath, as when the Fast of Esther falls on the Sabbath. a a a What is • "Lammed Vavnick"? .It refers to one of the 36 perfectwffp 7B?a"7r.X3 i rest of his life is shrouded in 00ly ri 8"t>u s people in the world. h"r\ mfa n-i n-ann n-Ts-i-i t lcs which embra c*d the study of 73 D Jip DH "l|7a73 .D "nn^J Jewish Cabala. Their organization W0m iRMfl n'raWJ^ -rfn was known b > the name of "The "•?•' '^T-? W T Woman of the Wilderness ^D:33 nllXx?; 1B?X JOSfff In nS8. he lectured before learn M-I-I 'laalilhi 1 1 e d societies and universities. Tht HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON OREOATION. 1190 W Oath st.. Mia leah Rabbi Nathan Zwitman HEBREW ACADEMY SIS tth at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Grose a ISRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th tar Conservative Rabbi Morton Malaveky. Cantor Louie Cohan. O KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfi.la -K.V !" LI .%. a J Cantor Abraham Salt. cnairman of the dedication MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Herschell Seville. Cantor Joseph Saliman. MONTICELLO~TARK7 i4th at. and NE 11th ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Max Lipechita. Cantor BenZion Kirechenoaum. Kridxy :t:. i> m Xnturdny 8 4.. a.m. mi Mltsvah: Nathan, ~.n -.f Mr. and > •••. mi Sir. ftSftjSEF" Ww r %  "'l 14 *'^: Endre Schneider, chainn vice mittee. Saul is a past dent of the congregation Others named were Jerry Co past vice president: Mrs Saul, recording secretary of congregation; Sam Caplan. ious committee liaison. Mrs. Stanley Saval. Sister IOUTHWEST CENTER. S43S sw Sth at. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Maurice Klein. a> TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 2320 NE 171at at Rabbi Jonah Caplan. I-T.day I p in M. nil., rs 1.. officiate in the ubaeni-e of ILikM Caplan. Katurdii> !• :i ni i scurity. TRANSLATION THE BEOUIN MARKET OF BEERSHEBA whose or,tPneT i sV Z .w • r 5 MPL€ BKTH AM "•• •"- "** Au 28 ceremonies will whose existence is unknown to the! Jr.. s Miami. R.rorm R.bb. n.rb.rt welcome Rabbi Max Zucker as rest of mankind It i. h... ...... „i Baumoard Cantor Chert*. Knrin.r r '""e naurn max e,jtnri mm of fund-raising for dedication mittee; Harold Samuels, pas', pr ident of congregation; Mr. Mrs. Herbert Elkin. chairman last year's ground breaking ctr monies; Mrs. Milton Weinsteu, charge of publicity. The Aug. 28 ceremonies will al rest of mankind. It is because of laume-ard Cantor Chart** KodneV 1*1 Idas > IS p.m i'iitnr K-xIn-r t< Who was G.r*hon Monde. $-ia.?! them "cording to Jewish mystical f.cUU fU^H^SZZjSZ !" 'tradition, that God is lenient in '.' ,!'"'"' '"" %  '" J'aouae. "Ouc Moral inHaincr Ik,. .. ^-1.1 h nil. .ill He was the son of a Christian judging the world convert to Judaism, who in 1786.1 _... at the age of 23. became the can-! S? T Hebrew ,e, ters "Lam; tor preacher of the Spanish-Portu j m a d Vav have numerical gese Synagogue in New York City. v ,u ,* of and •• respectively. The He attended the inauguration cere f omb,na t'on of these two letters is monies of George Washington ,n 8 us edto refer to *• is a Yidishism ree "? ----—i....* 36 The It is interesting to sec how they *; naaain K ioii na{lx .. nick sit in their special fashion their' Columbia University struck a | fering to a member of this mystical itnees deeply bent, so much so that me dal in his honor, and on its 175th j unit. they really sit on their own heels. a nniversary unveiled his portrait. The Beduin sell goats, camels and wh ich hangs among the instituhorses. and merchants come from tion's celebrities. the whole country to purchase their merchandise W* 1 *' '• "Nictehoh "Nidcheh"* is a Hebrew word which means a "postponed fast daism it is regarded as a supersti> L day." To illustrate: Fasting is tion and not as a religious doctrine, TEMPLE ISRAEL "IS? NE nth at Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Canter Jacob Bornataln. M the noon hour the market is closed and then the Beduin themselves go out to the streets of Beersheeba to buy various things from HM Jewish inhabitants. In particular they buy all sorts of ornaments for their women, who remain behind in the tents of the tribe. PuMiohod by the Brit Ivrit Olamit What is "Oilgul"? It means "Transmigration of Soul." This doctrine was held by Egyptians the Orphic mysteries of! TEMPLE BMANUTBLT iroi w.ahin* tsreece. and by the Hindus. In JuJ*JlJ! v !s. c naarvative. Rabbi Irving TEMPLE BETH EL. 1*4* Polk at. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samue Jarre. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Molly wood. 1725 Monroe at Conaarvativa Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernes' Schreiber. Friday pm Breaker Abv ClttlmH.u. :-;i' iir.iat 9 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Cha*s %  w Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromah Canter Oavio Convlaer. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 1(800 NW one ava. Conservative. Rabbi Shel don Edwards a congregation's new spiritual leacV-J er. Lenrman. Cantor Israel Reich. Games Party Wednesday Sisterhood of Temple Adath Yeshurun will sponsor a games party at the Thundertvrd motel on Wednesday evening. In charge of reservations and information are Mrs. E. Sponder and Mrs. H. SalzThu page u prepared in co„ operation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rahbi David Hereon Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Hereon Talcs attd Gems of Wisdom Rabbi B. Leon Hurwits Know Tour Heritage rl Kjitrl %  i.'Miiu Named fo Study Body By Special Report NE WYORK — Louis Stern, of Newark. N.J.. has been designated by the Synagogue Council of Amer ica to represent the Jewish community on the Rockefeller Foundation < 'oininisvi.il to Study Volun-i —* tary Health Agencies, it was m-~ r \^£at"\ HO n l !li!-J" 7 ,h nourtced this week by Rabbi Max wi£ £nV sdwaVK Abram D. Davidson, of Perth Amboy. Syn TEMPLE NBaT^XaaTri — agogue Council president. Stern. T.tum w.tervr.y MaSor* 'rr.VT an investment broker, has long! K"', "• b bi %  "•/•"a t-aooviu can been active in Jewish communal I % vwayTH, m &*,. m and social welfare activities. TBta#i_er ..e."i7 t.r~ I TEMPL* SINAI NO. MIAMI. IfttL Prlda) l***l Ob. rt i. notatasSM, .r the lea*. Mi \\i„ .•„I, V -,. C ;,II.,„. i ,„. > mi i l I. t TEMPLE JUDET "iao Palermo ave H. b rmi' •aa *-s. isn.r Merman Gottlieb nf ^• iI rewume at %  !• in -Juret xpiritual leader: Rabbi ,rt Uenrmaa ol romuje is^rT* >! %  •.• % %  !.. I'u (.i.. rlhabbai NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Se"M. M. Wallach. tri'ia) 1:18 i>.in flaiiiion fln.l RevereiMv Haturri;. II Bar Mltavnh: I'liililp. s-.n '' Mra Bernard Bcherarta. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB, riamlnejo Way. Conservative RaOOl Leo Helm. TEMPLE ZIONT" 5720 SW Uth t Conaarvativa Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Oeldfar*. TirERBTH IBRAEL. B500 N. Miami •V*. Cantor Albert Giant* TORAH TEMPLE. 1tS4 Wast iJTraditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassei. YEHUOAH MOSHE 13*30 W. Oiia hwy Conaarvativa. Cantor Morr.a Berger. rrtda, I It p.ra Ji-i>h i:.—• nr^i'. prralilriit. to offli late Hat unlay .' '" — •— VOUNO ISRAEL. tSO N "'• •*• Orthodox. Rabbi Sharwm Stauber. 2AMORA JEwTsH CENTER. ** *' more ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi %  %  Loon Hurwite. Canter Meyer O'eeer. "1 CANDUUGH1ING Tim 19 Ab — 6:43 pan. I



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Page 8-A +Jeist thrkHam Friday, Au gu8l 12. ISSJ f I \ 'One Voice' Theme Set To Spark ZOA Meet By Special Report NEW YORK — A symposium on the need for a central boriy for uni (M d Jewish expression in the American Jew'ah community, with leaders of five outstanding national Jewish organizations as main par ticipents, will be one of the hiyh lights Of the b"3rd annual conven t %  of the /.10ms! Organization of America due Aug. 25 to 28 at I I 1 Statli r Hilton here, accord%  I iminary agenda made public by Harold W I arma h chairman of the national convi • committee. The symposicm will be held under the chairmanship of Rabbi I \ ng Miller, chairman of the American Zionist Council. Principal participants will be label Katr, president of B'nai B'rith; Dr. Joachim Prinz, president of the American Jewish Congress; Dr. Max Nussbaum, chairman of the National ZOA E xecutive Council; and Rabbi Max Davidson, president of the Synagogue Council of America. rated to the theme. "Z-oni.n. for America and l.-raeU' the Israel Vows Fair Hearing KENNEDY SLATED Sen. John F. Kennedy will address the opening session of the 63rd annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America on Thursday evening, Aug. 25. The Democratic Presidential nominee is expected to deal in his address with American policy towards the Middle East, with special emphasis on the current developments affecting Israel. .our aj -< Hiooi of the ZOA con /ention la expected to draw an at endanca of tome 1.200 dele, ind alternates representing 600 %  us and districts in all parts if the country. Issues to be discussed Will range rom plans tor the rc-wtalization ol he American Zionist movement to he problems which wll come up •I the forthcoming World Zionist Dominicans Mark Otntol Research Grm Refuaee Year A :rar t of %ll -^o for ,i (ma i. The Dominican Republic recent,ij ac Hospital in cooperatin h issued a series ol postage stampa the I'nivers'ty of Miami* Jh T* in honor of Sosua a settlemenl ei iii.clicjnchas been annm.. ? ** t.bllshed for" JeCvTsK IfWgee. In u. &T PX M H S^ >>, 1940. |Dental Research Branch. l"s Ar"" The postal issue also recognizes Medical Research an,] i)^,^ 1 the international celebration of ment Command The funds wj|| ^ World Refugee Year. jvide for continued laboratorv J ies on the affect of dental ,1 The stamps. In v.ry.n, denomInpljr „ reIated tQ heart •* .nat.ons, have two baste des.gr... children. Administration of ?v' One shows an aerial view of So: work wj „ again ^ u Uie an Dr Zinner. director of dent'a search at the hespital. and asskT mt professor at the medical s rusalem. particularly the ouestion Rabbl rox has S ainp d nationa russlem, particularly the question if the proposed reorganised strut%  ure ol the World 'Zionist Organiza ion. Discussions pn Arab boycotts mil the Kichmann trial will" also nghlight the agenda. While the registration of data gates and sessions of committees lealing with major aspects of the ZOA program will begin as early is Wedneadaj evening, Aug. 24. „„ ... l J nd continue all day Thursdav the all assistance to Israel ,n preparing formal opening ol the convention "• Mil take place on Thursday night. Continued from Page 1-A repiv has yet been received from ai j of the Soviet bloc countries t< Israel'i formal request, despite th< tad that the press in these coun Aug 25, which will feature the presidential address by Abraham Redelheim. A a^esl speaker at opening session wll he A\i., 'Ii K^fa-S* PUb C,,y ,0 H mr, Mnb.-ador'ofls^. Eichmann's capture. The Moscow publication, "New Times," carried an article stresring that Eichmann was responsible for the mass-killing of "six million men, women and children who were exterminated after being tortured." The article criticized those abroad who suggested that the Eichmann trial take place in West Germany, asserting that if Eichmann were judged there, "it can be expected that after a short time he will be liberated." "The Eichmann process, which id should i punishing people who Itj of war crinu -. but also to stop reactionar) to bring i..uk (his system, this re gime and tin be Soviet organ asserted REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Sreoter Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier tor Synagogues, Hebrew A Sunday Schools. Wholesale t Retail ISKAtll GlrTJ AMD NOVUTItS 417 Washington Ave. it 1 -9017 to the United States The Sbomrin 'I the Ne York Police Depart ment and a group ,i i sofim, Israel Hoy Scouts now visiting this country, will take part in the presents 'ion ol the colors. Entertainment feature during the opening session will be the *pp*aranct for the f.rst time in this country of Abraham Wilkomirsky, world renowned Israeli opera tenor and cantor. tbba M.ii. i BOvax will be the rec'pienl of -he Hen] Gold M. ion of the ZOA at ten annual dered him a! the I which heduled ipi akera will S Sen Everett M Dirksen, minority leader of tin Rappaport to Speak Tuesday A talk by Gilbert Rappaport Inally sehedufc 2 will be heard n< i i, v mem "i Miami Beach Locsge of B'nai K nth at a luncheon i, I tin I'.Lido hotel. Rappaport la director of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization oft America. He recently returned! from a trip to Israel. Gershon S. Miller is luncheon chairman. recognition in varied fields of Jew ish and general learning Born in Chicago, III., Rabbi Fox has an extensive educational background, which includes work leading to Bachelor's and Master's Degrees at the University of Chicago, a Bachelor of Hebrew Letters degree from the Hebrew Theological College, a teacher's certificate from the College of Jewish Studies, and rabbinic ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City. In 1956. Rabbi Fox was appoint ed assistant to Dr Finkelslem. and in 1958 was named BSeociate dean of the Teachers Institute-Seminar* College of Jewish Studies Kabbr Fox is chairman of the Department <>f Education at the Seminar] and president of the na il organisation of Deans of Schools of Higher Jewish Ed tion. Both are inscribed Sosua, Dominican Republic. First Colony of Refugees in Amenta The itablishmenl of the colony affected through the combined ifforts ol President Trujillo. the : ionium an Republic, and the Doiiimr.ni Republic Settlement Awi Hie latter, known as DORSA. is an iffihate of the American Joint Die ribution Committee. Sosua took shape as an idea at conference in Evian in 1938, 'hen the late President Roosevelt led 32 nations in an expression of sympathy for the victims of Nazi opression. Gen. Trujillo promptly announced the readiness of the Dominican Republic "to accept up to 100,000 Jewish refugees." The Dominican leader thereupon lonated his private farm of 26.000 acres in Sosua for the new refugee settlement site. 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""•Jewish Floridian OFHCE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-460S Teletype Communicationa Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLTN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel aUY U. BINDER ____ Correspondent Published eTery Friday since 1Z7 by The Jewish FlorldWa St IV) N E. Sixth Street. Miami I, Florida. Entered at secund-claes matter July 4, 1910. at Pont office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 1. 1S79. The Jewiih Floridian hai abaorbed the Jewish Unity end the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewieh Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service. National Editorial Ann.. American Ann of Engliah-Jewith Newspapers, and the Florida Frees Assn. The Jewish Floridian does not suarantee the Ka*hrutb of the merchandise advertised In Us column* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year SS.0O Three Year, 10 00 Volume 33 Number 33 Friday. August 12, 1960 19 Ab 5720 Conflicting Public Assurances National election-time invariably means platform planks favorable to special interest groups and denials of the existence of bloc voting. For the American Jewish community, it means assisting in the process of eliciting positive Democratic and Republican Party recognition of Israel's problems—and the repeated, if conflictinq. public assurance that there is no "Jewish vote." In 1956, both parties wrote into their platforms significant Middle East planks relating to the ongoing Israel-Arab imbroglio. Yet the action of the Eisenhower Administration in the Suez and Sinai campaigns, within weeks following the GOP convention, was a bold and open breach of the spirit of its pro-Israel platform vows. That this proves the relative worthlessness of platforms, which mainly help candidates solicit votes and exclusively do almost nothing more, is ac nahevmeiL more, is an achievement of little consequence in itself. But made to stand side by side with the bloc voting controversy, it tends to highlight the questionable honesty surrounding the ideals of the national election process. The Eisenhower voting record of millions of independent voters in 1952 and 1956, among whom were numbered a significant corps of Jewish citizens, amply demonstrates that the concept of "solid" Jewish balloting favorably disposed toward the Democratic Party is no more than a myth. But none of this denies that Jews, as a body, are motivated politically by common interests. To say that they aren't is either to be naive or to carry the flag of community relations expertise to a nonsensical degree. Why should Jews, after all. be different from other unshakable ethnic groups' Why should they not take advantage of the status platform committees officially — and gladly accord such groups? The pronouncement early this week by Dr. Emanuel Neumann, honorary president of the Zionist Organization of America, that it is "inaccurate and misleading" to deny the existence of a "Jewish vote" should be refreshing in the otherwise fetid atmosphere of super-perfection candidates, their parties, and the nation's voters tend to claim for themselves along about election-time. It it a begiiviliia •nd net tnendtolrie tragic problem of refugees' i It A MArVs /tS KKHrp Way to Justice Cleared The Foreigri Office of Argentina has finally acknowledged as "adequate reparation" Israel s recognition of the violation of Argentinian territory in the capture of Adolf E.chmann. The imbroglio between the two nations is now officially closed. Israel offered her apology for the violation S?K S, M imm edi u ,e, y Up n ,he announcement of the Nazi butcher s detention, but government circles in Buenos Aires refused to accept it forcing a Security Council debate on the issue' On June 23. the UN body voted 8-0 to acfZE -..I." 1 0 097 ade v,s,on7' of "fl nght to privacy (. h *\ ter of religious beVf *l • re a violation of the njt£?| separation of church ar-iiil tradition They are at? **l ant and weak-minded response to the moral disintegration of ^""l life, which increasingly finds itself dominated by television M *M mass media values. "d UHr| The most disillusioning charge against them is that rel the schools practices tend to encourage inadequate alternat'* 00 *! their most urgent rationale—the ideologic Communist invasion TW*I stand side by side in impotence with pathetic censorship efforts ^1 as those recently uncovered in North Miami Beach High School J2*l sought to keep students from reading novels by Aldous Huxle I George Orwell, and which underscore so terrifyingly the wilhnu/ ,Q *I parochial self-righteousness to destroy all of mankind if onlv .Jr***! the destruction of some. w •* %  •] As a matter of incontrovertible fact, religion-in-the-school tices are against the law In Dade county, the extent of the viola?* I is significant. Nothing of what has been said about the present lit I Uon in this column during the past two weeks can be construed as. I pathetic to views other than these. 1+ I Of greater concern here was the role of the American Je.J Congress in the case—why it launched collateral litigation with iwl American Civil Liberties Union suit, and what the Jewish romtaLal at large could expect as a result >mmim j KIBUTTAL rO SOMf TtUING AKCUmfMTS PROPONENTS FOR AJCongress have since raised a number of 1 teresting questions 14 They assert that the ACLU plea was west prior to their organizations action; 2) that a reverse in Dade counts would have national repercussions; 3) that I have overestimated th. prowess of E. F P. Bhgham. attorney for the intervenors 4, uuH am wrong with respect to the outcome of the case locally. In the matter of weakness, some who have written and spokes to me during the past week tend to shift emphasis from the ignifieu of the charges of agnosticism against litigant Hartow Chamberlm1* the slender legal resources of the ACLU. The American Jewish Co* gress. they declare, if nothing else, brought to the aid of the appellants the vaunted brains and experience of Leo Pfeffer. noted expettb church and state relations As for national repercussions thev arcs* that an unfavorable verdict may well further the illegal precedent of religious practices in the schools, both locally and throughout the co try. Congress participation presumably minimizes this possibility Brigham. it has been pointed out. demonstrated his ineptitude during cross-examination time and again. His old-fashioned histnoo* presentations. his introduction of such extraneous issues as "no* sectarian" interpretation of the Bible, his unfair badgering of w* MUM these, and other such methods. I am reminded, repeatedb weakened his own cause To this list of sins, is now willingly adde. Brigham s failure to make hay of the AJC litigant*at best mia) Jewish affiliations in the face of their role of aggrieved religious n ACLU~ pnnc,pal ral,on le 'or AJCongress collateral entry into tat So far as the outcome of the hearing is concerned. I am optimi* tically put on notice that there will be more successes than are Bar, genera My imagined I am. indeed, assured that practices like livutofl dramatic presentations of the crucifixion and the display of portnial of Jesus in Dade county classrooms, among others, must unquestiaaJ ably be relieved. I •:• •:• .:• IXPICTATION or sucassis ovmr OPTIMISTIC JHERE IS NO question that Leo Pfeffer's consultation has immeasur-l fan..** S,renK ,he ed he ACLU AJC plea-respite Judge Gordon, h,;. H % V, deny h m ,he *** to Participation on record Bit inn 1 f "r..i f0rR0 ,cn ,hal Pfeff %  '•tes to the former nrgamza-l !ew,sh rn„'i' ,e less K lha "" does to the latter While the America, nZmTEXSJ* rV. Pf arena of identification. he civil Liberties %  Zn in ?K C 1? 'STU*?' ,a,enU ,n oth r involving re S v n X^ 0 ?'-,, "tSS, ,h,s mu,u,,ltv sudd n, y f atl ,n Di JK, *g J PM [< r ^denly the excuse for Congress litigation. wkM he is known to have acted "independentlyfor the ACLU in the he.r. 1 ?."-' S2" S ,0 ? "* ni,iMlrt extent true that a reverse suffered MrrtJ? na IIOM cons u ences. the possibility must be disrefhTrS 1 "I explana,lon AJCongress participation, which was %  o, tie ACLU n t ^^ ,0 P aCe Pf ffer ttleatM tne d,sp0Ml •mlt.'"ii!" ma "! r 0f J Bri ham '' i handling of the case-thu is a quesuon ?eume n,fM" C,d 4. W h r ,h( n arin a ain Postponed las. week. .for fZLZL ^ fv he has PP"ently betrayed his repuUake Z,Z,lT m < L ffe ,vene "His fai,ure a illustration. .0 was a B v o7.r„ ,h f J unda cental weakness of the Congress plea WMi pivotal one, and happily advances the possibility of some relief CtmSmsTm^jH !" eSPeCt ,0 !" M ** ms th t American JewUh A e ZTr are Verlv %  %  %  "••* %  What %  be expected' ( hn mas ? a ll ZSF f "' religious observance durin, remo Z iJ' ass enblies' No more true-to-life crucifixion." ^ noe con,„, h i^ C ,, POrt ; ,,,S J o f Jesu8 Additional attention .0 noacoercion in the matter of student compulsion? In re a n |U I v K, l hI aCe,f achi '' ved ,h e> seem like significant success** -nlv I L2 y e m,n,scu| e Voluntary witnesses have reported "Je thLt 1 c currence of crucifixion. Testimony alludes to no h M„re! v a S T K,m '" I ? ad coun > *""• • i"ene.s of Jesus UM "2Sr' Ca e S,,y •* demonstrated that compulsion is UceT"n theTchnni S U S of f a| -t>t Just as long as religion, praco whatever^ .JX. "* ". nc,,one d" whatever level of intensity sod !eari ostracilm PUP S "" he l te t0 refu t-rliclp.t.on for of £S 17ZZ* ,hi l here *"• been • r three other ins.ancenes. rrf Je,u. hT„ y cruc,f l,on %  'he past, that more than one like Miami .nrf ih!? g ." m u n u r eP>rted classroom somewhere in Greater S.^ rt S j MdtCT *""' tetter adjusted to tjfc.need te. excusing students from sectarian observances-whafTia. Been gained^ THI PtKI Of rJCTORf Rf4SSSf0 "" T H Fl o T nd U T ?.h| S **!** r no,h,n h >e*n i*d so long a. tj is a sure L B '^f. re> d'n8 statute remain, unchallenged. And thu. t| flllcSSL For r? W G rd0n W,U not t ues on "> have come H .1 thi other ZlT • cqu,escenc to Blble-re.d.ng in the achools unconst, ution^l t a ,r ,C,,Ce8; nd on, y wh n *ta statute is declar reS, n he^h^i *' ,tlge { ,or ,h e entire superstructure religwn .n-the-schools practice, to come tumbling down. im. in .ub.tance. ha. the AJCoogress litigation thus uM Ce*witweaj M a #fct e. A



