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"•Jewish Floridian Volume 34 — Number 20 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, May 19, 1961 Three Sections — Price 20c PARLIAMENT GETS NEWS FIRST Canada Plans Rousing Welcome for Arrival Of Ben-Gurion May 24 OTTAWA—(JTA>— David Ben-Gurion. Prime Minister of Israel will 5, u 10 Canada, starting May 24, lor his lirst visit to this country it *as announced officially in the House of Commons by Canadian Prime Minister John Gl Diefenbaker. There was no information as to whether tie Prime Minister would include any stopovers in the United States during his visit. To See JFK? JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Prime Minister David BenGurion is likely to utilize his oliicial visit to Canada for seeking also an unofficial meeting with President Kennedy, it was believed here Wednesday. Such a meeting, if it takes place, will be brief and will be held in New York, not in Washington. Official circles, however, maintain complete silence about the possibility of a Ben-Gurion— Kennedy meeting. !' i %  I Senate Ok's New Envoy WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The lull Senate voted this week to conirm the appointment of Walworth krbour, of Massachusetts, U. S. ireer foreign service officer, to lerve as new United States Ambassador to Israel. Previously, the Senate Foreign telations Committee voted unanipously to confirm the nomination liter hearing a .sharp criticism ol State Department by Chairman Fulbright for shifting Bar r, a man with extensive diploatic experience in Europe, to lsel. Sen, fulbright, Arkansas Demoat. asked Barbour why a man th his background in Europe was !' ; to Israel. Barbour replied l i he had requested the assignient to Israel. Sen. Fulbright I a asked Mr. Barbour if he had •—Concern over Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's "continuing attacks on the Zionist movement" was expressed at a press conference here this week by Rabbi Irving Miller chairman of the Amercan Zionist Council, who just returned from Israel where he attended the recent meeting of the Zionist Actions Committee "In asking Zionists to forcsake I the hallowed term and to be Jews." Mr. Ben-Gurion seems to %  have suddenly discovered Judaism," Rabbi Miller declared. | "Surely he. more than many i others, is aware how deeply rootj cd Zionism is in the religion, history and literature of Judaism." Referring to Mr. Ben-Gurion's recent joint declaration with Jacob Blaustein, honorary president of the American Jewish Committee, Rabbi Miller said: "The Prime Minister rendered great harm to the vast majority Continued on Page 3 A Education Meet Criticizes Federal Aid to Parochia/s American Judge in Testimony Against Adolf Eichmann Defense SURVIVORS RILED PAGE 7-A; WORLD REACTION PAGE IOC JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Michael A. Musmanno, testifying here in the trial ol Adolf Eichmann. named Eichmann as "the" man in the Nazi apparatus responsible for everything having to do with Jews. The American judge, who. after the fall of the Hitler regime, interted on behalf of the United States Government virtually every Nazi leader surviving the t.crman debacle, testified under oath that the Nazi hierachy affecting "the final solution" of the Jewish problem ranked as follows: Adolf Hitler; Martin Bormann, Hitler's deputy; Heinrich Himmler, chief oi the Gestapo, the Nazi secret police; Josef Goebbels. Hitler's propaganda minister; Reinhardt Heyririch, chief ol the Nazi security and one oi the principal planners of "the final solution;" and Kiehmann. The fact that Eichmann held only the rank of a lieutenant colonel in the Gestapo was meaningless, Justice Musmanno said. Actually, the judge testified, a> head Of Section IV B-4, Eichmann's responsibility was spelled out in the official directives with only one word: "Jews." Justice Musmanno quoted one Continued on Page 8-A Orthodox Denounce Toynbee on Intermarriage NEW YORK—(JTA)—Two leading American Jewish Orthodox organizations the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations and the 'Rabbinical Council of America -issued a joint statement this week denouncing Prof. Arnold Toynbee, the British historian, "tor his recent {advocacy of intermarriage as a cur e for the ills of a nti-Senut ism. The Jewish prohibition against [intermarriage is the basic guaranare perpetuating for the benelit of [lee of Jewish survival in the world all mankind." the statement said |nnd the on!v guarantor of the BUTThe Rabbinical Council of America Nival of that Judaism which Jews is an Orthodox rabbinic body in the United States representing 800 rabbis. The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations represents 3.000 synagogues in the United States and Canada. The statement maintained that intermarriage will destroy and undermine the structure of Judaism which has survived long periods of hardship and persecution. "Prof. Toynbee is unaware of the fundamental character of Judaism," the statement claimed. "Nor is he even aware of the implications of venomous anti-Semitism in all its ir*ily forms. He has distorted the course of Jewish history. A historian of his stature should have Continued on Page 2 A NEW YORK-(JTA)—The American Assn. for Jewish Education adopted a resolution at the closing session of its two-day annual conlerence unanimously supporting Federal Government proposals to extend government aid to public education but oposing the extension of such aid to private and religious schools. The conference also adopted | long-term plans to meet the nation-1 \ wide shortage of Hebrew school teachers and a program to intensify adult education in this country. Philip W. Lown of Boston, president of the Association, reported that despite the organization's efforts to improve employment conditions and encourage teacher recruitmenl and training, American Jewry faces a critical shortage ol teachers for the 600,000 children attending Jewish day and par!-1 time schools. "The prospects are that the shortage will grow increasingly grave in the years ahead," Mr. Lown warned. "To begin to meet the shortage we would have to inject the teachinq system with approximately SOO teachers a year.'' But the annual crop of Continued on Page 9-A war. tine Arabs will regain their independence and cited the fact that ihe Moslems in Algeria are now gaining their independence alter 130 years of French rule. Mr Bourguiba made his stalen.ent in anwser to a question at a luncheon tendered him by the United Nations Correspondents A -MI. He was asked whether the principle of direct negotiations toward solution of international problems in Africa and in the Mediterranean, enunciated last week in a joint communique issued in Washington by the Tunisian President and U. S. President John F. Kennedy, should not be applied in the case of ArabIsraeli disputes. He replied; "Israel has never shown any disposition to abide by the decisions of the United Nations. Once Israel shows that disposition, there may be talk of a possibilty of such negotiations. The problem must be dealt with directly. Justice and peace have been hurt in this part of the world. This is a new typo of a colonial problem—to supplant one people with another. The people of Palestine now find themselves in the same position that the Jews found themselves in during the war. It is the Arabs who art now sitting in concentration camps. "All efforts at negotiations have tailed. Israel has invoked the right Continued on Page 11 A Golda Feted In Sweden STOCKHOLM — (JTA) — Mrs. Golua Me ;• Israel's Foreign Minister, told a press conference here this week lhal Israel was prepared to participate in a demilitarization ol (he Mjddle East ana without waiting for Ihe major powers to act for general demilitarization. Mrs Meir, who was in Sweden on an official vi-it, also said 'hat Israel was engaged only in research into the peaceful use of atomic energy and not in weapons research. She said thai Israel was ; posed in principle to all weapons and added that Israel was prepared to enter a peace agreement or even long term non agression agreements with the Arab countries. She expressed hope that Algeria would emerge as an independent state respecting the rights of others but added that Israel feared an independent Algeria would follow the paths of Continued on Pge 1! A



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Pcce 2-A +Jmist>ncrkA90 Friday, May 13. iggj Orthodox Jews Rap Toynbees Statement Contirued from Page 1-A approached problems of the t-vsh past with a trreater dec-ee cf objectivity, detachment tr.ti knowledge." The two Orthodox organizations further held that -there is no per•it cast-barriers between Jews and non-Jews in our American society. Marital separation between Christians and Jews i' • responsible for any signs ol animosity and ill-will toward Jewry in the United States. America is dedicated to the principles of l oily within the framework of ethnic diversity, differences of break cf virulent anti-Semitism, as clusively shown by the current Eichmann trial in Israel.' They refuted Prof. Toynbees assertion that •intermarriage will make available to the whole world the rich treasures of Judaism.'" These spiritual resources have been accented by all faiths as an integral part of the religious foundations of modem civilization, they pointed out. "They are already a major part of the spiritual possession of the whole human race.'' the statement emphasized. "Prof. Toynbee is short-sighted, inconsistent and narrowly partisan when he addresses himself to the sub:e Brandeis Prof. To Lecture Here Third and final lecture in the peared in leadir.g journals and BO es sponsored by the Braniodicals throng* u t the country" versify Club of Greater Mii n add::::tc his present work am i v. : b held Monday evening p ro f. vYt.. 5 din ..• of £ klgiers hotel. ^^ I Brandeis I3ui\t] Lecturer will Prof. Harold Dr. Star ej Frehlini will hairman of the Departchairmai cj the evei .,,.Philosophy at Brandeis ejty, Waltham. MaPref. Weisberg will speak on "Is There a Crisis in Education? Prct. Weisberg "as educated at' Brooklyn College, and did graduate k ;the Jewish Theological' Semin; ,' and Columbia University, he has written numerous articles, on education, which have ap habits, and religious uniqueness, j^cts of Judaism. Zionism, and Intermarriages on the continent of their historical development.'' Europe did not prevent the out-; ..,„„.. ^ j They pointed out that Jeu> have made extraordinary contributions to the enrichment of man: kind in every phase of civilized living despite strict bans on intermarriage. There is nothing incompatible between adherence to religious values and the rendition of services to help humanity on all levels." They strongly advised r'roi. Toynbee to study the sources of Jewish history, religion and sociology before pretending to be an authoritative expert on Jewish problems. PROF. HAROLD WEfSBfRG ZOA Groups Schedule Dinner On Sunday evening. June 11 Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America will hold their annual dinner in Miami Beach. Proceeds will go to the Mortimer May Dormitory being built by the Southwest region of the ZOA a: tl ( Kfar Silver Agriculture Trair.. School. Ashkelon. 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Friday, May 19. 13SI +Jenisti ihrijf&r Senate OK's Jewish Virgin Islands Exec. I By Special Report The United States Senate has api proved Ralph M. Paiewonsky, a; member of the Jewish faith, for the post of Governor of the U.S.! Virgin Islands. Paiewonsky had I fceen nominated for the high office by President Kennedy. The recent appointment follows a tradition set almost 277 years ago on May 7, 16S4. when Gabriel Milan, the first member of the Jewish faith to hold the post of Governor of the Virgin Islands, w a s rimed by King Chris:.an V of Denmark. Paiewonsky has been Democratic national committeeman from the Islands since 1940. He 'has long been interested in the development of the tourist industry, which last year brought $24 mill-on to the Islands,jnaking it the number one sure* f income. Rabbi Miller I Flays B-G Words Continued from Page 1-A >' American Jews who believe that American Israel relationships can best be fostered by a representative American-Jewish body, such as the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations." Asserting that Mr. Ben-Gurion I" l.is already made an unparalleled [niche for himself in Jewish hisItjry," Rabbi Miller expressed re[gret that the Premier had made no [constructive contribution to the postering of sound and fruitful Israel-Diaspora relationships. He [stressed that in his recent attacks Ion the Z'onist movement, the Premier did not speak f>r the Israel 'V eminent or p-. ip! < Rabbi Miller hailed the recent cision by Dr. Nahutn Goldmann, I president of the World Zionist Organization to sett? in Israel and •sume leadersht) • •• w libral party. II Imann %  succeed w m ir Benn ha fa He had been serving as, ckairmin of outgoing Gov. JohnO. Marwin's advisory committee on tourism when he was nominated by the President. Born on St. Thomas, in the Virgin Islands, 53 years ago. he attended grammar schools in the Islands, and came to New York, where he studied at Alexander Hamilton High School in Brooklyn and was graduated from New York University in 1930. He returned to the Islands and entered the pharmaceutical business. In 1936, Paiewonsky was el %  to the Municipal Council of St. Thomas and St. John Islands. He | was reelected to five consecutive • terms. In addition to his political interests, Paiewonsky has been a leader in business, tourist and civic' activities on the three islands ot St. Croix. St. John and St. Thomas. Paiewonsky's brother, Isidor, recently achieved note in Jewish historical circles with publication of a booklet entitled "Jewish Historical Development in the Virgin Is1 lands." Prefaced by famous au-i thor Herman Wouk, the booklet \ describes some of the many not! able Jewish residents of the islands, now and in the past. Among them are Judah P. Benjamin, born on St. Croix, and David Lee Yulee, born on St. TttOfliat. Benjamin became Secretary of State of the Confederate States during the Civil War. Yulec was chosen as the first Senator from Florida when that state was admitted to the Union in 1845. Page 3-A Zionists Examining Aliyah Potential to Jewish State RALPH PAIEWONSKY Young Adult Group Formed Young Adult Friends of Israel, a new young adult group for single people between the ages of 21 and 35, has just been organized in Miami Beach by the Zionist Organization of America, according to Louis B Rudnick, chairman of the Presidents' Council of Greater Miami ZOA Districts. Recently elected interim officers are Don Kaplan, president; Ann Sperling and Elaine Margolis, vice presidents: Paul Raymond, treasurer; Louise Kassin, recording secretary; Rochelle Schrold, corresponding secretary; Joseph Meyers, financial secretary; and Marilyn Schwimmer, chaplain. First meeting was to be Thursday evening, and the second, Thursday evening, June 1. On Tuesday, May 23. a cultural evening is scheduled. Also slated are a social swim dance for Sunday, May 28, and the first monthly Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, June 9. NEW YORK-(JTA)—The Zionist Organization of America is undertaking a survey among its nationwide membership to ascertain the potential for aliyah to Israel, it was announced here this week by Max Bressler, ZOA president. The survey will be conducted by the ZOA Aliyah committee, of which Jacob M. Dinnes is national chairman. Dinnes said the survey is being undertaken in the form of a questionnaire to be distributed among ZOA members. He also said that his committee would assume the task of planning one and two year work and study program in Israel with a view to utilizing in the most productive manner the talents and skills of young Americans in the State of Israel in contributing to its future economic, scientific and natural growth. The program of the ZOA Aliyah committee is being drafted in accordance with resolutions adopted by the last meeting of the National ZOA Executive Council. These resolutions provide for information to prospective middle class oilm in cooperation with the Economic Department of thm Jewish Agency, preparation o s one or two year study and wore programs for American younj ac'ulfs in Israel, and proposed establishment of ZOA sponsored housing projects for American settlers in Israel, in accordance with plans submitted by the ZOA president. "American settlers," Mr. Dinnes stated, "can helpnot only by con tributing their individual skills but also by their morale and stability. "While Israel may not yet be able to compete with Western countries in its standards of living, Amen cans will find in Israel a new sens? cf purpose, and gratification in en tributing personally to the development of that dynamic land." 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^m | m Page 4-A +Jeist Fkridltir "(Jewish Floridian CFFICE and PLANT — 123 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX •• JW 396, FRED K. SKOCKET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU Tc 4 2351 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel A Israel P.AY U. BINDER undent PuMI • -••••-" : Tin JewU UB H • • S E S h S-:---V S< !.;%  : %  %  : -' I' i t Miami, FV The Jewish Floridun has absorbed the Jwlth Un ty anj the Je*.*h Weekly. Mt-rber of the Jew.sh TaltSMpnie Agencv. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Wor:j* :News Sefv.ce. Kti:nU E2iiP>-ia Assn.. A/uee.ca* -A*s- campaign pledges, egregious even at the time they were made, seemed all too clear and their implications too binding. Debate of the issue could conceivably commit any of the contending parties, including the United States, to a position out of keeping with their best Interests ft is pure speculation, but not altogether unrealistic, to assume that Israel also welcomed the U.S. pledge. For open debate might UN conclusions long opposed by the Israel delegation. From A. the American position proved two-faced. It a luestion at th expense of the Arabs: it sold Isi .. .. blj le claims down the river in the nam it ncy. Whatever 'he motives behind the backstage maneuvering perennial "l id not fir i its w ty to the U! ;t not as prominently is on ly A inis< ition in the M t? 1 ready ii hei can argut SHOE ON 7--MM FOOT P WORD WAS • cons! positive! terms Israel's aus %  %  .... kly n here i ily cal n of the Kennedy Administi nents in these tei bet luring < hii hi flashi ... < rth — but wi tainb. thi State Dei '' stand I %  i we •'-> ago oi • it even pretend to this kind of %  omacy. Depai lent seized the o kYork S ate Commissii n Against Di I Vrabi rican Oil Company. Briefly, it %  %  •'SCAD case — and by implication ally — make more than %  -: 1 justifiable of the Egyptian b kade of Israeli shipping. As the State Department sees it. everyone it all wrong T i i S is certainly not a party to Arab blacl •he Middh E attrition tc destroj 'sraei — at wi nsignificant and unw arty. And, besides. Israel has all her own am. Thus, by some nea sties, the State Department com that Israel discriminates against American ships in Arab poi with as much vigor as the Arab states discriminate against Arr.erin Israel ports The conclusion thus seems to be that no : except the is. and that Israel's view of her Middle mma is highly over-dramatized. A CRITICAL VJfW Of MR. KENNEDY •THIS IS THE kind of reasoning one could expect from a State Department under the Eisenhower Administration. That it continues as a method or operation with .Mr. Kennedy in the White House strengthens several speculative possibilities. The first is that the Department has a political personality all its own without regard to who hold> the reigns of government, which continues as an i and whose policies are the product of upper echelon, "'face' diplomacy Much American history in the past gives good cause to accept this thesis Even strong chief executives, iike President Tru an •%  commented on the State Department's iron will Indeed Mr. • ccessful duel with the Department over recognition ol Israel is a colorful case in point that provides the thesis with a libility. Th eond speculative possibility sounds a severe note of Mr. Kennedy himself who. during his campaign for offu more than one occasion commented about the Orweliian characti State Department. He promised, if elected, to study the D '' ; icy-making mechanism. The Presi i show he has done anything but that. INHERITING A TROUBLESOME FORTUNE gXCESSIVE CRITICISM of Mr. Kennedy is unfair at a time C iba, Laos, Africa, and deteriorating South American po in a phantasmagoria of events to plague him Yet the context of these crises there is some evidence thai sident has been less creative, less active, and less provoc: an his campaign speeches led us to hope would be the mark of administration ba is admittedly a situation he inherited from Ml I Presi lent Kennedy had much to say about C tfice, but with the chips down, he adhered to the fr 0T Of the policy he also inherited. This sadlv seems 00 I -the case the other critical areas of the world, including our gene:.. 1 relal with the Soviet Union. What it therefore comes down to is that Mr. Kennedy has thus W fen more boldly than he lias acted in anv number of situal relymg uU |, unhappy prevalence on Eisenhower appointees like Dulles and on Eisenhower pronouncements like the Stal Department brain-twister about Israeli discrimination against Unencw snipping Hence the McGeorge Bundy reference to the Harlem Globetrotters. Hence the speculation about his meeting with W" Khrushchev a possibility he previously all but ruled out fWiJJ future. Hence, too. the U.S. hedge at the Uni % %  V1 • he faee of an Israel-Arab debate—a hedge on a csmpaign pronw



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Friday. May 19. 1961 vJewisti tier Mian Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITORColumnist's Panel Stint Condemned Mrs. Edward W. Broidy (second from left) is shown wilh Samuel T. Sapiro, president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, cfter presenting him with her contribution pledge of S5.G00 to the Women's Division of the hospital development fund. Mrs. Broidy's pledge will endow the marble and bronze "Book of Healing" which will stand permanently in the lobby of the nospital and bear the names of all Life Guardicn contributors. Looking on are Mrs. Sapiro (left), chairman of the Women's Division of the development fund, and Mrs. Anne Grossman (right). Women's Division director. Cedars Board Meeting Tusday A fund-raising dinner for the hoard of trustees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has been scheduled for Tuesday, 6 p.m., at the Fonlainebleau hotel, according to an announcement from E. Albert Pallet, chairman of the hospital development fund. Pallot said that "every board member will be called upon to mrrease his contribution to the hospital at this dinner." Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will open in the fall in the Metropolitan Medical Center with a non-profit, non-sectarian policy. Estimated cost of the 282-bed institution is $4,500,000. Sheldon Kay, chairman of the Bay Heights committee for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, has announced the setting of a $25,000 goal in Bay Heights pledges to the hospital development fund. Kay. co-developer of Westbrooke Country Club, will host a cocktail party for the benefit of Cedars of Lebanon on Sunday at his 251 Shore dr. east home at 4:30 p.m. Guest of honor will be actress Molly Picon. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: In Leo Mindlin's editorial of May 5, Mr. Mindlin described himself 18 the "angry young man" who served on a panel at a recent American Jewish Committee-spon-1 sored meeting at which Dr. Paul i H. Vieth was guest speaker. I : would like to discuss the role Mr. Mindlin assumed and his justification for playing such a role. Dr. Paul Vieth, for those readers who were not fortunate enough to attend this meeting, is a professor of Christian nurture at the School .of Divinity, Yale University. He was faculty chairman of a committee asked by the American Jewish Committee to conduct an objective self-analysis of bias-proaucing texts and lesson material in the Protestant religious school curriculm. This Study was conducted over a nioeyear period and involved some I 120.000 units of literature. It is to | date the most extensive study of its kind. Simultaneously, a study of Catholic literature is being conducted at St. Louis University, and a Jewish study at Dropsie College. Dr. Vieth came to Miami at the invitation of AJC to enlighten the Jewish community, as well as the Christian community, on some of the results and implications of this study. However, I am not writing this letter to discuss the findings of the Yale Study. I am writing instead to correct the misimpressions raised by Mr. Mindlin's comments as panelist at the meeting and his subsequent column about it. Mr. Mindlin's discussion and questions pointed out some of the aspects not covered in the study. It is obvious that if the study had taken 20 years, it perhaps could have covered the subject i DUTIES: I •<; •" ''••' %  • % %  %  %  % % %  '.' %  ..; %  ..' % %  -.. SAVING IS ONE OF THEM Everyone enjoys saving. But did you ever Think that saving is one of life's more important duties? The act of saving symbolizes putting aside a part of one's own substance for the future. And the future Is what we all live for. The future is our children and our grandchildren. We save for them and for us so that we can enjoy them. Thrift is one of the sturdy virtues that have made America great. At WASHINGTON FEDERAL we see our friends saving every day. 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However, it did not take 20 years; it took n'rve. It did not cover some of the things Mr. Mindlin suggested it might. This does not invalidate or make it useless. In my opinion, his responsibility as a panel member was to help clarify an understanding of the work, how it affects the religious community, and to what constructive ends the results could be directed. In my opinion, and in the expressed opinion of many who were at j the meeting, he assumed a role which confused the aims of the re-; search and its potential for the re-1 duction of religious prejudice. He criticized a major investigation into the causes of prejudice, rot be-' cause of what it accomplished, but I because it didn't conform to his [ goals. The role of an 'angry young man" has validity and desirability only when it helps to open closed i minds. This did not appear to be Mr. Mindlin's purpose or his accomplishment at the AJC meeting. MRS. LEONARD SILVERMAN Miami Comments .Mr. Mindlin: "Item: I never characterised myself as 'an angry young man.' ii is presumptuous to infer such naivete from my writing. id .\hou\s a careless misreading of the column m question. A very angry member of ihe very an^rN audience iirnlmihiedlv exalted enough in self-esteem to consider himself 'the aujsry young man of the evening.' confuted hu reaction to the presentation with my own. thu.s dubbing me with that juvenile and tasteless title. "Item: With respect to my personal contribution. / u'lll not be shaken from believing that my "was both valid and si • -. light oj the intended purpt r> study. T.i Jtnv it. i, t, %  : ( dreams. "Item / find it Interesting I ulate mi riie meaning of tht action to the question which '• Silverman, a staff membei of i • % % %  ; :< i of the American j ish Committee describe*. 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%  Friday. May 19, 19S1 *• Jen 1st ffcridfi&p Page 7-A Terror Survivors Slap Bonn Words By Special RS.SJ-.Recent Statements iy German I >rs In connect! the Eichmann trial were denounced here week as attempts to soften' -e picture of Germany's past guilt. • %  criticism was levelled by Jo~:h Rosensaft. a leading figure the Shtrit Hapleita (Survivors • ie Holocaust), forme:chairman the Central Committee of the rated Jews in the British Zone rmany. at a dinner reunion survivors of the Bergen Belleath camp at the Delmonico :el in New York ( ressing that the meeting repre; i the "authentic voice of imann'i victims." Rosensaft de!: "The least we might have i ;KIH< irom Germany's leadis a token of respect for the Memory of six million Jewish Nazi :tims and as an indication of relard for the feelings of the survifors of theNazi holocaust, would lave been silence. "Efforts to mitigate the imtafet of the Eichmann trial and to veil the stark record of atrociIties are an affront to our memoire*. Statements to the effect that only 'a relatively small perrent age' of Germans were coninced Nazis or that 'a great maIjarity of Germains' were happy ha help their Jewish fellow citi|z*.ns when they could, have a bitIter ring of irony for us who have 1 suffered the agonizing truth in |our bodies and in our hearts." Turning to the Eichmann trial low taking place In Jerusalem, nensaft -aid: "The words of Ittorney General Hausner at the bening of the trial are words we iarried in our hearts for the past to" years.* The time has come to remind the world that in the not so stant past and at the hands of a Kesumably civilized people, millions of innocent persons were within hours deprived of every shred )f safety and dignity and haunted nore cruelly than animals. We, .ho miraculously survived the •tinal solution of the Jewish problem,' appeal to the world to shed itmantle of complacency. Let no pti in belie \e that in this day and the world has ilready been declared. "No compensator.. whether called reparations re'sTltll'IBn TrThdemnification can ever buy off these memories." Recalling a statement by German Chancellor Conrad Adenauer to the effect that the Nazis had committed the same crimes against Germans as Eichmann had against the Jews. Wollheim observed: "I have heard it said (hat the Nazis had a final solution' for the Germans as they had for us." Stressing that countries who had closed their doors to tens of thousands who migh have been saved, shared in the responsibilty fjr what happene I, Wollheim declared: Let it be known that our accounting with the world has not yet I completed. The scars which remain cannot be made to disappear by forgivii It id %  iy oe able to forgive— aa people we can never forgive JOSEPH ROStNSAFT made safe from potential Eichmanns." In the same vain. Norbert Wollheim, former vice chairman of the Central Committee of the Liberated Jews, stressed that "the chapter of suffering, persecution and death which we have witnessed can never be closed, since, in Santayana's words, 'people who forget their past are condemned to relive it,." Noting that in due time the Eichmann trial may share the fate of "other headlines ot yesterday." Wollheim declared: "Names like Bergen Belsen, Auschwitz, Maidanek and Treblmka, which represented mankind's i darkest hour, must never be forgotten." He emphasized that the Bergen Belsen survivors '"fully and completely back Israel's moral right to try Eichmann" and noted that "legalistic considerations which would prevent a mass murderer from being brought to the bar of justice can only point to a most disconcerting gap between international law and ethics in modern society. "Let there be no doubt that we. the survivors, have no respect whatsoever for those who think that memories such as ours can be exchanged for a policy of forgive and forget," Mr. Wollheim Confirmation Ceremonies Mark Shavuot At Temple Emanu-El Service on Sunday Shavuoi will be highlighted at iTemple Emanu-El by the annual loafirmation service on the first Way of the holiday. Sunday. 10:30 I a.m. The regular service begins at 9 a.m. Having completed ten years of [study in the Temple Emanu-El religious school, the following confirmands will be recognized: Stanley Joel, son >f Mr an 1 Mrs. Ernest Bernstein; Jerl Al daughter i>f Mr. and .MrSolwaj O. Fler!>--:. K:i i •.',;; S'ue. il iyhter of I >r. • ni Mrs, Leo Plahbeln; Ttna Ronda, -' i ighter erf Mr. and Mrs. Morris (irvidman; Sheila Jane, laughter ol Mr ami Mrs. Alex Gordon Mar* Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs. M Qreenberg; Arlene Hope, daughter Mr. an i MrSamuel J. H Inerln; Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mr* Herman Kamtnsky; Barbara i ri. daughter of Dr in i Mrs. Sherm.in r:. Kaplan; Melvln Eugene, eon %  Mr an i Mrs. AltrI Kaiz. '".ay Ann, daugbti r of Mr. in I Mn Albert K i iiiiinn liana Harriet, daughter of Mrs. 1 • King; Nan -j '"• daughter Mis. Sylvia King; J idlth Ann, % %  %  "iach and has no bad effects. You •e • Anacin is like a doctor'* prescription. That is, Anacin contains Hot just one but a combination of lically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no tingle lry can give such strong yet •uch safe relief as Anacin Tablets. ami Mis Morris Krovets; Carol Ann daughter of Mrs. Beatrice Levin: Eileen Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and Mr* Louis E. Lubin; .loan, daughter >f Dr. and Mrs. Leon Munhelmer, Shar.vn Tina, daughter of Mr. in I Mrs. AI Nash; Nancj Frieda, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David A. Nathan; Barbara Louise, daughter 6f Mr ind Mrs. Joel Newman; Barbara Ann daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .ferry Resnick; Maxine Rita, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Rodt; Barbara Hedy, an.i Bruce Marian, daughter and son of Mrs. Anita Satter; Ellen Louisa, daughter ol Mr. and Mr\ Sehwarts. Jeffrey BCOtt, son of I>r. and Mrs Sol Selevan; Warren Stuart, son of Mr .and Mrs, Herbert Schwartz: Mix Bernard, son of Mrs. Kate Stelngart; Benjnmin Joseph, son of Mr. ami Mrs Alfred Stone; Ellen Michael, daught % % %  of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Teller; Enid Jeryl, daughter of Mrs. Elaine VYelsi and Kusan Kay, daughter of Mr an Mrs Raphael K. 7imea Bonnie I.ubin is 1:N>1 class -president, and class valedictorian is Susan Yunes, 1961 honor student Confirmands will participate in i special program. "The Jewish Year." after which, Bibles and certificates will be presented by Raphael K. Yunes. chairman of the board of education. Mrs. Sol Gold, stein. Sisterhood president, and Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman. director of education. Dr. Irving Lehr! man. spiritual leader of I i Emanu-El, will charge the confirmands. Cantor Hirsch Adler will chant, assisted by the Temple choir. A luncheon reception for the confirmands, their families and guests will take place at the Fontainebleau hotel on Sunday afternoon following the service. I* AUGUST BROS Ry: £ M+I. .!.„ BIST/ IS the BEST 71 CLUVARD EAGLE AIRWAYS Offers First Transatlantic Service to LONDON from MIAMI Now you can fly to Europe from the great Miami gateway! Luxurious, jet powered Britannias, famed "Whispering Giants" of the air. noon,time London arrivals for convenient connections to principal cities in Europe. Come, join the discriminating travellers who fly Cunard Eagle. They know that experience, high standards of passenger service, and cordial British hospitality are a Cunard tradition throughout the world. First class and economy class accommodations on all London flights. 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•z&fsztm Fage 8-A vJewist MrriiMur Friday, May lg 1961 F If w c A ir ( 11at 1 e< 1i c N s\ M ( A di .sc h < < J; t< ni W ci K K M M M C h N da 16 fe I re Di ] %  c u a P wl do 1h lie Us icIri pe vi: Sp pa ab c c pli ye Je w< se ir; pi. Oi po m re NJ Sc fo 1e: H. (/.5. 7i/(/ge Testifies Against Adolf Continued from Page 1-A lep Niii leader after another, as ht occupied the witness stand as tr expert testifying voluntarily fcr t-.s prosecution. AH the leaders h quoted had told him, the American judge said, that Eichirtnn was responsible for the •Irocitfot implemented by the H -ler regime against the Jewish peepl*. %  smanno quoted, am Brigadier General '.'• i %  • .'.. r, who w as in (. %  military and cii ilian ini %  : the Nazi regime. (I Sche i told him, the A ris said, thai "Elchmann, oi th< depa lent in cl i\ 5, personally supervised the activities of t il ipen (commando units) in the ( .termination of Jews." From i • e to time, the intelligence ch : I rustice Musmanno, Elchi i th s einsatzgruppen in the and attended me execution I p i" commando units constituted Tiferefh Israel Sets Confirmation i ifirmation at Tlfereth I( jregation will be held in the • 6500 N. Miami ave., on 7:30 p.m. I abbi Nathan H. Zwitman will riate, and Cantor Abert Glantz \. chant the liturgy with the ass 'anee ot the synagogue choir T the direction of Mrs Irving i rido. r iception will follow in the at ball. The confirmands are ses Ronelle Astor, Lenore Benn. •:i Burses. Judy Harris, Ro( w : He Lerner, Eleanor Querido and a Rosenberg. SURE Bank with Confidence Where you can borrow with ease and where you can deal with people you know. SION6Y M. ARONOVITZ Chairman of the Board FREDERICK J. TESCHKE President ALBERT AA. CHISIING Vice President JOSEPH IEVAY $r. Vice Chairman o' the Board HARRY FROHWVAN Vice Chairman of the Board MARVIN J. RAUZIN Director Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation BANK OP DADE COUNTY tNTHf 163rd ST SHOWING CENTER "a slaughterhouse on wheels." said Justice Musmanno. While the ofal purpose of the commando units was "to protect the rear ot the German army in occupied territories," that duty was called bj the American judge as "just a facadi •The principal purpose of the sal • pen," he said, "was to 1 rob them ol property." Eichmann, he testified, attende I th i original Nazi m teting i % %  irpose -A .ipelled ler, he said, recruited stafl the commando units I to recommendations by Sometimes, at Musmanno, il lea lers mad.' compl i ml thei i .' ievances concerni d bad weather, and the fact soil prevented them mass {raves lor the •xecu %  Jews. G'-neral Schellenberq told him. Justice Musrrt2Pno said, that commando unit leaders who refused to participate in the mass murder of Jews were excused from such assignments — not for reasons o* human : ty but because it would have been "inefficient" to try to force officers to do a job tney were net willing to perform. Justice Musmanno was the first witness called to the stand this morning by Attorney General Gid. in H a us i '. chief of the prosecution. But it was not until after a lengthy argument against the relevance of Mussanno's evidence, enby Dr. Servatius, that the • erican jurist was permitted to stify. Trying hard to get the court to disqualify Justice Musmanno as a witness. Dr. Servatius contended that anything the American juJge would say would be irrelevant to the current proceedings. Dr Servatius maintained that: Justice Musmanno was not in Germany .hen the events concerning the court here occurred: he is not a Jew concerned either directly or indirectly with the case before the court:"' the fact that he interrogated Marshall Hermann Goering. Heinrich Himmler and other Nazi leaders is not valid as far as this court lconcerned. Mr. Iiausner, replying to the defense objections, told the court that, since Bichmann's Nazi superiors are dead, "it is important to hear what they said about the accused to a person who carried out an objective investigation." The court ruled that Justice Musmanno could stify on all matter.-, except those concerned with cases he tried Ja judge. Justice .Musmanno had personally questioned not only persons who had been close to Adolf Hitler, in an effort to ascertain whether Hitler had really died; he had also on. zzed the leaders of the Nazi regime who had survived the fall ot the Hitler Government; he had been the official United States obWt'll take your tlrtd aching body tnd replace it with healthier, •ttonger one that will make you leti years youngarl THE NEW TREASURE KEY SPA 1 featuring the world's largest therapeutic salt water pool Massage including use of steam room, gym and swimming pool SC Series of 3 6 server at the Nurenberg War Crimes trials. Later, he was judge in the case trying former members of the Nazi commando units in charge of murdering Jews prior, to the establishment of the annihilation camps. The American judge testified he was told by Joachim von Ribbentrop. Hitler's Foreign Minister, that he resented Eichmani terference in foreign ministrj affairs, dec aring: "I am sorry I al Hitler gave Eichmann so mu > m riortty regarding the pro 'Jewish extermination." Justice YIus no testified that 1 Nl/1 Governor in Poland, had I rider lesti ning thai • l mplaine to Himmler, reque ., • H s aughti if Jews i However, Frank ha I sai mler was verj I usj wil i affairs an I recommen I I that I Nazi G ivernor \ Eichmann n stead. Frank th. n told Justice Musmanno he had seen E ehmann on the Jewish exterminati lem, "but Eichmann wou d noi in Ige." Anoher cf the top Na-.i leaders, fcrmer Gestapo chief Ernst Kalter.brunner, told him, Justice Musmanno test ; fied, that Eichmann was among the men "who ran the Jewish extermination program." When some "cooler heads" in the Naxi apparatus objected to the German Army s shcoting of captured Allied airmen, Justice Musmanno said, it was Eichmann wtio had insisted that fliers of Jewish descent be killed. Under cross-examination bj Dr. Servatius, Justice Musmanno held his ground insisting that the main responsibility for the annihilation! of the Jews was Eichmann's. and that the latter "was practically unanswerable to anyone tor the policy of Jewish extermination." •'Did Reichmarshal Hermann Goering try to divest himself of; responsibility by placing the blame on a minor official?" asked Dr.' Servatius. "On the contrary," replied Justice Musmanno, "he made it clear; that Eichmann had unlimited power regarding the probiem ot the ; Jews. Chronologically, geographically and biologically, it was Eichmann who determined who, where,! when was to be killed." When the defense counsel tried to get Justice Musmanno to concede that various documents, memoirs and judgements had blamed other Nazis for the annihilation ol the Jew. the American judge replied: "That is undoubtedly true; but the instrumentality was always Eichmann; he determined In what order and from which countries these executions were to be car-j ried out Dr. Servatius tried to break down the Musmanno testimony by asking whether some ol the people he had interviewed might not have named Eichmann to absolve themselves. He also hinted that Musmanno 1 might n o t remember accurately all details of the interrogations heI ; had held after the war. Justice Musmanno insisted, however, that some of the Nazi leaders who in-, \ criminated Eichmann were not I even defendants in subsequent war crime trials. William G. Mechanic (left), Miami Beach hotel owner, becomes new chairman ot the Miami Beach South Shore Hotel Assn., taking the gavel from Joseph M. Rose, hotel owner who has been chairman of the association since its organization in 1953, as Ray Redman (center), executive director looks on. South Shore Unit Elects Mechanic Willian ('.. Mechanic, owner of -sex Hoi %  er Miami hotels, ..unanimously nan I I b e Miami S iuth : H tel \-:i %  ml Miami Beach Soul hot %  Mechanic succe % %  Joseph M. owner o: th Royal Palm :. -• chairman which was organized in 1958 as the hotel divisi n I th • W shington Avenue South shore Assn., ac'i Hay R-, li ian execul Mechanic is a Ion ttl ie resident of Miami Beach, past president and I on irary life pres lent ot Beth Jacob Congregation, and member of the Miami Beach Planning Board. Thirty-two hotel owners elected to ser\e on the board of nors with Mechanic and Redman They are Joseph M. Rose, David Diamond. Louis Lechner. Larry Handel. Leo Radoff. Sidney Kessler. Ben Delnick. Arthur Feigeles. Dr. M. Goldfield. Sigmund Wein-' traub, Norman Greene, Abe Okun. Seymour Yaeger, Gilbert Menaker. Al Nash, Harry Schack. Bernard Zarrow, Ruth Schwartz. Victor Silverman, Irving Kaplan. Gusl Schwalb, David Tamen, Harry Kat zen, Leon Alexander, Lou Zarch, Civil Service Brunch Slated Greater Miami chapter of the \a Jewish Civil Service Employees will hold brunch at Corky's restaurant. 901 NE 167 st., on Sunday. 10 a m All persons in Civil Service are Invited. Guest speaker will be Harold Brow n. chairman of the : Civil Service Board of No. Miami Beach. In charge of further information is Bill Niven. 830 NE 179 st. Charles Kahn. Norton Weinl Harold Kramer. 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Friday. May 19, 1961 fJtnisfi fturkHtui Page 9-A DILEMMA OF TEACHERS Jewish Educators Flay US Aid to Parochials Continued from Page T-A teacher collect graduates was only li11le more than !00, cf wham anavhalf remained ir. the field up o five years, whila 75 percenf droi>;t'c out af'ir five /ears,. leaving an anm il a MM o-\ to :he taaching force c' 25 to 30. Tha situa ion was further affected by mortality and retirement. The "ache" shcrta ive in ioi metropolitan Jewish c ll more severe in the subU anlial number of cities an.I towns Ivith Ji isb pop ila %  I I 00 >r hi fir. Lown reported. Teachers fa-ere ;• lnctant to take j >bs in sue i [communities where chances of J: ncement were reduced, iie said Ipari rri *he gap was bema filled I I K Ass "ciation's r >acher Exchai [Program, througli which almost llOO teachers will be brought to l nited States from Israel this year h i• %  '.ear service Jeriods. • we w. -i %  ; | • Israeli teai h %  i our • %  >l %  Kir. Lown t "Six milDion Jews in the United S (should not only be able 11 %  their i v n needs ; il proi id< \v '.. pet onnel foe ther Jewish cornI in the Diasp >r i He utI the follov-1 \ pr 'gram to el the teach* r shortage: The estab jhm t of a ma %  foundation for arships for k n E r.ien and oung women llebrew Lead : A rt 's Commission Law anc classes to listen to one teacher simultaneously; 4. Over-all Jewish community planning so that denominational facii.ties. teachers, and even pupils are pooled. Reviewing the problems facing Jewish education i the United states, Isaac Toubin. executive di'-• i lor Hi the \ss< (i iti >n .'. -lared that the family ;.. ir ich to Jewish learning h;. to be revived if Jewish education was to have any i [fe five an.: -...:. %  ance. A situation had developed where •instead of the p..: ivin^j sufficient knowledge to exercise an influence upon the child, it is the child, out ot his meager learning, who is today exercising a Jewish influence on the parent." It was not only essential to exPiind adolescent Jewish education on the high school level but to intensify the Jewish education of the adult. Toubin reported that he had discussed this proposal with ten major national Jewish organizations engaged in ac'uSt education and, as a result, it was recommended that a National Ceunc : fcr Jewish Education be established to organize adjit Jewish education institutes throughout the United States. A! an earlier session the ques-. lion of such aid had been discussed with opposing view, being expressed by Dr Leo Pfeffer, direetor of the American Jewish ConRabbis Support JFK Proposal Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. has gone on record as favoring President Kennedy.-, proposal for Federal aid to public schools. Rabbi Leon Kronish. chairman of the church-state committee of the Association, announced Wednesway that the organization also "Pposeii 'any Federal grant-in aid to private or parochial schools." The Rabbinical Assn. resolu pinpointed this opposr.. • it a din d grant or an iadii 1 1 or a sub ;::ly by w:>\ est or no interest Loans by the i ral government.". Cautioning th3t "separat-on of church and state is guaranteed by the First Amendment cf the Constitution and bolstered by scores of judical decisions," the resolulion indicated that "it has traditionally been the response bility of religious orders ... to provide for the religious education without governmental support ." In recording it ^ support of the Kennedy p Irea Miami's declared th il public sch i .1 ition in the States is gravelj lat % %  e I i>\ th i lack %  i ilities, by an : by the ii • verai sta is to solve their : roblem wil I I ederal aid State Attorney Richard Gerstein will be guest speaker at regular Friday evening services of Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Services will ba dediccted to members of Women's American ORT. Gerstein will discuss "Faith in a Changing Time. Senior Citizens Map Conference Second annual Senior Citizens coni ference sponsored by the Greater] Jewish Community Center | will take place on Sunday, June, 11. at the Miami YMHA. 450 sw! L6 ave., it was announced by A. 1 Budd Cutler, president. Several nun:red de [ates from the four Senior Citizens clubs sponsored by the Center at its various branches in Dade countj will attend seven workshops which will be conducted on that day. |r impaign to in and train, •wish public scho teachers in (Jewish education; I Use of undio| v al matcria 1 s, ilarly closed -. ircuit TV. enabling a num et '. THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 23th ONLY! Owen Phi'lips' Coconut Qrovt Playhouse p-esan v s MOliY PKCN and FREDERIC %  o zm cial Action, and N'ew York UniverTi 0 center is a beneficiary agonsity Education Prof. William W. cy ot t!lP United Fund and Greater Brickman, who is also chairman of Miami Jewish Federation the Commission on Education o! the Union oi Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Dr Brick-| man had told the Association tha" he favored Federal and State aid to parochial schools as long as it did not involve any "unjust unreasonable control." But Dr. Pfeffer saw this stand as reflecting "a willingness to barter the freedom ot Jewish education for the fleshpots of Federal funds." The conference elected Philip W. Lown as president, and Samuel H. Daroff, Philadelphia, as chairman of the board RE-OPENING SATURDAY NIGHT of ONS~ 6> LIQNARQ SPlGtiMSS TICKETS NOW! -P9ICES day Eve i '5 J.75, 3 3.75, 2 7 Ved i S3.C > ^00 AIR CCNOlTiONED H! 52511 CURTAIN 3:33 CO-.ONUT MOVE ?LAYHCJS£ ?.' ; 00 Main Kwy.i Miami i.JJOY COO \ LS Reserw.ifior : Suggested Candidates Seen At Luncheon Miami Beach Lodge -f B'nai H'rith had a special luncheon for all candidates for Miami Beach City Council at the Ritz Plaza hotel on Tuesday. Present were Austin Burke, Ted Cohen, Wolfie Cohen. Henry Coteman. Leo Eisenstein. Melvin Engender, Bernard Frank, Hal Hertz, Kenneth Oka, and Bernard Wieder. Leo Eisenstein spoke on "Two Week* in Israel." THE MOST TALKED ABOUTMOST SHOCKED ABOUT PICTURE OF CUR YEARS! LA DOLCE VITA %  %  2 Shows Daily 2:30 & 8:30 P.M. AN ASTON IWUAK DIRECTED • tctmco mimi ROOSEVELT THEATRE The Moil Beautiful Theafre on the Bay 770 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD 41 it Street • Miami Beach JE 2 2331 ^AUGHT. DOWNSTAIRS ROOM SEVILLE HOTEL 29* t COLLINS ItsertttiMH: FIANI JE 1-7320 DOG RACING Nightly except Sunday KENHEL^^CLUB ADMISSION 50C-N0 MINORS(lAW).OOUBH RABBIT LURt AND SINGLE STARTING GATI BOX SEATS-PL 4-34S4. COCKTAIL LOUNGi AN0 BARS • CLIMATE CONTROLLED. POST TIME 8 PM PARKING 25c • No Tipping |Ui $. betweM HX tU ft N. W. 7th (bMMH MIAMI I MIRACLE in i riAOUi si DOWNTO** M*CU MIU COtAl CAKIS Opn 11:45 TODAY \GMe***AC0£e G>6yi Under the floodlights-They dared the most terrifying perils on Earth! In the backstage shadowsthey faced the deadlier v-olence of their own passions! 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Pcge 10-A rJenist Fkridkair Friday, May ig. I < < i i i i I I ] 1 ( i I \ c 1 1 1 i 1 I % I £ Bureau of Jewish Education Will Hold Annual Meeting and Exercises Tuesday Judge Milton F. Friedman and Mrs. Fanny Reich have been designated as co-chairmen of the B'nai B'rifh District 5 convention. June 4 to 7. at the Americana hotel. Seen with Judge Friedman and Mrs. Reich are Miss Edvth Fleischer (standing left) and Dr. Nathaniel Glickman (rear) convention coordinators. Judge Friedman will be installed as president of B'nai B'rlth District 5. The district includes Maryland, the District of Columbia, Georgia, the Carolinas, Virginia and Florida. Mrs. Reich will be installed as president of the Women's B'nai B'rith for District 5. succeeding Miami's Mrs. Gerald Soltz. District 5 Confab Lists Committee Jidge Milton A. Friedman, president-elct of District 5, B'nai B'rith. and chairman of the organization's June 4 to 7 annual convention here. has appointed his convention commi::ee. The committee, aiming at what promises to be the largest district convention in the history of the nation's oldest Jewish service organization, includes: Chairman, Judge 'Friedman; •convention coordinator, Nate Glickm n n; registration chairman. Charles Lilian; registration cochairman, Samuel Weiner; publicity. Nathan Perlmutter; ticket salt-. Irving Schatzman; ticket sales co chairman. Jack Fink; attendance chairman, Charles Seiavitch; hospitality chairman, Moe Fcir.gold; hospitality co-chairman. Eli Hurwitz; physical arrangements, Arnold Ellison; and souvenir.-. Jack Wilson. T're convention is scheduled for the Americana hotel. Adath Yeshurun Dance Temple Adath Yeshurun will hold its annual dinner dance at the Seville hotel on Saturday, June 17, at 8 p.m. Temple and Sisterhood officers will be installed Mrs. Morris Cohen is in charge ot reservations. Riverside Tells New Dividend Stockholders of Riverside Bank have approved the recommendation of the directors to declare a 20perce.nt stock dividend on Friday which is the bank's twentieth anniversary. The bank declared a 33 and one third percent stock divider! in 1954, and a 25 percent stock dividend in 1949. Rivanido Bank was opened on May 19. 1941 by the late Calvin Oek. with 28 accounts totaling $49. 117 'a on deposit. '-.)f April 12. 1961. the date of Technion Gives Degrees to 613 A total of 613 degrees were awarded by the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa last week, according to word received here by the American Technion Society. The Bachelor of Science degree was conferred on 477 graduates, while 62 graduates won Master of Science degrees, and 18 received a Doctorate in Science Since its establisment as the only university-level technological institute in Israel, the Technion has bestowed undergraduate and graduate degrees on more than 4,000 men and women. In the Greater Miami area. Technion is represented by M. A. Bas kin, chapter chairman, and Dr. living Lehrman, a founder of the Society and a director for many years. Secretary of the chapter is Mort Fellman. Other Miamians participating are Mrs. M. Baskin. Shepard Broad. Samuel Frommer, Mrs. Morris Franklin, Samuel Friedland, Nathan Kuskin, Bernard Rodins. Marcellius Staley. S. A. Volpin. Max H Levinson, and Mrs. Martin Wohl. of Hollywood. The 20th annual meet;;-..of the Bureau of Jewish EducSHSh will be held Tue.-duy evening at the Di Lulj hotel. The meeting will feature the graduation exercises of the Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau, installation of Bureau officers and'officers of the PTA Council, and first presentation of licenses tor pic seta srs in Jewish schools. The exercises will salute the 13 anniversary of the State of Israel, with a dramatic salute to Israel; sor.js by the graduates, under the direction of Cantor William Lipson, of Beth David Congregation; and an address to qraduates by Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridan. Diplomas and aw arr's will be presented by Herbert Berger, assistant director of the Bureau, and Rabbi Morton Malavsky. newlyelected president of the Greater i Miami Rabbinical Assn. Graduates include Flaine Bass. Pamela Beckman. Enid Bolker. Marcia Cohen, Barbara Cypen, Elaine Edelman. Mark Granoff. Carolyn Gray. Jessica Hurwitz, Edith Kaufman. Phyllis Kellner. Myron Mass. Linda Millar, Frank Miller. Rita Pollack. Dianne Resnick. Martin Saft. Barbara Toback. Richard Vogel. Louis Schwartzman. Bureau executive director, will preside over the graduation exercises. Instructors for the graduating class at the Hebrew High School are Rabbis Morris Horovitz. Albert Gottesman, and Shimon Azulay. The business part of the meeting will include the election and installation of Bureau officers. The slate will be presented by Benja: min Myers and includes M. A Baskin, president; Leo Robinson, Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. Joseph Duntov. vice presidents; Melyvn B. Frumkes, secretary. Judge Frederick Barad. treasurer: Louis Heiman. Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Matilda H. Ratner, past presidents; Sol Goldman, honorary president; Harold Thurman. Harry Simonhoff. Joseph Duntov, Ehiel Lesowoder, honorary vice presidents. Officers of the Bureau will be installed by Samuel J Heiman. of the Greater Miami Jew:-h Federation. Irvirg A. Kati, principal of the Miami Beach Senior High School, will install officers of the Council of the Parent-Teachers Assn. of the Bureau. They include Mesdames Samuel Hirsh, Beth Sholorn, president; Milton Feller, Temple Emanu-EI, Norman L. Harrow Temple Menorah, Lawrence Scherr, Beth David Congregation, Edward Zifter, Beth Torah Congregation, vice presidents; Leon Eisenman, Tifereth Jacob, secretary. ;',-: presidents are MesdameBcnjumin Green. Temple EmanuEI; Max Handshu. Beth David congregation; CharleRosenberg. Temple Judaea. The annual meeting will also celebrate Hebrew Teachers D a y. proclaimed nationally by the American Assn. for Jewish Education. Sol Goldman, chairman of the Bureau's Board of License, will present the first preschool teacher licenses under t h e Bureau's recently-approved Code of License to Ray Berman. Naomi B. Brandeis. Carol Cynamon. Rivka Fearnley, Jeanette Goldberg. Shirley Goldberg. Gertrude Golden. Doris Corn. Rebecva Kay. Audrey Lederman. M. A. BASKIN Sandra Levy. Ruth Peaick nore Richman. Reba Rodman :. trice Saal. Jane Schulman. B-ii trice Selditch. Rebecca Stern Wank. Meyer A. Baskin. Bureau ; dent, wili conduct t h e business meeting, which is schedulcc-d :> conclude with a supper snack Tickets for the meeting are available at the office of the Bureau of Jewish Education, 135 NW 3 ave. Misi Sue Berkowitz is chairman of i: rangements for the annual ;;;.; ing. the last comptroller's call, accounts numbered over 18,000. and deposits had increased to $22,528.028,08. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a weddin-j or a private pa.ty I tor Inlormatlom HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 tit St. Collins *•• 6f. • I til Mm A t MV | l||||f mnm% |IA<



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Friday. May 19. 1961 +j€nistFk>ridk*n Poae 11-A United Fund Names New Executive; Foster Has Long Record of Success Assistant executive director and 1936. Foster helped to direct five (r-rnpaiga director of one of the %  ftaJkSuceessful annual drives which tion's most successful United Funds i r_aised a total of over $50 million been named executive director • for mere than 100 Allegheny county <: the United Fund of Dade Coun-1 affiliated agencies. Last year, the ty, it has been announced by UF : Pittsburgh Fund raised S10.G17.622 sicient John B. Turner. or 100.1 recent of the set goal. He is Edgar M. Foster, of the A native of Grand Rapids. Mich., United Fund of Allegheny County. Foster began his fund-raising < a\ ittebUTgh, Pa. He will assume his recr in Michigan in 1945. later Joining the Indianapolis. Ind. Chest as campaign director, and was subsequently named assistant general i. anager in 1952. He joined the Community Chest of Allej heny County in 1953 as campaign director, lie played a key role in planning the campaign program when the Pit United Fund was : formed in 1S56. i ..es here on June 1. Foster succeeds Roy F. Kitts, who reserved as executive director of the Dade County United fund in February, 1960, to actfrt a position in California. Directing the Fund's activities in -i">e intorim has been Arian J. Hoffman, acting executive director, As ass slant executive for the s campaign director of the Pittsj Pittsburgh UF in i960. Foster assumed expanded responsibility for general administration ot the I'F in addition to his responsibility as campaign director. In the past 15 years, the new Mi ami UF executive has participated ir. United Community Funds and Councils National and Regional Conferences as a speaker, discussion leader and instructor. i gh UF since its formation in Tunisia Leader Attacks Israel Continued from Page 1-A i ; owers. and quickly, there will i ( new wars around Palestine Pernot today or tomorrow or i i next year or ten years hence. ere will again be an armed strug; ( in the Middle East. For 130 ars France thought they had a I rench Algeria, but this only led ar and bloodshed. And only i will a just solution emerge, I has in Algeria." the evening, following t h e t ess luncheon, Mr. Bourguiba was 1 < guest of Secretary-General Dag to Dade county narskjold at a dinner here to ( ,.; ncfS cra .. activitieSi Inp ,. t0 all permanent representa|ntg oJ mtTVS ._ £nd movleSlet to the United Nations had been vited. Among those invited were chad S. Comay, Israel's per poir "The entire camp will have an Hebraic atmosphere, and the camp phere." according to Herzl Honor. director. Kosher lunches, prepared in the new kitchen, will be served. He: r fC r l k ,'L Teshe> P reM J ,ent of brew tutoring will be available. Assistant Cashier Appointed e Bank of Dade County, has an ced that at the last board of rectors meeting James G. Wilson • elected assistant cashier of "h< bank in the Installment Loan lepartment. TtjGUST BROS R>: £ V Is the BEST' a WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN, ATTHE BALMORAL Elegant, luxurious surroundings, faultless service, exceptional cuisine. Groups of 10 to 600 catered in the royal manner I FREE On-Premises HOTEl FOOL F diking BALMORAL CLUB Guricn Assures Kate On Presidents BzJy JERUSALEM—iJTA)— Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon gave assurance this week that his recent and much criticized joint declaration with American Jewish Committee leader Jacob Blaustcin did not mean any chang< in his cooperation with m Conference of Presidentof Major Jewish Organizations. Th< s usually called the Pi %  •-idents' Conference. The assurance was given to Label K.-.-.7 president of the Prestween th< Presidents' Conference iden:.-' Conference, who sent a •' Israel representatives cable to the Prime Minister ex•'..1 say it was only mean to pressing regret that the Prime Minremov< misunderstandings. I am confident of continued cooperat During World War II, he was commissioned in the field while on combat duty with the 32nd Infantry Division, U.S. Army, in the Southwest Pacific and was wounded in action in New Guinea. He held the rank of first lieutenant at the time of his retirement in 1945. Married and the father of two <: conquest: it says here we are and here we stay. This problem j i annot be solved by negotiating delails. So long as there is no agreement on these fundamentals by the .ii ws who have come from Central Europe, the existence of Israel is in doubt. The whole matter will keep on festering in the Middle East. "As the result of the lack of cur-' children, Edgar Jr. and Laura, tint stability, the lack of equilibri-1 F os er 1? a Ma C n and a member urn will continue. All the frustraoi J* e Amcr 'can Legion. Pittsburgh t ons of the refugees, all the dif' affll >a ">ns include membership in cultfes of the region including the t ne s '' clair Country Club and the rax with which Communism has: P l,,sburph Personnel Assn. pi '. trated. all these are the re-j General campaign chairman of of this trouble in the Middle I the 1962 Dade County United Fund Easl j drive. Edward F. Swenson. Jr., if no solution will be found by joined Turner n welcoming Foster IDGAR FOSTER 26 Graduates Will Be Commissioned By Special Report NEW YORK—Twenty-six Jewish graduates oi the U.S. Military Academy al West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point. N.Y., and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy at New London. Conn., will be commissioned at the 1961 commencement exercises at those institutions. ister had made his statement with „. .. 'understanding between us in a leader of one Jewish organization aecordance with your assurance at a clo.-e cooperation on which j Israeli matters with the Presidents" part Conference. your fully reciprocate on The joint statement reaffirmed one made in 1950 by the two Jewish leaders in which Mr. Ben-Gurion declared that Israel had no intention of interferinp with the internal affairs of other Jews, that emigration was a matter for personal decision and that Israel would do nothir.-j that might undermine the security of American Jews. Golda Feted in Sweden Continued from Page 1-A "a certain other neighbor," presumably a reference to Morocco. Mrs. Meir said she regretted the fact that the SAS airline discontinued its flights to Israel in 1958 but declined to comment on the responsibility for the decision. She added Mr. BenGuricn replied that the joint statement was only a reaffirmation of the 1950 statement and was not meant to detract "in ns. according thc sli „ htcst from tnc accomplish %  •" ft^ £•c om sneaaaeo to the Commission on Jewish Chap: m cnts and the important rolc of j Israe^ hoped the fhghts would-be laincyol the National Jewish Wei-. tne Prcsidt nts Conference." He tare Beard. added that "the American Jewish Among four Jewish midshipmen Committee had compla ; ned of to be commissioned June 7 as enstatements recently made by some signs with the 1961 graduating class representatives of the Israel Govof the U.S. Coast Guard Academy ernmer.t which were considered inat New London. Conn., is Richard compatible with the agreement. I resumed. She also said that after July l, Swedish citizens will not nei (! a visa to visit Israel. Such visas will be issued to Swedish visitors without cost on their arrival. The Israel Foreign Minister washonored with a Government dinner Menorah Plans Summer Camp Tempie. Menorah will have a summer day camp from June 19 to Ar..L .. for children three years old and up. Facilities of the new airconditioned social hall will he used for serving lunches and all indoor activities. The camp will feature swimming instruction, games, sports, songs. i ent representative here, and ^1 lrrov.de an opportunity for Mrs Comay. However, they did children to enjoy Jewish experienattend the dinner. c '"./' r( l5xed P ,e 88n a T ,mos A. ApplePaum. of Miami Beach. The eight newly commissioned Jewish second lientenants at the U.S. Military Academy, the eight newly-commissioned ensigns at the U.S. Navai Academy, the six newlycommissioned ensigns at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, and the four newly-commissioned ensigns at the Coast Guard Academy will each receive personally inscribed copies of the Bible from the JWB Commission a! special baccalaureate services arranged by the Jewish chaplains at the academies. The services and presentations arc part of the year-round religious program provided at the academies by JWB'S Commission on JewisTi Chaplaincy, The Commission, the officialy-authorized body for recruiting, endorsing ~and serving Jewish chaplains in the U.S. Armed Forces, is composed of representatives of the three major rabbinical bodies in this countrv. .repeat the statement did not conat which Foreign Minister Osten Unden declared that Israel's restoration was the answer to the attempts oi the Nazis to obliterate the Jewish people from the earth. fcr any special status on any individual body or person, and should have no bearing on the fruitful relationship existing beBeach Insurance Executive Named Harry Levy, Miami Beach insurance executive, was unanimously elected president of the Greater Miami Accident and Health Assn. at Betty's restaurant last week. The Association is the South Florida Division of the International Accident and Health Underwriters, with headquarters in Chicago. Levy is past president of t h e King David Lodee of Free Sons of Israel, past president of the Greater Miami Lodge of Free Sons <>! Israel, and now serves as district j deputy for Florida of that organizaj tion. Past president of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach, he is now \ executive member of the Demo\ cratic Clul of Miami Beach, past president of the Dade Men's Club of the American Jewish Congress, and a member of the Civic League ol Miami Beach. Levy is also state director of the Florida League for the Extension ot Legalized Gambling and a mem: ber of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. have a truly luxurious i; wedding bar mitzvc 1 taanaoet at the exciting Fabulous elegance ;: sensible prices! RgcaUM < %  ttfl matchless facilities. and experienced management fif expertly trained staff, we can Ben* any event for much less than you could imagine! 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Page 12-A +Je*lstiFk>ridiaM Friday, May 19 %  : The ten-story "tower of research and learning" to be built on the campus of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. The building, for which ground was broken on May 7, will be known as "The Ullmann Research Center for Health Sciences." A gift of S2.000,000 toward establishment of the building was made to the college of medicine by Mr. and Mrs. Siegfried Ullmann. of New York City. The Ullmann Research Center for Health Sciences will contain research institutes devoted to human genetics, biophysical sciences and cell biology, as well as facilities for extensive programs in mcny other sciences. faculty lo be Honored Miamiail Wins 16 Youths Will Conduct Service Sixteen boys and girls will con-, duet services at Temple Judea on Friday as part of their graduation r exerdses from the Hebrew school. Parents will present the floral offering at the pulpit in their honor I and will host the Oneg Shabbat to follow. Graduates ar Eric, eon of Dr. and Mis. Qeor&i Balber: Aithur, HOD <.f Mr. ;.nci Mr* Alexander Barkowttt; Carole, daughter of Mr .>i"i Mrs. A l>;i\ id c; ildln -g: H. nry. w-n "t Mr. and Mrs. I'avld lw nberg: Carol, daughii r %  Mr. an.1 Mrs, Marvin i..-\ 11 Bruce, n of Mr. and Mis. Joseph MoHkowltz; I-..vi 1. eon iif Vr. ••'nil Mis JOHI • %  ..h Nevel; Keith, aon of Mr. :ind Mr* l.i la I Inohol. Michael, son %  >f M>. ami MiHerbert Roue; Steven, Ron .,f Mr, and Mrs. Manuel Serkln Robert. si • of Mr. a, <] Mis. 1 lavld Bhubow; T11I. son of Mr. and Mrs M011 P Hlh 1 Howa d non • % % %  Mr anil Ml'K. .-"'.vMnir Simon; Marvin, son of Mr. .,-,.' Mis Jai -"• Mark, -mi .f Mr and Mrs. Irving Suasman; and Judy, daughter ol '•' and Mis Prank Tuback. The Brotherhood will presenl awards to Carole Goldberg, who i has just returned from the national : Bible contest in New York, where she was among the top five winI ners in her category, and to KODert Shubow. On Saturday evening, services will include the continuation exercises with officiating. Three Jerusalem jockeys ride a free-trunk to the finish line at I the Bet Ha-Yeled, Bakka, a sleep-in nursery for underprivileged youngsters sponsored by the Mizrcchi Women's Ciganizction of America. The nursery, recently moved trcm B'nei Brak, cares for 50 youngsters between the ages of 3 end 6, referred bv SAAD, the Israel social services agency. Special Service At Beth Am part of the Shavuct Temple Beth Am will have a special service Friday. 8:15 p.m.. the annual cotilhon sei ce, i ball for the Rabbi Morris Skop 1961. to honor the confirmation class of confirmands will be held Sundaj Teaching faculty at Temple Emanu-El religious school will be honored at the congregation's annual graduation exercises Friday evening at the closing late service. Special tribute will be paid to the staff's senior members, Mrs. Naomi Brandeis, nursery school supervisor, who has served for 13 years, and Mrs. Miriam Anisfeld. Foundation School principal, who has taught at Temple Emanu-El lor 12 years. Sterling Opening Summer Season David Rosnrr. ewrer of the Sterling hotel :r. Miami Beach, has aniciineed the June 15 opening ol his dimmer season, which will last through Y 0 m Kipper. Sept. 20. Leading Orthodox rabbis have been among guests at 'he Sterling. A private saiidy beach, lounge area, and Olympic swimming pool for daytime relaxation, and planned entertainment programs assure a continuous round of relaxation and diversion at the Sterling's oceanfront location in Miami Beach, according to Rosner. The Sterling is situated an the oceanfront. is fully air-conditioned and centrally heated, and with every facility for comfort and convenience. Location of the room determines the rate, with top rate for oceanfront accommodations. The Sterling is operated on the American Plan only, serving two meals daily and prepared according to strictest dietary laws. Guest may request calorie-free and salt-free diets, as well as other "special dishes." M'CHAEl die mathemaISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR SYNAGOGUES A JEWISH HOMES We Carry Bar Mitzvah Records GM Scholarship A four-year General Motors col; lege scholarship has been awarded j to Michael N. Misheloff. outstandI ing student at Ml{ ami Senior High : School. Michael is the son of Mrs. Molly Misheloff, of 235.6 SW 15 St.. Miami. He plans to enroll at California Institute of Technology to ma.'or either in mathematics or physics He ipresiden: o tics 1 oni rary society, member of the National Honor Society, and the boy's Service Slub. He also won a varsity letter in swimming. Michael received the coveted GM award on the basis of national competitive examinations taken by over 21,000 high school seniors earlier this school year. Michael's "leadership qualities and scholastic achievement" were instrumental in his selection by a group of nationally-known educators. The scholarship is among 100 an: nually through national competi: tion by GM as part of its more than $5,000,000 a year program of aid to : higher education. Some 304 addi• tional scholarships are awarded dii rectly each year by a select list of colleges and universities. Michael was one of 30 students chosen from throughout the country to attend the Summer Mathej matics Camp at Florida State University last summer. He has won several mathematics awards. Members are: Elaine Brennar, Stephanie Glaubman, IJnda Green, Carol Hausman, liianne fcTeldltch, Shelley Slmaon, Jane Stone, Susan Htahl, Bunlce Tall, Ira • Jret-n. Mark Freeman, Itulicrt f'ragvr, Donald Warahaw, and Roger Angel. A feature of the service will be : a cantata, "The Seven Golden Buttons," by Rabbi and Mrs. Ira JEisenstein, performed by the Beth Am choir. Mrs. Herbert Baumgard j will conduct, and Cantor Charles i Kodner and Irving Wolf will be Choir includes: evening. Beth Sholom Will Confirm Youth "Bar Mitzvah of Israel" will be the theme of this year's confirmation service at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. The following will be confirmed: Christine Stephanie, daughter of;. Mr. an.l Mrs. Frank Alter; Klizaheth. I" arralors daughter -f Mrs. Efetelle li*nach; Stephanie Joy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Berger; Lealle, son of Mrs. Ann*Blane; Beverly, daughter "l Mi. and Mrs. Irving Hreakst.-n. Andrea I.e., daughter ..1 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conn; Ira Andrew, son of Mi and Mis. Max Plener. l.ester, son of Mrs. Dorothy Friedman; Stuail /.., s..n of Mr. and Mrs Morris i;ro> Milan; Tobl, daughter ol Dr. and Mrs. i.eo Grossman; tvankAw Forte Ba $e have been invited lin. son of Mi and Mrs Na' Holt/.to attend. Bernlce Anapol, L**nre (ioldsteln, Mariana Bailer, I'earl Stegel, Bather Herman, Grace Salem, Hetty Kout. Annette Belaky, Dorothy Wolf, Anne Albel, Dena Hyer. rt:ta Abbot. Alayne I'Vldman. Hose Ashh's. Kinl!" Kane, l>o\i GUIs, George Kramer, Jay I.eshaw, Wolfie Rose, Herman lala, Stan May c e a ohn, and Stan VVauina. Servicemen irom the Homestead REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & OMtit Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. MrfcofcsoJe £ Retail ISRAELI SIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Formal confirmation held on Sunday, 10:15 will a.m., be as Essen to Head Temple Judea Annual installation of new ofman: Sheldon, ran of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Isaacs: Gall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kain.ihai; Laura Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kaplan; Steve .v. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hern an Krelnbi Itonald, -on ol Rabbi and Mis. I., on Kronish; Phyllis, daughtei of Mr* Kelda I.' \ ii. I: ichell, daughti i ol Mi and Mrs. David Levy; Larry Selig, son "t Ml and Mrs. Joseph Lipsky; Randy I.... son of Mr, and Mis PhilM 1 ; %  !;;:; M ,:'^', 1 ,^^,'';'!;, B R r f f ice o f Tem P Ui Judea wlu b <"" Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert MrrTuesday evening, Mav 30. at a dinMrV MVanXewS Mr B d ncr an(i .,., daughte. ol Mr. and Mra Di 2 !" Lehrman Will be guest Henrj iJlenky; Sara, daughtei of Mr speaker. o; i 1 Nh, ^,:; ,, M^ "aV,!rw^:'' 1 ; ^ %  wjp sajow.tz w.ii in. vld, s f Mr. and Mrs. Michael s a ,h c tollowing officers for 1961Rossman; Kir hard Pierce, son of In. 62: and Mis. Norman Runs, Steitnen son n,_ c -J • .•,„. of in and Mrs Lester Sart.fi fellen Ben Essen, president; Victor ReiIrene, daughter of Mi and Mrs. Samter and Buddy Weisel, uel Shapiro; Alan Wayne, son of Mr and Mrs. Nathan Slegel; Sandra I...daughter • %  Mrs. Rub) Slutsks LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th St. at 103rd Ave. TU 5-1689 "The South's mosl beautiful Jewish Cemetery" Coral Way Branch Office HI 4-9849 __j Women Founders To be Honored a noon, Mrs Elise A. Adams and Mrs. Mac Gache were to be honored at tribute luncheon on Thursday ami Jewish Community Center" was vice presidents; Dr. George Balber, recording secretary; Irving Philipson. corresponding secretary; Meyer A. Baskin, financial-secretary; Sidney Richman, treasurer; Mrs. A. David Goldberg, Sisterhood president; Charles Rosenberg, Brotherhoed president. Essen is a past president of Miat the Fontainebleau hotel,: a trustee of Hilie'l at tteTnive'rs'uy of iUstU TM^I 0 ,l Y, board f Miami is P ast master of H>b.s?..i r Stt ? of Mt Smal