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Page 10-A I +JmlslinorAflk*n Browsing With Books: By HIIARY MINDtlW Friday. August 12, Well-Organized Listing of Jewish Nobel Prize Winners THE LAUREATES: Jewish Winner* of the Nobel Priie. By Tine Levifan. 23*. pp. New York: Tweyne Publishers, 31 Union Square. $450. VINA LEVITAN, who has written major works in both Hebrew and English, has produced a well-conceived, well-executed book which should be of more than passing interest. Since the first awards in 1901. the Nobel Prize has been recognized as the highest accolade possible in its five areas of physics, chemistry, physiology and medicine, literature, and world peace. This volume introduces each of the Jewish Nobel laureates in the order in which the prizes were awarded in each category. gives a brief biography, and describes the achievement which reaped the award. The statistics alone are intriguing. Of the three nun dred and thirteen winners from 1901 to 1959. there hive been forty Jews, or twelve percent. TJJU of the twenty-four countries from which winners are selected is about 520 million; the total Jew ish population of these countries is 14 million, or 2.7 percent. Thus the Jews have been awarded five times the number of Prizes that their numbers would warrant In Germany, writes atithor I^vitan. "when Hitler declared that the Jew had exerted a degrading and contaminating influence upon German culture, there were 38 German Nobel laureates (1933). Of these, eleven were Jews, or thirty percent, although Jews made up less than six percent of the total German population." Austria had suckled six winners; three were Jews The proportion of Jews in Austria JS lest than four percent Before pride and ethnic chauvinism get completed out Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Nixon's 'Warm Understanding' of Israel Chicago REPUBLICAN Presidential nom%  mec Richard M Nixon hat Indicated a warm and deep underol Israel's pi oblema li insistent with the new, liberal image be ii creel ii The Republican platform plank on Israel disappointed man) eanse it was weaker than both the new Democi plank and the 1956 G.O.P. plank In 1956. the Be publican-, pledged "the preservation (if Israel as .in important tenet <>f American foreign policy The nen plank was •> clear retre.it from th.it position Yet politicians close Ul Mr Nixon claim he had nothing to do with it. embroiled a< he was in bl battles with the platform committee They say that a proposed -trong pro-Israel plank awatered down by Sen John Sherman Cooper, eh.iirman of the plat form foreign affairs subcommittee I! til a!-o pointed out that Charles II Percy, chairman of the entire platform committee, loughl -in expression con listen) to State Department wishes, inoffensive to the Arabs Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER On Medical Research Jerusalem A PRODIGIOUS volume of 560 pages ^* on 'Medual and Biological Research in Israel" baa been published ben b) the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Hadassah Oi tattoo Edited bj M Prywes, the volume gives a bird view of what is being done in these .(i etues at the Hebrew University, the Haifa Technion. the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot. the scientific institutions of various ministries and medical H Izationi as well as the Tel Avi\ University, Kopal Holim (the Histadrut Sick Fund) and Malben Though lack of space often forced the editor to limit reports of years-long research to two or three lines in the volume, the books lUCCQOdl well in indicating the broad scope ar.d varied fields of interest in which Israeli scientists are engaged In the field of regional and applied research, important work is being done in public health and social medicine. Among the fields Investigated ithe control of eom municable diseases, the organization of medical care and various psychological, sociological, nutritional and genetieal problems created by the mass immigration. Scientists seem to agree that Israeli population is eminently suitable for such research Since Jt is composed of immigrants from more than 80 countries from all the continents of the world, thereby providing excellent samples for com parativ e studies Research of wide interest for most under-developed countries, particularly tbOSl I in and or semi-arid zones is conducted in the fields of Ixitany and m Thi-s. include research on the relationship of water to crop plants, irrigation problems, introduction of new breeds of crops control of plant diseases and peats, afforon problems and the entire field of "desert agriculture In the field of zoology, animal husbandry is of particular interest to the Israeli scientistl The problems of acclimatization of livestock particularly by suitable nutrition and proper crosabreeding are being studied. Impor t in; work is also hemg.donc to find ways for wider utih/.i tion by industry of various plants found abundantly in this region. While Israel attaches great importance to applied research, considerable time, money and particularly brainpower, is devoted to fundamental and general research. Such research is being conducted into the causes of cancer, genetics radio biology, experimental embryology and a wide array of problems in human physiology and neu rology. Interesting research is being done on the historv of medicine in Israel and among the Jews in the Diaspora. There is a special Israel Society of the History of Medicine and Science. Chairman Pi Hatl" batten Bank an Institution which n ipport for • krab ttand oi i in J v. Fulbi n Relations Committee This I when Sen Fulb ihield the \ t)g from Senate action oil the Sue/ blockade ISSNC ng with th. Arabian-American oil Co. and other con the Chant .Manhattan Bank contributes funds for support of the Middle Baal Institute The Institute recently s[.ons,,n-d an anti-Israel t" %  ng reflecting \ iewi of the 101 erfcan Friends of the Middle Fast Sen Cooper, a "liberal'" Republican who once served In the State Department, voted on the side of Sen Fulhright and the State Department, against Israel's interests, when the blockade issue was Infore Congress A platform committee source described Sen. Cooper as desiring to avoid an impres sum in the platform that support of Israel is a %  tenet" of U s. foreign poliej Senators Javits and Keating. New York Republicans, sought to strengthen an original platform version They found strong opposition They got some concessions But the final, re-worded plank still left much to be desired and was far short of what they -ought. Mr Nixon was so embattled on the civil rights Issue, attempting to pacify both liberals and con servatives, that he apparently failed to intervene on the Israel plank. His .supporters stated that the plank was virtually meaningless in "practical" terms They expressed confidence that Nixon, as President, would be mindful of Israel's problems When Israel Premier BenGunon visited Wash ingtOO last winter, he took away an enthusiastic im preasion of Nixon. As Vim President, Mr Nixon went out of his way to add warmth to an otherwise very formal and chilly reception of Ben (iurion. He invited the Premier to his home for a luncheon that produced what Israeli sources described as a "deep and meaningful" conversation On a number of occasions, Mr Nixon has \ abhorrence of anti-Semitism. He spoke out most recently to repudiate the proferred political support Of George Rockwell's "Nazis for Nixon" movement. The American Nazi Party received an outright rebuff from Mr. Nixon When Nixon visited Poland last year, he placed a wreath at the memorial marking the remains of the Warsaw Ghetto He said this emotional experience CM ieod him to recognize "that racial or rein; koui discrimination ends in the destruction of human values by which our civilization must live if it is to endure." For this reason." said Nixon. "1 shall never he fied until peaceful and workable measures have bam found and adopted to eliminate even trace of such practice's against our citizens, and 1 shall cun—e> tinue to devote my efforts wholeheartedly toward that goal im. iiwrr .. of hand. Miss Levitan admits that she has followed th. j^^popidaWOi^Ilinigibc^eJinition of a Jew to include those born of the Nobel Prize Jewish mother, and she has also included those who i* Judaism, of which there were three, two Germans a*! one. Dr. Karl Landsteiner. Vienna-born. Land,teine r fact, the discoverer of the human blood groups on^! brought a lawsuit against the publishers of a JewS "Who's Who" for including him in their volume: "the cauLd celebre served to advertise the very fact he was .,, taxMI to conceal." Many of the winners are well-known, especially tbw.1 in the fields of physics and medicine. Einstein, of count! and Niels Bohr. Enrico Fermi, and Isidor Isaac Kabi art the most familiar in physics. In medicine. Paul F.hrlieh. for his work on immunity. Selman Waksman. lor h.I covery of streptomycin, and 1958s amazing 33yea r -gU geneticist. Joshua Lederberg, are undoubtedly r, co ?m I able names to most readers. In literature, two of the threei winners would hardly be new: Henri Bergson and BOT^J Pasternak Miss Levitan has done an incredible job of the work of each of the laureates. Her cap u 'h*3 of the achievements in chemistry, physics an,' are at non-technical as possible Ind complete'\ 1 ible; her thumbnail discussion of BergtoE s "(: Evooitl •;>.' ia remarkable piece of extraction One cannot help being especially proud of thett tca tributkms b) -lews to the advancement of k to.-.. especiall) pi ased with this lucid, well-organs ix^e] which presents them with such excellence. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWAUTZ Life is Just Like That I JJAVID DUBINSKY, labor leader, |J gan his labor career m leadng a strike against his lather oakery n Poland. Eddie Cantor as a boy tang in the hoir of Cantor Rosenblatt Irving Berlin's father was %  poor i Cast Side cantor. It didn't pay nvictj >f a salary, so Mrs. Bahne. that 'he way I the name was originally spelled, also served as mahgiaci supervisor of kashruth. Jerome Kern's father had the concession for street sprinkling in Manhattan. The elder Kern wanted Jerome I to sprinkle streets too. but he was more interested pour-, ing sound than pouring water. Kern gave the following I tip to would-be composers: "Keep working You may work] all day and think you've got nothing from it, but the j chances are you have gotten something—a note, a bar, here and there, which some day you will find a use for." Ben Hecht was born in Racine. Wise, and a: 18 vat an acrobat. one of the leaders of the Nalurei Karta. 'he fanatWfl Orthodox party in Israel which refuses to recog! /e the State of Israel before the Messiah comes, was onci wruie ; living in New York, a blatant atheist. Later he gtaj religion. I irmer Gov. Dewey of New York once tang in t Jewish temple choir in New York City James Waterman Wise, son of Rahni Stephen Wue,| is now an art dealer in Paris. Bernard G. Richards, who runs the Jewish Informatiot Service says the prize query he got was a postcard >ayinfc "Please tell me what the Jewish religion is?" The writer! did not enclose a postcard for reply. Dr. Chaim Weizmann was one of 15 children Benny Goodman comes of a poor Jewish family I "Imago and got his first music lessons free at a Jewisk] synagogue center. Eleazar Lipsky. author of the "Kiss of Death'' tidj other thrillers, got a good deal of his source material whibj serving as assistant district attorney of New York City That Harry Schermanc founder of the Book of ti*i Month Club, responsible for selling more hard-cover books j than any other man. at one time worked on the American Hebrew with lui Lipsky. Scherman was trying to be j a writer himself in those days, but according to him. a one would buy his short stones, to he switched to advaf-] Using. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Agency Reevaluates Ties to Political Parties THE QUESTION as to whether the re organized Jewish Agency in tl..COUntrj should approve allocations for welfare programs of political parties hi I may be rocon tenured A t| committee of the reconstituted Jewish ej is now engaged in studying tail 'ion The .lewis), Agencj I lad to discontinue these allocations at of the end of 1960 This decision was taken because the Agenev found it increasingly difficult to explain to some American J.ws that political parties in Israel, for historical reasons, as sumed welfare functions and actually conduct welfare pro grams. The picture lends itself to a change now that Isador Lubin, the noted American economist, has become the representative in Israel of the reorganized Jewish Agency in New York. As consultant of the reconstituted Jewish Agency.. Dr. Lubin will be in a position to check on how the allocations made by the Jewish Agency in this bountrj arc lung spent in Israel. He will thus also be in a posilion to check on the p whether allocations to political parties for welfare P'* grams are actually being spent for the purpose for wlw-j' they are earmarked. Hit recommendations on toil • ,ub *~ if favorable—would, therefore, leave no doubt in U mindt of American Jewish givers that the political partie %  POnd the allocations on no other activities but provwjl —i c*.-aa fm Such way, .... %  ie>iuii


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HL.SIJCMIIIE the (j\/ c ovnan s "World The Jack Tatelmans home from New York First, they visited their daughter's home in Manhasset. L.I. Harold and Bunny Mazar have three cute ones, Mark Jay, Brian Keith, and Terri Lyn Then on to their son's family, Harvey and Claire Tatelman. and their moppets, Hal and Jeffrey ... Back in Bay Harbor, they were greeted on their return by adorable Kenny and Linda Tate, children of Stanley and Joni Stan's a Bay Harbor Islands councilman Philip and Lucia Grenwald relaxing at home this summer Eddie is at Camp Nebagamon in North Wisconsin — Mugs Lorber's place... Joan and her mother, Rena E^gnatz. off to see the sights It's a grand tour of places they've never visited — Los Angeles, Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon by air, and then a motor tour up the California coast for a stay in San Francisco They're due back ten days before Joan returns to Smith, where she'll be a senior The Paul Barnetts have company, Jane Kaset. of Chattanooga, who'll be going to the University of Alabama in the fall She's having a grand time with Suzanne Barnett. getting suntans and all. > ca Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Freedman return to New York this weekend after a two-week visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Freedman, of 12800 Ixora Circle, Keystone Point ... Beach Optical exec Walter Vollweiler and his Mrs. on vacation up North ... Aaron Fair and his Myra off to New York for a few days of doing the Big Town prior to embarking Aug. IS on the American Export Lines' SS Atlantic for a one-month cruise, with eight countries as ports of call Highlight will be a stay in Israel, where Myra expects to look into the activities of National Council of Jewish Women there Notes to friends from Mrs. Oida Rubin, honorary president of the Greater Miami chapter, American Friends of the Hebrew University, describing a recent national meeting at the organization's new University House, featuring Philip N. Klutznick and Sen. Herbert Lehman Oida due to stay in New York through the summer at 523 Park ave. ... Now that Hy and Juliet (Oshlag) Lieber's newest grandchild is born, they can continue with their plans for a four-week trip to the Ear East. They'll be leaving Seattle — a long way off from their Phoenix, Ariz, home — on Aug. 20 for Tokyo Itinerary' also in eludes Kong Kong and Macao New arrival, incidentally is Edward Jacob, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene (Fran) Gendlin, who arrived July 29 in Madison, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris writing friends from the Galle Face hotel in Colombo, Ceylon The couple report it's all very much like Miami Beach, with coconut trees and beaches, "but a poor place for tailors,'' because "men wear skirts instead of pants — in fact, all they do is wrap a bed sheet around them" .. Dr. and Mrs. George Balbcr and their two older children back from a teiwiay vacation in New York The trip was a combined confirmation gift for daughter Susan and Bar Mitzvah gift for son Eric. .. Friends of Lou and Syd Margulies have switched their wintervisiting to the summer season Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Donsky, of Gotham Town, at the Fontainebleau hotel, and enjoying this time of year just as much .. Mrs. Juliet Burk, of Nashville. Tenn.. due to become a Beachite—especially since son Morris and his family live here. Lucy and Dan (Sandra Post Shops) Herman are glad to be back after a tour through Europe .. Iner Krensky seen doing her last-mtnute shopping She sailed last Wednesday'from New York Itinerary: Italy, France, and the High Holy Days in Israel... This year. Bertha Holtsberg decided she wasn't going to cook tier own anniversary dinner ... So she and husband Max invited their immediate family for a weekend at the Montmartre hotel to help them celebrate 20 years of wedded bliss Bertha's the talented brain behind the beautiful plant arrangements sold at the Mt. Sinai Gilt Shop ... It was a real surprise for Dr and Mrs. Jules Greenhouse when they arrived at the Eden Roc on Wednesday Their daughter. Mrs. Donald Block, had arranged a party in honor of their wedding anniversary, and guests included Miami Beach City Manager Morris and Mrs. Lipp, and City Councilman Kenneth and Mrs. Oka Sightseeing in New York with a teen-ager will be fun for Harry and Leona August, who are taking daughter Elaine for her first Gotham Town visit Then they'll fly to the coast, motor up and down the countryside, and wind up at Las Vegas. .Judge Irving Cypen and his Hazel writing from Lordsburg, N. Mex., on their way to a visit with family in California .eWith them in their air-conditioned stationwagon are the Cypens' five children... Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Laskey, of Coral Gables, off for a month's vacation in Blowing Rock. N.C„ While their son, Danny, camps nearby Mrs. Gersain (Muriel) Giterman. of Palm Springs. Hialeah. and children, David and Bonnie Lee, en route to Cleveland, Owhere they will visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Raiz. — Mr. and Mrs Charles Charcowsky, 525 W. 28th st., in New York, accompanied by Viola's daughter. Miss Ruth Platt, who has been visiting here for the past two months, and Miss Tamara Schachter, an Israeli student at the University of Miami under the sponsorship of the Charcowsky* ... The couple recently set up a reciprocal scholarship travel expense fund for Miss Diane Margel. of Miami Beach, to study at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem Jeanette Richman back from visiting her mother in Chicago, Mrs. Bessie Sachs, who just celebrated her 80th birthday %  Jerry and Betty Lelchuk being different They're staying at home for a wonderful vacation while Steven is at Camp Blue Star It's a combined business-pleasure trip to New York for Irving and Dorothy Rothman ... Sam and Gale Berlin in New York to see the shows they couldn't take in last time Then off to California to visit Sam's daughter, whose husband is Norman Lessing. former director of the Chevy Show starring Walter Slezak From California, the Berlins are planning on a stop-over In Las Vegas and a side trip to Mexico Also off South of the Border: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mann, who Continued en Pe* 5-B UewwJslliL Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, August 12, 1960 Section B BBW Plan Labor Day Weekend B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will hold their third annual Labor Day weekend affair at the Shelborne hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Herbert Ho'ken is in charge of arrangements as chairman. Mrs. Betty Birchansky, the organization's president, announced the following women as members of the committee: Mesdames Herbert Heiken, Louis Alexander, Max Heiken, Risa Engel, and Dorothy Alpert. Mrs. Birchansky also serves as a committee member. The weekend runs from Sept. 3 through 5, and includes two breakfasts or brunches, two dinners, a cocktail party on the final evening, and two nights of entertainment. Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah will inaugurate the 1960-61 season with meetings scheduled beginning Aug. 22. Mrs. Fred Jonas (right), newly-installed president of the chapter, here takes over from Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, outgoing president, and will preside at the Aug. 22 gathering. Women's JWVIn Convention National Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. has launched a "Peace through Medicine" drive to alert peoples throughout t h e world to the importance of mutual cooperation in the field of medicine and health. In a statement ay me national president, Mrs. Pearl Goldhagen, of Cincinnati, O., at the 33rd national convention, JWVA pointed out the "disease and illness are not confined by national boundaries. The time has come for peoples of all nationalities to recognize that their first obligation to humanity is to rout out disease and illness which afflict all peoples, regardless of race, religion or nationality." The JWVA is meeting here in conjunction with the 86th annual convention of the Jewish War Veterans at the Deauville hotel. JWVA has, since 1948, supplied the latest medical equipment to Grossinger Library Unveiled By Special Report REHOVOTH, Israel — The Asher Selig and Malke Grossinger Memorial Library named for the parents of noted M'ami Beach and New York hotelwoman Jennie Grossinger, who founded the world-renowned Grossinger's, N. Y.. was formally dedicated in its new premises at the Weizmann Institute of Science here on July 28, by Abba Eban, president of the Weizmann Institute and Minister of Education and Culture in the Israel Government. The library, which is on the b'ological sciences, is the largest single collection in any one subject to have been assembled in the Weizmann Institute's Central Wix Library, and the most important collection of its kind in the country. Mrs. Gross'ngers friends have supported the project since its inception in 1948. The ceremony took place in the main hall of the Wix Central Library, where an impressive plaque was unveiled. the Tel Hashomer Hospital in Israel in the hope that it would be used not only by Israelis, but by people throughout the Middle East. In citing the effectiveness of this program) Mrs. Goldhagen pointed to the fact that number of people throughout the Middle East, nonJews, have been sucessfully treated at the hospital. She cited a recent case of a citizen from Cyprus who had come to the Tel Hashomer Hospital totally blind. Through the advanced medical knowledge and equipment available at Tel Hashomer, the individual returned to his home completely cured. Mrs. Goldhagen pointed out that JWVA is stepping up its drive for new equipment for the Tel Hashomer Hospital, and is urging other nations in the Middle East to take advantage of its medical knowledge and facilities as a step toward peace. Monday, the National Ladies' Auxiliary made a presentation to American Children's Home, Haven School of Mentally Retarded, and County Children's Home. Mizrachi Women Hear Reports Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi Women met Wednesday, and heard an address by Mrs. Louis Wald, honorary national vie* president of the organization. Also on the program were Mrs. Ida Wessel, Mrs. Helen Pollock, and Mrs. I. D. Eisenstein. who recently returned from a tour of Israel. They reported on Mizrachi facilities in the Jewish State, among them the Ranana Children's Vdlage and Mosad Aliyah. The organization meets again Sept. 14. Renowned newscaster Gabriel Heatter will be guest speaker at the meeting scheduled for the Miami Beach Federal bldg., 407 Lincoln rd. Second Annual Barbecue Robyn Tubin chapter of the City of Hope will hold its second annual barbecue at Greynolds Park on Sunday. Site it, next to the Rock Shelter at 22nd ave. and 183rd St., No. Miami. Time is 6 p.m. Mrs. James Dispoto is ticket chairman Mrs. Albert Matz is chairman of the barbecue. Bikur Cholim Meeting Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home will meet Wednesday noon at the Algiers hotel. Business session will be followed by an afternoon of cards. THereth Israel Picnic Congregation of Tifereth Israel will hold a picnic at Crandon Park on Sunday, 10 a.m., at Pit 6, Parking Lot 2. Arriving for the 33rd annual national gathering of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary of the United States are (left to right) Bertha Samuels, past president and convention chairman; Pearl Boldbogen, national president; and Jessie Gneshin. past national president and executive director of the gathering. The women's body is meeting simultaneously with the 65th national convention of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Headquarters for both are at the Deauville hotel.