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Pcge 14-A +JmlstfkrM&r Fridav c I I V 0 1 i ft i' 1. F v S F a I < F y J %  ii P C P r. n f. s f 2 c s p : ? 13 A Fri Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN Slender Fragment of a Much Larger Literary Vision DAWN. By EMe Wiese'. Translated Irorrr the Fre-cn by Frances Frenaye. j? pp. New Ysrk: Hill and ^a-g 141 Fifrh Aye. $300. "QAWN" is Elie Wiesel's first book. His se< %  ^ •"Night. '" which preceded :n American publicwas reviewed here last October. A strong, poignant about the loss of God and death of dignity in a child at Auschwitz, it was flawed only by the very intensit> t the point it made, for as '.he degradation oi the child increased, he was able to communicate his suffering in terms which became more 3id mare bestial and less SI less human, and the delicacy and identification of the first half lapsed into the sheer!;, physical portrayal with w Overseas Newsletter: By EUAHU SALPETER (a M much more dlff cult to resi ~ %  •Dawn" is something less thai Strictly s| .%  is a novella, it has neither the %  >P* to be classified as a novel. It makes its ?s.nt clearly — perhaps too clearly, in the ?er.-e that '.here is little amplim. There is not much to che> on. in short Briefly, the story is this: EUsha. who had been the child at Auschwitz, now eight I •< member .•: J terrorist group (presumably the Stern Gangi in Palestine, waits through a long night fcr th vitable dawn, when he must execute a captured British officer. The offl is a hostage — that is to say. innocent — whose life fe : for the execution by the Britis • Jewish prisoner E .-.. who is sensitive to t I strangeness, is Fundamental Consequences of Eichmann's Trial Jerusalem CROM THE TORRENT : ords and %  oceans of horror that poured forth curing the first weeks )f the Eichmann trial, the shapes of the fundamental issues and consequences b sgic i emerge. For most of the correspondents, the first days of legalistic arguments about the competence of the judg lividually and jointly, and of the court is ich, were rather uninteresting. However, the ruling >t the c:urt. finding itself competent, after the arguments raised by the prosecution and the defense on this subject, resolved, as far as 1-r^?: .s OH the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIK About Education IS EDUCATION an antidote tJ %  prejudice? On the basis of a survey made for the American Jewish Cam mitt ee by Prof. Herbert Stember, jf Rutgers University, the answer is a resounding %  "no." Forma! education alone, we learn from the survey, is not apt change ;eep-roo:ed prejudicial attitudes towards minorities In fact, better educa individuals, it seem-, are more likely to reject social contacts of more than a casual nature with members of a minority group. are less apt to harbor traditional stereot Lit minority gr Does that mean it despair ol an m-trument of m i : conduct • iwer here is not a cate= tional n %  ;al becai y envisaged • become the greater %  luct, in huri ils and as c mi %  eatl %  pern .' nant concept ol es. not proces ? to : nd %  ish Comn las when survej gh I ttempt to pi how social gains hi • neverthele-imental q si which must be ..cation ca its maximum contn tkms.' what he apparentlj meant was ther .%  iar re-examining the pel luestion of educal tor what. Our elders, it s -he proper tonIt was not enough e a son into knowledge, but into avodah. service [t was not enough to inculcate a son with belief but with piety. Torafa those days was always coupled with avodah A man could sit endless days aver tome and absorb its contents, yet he was derelict if he failed in more in. tant tests—dedication, service, piety, mercy, human warmth, concern for the poor, the humiliated and the unwanted. Torah and Avodah were one. inseparable, and there was notearing them asunder. Mere erudition was no virtue, an element incidentally that was bqsic to the rise af hasidism. which was not a revolt against learnins-as is erroneously often said —but a striving for "tikkun" through service. The purpose of education, professors were won* to say in our college days, is to prepare the youth for living in a changing world But judging from the confusion of our time; it would seem the educators have totally failed in their purpose. If sixty plus years of education in the twentieth century have failed to eradicate the madness of prejudice, it is time to admit either that education is no antidote to idiocy or that our educational system had broken down in its most vital aspect In any event, the need is to re-examine both our educational system and educational purpose. 1 a very fundamental, aim The defense claimed that the laws nor the State of Israel existed when the del.: %  e d his .rimes The prosecution claimed, however, that generall) accepted rules of society super.. i formal legislation. When the first man was tried for patricide, there was n i law on the bcoks forbidding anyone to kill his father, the Ct that society sentenced somebody for such an act. acy established the law. This i? a very important paint mly as far as history of la wis mcerned but also for the understanding of the very meaning of law itself Ruling themselves competent permally, the judges rejected the defense argument that the court muse be "neutral" between the defendant and the alleged crime The judges must be neutral between the defendant and the prosecution; but. if they were neutral between the defendant and the crime, they would not be tit to judge anybody for those crimes. But important points began to emerge not only from the legal aspect but also from the substantive one. As far as the world was concerned, the trial was apparently becoming a much needed reminder of where human cruelty ar.d blind obedience to rules and commands can lead Th.was particularly important for Germany it-elt. where the well fed. prosperous citizens running after higher wages and profits developed to new heights the known German quality of forgetting the truth about then own Day in and day out. the Gern ... n iw have to facereading their newspapers, i: the radio during nch and watching teli vening—their )wn horrendous past. It is to be hoped that parents and teachers, who for 16 years it aboui > % %  ars, will n • ha\e I .-.•• the | •ir childr force* them to face s thai whicl void Prussian ai i Iong t • %  %  rgo! %  %  • s %  one of then shock Til • %  • f infants, million* ; •"> ::; %  tha exbetween the \sh i ;• the role of executioner proaches when he must, literally into the cellar to kill the ma ghosts of his past revisited. Although draw the lines too heavily, his tion in which Israel increasing! morality within a political context forced to sin todav's world, on today's terms. 'by and figurative!, 4! in. the book ,, : ,; Although Wie.se: dilemma echo-. ly findherself jJ* Elisha. who had "believed that the mission of A. i was to represent the trembling of history rather tha 1 kind which made it tremble." tries to hate the En!u man. so that his action will have more meaning. W my people have never known how to hate Their -ra*! throughout the centuries, has stemmed from theirinakfcl to hate those who have humiliated and from time to>, exterminated them Now our only cham you. in learning the necessity and the art of hate' r>2 our future will only be an extei and the Messiah will wait indefinitely for What is at stake, one senses, ithe much larj t.on of the ethics of Sinai pitted again-' pnatism. But Wiesel did not lem he post his hero is too much haunt of his past really to grapple with thosi it stands, the book would have made a good irg r work, aid although this is rather a back-fan way if r. I Wiesel is too good a himself with the -mailer vision. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWA* The Messiah Coming r i K i CONNECTION with the celebrate of Israel's independence, a Helm weekly recalls a strange spectacle nan ing the proclamation of the Jewish Sc 13 years ago: a tree in the Mean Shears ection of Jerusalem or. which hsq oaves of bread A pious Jew had M he bread on the tree, fulfilling the Iimudical prophecy that when the MM* comes, baked bread will grow on trees Twenty years ago. almost every three or fourmorii a new Messiah would be sure to pay a visit to the natutt B offices of the Zionist Organization in New York. The fe %  brew scholar. Dr. S. Bernstein, who was then editor J! is B Yiddish organ of the ZOA made it his special province 3 %  receive and interview these obsessed people One time, a Messiah came in escorted by ElijJ pbet. The Messiah him.-elf i spineless little. But the Prophr [-. rael in the United Nations This con elusion is based on the results of the voting at the last UK General Assembly on the Arab resolution against Israel The resolution demanded the establishment of LN custodianship over Arab refugee property in Israel, and was stronglv ophv Se l y r U ni,ed Statw Nevertheless by the General Assembly where a simple majority Republic. Cameroon, Madagascar, both Congos. ( Dahomey were among those who voted against resolution. Which shows that not all African countries re ^ under Nasser's influence. With all this. ". n J*IT' becomes clear that the Arab bloc in the UN c /, M count on the Soviet bloc and on votes of some •he AM' \0i tral" countries. This creates a situation where' .v s special political of votes is required. was adopted committee. It was defeated a few davs latr ever while not getting the necessa resolution drew 44 votes Howry two-thirds vote, the <2 no longer expect to win in the General Assembly l*^ u -ary two-thirds majority for its proposals T j[ e \ r abs iU e-pecially serious in view of the fact that '^ship li Preparing to make another effort on the c 5 IW Cp0 e mb er M t some bstained. Even countnes I Z Llan *&** hUe Gu.nea-which receive aid from ri hana Nl ^ r,a !" in the General Assembly v !" n 3 f"* [^T ? mm th M On the other hand, sue," co. &%*£** ue when the General Assembly reconvene The Arab request oould probably boomerang a of the nations which support it. It could lea' requests for establishing a VN custodianship ; ^ ia !n dia "—-—r .A to sin ,,ut It could lead w Yugoslavia' abandoned or taken over in Poland. Yug0 .lT A r3b re^I Pakistan and other countries which voted for tn ^ c0It .| lution. 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I 1 Friday, May 19, 1961 -Awls* Fk>rSdli nn Paqe 15A Priority Jewish Role During the Civil War xi ;** Bv ALFRED H. PAUL Bn Sunday,' Sept. 8. 1861. Miefaat. Mitchell Allen, 30-year-old Jfcii.irielphia-born cantor. reed to his tent in the encamp,t of "Cameron"s Dragoons." nion Army outfit known ofBally as the 65th Regiment of H Fifth Pennsylvania Cavalry. %  was a cold day. Allen rubbed H frozen hands, took up his pen, Tened his diary, and wrote: T %  r I W'Arose at 5:30 a.m. Very cool and ^Wtf ratinefast of Gcdaliah.' Did ^ %  t 'JSI. noi feeling able to ii<' si id service at 8 o'clock. Lectured on ce and Harmony." All the officers companies were present under Hnmand of Lt. Col. Becker and mU'-H m their uniform looked very iel. %  "Cameron's Dragoons" was a Hgiment recruited and organized B/ Jews. Its commanding officer Jras Col. Max Friedman, of PhilaJlphia. Most of the 1,200 men Id officers were Jews. It was Imed in honor of the Union"s fecretary of War, Simon Cametn When the "Dragoons" went tc encampment in Virginia, tar Washington, they elected a pplain—to serve the entire regi>nt, non-Jews and Jews alike. h chaplain was Michael Mitfell Allen. He tried to teach the soldiers reasonable, ethical respect Ind reverence for the Deity, 9-betTence to superiors, lectured the evils of camp life, did 'ear to mention such subsets as sex and desertion, comsrred hi-nself as a man of God ettino, en example to men of III religions. BTwo weeks after Allen's "Feast Gedaliah" entry in his diary. be encampment was visited by a MCA worker. He discovered that the Chaplain was a Jew. He was horrified He wrote to the very Secretary of War in whose honor the "Dragoons" were named. Secretary of War Cameron passed the matter on to George D. Ruggles. Assistant Adju'ant General of the Army. Ruggles issued an order, stating: Any person mustered i iti scrvict as c chaplain. u>ho u not a regutarlv \ ordained clergyman of a Christian denomination, u'lll be at onct discharged without pay or alU wanci." Allen, heart-sick because he I knew such an order would come forth after the YMCA man's complaint, had" already resigned by the time the Ruggles order had come down through channels. His excuse: "ill health." The courageous young hazan from Philadelphia knew he had no chance because, in fact. Congress had closed the doors to any Jewish Chaplaincy in the Union Army. When Abe Lincoln's Congress had passed t h e Volunteer Bill, for raising t h e Union Army, that measure included a clause on Chaplains But the clause requiring the naming of regimental chaplains stated clearly that such a chaplain must be a "regularly c retained minister, of some Christian denomination." • • • Aof this writing, there are 57 fulltime Jewish Chaplains in the armed services of the United States oi America. All have been trained ar.c'. ordained a.rabbis the seminaries of the three American Jewish denominations —Reform. Conservative and Orthodox. The Jewish Chaplains are under the supervision of the Commission of Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board. During World War II. 311 Jewish rabbis served as fulltime Chaplains in our armed services ur>LEGAL NOTICE lerusalem children, learn about the wonders of plant life trom a counselor at Kfar Batya, Mizrachi Women's Children's Village and Farm School, at Raanana, Israel. Class is part of extensive program to give city children country experiences financed by Mizrachi Women's Fresh Air Fund, which provides outings, weekends, and brief vacations for underprivileged youngsters from congested neighborhoods. IN T--E COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'T IN A-^D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROEA7E No. 45831 i\ R tat' of AN] V C< IRDASKV, • ..:.-. .1. SfTXE OF INTJINTIDN TC MAKI AFFLIC ATION FOR DISTRIEL'T ON AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTU I) F hereby ci\en thai I I ive filed rnj I Inal R< i" ri and I • I.: on for i iBti M uti< n and Final %  lwh ITm Es. itoi of the i Mate ol Vnd> % %  < ml ill;" on the •'h lune, 1961, will applj to the I : i •, mty Judge* 'i i > ide I • Ida, for ap]ir<\ % %  %  Km. Ftei'ori ami for distribution ind f!m ^'s Bxeeutoi <'f ili ftati i f thi above -nam< d deced • % %  di PI ISI ci GOLDMAN & OOLDBTKIN Att< i ney J %  A : %  SI. Miami, F"l< i Ida :. % % %  : >.. %  %  !i-9 %  % % % % %  \m in a series ~ t a test case. Many Jewish r derided the newly formed '. of Delegates of American insisting that t h e arrow j.roup. not rep:the Board ead it urmally appointschel as its \o\i in Washington ,to work for re• ieion of the Volunteer Bill. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v> TICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ih. underoigned, ade touni s. P*'' i"' 1 > ,\E3S L. MacDt INALD • R HIRSCH : I.I i.i s 1.. Mai i • •..' • ; louli vard Y.i • %  Floi Ida .• • -.--9 NOTICE UNDER F CTtTlOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that • signed, %  '• siring li • :.•%  'l Florli RBERT BRAVN Sole > iv ner CARS & ROTH ..-:•> Applicant I! ,s s '.'. I -i Street : ,: -26, 8 :-9 Meanwhile, petitions ilooded Washington. And not only Jews signed those petitions. In Baltimore alone. 700 Christians signed a petition to Congress circulated by a non-Jewish member of the Maryland Legislature. In Washington. Fischel presented his arguments for a change in the law to virtually every mom ber of Lincoln's Cabinet. He was not given much encouragement. Finally, he reached Abraham Lincoln himself. On December 13. 186!. a letter signed "Yours truly, A. Lincoln.'" was sent from the White House to "Rev. Dr. A Fischel The letter read: i art sett al partii i ;t lau' m • bi deficient ch 1 now design l %  ., nmttti i i %  C. % % %  %  %  | me a law I • ..: i> .iisirt.. • ., .. i behalj (f tht Israelites." The President made good 'on his pledge, lt took many more months, however, before the law was amended. Many Protestant clergymen opposed an amendment, and many members of both Houses of Congress were either lukewarm or hostile in their attitudes. It was not until July 17, 18M, that the issue was resolved finally. Congress interpreted its older "Christian" clause to mean: "That no person shall be appointed a chaplain in the United States Army that is not a regtlarly ordained minister of some religious denominatfoit" (emphasis supplied). -21 %  '• : %  9 The back of officially sanctioned igious discrimination in the •. -E CRCUIT COURT cr THE had been broker, SEVENTH JUD.C.AL CtRCU-T or Jews were e.igible for appom:;C.\TY. IN CHANCE C > ment as Chaplains—if their qua: No. 61C 4936 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF" FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4935 SHC I.I V JEAN BUTLER, Plaintiff, J< Ml H RUDOLPH BUTLEH i t fndant. ORDER TO APPEAR Y r. JOSEPH RUDOLPH i UTLER, i very, 1 lublln, North i ... by required to -•:• ^ i-, 5 • yo ir anawer to %  < % %  mplalnl fin dlvorc* "ii plaintiff's attorney M. Barnes, Ho.nn "< %  : 10 S.a. • Miami. Florida, I r. or I r 20, 1961, otherv i>a deI bi entered agi Inat you. •n.nth day ol May, l!6l. LEATHERMAN, • k of Circuit Tour; B} HELEN KESSLER. f:ca: rabbis were othenvist .ri crc.cr Dr. Bertram Wallace Korn. : v .cr o: the definitive historical .can Jewry and War' to whom this writer ;' IA E. 1 WAS. • fl %  WAS. CRDER TO APFE<.<= %  : >\\ RD BANAS ttB Indbi rgh Htti Del h, reb) • • red to ..f your to a is ind or material emplo; %  : divorce .1 :i fr s jn this -• ri< s—although m, irees were also used) has writti t, for the Ann: \il War years "< pressed the cxreriences and lesand pain of generations.'" Amer.can Jewry.'" noted Dr. Krrn. ""had been, in 1860, inchoate and immature, uncertain Of its needs and unsure of its strength, almost completely unprepared tc solve the most elementary of its problems." But. during the War years. American Jewry learned and it grew to maturity. As the great American historian. Allan Nevins. stated in his introduction to the magnificent Korn study: "It was primarily becausr determined energy that the p emerged from war with their rights and irri'munid acknowlc. g< .for their dwi 1 • l d< % % %  they hi mi 1] Americans."' M Ba 1 m t Bi n ::"-'. Mian : rial with iii' • • of thia fon thi SMh daj "f or 1 efault %  • .'OU. VI ami, Florli II Is nth LEATHERMAN • f c circuit C HELEN K : -.!•:!.. • uty Clerk, .31 6 :'-9 IN TWE C'RCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVEMTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLCR;DA IN AND FCR CADE CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 61C 5040 l E B. MARSHALL, %  v .: MAKSHAI.I....I -ICE BY PUBLIC*C\ Y .. LEN M. MURSH .".:. ad,;..-. .. BKhlnirton h .' y N1 v. ." • j •:!.' A ...11 lint v. r t.. the f the ab ive hereof to • %  ••" Con• • Ufcil la, on • suit .. t ; 11 :..vi1 %  • HELEN RESt ..iti:. ,: j Clei -I ... •: J-9



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Paqe 16-A fjewlsti ffairiidliicbr) Friday, May 13, ^ Super Spy By MAX LERNER New that the CIA is being overseen and overhauled from every direction with every kind of expert being brought in to make a diagnosis there remains only to call upon British Secret Agent Jame> Bond and his creator Ian Fleming Given what Bond has been able to do in more than a hall-dozen super-assignments over'the course of as many years, he should find ibis one a lark and have it wrapped up in no time, torturing a few men and making one or two women happy as a natural byproduct. 1 was not surprised to learn, from a piece in Newsweek, that two ot Fleming's most enthusiastic fans are CIA head Allen Dulles and President Kenne:'.y-in fact, that Kennedy calls "From Russia. With Love vi.v of his ten favorite books, alongside Stendhal. 1 it Kennedy goes on handing out li-ts of his favorite reading. I may lind myself wishing thai J -enhtmer and his faceless Westerns were back in the White House). I say I was not surprised because it confirms a suspicion 1 have had, namely'that the whole operation of the Cuban landings was carried out under a Chief Executive who is not at all the icy mechanical man he is depicted but reallv a political romantic and at heart a frustrated sleuth. -ir%  &--CrAS IT HAPPENS I have read all of Ian Flemings books against my better judgement and with harsh consequences for my dream life. 1 don't know what is in us that makes us crave this stuff. I was responsible years ago for one of the early pieces flaying Mickey Spillane for his mixture of sadism and violent sex, yet there are scenes in any one of Fleming's books that are scarcely distinguishable from Spillane except for being more cerebral, and the sexual athleticism of James Bond can enly fill the male reader with envy, just as it probably fulfills the dreamlile of the author. 1 once spent an evening with Fleming, at the home of a Jamaica planter and politician. It was before I had read any of his books, and he seemed to me only a flip, witty, and bored Englishman with a kind of perverse charm and an outrageous capacity for studied insult. Since then I have come to respect his enormous resourcefulness in ringing changes on an infallible formula, his sure sense of what will fascinate and terrify the reader, his contriving of hairbreadth escapes fjor Bond from situations that terrify you even when you have utter disbelief in them, his feel for delineating revolting opponents for Bond, his intrusion of beautiful and mysterious lady spies, and his capacit yto describe the intricate workings ol an organization. — %  &— %  &%  &SUCH AN ORGANIZATION was the Russian spy-ring •Sniersh. and I was sorry when Fleming liquidated it and replaced it in his rather inferior current book, "Thunderball" (Viking), by -Spectre,'' which operates only lor profit and plunder and not fr political passion. My favorite Bond story is "Goldfinger," and next to that "From Russia. With Love." I guess 1 preferred the Smersh stories because I like to read how perfectly organized the Russian espionage is, and then to find how one Britisher singlehanded can outwit, outkill, and outendure it. Obviously it gives me hope for the CIA. if it had such a mentor. But I am not certain that Fleming (and Bond) are in tune with current trends. They followed Russian technology pretty well during the early books, and inevitably (in "Moonraker" and the current "Thunderball") they turned to the shenanigans over atomic weapons. But instead of moving upward into space, •Thunderball" takes the reader downward to the floor of the Caribbean, where teams of divers stage a battle of aquanauts when obviously the time has come for Bond to look into treachery among the astronauts. The man is losing his touch. I am troubled by another thought. I have been reading in the papers about a fellow called Blake, who held down a job in the British Foreign Office for nine years while he fed to the Russians all the important papers he could lay his hands on. Then came the damming fact: Blake was even in for a time in British Intelligence, probably working under the meltable M. who is Bond's boss and who moves in a Kafka-like shadti\\-world. Reading about this put a disquieting thought in my head. If Blake could have been a CommuniM all this time, then why not Bond.' In fact, why not M. himself? In a world where no sinister posibilty is excluded, the world of the super spy, where dare we draw a line? —to— %  & — — is — EVIDENTLY THE CIA bosses of the Cuban invasion felt the same way, and excluded no possibility. That is why men called "Bernie," 'Frank and 'Happy" rounded up 17 anti-Castro volunteers and imprisoned them in a camp in the Guatemalan jungle at Peten for eleven weeks until the invasion was over, presumably on the ground that some of them might be Communist agents. This world of superspies Is one in which you take no chances with a suspect, even while you are taking the wildest chances with a whole operation. I don't mean to deride the CIA. nor am I foolish enough to believe that a modern state caught in the cold war can dispense with organized espionage. What I do deride is the notion that a few adventurers called ''Bernie." "Frank" and "Pappy," probably with the shadiest of notions about men who believe in ideas and fight for them, can be trusted with an operation that has to be ideological if it is to be anything. It may be time for Kennedy and Dulles to drop Ian Fleming and read Mao tse-Tung. Canada Will Welcome Gurion Continued from Page 1-A the close and friendly relations which have existed between our countries since the founding ol Is rael will continue to grow. The visit of the Prime Minister is re garded as a further step in thai d'rection." .\H. Pearson told the House: i: recent years. Canada hareceived many very distinguished visitors, but none I am sure have been given a warmer welcome than will be given Premier Ben-Gurion. not only because of the distinction ol his own achievements but because he represents a State which has achieved a vast amount "I progress.\e democracy in the Mi East, and one which has very close and friendly relationships with 111 own country and our own people. We hope this visit of Premier BenGurion will make even stronger those relationships.'' On behalf of the CCF, Mr. Argue said: "The announcement of the Prime Minister is most welcome., We are very pleased that the Premier of Israel has agreed to come U) Canada. We acknowledge his great efforts in building a democracy in Israel. We acknowledge tnt great social experiment that is j being conducted there, and I am sure the ties between Canada and Israel will become even stronger because of this visit." 'Honor Mothers' At Beth Sholom "Honor Mothers of the Year" of ; Temple Beth Sholom selected by 1 a committee of past honor mothers at Special Mother's Day services last Saturday were: Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Sisterhood president; Mrs. Benjamin Mandell. PTA leader in charge of I childrens' breakfast; and Mrs. Jo-' ; seph Otchin, treasurer of PTA. Escorted to the pulpit by their! 1 children, they each received a corsage of orchids from Mrs. Wolfie Cohen, Temple's "Honor Mother" ol last year. Rabbi Leon Kronish is Beth Sholom's spiritual leader, and Herbert C. Bloom, is educational director. I Mrs. Joseph Pardo is PTA presii dent. 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ISABEL GROVE Strolling musicians playing Straus melodies for guests dining under the stars gavea distinctly continental flavor to the party at 1 ie home ol Lottie and Emil Morton Not too surprising, since the beautiful Lottie was a star of operetta in Vienna before she came to the United States to make appearances on TV and in motion pictures Interesting group of people and stimulating (•( %  nversation sparked the evening The Gabriel Heatters plied w:th questions about the situation in Cuba Lee and Dr. Arturo Di Fillipi giving a preview of next year's opera season and the Oriental costume opera ball being planned Other guests were the Bill Greens. Virginia looking lovely in beige chiffon and white lace • %  Lillian and Bob Turchin. she m a French import of printed chiffon Ruth Kupper. the Ralph Shores, the David iJcchbergs, and .Mr. and Mrs. Abe Scbonfeld, Beryl so attractive In white sequined print sheath Also Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lapidus and the Melvin Grossmans, both well known architects. • In Jane Fisher's party for the premiere of "La Dolce Vita" at the Roosevelt Theater on Tuesday evening were Mr and M A! Clark, of Pine Tree dr. While the Mao Lev; s and the Martin Sm lbs visit Nassau, the senior Smith (Helen and Milton) have a tiny house guest — grandsen Steven. 1 Its no luxury visit that Edward Wcxlor is planning for his three-month stay in Israel Intends to live and work on a kibbutz Edward and his parents. Martin and Estelle Wexler, came here from New York nine years ago He attended Columbia Grammar I'rep School and then the University of Mii mi. where he became a member of AFPhi Except for the two years in Germany with the Armed Forces, ho ha> spent all of his summers at Silver Birch Camp in Massachusetts, first as a camper and then as a counselor He sails for Israel on the SS Zion June 9 ... On his return, he will be associated with his family in Martin-Burns Sportables. -* A steady round of showers and parties keeping bride-elect. Arhne Kaplan, on a social whirl ... A china and crystal luncheon at the Algiers carried out the theme with pink umbrellas and fat Little cupids aiming arrows at the unwary Hostesses were Mrs. ten Diamond. Mrs. Bernard Pallant and her daughter Ronnie (Mrs. Lynn) Fromberg, whose husband is twin to Arlyne's future husTh'e week before. Mrs. Chester Krone entertained the bride-totu and 20 of her friends at her home, and the week alter. Mrs. George Talianoff and daughter Susan (Mrs. Rubin), gave a kitchen shower Still to come is an unusual records brunch for 10 couples, Miss Susan Beldner. hostess Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kaplan. Arlyne and Malcolm Fromberg will be married jur.e 11 at the Eden Roc. Dr. Abraham Wclfson, founder of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum lor Adult Education, has three grandsons who furnish him with plenty of material for bragging William and Thomas Shapiro, (wins, are graduating with highest honors from the Spartanburg. S C High School in June Bill received a four-year academic scholarship to Tulane University Tom, 10 minutes older, got the National Merit scholarship to Harvard University Brother Steve, oldest of the three, also graduated with highest honors two vears ago and was offered four scholarships ... He chose the University of Pennsylvania, where he is presently majoring m science .... Other young people accumulating honors are Constance J8CKson. who auditioned for the Tanglewood Music Festival as soon as she received her Master's in piano from the Juilliard School of Music, and was accepted Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jackson, of 1919 Bay dr.. she'll spend the summer in the Berkshires. performing and studying at Tanglewood ... And Barnev. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kogen. finishing his freshman year in the school of business at Tulane University m New Orleans has been recommended for a Fulbnght scholarship. • %  • the w ovnan s "World "Ofewiislh. Floritdiairi Micmi, Florida. Friday, May 19. 1961 S< on B Seen admiring the refurbished Parkway Theatre on Saturday nifcht before viewing the magnificent moving picture The Royal Ballet." Mr. and Mrs. Ben (Anna Brenner) Meyerand Mr Mrs. Jack Gordon ... c Hal Pearl. Jewish Floridian columnist, on vacation at Swan Lake, N.Y.. not wishing to be a non-conformist, writes Having a wonderful time" Loves the nippy air and high peaks ol tnc mountains ... ,, Alter a honeymoon trip to Mexico Citv and Acapulco. Mr. Mrs Sydney Mass at home. 932 90 St., Surfside She s tltf former Betty Ann Patham He's the son of Mr. and Mrs. Josirn Mass. of Philadelphia, and co-owner of Luau .. Joe Cohen .also of the Luau. has been working out dally a the Diplomat, Miami Shores and Weslview Country C lub but it is doubtful that his golf game will improve too much Me noes Uu course the easv way — with electric cart and caddy Cai.oy r,ol onlv chauffers, but plays the shots too Adman Bob Hurwitz. so fascinated with art. he s not only doing several columns m various media, but also uses his oflices tc exhibit the efforts of local painters He ought to meet Mrs. Bernard Israel, of So. Miami She had one of her abstracts hung recently in the National Academy. New \ork t s a fcroup show sponsored by the National Assn. of Women Artists to which she belongs Meanwhile, the Israels are on a six day cruise to Jamaica. Possible that Stuart Ronald Carlin's Bar Mitzvah, just celc brated at the Lucerne hotel, will inspire his father, Dan w*"Rnow ." song writer, to compose a song in his honor Then, not to be outdone, his mother. Elaine, noted fashion designer, might create another "New Look" ... .. „„ ., lK The Joe (Castaways) Harts enjoying the *£* !" JSLg" surroundings at King Arthurs Court, as well as U>e superlatiNe Pretty girls and beautiful flowers Ju*1 S^^ffJlSSKl The first furnished by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, the ether by Pansy Fhlwers / One thousand roses thrown from automobiles carrying the candidates to the Miami Beach Beauty P 8 Sally and Art Paddor. of Coral Gables, have just joined the firm of Coburn and Middlebrook Art is immediate past president of Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith Son Lynn, h known as -Butch" at Admiral Farragut Academy Da Leslie Ann at Coral Gables High, and Jacqueline Mrs. Marvin Eisenberg, of Gainesville, has the one and only Paddor grandchild — threesear-old Mark, Members of Beih David Sisterhood practice Cohen, Richard Herold, Jerome Maxwell, Hank skit, "Dr. Killeh's Secret Megillah," for installaRose, Louis Schwartzman Robert Gold ond lion brunch Wednesday. Left to rioht are MesMichael Covin. dames Seymour Kaplan, Irving Weiner, Sam Beth David Ladies Slate Installation A skit. "Dr. Killeh's Secret Megillah," will highlight the installation ol new officers lor Beth David Sisterhood at an 11:30 brunch Wednesday at the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, Belli David spiritual leader, will install Mrs. Max Jacobson as president, along with the following slate of new officers: Mesdames Louis Seitlin, Meyer Forer. Michael Covin and Theodore Lomaskin, vice presidents; Maurice Danm. corresponding secretary; Murray Marcus, recording secretary; Harry Stone, financial and membership secretary; Mrs. Max Rosing, treasurer; Harold Reinhard, advisor; and elected board members. The post as president for Mrs. Jacobson culminates years of service to Beth David in a career that Closely parallels that of her husband, who served five years as president of the Men's Club, and is now vice president oi the congregation. Installation hrunch chairmen are Mrs. Richard Herold and Mis Loins Schwartzman. Members participating in the comedy skit are Mesdames Samuel Cohen. Seymour Kaplan. Michael Covin, Frank Rose, Irving Weiner, Jerome Maxwell, Robert Gohi. Walter Falk. Stai It > Gostel r.d Murray Turetskj. Beth David Sisterhood officers lo be installed Wednesday are Mrs. Louis Seitlin, fund-raising vice president; Mrs. Meyer Forer, membership vice president; Mrs. Max Jacobson. president; Mrs. Michael Covin, program vice president; and Mrs. Theodore Lomaskin, school relations vice president. Tribute Luncheon to Honor Mrs. Soltz; Metro Commissioner Gordon Will Speak B'nai B'rith Women of South Florida will hold a tribute luncheon in honor ol Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, outgoing president of B'nai B'rith Women. District 5. on Friday noon. May 26, at the Algiers hotel. Among those scheduled to pay tribute to Mrs Soltz will be Metro Commissioner Alexander S. Gorn, Co-chairmen of the luncheon r.re Mrs. Bernard Supworth and Mrs. Jerome Robinson. Mrs. Soltz was the youngest president in the 21-year history of the Filth District, comprising 10.000 women and seven states, the first district president from Miami in 17 years, and the youngest district president in the 51 year history of the national organization. Mrs. Soltz attended Brooklyn College, the University of Havana, and graduated with an AB Degree cum laude at the age of 19 from the University of Miami. She is the mother of three children, Bonnie. 8, Howard, 6, and Alyssa. 3 months. Mrs. Soltz is the founder and first president of the Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. She is past president of the B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida, and led in the expansion into three new Councils, Sh( is I i and first presi; ot i! %  Naomi group ol Hadassab an! past president ol the Mi ami chapter of Hadassah. Shi is presently serving a.Zionist youth activities chairman and parliamentarian of the Florida region oi Hadassah, and was recently elected as the new chairman ol the G eat,i Miami Zionist Youth Con -sion. Mrs. Soltz is a former proof the Southern region ol Junior Hadassah, and was the recipient of a Jewish Agency scholarship to the Summer in Israel Institute in 1952. she i> a member of the executive committee of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Ol Greater Miami and Oi the executive committee of the Florida regional advisory board oi the Anti-Defamation League. Mrs Soltz served as Miami campaign chairman of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal in 195859. She presently serves on the board of governors ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as well as a member of the board of the Jewish Vocational Service. Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation, and the Federation Ol Jewish Women's Organizations. In 1959. Mrs. Soltz was selected as one of t h e six "Outstanding Women of Dado County" b) Sholem I. i annual citizen's award committee. Beth Shclom Annual Luncheon Firsl annual donor luncheon <>f Sisterhood oi Temple Eeth Sholom oi Miami Beach will lake place Wednesday noon at the Coconut Grov< Playhouse and Restaurant, and will include the current attraction at Ihe Playhouse, "Majority of One." with Molly Picon. Mrs, Harvey K. Kramer, president, announced that the following chairmen ol events in which Sisterhood members earned their donors will be honored: Mrs Howard II. Miller, installation luncheon; Mrs. Alexander Robbins, book reviews; Mrs Harry A. Gordon and Airs. Seymour Silver, calendar ad journal and director; wrist watch project. Mrs. Stanley Levinson; Sisterhood day luncheon. .Mrs i). Murray Sonnett and Mrs. Charles Silvers; equipment fund, Mrs. Louis F Snetman and Mrs. Benjamin Sabin; flower fund, Mrs Michael Mersel. Chairman of ihe donor luncheon iMrs. Irving m. 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Pcge 2-B • ? ^W1 LJ !*;'. I Mrs. Pushkin Takes Cub Helm Mrs piasli P n... : P.ont !hers Mesdi Miriam :" vi( ::...: %  i %  %  '• %  %  11, •• %  id cultural chain Friday. May 19. %  S61 Thirteenth anniversary of the Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah was celebrated at an installation bruncheon May 1 at the Algiers hotel. Outgoing Miami Beach chapter president, Mrs. Fred Jonas, was installation officer. Left to right are Mesdames Fred Jonas; incoming president of the group, Joseph Alexander, receiving gavel from past president, Emma Banner; Barnett beckerman, chairman of the day. A musical program followed, with Miss Kay Harrison as soloist and Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern, accompanist. Cardiac Chapters Install Officers Members of six Dade and Brcv.ard county chapters oi National I ren's Cardiac Hospital were to gather at the Deauville hotel on %  rsday for the annual in si lion of officers for the coming clul New president' are Mrs W< en, of the Miami Beach .: ; and Mr?. Jay Simons, < I i : chapU r. taking < • ei :r I residents, Mrs. E( %  and .Mrs. Lois Frankel, i-. spectively. er chapter presidents :• tec and who were to be honorei dcr their work during the pas*, yeai. .. with Mrs. Feinstei.n and Mrs. Frankel, include Phi 1 '" R->n, 'i. Miami chapter; Roger Grant, fitnjingo chapter; aol uojuotie, North Dade chapter; and Ben Smith. South Dade chapter. TETLEY iouse. VH dent and > chairman: Shirley Queeling secretary: Anna Sorin B .. corresponding secretary and chairman; Clara Eber. corresponding secretary: Sarah Shapoff, treasurer. Chairmen are Mesdames Vcra IZeltzer, Moetzet Hapoalot; Anna ; Seltzer. Child Rescue Fund: Eva ; Kahn. Jewish National Fund: Esther Brown Culehman. social; and Goldie Osipoff. sunshine. Mrs. William Beckwith, outgoing I president, conducted the meeting, with reports heard from Mrs. Sarah i Shapoff. Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild and Mrs. Eva Kahn. Bon voyage wishes i were extended Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff on their forthcoming trip to Israel. Program also included a dediea-. MRS. CMAID fRitD Mrs. Freed Will Take Office Mrt IE. Freed, r.t*\ elecu nt of North ; 1 -Wonw,,,-, ,%  • -< ; i M ? OflT-j ccpt the from retiring dent toward Dunn ,. : gional -. at ion 1 u n< Wednes( .,. i .: the Dup.mt hotel Mrs. Fie id has held of] vice presidem I fund-raising president of membership, an licity director for the Southt. re;;i( n < f We men's American j Also installed will be Mesdamei Donald Sehr.eirier, Norman | Marvin lur.d and Howard Hcvice presidents. Executive bc-jrd members w;]l be Mesdames M8U. rice Neu. Morton Drust. Sam Ytrris and Joseph Rocklin. tior. to Mothers Day. Featured were Mrs. Sonia Gerbcrt in a reading. Mrs. Mary Stepkin in a report on her recent trip to Israel, Mrs. Marion Meyers in a reading, and Mrs Frances Packar in musical selections, with Mrs. Olga B. Stern at the piano. /Memorial for Mrs. Singer Rabbi Solomon Schiff will grv< the invocation and offer a specs! memorial prayer in memor\