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Page 8-B fJenisi! thrkJian Friday, fi I Beth David Men Elect Bert Sher Btrt Sher, long-time active member of Beth David Congregation, baa bet elected ] resident of the congregation's Men's ciub. Also elected ;it :i recent meeting were Manuel Lutfel, flrkf vice president; Dr. Monis Kleiman, Mcond vice president; Irving Rosen. treasurer; and Bernard Segal, secretary. Two-year board members are David Alterman. Sheldon Kay. Harold Berne; Ifoe Atk'ns, Sam Badam Michael Covin, Judge Milton Friedman. Max Jacobson, Max Handshu, Leonard Wolf, Man rice Hyman. Archie Mendel-on, Sam Ostrowsky, Bob Puriach, Henry Rosengarten, FrankRose, (ins 6 i nd Artie Kravitz. Currentlj -serving board mem l • i Edw ard Avedon, Herman Bonn. Kanter, \r ti r Rosinek, Stanley Tinter, Bam Waxman, and William Weiner. In acceptinf presidency of Beth David Ment Club, Sher announced that "togetherness" will be stressed as theme of the organization. Program chairman of the club last year. Sher said that this \ear's activities will continue in the areas of religion, culture, social, Blood Bank, community service, and bowling. u gust 12, n Legion Sessions For Chaplains Special work-hopwill be eon ducted tor all American Legion Post chaplainat the national con vention scheduled to be held in Miami Beach in mid (H-lubvr.^U-u .i the City Council of No. Miami Beach and h.iserved as chairman for the the planning and tteea He is also a charter member of the No Miami "I the Knights of Py : bias HRES Academy Expects Peak Registration The Greater Miami Hebrew I Academy anticipates a total en rollment of more than 330 students for the coming school year. B I. Binder, president, announced Mon day. This figure is based on the rate of applications being received daily by the Board of Admissions. Samuel Reinhard. vice president of the Academy, is board chairman. Th* Academy maintains, a com1 plete nursery, kindergarten, elementary and junior high depart rnant in the main building. The Loui$ Merwitier High School will be started this yaar with a 10th grade.' The North Dade Branch for the first grade will again be held at the Young Israel bids;.. 990 NE l~lsl st.. No. Miami Beach. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, said that the registration peak of 330 students will be reach Bd before the opening of school on I Sept. 6. TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Prime Minister David Ben -Cm ion retreated slightly, at a meeting with a group of American Labor Zionist leaders, from his frequently stated contention that there was no longer an) distinction between Zionists and non Zionist-. One of his guests asked him whether, in view of histand on the issue, it would not be adviable |o give up the Labor Zionist movement and for the visitors to slop being Labor Zionists. The Prime Minister re-ponded: "Mo! Just do more.'' He appeared delighted that so many young persons were at the helm of the U.S. Labor Zionist movement. The informal session took place at Mr. Ben-Curion's office at the Defense Ministry. Previously, the group met with Former Prime Minister Moshe Sharett to discuss Americans in Israel. Mr. Sharett told the visitors that he had initiated the introduction of legislation to amend Israel civil service regulation it. I end a requirement of le-Jl oaths for government potilirJ which would be retained onlyfZ certain vital posts. Since Israel -pecial. I of country with -,., cial kinds, proPlems. there | 1() force such rulethat could harm." Mr. Sharett said place needless obstacle, in th. path of integration^ He ad that many such probli find their solution eventually. This was understood to be a erence to a rule which requti, civil servants to sign a loyal oath. Such an act is contrary to I United States Constitution many Americans are. therefor barred from taking governn positions, except on special ,„, tracts. 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T "dfewish Floridian Combining THE JtVflM UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY folume 33 —• Number 33 Miami, Florida. Friday. August 12, 1960 Two Section* — Price 204 ongo Refugees Broke on Arrival in Rhodesia FANTASTIC PICTURE FOR HISTORY \lsrael Pledges Utmost {Scrupulousness in Trial Of Ex-Nazi Murderer ACCOtO WITH ARGENTINA •A6I J-A LONDON—— Israel is conscious of the fact that the eyes of e world are upon her and is anxious to act with scrupulous fairness d justice in the case of Adolf Eichmann. Dr. Pinhas Rosen. Israel mister of Justice, said this week in an exclusive interview with the ndon Daily Mail. The paper, which devoted nearly* ( column, to the trial, said that wrprhwl th falr fnmUn ^ Rosen s description of how the sal was to.be organized presented fantastic picture for future his nans." The article reported that the hal would be held in Jerusalem's pw Hall of Culture or Bet Haam nd that workmen were on the job ly and night rushing completion the edifice in time for the trials. Rosen was quoted as declaring first-aid station would be built igside the courtroom to provide atment for those affected by the tuesome exhibits and the appall|g nature of some of the testimony be presented during the proceeuThe Minister of Justice declared that Eichmarm's family was paying the coat ef his de f en s e. 4e described as "all rubbish" reports that Eichmann was awakened every four hours each night •nd that Ms cell was kept conktantly brilliantly illuminated. "I kon't knew whether Eichmann is he is receiving," Dr. Rosen said, "but he dees net complain." The Justice Minister emphasized Israel's desire to act with serupu lous fairness and justice. "You may reassure everyone that there is no question of brainwashing or unfair treatment. Eichmann is too clever to become a victim of brainwashing. Nor could such measures be possible here. It Israel to make any such suggestion," he declared. Meanwhile, it was reported in Jerusalem that Soviet bloc countries are displaying a negative attitude toward Israel's request to .provide material on Adolf Eichmann, notorious Nazi leader'who directed the killing of 6.000,000 Jews in Europe, in connection with this forthcoming trial here. While several East European countries had earlier expressed publicly their willingness to give Continued en Page I A Eichmann Archives Found In Washington Warehouse By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON — West German kar crimes investigators have ound the "complete file" of Nazi IS. Col. Adolf Elchmana's Jewish Iquidation quarters and have uncovered documents spelling out the far crimes guilt of many other Jazis who may now be brought to trial. The Eichmann files and a mass M evidence incriminating other Jazis were located here in various warehouses and in the archives of r he Library of Congress by a West Jerman investigating team that tiad permission to search for the tissing Nazi records. The Eichmann files were found in a huge and poorly catalogued mess ef documents captured in Germany by the American forces and brought here after the war. The Germane indicated thet the material will be turned over to Israel far use in preparing for the forthcoming trial of Eichmann there en cherges of crimes against the Jewish people and crimes against humanity. Announcement of the discovery was made here at a press conference at the German Embassy by Erwin Schuele. head of the West German Central Office for Prosecution of Nazi War Crimes, a co operative bureau maintained by the justice ministries of the various West German states. Schuele was granted permission Continued en Page 7-A Ot. fMANVft NtUMAMN .. "parent nmlity" Board of S. Africa Jews Cites Big Housing Need; Situation Declared 'Fluid' JOHANNESBURG—(JTA)—Jewish refugees from the Congo reached safety in the Copperbelt area of Rhodesia with only the clothes they wore and required immediate aid. according to reports submitted to the South African Jewish Board of Deputies this week. Namie Phillips, president of the* Board, described the relief measures to aid the refugees as soon as they crossed the border into Rhodesia. Gustav Saron, general secretary of the Board, rushed to the area to cooperate with the RhoNeumann Rejects Claim There is No Jewish Vote By Special Report NEW YORK — Dr. E m a n u e I Neumann, honorary president of the Zionist Organization of Amer* ^J a ^r_ W *** -** ••emberof t h e Jewish Agency Executive, termed assertions by some Jewish spokesmen •hat "there is no Jewish vote" as "inaccurate and misleading." The Zionist leader asserted that "the Jewish vote is an unorganized but potent real'ty." and that "American Jews are in this respect no different than other groups of citizens making up the American electorate." Dr. Neumann spoke this week at a rocoption tendered him by the Zjonist Organisation ef America at the Hotel Piorre on the occasion of his recent return from plenary meetings of the Jewish Agency Executive in Jerusalem, and the European Conference of General Zionists held in Antwerp, Belgium. Dr. Neumann, as president of the World Confederation of General Zionists, also visited other European countries where he conferred with top leaders of Zionist Organizations there. Speak ; ng on the issues of the current American election campaign. Dr. Neumann said: "Recently, as in other election years, some Jewish spokesmen have announced to the world that there is no Jewish vote. It baffles me to understand why such gratuitous pronouncements are made. The Jewish vote is an unorganized but potent reality. Assertions to the contrary are inaccurate and misleading and convince nob'dy — least of all practical politicians and molders of public opinion." Dr. Neumann voiced the view that The reactions of American Jews to specific situations and issues are influenced by the-r own Continued on Peg* 7-A desian Jewish community and the Israel Consulate is arranging aid. The United Jewish Appeal of South Africa made substantial funds available for the work. The first requirement, Phillips reported, was to house me-refuooos in Rhodesia or South Africa. The "most pathetic" of the refugees, he said, were the Egyptian Jews who had left their homes as victims of the Nasser regime, and were now left homeless once again He praised Chief Rabbi Moshe Lev! of Elisabethville, who refused to leave Ms post until assured then no member of his community remained in danger, and lauded the South African government for keeping the door open to the refugees. (Rabbi Levi arrived in Tel Aviv Continued en Page 9-A SPOTLIGHT ON HAH MONGERS Battery of Resolutions Faces Jewish War Vets MIAM1AN CANDIDATE KLUTZNKK ON U.S. PCUCT PACE 2-A PACE 3 A; RIO MENACi ... PA6I t-A The Jewish War Veterans of the United States will be asked Saturday, in substance, to approve a statement of policy which modifies the general policy of applying the "quarantine" treatment to a hate monger. The statement points out that the Jewish War Veterans "does not believe, as some others do, that a* policy of persistent attacks on the hate monger makes him grow bigger through the glare of publicity. This may be true in some instances, but is not applicable to every case." The question will be raised at a session of the 85th annual national convention meeting at the Deauville hotel. Some 1,500 delegates from throughout the nation launched the convention here Sunday. General Blamed for Holy City Loss JERUSALEM —(JTA)— Israelis bad a sensational new topic of discussion this week with the publication of charges by Dr. Dov Joseph. | governor of besieged Jerusalem during the War of Liberation, that errors by the military commander. I Brig. David Shaltiel, had been reI sponsible for the loss to the JorIdanians of the Jewish quarter of I the Old City of Jerusalem. The charges were contained in Dr. Joseph's memoirs, published this week. The writer also hit Moshe Sharett, then Foreign Minister, asserting that he had been overly scrupulous in observing UN instructions and orders, although the Arabs were disregarding them. The Herut Party immediately demanded a parliamentary inquiry committee. Dr. Joseph asserted in his book that the Old City could have been held. He charged that "one of the fundamental mistakes of Shaltiel was that he failed to apprise the civilian authorities of the true state ef affairs. "He never indicated how grave was the situation of the Jewish Continued en Page 3-A "Whatever minimum support a hate monger may have gained from Jewish War Veterans' exposure," the policy statement pointed out, "it has been offset by public condemnation of the individual or group which has Inevitably followed." "Nor has the Jewish War Veterans been too much concerned by the complaints of those civil libertarians who have protested that the Constitutional Rights of hate mongers have been violated. The civil libertarians project the hypothetical fear, not proven by experience, that at some future date, the civil liberties and civil rights of Jews as a minority will be similarly denied." The statement points out that "the Jewish War Veterans is opposed to the idea of permitting hate mongers to preach genocide and cloak themselves in the Constitution of the U.S. as protection for such views, particularly when, as Continued on Page 6-A %  J



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Friday. Augtut 12. I960 • Jewlst)Fkricflan Page 7-A Left to light are J. Gerald Lewis, Dr. Mark Cirlin, and Lester Goldstein, as the new bloodmobile is presented to Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mt. Sinai Gets New Bloodmobile A now bloodmobile. presented to Ml Sinai Hospital Blood Bank last week, has been equipped with a re IT Relation system to make the mobile unit fully operative. The additional gift also came irom the Bayshore Exchange Club of Miami Beach. J. Gerald Lewis, president of. Mt. Sinai Hospital board of trustees, who accepted the gifts from Bayshore Exchange Club vice pres ident Lester Goldstein, termed the double donation "a generous gesture which will enable Mt. Sinai to serve the Greater Miami community with added efficiency." The new bloodmobile. a half-ton Danel truck, will be used by Dr. Mark Cirlin. head of the Blood Bank since 1949. to pick up contri butions stored at Mt. Sinai Hospital and available as needed by patients throughout the area. EARN 10% EXCELLENT FIRST MORTGAGES AVAILABLE • Monthly Payments • Completely Serviced • Title Insured CAPITAL INVESTMENT CO. 2303 W. Flagler Street Miami 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SUITE 602 MEMBER DADE COUNTY and MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER Of COMMERCE LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA BY APPOINTMENT ONLY PHONE MUrray 5-2544 Jewish Vote' Is No Fiction, Zionist Asserts Continued from Pago 1-A backgrounds, traditions and sentiments," adding that "this is both | normal and legitimate in any democracy." The Zionist leader further emphasized: "Certain H is that no ono can command or 'deliver' the Jewish vote. Nor can their support of any party bo taken for granted. It must be courted and won, as is the case with other recognized groups of the American electorate." In his address, Dr. Neumann also dwelt on the baOM that will confront the forthcoming 63rd annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, to be held at the Hotel Statler Hilton on Aug. 25 to 28. He maintained that "American Zionists must be vitally concerned not only with Israel, but also win the major problems of Jewish life on the American scene," pointing out that one of such major problems which will be dealt with at the convention will be the establishment of a truly representative body to speak on behalf of the American Jewish community as a whole. "The Council of Presidents," Dr. Neumann sa ; d. "has been a useful and successful step in that direction, though it is strictly limited in scope." He voiced the hope that "American Jews have matured sufficiently to envisage the formation of an all-inclusive body of wider scope and on a more permanent basis." He further maintained that "it would enhance the stature of our community and contribute to the effectiveness of its collective effort in all fields of Jewish endeavor." Eichman Archives Found In Storage Continued from Pago 1-A to search here for documents that might provide evidence against Eichmann and other war criminals. The German investigator, who began his research in Washington three weeks ago, said he now had the records of Eichmann's notorious "Section IV-B-4" of the Gestapo, the Nazi sent here. This office controlled the liquidation of Jews throughout German occupied territories. Schuele reported that ho had found a mats of "immensely valuable" document* stored in warehouse* here and in the Library of Congress archives. American authorities apparently, in all the years since World War II, did not conduct a very thorough research of the war crimes material. Schuele and his aide, Kurt Hinrichsen, expect to spend as much as'ten more weeks here exploring the mountain of material they have uncovered. Already, many documents have been found to prove the guilt of several other Nazi criminals who face trial in West Germany. He declined to identify these Nazis. The German researchers avoided criticism of American authocities but could not conceal their amazement that, in the many years since the war, the Eichmann material and other data about the liquidation of the Jews by the Nazi regime had remained buried here. Young Adults to Meet Young Adults of Congregation Yehude Moshe will meet Tuesday evening at the congregation, 10690 W. Dixie hwy. The group features social and cultural activities, including dances, swim barbecues, picnics, bowling and roller-skating. Eligible are men and women between 18 and 28. OPEN 24 HOURS and All-Day Sunday 5300 N.W. 27th Avenue UFE-SRUEr Siluertouin SEALS PUNCTURES PERMANENTLY NAIL IN Ol OUT. A patented sealant inside the LIFESAVER grips a nail as it punches through the tire walL When the nail is removed, the sealant follows it into the bole making an air-tight repair. NYLON CONSTRUCTION for the maximum in bruise blowout protection. 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iday. August 12. 1960 LEGAL NOTICE -JewlstirhrkRan Page 11-A NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K,,ri. %  !• IS HEREBY OIVEN thai I, mi"' rslgned, de-it Inn to engage In T in l r lli* fictitious nuimI.I [.DING COMPANY ... n.,d.. i„h I Ida :nt. 'Mil li. resist. nr with III-' Clerk i.f the Circuit IMI. i 'muiD Florida Mil TON S. Kin I i SIDNEY RASKIN I MK Bl'SH Utol.D C.IMI-I | '..i Applicants n Bldg. rWtM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE JlTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND IFOR D*OE COUNTY. FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY. No. SOC S890 [•SI I AN >HN ZOBENH A. iff. INK '/ %  • >HBNHCA. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION MM: KOBBNIC \ I i, %  .nl ml ( %  Iceland Avenue Detroit, Michigan pop AUK HEREBY nonfied that a liI..1111 for A nn ilm.n • and' baa been filed against you i.u .if required to nerve a BOD] Iyoui \n'*i*i or other pleading on kintiff's Attorney. Ml I. T O N A UKI'MAN. Mil Aln.-ley Building. I orlda, and file the original Plrt the Clerk of the Court on or bathe ""Hi .day of Auiuat, I860 or in. lit by 'default will he taken klnst VOU bATED thla 21st day of July. IK0. [Miami Dad* County, Florlila. K R I.EATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court I >ade I i.iintv. Florida K• I B) K M. I.YMAN Deputy Clerk ll.T" >N A FRIEDMAN V. ti. foi Plaintiff I: Ainslej Building • ml 32, Fla — PR l-564 7/. J/5-12-19 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN CHANQERY. No.'eOC S972 |:z J< iNKS. 'I.Ill JYSSEH I'i.NKS. % %  -i I.mt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ful II.YSNES JUNKS. .,,1 lr.-s un fcn. are hereby notified that a l Nvoroe ii >a been Nlad ) i IU, and you are rajq itred to ipj of \..iir Answer t" the ii|.iaihi m tinPlaintiffs Attorney, rjKRY Hol'SEN i ne BnlldFl.ulda. anil t.. file the tmtu % % %  the office of the Clark of circuit Court on or baforc UM ..f A ISuat, IS*" In default of ih the i 'unplalnt will be taken a* f %  Hjpatnat you FATED Jill) 8, l0. at Miami, II. In E. r! I.KATHERMAN i '1. rk .f the Circuit Court .li B> -• IcopKLAND. I NJDUt) Clerk 7/29. 8/.-.-12-1H BY HrvNftY LEONARD ^NUAY y SCHOOL CLA^ \yyu. LEGAL NOTICE 'Didn't th grown-ups vr do anything?" Cn.r /Ml, LMNM fill*.. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME-LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engaaain business under the fictitious name of CAUSEWAY INN it ISM North Baal 113rd Street. North Miami, Florida Intend* to register said name with the Clan "f tinCircuit Court of bade 'iiinitN Florida J. J. J !N wan Irnpoaed, will apply for cJemeno to the btata Board of Pardona, Tal'ahassee, Florida, at ita next rritilar meeting. through and by his undersigned attornev of record. OINii P NEGEETTI a/12-ls-M. 9'2-!-l-::i-30. 10/7-14 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN CHANCERY. No. )C 6943 lltY ANNEC. .MIKKol.A. I'll tillff, .MBRT. MIKKOI.A. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION '"I. IALMKR T. MIKKOI.A. Cerro oriioration, Cerro da Pasco. ii. are required to file your UaWOr Ihi complaint for divorce with the l^k of the above Court "d nerve a thereof upon Clno P. Negrettl. t" 1-ia-ll Concresa RulMlng. Imi. Florida, on or before Aucuat I960, or elaa complaint will be n an r.nfeased. Dated thla Jlat • Iu .. I960. K It I.KATBKI1.MAN Clerk of the Mn nit Court Kv C. I. ALEXANDER. 1 >eput> i Mark 7/. H/i-12-19 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT [IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 490B2-C RE: Katate of K.MANl Kl. OOLPBTEIN, alao known a MANNY COI.DKN Daceaaad. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml Credltora and All PeraonH Hav* Maim*, or Demanda Againat Said l-ite: fou are hereby notified and requlro prevent any claims and demanda i-h you mav have againat the eaof EMVNIKI. C.< H.DSTKIN. alao Iwn aa MANNY (Kil.HKN daceaaad \ of l)ade County. Florida, to tbe Jnty Judfaa of Dade County, and the aame In their offlcea In the |nty Courthouae in Dade Count*. da, within eight calendar months the date of the flrat publication Kit. or the aame will he barred. ANNA GOLDSTEIN Executrix pNO N\ I'll ANSI IN tirnev i Meridian Avenue ii Peach Florida 7/29. *75-lI-l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 6371 LEWIS EDWIN HOOKHl'LTZ, Plaintiff. VS. JUDITH ANN HOOKHL'LTZ. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JUDITH ANN BOOKHl'LTZ c/o E. Q. 8E1TZ. Route 36. PunxMitawnev, Pennaylvanla You. JUDITH ANN BOOKHl'LTZ. are heieby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce and Amendment nna been filed agalnet'you. and you are required to earve a copy of your Anawer or Plendlng to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. HOWARD B. RK1SS, 1140 NE. 163rl Sir-et. North Miami Beach, Florida Florida Corporation, and file the original Anawer or PleadPlaintiff. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUOOE't COURT IN ANdFOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 50177-C IN RE: Eatate of PETER PAIL IR.SA. Deceased. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ADMINISTRAT ON UPON ESTATE OF PERSON BELIEVED TO BE DEAD TO WHOM IT MAY (-ONCER*.': WHEREAS, ANNA D. IRSA ha> filed a Petition for Administration 1'nn.ceaaary oF PETER PAUL 1R8A. a peraon believed to be dead: evident-. will he presented before the Honorable OBORUB T CLARK, at hla officein the Dinle Count. Court 11. .use. Miami. Florida, at 11:00 A.M. on the 30th da) •f August. 1960 at which time UM I'ourt will hear evidence concerning the alleged abseiu-e of the supin.se,I %  I dant and the circumstances and duration thereof. Anyone having any evidence as t" the hereabouts of the said PETER PACI. IRSA should lipresent and present auch evidence at ouch lime and place. Dated thia 20th day of Julv. 1 !>60 H. ROBERT KOLTN'OW Attorney for ANNA D. IRSA 629 Weat Flagler Street Miami, Florida 7/2J-29, H/.1-I2 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTI.K IS HEREBY GIVEN that tlie partnerahlp heretofore exlatlng be twaen IMiRorilY l( HCHMELZ and RICHARD K l-oPKI.I., under the fictitious name and atvle of BTUDIO Oh' CERAMICS, lo.-ale, | ,,t :::t:s c.rul Way, Miami. Florida, was dlsaolvad nr limn.,i oonaent, on the Mth da) of llllle. fJOROTHY P. (TH.VWI* haswlthdrawn from .mil haa ceased to I.. ited in the carrylna on of said bualneaa, and RICHARD K POPEJLL ill hereafter carry on aald bualneaa and he Is entitled to all of Hie gj including all del.Is due to sal.I pan tierahip. and lias aastlBlad and nil pa) all outstanding bualneaa obligations of STUDIO oi" CERAMICS l.i..'.,'..re "ii.l heteaflei Incurred laiRDTHY It Si Ml M KI.Z RliMIARD K PoPKI.I. x/r.-i2-i i-2u ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisti Fkrirfirir solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates iHai 11. :iiiior, for messenger service IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 60C 871 IN RE ADOPTION or OART LEONARD MARTIN, a minor, by ALBERT RIVTH NOTICE BY PUBLICATION — Of — PETITION FOR ADOPTION Ti > Carl George Martin 6S5 Eaatlawn Street i leneva, Ohio Yt H ARE HKREFtY NOTIFIED that i Petition has been filed In the aboves.vled Court by ALBERT ROTH for the adoption of OARY LEONARD MARTIN, a minor, b) the Petition-r. ALBERT ROTH, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or obje. tions to show cause why said Petition ahould not be granted, on tlie attnrnevs for Petitioner, Tallanoff ft Waller. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and, file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before August 22. IM0. HEREIN FAIL NOT, or n Decree Pro Confeaao will be entered agalnat you. WITNESS my -hand and seal of aald Court in Miami, Dane County. Florida, thia 18th day of July. I960. O. P. I.EATHERMAN i "lerk of aaid Court I -eal I By; R H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. 7/22-2*. S/S-12 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVHN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PEN WOLF COMPANY it 1404 M.W. First street, Miami, Fla intends to register said name with the Clerk of tlie Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida, HEN Wol.F SAMIELR. STARK Attornev for Applicant 7'22-29. 8/5-11 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that reigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan E B ASSOCIATES at 1144 S.W :,th Sire.-t. Miami, Florida Intends to regi-tetsaid name with the Clerk" of thi • 'ourt of I I.I i.. • unt) Florida EARL rJORWON WEINKI.E A KE88LBR Attorney! for Karl Robson Si4 Seybold Huilding Miami U, Florida I -12-19-245 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEE QBE VENDING at Dade County. Florida Intend to reglater aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT BRAUN AARON GOLOSMITH Bole Owners 7/22-29. 8/.-.-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. flOC 6807 S F1NLEY Bl'IE. INC.. a IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 47SS5 ESTA r-E OF BERNARD FLIASHN1CK 1 ICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE %  OTICE Is herabv given that we • filed our final report ml petition Final Discharge as Bgecutors of .f BERNARD FL1ASH[K deceased; am. that on the lat .f September, ItcA w wl appl> Ihe li IBM il'.CK T CI.ARK liity Jiiiine of Dade County. Fl ]approval of said f 1 '' nJ final discharge as Exec ttors of I!B22 .ng In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the gvtll da) of August. I9S0. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. Thla notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI-OIUI'IAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thia 2".th day of luly. AD 196tl. E. B 1.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida tseal) B) K. M I.YMAN, l)eputy Clark HOWARD S KEISS 114 NE. 163rd Street North Mliml Beach Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 7/29. S'S-12-19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. SOC 70S2 ARI.ENE KRAMER I.ANZETTA. Plaintiff. %  ___ fCNATIl'S A. LANZETTA. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IONATIL'8 A. LANZKTTA 716 East Grand Boulevard Detroit, Michigan You. IONATH'8 A. LANZETTA. are hereby notified that a B1U of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you, and you are required to aerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading; to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. WEINBTEIN ft WEINSTEIN, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 39. Florida and/ file th original Anawer or PleadingIn the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 29th day of Auguat, 1M0. If you fall to do ao. Judgment bv default will be taken agalnat you for the relief demanded la the Hill of Complaint Thla notice shall be publiahed once • a, li week for four consecutive weeks In THE .ll-rwisn Fl-oRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. KVwO^ ~*f*y 26th day of July, AD. IN. Clerk. ALBERT JOHNSON and CLF.oTHA W. .loll.NSo.N. his wife, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ALBERT JOHNSON and CLBOTHA W. JOHNSON, hia wife. Defendants c/o Kate R. Johnson 1847 Plneanona Avenue Macon, Georgia Yol" ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint to Foreclose the First Mortgage on the following described real property, '.o-wit: Lot Seventeen (17) in Block Twentynine <2) of THIRD ADDITION TO RICHMOND HEIGHTS ESTATES, according to.the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 68 at Page 14. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida, together with all the 1mF rovements located thereon, and all urnlture, furnishings, fixtures and equipment contained therein, has bean filed against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer or other pleading to Plaintiffs Comp'aint on the Plaintiffs Attorney. EDWARD 8. RESNICK. 940 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the lth day of August. A.D., 1960. If you fall to do so. Judgment by Default will be taken agalnat you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. THIS NOTICE ahall be publiahed once each week for four consecutive. weeks. In The Jewish Florldlan. Dated thialth day of July. A.D.. I960. E. B. I.EATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (aaai) By: C. P. COPKLAND Deputy Clerk EDWARD S. RE8NICK 94" Unocln Road Miami Reach. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 7/2J-2*. 8/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MACIxiNEI.I. PATIO GARDEN8 at Number 7970 S.W. 77th Avenue. In the city of Miami, Florida, intend t register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 30th day of July. 1960. GEORGE N. MarltONELL III LILLIAN L. MacDONELL 8/o-it-t9-? lt.NA.tl. KUASHflk New york tQ see the showr8 ^rF.or,d. nd i iv of July, IMO, Th en off to California to visit Sam's fJV. I-'iJlnPFidA'^Norman Leasing, fonpyer director of the C. •NER MANNHRJr a iter Slezak From California, the Berlins art 'neyiT P-over in Las Vegas and a side trip to Mexico J. 8outh of the Border: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mann, who / Continued on Page5B NOTICE, UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring; to engage in business under the fictitious name of BAGa* BY BENNETT at 1*16 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida intends to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MONA LISA, IMC i lortda corporation "VDKK & YOUNG >-~ya for Moiu Lisa, Inc Will to. 7/U-M. 1/5-12 on Sunday ing Lot 2. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. SOC StW I'I SHAN JOHN ZOBENICA. Plaintiff. .tl'NK ZOBENICA. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: JUNE ZOBENICA Defendant 1M53 Freeland Avenue Detroit. Michigan TOU ARE HEREBY notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce, haa been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your anawer or other pleading on Plaintiff's attornev MILTON A FRIEDMAN. 1111 Alnaley Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original with the Clerk of the Court on or before the 19th day of August. 1960. or judgment b> default will be taken agalnat you DATED thia 20th day, of July. 1960. at Miami, Dade County, Florida. E It I.EATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida (seal) By: C. P. COPELAND I>eputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 1111 Alnaley Building Miami 32. Fla —FR 1-S664 ?/-. K/S-lt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 6482 • PORTER TA IE ROBERTS Plaintiff. vs. ELIZABETH C. PACI ROBERTS Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO ELIZABETH c PACI ROBERTS 3622 South West Eighth Street Miami. Florida You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has be^n filed agalnat you. and you are required to aerve a copy of your Anawer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attornev. POPPER SCHIESS, 6S24 South Weat 7Ird St., Smith Miami 4:;. Florida and file the original Anawer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court • n or before the •;:h day ..f September, If von fa:l to do no, judgment by default will lw taken against you for the i.li.-f demanded in the Bill of Compl This notlog shall he published onco each week f.,r four consecutive weeks in THE li:\VI.-U KM ilMDIAN DOtwE \M' ORDERED it Miami, Florida, this la daj of August, A.l>. IMO E B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida Bj WM w ST'sKiNt:, t v I "ierk POPPER *. SCHIESS Ml it ej for Plaintiff : %  •:> South West TJrd M. South Miami 4:1. Flor da s/a-12-19-26 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. SOC 6862 DANIEL II CAMERON. SR. Plaintiff. vs VIRGINIA A. CAMERON. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti • Virginia A. Cameron 1611 Penning Road. N E. Washington. DC You are hereby notified that a Coml.l.i int for Divorce has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer er other pleading on Plaintiff's Attorneys. CAIN. ISIS & FAR1I.MAN. 3830 Wfc Flagler St.. Miami. Fla and file the original of aame In the office of.the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of August, I960, otherwise a Default Judgment will be takn ;:lnst you Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th dav of Julv. 1960 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit • 'ourt Dade County, Florida (aeall By: K M. LYMAN lasputy Clerk 7/22-29. H/5-IJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LIBI1Y APARTMENTS at 1024-1024} Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida intend to reglater aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMP El. ABENSJOV LILLIAN ABENSON MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 7/22-29. VS-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Ir4 AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. S00SZ IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM HIRSCH, Deceased. NOTICE TJ CREDITORS To All Creditors and AU Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demanda which you may have against the estate of ABRAHAM HIRSCH deceased late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices In the Countv Courthouae in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar montha from the date of the frist publication hereof, or the same will be barrecT MARY HIRSCH. Executrix, and MARION STERN. Executor, the Last Will and Teatament of ABRAHAM HIRSCH By: HERMAN T ISIS, Attorney CAIN. ISIS A FARBMAN Attorneys XS30 W. Flagler Street Miami. 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Pago 2-B 9-Jmist ncrkiton Friday. August 12. Beat Heat: Prepare Meals in A.M. By LEAH LEONARD W ilh the thermometer soaring. it'S" our practice' to "prepare our %  Mia dirt in the cool of the morn inWe know that proteins lr. the summer diet are just amuch a niu>( as at any other time of the year, but the less "beating" of this e--i:niaJ food < lemem is Dab in anj form. For a chance from fi ii>h dishes, we often i the following: MOCK GEFtLTE PISH (Midsummer Dream Dish 1 tail can salmon i your favorite brand) 1 medium size onon. diced fine 2 tablespoons vegetable shortening or oil 1 medium size raw carrot, grated 3 eggs, separated 4 tablespoons fine cracker or bread crumbs Salt and white pepper to taste Drain liquid from canned salmon, reserving liquid to be used as below. Remove fish bones and mash fish with a fork. Add the diced onion to hot shortening in a frying pan and saute till lightly yellowed. Add to the fish along with grated carrot, egg yolks and crumbs. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Beat egg whites stiff and fold in with a fork. Cover and let stand in the refrigerator sauce. H teaspoon augai* Parsley sprigs, lemon wedges or slices for garnish • Oil Combine the prepared onion-. liquid and sugar in a large pjrt tO piwnnl boiling over when the Dak ia added j quick boil. Reduce aunt: Porn the flak combination into ballic '>i drop Hum one by one the simmering sauce Let MIII45 oaimtea ) and turn off heat ndar saucepan Let cool in the saucepan before lifting out the fish balls with a perforated >poon to a serving platter. Use carrot bits or slices for garnish, then i the sauce over all. Cover with aluminum foil or wax paper and refrigerate till serving time. Garnish as indicated above and pass the horseradish or ketchup Double or triple the listed ingre dients for more than 4 servings. We like to have plenty of this on hand, just in case we have impromptu guests. • • • BOILED EGGPLANT RELISH (Mo-Frsning) 1 pound eggplant, pared and diced 1 tablespoon taM Cold water as directed below 1 large green or sweet red pepper, diced or chopped | -•q Tntespoon mne rhnVgaf ~] l tablespoon light brown sugar A dash of paprika A dash of garlic powder, op t ion a I Sprinkle the diced eggplant with %  alt and let stand m a COOl place tor 15 minuteAdd cup COM r. -!ir then dram well Place he eggplant in a saucepan, add •rater to about l inch depth, r and cook at moderate heat only till the eggplant ia tender and transparent I train, add prepared „rc. n pepper and the rest of hated ingredients, mixing with a fork. ("hill before serving with meat or fi>h di.she>. or M a spread for canapes Variation: Add 1 slice of your favorite bread diced and toasted, to this while hot. stirring till well combined. Good extender, too. Mrs. Marvin Lewis, president of the Miami Alumnae chapter of Phi Sigma Siqma sorority, presents a college scholarship and Certificate of Award for participation in the Young Scien. tists Laboratory Research Program to Glenn Webb, recent Edison High School graduate. Watching the presentation are Mrs. Bert Saul, chairman of the Phi Sigma Sigma scholarship committee, and Dr. Milton S. Saslaw. director of the Youna Scientists Laboratory Research Program. Culinary Cues: Pep up your mixed vegetable salads with a tablespoon of salted or brined capers. The>e are available at any food store or delicatessen. Sesame seed crackers, several varieties, all bearing the circled (U) insignia, make excellent can1 Youth Committee for Slum Clear"' umm games parties werfnet with almost any spread. Fine ance met Tuesday evening at the I d ay evening at the Belmar hotel till %  'fthl Hmnlrc i.to 1 h,,.!,. ,,l 1*1..,. I(..ik.. fti—-_* % %  > \!r*i .Iiclr Caktsina* %  Ahi#m^. *ra.. Youth Combat Slum Conditions apes Summer Games Port'm Greater Miami Auxiliary of !h \mencan Medical Center at De* ver will hold the second in a senei of summer games parties Weenies. with tall cold drinks, too! while preparing FISH SAUCE 2 onions, sliced (about a cupful i 2 carrots, diced fine or sliced thin Liquid drained from salmon plus cold water to make 1 cupful You're Rich When You're Healthy! SPOON YOUR WAY TO HEALTH with Hadassah Leader Attends Seminar A Miami Beach Hadassah leader has been in\ited to attend a Najtional Iiible Seminar. Ska la Mrs Sanford Jacobson. •325 88th .• Mrs Jacobeon. founder and immediate past president of Emma Lazarus group of Hadas|sah. is presently education chairman of the Miami Beach chapter of the organization She also serves in the same capacity for the Florida region of Hadassah The seminar will take place Aug. ? to 31 at the Roosevelt School in Stamford. Conn., and is under the .iu-i)ices of Hadas.sah. The women's Zionist organization ,is a founding member of the World Jewish Bible Society, which will cosponsor the event Object of the seminar is to make the Bible come alive for Hadassah s general membership Only one representative of each region throughout the nation, about 20 women in all. will participate. <>n their return, representatives will be expected to conduct Bible study seminars for chapter and home of Miss Martha Alpert. 1345 N Venetian Way. The recently-formed committee is composed of some 20 teen-agers throughout Greater Miami The purpose of our program is motivated by the moral need to do something about the dreadful conditions existing in our cit> slum areas." Miss Alpert. a June graduate of Miami Beach High School and National Merit Scholar ship award winner, explained. The committee was launched here some seven months ago as a result of t h e efforts of Mitchell Sandweiss It will meet again next Tuesday night at the Miami YliCA. The interracial body of local youth is seeking additional members who want to combat "the moral and economic wrongs existing in Miami's sub-standard housing sites." In charge of information are Miss Alpert. FR 17113. and Sandweiss. MO 63545 Mrs. Jack Levine is chairman. TV organization supports the new Eleanor Roosevelt Institute for Cancer Research and Treatment now be'ng erected at the Center, as well as Greater Miami area pa'ients receiving medical attentioa there. Beth Emeth Card forty Beth Emeth Sisterhood rummae; sale began Monday and will continue until Aug. 19, 9 a.m. to S p.m.. at 10451 NW 7th ate. Ia charge of information is Mrs Cora Silverstein. *S. SANFOtO JACOSSON group leaders, with an eye toward national launching of a Hadassah Bible study program in January. 1061 From Borscht To Brassieres GENUINE YOGURT The traditional quality you expect and always get in Breakstone's, fcew flavor new taste—tangy, •esty, custard-smooth! High ia protein, low in calories—90% of the initterfat removed! So easy to digest t he perfect d es s ert and between-meals snack! Kat it right Out of the new convenient cup. NOW You Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Sing]* Ounce 4-Oz. Size BottleOnly 19% A* NE1 YORK-.JTA.-I and Sons announced this will sell its Kosher Food to Crown Products Corp.. Academy Heads Meet Monday First meeting of the newly-elected officers and directors of the He brew Academy will be held Mon day evening at 'he Ritz Plaza hotel. B. I. Binder, president, an nounced. Reports will be made by Louis Merw-tzer. chairman of transportation, and Samuel R e i n h a r d chairman of the board of admissions Rabbi Alexander S Gross principal, will present an educational summary. Irving Firtel. vice president Rokeach week it Division irvmg nnei. vice president of and will tn Academy, will report on the recontinue negotiations lor acquisi zoning of the newly-acquired prop tion of Exquisite Form Brassiere. e ""ty t Pine Tree dr. and 24th st Inc. Benjamin C Wheelter. Rokeach I president said the Kosher Divis and the value of the inventory ion which had sale, of under $3 The sale mus, be approved bv million a year, was unprofitable the Rokeach stockholders Final for the past six years Crown will agreement has not yet Sen reach acquire the Rokeach Kosher food ed on the terms for cShon^f' [ products plant at Farmingdale. Exquisite Form %  !•" of, NJ. existing inventories and the! right to use the Rokeach name Crown will pay Rokeach $350,000. a first mortgage of $77,000. THE TINY LITTLE TEA LEAVES" give fullest strength and flavor! Certified Kosher and Parve under strict supervision of Rabbi Jacob Cohen. 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Iriday. August 12. 1960 +Je*lsti n&rldliari <*-&|a|g 'metery. Capacity Crowd At Blasberg Funeral Service An overflow crowd of Greater M-reians came to Normandy Isle < hanel of Riverside Memorial Funeral Homes on Friday. Aug 5 to pay tribute to Irving Blasberg." Mr. Blasberg. president of Riverside Memorial Chapels here, died Wednesday. Aug. 3, of a heart at tack suffered at his desk. He was 54. The Riverside executive came here from New York 15 year* •o ro found the Beach Memorial Chapel. He became president in charge of four chapels in 1955, when he merged this chapel with Riverside Memorial. He was a member of the Miami Beach Elks. Masons, and B'nai B nth. He lived at 5915 LaGorce dr. Survivors include his wife. Lil lian; a son, Larrie S.; two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Zweigenthal, Miami and Mrs. Estelle Kay. Miami Beach: and a grandson. Michael. Services were followed by en tombment in the Lakeside Mausoleum. Page 11-B grandchildren. Services were Aug. 4 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washington ave ABRAHAM MELNIKER 72. of 24-W BW 60th et.. died AUR 4 Me came here II > earn ago from New u %  ."iV "" ;i m '">l>er of the Senior Social Club of Went Miami. He owned the Caaa Grande hotel before he retired Surviving are his wife. Martha two tons, Nathan and Bernard brother, Louis; and two grandchildren. Htrvlce* were AUR i at Uurdon Funeral Home MRS. ARLENE CEFFEN • w BW N i I •• r died Aug. • here Iron Philadelphia IS and v> menilur of Coral Jew h Center Blstarhoed. BurHu: are her h'>!mnrt, Oerald: won. 