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Friday. May 19. 1961 *k**i*t fhtHitr Pcge 3-8 Jacob Ladies Fete Mrs. Kaplan Temple Israel Sisterhood officers were installed at the organization's 39th annual dinner meeting by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of the Temple. Left to right are Mesdames Aaron Kanner, past president; Jerome Halpern, recording secretary; Elmer Levie. treasurer; Joseph Bulbin, vice president; Frank Cole, vice president; Dr. Narot; Mesdames Joseph Ruffner, immediate past president and chairman of nominating committee; Donald Kobley, vice president; Edward Melnicker, vice president; Henry Nelson, corresponding secretary; Morris Greene, financial secretary; Sam A. Goldstein, auditor. Not shown are Mesdames Lewis Gorfine, assistant corresponding secretary; Marvin Tanner, Beach Chapter Inducts Officers Mrs. Lenore Gerstenfeld was installed president of Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'nth Women at a brunch at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Alfred Reich incoming president of District 5, B'nai B'rith V.omen, also installed: Mesdames Clara Denncr, Jack August, Jean Goldstaub and Sully Fisher, vice presidents; Margaret Fealty, financial secretary: Charles v olosh, corresponding secretary; A\ Kitty, mailing secretary. Mesdames Minnie Solomon, so(ial secretary; Sarah Burkin. corresponding secretary; Hannah Gale with, treasurer: Ann Baum, : ian; Fannie Goldberg, Si nEva Blum, counselor; and I any Kaufman, parliamenta Installation chairman was Mrs. Ann Kaufman. assistant financial secretary. Directors are: two years — Mesdames Louis Adler, Murray Apfelbaum, George Berg, Jesse Casselhoff, Fred Fenton, Henry Green, A. J. Harris, Howard Hewett, Jack Krause, William Lee, James Lewy, Sol Levy, Joel Meyer, Lee Meyer, Jerome Rado, Arnold Rosen, Peritz Scheinberg, Jules Werner, Stanley Wolff. One year — Mesdames Myron Behrman, Max Cogen, Gus Feuer, Burton Goldstein, Melvin Green, Albert Jacobs, Miriam Kobley, Nathan Lee, Philip Lefkowitz, Mac Mermell, Max Ozer, Mathilda Ratner, Samuel Schwartz, Lester Russin, Jean Reichek, Burghard Steiner, Herbert Sobel, Jay Schwartz. Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Congregation in a "celebrity night" | gathering May 8 honored Mrs. Kay j Kaplan, vice president, as "Mother ol the. Year," for her devotion to her family." Mrs. Louis Baida, president, presented her with a corsage, and Rabbi Tibor A. Stern | awarded her a certificate of honor. Sisterhood also celebrated the engagement of Miss Edna Zimmerman, secretary of the congregation, to Dr. Reuben Efron, attorney, of Washington, D.C. At the conclusion of the evening, Mrs. Baida presented Rabbi and Mrs. Stern with a gift for their forthcoming trip to Israel. Greetings were extended l\ :: :ris B. Frank, president ol the gregation. and Morris Krevat, vice president. Mrs. Baida introduced the new secretary of the cdngr -1•ion, Mrs. Esther Hillman. Summer Member Luncheon Coral Gables chapter n will be served at 11:30 a.m. Cochairmen are Mrs. J. A. Jason i Mrs. S. Freed. sunshine fashions trend setter In the south Pioneer Women Slate Functions Coral Gables chapter of Pioneer Women was to hold its annual installation of officers at a luncheon on Thursday, l p.m., at the Park Lane cafeteria on Coral Way, Miami. • • Pioneer Women's Club 2 was to honor Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Arent with a larewell luncheon at Hartcnist restaurant, 1381 Washington ave., Miami Beach, on Thursday noon. Arent. manager of the "Happy Go Lucky Singing Circle." has been actively engaged in raising funds for the children in Israel in connection with Club 2. Mrs. Ma Liftman is president and Mrs. Abraham Shcdroff chairJ man lor the function. *>v Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monday end f • id* y nights, miami, miami beach 'til 9 163rd street, ft. lauderdale, west palm beach 'til 9:30 1' LADIES!! THERE'S A MAGICIAN IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD P WHO CHANGES OLD FUKNITUHt INTO NEW.'.'.'.' • AT HALF THE COST OF NEW • HE CHANGES LIGHT WOOD INTO DARK & DARK WOOD INTO LIGHT PLUS EXPERT UPHOLSTERr IN ALL FABRICS MARSICANO BROS. 7345 S.W. 8th ST. CA 1-8219 MRS. ItNOKt GERSTtNfELD Spring Donor Luncheon H< brew Academy Women will hi Id its annual donor spring luncheon and garden party at the home * •Warn Joseph & J5or? %  Phont HI 5-3503 £ FR 3-3780 n* Gtntrafioni of Builden in On* Fom'ity



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today, May 19, 1961 +Jefvis§> n-cridiar Page 5-fl Majority of One 1 is Enjoyable, arm Evening of Theatre-Going East is East, and Wes* is '.Vest, r -rmore. there is i good pos\ that the twain 'ray meet. h ; -.> the message of "A MajorI \J of One," the Broadway hit that i at the Coconut Grove i'lay\ on Tuesday. When East is symbolized by a | i vse of Buddhist-Shtr.t) faith, |r: i West is in the form of a grace[ aging Jewish widow from } re has been a : x\ writ• about the unhappy "watering of Judaism in "A Majority %  which stars Mo'.'.y Picon %  • local Owen Phillips produc— that it is virtual sacrilege : ate Shavuot, Sukkot, and the :th "pagan" Japanese fesiwn inclination i> that this much too much significance purposes of "A y of at best no more than J sinv comedy of moraU. by L.-mard ^lass. i this heavy-handed view of -.lay set aside, one or settle and enjoy a right good pro>a. in which Molly Picon does jSouthgate Unit To End Season 5 thgate j.' rou P f Hadas3ah will h its final Oneg Shabbat of the .-i on Saturday. 1:30 p.m.. in 11 Recreation Hall of Southgate I >rs under the leadership of [ % %  • %  Henry Schwartz, vice presii education. Abraham Merar will give I vocation. Mrs Samuel GoldI .sill had the singing. Shav program is planned, Partici -i will be Mesdanies David itos, Celia Kasov, Henry Hersh, ih Broad, Joseph Goodman, es Scbissel, Helen Barry, JoRosenberg and M. L. AmE Rabbi Henry B. Werniek will conC %  his review of "Great Ages Ideas of the Jewiih People," l Leo W. Schwartz. Jack Homelsky. hospitality :nan, is in charge of the BO'. >ur that will follow. Bfl'.-j label means It's kosher... "Ctc-edary" means ^S-j <4m^ Aba enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE-NUT MOMEDARY 0RAN6E-MUT ROLL A\t grocers everywhere a sensitive job, except that she fails to project her voice forcefully. The Japanese gentleman, played by Frederic Tozere. emerges just as intelligently; both he and Miss Picon run away with "A Majority Of One." Zir.a Ja.-per. as her daughter, seems slightly hysterical — an overprotected young vfewrsh matron still trailing the umbilical cord. It is either a criticism of her i acting, or a tribute to it, that something in her manner continually rankles the viewer. James Karen, the young diplomat. Jerry Black, on the rise, is a contradiction in term-, if we assume the truth of the truism that young Jews on {he rise never make young diplomats in che U.S Foreign Service — unless they change their names from, say, Schwartz to Black. :n a E EDITH Z/PP MOlir PICON Generally, the cast turns worthy job. and incluaes Mann as Mrs. Rubin. Molly Picon's Brooklyn bumpkin, and Alvin Lum. the Tokyo beatnik houseboy. n.rector is Jacob Kalish, Miss Temple 'Swim Feast' Picon's husband If you want social significance, stay home. It you want a warm, enjoyable evening at the theatre. A Majority of One" at the Grove Playhouse should be your ticket. —Leo Mirdlin. Temple Zion Si.-terhood will hold a "swim feast' on Thursday. May 25, 10 a.m. Hostess is MtS. Fred Scherer at her home. 8800 SW .51 st. Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Morris Odessky. Fashion Writer Directs Course The Lido Spa, of Miami Beach, announce^ the appointment ol M Edith Zipp as director of the Sp l'fl Glamour Finishing School a id weight reduction program. Clamour Teen is devoted to,I in age girls who want to learn weighl control, fashion coordination, hair styling, dating etiquette, soc il sports and dancing, facial MJA ; up. and poise. Mrs, Zipp is fashion writer Eor The Jewish Floridian and a member of the Florida Education Board. She will head a staff of ten faculty members. The school is currently accepting inquiries for the pc* gram which opens June 25 1) U1 eight-we %  '< neriod. Rebekah Lodge Honors Officer Sunshine Rebeknh Lodge ) l hold a banquet in honor of V 'Evelyn Decky, newly appointed district deputy president. Banquet will be Tuesday ever ng at Harfenisl restaurant. Regu! >r meeting will follow at 25 Wash g. ton ave. The lodge is planning a games party Tuesday evening. May 10, also at 25 Washington ave. 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Pcge 6 B *>* for fk rliter Friday, May ig ungest of seven children. 1-. ., .,.a child she was mos! in ater sti bi ause got v as left over. Sh livi I in a predomlnantlj South Bend. Ind. While ti ir was a Zionist I e s lersell was aot awar i 1 t it. That came much later. Harr • lived a fev blocks from ] on foctball game daj • and one %  ters would park car* a; \-.-:r house. jo ten cents a car. When Notre Dame last year, the par* was How tunes chai years ago, Harriel an I h r husi moved to Miami. When her mother, a P itkin, came here to live Harriet B\ I i to take her to Pioneer Women's meeti She herself was not a member. At one ting they needed a representative for Is for Israel at an Eleanor Roose' elt rally. t one \ -lunteered; Harriet did. and t'.iat is ... she uot started in work thai is today ( >se to her heart. She is presently pros• j: the Greater Miami Pioneer Women. a ce pre^.dent of the South Florida Zionist l ..leu Labor Zionist Council, and Eiistadrut. is calm, nice to look at. pleasant to talk to. Bunny, the i ir )ld, proves a very good secretary. She knows all the voices 1 a '.. Iton is an excellent baby-sitter. He has been most sympathic. But Sa "day night is night to howl, and the Greens step out for dancing he tl eatre. He is a very gocd pianist, and Harriet made a petit; t cover for the piano bench in her spare time. It took her three j rs. Now she is making a French provincial chair for Bunny's room years ago. she won a cooking contest becau.-e of her famous ice)ox strudel. This was most unfortunate, she hasn't made any since. SN. has simply been resting on her laurels. CKIT CHAT Candlelight Rites For Randmans A double ri : %  %  nited %  nd Abi Maj 11. at the 1 Dr. Irving L h 'man the 6 dinner folio Dan.. Mrs : 5 < v *' %  man 7025 : invi ae was atl 1 -' NIlss Dale Upton E she wore a sheath overskirt of chantill) md silk organza, featur ig a s line with hand-clip] brief capelet sleeve encrusi I with : pear!an 1 se iuins 5he can -'•' ; ,_ tis irn The room the s Ni : •'li? B< ach, • 1 TO •: %  Ala His ither, : was best man The new Mrs uate 01 Mian 1 jh School ana attend • I Em r; L'r.K ersity in Atlanl : %  :eived his degree fr n Ohi 1 Sta e I niversity an I is a r of Zeta Beta Tau social fratei The you! % *"ill make their home ir. Tampa ,vhen the) (turn from a ,_ 1 trip I : HARRIET I J i "they" say to Irv Korach. "Who's that blonde I saw you with I %  ''." he answers truthfully. "My wife.' Marjories once dark now the palest blonde, and she is breathtakingly lovely D;d you see pretty red-haired Ethel (Mrs. Hah Hertz, shopping last week >i the Lincoln Koad Mall? She bought a huge election purse — t:_ enough to carry stickers, posters and such. Also a pair of com(cr1 able 'shaking-hand" shoes Everybody noticed: Lcis (Mrs. A. Herbert) Mathes wore a darling K doll hat at the Ml. Sinai Auxiliary installation luncheon. When h( • yearly report as president was given, a movie featuring last year's v < beginning with last year's installation was shown — lo and be t .in the movie she was wearing the same hat Like mother, like daughter. Sylvia (Mrs. George) Goldberg just got %  ewspaper clipping from her daughter Bunny (Mrs Wallace) Moses. \ lives in Albany. It showed her house, one of the prettiest in town. \.' .'h she had opened to the Garden Club Sylvia is always so generous abejt letting her home be used. Bunny i> en route here for a threek visit Did you ever realize when you look at Sally (Mrs. Harold) Spaet her complexion is absolutely flawless? HOME AGAIN The Isadore Hechts and the Carl SussHnds are home again They really flew around — Rome, Istanbul. Greece, Vienna, London and Israel. In Israel they went to visit Mike and Claire Gettinger in their home in Rama! Can Mike is nearing the end of his two-year assignment with Malben. They enjoyed hearing about the manypeople they knew here in Miami when Mike was with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. It was strange to hear the two American-born Gettinger boys speaking English with a Hebrew accent. Martha Susskind has B confession to make. In the famous Blue Grotto in Capri, everything appeared paler to her than the deep blue she had heard so much about and expected to see. Coming out, her husband said. "Martha, did you really keep your sun glasses on all the time?" •* SPRING IN THE AIR AT WESTVIEW Dresners Holiday In Quebec After B Canada. Mr. a:: I Mrs Har ner will live in New York Citj They were marru I S May i4, in Rabbi Leon Kronisti study in Temple I The former Marcie Vivian Holl) was attended by her sister, MrMarvin Rosen. The :: %  n best man was Vince Plar.co. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly. 6300 SW 62 pi.. So. Miami, the bride attended the University of Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Miami in January, 1961. Her husband is the son of Mr and Mrs. Seymour Dresner. 1341 Stillwater dr., Miami Beach. He attended the University of Illinois and graduated, cum laude. from the University of Florida in 1958 \ ms. A3f ;. SANDMAN 1 5eg3 98 E Bay Harbo .Iiami Beach MRS. HAffOlD DR:1 f gra luate of • ma Twp. H g School, and 1 se ior at Pennsj S tati Uni%  : • %  •> is -tii ent-i High She • a member of Alpha Epsil 1 lamma Alpha, fine %  Her fiance, a gr 1 sylvania State Uni :• a pa l president of Beta Sigma fraternity, is art suj ervisor the Dade county sen • associated with Kidi I Mi CP Auxiliary Dedicates Room Members ol he Women's Auxiliirj if the United Cerebral Palsy Assn, of Greater Miami dedicated a new medical examining room at the association's clinic, 1411 NW u si Wednesday. The room is a gift from the Miami, Miami Beach and Parent's Units of the auxiliary Precceding the del monies, the women held "heir inual donor meeting at the clinic, Mrs. Bernard Kaplan was chairman of the event, assisted by Mrs Donald Barmack, Mrs Leon Dehirsch, and Mrs. Elsie Holston. Miamian to Wed Pennsylvania Girl Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stanley, of Harrisburg, Pa., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Barbara Stanley, to Tiilman I. Segal, son of Mr. and Mrs. JoGOOD Music Mokes a Good Affair BETTER Musk by Mayerson Call Bernie Mayerson JE 4-4019 INCLUDE SOL NEWMAN'S MASSAGE IN YOUR OWN H(ALJH PROGRAM i A licensed Waiseur 7111C Bisc. Blvd. J Eves& Ou'calls J t>y Appointment t %  *• %  d > Mon.-S.it. 10 to 4 L PL 7-5433 PI 7-4051 MARTHA Spring and formals and founders go well together. It was very at Wcstview Country Club when members held their spring formal er dance. At one large table were seated founders of the club. In he absence of the club president. Bernie Wagner proposed a toast I then. They were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub. Mrs. Fay Albin. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Z Greene, Mrs Hal Pclton. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. m, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl VVeinkle. Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips, Mr. a < Mrs. Harold Landsfield. Dr and Mrs. Milton Coplan. and Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Altmayer. Cocktails, music, and chateau haut brion made a uinning combination for a delightful evening. • • • RELATIVELY SPEAKING Dave and Bertha Phillips entertained at dinner at Westview Countrj Club so that the visiting relatives could all meet each other. Abe j Beryl Schonfeld's daughter. Nancy, is marrying Bonnet Feldman 7 V < Alan Feldmans, cousins from Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rose, and their children. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rose, were all there. Beryl's i 1 ther was a Rose, and Dave Phillips fits in that family someplace, too Abe's sister, Mrs. Ethel Gerson. and Dave's sister, Mrs. Estelle I. oerman, were part of the family party. A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 FUR RE-STYLING IN OUR TRADITION Of must WORKMANSHIP WE CAN CONVERT YOUR OUTMODED FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS OF TOMORROW From $39 &*4martin FLORIDA FURS & CLINIC 2296 Coral Way HI -J-0544 MIAMI 1117 Las Olas Blvd. JA 4-7697 FT. IAUDCROAU THE ABSOLUTE IN COUNTRYCll 5 PLEASURE LEASING ARCADE SHOPS FOR MIAMI'S FINEST CABANA COUNTRY CLUB FACILITIES Exceptional Opportunity for • BARBER SHOP • BEAUTY SALON PREFER HOTEL EXPERIENCE Telephone CA 1-2511 for Information CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A Priend!) and Gentle Atmosphere For Those You Loir" "? UR C, "ED NUUSINO SERVICE • SPECIAl DIETS OBSERVED Au "OOMS ON GROUND HOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • !" NDIT ON£0 SWIMMING FOOl • SPACIOUS GROUNDS ft SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Ro.enthal. 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May 19. 1961 +Jenisii fkjrndlii^ri Page 7-B Ralskys Will Live in Nassau &Jitlt Zi PP EDARS of Lebanon Hospital Auxl-ary installed officers and Eti Guardians at an inaugural I eon last week a' the & viile jtel. Installed as president W3s |rs. Nathaniel Levin, v ho wore sauterne-colored and white jock ensemble. A white hat and ^hite accessories completed her I fit. Luncheon chairmen were Mr< iiiis I cmberg and Wr>. Lillian reintraub. Mrs. Lombers wore print -heath which featured a H> au-.l flounce at the hemline matching sweater appliqued li!h the print from her dress, ir large yellow picture hat rere hei accessories. Mrs. Weinraub was in white, and comined a white silk chiffon overllnusc with a moygashel linen Ikirt I i r hat was in a muted pricot iolor softly draped to implement the drape lines of fcer bli use. 'I he pearl earrii Ind necklace she wore were a [•cent g it from her husband. Spot • • chairman of the Worn(i '. I ..sion. Mrs. Samuel T. japiro wore a shell pink silk nantung trimmed in a matching link sjlk ? atin. Her bodice was I; med with hand-appliqued ed pi arls. She wore a small 3: k leathered hat; the rest of n r accessories were also in pink. iced blue moygashel linen was Hie ch a graduate of Miami Senior High School. For her wedding, she chose a white embroidered organza and lace full-skirted gown, and an illueyelette sheath. A chartreuse silk ,:on veil which fel1 from a crown shantung sheath was worn bs )! pcarls ihe carrled a Bll)le Mrs. Ted Lclterman. Her ha !inmed v lln white orchids and white Milan straw. Pink I stephanotis. was a was the choice of Mrs. Benjamin Oren. with a multi-colored petal hat. _•LJATS were the fashion presen" %  tation of the day. Fashions by Jordan Marsh were modeled by club members. Chairman of the fashion show was Mrs. Herschel B. Leschel. who wore a white raw silk sheath and a white hat trimmed with blue [lowers. Mrs. Ben Novack was in a black sheath with a large black pinwheel hat. Turquoise was the color chosen by Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz. Her feathered hat matched the color perfectly. Mrs. Joseph Bulbin selected a light violet print on white, with the violet repeated in her hi^h crown hat. Mrs. Emanuel Smith was in a black and white ensemble with a while French fringed hat. Mistress of ceremonies was Mrs. Frank Colt. For the occasion, she selected a white silk with a three-quarter length tunic. handed in black siik alpaca, and her oversized pockets were trimmed with black buiions. She were a small white hat. Mrs. Julian Weinkle was in royal blue Her white straw hat 1 was striking in its unusual buc ; caneer style. White linen trimmed in calusa coral was the choice of Mrs. Walter LaVigne. Mrs. Raymond J. Reichling chose a natural raw silk sheath with a hat of natural straw. A yellow pique sheath was worn by Mrs. Irwin Morse. Her matching yellow hat was completely covered with cabiash roses. Mrs. Norman Nash chose a black linen and sUk organza. Her hat. which featured the dropMrs. Joseph Jaffe served as her s matron of honor. The groom 1-, the son of Harry RaNky. of London. England, and attended schools there Jan Forman was his best man. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mrs. Sam Haimovitz, of Tampa, and Mrs. Carl Bolotin. Long Island. The young couple will live in Nassau when they return from a >ix-week trip through Europe. Fourth Annual Donor Slated Fourth annual d:>nor luncheon of the Sisterhood of the Beth Israel Congreg ition will be in I! We day noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Officers for the oomi |l be installed, and M <


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Page 8-3 +Jewisii fkritpan Friday. May 19. ig 3l UNDER PAR? in foil that s Joed ... Bui if y >u letl thai way /. physically. that'* I. bad. For that up-to pat flin| you should visit THE NEW TREASURE KEY SPA • featuring the world s largest therapeutic salt water pool Massage including us* of steam room, gym and swimnvng pool SP Series of only ^ 6 $•" TREASURE KEY 1 block south o< Bonfire Restaurant in j Treasure Is'and oft 79th Steel Caustwsy 1735 North Treasure Drive PHONE UN 5 0441 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SL'PPE* MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Dser Run • TU 8-4521 tT BRUNS Co-Own.Phs. LN 6-6226 UN 6-5278 Sand-Ell TO Strictly Kosher CATERING BAR V TZVAHS • WEDO NGS • PARTIES 7446 Collins Avenue I* liami Beach, Fla. SUMMER RATES! AMERICA'S FINEST STRICTLY KOSHER VACATION RESORT WHY TRAVEL ^ VHHN YOU CAN IB* ENJOY YOURSELF HERE "\ DAVID ROSNMS TEKJH/ *0TEl'r00l.'CASANAS' .;. : A • ;;-; • ;-f: oi %  -• :::> • if* SWE! u KACI Phone UNion 6-8631 BABY SITTERS Reliable ard willing Coral Gab'*i SR CHARD GERTMAN. 17 S'JiAN GERTMAN 15 MO 1-6441 r *V"'W*>W"' W-'\~-'\~'*>-<-'V Glazed Bits Bv Barwv Glazer HOLLYWOOD—Ae jroo've probably heard, we are progressing rapidly in our plans to build ie Hollywood Motion Picture and Television Museum on a hills site adjoining the Hollywood Bowl, This Museum will undoubtedly become one of jor tourist attractionind hoped that part of it will I to show the public how tnotio pictures -'".I television pr grams arc actually made. Thousands of visitors are regularly disappointed when are unable to make coi for a tour through our sti Some, who are fortunate en to get within the walls dio. are often disappointed the) arv shown only sets inst I I of the actual shooting of a a with stars. If the Museum will agree, through the courtesy of the studios, to set aside an area for production and then invite the p to watch a scene being >h II will prove of unlimited promotional benefit for the box ol Of course, there woul I tl loubt be a glass wall between the set and the audience, but thai not destroy the Interest valu cause there would be sound trom the set to the audience. Recently, the Hollywood Museum Assoc. presented a "C rities Art Showing" at Barnsdall Park. Hollywood, for the purpose of raising funds for the Museum I've never realized that so many of our stars are so artistically inclined. As a matter of fact. I suspect now that a few stars have more art than acting talent. That's how good their art work is. Kim Novak's work is staggering You'd have to see it to be•Todav the entire world is modern. Everything is contem porary—music, furniture, home.-. decor, painting. Just as modern ; jazz is here to stay. = 3 n Each Room • Free Self-Pa ,11)1 Hotel e Wiener Roasts. MOV • Entertainment Nightly e Many OtheII • Da> Ca-ip & Night Patrol e Re : 5> -.•D.i / e Full-time Mashg ac>^ = %  • Salt 4 S.igar Free Diets e No }e far Steaks. Cnops, Roasts • :? Snack Brr. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING INC. C0NT • PRIVATE BEACH i POOL Take The Whole family To St. C/ airs. They Serve Just Plain Good Food, CAFETERIAS MIAMI lOulMRD CaFETERU 53tl Street M( Biscayaa iu firi VOORES ALLAPATTAH 15t RtatM HIH 1st, itret ( ST CUIRS ON TAMIAMI r iL Stt* i.eaue ant |.. ]a jtrNt ST CLAIRS Of NORtH MIAMI W7U Street MI B scaint Sayiear4 FT. LAUDEROALI N feieril Hi|kw*y AcrtJi "•• 5" r State Real 7 aai Brtoi'd BK.MI POMPANO BEACH ST CUIRS CAFETERIA ANO 10UN61 U S i ail Samile Rial ia SkeiRtrs Haei Pl CAFETERIA ANB lOUNCE Atiaitic t >l. it litlteistai • Jlirl<