'i.i ghter, Judy; and a sister. • loan Hader Services Were Au. Hwili II Mineral Home MRS. FRIEOA BRUNNER •I • %  • NK 139th et.. died Aua. E. a.1 „ reslden of North Miami for HI >.-am. Surviving are her hus•I Charles; two sons, Jerome and In, fn brother*, three slaters, un ar.ddaughter. services were Aug. M Riv. -Me Memorial Chapel. Nor .hi. r ISAAC ERgOFF •f 1424 BW 4th t.. died Aug. 6. ..mi. here I.", vfitr* ago from Ken !> 'un Surviving; are bra aife, IIV" -o|i S Nathan. Jacob. Abe. i I Samuel; a brother, eight kndehlldreni nd five great -Krand,"''' Services were AUK 7 at \ i I tl< ral I! LEONARD H. LEVIN • NW 179th St-, dte.l Atw. r.. • %  •iihere eight years ago from Ml'iir> i'ark. J. Surviving Mr. Ins %  i-in %  -. two daughter*. Dlerdra Inmother. Mrs Claire '"'. and two slaters. Services • •"•• % %  I in Mt N.-b., c. me Ant. I SAMUEL LERNER It died Aug. 4. He : w rago from Brooklv n. "I was i member of B'ns • hai er n saber of Young eater Miami. Surviving M i TIN. Joe. Hen an I titters, Mrs Bylvls | and Mr. u ...thy Nachman. 'i hildren, and two great MRS. GLADYS K. PARIS •.. of Hi W. |th at died Aug. 4. she MUM here 14 years ago from New York, and was on the nursing staTf of I ancis and Mt Sm..i Hospitals Surviving are her husband. Hall, an I were m BrookIra tinder the direction oi Riverside Memorial Chattels. MRS^ DOROTHY SANOERS 11. of l,.?o Lenox eve., died Aug 4 i\ v %  II .ago from Mt. Vernon. N V Surviving are lier husband, Herman, son. daughter, sister, and brothers Services were Auj at Riverside Memorial . Also surviving are two in others, two sisters and five grandchildren. Funeral service* were In Roc-heater, with |rave*ide service* at Mt. Nebo Ccmetery Mausoleum on Aug. ^ under (he direction of Riverside Memorial (ii ipel MRS. RACHEL FREED 7a, of ISM Pennsylvania ave. died Aug 1 BM came her*from Weal r Pa si\ >ems ago Bun Ivtng are her huaband, Jacob, ami two sons, n i it v:n< Bei ce were AUB ;at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washington ave AMAHAM HINBttG Feinberg to Get' President's Medal By Special Report WASHINGTON B'nai Brith •will honor New York industrialist Abraham Feinberg, national head of the Israel Bond campaign and an active leader in many Jewish causes, at its 117th annual meeting in November. Feinberg will receive the B'naiB'rith President's Medal, highest award of the Jewish service organization, its headquarters announced this week. Forme/ President Harry S. Truman, himself a previous recipient of the B'nai B'rith award, will be principal speaker at the presentation ceremonies Nov. 27 at a banquet in New York's Waldorf-Astoria, feature public event of the four-day B'nai B'rith meet The B'nai B'rith award, given "for distinguished and enduring contributions of a humanitarian nature," was presented at the last two annual meetings of the organization to elder statesman Bernard Baruch and Gen. David Sarnoff, oi the Radio Corporation of America. In addition, last year it was also awarded to Prime Minister BenGurioq, of Israel, during B'nai | B'rith's triennial convention in that i country, and to President E'senhower in a special White House ceremony. Mr. Truman was similarly honored at his 75th birthday celebration in Kansas City. Postal Pay Raise Boon for Miami The economy of the Greater Mil ami area will increase well over tl.200.000 a year effective faWriday, when the postal employees of this area received their first salary checks reflecting the increase that Congress recently voted them. This means that the payroll of the Miami Post Office for the fiscal year ending June. 1960, which was $14,976,288. will be increased by about 8-per cent. The employment growth of the Miami Post Office has now reached 2,975 employees, who includesome 1.200 carriers. 1.200 clerks. 168 supervisors, 116 vehicle operators, and 300 various others. According to Postmaster E. M. Dunlap. "this tremendous yearly payroll means muoh to the citizens of this community." Despite the continued growth of the Miami Post Office, Dunlap said the office was over $297,000 in the black as compared to a deficit of $138,237 the previous year. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.HI.KKKY OIVSM that Ins undersigned, desiring to engage In business undi %  the ,if NORTH OADE HARDWARE CO.. (not In.-,i at 740 N W. ISJrd Street, I Miami, Ha., intend ••> register s*id name wuii the i ...i the Clri ult Court ..f Dads Pounty, MARTIN BERNARD W'KIHH SO* owner '!< >l.l '.vl.W \ • ;i i|.i R rEIN Attorm T W-2, B/K.lfl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN U 't tlie nnder.-i2n.--1. deslr ng < i engage in %  -up!the fitin,, ,. : ,%  .. ,f HI -V BEAVERH 2,ERVI<*E at I01U N.W i ,,--,., Miami, i_.j rt Clerk of the .,i Court ..! hade i -,-. : KENT HOWARD II TERRY. Attorney re „„ r 7/29. S E-12-K LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. tOC 7540 VIKOINIA PERSON, Plaintiff. vs. OUNNERD PRRCON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO GUNNERD PERSON 117 Harbor \'lew Avenue Bridgeport, t'nnnectlout You are hereby notified that a Bill of i 'oiniilaint for Divorce has been filed -maiiist you. and you are reqtn I to serve a copy of your Answer oi Pleading to the BUI of Complaint ,,n the plaintiffs Attorne>. MAC MERMEI I. I'.,.i a v\Third Avenue. Miami 36, Florida and filr the original Answer or Pleading in theofflre of the CI ik of the Circuit Court on or befo-the 'th day of September, 196'J. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken mta'ii-i you for threlief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH r'I/>RIDIAN. DONE AND OROKKEI* at Miami. Horiila. this 9th day of August, A l>. I960 E B IJ:.\THEIiMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. !>ade County, Florida — all By: C. P. COPEI.ANIi Deputy Clerk MAC MERMELL. 1900 B.W. Third Avenue Miami 36. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff R/1S-I9-SC. 9/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enga Business under thfictitious name of ii PURA ESTATES at i.:;i:, B icayne Blvd., North Miami, PVirlda intends to register said name with the Clerk of th^ Circuit Court of Dade t ounty. Florida. I .YN.IAY INC. Sole owner 7/2J-29. S/5-1J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OB" FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. MC 7477 ELIZABETH TARE. Plelntlff, vs. NAT TARE. I>efendant. SUIT FOR'DIVORCE TO: NAT TARE 2ns 4th Street I .akew ,,,, 1. New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Big of Complaint for Divorce has bee* filed against you, and you are required to serve a COP) of yor Answer or I'leadiug to the Bill of Complaint os tlie plaintiffs Attorney, -RICHMOND EARBER. on. Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answ-r or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lth dav of September. I960. If you fall to do M>, judgment bj default will be t,k. n i-.Unsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consei itive >-elc in THE JEWISH Kl.>K1 HAN. DONS AND ORDERED at Miami, Honda, tliis 4th day of August. A.U., E. B, I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal! B) I: II KICK. IV. I'eputv Cierk 8/12-1.(26. 9/t MRS. SADIE KRIEOEL 70, of T'll'i Mi.tiny ave died Aim I sii.. came from Lakewood. MJ i* %  ago. and was a member of Tern' pie Bmanu-BI Blstef I, Jewish Home (,,r the Aged, Hadassah, Council of Je*-Ih Women, and American COST HOME LOANS Illustrated Booklet Available "Your Florida Property and Who's Behind It" is the title of an illustrated booklet just published by the Mackle Company and General Development Corporation to give homesite and home buyers a detailed look at the nation's biggest, most experienced community development team. The 32-page volume, complete with a map and six full picture pages trill be distributed to people who have purchased General Development property through the company's jobsite, branch and agent sales outlets throughout Florida and the nation. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buincss under the fictitious name Of CHEZ BON BON BEACTY SALON at 7404 Bi.'oavnBoulevard. Miami. %  I -IIda Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Horida VAIDA QCARANTO l/li-19-St, 9/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desirin* to engage in business under the fictitious mm. of Ml AERO INTERNATIONAL at 4471 N W. 3*5th Street. Miami 66. Fla., intends (o register said nime with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cnuntv. Florida. PRECISION PROQUCT8 CORF. A Fla. Corp 8/I2-I-:K. 9'; To Buy, Build or Refinance Inquiries Invited • No Obligation %  %  ^ Old%  % %  %  % % %  j0ade Federal -. MRS. ANNA HERMAN •i of i:.l NE l>Bd st died Aug 1. She came here 1( years ago from Nee York Surviving sre a daughte Ruth Herman, Miami Beach, ,,-n ---re Aug. 3 at ". d n Funeral Home > MAX KLE.N ,H S\v ;tih r I died Aug. 1 He came here six years ago from Cleveland Surviving are six daugnters. Including Mi Sophie Moss, and Miss Rosalvn Klein. Miami: two sons, Sine grsnd.11 I i i great-grai d-.-n Ben i \uic. I at • ,' II ,m.BENJAMIN LEWIS v. of 1 .-ame hi 'ilcago, | .... the direction of Riverside Memorial Chapels. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HEREBT CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hu iness under the fictitious name of KENT PRODITCTS at 479 W Flagler St Miami. Fla intends to said nar.iwith thsrCTerk of the Circuit Court of f>ade Count v, Florida. ANN AVRACK So],. Owner 8/I2-I9-2H. 9/2 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY (I1VEN that the underslicned. de.-lrtng to engage in business under the fictitious name of WEBER THOMPSON ti t.EF.-OCRT at 11*0 S W. l Street. Miami lfi. Florida Int-n.I to register said name with the C'erk of the Circuit Court of Bade County Florida. OTTO F WEBER EIH1AK It THOMPSON SIDNEY LBFCOCRT 8TANLBT B. I.EVITCH R. WARREN DAVIS OEOIU1E M SIMON RALPH M WKISIIARD MYKR9. HEIMAN & KAPLAN for Partners tisos w street Miami 36. Florida 7/J. S/S-I2-I9 ToGUST BROS i n l\ i %  ;IMI' NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O* FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 7546 DOROTHY p. McLAl'OHLIN, Plaintiff, EDWARD %  F M.I,AI-<;H1,IN, l>ef II.1.1 III SUT FOR DIVORCE TO EDWARD F M.-1 -Al'fJHUN. 174 South Mountain Avenue Montclair. New .Tersev You EDWARD F M, l.AI'i: Hl.lN srhereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against \.>u. and vou are r^^uired tw serve a Oopj of your Answer or PleadIng to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attornev, NORM AN S. I'M.I or MI., Ingraham Building. Miami r:, H:i., and fie tlie original Answer or I'leadlng in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of September. 19e. If v.u .fail to do so judgment by de,fault will be taken against you for the relief demanded U the Bill of Cosa plaint This noei,.. shall be published once each sreeh for four cott'^cutive w.-eks in THE JEWISH FI.i HtlDIAN DONE AND ORIHCRKD at Miami, Florida, this .".th day of August, A.D., I9Hi. F; I! I. i:\THKRMAN. Clerk. Cin-ult Court. Dade County. Florida ISeuD By WM W STOCKIMQ, Deputj Clerk NORMAN S RAI.I.OT r.iW Insraham Building M %  ... Florida Attorney for Plaintiff /II-I?-2. 9/2 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTON IN THE NAME ANO BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THERE PRESENTS SUM I..-OME tIREETINGS: Whereas. STANLEY CuLDFARR, MIAMI. FLORIDA; MICHAEL DEL. 1-IANo MIAMI FLORIDA; ALAN B. KESSI.ER. MIAMI. FIORIDA did on the 20th dayof March. A.D., 1944. cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of the general cor|K>ratloa Ms o' thi State of Florida A. B O. NOVELTIES. INC., a corporation, with its principal place of business at MIAMI DADE COUNTT, in the State vf Florida, and whereas the stockholders of .r tlon ill on the toth day of July. A.D.. 19). cause to he file.l in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted by the stockholders under the provisions of si: I Chapter 0t. Florida statutes, showing the dissolution of such corporatl Now, therefore, the Secretary of Stste does hr, I -he foregoing and that he Is satisfied rhat the r-iiulrements of law have been compiled with. IN WITN >V I have have affixed the On State -. the i"s the THIKTIFTH day of July, A D 1! R. A QRAT, Secretary of State



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iday, Augustl2 1 1 960 *Jfnistfkricfirir Page 9-B fouth Convene For Discussions By Special Rport IffPARLIGirr, Pa.—Some 100 top | I• :, lers of the B'nai B'rith luth TdanizatiOB convene here V Z, e !,> learn how to capitalize ,(,, talents and become lead i American Jewish Lu community. [The carefully selected partici Uts •" fesional officers of the' rut B'rith Y>'Jfh Organization -' L (erace onstituent divisions. I heph Zadifc Aleph. for boys, and! I ,"• Girls, for girls, will participating in n intensive 19 .",, Training Conferee. IThe participant* represent the L r ep r. communities throughout Lf United States and Csnad.i in fhich EBYO operates its multi-, ha service, brotherhood and ecreati' nal programs. The ronferenee format will irv klude seminars, small discussion Lroupan! 9J ••eturstr* der^covsi BROS R> 7 ; 0 •Igned to help the young dele gates examine tho role of Jew •sh tradition in today's atomic •ge, tha placa of Jewish ethical concepts in everyday life, the relationship of American Jaws to Israel and with Jaws in other parts of the world, and their relationships with non-Jews. Also included will be sessions on public speaking, group leadership techniques, parliamentary procedural and other skills required for leadership. Conference speakers will include Philip Bernstein, of New York, executive direclor of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds; Sol Rabkin, New York, director of the Law Department of BB Anti Defamation league: Dr. Solomon Grayzel, Philadelphia, editor of the Jewish Publication Society of America; and Dr. John Morsell. New York, assistant to the executive director of the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People. The Leadership Conference will be followed by the international annual conventiqns of Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls. Some 400 delegates are expected to take part in these two events. By JTA Teletype Wire ARTHUR FlfDlER JUSTl ^ ||^ w ^ ^ N0 TAX round-trip tourist fare included Visit glamorous, summer-cool Mexico via Guest Airways famed for passenger-pampering service. But the Guest flight is only half tha fun for a complete itinerary of everything this unbeatable tour has to offer contact your travel agent or send the coupon below to us. In addition to Mexico City, you'll visit Cuernavaca, Taxco and see so much more. But don't miss out do it now! tj \ Please sendml" H __-~~~1 Fiedler Returns To Pops Podium Arthur Fiedler, now in his 20th year as conductor of the Boston Pops, will make his sixth consec ntive appearance with the University of Miami Summer Symphony this Sunday evening at the a'reonditioned Miami Beach Auditorium. Fiedler, who has appeared here annually since 1955, was named the most favorite Pops conductor by Miami Beach concert-goers in a survey conducted by the UM symphony office last summer. He will come to Miami direct from Tanglewood. where he conducted Aug. 11 at the Berkshire Mus-c Festival. Following his performance here he goes to California to complete his summer series with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. •> Fiedler has selected Oxan Marsh, yowng American pianist who has toured with tha Boston Pops Orchestra, as soloist. j Marsh, who mada his first appaaranca hara last sommar under Fiedler, will perform Kabalevsky's Second Piano Concerto, to be hoard for tha first time in Miami. Fiedler, who walks with the briskness of a Kipling colonel, will open the program with Chopin's "Polonaise Militarie." Leroy Anderson's "Irish Suite" and Max Steiner's theme from "A Summer Place," a mot'on picture, will also be heard. An arrangement by Richard Hayman, "Dancing Through the Years." depicting the changes in American dance steps from the Charleston to the Cha Cha Cha. is another musical treat in store for Pop concert-goers on this program. Fiedler, a native of Boston, was accepted as a violinist with tha Boston Symphony under Karl Mock at ago 19, and later played under Rabaud, Montaux and Koussevitsky. In 1930, Fiedler succeeded Alferd Casalla as conductor of tha Boston Pops and presented popular hits in full symphonic arrangement. Ozan Marsh is a Californian descended from William the Conqueror and the Anglo-Norman family of Ozanne. He studied in Europe and graduated magna cum laude from the Fontainebleau School of Music in Paris. He has toured extensively in Belgium, France, Poland, Austria and Germany as a guest soloist. In addition, he has appeared with the: Vienna and Warsaw Philharmon ics in Europe and the New York Philharmonic and San Francisco Symphony in this country. Youth Auditions Scheduled Here Robert Strassburg this week announced auditions for membership in the All Miami Youth Symphony, of which he is conductor. Auditions will be held at Strassburg's home, 526 Perugia ave., Coral Gables, on Monday. Aug. 22. Membership is on the basis of j ability, and there is no tuition fee. Strassburg said. During the past | season, the All-Miami Symphony I presented six concerts and two television broadcasts. Auditions will last 15 .minutes, and are designed to test solo ability, tone, intonation, bowing or articulation, and sight reading. Six-Day Visit JERUSALEM — Seven hundred] and thirty members of -**Cercle Richileu," French Catholic youth organization, were due in Israel Wednesday for a six-day visit, tourist officials announced here Tuesday. The group, it was said, will be the largest single Christian uroup ever to visit Israel at one time. Members of the Catholic clergy in Israel have helped organize the tour by the French Catholic youth. 0 • No Discrimination JERUSLAEM —Sources close to the Republic of Cyprus, which is slated to become independent from British rule this month, stated here Tuesday that the new government will not discriminate against anycountry in the Middle East, in regard to diplomatic relations. Mem bers of the Arab League have been urging Cyprus not to have diplomatic relations wiih Israel. According to the Cypnot sources 1 here, the new government will open a consulate in Israel and others in Arab countries. Cyprus, it was stated, will have only four missions of embassy status — in Washington, London, Ankara and Athens. • • • Zionist Ralaased GENEVA—A niece of the late Dr. Theodor Herzl, founder of political Zionism, has been released from a Rumanian prison where she has been incarcerated, and a number of other Rumanian Zionists are scheduled for early freedom from jail, according to press dispatches from Bucharest received here on Tuesday. Dr. Herat's niece is Mrs. Butza Weiss. A Rumanian citizen, Mrs. Weiss had been an employee of the Israeli Embassy in Bucharest when she was arrested about six months ago. With the release of Mrs. Weiss, the Rumanians reportedly freed also another Zionist, said to have been a leader of the Zionist-Revisionist Party. His name was not disclosed. Mediterranean & Israel CRUISE FROM MIAMI OCT. 16 RET. 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uirniincr/u Jew I si> Fir rMinn Page 7-B yours, h EDITH APPLEBAVM IS ON VACATION acher, Lawyer In Wedding Vows Ir. and Mrs. Robert J. Lewison He is a partner in the law firm of on a two-week honeymoon in'Le W j son an d Fr Ce d. j rlo Rico and the Virgin Islands Sowing their wedding on Sun-; Reception followed the ceremony Aug. 7, at the Dupont Plaza! at the Dupont Plaza. I I. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz ofjared at the 3 p.m. ceremony. 1 %  ibride is the former Rita r-chner, daughter of Mr and A. Tom Kirschner. 2550 SW In ave. The groom's parents are and Mrs. Max Lewison, 5518 5th ter. Maid of honor for her sister was Carol Sue Kirschner. Matron | honor was Mrs. Mary Jane Meli Bridesmaids included Louise Arlene Wolf, Phyliss Zuckan. and Mrs. Larry Karlton. flew in from Sacramento, f. for the wedding. I; nford • Freed, law partner of .room, was his best man. Ush.ncluded Morton Palmer. AJ \ • n. Robert Bookbinder, Al Sing.md Al Rubenstein. he bride has a BA degree from University of Miami, where belonged to Phi Sigma Sigma i rity and was sweetheart of Tau Hta Phi fraternity. She will teach fhth grade English at Kinloch |irk Junior High School beginning fall. lie groom is a University of Mii law school .graduate. At the %  i M, he was a member of Phi ;ma Delta fraternity. He is a past isident of Sholem Lodge, B'nai Inth and the Miami Stamp Club. mm nruis KATZ Be> Am MISS JUDY UNHOKN Katz, Rosenberg Betrothal Told Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz, of 1321 14th ter, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Phyliss Deborah, to Rabbi Judah J. Rosenberg, of Israel and New York. The groom to-be is the son of Judy Einhorn To Wed Doctor Formal announcement of the betrothal of their daughter, Judy, to Dr. Burton Feinerman. of Miami Beach, will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Einhorn at a reception in their home. 5931 Pine Tree dr., on Sunday evening. Dr. Feinerman moved to Miami Beach after serving with the Army Medical Corps in Germany. He is a graduate of New York University and New York Medical College. Miss Einhorn attended William and Mary College and the University of Miami, and is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon. They will be married sometime in November. Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Rosenberg. The elder Rabbi Rosenberg is Deputy Minister of the Interior in the Israel Cabinet. The betrothed couple were honored at an open house function Saturday evening in the home of the bride-elect. Miss Katz, a graduate of the Hebrew Academy and Miami Beach High School, where she was active in a number of service clubs, is now a senior at Stern College for Women of Yeshiva University in New York. At Stern College, she is editor of the Year Book and secretary of the Student Council. Rabbi Rosenberg was the youngest rabbinical student to be ordained in the United States at Yeshiva University, and presently occupies a pulpit in Plainfield, N.J. He received his Bachelor's degree miss roir IHMANN at Yeshiva, and has completed course work for a Master's degree in pschology at Columbia University. He has just entered New York University to study law. bride-elect. The Saturday open house also celebrated the birthdays of the groom-to-be and the father of the The couple are planning to be married in the fall. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 MUtS. MOBIKT I. ttw/sow Specializing in Formal* Coc\toi\ Gowns and Bridal Altirt PARSONS 34)0 COtAl WAT Opm Mesday Nita TH f 143nJ ST. SHOTTING CINTEI Osea M*m4my ead FrMey Nita TN 9 New Director Arrives William H. Jeter, president of the state board of directors of the Children's Home Society of Florida, announces the arrival of William C. Pugh to serve as director of group care in the Society's institutional facility, the Jacksonville Receiving Home. 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She will be house guest of her future in-laws for the next three weeks, where many social affairs .are planned to honor the engagedi I couple. Mr. and Mrs. Bermann will visit | their daughter in Washington dur-| ing this time. The groom-elect is in the U.S. Air Force. DAN SEROTT ANNOUNCES The Opening of P.Y. CORP— Wholesalers & Exporters OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINES I Complete line of SHEETS, BLANKETS, SPREADS, TOWELS, BATH MATS mad* by Cannon, Dundee t Peppered for Hotels, Motels, Apt. Houses, Homos. ft Complete line of INFANTS WEAR FURNITURE including Layettes, Swings, Cribs, Mattresses, Bassinettes, Strollers. ft Complete line of CHILDREN'S & BOYS' GIRLS' APPAREL TO SIZE 14. Sport Togs, School Clothes and Dress Attire. AIR CONDITIONED AMPLE PARKING 8:30 to 5 P.M. Mondays thru Fridays We Invite All Our Friends to Visit Our Showrooms at 127 N.E. 9th ST. Phone FR 3-8737 J NOW TWO 1EST SWING PAPERBACKS C7)te JZegal