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Fiiday. May 19. 1961 Jmisti fkridlfari Poge 9-B %  • As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Flcridian will presem free •for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Eas Mitzvah. Requests shouid be addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Bex 2^73, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name" of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p;ace of the cere^-env. home address and telephone number. Tne corsage wMI be forwarded to you courtesy c"f B!acks:cr.e Flower 5^-.cps in time for "he occasion. JAY JANIT JUDITH .fydirh Supworth ling services. May 19, I ie Zion will include the Mitzvah of Judith Ann. daugh: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard SunRabbi Alfred Waxman will i ciate. "h is a seventh grade stuc al Ponce de Leon Junior High, flute in the school hand, and I eceived awards for swimming .ins to continue her studies i the Temple's confirmation class. r parents will host the Oneg abat in her honor. Janet Rabinowitz net Sue. daughter of Mr. and Morris Rabinowitz. and the .(iriaughter of Mrs. Jennie / and Mr. and Mrs. J. Rabini will be Bas Mitzvah during riday evening services. May 19. ;! Beth David Synagogue. bbi Norman Shapiro will officiate, and Cantor William Lipson |] render the musical portions of IN liturgy. ,'anet is an honor student at E -1 nandoah Junior High. Following services Friday there w I] be an Oneg Shabbat. On Sati-rday evening, a dinner dance will II 'eld for 50 teen-agers, and on y afternoon a reception is i'i at the Rabinowitz home, 3020 kell ave. • Jay Casselhoff Joseph Xarot will officiate I .ir M.tzvah of Jay. son of d Mrs Je^se Casselhoff, 4815 ambra Circle. Coral Gables. I It! : :;ii.g. May 20. a! Tenii v Israel. (tends the Temple's HeI lUS schools and is i the student Kerin Ami i .. ir stu1 Poi de L. on Junior High: i %  in the band, and I Camp at the I li :' Miami this sum:: ; ti in from sixth J j ..awarded the Ameri< zion medal for being "outstudent in scholarship. .p. honor, courage and ser He was the only seventh i xhibitor from Ponce de • in a Superior award Ul S< .::h Florida Science Pair ':. bby is collecting Amen '' :>raeh stamps. A recep s honor will follow sor1 at the Temple. *• Stanley Langbein M.tzvah of Stanley, son of Ma nil Langbein, will be cele1 Saturdaj morning. May 20. t > Z.on, with Rabhi Alfred d officiating. i^ an honor student a! andoah Junior High, studies i ..\ the Miami Conservatory Music, and plans to continue l Temple's confirmation class • mother will host the Kiddush i: honor following services. Barry Nemerof y Nemerof. son of Mr. and • Martin Nemerof, '8842 Haw i ave.. will be Bar Mitzvah on • irday morning. May 20. at Tern' Menorah, with Rabbi Mayer mowitz officiating. The Bar .a student in • %  is school and N us Junior I di er reception in his honor aj i vening ..; the Dip] ntry Club. Robert Goldman Satur la; ;ng sen ices, May 20. a: T. .. ] % %  ; .. in include the Bar Mitzvi ';• of Robert Stevi .. son ol Mrs. Ethel Goldman, with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. Robert is a seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and plays viol the school orchestra. He received special mention tor his atomic analysis machine in the recent Science Fair, is a winner of the Elk's Gold Medal Americanism Aware, and belongs to BoyScout Trocp 65. He is also a student in the Temple's religious school. A luncheon reception in his honor will be held at the Delano hotel 1 following the Bar Mitzvah service. Richard Turbin Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs j Irving Turbin. 10190 E. Bay HarI bor dr.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 20. at Tem: pie Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is a student in the religious school, and attends Nautilus Junior High. Following services, there will be a luncheon reception in his honor at the For.tainebleau hotel. • • Jeffrey and Mark Freeman Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Freeman during Saturday servi< May 20. al Temple Beth Am. and '. i firmation of his brothel Mart ttday, Maj 21 Th( j : Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pibidabo avi Gables their honor will •i,' at 1 s hotel ro< Robert Laiar Sat rning s< rvices at Temr i .i ru ide the Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of Mr and Mrs, Senuii I azai Maj 20 Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate Robert • student at West Miami Junior High and plans •o contim.-. his studies in the Torn. pie's c< • i ass Hiwill host tinKid Michael Beririnan i, n -El will ho tin i| Mil h... I '.; %  and Mrs liar >ld B< hn uring Saturday morning services, May 20. Dr Irving L D will officiate Michael is venth grade honor student at Norland Junior High, and received his religious education at the Temph school. Ho is an active participant in all sports, and his hobby is coin collecting. Ajreception in his honor will be held at the P;}-lomat hotel Satur lay evening. JudirH Toback Bas Mitzvah of Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Toback. of ROBERT JUDITH BARRY City of r -'cpc Leaders Inducted Miami Prach chapter of the City o; Hop< installed oll.cers W dnes(...> :r. th< Baccarat roui'd of the i i uville hotel. „New officers arc Mrs. Aaron Tupresident; vice presidents, Mrs. Ed Edwards, Mrs. Irving Rubin, Irs Jack Greenberg. Mrs | Rose Spero and Mrs. Irving Hofresponding secretaries will be Mrs Max Amhowitz, Mrs. Michael I < (1 Mrs Ben Linde. Ri cording secretary is Miss Rose !'t:r-tt :.. financial secretary, Mrs. Katzcn; social secretary, line. treasurer. Mrs. lr\ :. Tauber; historian. Mrs. Harry am. Mrs. Charles Al., unselor, MrBernard Hofl nan; honorary past president, Mrs. Bernard Goldfinger ...;.i donor dinner of the Mi Bei I • %  chapter will bo held -..:ii aj May 21. in the Deauville'S sanova room. Mrs. Aarcn Tubin, 7536 Cutlass ave.. is in charge of •he arrangements. ROBERT MARK JBffKtY 5130 Donatello. Coral Gables, will be celebrated Saturday morning. May 20. at Temple Judea. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Judith was one of the first pupils in the nursery-kindergarten of the Temple, has been a member of the Sunday school for seven years ,and will receive her diploma from the Hebrew school Friday evening She is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, and is a member of the band. Her parents will host the Kid dush following the service in her honor New Oka Quarters Open Former Mayor Kenmth Oka. who is seeking reelection to the Miami Beach City Council, announced that he has opened campaign headquarters to service Normandy Isle and North Beach residents. The headquarters will be located at 705 71 St.. Normandy Isle. Sam Smietan, long-time resident and civic worker, will be in charge Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, and Al Sherman "will head a crash program to bring out the vote for the former mayor." Confirmation Due Oriental Theme Wednesday At No. Shore Confirmation service of Temple Menorah religious school will highlight the Shavuot observance Sunday morning. 10:30 am Students w;i present an origin.. dramatic r< ing written by Fahbi Mayer S n iwitz, "The Seven n Bran< .< s." assisted b> Cantor Edward Klein and the Temple choir r tiie direction ol Samuels. .•• %  > %  • %  i• dalighter "i \! t: s ,-.,n. itauRhtei • ; .• .-. T.,1. -..ii .,] .Mr H i Mr* Robert, son | i M • nnd M r* s. j mour Ktl; Richand Mi.Ales >' mnn i %  line, %  Ianhti>r i f Mr an.I Mr* Marli Ge* indhell. I-1•. i-r. Mi nd Mi's. Jack %  irei n f Mi and Mr* Na ; i K ah I c h -1 i. i>f Sirs x a -11• -^ i "!'.•: Ie, m %  •i" Mi nd Mrs Gerald Undenbaum, ; Mi in Mrs Hen l.ii%  !' Mr ami Ml %  Aorei i.yiiii. .laiiuhi. i of Mr* NVw in of Mr and M 1 Ian .. %  ilaughti i i.f M nd Mr* .1 ick Segal Susan. I Mi and Mrs S t>a> Id %  hi i nf Mr and M S • %  %  mler, and K< n in Hi i uf Ml Mrs n Nathaniel Glickman. chairman of the school board, ami Mrs. Raj Morse, preside nt-elecl of Sisterhood, will present diplomas and gifts. Sisterhood ol Congregation Yehu>.;.h Moshe will give a luncheon Woc'uu >('.;•.> noon in Popiel Hall Iheme and menu are oriental. Election Slated Wednesday Ten,; o Tifereth Jacob will hold its at embership meeting at tin on Wedni ; p.m.. %  >i> ction ol officers will Beth Torah Will Confirm Nine Sunday evening. May 28. will mark another milestone in the growth ot Beth Torah Congrega tion with the first confirmation exercises in the synagogue's history Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will charge the nine confirm ands id Wolk. congregation president, will offer greetings. Mrs Seidel was Instructor Awarding confirmation certificates will he Irving Seidel, chairman of the board of education, with Mrs Alfred K;:ru conducting the -synagogue choir. Confirm ands are Gilda Abramowitz, Mark Foldman. Steven Frank Bernard Ginsberg. Loretta Green. Halberg, Debra Karg. Edwai mon and Toni Dffi Mrs. Ritterman Heads Chapter Mrs. Milton Koch surrendered her president's gavel to Mrs. Sidno Ritterman at the installation ceremonies ol the Miami Beach chapter of the Jewish National Horn* for Asthmatic Children at •he House of Hoo on Wednesday Installing officer was the Justice il th< Peace of the Filth District. nglander. Guest speaker Lloyd Botway, an alumnus of :licers who were installed Mrs Larry Bietz, Mrs. JoSirota and Mrs Adolph Mark•. ice presidents; Mrs B i Kassel, corresponding secretary; MrHoward Dinaburg. financial secretary: Mrs. Albert Lauler. recording secretary; and Mrs. Paul Grand, social secretary Mrs Koch was installed as chaplain HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Jewish Cooking. 10 to oftfr dinner fr One Person. 6 days, no Sondcys. Phone Wl 7-4955 or Wl 7 4468 I CONVERT YOUR SELDOM WORN GARMENTS INTO MODERN SUN DRESSES Also olterotions of oil kinds. Call Mrs. levine HI 8-75K BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakathruth of Florida Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever. D rector 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODMN [QVtPMtNT A fURNISHINGS flMPkOU BUILDING 310 Collins Ave. Ph. 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Page 10-B ^Jmlstfkridktr) Friday. Mav 19, MRS. ADA CORDON Mrs. Gordon Will Head Club Here Ifn. Ada Gordon will be installed president of the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'ritb Women on Sunday evening. May 28, at the Barcelona hotel. Others to be installed are Mesdames David Park. Adele Baum. Rona Wolff, and Beatrice Kelter. vice presidents; Jeannette Su>sir.an. recarding secretary; Bertha Newell, corresponding secretary; Kuth Earson. linancial secretary. Mesdames Betty Blotcher, treasurer; Edith Simmons, auditor; Etta Kurzrock, parliamentarian; Ruth Jaffee, sentinel; Dons Lei7ak, guardian; Henry Steinhauser. counselor; and Molly Cohen, historian. Installing officer will be .Mrs. Alfred Reich, president elect of District 5, B'nai B'rith Women. Miss Goodman Heads Chapter Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah, at a donor award luncheon on May 15 at the Americana hotel, held its installation of officers for the ensuing year. Installed as %  president was Miss Lillian Goodman, who has been serving lb< chapter for the past 15 years in various offices. She has been president of the I. R. Goodman group for four years, the group which chose its name in memory of I. R. Goodman, her brother, v ho passed away in 1952. Mis.Goodman was installed by Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. Miss Goodman is also on the national board of National Women's League of United Synagogue of America, on the executive of the Zionist Council, and on the boards of Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, B'nai B'rith, Women's Division of Brandeis University. She is a past Eastern Star matron. Englander Pushes Council Drive Islander's Chapter Meefi Mrs. Joseph Lipsky w .1 be hJ I e'ss to Islander'' chapter boari ] members at a dinner to lake plan 4I Gallagher's restaurant on Mo* day evening, 6:30 p.m. .ludge Malvin Englander this week pressed a drive for creation of a new special events department for the City of Miami Beach. The Fifth District Justice of the Confirmation Sunday Ma|it "Peace, who is making his initial | bid fcr election to the city council, is seeking the vacated seat of Harold B. Spaet in the June 6 balloting. MISS LILLIAN GOODMAN PTA Elections At Beth Torah With the receiving of the gavel from Mr-. Samuel Leb. outgoing president, Mrs. Ewald Ziffer assumed leadership of the PTA of the religious school of Beth Torah Congregation at its annual election meeting last week. Serving as officers with her are wayand means vice president. Mrs. Sanford Lebman; membership vice president, Mrs. Ben Borenstein; program vice president. Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg; holiday vice president, Mrs. David Li--: treasurer, Mrs. Ronald Friec'el: recording secretary, Mr-. Paul Left": and corresponding secretary. Mrs. Adrian Kaufman. The meeting was highlighted with tribi 'I to the outgoing officerbj Mrs. Leb and the honoring oi the [acuity of the nursery. kindergarten, Sunday and Hebrew schools. Among the activities of the FTA for the religious school are the providing of kiddush for the student congregation refreshments for all holidays, model seriorium. canteen organization of the school library, green stamp awards, junior tombola, student congregation banquet, and school awards. "Business conditions in Miami Beach demand more and better j special events — bowling tournament.championship boxing matches, golf and tennis events, political conventions — now. Delay is impossible if our city is to retain its pestion as resort capital of the nation." Judge Englander asserted. Milton and Miriam Sirkin, campaign co-managers, announced the addition to the campaign cabinet of several civic leaders, ircludirvj Metro Commissioner Chuck Hall, Jodge Larry Hoffman, Dr. Stanley Coltune, Paul Grand, Harold Kaye and Dr. Leo Grossman. Headquarters were opened at 173 Lincoln rd.. 1448 Washington avt.. 705 71 St., and 1232 Normandy dr Judge Englander. who has said he will resign as Justice of the Peace if elected, is not sitting on the bench during the campaign. "I Ronelle L. Aster, Lenore Benn Judy Harris, Karen B us.,, RJ chelle Lerncr. EJearor Querido an Sheila Rosenberg will be confirm* at Tifereth Israel Congregation ol Sunday ct 7:30 p.m. Benefit Due For Young Israel Benefit performance of "Sleeping Beauty" will be held for Young Israel of Greater Miami at North Miami Senior High School on Tuesday afternoon. Jure 13. Proceeds will be for Young Israel's proposed youth center. Also on the program will be "Skipper' Chuck, of Popcyc Playhouse, eh. 4 television. In charge of information is Mrs. Rubin Waldmar. chairman. have been successful in obtaining other judges, fcr whom I have >a,t during their vacations or illnesses to sit in my place. 1 am, however, continuing to perform all administrative duties of the position." AW. AND MRS. CANTOR Centers Mark 571 h Afcuiversary Mr Mrs. Mic (Rose) Cantor, of 32" • .. Miami, will cele7th wedding anniversary on Maj 29 The function will be marked at a dinner party at the home of one of their children here. One of the founders of Cantors Whole-ale Grocery of Miami, the couple came here 25 years ago from Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Mr. Cantor, 83, is far from retired. The couple have three children. Mr. and .Mrs. Saul (Ruby) Canter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Edith 1 cantor, both of Coral Gables; and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph (Sue) Strelzoff, of East Lansmg, Mich. There are nine grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Cantor were married on May 29, 1904. Cohen Asks Citizen Support "No one man is the salvation. And no one group of men can accomplish anything unless it has your active support and whole hearted cooperation." Miami Beach Councilman Wolfie Cohen declared this week at Pumpernik' to a crowd gathered in support of his candidacy for reelection to his city job "How many of you attend council meetings?" he asked. It is not enough that you hold nuttings. have debates. pa.--> resolutions and then sit back, satisfied that you have done a service.'' "You, the people, are Mii n Beach's greatest undeveloped resource. We on the council benefit by your though;and opinions. Follow through d make us better legislators. Help us to help you. Judge Malvin Englander's drive for Miami Beach City Council this week received support from (left to right' Judge Lany Hoffman, Paul Grand and Harold Kaye. Judge Ho'.' in past exalted ruler of the Elks, Grand is past comma .aer of ihe Jewish War Veterans, and Kaye is lormer vice president oi the Miami Beach chapter of the Allied Gasoline Re Assn. Member luncheon Planned "Member Bring %  a Member" luncheon is planned lor the Surfside-Bay Harbor Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary 723 on Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs. Mitchell Reiner. 853 86 st., Miami Beach. •— EIGHT ACTIVE EXCITING WEEKS FOR IOYS and GIRLS —AGES 4 re II COMPLETE and VARIED WATER SPORTS PROGRAM SWIMMING SAILING WATER SKIING • BOATING • FISHING SOFT BALL-TENNIS ARCHERY-DRAMATICS-ARTS A CRAFTS SUMMER CAMP JUNE 22 through AUG. 16 ENROLLMENT: 8 WEEK SESSION ONLY MONDAY through FRIDAY 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. HOT LUNCHES TRANSPORTATION: Greater Miami Area SCHOOL SUMMER DAY CAMP offers the summer vacation program your children have! 1\ Acres on Biscoyne Bay Swimming Pool, Boats, finest equipment, facilities and staff! The LEAR SCHOOL SUMMER DAY CAMP 1010 WEST AVENUE • MIAMI BEACH • TELEPHONE JE 1-0606 YOU CAN BE REALLY >: GUARANTEED WEIGHT CONTROL Complete therapeutic and recreational facilities ... 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%  Friday. May 19, 1961 vJcnfot ftcridHafj Pace IIP National Council Jewish Women leadership and more than 40 Council volunteer members serving at Douglas Gardens were honored at the Home's annual "recognition coffee" on May 15. Mrs. Marguerite Siegal, newly-appointed Senior Citizen chairman at the Home, receives gavel from Mrs. Jean Rhyon, past chairman during 1960. Mrs. Florence Comanor, NCJW vice president in charge of service, looks on. CJA Working Within Budget, Heiman Tells Two Committees trd of governors of the Great11 Miami Jewish Federation has unequivocally endorsed"" the ..dgc-t committee and executive committee decision no! to allocate _-('.-• over and above the amour.: sei in th< :?6l Combined Jew-• Appeal campaign. statement to the board, Sam Heiman, president of Fcderan, declared that for the first t in a number of years, "the Iget committee has allocated ..•hin the amount raised," and ..t "Federation and Federation agencies will be living within the amount collected in the campaign." said that in 1961 Federation "will operate on a strictly cash basis for the first time in its his'cry The budget, as apreved by the board, represents serious reducliens in the amounts of money tvailable for local, national and overseas beneficiaries, and inc'udes a substantial reduction in federation's own operating and campaign expenses. eon Kaplan, chairman of the dget committee, in his presentan to the committee, said that tin (auction was necessitated "by a (ecline in this year's campaign eceipts th< amount ol Or.' WoHssn in Lecture eel e %  money allocated by the United 1 Fund, .n shares with Federation t:H -•-'. Of supporting Jewish Familj and Children"? Service, Jewis for the Agi and Ci Jewish Con ter. K:i].. Idi %  that w < an mts w a re now making available to our agencies are in; onducl their pro. e service to those ;n neei : service locally."' also ob.. thai • i am unts given to national agencies are less those given in comparable cities." Th< committee had no cho.ee. he said, "tut to spend only what we had, in accordance with what the community has been willing to contribute ." Heiman anticipated that "with | a firmer collection policy on the part cf Federation and the Combined Jewish Appeal, collection receipts tor the first four months of this year, both for the 1961 campaign and prior campaigns, are higher than in previous years. "The Greater Miami Jewish Federation," he said, "is today on a solid financial footing. We art living witrin the income which our community provides. "We hope. %  • iur .'--.;' • %  %  n %  License Teachers At Beth Torah MrSidney Kay, preschool supervisor cf Beth Torah Congrega,tion_. awci ilx*. M^ael .Gruen and Miss S ndra Levy, staff members. I wen an i ... the first group of preI sch( ... gue teachers to receive licenses from the Board of Licehsi of the Bureau of Jewish Education at its May meeting Having fullfllled the standards of the code of practice for preschool | teachers the Beth Torah Congrega| ticn instructors will receive their 1 licenses at the spring meeting of the board ofdirectors of the Bureau of Jewish Education at the Di Lido hotel Tuesday evening. Mrs. Kay has served as preschool supervisor for the past three years and taught at Beth Torah kindergarten since its inception six years ago. Mrs. Gruen attended Syracuse University and has taught in the Hebrew and Sunday schools of Beth Torah and at the Israelite Center. Miss Levy is a graduate of Stern College for Women of the Yeshiva University, and is an instructor in the synagogue's Hebrew school. Recipient of a permanent Hebrew teacher's license is Menachem Roth, a veteran teacher oi more than 20 years of experience in the schools of Israel, who is now completing his first year of instruction at Beth David. He. too. will be honored on Tuesday evening. Left to right are Mesdames Terry Sponder, Joseph Kanter. Martin Lodge, Leo Gross. Philip Stcrk. president, Florence Kupperman, Ben Israel, and Aaron Green. They celebrated first birthday of Islander's chapter cf Women's American ORT at a recent luncheon meeting in the Moulin Rouge motel. Guests included Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, president, and Mrs. Irving Tillis. vice president, Southeast Florida region of ORT. 'Caught in Act 1 Back on Boards Judge Given Higher Post Tin r of a noted Greatei Miam. Jewish community civic and philanthropic leader has I i'lc\f.ttci :< tr.c post of Superior Court H< is Judge Milton H Meyers. of Wal Conn., whose appointment \^as confirmed recently by the Connecticut Senate. Judge Meyers is the brother of Benjamin Meyers, of 802 W. DiLido dr., Miami Beach. Now a Common Pleas Court Judge, he will assume his new post late in October. Only a single dissenting vote was cast in the Senate against Judge Meyers The vote was 30 jto 1. This will make the new ap pointee one of 22 serving throughout Connecticut. In an editorial on May 2. the Waterbury American called the I appointment "one which meets I with our sclid approval." declaring thet Judge Meyers "by education, training and experience is well qui for promotion to the hi] art In May 5. the %  .rod to Judge for Following a week's vacation. "Caught in the Act" returns to launch the fifth month of the hit revue at the Downstairs room of the Seville hotel. Headlining Jack De Leon and Terry Haven, the click show has receive d rave reviews since its opening last January. Combining songs, sketch? and slick dances, the revue shapes up as a jet-paced show strictly fcr laughs, with the accent or. youth. Co-starred with De Leon and Haare I ur I f the outstanding %  formers from lure York. Featured areGene Allen. Harry Ncwby. Lynne Peal and Betty Lou Davis. All represent the new trend in modern entertainment, talent loaded a^id jam-packed with sparkling fun. With sketches by Ruth Wallis. Ernie Held and David Panich. the revue has proved to be one of the big night club attractions of the season. Mainti ing its winter policy. ; ugh! r the Act" will play seven nights keek, with two shows at 9 an< -. Sunday through Thursdi;. a <• 'bird show at ] a.m., -;-.. and SaturdayOl i t n a r c 3 LEN LEV N % % %  • %  '• ..._.. %  R survived b> hi %  husbi • four hildren, Irving %  •. ,. and *pti %  • l In, • no M,> '. -• Kati of %Ii >mi: • %  ighi prandchildren • and In Savannah, Ga. idi v< Mmm IM ELIAS M. SALZBERG 70, i u DILIdo • %  '• DILIdo Isle. Ma A lummi r n sldenl ol \K ., • hi .i.1 cruderubbi r broki ad p< nt in. winonthf al Miami Beach fur th. past It • • rs, Surviving are his wife, R, se; ;. ight. r, Mrs. S< Ima 9 Kllvan*; a Bister and thr. grand chlldn Services were Ma> 16 in Temph Israel with Riverside Memorial Cnaj el >• • BENJAMIN HERMELIN F'ennaylvanla ave., Miami .. May 1.1. He can* here ,-, • i ,.'in 10 years ago and mi .. retirei hotel clerk Surviving Is h> fe, Eva; son, Sidney Schwarta; ihn L ht< i a, including Mi i H< len <;,..-,. an Mrs. Ruth Wechter: and eighl iandchlldren. Service* were Ma H In Rlveralde Memorial Chapel, w. -i; ; %  ave. HVMAN LURIE 81, cf 61 E W IS ave., dli d Maj lHi -.. %  ere 13 yeara ago fi om in• iand was a member "f Temple Beth EH. Surviving are a daughv, -> Man lene Luiie; a aon, two i oth( and a grandchild, fe'ervicea „, 'ilordon Fun. ral Home MARK E SCHARPS .,' • ifltij e dr., Miami i i %  Ma He came here < Ichi : Se York City. Surs wifi Vnn; two son and a i t< i Service* w< r< Maj Nor%  •.• RS E:; BOLOMON ;., • V i ', %  .!' h yar* %  Sisterhood %  ROBERT R COHEN N K I6S St., died May ?. 1 1 hen ilx yi ar* :i-" from I was .i i %  tired n staurant ... his wife, Fannj i • Rughters, including Mn Marj Mrs. Shirley Wool; his •' • rs, three sisters and ;ix | ill • n. Sen le< B were Ma) al H. .MI. Miami Beach councilmanic candidate Leo Eisenstein feeds a tidbit to Mrs. Rose Weiss, civic leader and supporter, at ceremonies markinq the opening ol his campaign headquarters al 1212 Washington ave. Eisenstein Corss Fcr Candidate %  n -. • Leo ] I • %  Berk i .• | %  N • : .: I Mrs. Willl : %  • v. i Mr. and and Mn. I tine. Oil %  i %  %  • M. • %  • • %  • %  • %  %  Si art l%  i. 5< %  %  • %  %  %  CCB KAUFFMAN Sor nandy di Ml : IS. U' rai %  ear* !•• iayed : aski tbal %  and ... He lati itti ndi %  rvni's\lvi la i a! \nna %  • %  E C T O R 1 -V, .. • : TEAMAN 70, of V. %  el on i -. M %  ; Hi '•. %  '•' VI I • ,. slsti Si rv i i neral '.' E E S ." N EADORE Pl'TZEL .'I I %  %  .. : • and ,'lvlng In%  • .... i e Cuesi ing F: services al ngregaU. Yehudah I



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••• LISTENING COUtS BEFORE DOING 'JTewisli Floridian Are We to P o,ltical Now liami. Florida, Friday, May 19, 1961 Section C In Wars for Independence? By DAVID SCHWARTZ creed. It's not the professionbut ,, ... i.i the practices that count. At Shavuot, ^e skip hack some 3,500 years to the wilderness of The fact of the matter is that we Sinai. Shavuot has been said to can only really listen alter we be the complement Ol Passover, have done, paradoxical as that nay A people have been emancipated, seem. Like the story Lincoln used Thej are about to receive their to tell about the Irishman who said, Charter, their Constitution. You "I'll never be able to put on t would expect them to be talking shoes until 1 wear them a bit" politics, but the Ten CommandTvv (1 l(lllo ,, SO me recipe. It IS mini, breathe no word of that, it onlv ; il „, r you b ,. uin doing it II about decent human personal ^ n ,„ „,.,„,. knov) vn; ,, lt relations, Don! emmi! murder. .... sa>,. On Shavuot, it is customary to i ;.• dairy [oo : especially blur :es. (he Jev t.-h mind, a good loc-. 'uy are taught, "Lovi your trine was like good too.!, I pictures of the damage to the Algiers synaFrench troops (left) quardinq the ruins. The ccgue during recent Ca^bah riots have been walls inside and outside were daubed with joceived by the World Jewish Congress in swastikas and such sloaons a c : "Death to the h';-.v York together with a report from the orJew?." Long L ; ve th<* FLN" (Algerian national, ..zation's representative in Algeria. Jacques ist movement', "Lonq Live the Aigericn Repubczcrus. When Lazarus arrived, he found lie," and "Death to de Gaulle." wen menu i blintzes correspoi to the mati rial ones The lai 1 !-r I is compared to milk a :i d hone> and the Torah likewise .s characterized by the -amc phrase. The Koretzer Rebbe sai" In other words, if the Torah • credited with preserving the Jew. >,.ipreserved the Torah.' i logical answer to tinquescourse—the Jewish peoole. By clinging to the Torah the Jewish people have therefore preserved But why would a peoplt Ivmor teachings that had no appeal for them, which were not related to their lives" ]! is unlikely that .-heer entimentality could have preserved the Torah. The answer seems to lie elsewhere. And the answer IN an imporlr.m issue today as we approach the celebration ol Shavuoth, the holiday marking the giving of '.he Law to the wandering tribes ol Israel loliowing their exodus trom Egypt. Shavuoth will he celebrated beginning with >un;own services Saturdaj evening, on Sunday and Monday. The holiday takt • nan e froi i .,, Hebrew • *" and is Greater Miami to Launch Shavuot Holiday Gbservaiscs %  eater Miami Jewrj will launch th Holiday of Shayu I at services L evening Shavuot celebrates the givin ol t! and, %  to |, following tm,r Egyptian exodus and is *eeks after the advent o( Passover. Th< m the Hebrew word for "weeks." avuot will continue with serviceon Sundaj an, Monday On ,1 day o, the celebration, morning services will include Yizkor, %  traditional Memorial Prayer tor the departed. IACLDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlylo v Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. I) ji.m s.i %  • %  %  %  "> If. ,i "t'lin w. I:-I" \ %  • •*' <" %  %  'a • %  ii in -'• 'i: "'I'll-Kilili %  • i .,-,:,. i-/' Khavuui nj 7 : |i m. Huntla) a.in %  I 'll.Torah Kl*i iial \ I|i M.,n,..,\ 8::io n.m. S> mill .II :,, >. %  \. HH .i R •' • %  *' %  yiskoi -i-iiii'' 10:30 •' '"• 2533 SW 19tn ave. Maxwell Siiberman. [ANSHE EMES. Conservative. president. | BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative Rabbi Norman ShapiroCantor William W. Lipson. i v I :, p.m. Reran n i "Who! ':<' %  • %  ItlKhl AM-W.I'Bas Mlwvah: HDM, daughter of Mr, and Mr*. K|l>inowitx. Saturday 9 a.m. B Mltvuh; Handler; Baa Mitavah: R< nn ami daughter nf MM. H< en i i klej Sim.lay. Bhavuol aorvk • 8 •' in. Monday, Tlakor %  > a.m. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Schiff•-' :.i.i>B:4S pin. Raturdaj 8:30 a.m. Rhavuol service Saturday •".:4.". p.ni s ii ay s:!0 a. in S.-rmon: "The ''all ot sinai in our Heart*." Monda) v • %  s.i -nii.il: '"Remembering) Our fast." Yiskoi service 10:30 n.m. 3ETH EMETH. 188£ .* ;w *"" J ve Conservative. Rabbi D.ivid W. Her son. Cantor Hyman Fell*. v.i P m. San %  lurl %  •S"tu daj I •"" | vi .nda %  '" : %  N : '• ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralr-e ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louia Rottman. • PTH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave Orthodox. Rabb. Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Hrldaj 6:33 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. s, rmnn: "The Quality ol Man Sun,i.,v Khavuol arrvl • %  8:30 fl m. „„;,;• •-.:,„1. Man and Space Mom aj > :,, a.m. yialior s.-.,.-.• 10:30 a.m. ri: -The lft of Oui Memory. BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr Rabbi Harold Richter. Friday s ; p.m. Sermon: on *n u.-iiirDlabellevi i' Saturday I •< ; Sunday, Shavuot **? %  „„„,: "Overt we to Sinai. Monda) yiskor 7: -t •" %  a.m. BETH RAPHAEL." 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Juliui Sapero, president. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovsky BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th Continued on Page 11-C erved seven weeks after Passo\' r. To know how the Torah was preserved and why :ts iniluence over i the .lews never ceased, requires knowledge ol the phariasic period — an understanding of the work of the Pharisees. For it was during that period, and through the genius an spirit of the Pharisees thai the rorah was rescued lor the future. Now who were the Pharisees and what did they do with file Torah 'that the Jews throughout their long history could make it^ teachings their way ol life, be inspired by its commandments and utter the words: Tor they are our life and the length ol our days. Day and n ghl we will medilate upon them." Pharisaism is traceable to the period ol the eighth century proI %  < .• %  !'. to t h e tune ol m is an attempt the dominant of a hi a a v.i. i •. ., •,-.' grow th; i lical and noral proi dines Juda sni; it is ...; ,i thi Jewi n so \ irture "i Phai isaism, Juduism was never all ved to lag behind '' i time>, b< comt a relic, a dead letter. The Pharisaic spirit is evident in the ethical and moral laws ol -: it is manifested in the democratic, universal teachings of the prophets; it is reflected in the h beral rabbinic lore, and the wisdom of the Jewish philosophers Pharisaism is at work m everx period of Jewish history. In every phase of .Jewish thought and life; its paramount concern is to pursue truth and promote the spiritual welfare of man. Every attempt ever made to thwart the progressive dynamic spirit of Pharisaism from within or without was destined to fail. The name Pharisee, which has come into the English language through the Latin translation of the New Testament and represents the Greek word Pharisiaios, goes back directly to the Aramaic word Parisha, the equivalent, in popular speech, of the Hebrew Parush, from the verb parash. The root meaning of the verb is "to separate." The name Pharisee would lon'l steal, don't bear false witness h inor ur 11 lers, love G '. ; Itc( i 1 .. day ol r ne man a joke am he ret so then we may come to you will "receive" the point immediateand ask easier forgiveness." |j Another will not laugh until I ; the next day when he is running for th-. subway. Suddenly it comes to him. lt is made very plain by the Kiehmann case that the Germans had not received the Ten Commandments. They murdered. they robbed, they honored no one but themselves. I! there was any ol the Ten Commandments they did not grossly violate, it was purely an accident. The Torah says thit alter the Jews at Mt. Sinai received the Comma!) Iments. they called out in unison, "All that we have been commanded, we will do and we will hearken." They should have said, "we will hearken and we will do.'" Listening comes before doing, but the sages make the point that this is to emphasize that the Jewish outlook accents above all deed not Groups Wiil Mark Shavuot Ben-Gurion and Riaiik Branches 1 of Farband and Chalm Greenberg Branch of Poale Zion will observe Shavuot and mark the Bar Mitzvah of Israel's independence on j Monday evvening at the Shelborne 'hotel. Rabbi .Morton Malavsky, •>! the Israelite Center, newly elected president ol the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., will be guest speaker. Musical portion of the program will include Sasha Leonolt. noted comedy star. Irving M. Sachs, president of Ben Gurion Branch, will be chairman of the evening. Continued on Page 6-C A 12-page manuscript, the only written description ol the missing Pentateuch from the famed tenth century Aleppo Bible Codex, was discovered among manuscript fragments in the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. In disclosing the recent find, Dr. Simon Greenberg. vice chancellor of the Seminary, stated that "the manuscript is a major contribution towards the publication of the f ; rst definitive edition of the Hebrew Biblical text." The manuscript was turned up durinq a treasure hunt for Bible manuscripts and fragments by Prof. Moshe Goshen-Gottstein. visiting professor of Semitics at Brandeis University on leave from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem where he serves cs general editor of the Hebrew University Bible Project.



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Goldmann Says Israel's Border Quiet Deceiving JERUSALEM JTA Dr Xahum Goldmanr president oi the Worl; Zi< nisi %  ^ rned ben thai the rclativi quiet in rr.e Middle East, particularly on the Israel-Arab border:was unUkeb ;c continue loi Dr. Goldmann made the prediction in an address summing up general debate at the current session cf the Zionist Actions Committee, in which he asserted that the present "static stage" in the international situation, was nearing an end and unsettled problems were due tor new discussion. Me Mid the attempts at restoration of good relations between King Hussein of Jordan and President Nasser of the United Arab Republic represented a danger to Israel. He also said that Israel's position in the United Nations had deteriorated as indicated by the vote on the resolution on the Arab refugees. These developments, he said, obliged the Zionist erganixation to be prepared to support Israel's interests in these various areas. Di-cu-smc Israel's relations with non-Israeli Jews, he stressed the alreadj had th presidency of the yeajrsjifter Jhj >^JMIN immense sympathy of the Jewish American Zionist Council. people for Israel rut added there had d< Iwi negative factors :-:•said one was the mistaken tee ins thai Israel .-.ad solved of its i 1 problems and th< ther ; % %  insavory impressi created abi 'several evi ..-. Israel's internal ; titles This was vr • :-•• : • lice to PrimeMinister I fight againsi ui secretaryral Pinhas La' n Behind t hi scene: efforts t< reach agreement among the parties on the composition cf the newexecutive of the Jewish Agency continued. The standing committee failed to bring a solution to the impasse, over parties over distribution of some key portfolios, particularly on the issue of the New York chairman of the executive. Jewish Agency executive The General Zionist faction headGoldmann said he was resigning ed by Dr. Israel Golcstein and the chairmanship, but will retain Mrs. Rose Halpnn was reported to the presidency of the World Zionist have demanded that when former Organization. w By (ALTHA fcenth c( versify Prime Minister Moshe Sharett takes office as the new chairman, he should reaffirm his stand that he should not appoint as New York chairman a member of the faction led by Dr. Emanucl Neumann. The Goldstein-Halprin group contended :hi Neumann faction was the smallei General Zionism and that it Nazi Survivors Still Suffering NEW YORKJTA)— SurvivoJ of Nazi concentration camps stil suffer the menti and physics] wounds of tr.t.r experiences In an address to the opening session, Mr. Sharvtl appealed to Zic--is*s in the United States to one* in 6 for all establish a central organization." The existing Zionist part.es. re said, must she* hSat they pt their loyalty to Zionism abeve sect cnal and partisan Interests. The p-esent situation, he penreo out. encourages dodging of responsibility, si-ce each party is busy with its own problems instead of with the future as a whole. wecian psychiatrist who was his self one of t'r. %  rvh :-. rep ed this week Dr. I.eo Eitingt r who nadt report to i session of ti American Or! inc Asaj and the World F< 1 :or Mq tal Health meet a men her of a tear: -al Univt sity of Oslo I help Norwegiar c; mp \ hive since liberal %  loped nesses that I :: ',! increasingly i ..•: He reported that r-f the firs 100 patients jt^cied 96 were faring from symptoms wWc* could be tracec to the long*'" 1 effect of life amd daily death inl the camps, "it* concentratwnl camp syndrome. Eighty-five suf-l GREETINGS TO ALL Alexander Orr & Associates. Inc. 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Friday. May 19. 1961 +Jci**lh*idlk>n Pao,e Italian Jews Eye Neo Fascist Action ROME—(JTA)—The sixth quin-, contestable right to judge the old Italian Jewish boy, Frar: quennial Congress of the Union of j slaughterers of the Jewish people." Cesana, who was the younger Italian Jewish Communities closed The delegates expressed the "cor^ JJ??,"EJ £m*2 this week with adoption oi a series ta i nly that Israel just.ee' in the' !" orl !" "HLVt ; tainty of resolutions aimed at counter\ Eichmann trial was "guided not | acting a resurgence of Fascist and | DV a spirit of revenge but by a anti-Semitic activities in Italy and stressing the need for more effective action to avoid the threat of assimilation among Italian Jewry. Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr. (center), president. Women's Divis,on, American Friends of Hebrew University, with Jaja Warhuku, of Nigeria (left), and Assistant Secretary of State G. Mennen Williams at Division's three-day conference on higher education in Middle East and Africa, held in Philadelphia. Mrs. Gimbel called for a return to the social justice of the Hebrew prophets, for more humanity in education, and proposed utilisation of skills of 20 million U.S. citizens of African and Asian descent. The other speakers praised example set by Hebrew University, stressing importance of education in bettering relations among nations. Jewish Archives in Interesting View of Churchill's Career the Mussolini-Hitler regimes. Meanwhile, a draft bill 10 deep urge for justice and a desire | aw the neo-Fascist Ifovime.ito to save further generations from ; Socialc ltaliano, which is re %  the false Ideologies and the ri0r-l s en ted now in the Italian Pai rors deriving from racial hatred j mc m, was defeated in Parliame !'s One of the resolutions empha-j and propaganda." ; Interior Affairs Committee h sired the "inadequate application | Tn0 42 delegates from 23 comBut the chief sponsor of thein of the 1952 law for the repression of! muni, jes emphasized the basic sure plans proposing the bill fascist activities" and invited Ita-1 contribution to Italian Jewish needs fore a plenary session oi Pai lian authorities to undertake "a Dy ,h c Conference on Jewish Mament, hoping it may still be ad >?imore scrupulous application of j tcrial Claims Against Germany ed. existing laws" in line with pledges an d expressed gratitude to the The principal backer Of 'he to the Union "to take steps for re: j 0 j„t Distribution Committee. I is Ferruecio Parri. president if pression of racist and anti-Semitic; They also congratulated the World the Committee for National L propaganda and racial and reliJewish Congress for "results ration and Italy's first Prime J gious discrimination." The resolu-1achieved in the defense of Jewish ister after the liberation ol Ita tion urged that such action be J interests throughout the world" and | following World War II. undertaken either by amendments to the Italian penal code or by eni actment of special legislation. In another resolution, the delegates expressed their determination "to take firm steps with the Education Ministry to obtain the use in schools of textbooks highlighting the meaning of Naiism and Fasicism." The resolution asserted that most of the textbooks now in use either failed i to mention the Nazi-Fascist era or "alter the trutn concerning Nazi-Fascist persecutions." c< illexpressed the hope that all Jew: tion of Democratic Christians d ish communities would become atneoFascists, defeated the d ift filiated with the World Jewish Conbill in committee. The opponi 5 gress which -.stresses the unity of; ( .| the Parri measure insisted I lat passage of a bill would disenfi in chise a party already represer I the Jewish people." Mario Bisori. Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Interior, told the Congress that the Italian Government has always "been determined to protect the religious liie of Italian Jews, their rights and their dignity as citizens." in Parliament, thereby creating 10 undemocratic precedent. to Churchill's abilities than did most leading figures in England. Owing to his German background, Cassel himself was under a cloud at the time. The association between Schiff By Special Report NEW YORK — Sir Winston < hurchhill's long and strenuous political career has had many tips and downs. An interesting reminder of one of the "downs" is an ',f C assel had drawn closer some found in a letter preserved at the yeaM before wnrn Cassel rescued American Jewish Archives, the griff's daughter, later Mrs. Felix historical research institute on the W arburg. while the families were Cincinnati Campus of the Hebrew mountain climbing in Switzerland. Union College-Jewish Institute of Both men werc fercat philanthroReligion. pj sts but when it came to Jewish The letter was written by Sir interests their paths diverged. Finest Cassel, distinguished Britschiff was the outstanding Jewish Jew ol German origin, to Jacob jsh i ayman in America in his day. Schiff. Schiff was one of early Cassel was estranged from JudaIwentieth-century American Jewlsm although his granddaughter. ly's leading personalities. Countess Muiintbatten, who was Both Schiff and Cassel were imconn ectcd by marriage with the porlant figures in the world of t'iBritish royal family, showed heri ance—Schiff in New York and s( ,| f warm i y sympathetic to Jew• -Ml in London. jsn caU ses. assel, whose intimacy with King rn ,. American Jewish Archives Edward VII brought him social j g un der the direction of Dr. Jacob j i ninence, corresponded regularly p .Marcus. \ ith Schiff, and on November 15, 1915, in the dark days of the First World War. he wrote to Schiff: The first session also heard from several of t h e speakers about Italian Jewry's contribuPaying homage to the millions tions to Italy's fights for freeof victims of the Nazi era. the delei dom, from the days of the risgates in another resolution dealing orgimento movement to the war with the trial of Adolf Eichmann. for liberation of the country from •one of those chietly responsible," Nazi-Fascist rule. Tribute was asserted that Israel had an "inpaid to the memory of a 12-yearBcnk Tells Appointment Jack Carner, chairman of the board of the Miami National B-.k, announced Wednesday that the board of directors had appr< I the appointment of Elizabeth C. Harvey as assistant cashier, bank training started 19 years -o m Cleveland. O. She came to Miami in 11)49. Until her present inpointment, she was employed as head teller since March. At BarMitzvahs, Engagements, Wedding*, at SheVllOth parties ever// SUncha "Yew will see that Winston Churchill has left the Cabinet and is going to rejoin the Army. I am very sorry, as I look upon him as one of our best men. With faults, I think, but who is without them. In initiative and working power I place him more highly than anyone (eft in the Cabinet." Students Given Science Awards Mrs. Irving Matlin. president. I and Arthur Padder. past president. were to present the annual science award to the Southwest Miami High School on Thursday evening in bej half of B'nai B'rith Women's ehapI ter and Men's Lodge of Coral i Gables. A large plaque was presented to Churchill had resigned from the; the school three years ago and British Cabinet two days before each year the name of an outstancithis letter was written. He was i ing student is inscribed on it, with then under a cloud owing to the i a smaller plaque presented to the lailure of his strategic ideas, and • individual student. Tbis year s winwas an object of particular detesta-j ners are Patricia Nast and Richard lion in the Conservative Party. Marks. which eventually he came to lead. Mrs. David Sachs is chairman of < assel showed more prescience as this project. TO ALL GREETINGS Dixie Gas Corporation Moe Longer 405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gables SCHWEBKE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 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Friday, May 19, 1961 V'Jenist fkiradlSain Page 9Dade Chamber Seeks Oldest Employee Here The search is now on for the oldest citizen! in Dade county who are working, In manufacturing plants or servicing jnies for wages or salaries. In conjunction with a proclamation being signed by Gov. Farris Bryant ordering ttie week of May 21 throufi 27 a< 'Senior Citizens Week.'" th committee on total employment i" the Miami-Dade Counts C'h.iii'-r o r Commerce is endeavoring to locate the men and women %  hose energy and interest in life ft] tl % %  with the desire and sen <. of • c mi tlishmenl to continue to i If-supporting, healthy, phys ..:..! mentally capa • %  < i com ting a day s work. This. 1. to ce.ncnshate to employer? 'hat ;:-5se citizens are found it be responsible, stable and sal =factory, and that employers e^c'jld give consideration to the ; ring ;? the 'over O." Believi I b! the first such comitee .11 .. ith a Chamb.-r ,l fjomn %  • %  he 1'nited States, r has I en continously meeting md I : ila i plans to lessen lh pi • "• the aged. %  ''!'• c %  W f C r many lineof work is presenting a problem to the entln i i and among our Citii ei '••%  %  led are capable worker' d Mrs. Florence Fox, w.hi -. as chairman of thi ccrrmitl Ecr the past nine years, has woi ke io get businessmi n ami lea 'i il industry to lower the barriers on employing the mature Hrar \\ inni will ear at a ban{:•! %  • -r -or. bj the committee on Mondny evening, May 22. in the Biscaym Terrace hotel. Arrange ir,(r! coi mittee chairman Is Leonard Coli in Hearing Society In Local Drive "When a hearing loss strikes, we can help" is the theme of the Miami Hearing Society Better Hearing Month educational campaign. "Progress in correcting hearing problems has been made.'" reports Miss Ru'h Pontius, Society president, but people afflicted don't know what help is available or where to find it. "The Miami Hearing Society, a United Fund service, is the agency that is in business to help people with hearing problems," explained Miss Pontius A Ivice on heanrg aids, treatment, surgery, schools for children, jobs, vocational training, and recreation activities is ottered. A. Budd Cutler was installed as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center at the Center's 10th annual meeting las: week at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Cut: ler succeeds outgoing president Isidor Simkowitz. Menorah Group Sndirction Set Menorah Hadassa installed of t'icers for the coming year al a brunch, Monday 11 a.m., :n the home of MrBernard Stevens, 6190 Montgomery dr. Mrs. Gerald il:s 'stalled the following: presi leni Mrs Stanley Tinier; vice ; Mrs. Sam S'einb<>rg, Mrs. William Warshaw, Mrs Geoi ge R set tie I Mrs. Irvin a Weiner. a;..l %  r... I '.: -.. %  • %  Corresponding iretary, Mrs. Joseph Traeger; recording secretary. Mrs. Irving P^rimart; membership dues secretary, Mrs. Henry Caro; financial secretary, Mrs. Sidney Stiller; and treasurer. Mrs. Manuel Lube!. Youth Group Will Elect Officers Organizational meeting of 'he post-Bar Mitzvah Boys Club oi Yehudah Moshe was held recently. i1 was announced by Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. After a breakfast sponsored by the Men's Ciub. the group went to Haulover Beach for swimming and game-. Next meeting will be Sunday. 10.30 a.m., in Popiel Hall, and will include election of officers and plans for summer activities. VIeyer Klotz i^ youth director, and will be assiste I >y Cantor Morris Berger. Gold listed in Roster Jack J. 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Page IOC vjenisf fkrMrtr Friday. May 19, iggj The World Reacts to the Adolf Eichmann Trial PARIS—(JTA>— Israels runt to try Adolf Eichmann was vigorously reaffrimed here at a meeting which was delayed for an emergency search by 50 policemen of the premises after receipt of letters warning that two time bombs had been placed in the building. The meeting proceeded after a thorough search of t h e building failed to produce any bombs, and after police were stationed in the area. Speakers included Alfred CoVe-Floret, former French prosecute r at the Nuremberg trials, and Raymond Schnnttlein. president of the Union for the New Republic Parliamentary group. The speakers praised Israel tor having brought the former Gestapo coli nel to trial. Schmittlein said it was not Eichmann but "the horrors of antiSemitism wherever it may exist" which was on trial in Jerusalem. He lauded Israel for having "dealt a mortal blow to racism throughout the world." He charged that Nasserism and th* Arab League were th "followers and successors" of the Hitler doctrines. Coste-Flbret discussed the contention of Dr. Servatius, Eichmann's chief defense counsel, that an Israeli court was not competent to judge Nazi criminals. The former prosecutor, who has made a thorough study of the Eichmann case from the legal point of view, said Israel was not only entitled to trj Eichmann but also had a moral right to do so. Jacques Soustelle, former Cabinet member and organizer ol the meeting, said the Eichmann trial was the prosecution of a particular ideology of racism, and asserted Egypt was the "last refuge" of racists and anti-Semites. He called on the western democracies to do their utmost to support Israel which he called an island of democracy and fair play in a troubled Middle East. Italy Acts to Prevent Incidents ROME— i JTA I—Italian Interior Minister Mario Scelba gave assurances recently that police authorities had been instructed to take special precautionary measures to prevent anti-Semitic incidents coinciding with the trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem. The assurance was given by the official to Dr. Sergio Piperno, president of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, and Renxo Levi, vice president, when the two Jewish leaders visited Mr. Scelba to invite him to attend the opening of the Union's Congress on Sunday. The Minister said an official representative of the Government would attend the opening session. The three men discussed the recent clashes between Jews and neoFascists in Rome, and it was during this conversation that the InSeabord Offers Reduced Fares terior Minister promised police would watch for anti-Sen developments. \ survey of the Italian press in dicated that all Italian newspapers ere giving a heavy and syn thetic coverage to the Eichn • rial The lone exception was official organ of the neo-Fascisi party, Secolo D'ltalia. which has not "printed a single line on the trial proceedings to date Swiss Dipiomat Refuses To Be Defense Witness VIENNA—(JTA)—A Swiss mat now serving In Austria, who managed to provide diplomati tection for 50.000 Hungarian Jews marked by Adolf Eichmann for the gas chambers, refused this week a defense counsel requesi pear as a witness for the Nazi in las trial in Jerusalem. The diplomat is Charles Luti, now Swiss Counsel General in Bregeni who served from 1939 to 1940 as Swiss Consul General in Jerusalem. When Eichmann came to Budapest in 1942, the Swiss official intervened for the 50,000 Jews, most of whom survived the Naxi holocaust and emigrated to other countries, including Israel. The diplomat later was invited to visit Israel where a street in Haifa now bears his name Hundreds of Hungarian Jews who survived the Nazi era because of the diplomat's intervention lined the streets when he visited Israel lerbolt," was culous" in terming the Eichil "a % %  > %  Propaganda hoax The Arkansas Governor said he hae first hand experiences with Nazi atrocities during World War II when he served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. 3Sth infantry Division. He said he could Personally testify that the Germans burned innocent victims to death. avoiding—wherever possible-^ h e words "Jews" and "anti-Semitism •> These terms did not appear above-cited Fravda reports. Neither did they appear in the Laccount of the trial on Apr u. \ % had earlier Radio Moscow mentaries. the recent published reports refer to the millions rf •people" from "various Eur countries" who were murder the orders of Eichmann thai the atrocities ol stands accused in ,ax" and that ewed the evi. imann crimes G rv%  • | the defenders il Eichmann in Arkansas -mis terate liars." Moscow Press Radio Give Scant Coverage NEW YORKJTA -Radio Li pty reported this week that Sonews media thus far devoted relatively little attention to the trial Of Adolf Eichmann in Israel. \ current issue ll Pravda did not mention the trial at all. An another Pravda merely published a Ta-> dispatch from Tel Aviv, reting the conference o( the Fighters Against Nazism, which had demanded that the •Eichmann trial must become a trial ol Nazism." Hal'..) 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All tare.are plus tax and nominal charge for reserved, reclining coach seat each way on Seaboard's Silver Streamliners In revealing these reductions, he stressed the growing popularity of package tours to such places as Williamsburg, Washington. Philadelphia. New York. New England and Canada, which combine hotel rates and sightseeing with rail transportation on Seaboard's Silver Meteor and Silver Star. "Another popular package arrangement," he said, "is the New York City Theatre Toor, which includes orchestra seats to top Broadway hit shows, hotel ac. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERL v ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Off ;e FR 3-5581 commodations, sightseeing and, of course, the trip each way on Seaboard's Silver Fleet. The Theatre Tour may be taken individually or as a member of a group." Twice-daily. Seaboard departures north and southbound give the vacationer a choice of two modern stainless steel streamliners. On board the Silver Meteor and Silver Star are spacious lounge accommodations for all passengers including a tavern-observation car eompUte with refreshments Sea board dining car prices follow the economy vacation trend, too. Three meals can cost as little as $4.40 ••One feature which contributes to pleasant traveling on the Silver Fleet, is Seaboard's Hospitality Hour each afternoon" Ficht said, "when all passengers are invited to the dining car for complimentary Florida orange juice and coffee." Another Seaboard ••exclusive"' is a registered nurse on the Silver Meteor and Silver Star—particularly appreciated by parents traveling with young children—as well as a passenger service agent to advise passengers on travel details. Coach attendants keep the cars clean and attractive during the entire trip. Bowling Execs at Confab Bowling ProprietorAssn. of Florida convention this year will be attended by Nat Kogan. president of the Bowling Proprietors Assn. of America. Earl Reed, vice president of American Bowling Congress, and Robert Lynch, field representative of American Bowling Congress, as well as Lou Frantz. regional vice president of the Bowling Proprietors Assn, of America, and Homer Klene, executive director of the National Bowling Council. TRAYM0RE P v?t Pool Bea: and Casana Colony HOTEL .MUW At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH Write For Information e Air-Condit'one J Roo — i # Private Beach and Pool Reeerva' %  >ns Parking o" Prerv set Cocktail Loung JE 1-033! Dining Roo< Entt-t s Dally PlPl ObU. lent German Workers Protest Appearance of Swastikas BONN— i. JTA —A rash i kas and insignia I the Nazi ?S Elite Guard, which i n numerous buildings the night before the trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann opened, in the Rhmelar.d industrial city. Wermelskichen. prompted a workers' protest march this week Thousands ot workers joined in the march organ i man Labi." F< The W melskichen inciden w< ol that kind since thi Two mas i -. one 25 ar I th 30, wen arrested >rl ifte merskicher polic a r o J :i %  bearing thr ugh w Inch I nsp ; e asked to help find the vandal? \ ithorities in B n ed as hoping the Rhineland town t a I runner of a countrywi le of such reactions to I trial. Police Guard Institutions RIO DE JANEIRO JTA Police in a number of Braz cities kept watch here in Jewish institutions and synagogu though no anti-Jewish incidents veloped from t h e trial Eichmann in Jerusale Jewish families in several (ities had received threatening leu warning of "reprisals" for the trial Entire Brazilian press gave bea I line coverage to the trial Some of the newspapers demanded the death penalty for the Nazi but others asserted that life impr ment would be more fittii Arkansas Governor Rebukes Publication LITTLE ROCK JTA Orval Faubus recentlj the National States which noi f N'azi Faubus s 'Ethics of Fathers' Class Rabbi Gerald • a class in %  ] %  al %  murnt* %  -nter for th • I pen id M follow tl refre fterhood, will precede at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. 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Friday. May 19. 1961 Jenlsti fhrldtor) Page 11-C IMMIUM : GEMS OF WISDOM As God permeates the universe. ; so the law has found its u'jv among all mankind. JOSEPH US • • Scripture! li\cns tht Torch to : :hc desH+i, '<• fiti and it w'dtei for Ii^t these thru u u free to ill. MIKII r.v • The Holy One < lh( lorah ; to ail nations, and nont but I accepted it. RAFRI JOHANAN. When God creati th< uti Id H< stipulated If Israel accepts Mu'ell 'and good not I. %  .... ; u turn. ; \\ MUD. This boo!{ 0/ shi ii : .-.;•• out I I th> Bl( ;.: : : but thoi ...;: -nt ditat< therein .... % %  .. id Bl I Torah abide* ifith hun uhi sac fices all for it. At Sinai, t : i d was th< c 00m • a;:;•( .\ -; rv aiioncy to monitor the procedures of private corporate enterprises, as well as lhos of the administrative branch 1.; government Unfortunate!}. th< practices ol price-fixing, rebates, and the flagranl violation of antitrust regulations by the executive personnel <; large corporations, many of which enjoj huge governI menl contracts, only mirror the prevailing men.; climate which pervades ever) aspeel ol our cuiiure. "The fast buck" i.the meas c r v 1 c c s J Ix i s L U c c ,{• c n 7 Information to be included in the Religious Services colurr,rmust be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not lete' than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time wi their lateness. be returned as proof ct Continued from Page 1-C ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Thureaa} 7:15 a.m Bar Mltzvah: Chai le*. son ol Mr. and Mi n .\ Braha Krlda> 8:1.1 |i.m Baa Mltzvah: Carol, daughter of Mr and .Mrs Seymour Vlumi n Saturday s:i", p.m. Bar Mltzvah Albert Roodman, son of Mr. and Mrs held man; Stewart, iion ot Mi .in Mr* Charlea Bodzln. Sunday 8:30 a.m Bar Mltzvah: Alan, non %  if Mr. and Mi.ii\ rig Barkoff, Monday 10:3 a.m. zki r CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassteld. l-"rlda> I I 1 ] Satui day *:30 a.m. .mil 7:80 |i.m Snnda.x B:3ti a m, Sermon: "Shavuot, 1 hi Birthday o1 \~ %  1.id .is .v Nat on." Monda) y .' %  % %  .i m. %  on; "rii. Importance 01 Torah In Jew isli 1.if> ." Tiz ifr, lu a.m, 1 CAUDUUGHJING WM 4 Sivan — 6:47 p.m. BlimnriiBiiiltim!'iilT:iir:iriiiiiiii!iHiiii da> II 11 Bar Mltzvah: Jed, i-->n nf Mi and Mrs, Mori Zimmerman. 1 onl rmatlon service Saturday %  SO p.m .-" m I j 10 r. .1 in Shavuot svi-vi. ..ml V i I TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 168O0 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ha ry L. Lawrence. RABBI SAMUIL JAFFl radically undermined sure of success, and the enlargement of one's self-image is contingent on the degree tf bis circumvention of the established law. We are living at a time when all our moral values are in a state of flux. That which was once considered sacred and inviolate and which functioned as the touchstone of our social and spiritual outlook, has been radically undermined Integrity and honesty, the human virtues which constitute the true measure of man. and the basis of his relationship with his fellow, are being challenged. It must be understood that the unethical practices recently revealed are but the latest manifestation of the transformation which has been taking place for seme time now in the realm oi morality. 1 do not be lieve that the appointment of an olficial watchdog will eliminate these excesses, nor resolve our present moral crisis. Perhaps such a program will achieve salutary results in the areas which are currently under fire and for those who have been censured for gross malpractice. But in the final analysis, with our moral posture being what it is. such monitoring of ethical practices does not strike at the heart ot our decadence. Our ethical ambivalence has conditioned men to utilize their astuteness and ingenuity in discovering new loopholes by which to circumvent the law and to employ devious methods to achieve their desired ends. The conditions in our society which prompt such a debilitating attitude, only poim to the degeneration of our moral librc. Modern man has created a dichotomy between morality and law. The Book c! Levictus, which we conclude this Sabbath, weds morality to legislation £~ri projects the basis of a positive moral climate in society It underscores the fact that legislation is predicated on moral commitment. "Y< Shall be Holy" is the admonition which climaxes the remarkable ethic:.) legislation in Chapter 19. Judaism gives human values a Go l-orientation. Our sages were convinced that ethical legislation may require th discipline oi earthbound institutions, but that they must be rooted ir the gossamer stuff of the heavens. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Kiii ;i> v ." |i. 1: Sermon: "Sha\ 1 I Season of Giving and Receiving:." Sat tirday 9 a m. Bar Mltzvah: Arnold, .% %  ii of Mr ..in': Mrs. Charles Baum Shavuot s,^\i,-, begins Saturday 6:43 p.m. biindaj 8 a.m. Sermon: "(if sins \, u and Slnal." Monday 9 a.m, Ylzkor I service. Sermon: "Beyond Death, Martyrdom — f/rom Bgypt to Elch111:1 nn." TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Wzthlng. ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. TEMPLE iSRMLt. '37 HE 19th it. Reform. Rabo 1 Joseph R. Narat. Cantor Jacob Bornitein. Krldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: '"Price Klxliifr, Democracy and Morality In Fertiliiers and Criemicals The country has had a favorable lainy season. The farmers hoped 'hat the rain would continue to fall I • whole of the winter But every tiller of the soil knows that this heavenly gift is not sufficient. Much preparatory work is involved to guarantee large yields. First 1 all, the vitality of the soil must b replenished, and it must be well manured. The Fertilizers and Chemicals [ Company near Haifa assists Israeli [farmers by its production of all [kinds of chemical fertilizers that Jare needed in modern farming. I Fifteen main products of an annual | 8:30 y in. saturda> !* a.m and !i 30 p 111 Si rmon: "Ethics of Fathers." Shavuot service begins Satur>]> 6 : p.m Sunday 9 a.m, Monila) %  • ;i in. Ylzkor 10:30 a.m T. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 180" E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Levine. • — HEBREW ACADEMY, p-.g 6th st. Orthodox, Rabtv A.exander Gross. Him cu pc•r^lD^^ IC-HH C^N. GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st.. Hialeah. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201 Jo h nrn st Cc-ise-vative. Rabbi Dav d Shapiro. Carter Yehudah Heiibraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. CciservM ive. Rabbi Morton Maiavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Saturday 6:15 p.m, Sunday R:30 a.m. Sermon: "Our Legacy." Monda> R:3" i.m. Ylzkor, 10 a ni. Sermon: "Perletuating Our Inheritance." KNESETH ISRAEL. 1*15 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. %  Viii.-iy ii:i". p.m. Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. .>I service Saturday 6:46 p.m. Sunday v •" a : Sermon: "SegreBalon I'nder Talmudlc Law." Monday 10 .i.Mi Sermon: "Can Civilization -•u:\iv. without Observing the Torih?" Ylzkor si rvlee OHEV SHALOM. P11 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman i' Iday 6:1" p.m. Fatfrdaj v r. B m nj 8:4,-1 a.m. Mondaj s 13 a.m. ~.i-iii..ii "Recel\ ns and Transmittins Ylzkor, lo:30 a m = OUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8tr t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. ••i!.,. S;i: p.m Mrs Albert Rom-!. in. Sisterhood president, will speak •ii "Role of the MS;. -ill i in HiPromotion of the Torah." Ones Shah'..-i! ii..-1 Mrs Henrietta Waldman in honor of Si.-i, rh I. Saturdaj H I." i.m. Shavuot aervlci Saturday 7 p.m. 4undaj 9 i in Si rmon: "The world is in Need of Conseoratlon." Consecra:,ii service ..f students of religious lehool, Mondaj S a m Ylzkor, TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320 MC 17'st St. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. KTiday y p.m .-• -lee m be dedla ted to newly-elected officers represented by Marshal Comla, president, mi Herb Salzman, chairman of the loard. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., S. Miami. ReTorm Raobl Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. rFMBLE B'TH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. PYIday B p.m. Saturdaj I a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. Conflrmai i Certify." Graduates will conduct' tiie service and their parents will present the floral offering. Brotherhood will present awards to Carole Goldberg ii.i Robert Shubow, Saturday f<<:30 a.m. Bas Mltzvah: Judy, daughter i Mr. and -Mrs F*rank Toback. Shavuot se'vlce begins Saturday 7:30 p.m. Sunday %  • a.m. Ylzkor, n a.m. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75tb at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. owit2. Cantor Edward Klein. Fridaj S:13 p.m. Sermon: "Life in a Desert." Installation "f Men's Club officers ami board of directors, s-.t., in s. rmon "The Portion • %  : the i.aw Bar Mltzvah: Barry, -.11 ol Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kernel i Richard, son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Turbln Shavuot service Saturday %  n Sunday 8 i". a.m, Conflrmaii. n exi i Isi 10 SO a in Monday : 16 Ylzkor. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Simii'l Gombera. I. in Rabbi Eugene La % %  •v Itz >v ill revli u "The Rise and I ill i.f ih. Third Reich," by William Shirer Members of the volunteer i-hnir will b< honored Saturdaj Shavuot service 6:30 p.m. Sunday 15 a.m. Mondaj 8:43 a.m Yizkoi lo:30 a.m • TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 16th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. > v]-, p.ni Consecration of i.-.-nflrmands Saturdaj n a.m. Sunday H ni Shavuot and conflrmat m ~. vlc< TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 651 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabal Leo Heim. FYldav v :i". p.m. Sermon 'Shavuot \ Lesson in Simplicity." Ones Bhah bat hosts: Mr. and and Mrs. .lark F*eldman In honor of their wedding annlversarv. Saturday %  a.m. > in..n. "Weekly Portion ( the 1-aM Shavuot service begins Saturday 6t30 n in Sunday 9 am. and 6:3 I pjn. ,i "Torah—A Way ot Life or ; Way of Living?" Monday 9 a.m. Ylzkor, 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "WI a Hi, Dead are Conaldered \ii\• TEMPLE ZAMOR*. 44 Zamon ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday vi .. Sermon: "Portion of the week." Sha vuot service begins Saturday 6tls p.m. Sundaj 8:4Ti a m Monday '-t : B m Ylzkor, 10:80 a m. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th It. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Frlrlai 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Illusion .•,,,,1 Reality." Has Mltzvah: .in.in'i daught. i of Mr. and Mrs B pn* sni. w,.nil Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mltzvah Robert, son ..f Mr, and Mis. Samuel Lazer; Stanley, Bon • %  Mrs. Mamie L ingbeln. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. |. idoj v ;;n pin. Sermon: 'Musi vja Remain in the Wilderness?" "i"-u Sha boat boat: Mrs. Ann Harris in honor of birthday of Mrs. Sarah Levin h. r mother. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "If You Walk in the Wafv* of Torah Saturday 8:30 p.m. sermon: "Weeka and Weakneeaes." Sun(l.,\ '• a ni Sermon: "Strength fr-Mn Slnal Sunday 7tS0 p.m. Confli lion s.Tvi.-e. Monday 9 a.m. Yizki'.r. ii ., m e-ermon: "Finding the Sovla of i >nr Departed." e YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger. — • — FYlday 8:13 p.m Guest speaker, Ric,hard Gerateln, will talk on "Faith in a Changing Time." Oneg Shabbat In h..in r of ORT, represented h> Mrs. Gerald Freed, president. YOUNG ISRAEL. 90 NE 171tt et OrthoCi. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.



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Page 12-C *Jeist< fkridH&n Friday. May 13, igg Report Banking Firms Dropping Bars to Jews NEW YORK — (JTAi — Major banking firms in the United States are beginning to show a willingness tt grant equal opportunity to Jews seeking an executive career in banking, according to a study disclosed at the 54th annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee. Delegates also were told by Dr. John Slawson, executive vice presiI dent, that despite "the prophecies of doom that have come out of Israel and elsewhere. Judaism in America will survive and flourish." The two-year survey in Philadelphia of employment practices in major banks found that barriers against Jews persisted but that 'the door is no longer firmly shut." The study was the pilot project of iurveys of major banks throughout the United States. The survey showed that in Philadelphia, Jews comprise 25 percent of the college graduates. In contrast, only slightly more than one-half of the one percent cf the officers at the six largest tanks were Jewish. Four of these six banks had no Jewish officers at all despite the fact that most bank officers are drawn from the ranks of college graduates. The American Jewish Committee know there is another duct of the fear of competition.j named its first Jewish member The bankers stressed that they con-; to the board and two others have sider this a minor problem which hired their first Jewish executive can be corrected. "It should be trainees %  • noted, however.'" the survey I and permit Jews to select those orI ganizaliens that express their, I American-Jewish interests and that j represent their particular points of: | view and serve as channels to do i things the way each group would! like to have them done: that we! not stultify by superimposing over-, all umbrellas; that collaboration : Dr slawson emphasized 'hat t he lake place on a voluntary basis or e ection of p rtsJ ,| ent ; nne(1 I independent autonomous entities. .. markcd America's entr -ito a that we do not create out oi Jews post .p rot estant era, dwt'inguished. in America a separate enclave "one by industrial urbanism and ly relj. 1 voice.' "one spokesman gious racial and ethnic p ,. (i;sm ., Pointing out that America is ofHe said that with respect to the ten being spoken of as a tri-faith new Administration, tv. things jcoun'.ry. Slawson said: "As a Jewmust be kept in miEd: the enter, ish group we put lorth our claim genee of reactionary grou as a for recognition and acceptance as protest to a liberal admin ration, one of the three great religions in such as the John Bjrch Society, America. We have assumed all of and that pluralism calls for JII inthe accounterments of a religious crease in intergrour. contacts -and group in American s leiety. Yet may therefore result in in ergroup often we are uncomfortable in this conflicts due to difference.! in perattire. Is that not because we ceptions and values." ASK FOR MOST ANYTHING UNDER THE SUN OR MOON ^BROWN'S report commented, "that the hiring arranged a series of interviews | with bank olficiaN. college and un versity placement staffs, and others idated to the general field. Meetings were held with ranking officers among the six major banks and a number of smaller banks. Some of the bankers interviewed acknowledged that even on lower of new personnel often takes place at this level.*' Despite the existence of a num ber of -negative stereotypes'' about j Jews among bankers, the interj vierwers were concerned "that op-j portunities exist for Jews in bank-! ing." In this connection, the re1 and middle levels of banking some %  port points out: "It is interesting L For a wonderful Vacation Adventure In the cool and scenic Blue Ridge Mountains Altitude 2,500 ft. /ec rCubin s OSCEOLA LAKE INN On Beautiful Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N.C. Finest Jewish-American Cuisina • Little Chiefs Children's Day Camp • • Filtered swimming pool and wad>ng pool Band—Dancing Entertainment nightly • Golf (special rates) AM sports • Moderate rates—reduced in June and Sept. • Write for free brochure — Stu Rubin 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 The president of the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia, Karl R. Bopp, in an introduction to the study, declared that the country's future economic growth and security requires utilization of the talents and energies of "all our people, irrespective of race, religion, or ethnic origin." Mr. Bopp noted that "prejudice and outmoded attitudes with regard to members of the Jewish faith still exist" and that "tnis remains a disturbing problem." He added: "What is encouraging is that bankers are aware of it and are addressing themselves to it." Dr. Slawson in his address at the opening session urged the prevention of the formation of contralism in Jewish community life, whether international, national or local. 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Friday. May 19, 1961 9>. I^winti Flmrirf/faun Page 13-C Study JWB Body Will Launch Of Programs „...,..,. ... NEW YORK— (JTA)—The National .Jewish Welfare Board has created a committee on reappraisal and r^ irir >i"g charged with responsibility tor undertaking an immediite objective reappraisal of JWB'S program, organizational structure community r lationship, it was unced here by Solomon Litt, president'. man o£. the committee is .-jtern. a JWB vice president, i. well as vice president of the ncil of Jewish Federations and iVelfare Funds, [t is expected that the committee's Cincings will be read;, early in L362 and will be acted on at JWB'S 1962 national convention in Miami Beach. In authorizing [he study. JWB's executive committee was motivated by the need to re-examine the way ia which J'A3 carries out its [unctions and services in the light i>! it; commitments in major areas of service. Colemcm Opens Beach Headqfrs. For Council Race Attorney Renrj E C< leman is a candidate for Miami Beach City Council. His headquarters are at 1352 I BfUigs e ii u rn HENRY CCLtMAN Insurance Execs Attend Confab Fred A. Sandier a-d Ivan B. Fisher, leading representatives of the staff of Metropolitan Life Insurance CompanyBiscayne district its three i office at 3200 S\V 3 ave., Miami, Coleman, running for one of lour seats up for election on June 6, stated he will stage "a two-fisted Campaign in the interest of increased tounsin for the Beach." "We must bring back the treespending tourist to Miami Beach, or it's goodbye, Miami Beach," declared the can !i late at the opening ceremonies of his campaign here. Col?msn is pledged "to fight for the extension of state • contioiied, (tale-supervised legalized gambling for Miami B?sch." He said he is tr.e first council cant'idatp in th? history c' Miami Beach to make I at the chief plank in a platform fur office. The can • dared himseli "em] separate county f< i Miami Be K h." other planks in h:s p atform are "an ag i essivt ;a uration tourist and i .ram; bigger and better planned special events the year round, including an enlarged program for teen-age visitors here in the summer months; Moise Israel, wife, Laura, and 8-year-old daughter, Clara, are first family of Jews from the Congo to migrate to the United States with the assistance of United Hias Service. A former aeneral store owner in Elisabethville, the Israels are resettling in Seattle, Wash. "The right to live belonas to every human being, not as a member of an ethnic or religious group, but as an individual." Far-reaching changes at home and efcroad that have been paralleled by equally significant changes in JWB's fields of work "mal-.e it imperative for JWB to look closely at itself and the Wfiy it is meeting its commitments," the at arge to the Committee on Reappraisal and Planning pointed out. The charge explains that "the executive committee desires to assure the fact that JWB is achieving it> purposes effectively, efficiently and economically." and "wishes to he certain that the organization is meeting its responsibilities to the maximum."_ To accomplish these objectives, 'JWB's executive com-J mittet is asking the committtee on j reappraisal and planning to find I the answers to. these basic questions:. 1. What should be JWB's proattended a four-day conference expansion of golf and other tourist St VenSOIl Will Be Speaker with President Cecil J. North and recreation facilities; preservation other officers of the company at ; of our remaining beaches for all of By Special Report The Breakers in Palm Beach re-j t h e people: planned rezoning to „„.„„„ „ r<-. cently. | serve the best interests of our com-: NEW !" Rk-Adlai E. Stevenson, Last year, both men placed more munity: a comprehensive courtesy I United Mates Ambassador to the i establishment of the Stevenson than $1,000,000 in individual life program, led by a Miami Beach United Nations, will deliver an adFund of the Seminary's Herbert H. insurance to rank among the top, citizens voluntary Courtesy Corps; | dress at a dinner in his honor at Lehman Institute of Ethics^Din200 of almost 30.000 Metropolitan; rebirth of a true civic pride and field representatives in the United I spirit in Miami Beach." the Jewish Museum of the Jewish Theological Seminary on May 23. Occasion for the dinner is the States and Canada. For Sandier, | Coleman, an attorney for 16 ber of Commerce, Civic League. it was the second time that his an nual sales have passed the million mark. Sandler's home is at 2720 SW 2 ave., and Fisher lives at 8840 SW 61st ct. years, is married and resides at. Miami Beach Elks and Knights of Surf side Society In Final Concert Final concert or tne 1960-61 sea| son of the Surfside Music Society was held here recently in the Malayan Lounge of the Singagrani in the lS60's? 2. How should pore hotel. JWB "be or'ganuel to provide the services this program requires? j The program, w h c h featured 3 What can and should be done ; members of the Society, inphlded t i str< ngthen and streamline JWB's lay structure? understanding proved? 4. How can public of JWB be imSusan Brinegar, soprano; Alex Del lerson, baritone; Estelle Hoberman, interpretive dancer; Rose Dellcrson, soprano; and Rosaline White, pianist. In June, an outdoor party is planned by the Society in the patio of the Singapore, with a Hawaiian dance team entertaining. Metropolitan Names Morales Etiuardo Morales was unanimous ly named president of the Metropolitan Bank of Miami by the organization's board of directors, j A. J. Harris, board chairman, has B'nai B'nth Bowling League will hold a dinner party on Saturday Bowling League Schedules Dinner Pythias. Miami Beach and Biscayne Democratic Clubs, and Zion; ist Organization of America. 4415 Post ave. He is a member of the Florida and Miami Beach Bar Assns. He is a former senior vice commander of the Jewish War Veterans and is judge advocate of i He is a decorated war veteran. Miami Beach American Legion' and served as lieutenant in the Post 85. He is affiliated with MiArmy Air Force during World War ami Beach Taxpayers' Assn., ChamII. ner guests will be the 60 community leaders who will serve as trustees of the Sl.500.000 Stevenson Fund, which they have undertaken to raise. Samuel Daroff, of Philadelphia, is chairman of the dinner committeee. The Herbert H. Lehrman Institute of Ethics was established in 195S. Its program is the study of the ethical and moral teachings of the Talmud. < announced. •-;.' %  .lotning Metro politajn in mi58 as sen joi \ice; president les was ij iharge of thi i' a n k's Inrerna 11 ona 1 Depart nient until hif new appointment Placing specla I emphasis oi • at in American banking fcrvices. Morales he is widely known and regarded in crnational financial circleMorales came to Miami in 1945 lo organize the Pan American Bank of Miami. l!j remained with Pan American as a senior officer until B short time after control of the bank changed hands. In early 1957. he joined the Mercantile Nal Bank as chief executive officer. One year later, Because of a dosire to work with a downtown Mii ami bank, where he fell he could make maximum use of his experience in Latin American banking, he joined Metropolitan. Morales and his wife, Ana. r< sid at 2355 S. Miami ave. They hv two sons, both in the mortgage nancing field. evening in the Deauville hotel's Casanova room. According to Dr. Stan Cooke, some 25 persons are expected to attend. Following dinner, the group will see t h e Casanova room's Barry \shton production, "Playmates of Paris." •. NEW YORK CITY for important business and leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE • or "round'tlie'clodl entertairtmerxt and citywidt convenience HOTEL WOODSTOCK Alhest Fcrnadez. General Mgr. .. | accommodation! Coi ';• il I ounge & Re I 129 WEST 43 ST for full color bro-h iin 0 l • Jo' h'-< 10 '3 0 To Miamians — Who Are Specialists in THE ART OF RELAXATION ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the Finest Northern Resort IN THE INTERESTING PENNDUiCH MOUNTAINlANDS Only 2 Jet Miles from Miami Galen's Limousine Service from Phila. Intl. Airport m Go Galen for the truly memorable holiday you so richly deserve Ail the requisites for luxurious vacationing are here Superb accommodations Continental cuisine, sumptuous service Interesting sports programs Private champion* ship 18 hole golf course; (Free to weekly guests) Sunbathing ai Forest Glades Pool Bowling and tennis Sophisticated social events Nightly entei ment and dancing (2 orchestras world-famed CANAY for Latin rhythms; Wes Fisher for American Swing) in the --mart supper-club eleganc of the Colonnades Ballroom. Summer stock theatre See your travel agent ... Or write for Booklet. GALEN HALL Hotel and Country Club WERNERSViLLE, PENNA. Ph: Reading, ORchard 8-8011 DANIEI Bi R \i>. I >u \e Ma id The SHOW PIACE of VACATiONLAND i^^fc*;;*?f :== *,*_W .1 i %  i l %  • J ...~X.*. M .-~ALi..U-. > .-• ^ Galen's Galaxy of STARS %  Phil Foster -^C Harvey Stone -* Bea Kraft Dancers -# Larry Sto.-ch -* Sally Blaire •^t Los Ct.evalos D E p.i'i.i Many othat TV and P: ige r-'eadliners