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Page 8-B +Jen isA tkrkJtor Friday, August 12, I Beth David Men Elect Bert Sher active memb e n. treasure] nd Bernard Segal, secri % Two-year board members are I • rman. Sheldon Kay. Harold Ber '•: %  Badam i, ivto, Judge Milton Friedman. Max .lacobson. %  %  i w otf, Mau r i ': %  •: Lrchie Mendelson, Purisrh, Mm rj ten, FrankRose, Gui f rd moml • Edward Avedon, HerB Kanter. \r tl ["inter San v. iman and Weiner. of Beth l Shir announced that ill I < itreu cd at 'he organization ram chairman of the club la.-t year. Sh tail > ear's activities will continue in the areas of religion, i -ocial. Blood Bank. commur..:> -ervice. and bcwi Legion Sessions For Chaplains S] • :.il workshops will be I OH ducted lor all American legion Post chaplain.-at ihe national con vent ion scheduled to be held in Mi aim Beach in mid Oi tuber. M n> announced Wodnesdav by Rabbi Robert I Kahn. national chaplain "At the same time." Rabbi Kahn %  aid, all department <>r state chap lains will meet for a round table (fiacanioa Purpooc "I these meet ingl iv to orient chaplains with re gard to their respective dutiei "Every American lemon chap lain can benefit from these lurveyi ol obligations and poteotialitit the office," the national chaplain from Temple Kmanu El, Houston Tex stated. The two sessions will follow the chaplains' breakfast which will be held Mondaj Oct IT. In the I room of the Fontainebleai: bott l Pearly Gait I by Hal Pearl MAI. PF.ARL IS ON VACATION THIS VYEFK ... B-G Urges Labor Zionists Do More Mrr jHft rVacfcs Joins N.Y. Firm let's Be Realistic There's no luck thing as top quality food served cheep No amount ol garnishing, flavoring and tenderizing, as aptvted by son* of nVa experts" can tnati* tn inferior product tast* lib* first •op quality Wt at Candlelight Inn f'-'t purchase the best meats procurable then our chefs prepare them to please Ihe tette of the most eac-ting gourmet Candlelight Inn has long been the gathering place for sportsmen, artists, profess.oral people and theatrical g-o.ps who entoy such specialties as Aged Steaks. Prime Rib of Seef. and many other delightful entries Excellent service, lung sue drinks, and realistic prices guarantee for you. dollar Tor dollar the best h d-n.ng pleasure Maunct J i Mike) Wacka, of 831 Ml 163rd si Ho Miami Beach, has joined Mutual of New York's Miami RSjaac] as a field underwnt Arthur W. Olson has announced Wadta, 37. was born and raised in New York City. when hi attamded New York University. Ht eaBM to Florida in 1950. and has becjn operating his Item lirhi in No. Miami ?'<.. If I no longer BIT) listinction l>etween Zionists and Don Zionists. One of his g U SU ti asked him whether in Mew of his stand on the issue, it would not be ailnable to ghre up the Labor Zionist movement and for the visitors to stop being Labor Zionists. The Prime Minister responded: "No! Just do more." He appeared delighted that so many young per-. sons were at the helm of the U.S. Labor Zionist movement. The informal session took place at Mr Ben-C.urion's office at the Defense Ministry. Previously, the group met with Former Prime Minister Motiw Sharett to discuss Americans in Israel. Mr. Sharett told the visitors that he had initiated the introduction of legislation to amend Is/ael civil service regulations HI end a requirement of loyalty •*ihs for government position which would be retained on I, TfZ certain vital posts. Since Israel was "a sp c ai ,,,J 4 country with special kinds^fl proriems. there is no net i to force such rules that cmid oa! harm." Mr. Sharttt said •• place needless obstacleln tfcJ path of integration?' Hi UOM that many such probl.-i W0Bl J find their solution eventually. This was understood to be a erence to a rule which requ. civil servants to sign a loyi oath. Such an act is contrary toi United States Constitute a many Americans are. theref barred from taking goi m positions, except on special cosJj tracts. Murray Wemgarte of fab. butz Gesher Ram. a former American, told the session Hi American settlers have found, J 25 tlements in Israel. OP€N FRIDAY, SATURDAY t i.tDAT FROM 4 to 9 p.m. FINEST ~rr DIN NG CATKRlNO WOK ALL OCC*S'3NS AWearf. UN 6-6043 '""•* Under Orthodox Vaad Mal.ar-.th MO 71st Street leers from 5 p m -o midnight, you will find Candlel-ght Inn. under management of Henry leitton combines informality with relexat on In the eyes of tourists and Florid ans alike, a dining establishment second to none Candlelight Inn is located one block North of the Ciove Playhouse Theatre LURCH DIHMEa SUPPER IrlCHU ^ UL %  P^acti TS3 ^fl ItS Hal | tan CANTONISI ^ COOKING ^O* ^|li^43B3 SINCE 1949 RESTAURANT 79th St. Causeway PL 4-6656 Magnificently Re-Decorated SPECIALIZING IN • PLANKED STEAKS • ROAST BEEF • SEAFOOD FLAMING SHISH KEBAB • BEEF STROGANOFF • • CHICKEN DIVAN • IANQUET FACILITIES • CREDIT CARDS HONORED 'Dayenu' Book A Best-Seller Dayenu." by Henry I*onard. Ihe popular cartoon featured resj Ularly in The Jewish Flondian. BM achieved still more acclaim with the advent: of jta publication m book form. "Open your Mouth and Say <>\" Kn.wn Press New York $1 I Pu hll ahad just a few months ago, the paperback is already going into its third printme In contains over 60 of Dayenu" favorites displaying ihe fine, salty flavor of Jewish wit at its beat Henry Leonard, creator of the cartoon, is the pen name for two men Henry Rabin, director of Bnai B'riih HUlel Foundations al Los Angeles Cltj and Sl.it.| ,,l I, conceives the ideas ihe person who actually draws them li Leonard Pritikin, an art and adver Using director. Together thev are Henry Leonard. ROYAL HUNGARIAN ^ D CATERERS 731 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH JE 85401 OH srrntit < \THRI\4. WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS OOB MANY SAT.SF.ED CUSrQMfBS ABE OUR BESt Cff ilVfrs, RIVIERA TO RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN ami CATERERS FULL COURSE DINNERS SERVED IN OUR DINING ROOM Friday thro Sunday 4:30 to 9 P.M. 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Page 12-B +JeisMcridk*r Friday, August 12 UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX VAAO HAKASHRUTH Of FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER, DIRECTOR COSHER MARKETS ARE HEDGED TO OIVl THE BB£T QUALITY AT THE LOWEST PRICt OR YOUR MONEY BACK TH73 4 QUANTITY R16MTS MlUKVtD meat ancrpQuLtry WE SELL U.S. CHOICE and U.S. PRIME | MEATS ONLY Throughout the year your friendly Food Fair Kosher Markets bring you the FINEST QUALITY KOSHER U.S. Gov't. Inspected Western Prime & Choice Meats. For Quality, Savings and Guaranteed Satisfaction, take advantage of these low, low prices. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Only! THE FINEST FRESH KILLED KOSHER CHICKEN DELIVERED TO OUR MARKETS S TIMES DAILY! FANCY ARBOR ACRES ROASTERS BROILERS SPRINGERS RIB SPECIAL ALL WEEK! Veal Chops Breast of Veal LB. LB. 69 39 LB. N. Y. STRIP 29 CLUB STEAKS • $ BONELESS TOP RIB u 79 SHORT RIBS OF BEEF „ 43 BABY STEER LIVER „ 49< FRESH KOSHER MADE 6R0UNP BEEF ..... 2 L BS 98C STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Wed. 8 to 6 Thurs. 8 to 9 ... Fri. 8 to 3 C C NOW FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER I 19th ST. AT ALTON ROAD I 2091 CORAL WAY NO. MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI BEACH MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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Page 4-B *Jels*fk>rkM3n Friday, August 12, ,gJ i ]ev.i* h ttmtimwi Ecitui-. Ym M C ARRIAGE COUNSELOR by 0IHM C^. V_/1'/H^ MIAMI'S M r FOOLS *£\JI*XVJI CoLsstLoa AND A Plutarch Inmi from h- w.fe who was blamed by fnenJ* for the separi Wa> -he not beautif • asked no' chaste"' The Roman, bo for all to see asked if it were so: handsome a ade •Ye:.' he a vbviou* The evidence, in fact, is aover t :: ftepr For one thing more and more husbands and w:ve>. di-sa'.i>fieear> ago. according to Dr K.rw-y and h UN rried men philandered or committed adultery C">e any doubt that Dr art much I Cher today" Second. the le2al ground* f >r divorce, to make <-cape from mamage ea>ier. are also incre:year by year Fifty years ago. adultery wai almos* the ole ground for an absolute divorce Today the unhappy husband or w.fe has a choice of some twenty grounds from which to choose in order to beat a hasty exit Divorce Rat* Rising Third, the residence requirements before filing a divorce bill h3ve steadily been made easier In Alabama, for example, the residential requirements are practically nl which accounts for that states unprecedented popularity as a divorce mill. Arkansas, which requires three months. Idaho and Nevada, which require six weeks, and Wyoming, which requires sixty days, are all indications of a trend in which every effort is made to accomodate couplewho want to escape the'r marital bondas quicksand a> painlessly as possible. Fourth, not only ithe divorce rate increasing decade after decade, but the rate of desertion — the so-called poor man's divorce — is increasing as well Less than a hundred years ago. in 1887 to be exact, there were only 10.000 divorceand annulments in the entire United States. By 1948 the number had jumped to 421.000 Sig nificantly. while population for that period increased about 300 per cent, divorces increa-ed 4.000 per cent Today there are 2.000.000 husbandand wi\.-. who take "scotch' leave of their families without even the formality of a divorce, almost a-pectacular an iiM the n-e in divorce it-elf I have already mentioned that one fourth of all fir-t marriagetermnate in divorce, that half of all second marriages wind up as legal failures, and that three fourths of all third marriages end irfUl the legal tie unknotted. Nor. I again repeat, are all tho-e marr:.iwhich couples remain legally wed during their lifetimemodels of wedded happiness As 1 have already hinted, many couples remain unhappily mar ried becau-e of children, religion, finances, pride, inertia, and a host of other reasons too numerous to mention. Marriage Age Drops The grim probabilities are in fact, that no more than twenty five per cent of all wedded couples are happy in any positive sense The re-t drag out a drab, meaningless existence, going through the forms of marriage without tasting any of its real substance When I lay there il a -moldering revolt again-t marriage I am by no means suggesting that people are iess prone to enter into holy wedlock They are not Hope always springeternal. The husband who hafailed in one or a half a dozen marriageialways willing to try his luck again And so is the thrice divorced wife. The truth is that we are probably the most married people in the world, just as we are the mo-t divorced More than two thirds of all Americans fourteen yearof age and over are married Slightly more than one-fifth are single, nearly one tenth are widowed, and about one fiftieth are divorced Of thoMover thirty, only eight percent were single in 1955 Actually, not only are more and more people getting married, but they are doing so at progressively lower ages. In 1956. for example, there were 12.000 married boys and 284.000 married girls under 18 Moreover, by age 18 some twelve or fifteen thousand additional adolescents had become either widowed or divorced If marriage today is a colossal failure — in the -e that it is no longer a lfetime relation-hip be tween a man and a woman — then a portion of the blame, at lea-t. must be laid to marriage it-elf For the truth i> monogamy seems to be incompatible with love. Temporary Insanity e. indeed, is the disease of which marriage ithe convalescence. Love, at least the romantic variety. ;almost by itvery nature temporary, fleeting and emphemeral. Monogamy, by definition. i ;ag. durable and permanent. The two clash at almost every point Love is free and spontaneous, an outpouring of affection and emotion Marriage is restricting and c -nfinm^ intended to stabilize that which cannot abilized. Low is primarily based on the erotic drive, conr.g largely of sex plus imagination Marriage invoh >me duties and responsibilities chorethat often remove the glamor and gaietv from wedlock Love -eekand embraces variety, even in-i-ton it occasionally, while marriage insists equally on sobriety and fidelity Love is a form of temporary insanity, in wh^ch the lover grossly exaggerates the differences be tween two women. Marriage by its very nature is a levering process, in which both husband and wife are reduced to the lowest common denominator. Love soars and has wings. Marriage is earth bound and practical. Love is idealization, endowing the beloved with all sorts of impossible and non-existent virtues Marriage is realization, where the husband and wife at last see each other as they really are. Love is aristocratic and lordly. Marriage is democratic and equalitarian. Love is conquest. Marriage is a grim and neverending battle of the sexes in which each side achieves a PyrrMc victory Love is stormy and tempestuous. Marriage is dull and pedestrian. Extraordinary Irrelevance Love is an art perhaps the most sensitive and poetic of all arts. Marriage is habit and dull routine. Love is the triumph of fiction over fact, fantasy over realitv Marriage is the triumph of experience over hope. Love is a form of dependence, of the inferior on the -uperior Marriage reduces the superior to the level of the inferior. Love frees the ego. Marriage succeeds in merely crushing and overwhelming it. Low iay. charming and insouciant. Marriage is grim, solemn and forbidding. Love, finalh. is an adventure. Marriage is, alas, too often a misadventure. IVrhapno one has better summarized the basic incompatibility between love and marriage than lieorge Bernard Shaw in "Man and Superman" when he hahiDon Juan say: "The lady would say that -he would countenance my advances, provided they were honorable. On inquiring what this proviso meant. I found that it meant that I proposed to get posses-ion of her property if she had any. or to un dertake her support for life if she had not; that I desired her continued companionship, counsel and conversation to the end of my days, and would bind myself under penalties to be always enraptured by them; and above all. that I would turn my back on all other women forever for her sake I did not object to these conditions because they were exorbitant and inhuman; it was their extraordinary irrelevance that prostrated me CUTS* of Clandestinity "I invariably replied with perfect frankness that I had never dreamed of any of these things that unless the lady's character and intellect were equal or -uperior to my own. her conversation must degrade and her counsel mislead me; that her constant companionship nvght. for all I knew, become intolerably tedious to me. that I could not answer for my feelings for a week in advance, much less to the end of my life; that to cut me off from all natural and unconstrained relations with the rest of my fellow creatures would narrow and warp me if I submitted to it. and. if not, would bring me under the curse of clandestinity; that, finally, my proposals to her were wholly unconnected with any of these matters and were the outcome of a perfectly simple impulse of my manhood toward her womanhood." Mr. fliaf is available for privet* %  Mrrtoft to of fft* Naatfeftoa MtaW Wrf... \m mimml Braille watches for the blind Mrs. Harry Cahane, preti. dent of the Women's League for Israel, shows David Z. Rivlin. Israel Consul in New York, a shipment of Braille watches she is bringing to Israel, where the women's service group maintains five homes for young people in key cities. A ceremony will be held Aug. 17 to dedicate the new addition to the League's Training Center for the Blind, and to mark the 10th anniversary of the Center's establishment in Nathanya, Israel. t Youthful To Preach Here A recent rabbinical school graduate, who received his ordination: with highest honors, will speak from the pulpit of Agudath Israel! Hebrew Institute on Saturday morning. He is Rabbi Arthur Lloyd Fine. The young Orthodox sp'ritual lead i er is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fine, members of Agudath Lsrael.' where he will discuss "The Com-' munion of Israel" when he is introduced by the congregation's Rabbi Isaac Ever. Rabbi Fine graduated from the Hebrew Theological College at. Skokie. Ill He is already engaged as rabbi for High Holy Day serviceat a congregation in Milwaukee. Wl.sC. HOUSEKEEPER and ••reliant Hungarian COOK; mtadk *9*' o#str#* posrtiof* wiffi 1* .aj4 rafir — -i ^W v* rvrwr men. Tel. HI 6-2458 SAMUEL LERNER The Officers and Members of YOUNG ISRAEL Of GREATER MIAMI pay respectful tribute to their departed Charter Member, SAMUEL LERNER, father of Young Israel Members BEN and HARRY LERNER MAY HIS MEMORY BE A BLESSING SK.rw.n Stavbar Manria I Sth u Bjaf Rabbi Prendent Join Us the B N Al B'RITH WOMEN OF MIAMI at the luxurious SHELBORNE HOTEL for 3 Full Days & 2 Nights Of UNFORGETTABLE FUN AND PLEASURE FOR THE lOW. LOW PRICE OF $14 Par Aduh DM. 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+Jen isA tkrkJtor
Friday, August 12,
I
Beth David Men
Elect Bert Sher
active mem-
b :it of the
. Men's Club.
elected at I recent meeting
I Lubel, firsl \ ice prea-
- Kkmun. I'l'uml
:r.g R o > e n.
treasure] nd Bernard Segal, sec-
ri %
Two-year board members are
I rman. Sheldon Kay.
Harold Ber ':
Badam i, ivto, Judge
Milton Friedman. Max .lacobson.
i w otf, Mau
r i ': : Lrchie Mendelson,
Purisrh, Mm
rj ten, Frank- Rose, Gui
f
rd mom-
l Edward Avedon, Her-
B Kanter. \r
tl ["inter San
v. iman and Weiner.
of Beth
l Shir announced
that ill I < itreu
cd at 'he organization
ram chairman of the club la.-t
year. Sh tail > ear's ac-
tivities will continue in the areas
of religion, i -ocial. Blood
Bank. commur..:> -ervice. and
bcwi
Legion Sessions
For Chaplains
S] :.il workshops will be I OH
ducted lor all American legion
Post chaplain.-- at ihe national con
vent ion scheduled to be held in Mi
aim Beach in mid Oi tuber. M n>
announced Wodnesdav by Rabbi
Robert I Kahn. national chaplain
"At the same time." Rabbi Kahn
aid, all department <>r state chap
lains will meet for a round table
(fiacanioa Purpooc "I these meet
ingl iv to orient chaplains with re
gard to their respective dutiei
"Every American lemon chap
lain can benefit from these lurveyi
ol obligations and poteotialitit
the office," the national chaplain
from Temple Kmanu El, Houston
Tex stated.
The two sessions will follow the
chaplains' breakfast which will be
held Mondaj Oct it. In the I
room of the Fontainebleai:
bott l
Pearly Gait I
........ by Hal Pearl
MAI. PF.ARL IS ON VACATION THIS VYEFK
...
B-G Urges Labor Zionists Do More
Mrr jHft
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day.
This figure is based on the rate
of applications being received daily
by the Board of Admissions. Sam
u. 1 Hemhard. vice president of the
Academy, is board chairman.
The Acadomy maintains a com-
plete nursery, kindergarten, ele-
mentary end junior high depart-
ment in the main building. The
Louis Merwitxer High School will
be started this year with a lOth
grade.'
The North Dade Branch for the
first grade will again be held at
the young Israel bide., rwo aff
IV! si -t NO. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Alexander S GrOBS, prin
cipal, -aid that the registration
peak ol 330 students will be reach
ed before the opening of school on
Sept. 6.
TEL AVIV Minister David Ben-Gurion retreat-
ed slightly, at a meeting with a
group of American Lahor Zionist
leaders, from his frequently stated
contention that th> If I no long-
er BIT) listinction l>etween Zionists
and Don Zionists.
One of his gUSUti asked him
whether in Mew of his stand on
the issue, it would not be ailn-
able to ghre up the Labor Zionist
movement and for the visitors to
stop being Labor Zionists. The
Prime Minister responded: "No!
Just do more." He appeared de-
lighted that so many young per-.
sons were at the helm of the U.S.
Labor Zionist movement. The in-
formal session took place at Mr
Ben-C.urion's office at the Defense
Ministry.
Previously, the group met with
Former Prime Minister Motiw
Sharett to discuss Americans in
Israel. Mr. Sharett told the visi-
tors that he had initiated the in-
troduction of legislation to amend
Is/ael civil service regulations HI
end a requirement of loyalty
*ihs for government position
which would be retained on I,TfZ
certain vital posts.
Since Israel was "a sp c ai ,,,J
4 country with special kinds^fl
proriems. there is no net i to
force such rules that cmid oa!
harm." Mr. Sharttt said
place needless obstacle- ln tfcJ
path of integration?' Hi uOm
that many such probl.-i W0BlJ
find their solution eventually.
This was understood to be a
erence to a rule which requ.
civil servants to sign a loyi
oath. Such an act is contrary toi
United States Constitute a
many Americans are. theref
barred from taking goi m
positions, except on special cosJj
tracts. Murray Wemgarte of fab.
butz Gesher Ram. a former Amer-
ican, told the session Hi Ameri-
can settlers have found, J 25 *
tlements in Israel.