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Pcge 14-C fjewlstfkrkftar Friday. May 19 1951 Israel Tourist Trends Viewed for Future By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON JTA) The \ear 1965 will see an Israel which 240,000 tooristi will Biblical sites by helicopter an I ipeod an estimated S56.000.000 acording to a forecast bj a r *rd States Government tourism research team. The expert-, dispatched to I*by the International Cooperation Administration, pre:. p r^e from this year's estimated 110.000 tourists Israeli tourism has become big buaii Only 3.700 tourists visited Israel in 1948. For 1961 and 1962. the impact Ol the movie "Exodus" is expected to offer a substantial boost. 1961 is also the i3 h anniversary of Bar Mitzvah year, of Israel. The year 1963 will mark the 15th anniversary of the State. Less increase is predicted for 1964. the year of the WorldFair in New York. By 1965. however. Israel uiirbe firmly established among the world's most important tourist nation-, attracting non-Jews n~ well as Jews. But Israel will have to offer improved facilities and prices competitive with other modern tourist countries. According to the> I.C.A. report, "Israel is entering the major arena of world towrism" and must "upgrade standards" to foster good will and reap economic benefit*. Urging a Knesset subcommittee to promote tourism, the IS. experts made sweeping recomi laudations. They voiced concern "that relatively few ol the new tourist facilities seemed bold >r imaginative in concept, particularly adopted to the land the exception ol BtUI ••1 e new Holyland Hotel in Jerusm the new Lydda Airport H % %  tel and perhaps the propos new Dan Hotel in Haifa 'To compel risi Israel needs hotel, rn % %  and restaurants, and l i tractions that are and unique to Israel thai i and raise the spirit perl They reported "the beach troni ol Tel Aviv, which should be one of Israel's major tourist attrac is in Usti The entire area between the Dan I and the new Sheraton Tel Aviv ioccupied by rubbie and dilapidated buildings efl ts needed to improve the condition of the water I >r bathing." It was suggested that Palm Springs, Caiif.. be studied "for ideas that could be applied to Beersheba's resort development." According to the survey, "Beersheba may well have the greatest long range potential of all of Israel's resort areas ... an all-year healthful dry desert climate." The experts urged that "Top grade hotels set leadership and establish quality standards which will attract touristto Israel with their worldwide advertising, prestige and reservationsystem." The present shortage of hotel rooms in Tel Aviv was termed "accute Required at once were 1.000 additional rooms. Improvement of service in existing hotels was recommended. The team reported that "many visitors complained that although they hal a confirmed reservation. •hey still encountered considerable confusion and delay at the hotel office The need for -courteous reception and gracious treatment of visitors" by hotel personnel was stressed. A recommmendation was made that at least 12 young Israelis be sen! annually on scholarships t > a hotel training school in Lausanne. Switzerland. They would return to assume executive positions in Israeli hotels and instruct other-. According to the U.S. findings, "the accute shortage of accommodations in key fouris* centers is a severe limitation on the continuing growth of Israel tourism. Many potential visitors are not coming to Israel because of their inability to get suitable places to slay; others who do come are unhappy with the accommodations they receive additional accommodations to relieve the current shortages and to provide for the expected ar.d potential growth within the next two or three years are an immediate and urgent need." personalized service at the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except ros/i hashono and yom kippur The team decided that hotel facilities, though needed in increased number in the Tel Aviv municipal area, should be spr.-ji throughout the country. Hotels were envisaged for the Ne Ashkelon, the Galilee area. 11 I elsewhere. This would result a longer isit and greater d ot experience. Use of huge helicopters to transport tourists to the Dead Massada, and other locations was envisaged. Tourists could flj way and nutor the other The team "heard criticisms to the effect that guides indulge in too much propaganda for the I State. While the team Itsi • not experience this, the m was mentioned often enough tourists and agents to %  irrat word of caution." Israel was found rated" with domestic 'ravel H itl nse .uent low : I : I i ; '. ; %  :: %  %  irged ••:.• -. parti< n the Tel Avrt ir The team recommended greater emphasis on tourism from Eurooe and Latin America. A strong recommendation was made for a reduction in air fares between European points and Israel. Ac rding to I J team, 'the ap[icts if interests be• Government's efirism on the : .; %  %  i foster the na, r iers on the Id ..• resolved. The nd cor.si ible evidence •ff .rtof ls> ;?a carriers. El Al an I Zim i strengthen their irk •• --•: II lias %  •' times dls> jssive promoiel '".her i irri rs vec : ; team decided %  •_• • %  : tourism be -arlj top level. _,> where these jectives internate interests %  ; should b' nel %  r it g study lauded the achievements the last five years in devel tourism A potentiality for %  greater growth was stressed LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION PJ* TAX DEED File No. 52-64 Notice l hen '• v. .-> %  •-•• %  ; holdel is • M iml Tax Sah > .. r I 109 lated 'I -• %  \ >'..-' v li '• %  I %  m for tax %  '.••• I i : %  ,• with !%  ~ i • •:.. i-ty, .tuate I In I F la, tn-wli llocd I, t.< *s E the City of Mia I %  • .State •• PI ril.i ni •. • • ...... • vp I'nless tax :-'I -.. : Mil \ %  i • I' IEA HERM V N • • • %  I I R M • I Wieder Eyes 'Soiid Growth' Veider is on the itj n il tl %  in the Jin In a s here. W'ie ler sa "it is our intention to i on a platform ot sol >vrh We ire going to work for a better Miami Beach by implemi gram oi aggressive ; :•• i* 1 secure a greater tourist flow our city V >u might say l .*" ning on the "no vacancy' ticket We woul like to see ail t h e apartments, ar.d stores filled I overflowing, Wieder has lived on Miami Beach since 1939. when he moved from New York. After 21 years with the City of Miami Beach, he retired as a detective from the Police Force. Since graduating from the University jf Miami law school In 1951, his ofl past 1 years .... %  %  ; : .. > live at 1777 a %  % %  in long back• t\ ice, a Iministra • %  ilit) me to rui %  n." N THe C RCUIT COU E E '. E N T H .. 3 C • FLOB DA :N AND ." r COUNTY IN CHAM \3 61C t H A XSEX M .. • %  NOTICE BY =^B'_ : HER : %  tint %  i %  • : -'••• %  • tnswei Pan Am Bank Appoints Two T. J. Bomar. president and chairman of Pan American Bank, announces that Maurice K. Lewis, jr., vice president, and John H. Peacock, vice president, have been appointed to working committees of the Florida Bankers Assn. Lewis is a member of the competitive practices committee of the Public Relations Division. Mr. Peacock has been named to the installment lending committee of the Credit Division. Both will attend organizational meetings to be held in Orlando on Apr. 7 and 14 l ... .MAN 1111 v • do %  : %  '• Clerk of i • _. lay of 3 • %  r default wit %  %  • m I>.\ y of Ani it Mian :. I %  id* i "ounty, I E. U LEATHERMAN "! Clr i i Court, I'."ICoui -. i B> K M. I.YMAN. 1 1 .-, ity Clerk Mil. P >N \ FRIEDMAN \;rn) : %  Plaintiff %  .-v Build Miami 12 i rlda ( g LEGAL NOTICE NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N ITICB IS HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring to • i %  •• h mlnem under the fictitious i ONE THOUSAND BUILDING H N Krome Ave., Homestead Int i rexlstei said name with the C A the Circuit Court of Dads i Florida IRVING PESKi IE BEATRICE M. PESKOE :. %  %  law Offices Relocated Marwin S. Cassel announces the relocation of his offices for the general practice of law to the Reibel-Shanbrum bldg., 1048 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Islands. Morris M. Winer has joined Lubell Advertising, Inc., New York, as executive vice president and account supervisor. Formerly with Co-Ordinated Marketing Agency for over six years, Lubell will add his experience to a hard-working organization which has made its mark in many fields of promotions. Lubell Advertising is now formulating a new. strong consumer-merchandising program. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVI S the t.r lersigned, leslrlng t businesi under the flctitin ,c.\T. i MACHINE WORKS i| N \v North River Drh v ; I'l. rlda ntenJs !• %  register saw with • Clerk ..r the Cl of D le i 'ounty, Ploi Id i S1EGPRIEI MASi'HK iWSB Solo Proprletoi .,,,,• WELt.ISCH, DOUGHERTY %  Attorneys for Siegfried M NOTICE UNDE FICTITIOUS NAMEL", NOTICE IS HEREBY %  •'' %  of Florida) ALFONSO RAM"* SIRA PRADO OSCAR OCTAVIO LOPBZ-CAI.UBJA rX M1KRAY Z. KL.RIN Attorney for Applicants 415 Key bold Bldg. 5/ i 2 -19-26,0 J



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[Fxiday. May 19. 1961 +Jml$t> fkrid/far? LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl PICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai 11, undersigned, desiring %  • li i % % %  Iness under the Hctitioua nanv A A ALLSTATE ai d A A. ALLBTATES at 811 N.E. "9th Street. Miami, Florida Intends to ret -•• %  paid i • with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol 'ade i '< >uni y, I %  — k'ASTKRN VAN MNKs INC. K( VNEK& MAN'tHI'IMKR Attorney! for Easti i n V"i n Line* :•, I/2S.: NOTICE BY PUBLIC ft""".r^ !N "HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D/ DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 1813 M WARD 1. MORAN, uiff. vs. JOANNE M FREELAND MORAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOANNE M. FREELAND MORAN :'•;!Mi rchanI Street I a-re. Vermont Ymi are hereby notified that a Rill ol Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are reiiuired to serve a copy of your Anawer HI Pleading to the 1(111 of Complaint OH the plaintiff's Attorneys, RICHMONK & FARBER, 1 Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida and lile the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of .lune, 1961. If you fall to do so. judgm< nt by default will be taken ana int you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks ir: THK JKWISH FM.ORIDI AN. DONE AND ORHKREH at Miami, f I jrida. this 9th day of May, AD 1961. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, l>a.ide County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the tame will be barred. GEORGE LUCAS, a/k/a GEORGE LUKOS, Executor Goodman, Goldstein *.Pacslev attorneys W. Hagler Street Miami, Florida 5 5-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 52684 N RE Kst.it. of •i'.c.KN POULS1 N '•fax Paulsen i eceasei NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cr< Itors an ; • R Havg or Deman gains! Said •..:. 1 .. PI hereby notifii present any cla i ande %  • %  ..•'. may hav< '. %  iii f (•:• ,Ti rgii !'• ulsi n a I i • n di •• used la te of Dadi : i rlda, to the Ci unty J idgi i I %  i mty, and flit I h< -. mi ifl • In th< • %  n Dade Count; thin %  • from the r thi hi I, or thi baired L'RA INGEBi IRQ AHRENS triS RVIN 1 WIENER : !xec itrlx A ni • %  Bulldll Miami 82 Florida %  >.-'" IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COcRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51997-A IN RF1: Fstate of SHIRLEY SHELBY SUM I teceasad, NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  \.\ i reditora and All Persons Having 'laimi or D n an Aga n I Said ,•• %  • You .; %  hen by ni I fied and n %  ed to present any claims and .1. whi.-h you may havi against thi • • H1RLEY .'..... te i Dadi F tj J II • i ty, and file th< i %  • i • %  %  %  ly, Florida, wil dai months from thi ati of th< •' liereol sami wil i : I -I iby •>:-. ,.'i' K. HECK1 Atto • %  < .: Ptillding Miami 32, Fl. .' %  "-12-19 DAmw Page 15-C I : LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT. -,.TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T. DADE COUNTY. FLA. .. ION %  Defm NOTICE BY FL-'ELICAT'CN YOI .. i BE, H .v Mai .!.• %  %  %  Frai tlfied t si n e a I %  • > .iii• %  %  • %  I Inlntlff P NICHl iLAS, 1218 NW T St.. file oilgiri "ii oi %  %  Maj otherwise com \ 0U. 1 ATI K %  HERM \N Clerk iseal) M > IVALARIS, i erk •i. 21-28, r. s-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52681-A IN RF: Estate of ALV1N FORMAN KNOWLES 1 lece&sed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti All Cred tors and AH Persi na Having Claims <>r Demands Against Salt Estate: You ai. h< r. i notlfiei am n ed to pr. >. nt any claims and which i mas havi against li tat. of ALA/IN FORMAN KNOWLES • :• c.'-...I late i I"adi County to th. Ci untj Judges of 1 >ad • %  i tin.ofl ei In thi %  %  %  C. rthcus. n .:.:> I. %  Ida ll • calendai months fr m ; h. dat< o1 I • bllcal n hereof, oi • • -. i %  ...; i %  : a • % %  A1NSLEE R FERP1 I Aci'. nlstrati r UNSLEE R Fl Rl Ittoi :.• J 17S2 W< -:!-.-• Street y. ami 35, Floi % %  : i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeisigm-d, desiring to ngage In business und.-i the fictitious name i : TRUITT'S MARKET at 10686 N.E. 6th Avenue. Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ERNEST A. TRL'ITT EDWARD H. TERRY Attorney for Buyer 3/12-19-26,6/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 61C 4664 GUELPH P. ELB1NG. Plaintiff, VS. DORIS PATRICIA ELB1NG, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T(>: DORIS PATRICIA ELBING SOla -11 st Street Jacl hts. Long Island, Ni w Yoi k YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFII -. i ve %  : eo] y ol your answei ti thi complain! foi divorce filei i • i on Plaintiffs attoi n<. FAUNCE FINK fc FORMAN, 1502 Congress %  : :. F'lorlda then I a Ih the '!erk of the %  • i rt on or bel the 12th daj a Decree Pi fi will e enten DATED • .Itl %  • %  HERMAN Cl< i %  Circuit urt D "ounty Fl (si al) ; HELI N KESS1 %  R 'lerk %  • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCLIT COURT OF TKE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D'DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 4133 :DELMIR \ NELSON, Plaintiff. SCOTTY Nl LSI N. Di fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SCOTTY NELSON i resldi i • unknown) YOU SCOTTY NELSON, are her*bj notified that a Bill of Complali I i >ivorce has been Hied -. and you are required to servi .. copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Compli nl on thi ilntiff'i Attorney, OINO P. NEGRETT1 •; i i 'ongn E Building, Mia Florida and file th. original r P'eading in the office of tht i • of the c • rt on or before the 29th day lefi • %  taken for the rell ed I • aint. This i ach week for fonr consi in THK JEWISH RIDIAN PONEANT lay %  '. A !.. r HERMAN Circuit Ci i N A HBWETT, i. 28, 5-12-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52629 -A IN RE: Estatt Of ANNA HoPP SIVIETZ 1 1. i as. d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T(' All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estati : You an hereby notified and required to pn si nl any •].-.::. n i demands yi i may havi against the estati of ANNA HOPP SIVIETZ deceased Ian of Dadi County, Florida, to 1 i Ci unt> Fudges of i >ade County, and lil, thi ami in their offices In the %  "' ml Courthi us< In Dade Coun%  ... A Itnin i Ight i all : thi dati thi flrsi iblicatlon hereof, 'r the Bame will • .ToN A FRIEDMAN K\( toi iN A y R1EDMAX Atti n • y—1111 Alnsl. > I Miami. Fla —FR r.-12-19-2< IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4880 HA.MBKRC. SAVINGS RANK, a Corporation existing under tht laws • f the Stale nl New York, Plaintiff. vs. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN and BETTE GOLDSTEIN, his wife. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN and HETTE GOLDSTEIN 133 Amerfort Place Brooklyn 10. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a 1 lit has been brought against you by HAMBURG SAVINGS RANK in the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following described property, to-wit: Lot 81, Block 77, SECOND ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according to the plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 65, at page 7s, Kneel I, of th. public recordi of Dadi County, Florida; ,:nd you are required to file your answei with the Clerk of the circuit ; ol Dad. County. Florida, :G the %  i irthouse In Miami. Florida, on or %  ni ;. 1861, and lo servi a lopj of such answer ..)'' ; %  DAVID P CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney, whoai address Is 11th Fl< i r at 101 East gler Street, Miami 32, Florida, on dati as required I>> 1 lorl la. if you fail t, thi complain) will b< ,.s i ...-%  i i j .. Decrei onfessi will bi i iten I agalnsl : ; .' reliel en in th 11 ni j .. DATED this ol Ma> • LEATHERMAN, CI. rk %  E. H. LANWAY 11 y i -\: < I ... SI : Florida 5/12IN TI-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C ?06 • Y S TODD, Plaii \ s. WILLIAM T Tul'P, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti Wil. LI AM T. TODD Resident i nknov. n Yi .i ..c h<: • by ni tifled thai a Comfor Dlvorc* has been filed if .. n -1 % %  '.'i v,'.i are •,,"•)' %  -. .... py %  >, ur Answi r or PleadI are i %  • %  ti file ih< original Answei oi g In Ice of thi Clerk ol .... and BI i ci n iRGE N \ %  the ,1 la mi 32 n oi bel lefaull thi thi eliel ed in the %  %  • %  %  %  rt. D • ount> S %  ..:-. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business und. r th. fictitious name of LEE AUTO TRIM AND GLASS al 2548-2550 N.W. ".li;h Street. Miami. Mm i,la in!, re's to register said name with (he Cl.rk ol the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida. JOSEPH A. LEOSNOFF '.'04:, S.W. 14th Terrace Miami. Florida CHEREN & GOLDEN Attorneys f..r Joseph A I., osnoff 4/28, 5/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business und. r the fictitious name of AIR-FLO DOOR8 OF FI/iRIDA at 3299 N.W. 7th Street intends to register said name with the Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda WILLIAM 8TURMAN Sole Owner i j\ r, r,-u>.i9 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to • ngag. In business under the fictitious name ol SAINT CHRISTOPHER'S TRAVEL GUILD at l'ade County intends to reglstei said nanv with •'"• c-••'• i th. Circuit Court ol Dadi County, Florida. WILLIAM ARLEN WEB1 R : 5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring t> engage in business • i : 1 "-' fictitious na mi ol ICTRIC EYE ENTERPRISES al • I N W '.: %  Street i >| a-kK*ka, Pla., intend to reglstei said name .. %  • .• %  : • %  It Court i f nt> Roi da M \KVIN P PABER sTANi.i'.Y FABER 1 3 Nl iRMAN 1. FABER PAUL KW TNEY of i • ell & Kv. Itn< y Attys. Attorney for Applicant 120 Lincoln Road 5 5-12-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ** Jewish ThiriidlHair. solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mat FR 3-46*5 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN. AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52576-A IN RE Estate of LOUISE BONNORONT DeCI as. ll NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims OC Demands Against Said Estate: You ar. h. reby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against th.estate of LOUISE BONNORONT deceased late of San Diego County. California, to the County Judges "f Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date f the first publication hereof, or the sane Will IK barred. ELEANORE B. KULIE.KE Administratrix of Estate of Louise I'.onnoitmt, deceased. MAURER. MAPRER& MAURER Attorney —P." Hex 2:'7 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 5/5-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52344-A IN RK: Estate of BERTHA FRIEDMAN Deceased. NOTICE TO CRED TORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which vou mav have against the estate of PERTH A FRIEDMAN deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dad. County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eieht cal.ndar months from th. date of th.' fl-t publication hereof, or the will bt barrtd HARRY ZUKERNICK Admini trator C.T A. HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorni y 120 Lincoln F.oad Miami Bi a< I Fli rida 5/5-12. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY. FLCR'CA IN PRCEATE sc 51S87 IN ; .• : CORN • ,. -, NOTICE TO CREO TORS • st Said %  :• • • tifled I % % %  •..-. %  %  ...-..ve st the es i ... s V'ANDERWENDE :'('N.W 15th Avenue, Mian.:. | ati %  Dadi Ci Fit rida, to thi • n theii In thi ntj rtl I r %  within eil • hereol oi thi be ba'red. .-AD1K VANDERWEN ROBERT SCOTT K \C! MAN Attorn • %  i Ins M:an. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the urn!, signed, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of TREASURE ISLE SKI LODGE at I860 Tmh St. Causeway. Miami Beach • Ll-le: said liaim ilh the Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade County Floi Ida TREAbT'RE ISLE MOTEL, INC t 28, 5 5-12-19 IN CIRCUIT COURT ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA CHANCERY No. 61C 4274 LILLIAN M TILLER -. 1 %  i... I %  lll.l.KK. 1 C TILLER, -. • i., • ak ari 01 ered to file > oui ai r ..1. \. 1 ... 1 :i 1 1 before May -•'. with clerk ol said court 01 blU will 11 taken as confessed. 1 atei Ai nl 25. 1S61. E B I EATHERMAN, CI. • (seal) 1 K. M. I.V.MAN Ity clerk 4/28. 5 5-12-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52676-B IN RK: Estate of MAN ALTSCHULLER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti All Creditor* and All Persona Having claims ,,r Demands Against said Kstat. : You, and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any Claims and demands which you. or elthei oi vou, mav have against the estati ol 'MAX ALTSCHULLER de. 11 ol Dade County. Florida, to th. H. m rabl County Judges of 1 Ci nty, and file the same in •h.i: officei In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight months from the date of the first tion hi roof Bald claims r ,: %  contain the legal ad, -, ant and to b, >w 1 %  : n .-,:.'.. ,1 a< aforet Id, or 1 • barred. Set Si 1 tlon %  ••.. .: %  •" Probate Act \ D 1961, -.' 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"Jewish Floridian
Volume 34 Number 20
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 19, 1961
Three Sections Price 20c
PARLIAMENT GETS NEWS FIRST
Canada Plans Rousing
Welcome for Arrival
Of Ben-Gurion May 24
OTTAWA(JTA> David Ben-Gurion. Prime Minister of Israel will
5, u 10 Canada, starting May 24, lor his lirst visit to this country it
*as announced officially in the House of Commons by Canadian Prime
Minister John Gl Diefenbaker. There was no information as to whether
tie Prime Minister would include any stopovers in the United States
during his visit.
To See JFK?
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion is likely to utilize his
oliicial visit to Canada for
seeking also an unofficial
meeting with President Ken-
nedy, it was believed here
Wednesday. Such a meeting,
if it takes place, will be brief
and will be held in New York,
not in Washington. Official
circles, however, maintain
complete silence about the
possibility of a Ben-Gurion
Kennedy meeting.
!' i
I
Senate Ok's
New Envoy
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
lull Senate voted this week to con-
irm the appointment of Walworth
krbour, of Massachusetts, U. S.
ireer foreign service officer, to
lerve as new United States Ambas-
sador to Israel.
Previously, the Senate Foreign
telations Committee voted unani-
pously to confirm the nomination
liter hearing a .sharp criticism ol
State Department by Chairman
* Fulbright for shifting Bar
r, a man with extensive diplo-
atic experience in Europe, to ls-
el.
Sen, fulbright, Arkansas Demo-
at. asked Barbour why a man
th his background in Europe was
!' ; to Israel. Barbour replied
l i he had requested the assign-
ient to Israel. Sen. Fulbright
I a asked Mr. Barbour if he had
i red that he had visited Pales-
It Be in ihe time of the British Man-
ic ate.
observers recalled sen. Ful-
ftright's sharp questioning of the!
pM U.S. Ambassador to Israel.
' (den Heid. and his inquiry into
|vii\ a career diplomat" had not !
II mi appointed to the post.
Mr. Diefenbaker told the Parlia
ment that the Israel Premier will
spend two days in Ottawa "and
will, thereafter, spend a briet
period privately in this country."
The visit was immediately hailed
by Lester B. Pearson, leader of
the opposition Liberal Party; and
by Hazen Argue. leader of the Co-
operative Commonwealth Feder-
ation. The text of Mr. Diefcn-
baker's announcement reads:
"It gives me "jreat pleasure
to inform the members of this
House that the Prime Minister
of Israel, the Hon. David Ben-
Gurion, has accepted an invita-
tion to visit this country for a
few days later on this month.
Mr. Ben-Gurion will arrive in
Ottawa on May 24 for a two-day
visit, and will thereafter spend a
brief period privately in this
country.
"Canada welcomes Mr. Ben-
Gurion as the distinguished lead-
er of a young and vigorous State,
whose energy and guidance have
been so important in the rapid and
fruitful progress made by his coun-
try. It is the hope of the Govern
ment and people of Canada that
Continued on Page 16 A
KABSI IRVING MUM
. discovers Judaism
Tunisia Leader
Attacks Israel;
Wants Action
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)President llabib Bourguiba. oi Tu-
nisia, warned the Big Powers that, if they don't act "quickly" to solve
iiiv Arab-Israel conflict, there will be new wars -around Palestine."
He attacked Israel sharply and asserted that Ihe Palestine Arabs are
now "in concentration camps" just like the Jews were during the Na/,i
He predicted that the Pales-
Rabbi Miller Hits Gurion
For Latest Zionist Charges
j NEW YORK(JTA>Concern over Israeli Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion's "continuing attacks on the Zionist movement" was ex-
pressed at a press conference here this week by Rabbi Irving Miller
chairman of the Amercan Zionist Council, who just returned from Israel
where he attended the recent meeting of the Zionist Actions Committee
"In asking Zionists to forcsake
I the hallowed term and to be
Jews." Mr. Ben-Gurion seems to
' have suddenly discovered Juda-
ism," Rabbi Miller declared.
| "Surely he. more than many
i others, is aware how deeply root-
j cd Zionism is in the religion, his-
tory and literature of Judaism."
Referring to Mr. Ben-Gurion's
recent joint declaration with Ja-
cob Blaustein, honorary presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Committee, Rabbi Miller said:
"The Prime Minister rendered
great harm to the vast majority
Continued on Page 3 A
Education Meet
Criticizes Federal
Aid to Parochia/s
American Judge in Testimony
Against Adolf Eichmann Defense
SURVIVORS RILED PAGE 7-A; WORLD REACTION PAGE IOC
JERUSALEM(JTA)Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Michael
A. Musmanno, testifying here in the trial ol Adolf Eichmann. named
Eichmann as "the" man in the Nazi apparatus responsible for every-
thing having to do with Jews.
The American judge, who. after
the fall of the Hitler regime, inter-
ted on behalf of the United
States Government virtually every
Nazi leader surviving the t.crman
debacle, testified under oath that
the Nazi hierachy affecting "the
final solution" of the Jewish prob-
lem ranked as follows: Adolf Hit-
ler; Martin Bormann, Hitler's de-
puty; Heinrich Himmler, chief oi
the Gestapo, the Nazi secret police;
Josef Goebbels. Hitler's propagan-
da minister; Reinhardt Heyririch,
chief ol the Nazi security and one
oi the principal planners of "the
final solution;" and Kiehmann.
The fact that Eichmann held
only the rank of a lieutenant colonel
in the Gestapo was meaningless,
Justice Musmanno said. Actually,
the judge testified, a> head Of Sec-
tion IV B-4, Eichmann's responsi-
bility was spelled out in the official
directives with only one word:
"Jews."
Justice Musmanno quoted one
Continued on Page 8-A
Orthodox Denounce Toynbee on Intermarriage
NEW YORK(JTA)Two leading American Jewish Orthodox or-
ganizations the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations and the
'Rabbinical Council of America -- issued a joint statement this week
denouncing Prof. Arnold Toynbee, the British historian, "tor his recent
{advocacy of intermarriage as a cure for the ills of anti-Senutism.
The Jewish prohibition against
[intermarriage is the basic guaran- are perpetuating for the benelit of
[lee of Jewish survival in the world all mankind." the statement said
|nnd the on!v guarantor of the BUT- The Rabbinical Council of America
Nival of that Judaism which Jews is an Orthodox rabbinic body in
the United States representing 800
rabbis. The Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations represents
3.000 synagogues in the United
States and Canada.
The statement maintained that
intermarriage will destroy and
undermine the structure of Ju-
daism which has survived long
periods of hardship and perse-
cution. "Prof. Toynbee is un-
aware of the fundamental char-
acter of Judaism," the statement
claimed. "Nor is he even aware
of the implications of venomous
anti-Semitism in all its ir*ily
forms. He has distorted the
course of Jewish history. A his-
torian of his stature should have
Continued on Page 2 A
NEW YORK-(JTA)The Ameri-
can Assn. for Jewish Education
adopted a resolution at the closing
session of its two-day annual con-
lerence unanimously supporting
Federal Government proposals to
extend government aid to public
education but oposing the exten-
sion of such aid to private and reli-
gious schools.
The conference also adopted |
long-term plans to meet the nation-1
\ wide shortage of Hebrew school
teachers and a program to intensi-
fy adult education in this country.
Philip W. Lown of Boston, presi-
dent of the Association, reported',
that despite the organization's ef-
forts to improve employment con-
ditions and encourage teacher re-
cruitmenl and training, American
Jewry faces a critical shortage ol
teachers for the 600,000 children
attending Jewish day and par!-1
time schools.
"The prospects are that the
shortage will grow increasingly
grave in the years ahead," Mr.
Lown warned. "To begin to meet
the shortage we would have to
inject the teachinq system with
approximately SOO teachers a
year.'' But the annual crop of
Continued on Page 9-A
war.
tine Arabs will regain their inde-
pendence and cited the fact that
ihe Moslems in Algeria are now
gaining their independence alter
130 years of French rule.
Mr Bourguiba made his stale-
n.ent in anwser to a question at a
luncheon tendered him by the Uni-
ted Nations Correspondents A-mi.
He was asked whether the principle
of direct negotiations toward solu-
tion of international problems in
Africa and in the Mediterranean,
enunciated last week in a joint com-
munique issued in Washington by
the Tunisian President and U. S.
President John F. Kennedy, should
not be applied in the case of Arab-
Israeli disputes. He replied;
"Israel has never shown any
disposition to abide by the deci-
sions of the United Nations. Once
Israel shows that disposition,
there may be talk of a possibilty
of such negotiations. The prob-
lem must be dealt with directly.
Justice and peace have been hurt
in this part of the world. This
is a new typo of a colonial prob-
lemto supplant one people with
another. The people of Pales-
tine now find themselves in the
same position that the Jews found
themselves in during the war. It
is the Arabs who art now sitting
in concentration camps.
"All efforts at negotiations have
tailed. Israel has invoked the right
Continued on Page 11 A
Golda Feted
In Sweden
STOCKHOLM (JTA) Mrs.
Golua Me ; Israel's Foreign Minis-
ter, told a press conference here
this week lhal Israel was prepared
to participate in a demilitarization
ol (he Mjddle East ana without
waiting for Ihe major powers to
act for general demilitarization.
Mrs Meir, who was in Sweden on
an official vi-it, also said 'hat Is-
rael was engaged only in research
into the peaceful use of atomic
energy and not in weapons re-
search. She said thai Israel was
; posed in principle to all weapons
and added that Israel was prepared
to enter a peace agreement or even
long term non agression agreements
with the Arab countries.
She expressed hope that Al-
geria would emerge as an inde-
pendent state respecting the
rights of others but added that
Israel feared an independent Al-
geria would follow the paths of
Continued on Pge 1! A