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Friday. August 12. I960 *Jewlstincrkttar Page 3-B Local Body Gives Gift to UM Lab Greater Miami chapter of the National Kidney Disease Foundation letflllly presented "a speWtaphotoroeter to the University of Miami Medical Research Center. Used in renal research, the instrument is designed to measure the amount of substances present in fluids by a precise determination of color developed as a result of a chenvcal reaction. The amount is related to the quanity of light absorbed cr transmitted through the colored solution. Members of the organization were guests of' Dr. George Webster, who showed them through the Renal and Metabolic Laboratories. Center Camp Season Closes Many colorful special events brought to a close the annual day tamp season at the four branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Wattr carnivals were featured at the Miami and Miami Beach Branches, while the Southwest Branch conducted its annual carnival and auction. Camp Near, of the North County Branch, also completed a successful and auction. Some 550 boys and girls were served at these day camps during the past eight weeks. GMJCC is a beneficiary agenecy of the United Fund and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. $irtL in JH> lami Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hospital include the following: Son born to Mr. and Mrs. James Spector July 31. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. George Simon July 31. Son born to Mr. arid Mrs. Warren Orovitz July 30. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz July 24. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zemel July 24. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Becker July 20. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cohen July 19. Twin boy and girl born to Mr. Stanley Goodman July 6. Jack Davis July 11. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shurgin July 11. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wertheim July 8. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Lehman July 8. Daughter born to Mr. Martin Blumenthal July Daughter born to Mr. Leo Greenfield July 8. Daughter born tp Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golden July 7. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Abbott July 6. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. 8. and Mrs. Admiring the new suits for each oi the men residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged, presented by Joseph H. Cohen, of New York, are (left to right) Mrs. Eva Slifka, Mrs. Sadye Resnick, and David Jacobs, 80, vice president of the Residents' Assn. Best Dressed Men Membership Campaign A. A A +#% U/nr/lrnKo Soi,,n Dadc <' h: 'P"' r f thc Na Ada TO ftOrareBC tional children's Cardiac Hospital The best dressed men in town has embarked on a membership are the residents of Douglas Garcampaign. The new chapter meets carnival I dens Jewish Home for the Aged the first Wednesday of each month. I of Greater Miami. I Next scheduled meeting is Sept. 7. Through the generosity of Joesph: In charge of information is Mrs. H. Cohen, of New York, each of Nan Trobaugh. 10845 SW 42rd st. the men residents at the Home is The chapter is supporting the new now sporting a new tropical suit. National Children's Cardiac Mrs. Eva Slifka, a friend of the Cohen family, presented the suits Cars Roll Off Israel Assembly By Special Raport SOUTH BEND, Ind— The first Studebaker Packard Lark and Hawk passenger cars have started to roll off the assembly line at the Haifa plant of Kaiser-Frazer of Israel Ltd., it was announced Wednesday by Charles RWeaver, gen eral manager of Studebaker Pick ard Corporation Export Division. pital facilities scheduled for erection in the Metropolitan Medical to the Home at colorful ceremonies I Center adjacent to Jackson Memorin the Home's new Day Care Room. | ial Hospital. Mrs. Sadye Resnick praised the generosity of Cohen, and thanked Mrs. Slifka for making the presentation on behalf of the board of the Home. Mrs. Sarah Cossik and Mr. Dav*d Jacobs, president and vice president, of the Doublas Gardens Res! and Mrs. Martin Saxon July 18. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tritt July 18. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gaines July 18. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levy July 16. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. ; Richard Volkman July 16. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Dorek Rabinovitch July 15. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murray July 15. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Diamond July 15. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. David Franco July 14. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Wolf July 14. Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Colon July 13. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rose July 13. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Platt July 12. Daughter horn to Mr. and Mrs. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haber July 6. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garber July 6. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kessler July 5. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Solomon July 5. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus Wolk July 5. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Maier July 5. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Palant July 4. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Valfer July 2. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Steiner July 1. The announcement follows an other made last March in Haifa and South Bend on a comprehensive licensing agreement providing for the assembly and progressive I manufacture of Studebaker Lark Chai Group Meeting and Hawk cars, as well as Studebaker commercial vehicles, for the Israeli home market and for export. The Haifa facilities are the'Program Bahama Star Will Make Cruises Eastern Shipping Corp., general agent for the SS Bahama Star, has announced two special West Indies idents' Assn.. also gave addresses! cruises in November from Miami, of appreciation. The SS Bahama Star, famed for her Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual twice-weekly cruises to Nassau, leader of Young Israel of Greater will sail Nov. 21 and Nov 29 on an Miami, was heard in the principal; eight and a 12-da>West: Indies address of the afternoon. The Rescruise while the SS Yarmouth .dents' Choral Group, directed by will take over the Nassau run Mrs Sailv Manne presented a The eight-day cruise fare starts program of YidS and American' as low as $145, with Port Antonio, folk songs. Pre-School Classes Start Kindergarten classes will start Sept. 12 for pre-school children at Tifereth Israel Center. 6500 N. Miami ave. An accredited teacher from the Bureau of Jewish Education will be in charge. Montego Bay and Kingston. Jamaica, Port-au-Prince. Haiti, and Nassau the ports of call. The 12day, from $255. calls at Montego _. Bay and Kingston. Ciudad Truiillo. j ei r\m :_i-.„ RannKlir fif frniv and thai group of Hadassah met Dominican Republic. St. Croix and i Monday at the Voyager motel. ; Thomas, Virgin Islands, and Hadashonored the newlargest in the Near East and have a production capacity of 20 vehicles a day, Weaver said. A Lark four-door sedan made the pilot run over the new assembly facilities just four months after the signing of the licensing agreement. All major components were supplied by Studebaker-Packard from South Bend. • San Juan. Puerto Rico. sah Hebrew University Hospital | Every ^ on both crujses has dedicated Aug. 3 in Kiryat Hadassomething spec ial to offer the passah, Israel. Beth Imelh Rummage Sale Beth Emeth Sisterhood will hold a card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lelchuk. 201' NW 124th st.. on Saturday evening Here are the SHOE BARGAINS 99 Town & Country Red Cross Cobbies Fortunets DELISO DEBS 8 Sold Nationally 9.45 to 12.95 95 Sold Nationally 22.95 sengers. All meals are included in the low fares, and the ship is the passengers floating resort hotel even in ports. With a one-class ship, all passengers enjoy the same service and public rooms. The SS Bahama Star, formerly a Trans-Atlantic liner, has been completely redecorated and 100 percent air-conditioned. There is deck space for sunning, a complete entertainment program supervised by an experienced cruise director and staff, lounges of every description, and good food tastefully preI pared and served. Following the Nov. 29 cruise, the SS Bahama Star will resume twiceweekly service to Nassau. Complete information may be obtained at Eastern Shipping Corp., Pier 3, Miami. RDINE'S Shop Monday aaal Malay Naafct*. Miaaai. Miaaai taach til 143rd St Star*. Mb lauaWcdala, W. Palm B.h til 9:00 9:30 NO RACKS COUITfOUS FITTING •Y ixrtRTS NO RACKS Don %  > %  *-. ,.-. at *.—. M* f'.rf ..rK.IUrf.. *~. hi tfc. Sath SamolcSKoeSte^c O I I A M O U S 2302 Ponce da Leon Ihrd,, Coral Gobies Ph. HI 8-5500 OPfN IVHTtMONDAY ANO FRIDAY Til 9 F.M. 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riday. August 12. 1960
+Jewish fhrkUan
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outh Convene For Discussions
By Special Report
STARLIGHT, Pa.Some 100 top
pen-age leaders of the B'nai B'rith
fmith Organization convene here
his week to learn how to capitalize
[i. their talents and become lead-
in the North American Jewish
Ulnlt community.
The carefully selected partici
lants, all regional officers of the
nai B'rith Youth Organization's
i teen-age constituent divisions.
lleph Zadik Aleph. for boys, and
[nai B'rith Girls, for girls, will
\ participating in in intensive 19-
iy Leadership Training Confcr-
nce.
The participants represent the
Lores ol communities throughout
be United States and Canada in
hich BBYO operates its multi-
lased informal religious, com-
junity service, brotherhood and
pcreaticnal programs.
The conference format will in-
clude seminars, small discussion
jroopr, and guest lecturers de-
f^CGVST BROS uvi
signed to help the young dole-
gates examine the role of Jew-
ish tradition in today's atomic
age, the place of Jewish ethical
concepts in everyday life, the re-
lationship of American Jews to
Israel and with Jews in other
parts of the world, and their re-
lationships with non-Jews.
Also included will be sessions on
public speaking, group leadership
techniques, parliamentary proce-
dures and other skills required for
leadership.

Conference speakers will include
Philip Bernstein, of New York,
executive director of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds; Sol Rabkin, New Y*>rk.
director of the Law Department of
BB Anti-Defamation League: Dr.
Solomon Grayzel, Philadelphia, ed-
itor of the Jewish Publication So-
ciety of America; and Dr. John
Morsell, New York, assistant to the
executive director of the National
Assn. for the Advancement of Col-
ored People.
The Leadership Conference will
be followed by the international an-
nual conventiqns of Aleph Zadik
Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls. Some
400 delegates are expected to take
part in these two events.
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Arthur Fiedler, now in his 20th
year as conductor of the Boston
Pops, will make his sixth consec
utive appearance with the Univer-
sity of Miami Summer Symphony
this Sunday evening at the a'r-con-
ditioned Miami Beach Auditorium.
Fiedler, who has appeared here
annually since 1955, was named
the most favorite Pops conductor
by Miami Beach concert-goers in
a survey conducted by the UM
symphony office last summer. He
will come to Miami direct from
Tanglewood, where he conducted
Aug. 11 at the Berkshire Mus-c
Festival. Following his perform-
ance here he goes to California to
complete his summer series with
the San Francisco Symphony Or-
chestra.
Fiedler has selected Oxan
Marsh, young American pianist
who has toured with the Boston
Pops Orchestra, as soloist.
Marsh, who made his first ap-
pearance here last summer un-
der Fiedler, will perform Kaba-
levsky's Second Piano Concerto,
te be heard for the first time in
Miami.
Fiedler, who walks with the
briskness of a Kipling colonel,
will open the program with Chop-
in's "Polonaise Militarie." Leroy
Anderson's "Irish Suite" and Max
Steiner's theme from "A Summer
Place." a mot'on picture, will alsoj
be heard. An arrangement by
Richard Hayman. "Dancing
Through the Years." depicting the
changes in American dance steps
from the Charleston to the Cha-i
Cha Cha, is another musical treat:
in store for Pop concert-goers on
this program.
Fiedler, a native of Boston,
was accepted as a violinist with
the Boston Symphony under
Karl Muck at age 1, and later
played under R a baud, Monteux
and Koussevitxky. In 1930, Fied-
ler succeeded Alferd Casalla as
conductor of the Boston Pops
and presented popular hits in full
symphonic arrangement.
Ozan Marsh is a Californian de-
scended from William the Con-
queror and the Anglo-Norman fam-
ily of Ozanne. He studied in Eu-
rope and graduated magna cum
laude from the Fontainebleau
School of Music in Paris.
He has toured extensively in Bel-
gium, France, Poland, Austria and
Germany as a guest soloist. In
addition, he has appeared with the
Vienna and Warsaw Philharmon-
ics in Europe and the New York
, Philharmonic and San Francisco
1 Symphony in this country.
Youth Auditions
Scheduled Here
Robert Strassburg this week an-
j nouneed auditions for membership (
> in the All-Miami Youth Symphony,
of which he is conductor. Auditions
will be held at Strassburg's home.:
526 Perugia ave.. Coral Gables, on
Monday, Aug. 22.
Membership is on the basis of
1 ability, and there is no tuition fee,
Strassburg said. During the past
season, the All-Miami Symphony
I presented six concerts a n d two
television broadcasts.
Auditions will last 15 .minutes,
and are designed to test solo abil-
ity, tone, intonation, bowing or ar-
ticulation, and sight reading.
Six-Day Visit .
JERUSALEM Seven hundred j
and thirty members of -*'Cercle
Richileu." French Catholic youth
organization, were due in Israel
Wednesday for a six-day visit, tour-
ist officials announced herp Tues-
day. The group, it was said, will
be the largest single Christian
uroup ever to visit Israel at one
time.
Members of the Catholic clergy
in Israel have helped organize the
tour by the French Catholic youth.
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No Discrimination
JERUSLAEM Sources close to
the Republic of Cyprus, which is
slated to become independent from
British rule this month, stated here
Tuesday that the new government
will not discriminate against any
country in the Middle East, in re-
gard to diplomatic relations. Mem-
bers of the Arab League have been
urging Cyprus not to have diplo-
matic relations with Israel.
According to the Cypriot sources
here, the new government will
open a consulate in Israel and
others in Arab countries. Cyprus,
it was stated, will have only four
missions of embassy status in
Washington. London, Ankara and
Athens.

Zionist Rolaased
GENEVAA niece of the late Dr.
Theodor Herzl. founder of political
Zionism, has been released from a
Rumanian prison where she has
been incarcerated, and a number
of other Rumanian Zionists are
scheduled for early freedom from
jail, according to press dispatches
from Bucharest received here on
Tuesday.
Dr. Herzl's niece is Mrs. Butza
Weiss. A Rumanian citizen. Mrs.
Wei.-s had been an employee of
the Israeli Embassy in Bucharest
when she was arrested about six
months ago.
With the release of Mrs. Weiss,
the Rumanians reportedly freed
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been a leader of the Zionist-Revis-
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Page 2-A • Jcnistfhrkfiar \ Friday, August 12, Klutznick to Hit 'Split' US Policy A noted American and national Jewish community leader will address the concluding banquet of the 65th annual rutional convention of the Jewisk War Veterans of the Inited States on Satur,!;,) ftVMtag at the Deativille hotel He is Philip, M. JClutzmck. presj dent of the International Council of B'nai B'nth. and of the Amen can Friends of the Hebrew I'm vertHj PH/I/P H. *ii/TZNfCk Klutxnick will speak before some MOO delegates of JWV, who are meeting simultaneously with delegates to the 33rd annual national convention of the JWV Auxiliary. A body of some 4,000 persons embraces the present encampment, which opened here last Sunday. Klutznick ii Satnrdaj .\ peeled to hit hard at hipet pMVt' 0i Mperatlnf i S polio in, fronts at hoflU Blld abroad The Jevw-h Flondian halearned that :: is JII Walter Asked to Back Words With Action The national executive commit tee of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States on Tuesday authorized an immediate telegram to Congressman Francis E. Walters, chairman of the House I'n-American Activities Committee, to in stitute an immediate investigation of neo-Nazi hate groups to deter mine specifically where they are getting their funds to operate. The telegram, which was signed by National Commander Bernard Abrams. of Jersey City. N.J.. re minded Congressman Walters that he had. during the campaign of 1958. promised that if he were elected at that time, he would 'urge that appropriate action be taken" To date, no action h.ibeen taken, and the problems <>( n<'-Nazi agitation have contiunuel LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS The telegram pointed out that "if these so called 'fat cats' who stand in the shadows and provide the means for hate groups to operate were exposed, and held open to public ridicule, they might very well reconsider their 'anonymous' support." The telegram urged that the in vest igat ion be held at the earliest \ possible moment and urged that full recognition be given by the UnAmerican Activities Committee to ithe menace of totalitarianism from : the right as well as from the left The full text of the telemam to Congressman Walters is as follow"We urge you in your capacity of Chairman of the House In American Activities Committee, to institute an immediate invetigation of neo-Nazi hate groups to determine specifically where the) are getting their funds to operate. You will recall that during the campaign of 1958 you had indicated to our officials and others that if you were elec ted at that time you woul urge that appropriate action be taken.' To date, no action has been taken and the problems of neo-Nazi agitation have contin ued. If these so-called "fat cats' who stand in ,vrJsndOWl Mkd provide the means for hate groups to opera;e were exposed, and held open to public ridicule, they might very well reconsider their anonymous" support We urge that the investigation be held at the earliest possible mo ment and that full recognition be given by the In American Activities Committee to the menace of totalitarianism from the right as well as from the left ticipated he will tag as utter folly the condition in a uorld where •VM -null nations are no longer to hide behind a wall of sea or mountain Klutznick. who was high in the Presidential administration* of the Frankl n Delano Roosevelt, and aiM BM MTved under I'n'si dent El t anhO wS C on the IS delegation to the United Nations, is exacted to challenge t h e concept that the Inited States can move today in any significant fashion domestically without having an ex traordinary effect throughout the world, and to assert that American foreign policy must simultaneously affect the status of national life. 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Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61 %  %  %  Ressaatossswaasssi %  aaajaaa %  man of the overall campaign. Among his many activities, MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY —^ !" V S£ %  V^*T#n#rH/fff f f tive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, BRNSST JANIS: No. 2 in a Sari... friends his hobbies were golf and bridge — and he uses the past tense advisedly. Because he's so completely involved with CJA — and a whole string of welfare causes — there's precious fettle time left for hobbies. But he's enjoying every minute of it, he says. One of the area's top builders, he heads the Janis Company, which has constructed hundreds of dwellings for the steady flow of newcomers m Florida. In ma I960 Combined JawisS Appaal, "Ernie" wit cochairman with Cal Kovant of tha racord smashing b-jlldars' Division. In the 1961 drive, he'll be a Nice chair%  NOT JANIS his place on Brandeis University's Presidents' Council, his position as trustee at Temple Israel, board membership of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, and his leadership in the Mt. S'nai Hospital capital fund drive as cochairman of. the building committee. In the months ahead, personable Ernest Janis will be fitting in on strategy sessions to help "build" a successful CJA campaign. To this task he w ; ll bring the same clear, decisive thinking and sense of organization which have characterized all of his business and communal activities. His talents and dedication are welcome. They will add strength and color to the CJA campaign cabinet in 1961. : lorida JWV Body Condemns Red Menace In a move this week designed to buale the danger of Communism |ilh that of nee-Nazism, the Ameranism Commission of the Florida :HARIES S. LAVIM ANNOUNCES NEW ORGANIZATION PUNS IHARLES S. LAVIN, wboM deas have been editorialized in leaders Digest, announces die kldition of the famous PaJn leach Hotel at Palm Beaob, Florida. This is a truly luxurious (lace for retirement; the average ^te being $86.50 per month pet won, double occupancy which chides three meals a day. Ingle rooms are .also available. pedal dietary kitchen and din* jig room available at $1.00 pa* ay extra charge. leservan'ons are now being ao^pted for our new Garden %  'inn. Rentals start at $86.50 per onth per person, which inI' id's a lovely private room nth running water, and three iell-prepared meals a day. Also fese guests may enjoy the same cial activities as those in the iin building. Department, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, resolved to recommend to the U.S. Congress the formation of a new Secretary of World Affairs post with Cabinet status. The resolution was adopted at a special session of the commission under Percy Friedlander, of Miami Beach, chairman. Pointing to the continuing encroachment of world Communism on the free peoples and free nations everywhere, as well as the breakup of the Summit Conference recently in Paris, the commission declared: "We, the Jewish War Veterans, urge the Congress of the United States to enact such enabling legislation so as to give the President of the United States me right to take immediate action to prevent such further encroachments or infiltration of the Communistic ideology in North and sgardless of your age, you >w join The Charles S. Lavin rtirement Organization, the jes being one dollar ($1.00) er year. This entitles you to Si onthly bulletin and should a Member come to one of oar Jtels as a permanent guest, he she will receive a discount of 1100.00 the end of the first yean specific information larding the numerous ivin Retirement Hotels uoughout the country, leaso write Charles f. %  avin as noted below. ier# is no obligation. Congo Refugees Arrive Destitute Continued from Page 1 A this week to discuss aid for the refugees from the Congo with the Jewish Agency. He expressed the hope that the Jews would return to the Congo and announced that Premier Moise Tshombe of Katanga had promised compensation to those who suffered property loss during the disorders in Elisabethville.) Phillips said the Congo situation was "fluid" and noted that some refugees had already gone back to their homes while others intended to follow as soon as they were assured that law and security had been restored. He declared that some of the refugees intended* to sett'e in Rhodesia, some in South Africa, while others would go to Israel. He mentioned the public funds which had been established to help Congo refugees and called on the Jewish community lo contribute generously. South America." Continued the resolution: "We further request that the Congress of the United States enact such legislation that will create the position of a Secretary of World Affairs, with Cabinet status, whose duties will be to act as liaison between the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense." The new post proposed by the JWV here would have as its principle job the monitoring of Communist activities "and thereby keep the President completely informed." THE WEEK US I SEE IT Continued from Page 4-A beyond minor victories in a field of violations requiring a major coup if they are to be totally eradicated? It has assured some civil libertarian progress-at a price the Jewish community can not afford to pay. The alternatives? These were discussed in detail here during the last two weeks. A typical-payment i*w>i*r latest installment plan buying spree? A column Saturday by Adon Taft. religion editor of Miami's morning daily. Quoting a psychology professor at William and Mary, who declared as mentally ill those who "scorn all influences that have any religious flavor," Taft concluded: "I wonder if this has any significance in the Bible-in-the-schools controversy?" The barb of a boor? Perhaps, but there are so many — and all of them must be reckoned into the cost of the "victory" promised us. J LAKES yyoo ACRES Oy/?/ IN THE WHIT* MOUNTAINS PIKE* NEW HAMPSHIRE MHSMSSM lS-fMb Golf Coat*. • %  HaShta Cowtea TeoaU • Beting • Swimaoi.g • WaterSkiing Fihiog • Dud<| • hwd Cuiin Home of the Famous WHITE MOUNTAINSFESTIVAL of the 7 ARTS JUtVk UftilljTUiIAMIU iM&9& TO MIAMIANS WHO ARE EXPERTS IN THE ART OF RELAXATION Charles S. Lavin In Palm Roach Hotel 35 Sunrise Avenue >lm Roach, Florida MR. LAVINi closed Is my $1.00 membership i. Please send membership monthly bulletins. 'Color War 1 Due At Camp Avir Camp Avir will be the scene of a "color war" on Friday, Hy Tadelman, director, announced this week. 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Page 6-A +Jmlsi>Fk>rfi0!*r> Frid TAugust 12, Battery of Resolutions Faces JWV federal legislation in empowering to the Postmaster General's the Attorney General to file civil o j*lt the distribution 0 f injunction* suits in federal courts *3"5' l *j! ob *ne materi., vv i 1 UP ,he en c, n""nt >n dec u ate legal instrumentality for abolishing discrimination in housing, education and public accommodations. rgaahj nfc callin. 'an important first step,„ preaching.thia problem and U rft n V the governmem to use a poruonJ the Loan Development Fund ,hf area when the situation req tt £ such use. and that the T Assistance Program be mtensS in such countries as and that there be a greater for cultural interc-bante which JWV'a resolution on clearing the give the peoples of these lea • i .-li. who-' I fulminations in Washington have O) ffht "freedom of speech'' protec ;;on. In another session earlier this week th t JWV was Baked to launch a counter boycott, of goods from Arab League nations. Dr Seymour S Weisman. of Nor walk. Conn., lecturer at the Graduate School of Public Administration. New York University, who also serves as program consultant to the Jewish War Veterans, and Abraham Kraditor. of Brooklyn. NY, past national commander and ihairman of JWV's foreign affairs i committee, presented the plan for the counter-boycott to the assembled delegates at a panel discussion on the subject held earlier. Dr Weisman and Kraditor reviewed the development of the Arab boycott from its inception in 1949 as an economic weapon against Israel to its spread ag< Jews throughout the world. They revealed the tactics need by the Arab Leaue nationlisting American firms on a blacklist beci they are .Tew>h-owned. employ a ul -'. tial number of Jews, or en-1 gage in trade with Israel. can benefn effort will nations | amparti ular applicability to Amerploy ment: affirms its support lor contracts; affirms the support of mails of filth offers congratulations | better understanding I ,. ican Nazi Party Chief I Linlua l problems. JWV's resolution on Aid to fcj. Science Camp Proves Ponularitv | t,der *' *' d ,0 ""PP 1 !" *!" the er. roveb iropuiar ry f(>rlN of lhe scnool j B1 \ ricl8 and They also presented da on the questionnaires being circulated to American firms requiring them to take "an Aryan loyalty Oath" before permittinq them to do business with companies in Arab lands. Principal of Temple Menorah religious school, Herzl Honor, registers pretty little nine-year-old Linda Stern. Linda will probably attend school in the brand new recreation center which is being completed on Temple Menorah's property to meet w:!h the growing needs of the ever-increasing congregation. Maurice Revitz is president o< Temple Menorah. Linda is the daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Edward Stern, 7510 Dickens ave. A day camp with emphasis on states, the natural and physical sciences is proving its popularity for the second year, according to an announ cement Wednesday The Alpha Science Day Camp, located in Kendall, is under the direction of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Ackner. Mrs. Ackner is a Dade county science teacher. Her husband is chairman of the Hebrew Academy science department. The camp, consisting mostly of Hebrew Academy %  CJM Bi students, was started last year "in an attempt to combine a summer recreation program with a science program.'" the couple -xolained. "The aim of the science program is to • give boys who have an aptitude and interest in science a chance to learn by doing—through actual lab oratory work. Field trips to place. of scientific interestombn recreation and scientific study." Information Urgently WANTED concerning whereabouts of HARRY SILVTRMAN Ot NEXT Of KIN Born in Russia 1876 Emigrated to U.S. 1904 Occupation Furrier Last Known Address Essex, 176th St, NY, NY. Married re •"<" Athletic Group of the Mr. Kraditor presented a list of search wort while serving young Mlami Beach Recreation DepartAmerican firms which have capituheart disease patients from all ment al 'he .10th st Beach. This lated to the Arab League nations over the western hemisphere has marks l>r Wolfson's fifth talk on and refused to engage in trade with again been emphasize 1 by Dr Mil Tne Good Life Israel as a result of this Arab eco ton S. Saslaw. director of Medic! — Domic blackmail. Research, in his recent announceIn their program for recom ment outlining fcientific Studies mended action by JWV. Pr Wefsplanned for 1960-61. man and Kraditor requested that Top statewide program will be a the newly-elected JWV national study among dentists on the effi 11 commander meet with the two of dental practices on children with Presidential nominees to secure heart disease, frequentlv susceptheir pledges that if elected they tible to infection as-a result of den will carry out the provisions „f the tal work. A prior Study conducted Mutual Security Act of I960, and four years ago was aimed at mm the Agricultural Trade Develop imizing the danger of such infer ment and Assistance Act of 1954. tion, and the proposed research will denying American economic aid to be directed at even further im those Arab countries which oppose provements in this area of navigation in inter ^me 1.700 Florida dentists will be involved, according to Dr. Sjason law Both studies have been dii idected by Dr Doran D Zinner. di• n rector of dental research, and save REPUBLICANS! *'" blewd with a group o< candidate* who have much to o'V our Slate and Nation men toch at Richard M Niaon. Men-, Cabot lodge and George Chandler Peterton Won't you help 1 to get thete men teen and heard all over the Scat* o f lor O* We NtEO your financial backing now lor victory. Meat* tend i your contribution today Make check* or money order payable •; REPUBLICAN FINANCE COMMITtEE Of DADE COUNTY. Tha time is short! Send your help NOW! S/ JAMES W. DICKEY, Chairman Republican Finance CeMMerttee of Oade Cewxtv. FterWa 11)7 DuPONT BUILDING MIAMI 33, FLORIDA I-.I P \.lv national waterways and which dis criminate against Americans grounds of race or religion. Civil rights, discrimination housing, aid to education, obscenity been supported ir, part by grams in the mails, and general unrest in from the National Institute of Latin America, were subjects of Health. Dr. Donald F. Tarr \nrumnr*>s the opening ot his oftice tor the generat praetiee ot Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics 773 N.E. 167th St. (167th St. Shopping Center) NORTH MIAMI BEACH HOURS; • AM. to S P.M. Daily Eves, and Son. By App. Wl 5-1541 Night, Wl 5-1541 1960-61 New Year Greetings ROSH HASHONA SEPTEMBER 22-23 YOM KIPPUR OCTOBER 1 T HE High Holy Day issue of THE JEWISH FLORID. A N offers an appropriate, convenient and inexpensive means of extending your NEW YEAR Greetings to ALL your relatives and friends without neglecting or offending anyone. 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riday. August 12. 1960 +Jewish fhrkUan Page 9-B outh Convene For Discussions By Special Report STARLIGHT, Pa.—Some 100 top pen-age leaders of the B'nai B'rith fmith Organization convene here his week to learn how to capitalize [i. their talents and become leadin the North American Jewish Ulnlt community. The carefully selected partici lants, all regional officers of the nai B'rith Youth Organization's i teen-age constituent divisions. lleph Zadik Aleph. for boys, and [nai B'rith Girls, for girls, will \ participating in in intensive 19iy Leadership Training Confcrnce. The participants represent the Lores ol communities throughout be United States and Canada in hich BBYO operates its multilased informal religious, comjunity service, brotherhood and pcreaticnal programs. The conference format will include seminars, small discussion jroopr, and guest lecturers def^CGVST BROS uvi signed to help the young dolegates examine the role of Jewish tradition in today's atomic age, the place of Jewish ethical concepts in everyday life, the relationship of American Jews to Israel and with Jews in other parts of the world, and their relationships with non-Jews. Also included will be sessions on public speaking, group leadership techniques, parliamentary procedures and other skills required for leadership. • Conference speakers will include Philip Bernstein, of New York, executive director of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds; Sol Rabkin, New Y*>rk. director of the Law Department of BB Anti-Defamation League: Dr. Solomon Grayzel, Philadelphia, editor of the Jewish Publication Society of America; and Dr. John Morsell, New York, assistant to the executive director of the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People. The Leadership Conference will be followed by the international annual conventiqns of Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls. Some 400 delegates are expected to take part in these two events. By JTA Teletype Wire ARTHUR FIEDLER NO TAX round-trip tourist fare included Visit glamorous, summer-cool Mexico via Guest Airways famed for passenger-pampering service. But the Guest flight is only half the fun for a complete itinerary of everything this unbeatable tour has to offer contact your travel agent or send the coupon below to us. In addition to Mexico City, you'll visit Cuernavaca, Taxco and see so much mora. But don't miss out — do it nowl 1 I _• r;;r wo*-** 1 ** Please sand rrtai"' •"• ^J lioorese cay Fiedler Returns To Pops Podium Arthur Fiedler, now in his 20th year as conductor of the Boston Pops, will make his sixth consec utive appearance with the University of Miami Summer Symphony this Sunday evening at the a'r-conditioned Miami Beach Auditorium. Fiedler, who has appeared here annually since 1955, was named the most favorite Pops conductor by Miami Beach concert-goers in a survey conducted by the UM symphony office last summer. He will come to Miami direct from Tanglewood, where he conducted Aug. 11 at the Berkshire Mus-c Festival. Following his performance here he goes to California to complete his summer series with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. — Fiedler has selected Oxan Marsh, young American pianist who has toured with the Boston Pops Orchestra, as soloist. Marsh, who made his first appearance here last summer under Fiedler, will perform Kabalevsky's Second Piano Concerto, te be heard for the first time in Miami. Fiedler, who walks with the briskness of a Kipling colonel, will open the program with Chopin's "Polonaise Militarie." Leroy Anderson's "Irish Suite" and Max Steiner's theme from "A Summer Place." a mot'on picture, will alsoj be heard. An arrangement by Richard Hayman. "Dancing Through the Years." depicting the changes in American dance steps from the Charleston to the Cha-i Cha Cha, is another musical treat : in store for Pop concert-goers on this program. Fiedler, a native of Boston, was accepted as a violinist with the Boston Symphony under Karl Muck at age 1, and later played under R a baud, Monteux and Koussevitxky. In 1930, Fiedler succeeded Alferd Casalla as conductor of the Boston Pops and presented popular hits in full symphonic arrangement. Ozan Marsh is a Californian descended from William the Conqueror and the Anglo-Norman family of Ozanne. He studied in Europe and graduated magna cum laude from the Fontainebleau School of Music in Paris. He has toured extensively in Belgium, France, Poland, Austria and Germany as a guest soloist. In addition, he has appeared with the Vienna and Warsaw Philharmonics in Europe and the New York Philharmonic and San Francisco 1 Symphony in this country. Youth Auditions Scheduled Here Robert Strassburg this week anj nouneed auditions for membership ( > in the All-Miami Youth Symphony, of which he is conductor. Auditions will be held at Strassburg's home.: 526 Perugia ave.. Coral Gables, on Monday, Aug. 22. Membership is on the basis of 1 ability, and there is no tuition fee, Strassburg said. During the past season, the All-Miami Symphony I presented six concerts a n d two television broadcasts. Auditions will last 15 .minutes, and are designed to test solo ability, tone, intonation, bowing or articulation, and sight reading. Six-Day Visit JERUSALEM — Seven hundred j and thirty members of -* 'Cercle Richileu." French Catholic youth organization, were due in Israel Wednesday for a six-day visit, tourist officials announced herp Tuesday. The group, it was said, will be the largest single Christian uroup ever to visit Israel at one time. Members of the Catholic clergy in Israel have helped organize the tour by the French Catholic youth. eo No Discrimination JERUSLAEM —Sources close to the Republic of Cyprus, which is slated to become independent from British rule this month, stated here Tuesday that the new government will not discriminate against any country in the Middle East, in regard to diplomatic relations. Members of the Arab League have been urging Cyprus not to have diplomatic relations with Israel. According to the Cypriot sources here, the new government will open a consulate in Israel and others in Arab countries. Cyprus, it was stated, will have only four missions of embassy status — in Washington. 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Page 12-A +Jmlstifhrk&*ii Friday, Au gust 12. Playing the Underdog By MAX LERNER Nasser Presses Beef With Iran Shah LONDON——The United Arab Republic pressed forward on several fronts this week to enforce a United Arab front against Iran because Shah Mahmoud Pahlevi had reaffirmed hi* country's de facto recognition of Israel, and to block any move in other Moslem lands to relax the barriers against the Jewish State. — t j— Mohammed Abdul Hassouna. sec i .w i..——" ser's control or pressure, retary general of the Arab League. announced before his departure on M There is a curious American superstition that whenever a commentator dike a black cat) crosses your path you must do something about it. so you ask him how he stands on the election campaign Bowing to this superstition I want to set down at some length how the candidates and parties size up in an overall way right now. from my angle of vision -* -* s-c CHARACTERISTICALLY, VICE PRESIDENT NIXON, whose stance on the arms race and the political warfare with the Russians is one of defiant confidence. Is bearish about his election chances at home and It planning to run scared. Characteristically. Sen. Kennedy who icritical about America's present world position, is quietly confident about a Democratic victory at home Nixon is casting himself in the underdog role, counting on the trait in the American national character which roots for an uphill fighter Kennedy counts on continuing the image which he projects of an unbeat able leader who has won every' contest he entered, except for the Viet Presidential nomination in 1956—which he was lucky to lose, since it would have led nowhere. Incidentally, there is a legend that Nixon also has never suffered a political reverse. This is untrue Just two years ago. in the Congres sional election campaign which he organized and led for the Republicans he pitched the appeal against Democratic "radicalism" and "social km," in accents very similar to Barry Goldwater's convention speech The Democrats gave him and his party a severe drubbing. -Clearly he decided at that time to pitch his 1960 campaign left of center. a-€ s-c IT IS HARD TO TRANSLATE American politics into foreign terms But I should guess that its platform and its candidate's speeches now place the Republican party just to the right of Macmillan's British Tories 'which is pretty far left for the Republicans>. while the Demo crats under their platform and candidate are just to the right of Hugh j Gaitskell s British Laborites. which is also pretty far left for them. Given this shift leftward of both parties. I can understand the con i cern and despair of the conservatives in both, especially among th Republicans What I find harder to understand is the despair among some liberal Democrats, especially in New York and California, whi have done so much to create the current liberal climate, yet speak of sitting on their hands and not voting in November This is the disease of utopianism. which is one of the fatal disease: of our time. Neither party has emerged from its convention with : conscience pure as snow. Yet my guess is that each has done tolerabl> well for itself, and that the independents have the duty of choosing be tween them instead of going off into a nirvana of no-choice—which is itself a form of choice since it leaves the field to those with (ew scruples few reservations and no thoughts except a blind party loyalty. S-C S-C S-C ASSUMING THAT THE ELECTION will be won or lost in ten or a dozen big urban states which might go in either direction, the straw pull? giving Kennedy a strong lead in those states belie the bookie odds, which are on Nixon. I suspect that the bookies are reckoning with a potentia anti-Kennedy vote which will go against him partly on the youth and experience issue, but mainly on the question of Catholicism, and which is not yet openly expressed in the straw polls. No one at this point can gauge the size of that vote. It isn't tht usual anti-Catholic bigotry which expressed itself in the 1928 elections but a later form of anti-clerical feeling which seems to fear Vatican power and recalls the Catholic support given to McCarthy. I disapprove strongly of voting that runs in these terms. Size up Kennedy for what he is himself, and the party for which he speaks: don't saddle him with sins that don't belong to him and are far from his own thinking. Yet I suspect that this group will play a role in the campaign and must b* reckoned with. So will the liberal independent group which, on crucial issues, has in the past shied away from Nixon and yet is disillusioned at the mar riage of convenience of the Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson force-c -c -c THIS WILL BE A STRANGE CAMPAIGN, largely geared at reach ing these balance-of-power groups in the key states. To reach them Kennedy will need all the help that Adlai Stevenson can give him in th campaigning, and Nixon will need all the help Nelson Rockefeller can give him. To the victor belongs the spoils. To the beaten belongs the task of nailing them down for the victor Fortunately for Stevenson, he has fewer words to eat and fewer dislikes to overcome than Rockefeller in performing his role History takes some hilarious turns I should hate to be Rockefeller at this time doomed to pumping enthusiasm for a man whom he is doomed to carry on his shoulders like an old man of the sea. whose pest policies he has repudiated, and whose middle name he cannot remember (Thie Is a Copyright Column) a two-week pilgrimage to the Kremlin that he was convening a meeting of the Arab I-eague Council to discuss the Iranian action The leacve itself came .under bitter attack this week when Pre meir Hazza Majali ot Jordan called • press conference in Amman to denounce the league as under the domination of President Nasser of the UAR. and to assail Nasser for hit "irresponsible" abuse of the Shah. He accused the Egyptian dictator of making unwarranted attacks on the Shah and on Jordan's King Hussein in order to divert attention from deteriorating conditions within the UAR. control or pressure, lashed back this week with a biting reply to a Moroccan protest that Iran had admitted an Israeli delegation to the recent conference in Teheran of the International Women's Alliance. The iranimn reply bluntly noted that the presence of the Israeli delegation "was no concern of the Arab governments, particularly in view of the fact that Arab and Israeli delegates set together at all international conferences. Why then," it asked, "this cry w h ew Iran comes into the picture?" r'WWWWWWV <-W>~^'Vv'W-'WW^-W*U^— George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, was released from the District of Columbia General Hospital to which he had been committed last month for observation to determine whether he was mentally competent to face trial on charges of disturbing the peace. ted by a district court on motical of the prosecuting attorney after his arrest when fighting broke mtl at one of his anti-Semitic ralheil in early June. He was arrested a second uma| while the first cue was pending. in the Arab lands subject to Nastrial. Rockwell had been commit The Nazi leader will now have 1*1 He was found competent to star.-*. face the court on the charges an| ing out of the two fracases SAVE BY MAIL It's to easy to save at Flagler Federal Savings, especially when you save by mail. When you open a savings account we will gnr you a supply of save-by-mail forms. We pay tht postage both ways. 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[day. August 12. 1960 *JewisiinorkHan Page 3-A Israel, Argentina Close Adolf Discard By ASHER MIBASHAN JTA Staff Correspondent JUENOS AIRES-Argentine and |ael spokesmen agreed here that formal accord reached Between two countries bad closed the |olf Eichmann incident and jld mark the resumption of the rmal. friendly relations which 'im-rly prevailed. tie two governments had been jds since last May when Argenformally protested to the'UniNations Security Council (hat [,'n'l had violated Argentine sovliijnty in the capture of Adolf thmann, the Nazi war criminal |II directed the extermination of million Jews, and in removing from Argentina to Israel. [ The breach was officially closed publication of a joint statef>t in this city and Jerusalem ich declared: 'The govern its of Israel and Argentina, mated by the wish to comply Jth the Security Council reseluof June 23, in which hope was expresed that the traditionally friendly relations between the two countries will be advanced, have decided to regard as closed the incident that .arose from action by Israel nationals which infringed on the fundamental rights of Argentina." Angel Centeno. Argentine Foreign Under Secretary, confirmee: that Argentina regarded Israel's acknowledgment in the joint communique that Argentine rights had been violated, together with the diplomatic action taken by his own government, as the "adequate reparation" which was demanded of Israel in the Security Council resolution of June 23. He commented that "world opinion will judge how Argentina acted in this matter." The rapprochement between the two countries followed the visit here of Dr. Shahtai Rosenne. legal iHviser to the Israel Foreign Mm latry, who had personal meetings viih President Arturo Frondizi and Foreign Minister Diogenes Taboada. Dr. Rosenne, who carried out the negotiations mainly with his Argentine counterpart, Luis de PaWo Pardo. told the JTA that the talks were held' in n informal atmosphere without any "philosophical entanglements." He said that when he left Jerusalem, his instructions had been to find out what kind of satisfaction the Argentine government was seeking from Israel in connection with the Eichmann affair. When he arrived here. Dr. Rosenne said, he found that the stage had already been set for the expulsion of the Israel Ambassador Aryeh Levavi. He became aware, he said, of the fact that the Argen tine government needed such a spectacular measure. It was after the announcement that Ambassador Levavi was persona non grata, that the accofd became possible, Dr. Rosenne indicated. Asked about the redesignatior. of ambassadors by *'• e two coun tries. Dr. Rosenne said they would be named very soon, possibly after the Jewish holidays early in October. He said that he hoped the normalization of relations between the two countries would be accompanied by "better feelings" in the local Jewish community. "An uncommon situation was created primarily by *n uncommon phenomenon— Eichmann," Dr. Rosenne declared. He w I that normal legal standards could not be applied in this case. A Buenos Aires judge, meanwhile, has ordered an investigation into the kidnapping of Eichmann here last May. The order was issued by Federal Judge Leopoldo Isurralde on the basis of a complaint brought by Eichmann's wife, Vera. Judge Issuralde ruled, however, that Mrs. Eichmann had no legal right to sue since Eichmann was the person directly affected. liamian Daniel Neal Heller Among ront-Runners as JWV Nat'l. Commander MfilM piany are the resolutions to be usafld, the sessions to be atliied. and the hi" 1 """ —^•'• : --*s I record as the nsh War VetIns of the Uni^ States ap|<> a ches the :-kend of its % i am during organization's Ih annual con n t i on now teting on Mill Beach at the mville hotel. Jut all eyes are on Sunday's sesaa, when a new national comuder will be elected to succeed hiard Abrams, of Jersey City. ind Greater Miamians are hopethat, for the first time in the ^ory of the Department of Florthe national commander will ie from this area. [strong in the running is Daniel lal Heller, of 460 S. Shore dr.. liami Beach. Other front-run\r\ include Isadora Feuer, of Younostown, O., and Joseph Solomor.ow. of Los Angeles, Calif. Heller, a Miami attorney, belongs ,to Miami Beach Post 330. lie joined the Navy during World War III at the age of 18. and was recom' mended for Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, where he trained I at Princeton and Cornell Universitiev The Harvard Law School graduate is a former JWV Florida Department commander. He is active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Combined Jewish Appeal, and North Shore Jewish Center. He is a Shriner. 32nd degree Mason, Scottish Rite Mason, and former director of the Miami Beach Jaycees. In addition to his commandership of the Florida Department, he has served the JWV as sponsor of a Department Commanders Conference, was vice president and national publicity chairman of the 1955 national convention, national Americanism Commission chairman for two years, and is general chairman and legal advisor to the convention corporation of the pres ent national convention. General Blamed For Old City Loss j Continued from Page 1-A quarter defenders and the success of our forces in the new city erej ated among us the belief that our men in the Old City would also be able to stand up until we could relieve them by a breakthrough." Dr. I Joseph charged. He added that if he had known i of the true situation, he would h ive asked Premier Ben-Gur.'on to send some special commando units from the Tel Aviv area to Jerusalem. Meanwhile, Premier David Ben. Gurion will ask the Knesset to reject a Herut Party motion for ap-' pointment of a parliamentary committee to investigate the circumstances of the Arab capture of the Old City of Jerusalem during the liberation war in 1948. The Herut introduced the resolution last week after publication of the book of memoirs by Dov Joseph. The Herut move was discussed at a Cabinet meeting here. 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