Pcce 2-A
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Friday, May 13. iggj
Orthodox Jews Rap
Toynbees Statement
Contirued from Page 1-A
approached problems of the
. t-vsh past with a trreater de-
c-ee cf objectivity, detachment
tr.ti knowledge."
The two Orthodox organizations
further held that -there is no per-
it cast-barriers between
Jews and non-Jews in our Amer-
ican society. Marital separation
between Christians and Jews i'
responsible for any signs ol
animosity and ill-will toward Jew-
ry in the United States. America
is dedicated to the principles of
l oily within the framework of
ethnic diversity, differences of
break cf virulent anti-Semitism, as
clusively shown by the current
Eichmann trial in Israel.'
They refuted Prof. Toynbees as-
sertion that intermarriage will
make available to the whole world
the rich treasures of Judaism.'"
These spiritual resources have
been accented by all faiths as an
integral part of the religious foun-
dations of modem civilization, they
pointed out. "They are already a
major part of the spiritual posses-
sion of the whole human race.'' the
statement emphasized. "Prof.
Toynbee is short-sighted, inconsis-
tent and narrowly partisan when
he addresses himself to the sub-
:e
Brandeis Prof. To Lecture Here
Third and final lecture in the peared in leadir.g journals and bo
es sponsored by the Bran- iodicals throng* ut the country"
versify Club of Greater Mi- in add::::- tc his present work
ami v. : b held Monday evening prof. vYt.. 5 din .. of
klgiers hotel. ^^ I Brandeis I3ui\t]
Lecturer will Prof. Harold Dr. Star ej Frehlini will
hairman of the Depart- chairmai cj the evei
.,,.- Philosophy at Brandeis-------------------
. ejty, Waltham. Ma- -
Pref. Weisberg will speak on
"Is There a Crisis in Educa-
tion?
Prct. Weisberg "as educated at'
Brooklyn College, and did graduate
k ;- the Jewish Theological'
Semin; ,' and Columbia University,
he has written numerous articles,
on education, which have ap
habits, and religious uniqueness, j^cts of Judaism. Zionism, and
Intermarriages on the continent of their historical development.''
Europe did not prevent the out-; ..,..
^ ______j They pointed out that Jeu>
have made extraordinary contribu-
tions to the enrichment of man-
: kind in every phase of civilized
living despite strict bans on inter-
marriage. There is nothing in-
compatible between adherence to
religious values and the rendition
of services to help humanity on all
levels." They strongly advised
r'roi. Toynbee to study the sources
of Jewish history, religion and so-
ciology before pretending to be an
authoritative expert on Jewish
problems.
PROF. HAROLD WEfSBfRG
ZOA Groups
Schedule Dinner
On Sunday evening. June 11
Greater Miami Districts of the
Zionist Organization of America
will hold their annual dinner in
Miami Beach.
Proceeds will go to the Mortimer
May Dormitory being built by the
Southwest region of the ZOA a:
tl ( Kfar Silver Agriculture Trair.-
. School. Ashkelon. Israel, in
of the past president of the
ZOA and honorary life
dent of the Southeast n
nors of rooms will be honored.
certificat s ed to sev-
1 st have
ited scholi to Kfar
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am for Coral Way Jt
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+Jenisti ihrijf&r
Senate OK's Jewish
Virgin Islands Exec.
I
By Special Report
The United States Senate has ap- i
proved Ralph M. Paiewonsky, a;
member of the Jewish faith, for
the post of Governor of the U.S.!
Virgin Islands. Paiewonsky had I
fceen nominated for the high of-
fice by President Kennedy.
The recent appointment follows
a tradition set almost 277 years
ago on May 7, 16S4. when Gabriel
Milan, the first member of the Jew-
ish faith to hold the post of Gover-
nor of the Virgin Islands, w a s
rimed by King Chris:.an V of Den-
mark.
Paiewonsky has been Demo-
cratic national committeeman
from the Islands since 1940. He
'has long been interested in the
development of the tourist indus-
try, which last year brought $24
mill-on to the Islands,jnaking it
the number one sure* f income.
Rabbi Miller
I Flays B-G Words
Continued from Page 1-A
>' American Jews who believe
that American Israel relation-
ships can best be fostered by a
representative American-Jewish
body, such as the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations."
Asserting that Mr. Ben-Gurion
I" l.is already made an unparalleled
[niche for himself in Jewish his-
Itjry," Rabbi Miller expressed re-
[gret that the Premier had made no
[constructive contribution to the
postering of sound and fruitful Is-
rael-Diaspora relationships. He
[stressed that in his recent attacks
Ion the Z'onist movement, the Pre-
mier did not speak f>r the Israel
'V eminent or p-. ip! <
Rabbi Miller hailed the recent
cision by Dr. Nahutn Goldmann,
I president of the World Zionist Or-
ganization to sett? in Israel and
sume leadersht) w lib-
ral party. II Imann
succeed w m ir Ben-
n ha fa
He had been serving as, ckairmin
of outgoing Gov. John- O. Mar-
win's advisory committee on
tourism when he was nominated
by the President.
Born on St. Thomas, in the Vir-
gin Islands, 53 years ago. he at-
tended grammar schools in the Is-
lands, and came to New York,
where he studied at Alexander
Hamilton High School in Brooklyn
and was graduated from New York
University in 1930. He returned to
the Islands and entered the phar-
maceutical business.
In 1936, Paiewonsky was el
to the Municipal Council of St.
Thomas and St. John Islands. He |
was reelected to five consecutive
terms. In addition to his political
interests, Paiewonsky has been a
leader in business, tourist and civic'
activities on the three islands ot
St. Croix. St. John and St. Thomas.
Paiewonsky's brother, Isidor, re-
cently achieved note in Jewish his-
torical circles with publication of
a booklet entitled "Jewish Histori-
cal Development in the Virgin Is-1
lands." Prefaced by famous au-i
thor Herman Wouk, the booklet \
describes some of the many not-!
able Jewish residents of the is-
lands, now and in the past.
Among them are Judah P. Ben-
jamin, born on St. Croix, and Da-
vid Lee Yulee, born on St.
TttOfliat. Benjamin became Sec-
retary of State of the Confede-
rate States during the Civil War.
Yulec was chosen as the first
Senator from Florida when that
state was admitted to the Union
in 1845.
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Zionists Examining Aliyah
Potential to Jewish State
RALPH PAIEWONSKY
Young Adult
Group Formed
Young Adult Friends of Israel,
a new young adult group for single
people between the ages of 21 and
35, has just been organized in Mi-
ami Beach by the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, according to Louis
B Rudnick, chairman of the Presi-
dents' Council of Greater Miami
ZOA Districts.
Recently elected interim officers
are Don Kaplan, president; Ann
Sperling and Elaine Margolis, vice
presidents: Paul Raymond, treas-
urer; Louise Kassin, recording sec-
retary; Rochelle Schrold, corres-
ponding secretary; Joseph Meyers,
financial secretary; and Marilyn
Schwimmer, chaplain.
First meeting was to be Thurs-
day evening, and the second,
Thursday evening, June 1. On Tues-
day, May 23. a cultural evening is
scheduled.
Also slated are a social swim
dance for Sunday, May 28, and the
first monthly Oneg Shabbat on Fri-
day evening, June 9.
NEW YORK-(JTA)The Zionist
Organization of America is under-
taking a survey among its nation-
wide membership to ascertain the
potential for aliyah to Israel, it was
announced here this week by Max
Bressler, ZOA president. The sur-
vey will be conducted by the ZOA
Aliyah committee, of which Jacob
M. Dinnes is national chairman.
Dinnes said the survey is being
undertaken in the form of a ques-
tionnaire to be distributed among
ZOA members. He also said that
his committee would assume the
task of planning one and two year
work and study program in Israel
with a view to utilizing in the most
productive manner the talents and
skills of young Americans in the
State of Israel in contributing to
its future economic, scientific and
natural growth.
The program of the ZOA Ali-
yah committee is being drafted
in accordance with resolutions
adopted by the last meeting of
the National ZOA Executive Coun-
cil. These resolutions provide for
information to prospective mid-
dle class oilm in cooperation with
the Economic Department of thm
Jewish Agency, preparation os
one or two year study and wore
programs for American younj
ac'ulfs in Israel, and proposed
establishment of ZOA sponsored
housing projects for American
settlers in Israel, in accordance
with plans submitted by the ZOA
president.
"American settlers," Mr. Dinnes
stated, "can help- not only by con
tributing their individual skills but
also by their morale and stability.
"While Israel may not yet be able
to compete with Western countries
in its standards of living, Amen
cans will find in Israel a new sens?
cf purpose, and gratification in en
tributing personally to the develop-
ment of that dynamic land."
Beach Chapter in Meeting
Miami Beach chapter, Jewish
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evening at Washington Federal
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Volume 34 Number 20
Friday, May 19. 1951
4 Sivan 5721
Fulfilling Shavuot Spirit
Shavuot, the Fe=tival of the Weeks, will
\ launched at Bervices Saturday e
:avuot celebrates the givin
e Law to the h n r in th
E r a
anc
c:
trved sevei -
'.-. our own time SI avuet symbol
; s e a r for spiritual s rice
Aid to Parochial Schools
tt is encouraging to note s of
the :ar. Jewish comrr.*. .-t .
Kennedy's proposal for Fee to educa-
Representative America:-. '?..-- organiza-
tions are solidly behind the proposal. But they
just cs determined to voice their opposition
tc such aid for parochial schools.
On the local level, our own Greater Miami
Rcbbinical Assn. this week went en record
with a resolution supporting the Preside]
views on the nation's educational needs, while
voicing its fears in the matte: o: government
funds for centers cf religious instruction.
Jewish education is the Lifeblood of a fu-
ture, vibrant American Jewish community. Our
leaders cae coming to recognize this fact in-
creasingly.
3ul recognition far exceeds implementation
where this priority is concernsi Jewish educa-
tion in our nation suffers from the same needs
cs education in the generci community: good
teachers; realistic salaries commensurate with
the intellectual achievements and social stand-
ing of teachers; elevated standards.
Federal funds would go a long way to-
ward alleviating these needs. I: is a tribute to
the American Jewish community that it op-
poses such assistance in the name of a higher
principle the values of traditional democ-
racy, where the church and state are amicably
separated, each for its highest interests, and
fcr the good of the nation at large.
Ben-Gurion's Object Lesson
Prime Minister Ben-Gurior. can't seem to
do anything right these days judging by the
way in which American Jews have been re-
CCtinq to a number of his recent statements.
There's no denying Mr. Ben-Gurion's pro-
vocative words. He has had o::asion to voice
many of them during the past few weeks. What
makes it all so difficult is that they freguently
eppenr to be contradictory at least in spirit
:: rot in intent.
His reply to label Katz president of the
Presidents' Conference, is 3 o-se in point. The
reply is a simple "explanation" of Mr. Ben-
Gurion's joint statement with 'ncob Blaustein
honorary president of the American Jewish
Committee, respecting the status of Jews livina
outside of the State of Israel.
Katz disputed en issue discussed in these
columns several weeks ago: Chat the Blaustein-
re.-.-Gurion statement assume; the guise of of-
( rial aronunciamento hem t e leader of Is-
raeli Jewry to the leader o: Diaspora Jewry.
But sadly, in disputing Mr. Blaustein'e
gambit, Label Kc-.z reacted r_: of a sense of
injury to the Presidents' Cc a an or-
ganization with purposes lithe different from
the intent, coincidental or otherwise, of the
ma! Blaustein Ben-Gurion statement: Mr.
Katz soucht to reserve for -he President' Con-
ference the right he felt should be denied to
ethers.
+ *
ALTERNATIVE VIEW TO CONTRADICTION
fn his response to Mr. Katz the Prime Min-
ister reaffirmed the status of the Conference in
the eyes of official Israel a position which
must, itself, meet with the disaporoval of a fair
segment of American Jewry. But he also re-
1SPAELI
&*| EOUCATiONAL
EXPERIENCE
Friday, May 19, 196,
during
A FAIR EXCHANGE
iterated the sense and justification of the }c
pronouncement
This is precisely the kind of contradiction
and provocative action which elicits so much
animus against Mr. Ben-Gurion here. Is it
however, in fact contradictory and provoca-
tion?
An alternative view would be that it is
not that the wily, old campaigner has clear
purpose in his design. The attack against the
American Zionist movement on the heels of the
joint statement, in which was asserted the total
autonomy of the American Jewish community,
emphasizes the point:
Mr. Ben-Gurion suggested that Zionists
drop their name and refer to themselves as
the "Jewish Organization" instead. The re-
sponse was prompt and heated. Zionist here
reacted, tooth and claw exposed, ripping into
the Prime Minister's latest contradiction. No
less a distinguished orator and Jewish leader
than Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the Amer-
ican Zionist Council, sharply retorted:
"In asking Zionist to forsake the hallowed
term and to be Jews,' Mr. Ben-Gurion seems
to have suddenly discovered Judaism.
* *
HELP US TILL OUR GARDEN
We don't really believe that Mr. Ben-Gurion
has to discover" Judaism. It is clear that he
is simply out to teach us a lesson.
And the lesson is a simple one. In his
view, the position of Diaspora Jewry -
tenable. Right or wrong, he has bo
honestly mid openly, again and again. Mr.
Ben-Guricn is not being contradictors- in his
many statements; he is merely responding to
the official business of the American Jewish
community. If the responses seem ce:
tory and provocative, it is only th t there is
a multiplicity of official busines
Each seeks unigue and favored status
which the Prime Minister, in his properlv .-id-
iomatic objectivity, refuses to grant. Thus, he
accepts all. dealing with all or. the seme le
of seriousness, and demonstrating by conn
the major absurdity in the entire situatic
American Jewish community covets its aul
omy. but is seqmented into a series o: power
blocs individually vying for a voice in fewis i
aftairs Israeli or otherwise.
Apart from this obiect lesson Mr Be-;
Gurion is telling us that he does not nee j s
a voice In suggesting that the Zionist Ch
ization be renamed the "Jewish Orgamzchor '
he is declarina that Israel has come o' aae
with its own Israeli representatives dulv ac
credited abroad. Israel, he is uggestinq no
longer requires ex-officio spokesmen fa an
ideal not vet fulfilled. an
the week
.. as i see it
hy IE0 MINDLIJI^.
THE us- delegation
United Nations a short
while ago put the brake on
open discussion oi the lsraei.
Arab problem. Spokesmen for
the administration let it be
known that thi- is u,e ^
course of inaction at the mo
- Jftgitiw pjJBi, the^recollec
tion of theKenn campaign
pledges, egregious even at the
time they were made, seemed
all too clear and their implications too binding. Debate of the issue
could conceivably commit any of the contending parties, including the
United States, to a position out of keeping with their best Interests
ft is pure speculation, but not altogether unrealistic, to assume
that Israel also welcomed the U.S. pledge. For open debate might
UN conclusions long opposed by the Israel delegation. From
a. the American position proved two-faced. It a
luestion at th expense of the Arabs: it sold Isi
.. .. blj le claims down the river in the nam
it ncy.
Whatever 'he motives behind the backstage maneuvering
perennial "l id not fir i its w ty to the U!
;t not as prominently is on
ly A inis< ition
in the M t? 1
ready ii hei can argut
SHOE ON 7--- MM FOOT
!P WORD WAS
-
cons! positive! terms Israel's aus '
.... kly n here i ily cal
n of the Kennedy Administi
nents in these tei bet
luring < hii hi flashi ... <
rth but wi
tainb. thi State Dei '' stand I i we '-> ago oi
it even pretend to this kind of
- omacy. Depai lent seized the o
' k- York S ate Commissii n Against Di
I Vrabi rican Oil Company. Briefly, it
'- SCAD case and by implication
ally make more than -:1- justifiable of the Egyptian b k-
ade of Israeli shipping. As the State Department sees it. everyone
it all wrong T i i S is certainly not a party to Arab blacl
he Middh E attrition tc destroj 'sraei at wi
nsignificant and unw arty. And, besides. Israel has
all her own am.
Thus, by some nea sties, the State Department com
that Israel discriminates against American ships in Arab poi
. with as much vigor as the Arab states discriminate against Arr.er-
in Israel ports The conclusion thus seems to be that no
- : except the is. and that Israel's view of her Middle
mma is highly over-dramatized.
A CRITICAL VJfW Of MR. KENNEDY
THIS IS THE kind of reasoning one could expect from a State De-
partment under the Eisenhower Administration. That it continues
as a method or operation with .Mr. Kennedy in the White House
strengthens several speculative possibilities. The first is that the
Department has a political personality all its own without regard
to who hold> the reigns of government, which continues as an i
and whose policies are the product of upper echelon, "'face' -
diplomacy
Much American history in the past gives good cause to accept
this thesis Even strong chief executives, iike President Tru an
- commented on the State Department's iron will Indeed Mr.
- ccessful duel with the Department over recognition ol
Israel is a colorful case in point that provides the thesis with a
libility.
Th eond speculative possibility sounds a severe note of
Mr. Kennedy himself who. during his campaign for offu
more than one occasion commented about the Orweliian characti
State Department. He promised, if elected, to study the D
'' ; icy-making mechanism. The Presi
i show he has done anything but that.
INHERITING A TROUBLESOME FORTUNE
gXCESSIVE CRITICISM of Mr. Kennedy is unfair at a time
C iba, Laos, Africa, and deteriorating South American po
in a phantasmagoria of events to plague him Yet
the context of these crises there is some evidence thai
sident has been less creative, less active, and less provoc:
an his campaign speeches led us to hope would be the mark of
administration
ba is admittedly a situation he inherited from Ml I
Presi lent Kennedy had much to say about C
tfice, but with the chips down, he adhered to the fr 0T*
Of the policy he also inherited. This sadlv seems 00 I -- the case '
the other critical areas of the world, including our gene:..1, relal
with the Soviet Union.
What it therefore comes down to is that Mr. Kennedy has thus W
fen more boldly than he lias acted in anv number of situal
relymg uU|, unhappy prevalence on Eisenhower appointees like
Dulles and on Eisenhower pronouncements like the Stal Depart-
ment brain-twister about Israeli discrimination against Unencw
snipping
Hence the McGeorge Bundy reference to the Harlem Globe-
trotters. Hence the speculation about his meeting with W"
Khrushchev a possibility he previously all but ruled out fWiJJ
future. Hence, too. the U.S. hedge at the Uni V1
he faee of an Israel-Arab debatea hedge on a csmpaign pronw


Friday. May 19. 1961
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR-
Columnist's Panel Stint Condemned
Mrs. Edward W. Broidy (second from left) is shown wilh
Samuel T. Sapiro, president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
cfter presenting him with her contribution pledge of S5.G00 to
the Women's Division of the hospital development fund. Mrs.
Broidy's pledge will endow the marble and bronze "Book of
Healing" which will stand permanently in the lobby of the
nospital and bear the names of all Life Guardicn contributors.
Looking on are Mrs. Sapiro (left), chairman of the Women's
Division of the development fund, and Mrs. Anne Grossman
(right). Women's Division director.
Cedars Board Meeting Tusday
A fund-raising dinner for the
hoard of trustees of Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital has been scheduled
for Tuesday, 6 p.m., at the Fon-
lainebleau hotel, according to an
announcement from E. Albert Pal-
let, chairman of the hospital de-
velopment fund.
Pallot said that "every board
member will be called upon to m-
rrease his contribution to the hos-
pital at this dinner."
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
open in the fall in the Metropolitan
Medical Center with a non-profit,
non-sectarian policy. Estimated
cost of the 282-bed institution is
$4,500,000.
Sheldon Kay, chairman of the
Bay Heights committee for Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital, has announced
the setting of a $25,000 goal in Bay
Heights pledges to the hospital de-
velopment fund.
Kay. co-developer of Westbrooke
Country Club, will host a cocktail
party for the benefit of Cedars of
Lebanon on Sunday at his 251 Shore
dr. east home at 4:30 p.m. Guest
of honor will be actress Molly Pi-
con.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In Leo Mindlin's editorial of May
5, Mr. Mindlin described himself
18 the "angry young man" who
served on a panel at a recent
American Jewish Committee-spon-1
sored meeting at which Dr. Paul i
H. Vieth was guest speaker. I :
would like to discuss the role Mr.
Mindlin assumed and his justifica-
tion for playing such a role.
Dr. Paul Vieth, for those readers
who were not fortunate enough to
attend this meeting, is a professor
of Christian nurture at the School
.of Divinity, Yale University. He
was faculty chairman of a commit-
tee asked by the American Jewish
Committee to conduct an objective
self-analysis of bias-proaucing texts
and lesson material in the Protest-
ant religious school curriculm. This
Study was conducted over a nioe-
year period and involved some
I 120.000 units of literature. It is to
| date the most extensive study of
its kind. Simultaneously, a study
of Catholic literature is being con-
ducted at St. Louis University, and
a Jewish study at Dropsie College.
Dr. Vieth came to Miami at the
invitation of AJC to enlighten the
Jewish community, as well as the
Christian community, on some of
the results and implications of this
study. However, I am not writing
this letter to discuss the findings
of the Yale Study. I am writing
instead to correct the misimpres-
sions raised by Mr. Mindlin's com-
ments as panelist at the meeting
and his subsequent column about it.
Mr. Mindlin's discussion and
questions pointed out some of the
aspects not covered in the study.
It is obvious that if the study
had taken 20 years, it perhaps
could have covered the subject
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from many other perspectives, as
Or. Vieth mentioned. However,
it did not take 20 years; it took
n'rve. It did not cover some of
the things Mr. Mindlin suggested
it might. This does not invali-
date or make it useless. In my
opinion, his responsibility as a
panel member was to help clarify
an understanding of the work,
how it affects the religious com-
munity, and to what constructive
ends the results could be direc-
ted.
In my opinion, and in the expres-
sed opinion of many who were at j
the meeting, he assumed a role
which confused the aims of the re-;
search and its potential for the re-1
duction of religious prejudice. He
criticized a major investigation in-
to the causes of prejudice, rot be-'
cause of what it accomplished, but I
because it didn't conform to his [
goals.
The role of an 'angry young
man" has validity and desirability
only when it helps to open closed i
minds. This did not appear to be !
Mr. Mindlin's purpose or his ac-
complishment at the AJC meeting. '
MRS. LEONARD SILVERMAN
Miami
Comments .Mr. Mindlin:
"Item: I never characterised myself
as 'an angry young man.' ii is pre-
sumptuous to infer such naivete from
my writing. id .\hou\s a careless mis-
reading of the column m question. A
very angry member of ihe very an^rN
audience iirnlmihiedlv exalted enough
in self-esteem to consider himself 'the
aujsry young man of the evening.'
confuted hu reaction to the presen-
tation with my own. thu.s dubbing
me with that juvenile and tasteless
title.
"Item: With respect to my per-
sonal contribution. / u'lll not be
shaken from believing that my "-
was both valid and si
-. light oj the intended purpt r>
study. T.i Jtnv it. i, t, : (
dreams.
"Item / find it Interesting I
ulate mi riie meaning of tht
action to the question which '
Silverman, a staff membei of
i '; :< i of the American j
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meet on a full day schedule i
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be under the supervision of both
a Hebrew and English instructor.
Children must be three years arvi
eight months by the openinc af
school in September in order r?
be eligible. Transportation fa-
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The Hebrew Academy offers a
complete elementary and Jin
High department, and has beer i
existance for more than 13 ye
The main building is presently lo-
cated at 918 6 st., Miami Beach.
Applications are also being .c-
cepted for first, second and third
graders. Special summer das !S
are being planned for pupils w
out a Hebrew background in or ler
to integrate them with their n
lar English grades, Alexander .V -
covits, chairman of the board of
education, announced.
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Terror Survivors Slap Bonn Words
By Special Rs.sj-.-
Recent Statements iy German
I >rs In connect! the Eich-
mann trial were denounced here
- week as attempts to soften'
-e picture of Germany's past guilt.
criticism was levelled by Jo-
~:h Rosensaft. a leading figure
the Shtrit Hapleita (Survivors
ie Holocaust), forme:- chairman
the Central Committee of the
rated Jews in the British Zone
rmany. at a dinner reunion
survivors of the Bergen Bel-
leath camp at the Delmonico
:el in New York (
- ressing that the meeting repre-
; i the "authentic voice of
imann'i victims." Rosensaft de-
!: "The least we might have
i ;kih< irom Germany's lead-
is a token of respect for the
Memory of six million Jewish Nazi
:tims and as an indication of re-
lard for the feelings of the survi-
fors of the- Nazi holocaust, would
lave been silence.
"Efforts to mitigate the im-
tafet of the Eichmann trial and
to veil the stark record of atroci-
Ities are an affront to our memo-
ir- e*. Statements to the effect
that only 'a relatively small per-
rent age' of Germans were con-
inced Nazis or that 'a great ma-
Ijarity of Germains' were happy
ha help their Jewish fellow citi-
|z*.ns when they could, have a bit-
Iter ring of irony for us who have
1 suffered the agonizing truth in
|our bodies and in our hearts."
Turning to the Eichmann trial
low taking place In Jerusalem,
nensaft -aid: "The words of
Ittorney General Hausner at the
bening of the trial are words we
iarried in our hearts for the past
to" years.* The time has come to
remind the world that in the not so
stant past and at the hands of a
Kesumably civilized people, mil-
lions of innocent persons were with-
in hours deprived of every shred
)f safety and dignity and haunted
nore cruelly than animals. We,
.ho miraculously survived the
tinal solution of the Jewish prob-
lem,' appeal to the world to shed
it- mantle of complacency. Let no
pti in belie \e that in this day and
' the world has ilready been
declared.
"No compensator.. whether
called reparations re'sTltll'IBn TrTh-
demnification can ever buy off
these memories." Recalling a
statement by German Chancellor
Conrad Adenauer to the effect that
the Nazis had committed the same
crimes against Germans as Eich-
mann had against the Jews. Woll-
heim observed: "I have
heard it said (hat the Nazis had a
, final solution' for the Germans as
they had for us."
Stressing that countries who had
closed their doors to tens of thou-
sands who migh have been saved,
shared in the responsibilty fjr
what happene I, Wollheim declared:
Let it be known that our account-
ing with the world has not yet I
completed. The scars which re-
main cannot be made to disappear
by forgivii It id iy oe
able to forgivea- a people we
can never forgive
JOSEPH ROStNSAFT
made safe from potential Eich-
manns."
In the same vain. Norbert Woll-
heim, former vice chairman of the
Central Committee of the Liberated
Jews, stressed that "the chapter
of suffering, persecution and death
which we have witnessed can never
be closed, since, in Santayana's
words, 'people who forget their
past are condemned to relive it,."
Noting that in due time the Eich-
mann trial may share the fate of
"other headlines ot yesterday." Woll-
heim declared:
"Names like Bergen Belsen,
Auschwitz, Maidanek and Treblm-
ka, which represented mankind's
i darkest hour, must never be for-
gotten." He emphasized that the
Bergen Belsen survivors '"fully and
completely back Israel's moral
right to try Eichmann" and noted
that "legalistic considerations
which would prevent a mass mur-
derer from being brought to the
bar of justice can only point to a
most disconcerting gap between in-
ternational law and ethics in mod-
ern society.
"Let there be no doubt that we.
the survivors, have no respect
whatsoever for those who think
that memories such as ours can
be exchanged for a policy of for-
give and forget," Mr. Wollheim
Confirmation Ceremonies Mark Shavuot
At Temple Emanu-El Service on Sunday
Shavuoi will be highlighted at
iTemple Emanu-El by the annual
loafirmation service on the first
Way of the holiday. Sunday. 10:30
I a.m. The regular service begins
at 9 a.m.
Having completed ten years of
[study in the Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school, the following confir-
mands will be recognized:
Stanley Joel, son >f Mr an 1 Mrs.
Ernest Bernstein; Jerl Al daugh-
ter i>f Mr. and .Mr- Solwaj O. Fler-
!>--:. K:i i .',;; S'ue. il iyhter of I >r.
ni Mrs, Leo Plahbeln; Ttna Ronda,
-' i ighter erf Mr. and Mrs. Morris
(irvidman; Sheila Jane, laughter ol
Mr ami Mrs. Alex Gordon
Mar* Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs.
M Qreenberg; Arlene Hope,
daughter Mr. an i Mr- Samuel J.
H Inerln; Diane, daughter of Mr. and
Mr* Herman Kamtnsky; Barbara
i ri. daughter of Dr in i Mrs. Sher-
m.in r:. Kaplan; Melvln Eugene, eon
Mr an i Mrs. Altr- I Kaiz. '".ay
Ann, daugbti r of Mr. in I Mn Albert
K i iiiiinn
liana Harriet, daughter of Mrs.
1 ..... King; Nan -j '" daughter
Mis. Sylvia King; J idlth Ann,
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Shar.vn Tina, daughter of Mr. in I
Mrs. AI Nash; Nancj Frieda, daugh-
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .ferry Res-
nick; Maxine Rita, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Rodt; Barbara
Hedy, an.i Bruce Marian, daughter
and son of Mrs. Anita Satter; Ellen
Louisa, daughter ol Mr. and Mr- \
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Jeffrey BCOtt, son of I>r. and Mrs
Sol Selevan; Warren Stuart, son of
Mr .and Mrs, Herbert Schwartz: Mix
Bernard, son of Mrs. Kate Stelngart;
Benjnmin Joseph, son of Mr. ami Mrs
Alfred Stone; Ellen Michael, daught
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Teller; Enid
Jeryl, daughter of Mrs. Elaine VYelsi
and Kusan Kay, daughter of Mr an '
Mrs Raphael K. 7imea
Bonnie I.ubin is 1:N>1 class -pres-
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Susan Yunes, 1961 honor student
Confirmands will participate in i
special program. "The Jewish
Year." after which, Bibles and cer-
tificates will be presented by Ra-
phael K. Yunes. chairman of the
board of education. Mrs. Sol Gold-
, stein. Sisterhood president, and
Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman. direc-
tor of education. Dr. Irving Lehr-
! man. spiritual leader of I
i Emanu-El, will charge the con-
firmands. Cantor Hirsch Adler
will chant, assisted by the Temple
choir.
A luncheon reception for the con-
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will take place at the Fontaine-
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following the service.
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lep Niii leader after another, as
ht occupied the witness stand as
tr expert testifying voluntarily
fcr t-.s prosecution. AH the lead-
ers h quoted had told him, the
American judge said, that Eich-
irtnn was responsible for the
Irocitfot implemented by the
H -ler regime against the Jewish
peepl*.
' smanno quoted, am
. Brigadier General '.'
i .'.. r, who w as in (.
military and cii ilian ini
': the Nazi regime. (I
Sche i told him, the a
ris said, thai "Elchmann,
oi th< depa lent in cl
i\ 5, personally supervised
! the activities of t il
ipen (commando units) in the
( .termination of Jews." From
i e to time, the intelligence ch :
I rustice Musmanno, Elchi
i th s einsatzgruppen in the
! and attended me execution
I
pi" commando units constituted
Tiferefh Israel
Sets Confirmation
i ifirmation at Tlfereth I-
( jregation will be held in the
6500 N. Miami ave., on
. 7:30 p.m.
I abbi Nathan H. Zwitman will
riate, and Cantor Abert Glantz
\. chant the liturgy with the as-
s 'anee ot the synagogue choir
t the direction of Mrs Irving
i rido.
! r iception will follow in the
at ball. The confirmands are
ses Ronelle Astor, Lenore Benn.
:i Burses. Judy Harris, Ro-
(w: He Lerner, Eleanor Querido and
a Rosenberg.
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"a slaughterhouse on wheels." said
Justice Musmanno. While the of-
al purpose of the commando
units was "to protect the rear ot
the German army in occupied ter-
ritories," that duty was called bj
the American judge as "just a fa-
cadi
The principal purpose of the
. sal pen," he said, "was to
1 rob them ol proper-
ty." Eichmann, he testified, at-
tende I th i original Nazi m teting
i irpose -a .i- pelled
ler, he said, recruited
stafl the commando units
I to recommendations by
Sometimes, at
Musmanno,
il lea lers mad.' compl i
ml thei i .' ievances concerni d bad
weather, and the fact
soil prevented them
. mass {raves lor the
xecu '. Jews.
G'-neral Schellenberq told him.
Justice Musrrt2Pno said, that com-
mando unit leaders who refused
to participate in the mass mur-
der of Jews were excused from
such assignments not for rea-
sons o* human:ty but because it
would have been "inefficient" to
try to force officers to do a job
tney were net willing to perform.
Justice Musmanno was the first
witness called to the stand this
morning by Attorney General Gid-
. in H a us i '. chief of the prosecu-
tion. But it was not until after a
lengthy argument against the rele-
vance of Mussanno's evidence, en-
by Dr. Servatius, that the
erican jurist was permitted to
stify.
Trying hard to get the court to
disqualify Justice Musmanno as a
witness. Dr. Servatius contended
that anything the American juJge
would say would be irrelevant to
the current proceedings. Dr Ser-
vatius maintained that: Justice
Musmanno was not in Germany
.hen the events concerning the
court here occurred: he is not a
Jew concerned either directly or
indirectly with the case before the
court:"' the fact that he interro-
gated Marshall Hermann Goering.
Heinrich Himmler and other Nazi
leaders is not valid as far as this
court l- concerned.
Mr. Iiausner, replying to the de-
fense objections, told the court
that, since Bichmann's Nazi super-
iors are dead, "it is important to
hear what they said about the ac-
cused to a person who carried out
an objective investigation." The
court ruled that Justice Musmanno
could stify on all matter.-, except
those concerned with cases he tried
j- a judge.
Justice .Musmanno had personal-
ly questioned not only persons who
had been close to Adolf Hitler, in
an effort to ascertain whether Hit-
ler had really died; he had also
on.zzed the leaders of the Nazi re-
gime who had survived the fall ot
the Hitler Government; he had
been the official United States ob-
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server at the Nurenberg War
Crimes trials. Later, he was judge
in the case trying former members
of the Nazi commando units in
charge of murdering Jews prior,
to the establishment of the annihi-
lation camps.
The American judge testified he
was told by Joachim von Ribben-
trop. Hitler's Foreign Minister, that
he resented Eichmani terfer-
ence in foreign ministrj affairs, de-
c aring: "I am sorry I al Hitler
gave Eichmann so mu > m riortty
' regarding the pro '- Jewish
extermination." Justice YIus
no testified that 1 Nl/1
Governor in Poland, had I
rider lesti ning thai l m-
plaine to Himmler, reque
., h s aughti if Jews i
However, Frank ha I sai
mler was verj I usj wil i
affairs an I recommen I I that I
Nazi G ivernor \ Eichmann n
stead. Frank th. n told Justice
Musmanno he had seen E ehmann
on the Jewish exterminati
lem, "but Eichmann wou d noi
in Ige."
Anoher cf the top Na-.i lead-
ers, fcrmer Gestapo chief Ernst
Kalter.brunner, told him, Justice
Musmanno test;fied, that Eich-
mann was among the men "who
ran the Jewish extermination pro-
gram." When some "cooler
heads" in the Naxi apparatus ob-
jected to the German Army s
shcoting of captured Allied air-
men, Justice Musmanno said, it
was Eichmann wtio had insisted
that fliers of Jewish descent be
killed.
Under cross-examination bj Dr.
Servatius, Justice Musmanno held
his ground insisting that the main
responsibility for the annihilation!
of the Jews was Eichmann's. and
that the latter "was practically un-
answerable to anyone tor the policy
of Jewish extermination."
'Did Reichmarshal Hermann
Goering try to divest himself of;
responsibility by placing the blame
, on a minor official?" asked Dr.'
Servatius.
"On the contrary," replied Jus-
tice Musmanno, "he made it clear;
that Eichmann had unlimited pow-
er regarding the probiem ot the
; Jews. Chronologically, geographi-
cally and biologically, it was Eich-
mann who determined who, where,!
when was to be killed."
When the defense counsel tried
to get Justice Musmanno to con-
cede that various documents, mem-
oirs and judgements had blamed
other Nazis for the annihilation ol
the Jew. the American judge re-
plied: "That is undoubtedly true;
but the instrumentality was always
Eichmann; he determined In what
order and from which countries
these executions were to be car-j
ried out .
Dr. Servatius tried to break down
the Musmanno testimony by asking
whether some ol the people he had
interviewed might not have named
Eichmann to absolve themselves.
, He also hinted that Musmanno
1 might n o t remember accurately
all details of the interrogations heI
; had held after the war. Justice
Musmanno insisted, however, that
some of the Nazi leaders who in-,
\ criminated Eichmann were not
I even defendants in subsequent war
crime trials.
William G. Mechanic (left), Miami Beach hotel owner, be-
comes new chairman ot the Miami Beach South Shore Hotel
Assn., taking the gavel from Joseph M. Rose, hotel owner
who has been chairman of the association since its organ-
ization in 1953, as Ray Redman (center), executive director
looks on.
South Shore Unit Elects Mechanic
Willian ('.. Mechanic, owner of
-sex Hoi er Miami
hotels, ..- unanimously
nan I I b e Miami
S iuth : H tel \-:i .
ml Miami Beach
Soul hot '
Mechanic succe Joseph M.
owner o: th Royal Palm
:. chairman .....
which was organized in 1958 as
the hotel divisi n I th W shing-
ton Avenue South shore Assn., ac-
'i Hay R-, li ian execul
Mechanic is a Ion ttl ie resident
of Miami Beach, past president and
I on irary life pres lent ot Beth
Jacob Congregation, and member
of the Miami Beach Planning
Board. Thirty-two hotel owners
elected to ser\e on the board of
nors with Mechanic and Red-
man
They are Joseph M. Rose, Da-
vid Diamond. Louis Lechner. Larry
Handel. Leo Radoff. Sidney Kess-
ler. Ben Delnick. Arthur Feigeles.
Dr. M. Goldfield. Sigmund Wein-'
traub, Norman Greene, Abe Okun.
Seymour Yaeger, Gilbert Menaker.
Al Nash, Harry Schack. Bernard
Zarrow, Ruth Schwartz. Victor Sil-
verman, Irving Kaplan. Gusl
Schwalb, David Tamen, Harry Kat
zen, Leon Alexander, Lou Zarch,
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Sunday. 10 a m
All persons in Civil Service are
Invited. Guest speaker will be
Harold Brow n. chairman of the:
Civil Service Board of No. Miami
Beach.
In charge of further information
is Bill Niven. 830 NE 179 st.
Charles Kahn. Norton Weinl
Harold Kramer. William Flan
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DILEMMA OF TEACHERS
Jewish Educators Flay
US Aid to Parochials
Continued from Page T-A
teacher collect graduates was
only li11le more than !00, cf wham
anavhalf remained ir. the field up
o five years, whila 75 percenf
droi>;t'c out af'ir five /ears,.
leaving an anm il a MM o-\ to :he
taaching force c' 25 to 30. Tha
situa ion was further affected by
mortality and retirement.
The "ache"- shcrta ive in
ioi metropolitan Jewish c
, ll more severe in the sub-
U anlial number of cities an.I towns
Ivith Ji isb pop ila I I 00 >r
hi fir. Lown reported. Teachers
fa-ere ; lnctant to take j >bs in sue i
[communities where chances of j:
ncement were reduced, iie said
Ipari rri *he gap was bema filled I
I k Ass "ciation's r >acher Exchai
[Program, througli which almost
llOO teachers will be brought to
l nited States from Israel this year
h i. '.ear service Jeriods.
we
w. -i
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| Israeli teai h i our >l
Kir. Lown t "Six mil-
Dion Jews in the United S
(should not only be able 11
their i v n needs ;' il proi id<
\v '.. pet onnel foe ther Jewish corn-
I in the Diasp >r i He ut-
I the follov-1 \ pr 'gram to
el the teach* r shortage:
The estab jhm t of a ma
foundation for arships for
k n e r.ien and oung women
llebrew Lead : A -rt'-s Commission Law anc
classes to listen to one teacher
simultaneously; 4. Over-all Jew-
ish community planning so that de-
nominational facii.ties. teachers,
and even pupils are pooled.
Reviewing the problems facing
Jewish education i the United
states, Isaac Toubin. executive di-
'- i lor Hi the \ss< (i iti >n .'. -lared
that the family ;.. ir ich to Jew-
ish learning h;. to be revived if
Jewish education was to have any
i [fe five an.: -...:. ance.
A situation had developed where
instead of the p..: ivin^j suf-
ficient knowledge to exercise an in-
fluence upon the child, it is the
child, out ot his meager learning,
who is today exercising a Jewish
influence on the parent."
It was not only essential to ex-
Piind adolescent Jewish education
on the high school level but to
intensify the Jewish education
of the adult. Toubin reported
that he had discussed this pro-
posal with ten major national
Jewish organizations engaged in
ac'uSt education and, as a result,
it was recommended that a Na-
tional Ceunc:! fcr Jewish Educa-
tion be established to organize
adjit Jewish education institutes
throughout the United States.
A! an earlier session the ques-.
lion of such aid had been discussed
with opposing view, being ex-
pressed by Dr Leo Pfeffer, diree-
tor of the American Jewish Con-
Rabbis Support JFK Proposal
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
has gone on record as favoring
President Kennedy.-, proposal for
Federal aid to public schools.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. chairman
of the church-state committee of
the Association, announced Wednes-
way that the organization also "P-
poseii 'any Federal grant-in aid to
private or parochial schools."
The Rabbinical Assn. resolu
pinpointed this opposr.. it a
din d grant or an iadii 11
or a sub ;::ly by w:>\
est or no interest Loans by the i
ral government.".
Cautioning th3t "separat-on of
church and state is guaranteed
by the First Amendment cf the
Constitution and bolstered by
scores of judical decisions," the
resolulion indicated that "it has
traditionally been the response
bility of religious orders ... to
provide for the religious educa-
tion without governmental sup-
port ."
In recording it^ support of the
Kennedy p Irea Miami's
. declared th il public sch i .1
ition in the States is
gravelj lat e I i>\ th i
lack i ilities, by
an : by
the ii verai sta is
to solve their : roblem wil I
I ederal aid "
State Attorney Richard Ger-
stein will be guest speaker
at regular Friday evening
services of Congregation Ye-
hudah Moshe. Services will
ba dediccted to members of
Women's American ORT.
Gerstein will discuss "Faith
in a Changing Time. '
Senior Citizens
Map Conference
Second annual Senior Citizens con- i
ference sponsored by the Greater]
Jewish Community Center |
will take place on Sunday, June,
11. at the Miami YMHA. 450 sw!
L6 ave., it was announced by A.1
Budd Cutler, president.
Several nun:red de [ates from
the four Senior Citizens clubs spon-
sored by the Center at its various
branches in Dade countj will at-
tend seven workshops which will
be conducted on that day.
|r impaign to in and train,
wish public scho teachers in
(Jewish education; I Use of undio-
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he favored Federal and State aid
to parochial schools as long as it
did not involve any "unjust unrea-
sonable control." But Dr. Pfeffer
saw this stand as reflecting "a will-
ingness to barter the freedom ot
Jewish education for the fleshpots
of Federal funds."
The conference elected Philip W.
Lown as president, and Samuel H.
Daroff, Philadelphia, as chairman
of the board
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Bureau of Jewish Education Will Hold
Annual Meeting and Exercises Tuesday
Judge Milton F. Friedman and Mrs. Fanny Reich have been
designated as co-chairmen of the B'nai B'rifh District 5 conven-
tion. June 4 to 7. at the Americana hotel. Seen with Judge
Friedman and Mrs. Reich are Miss Edvth Fleischer (standing
left) and Dr. Nathaniel Glickman (rear) convention coordin-
ators. Judge Friedman will be installed as president of B'nai
B'rlth District 5. The district includes Maryland, the District
of Columbia, Georgia, the Carolinas, Virginia and Florida.
Mrs. Reich will be installed as president of the Women's B'nai
B'rith for District 5. succeeding Miami's Mrs. Gerald Soltz.
District 5 Confab
Lists Committee
Jidge Milton A. Friedman, presi-
dent-elct of District 5, B'nai B'rith.
and chairman of the organization's
June 4 to 7 annual convention here.
has appointed his convention com-
mi::ee.
The committee, aiming at what
promises to be the largest district
convention in the history of the na-
tion's oldest Jewish service or-
ganization, includes:
Chairman, Judge 'Friedman;
convention coordinator, Nate Glick-
m n n; registration chairman.
Charles Lilian; registration co-
chairman, Samuel Weiner; publi-
city. Nathan Perlmutter; ticket
salt-. Irving Schatzman; ticket
sales co chairman. Jack Fink; at-
tendance chairman, Charles Seia-
vitch; hospitality chairman, Moe
Fcir.gold; hospitality co-chairman.
Eli Hurwitz; physical arrange-
ments, Arnold Ellison; and souve-
nir.-. Jack Wilson.
T're convention is scheduled for
the Americana hotel.
Adath Yeshurun Dance
Temple Adath Yeshurun will hold
its annual dinner dance at the Se-
ville hotel on Saturday, June 17,
at 8 p.m. Temple and Sisterhood
officers will be installed Mrs. Mor-
ris Cohen is in charge ot reserva-
tions.
Riverside Tells
New Dividend
Stockholders of Riverside Bank
have approved the recommenda-
tion of the directors to declare a
20perce.nt stock dividend on Friday
which is the bank's twentieth an-
niversary. The bank declared a
33 and one third percent stock divi-
der! in 1954, and a 25 percent stock
dividend in 1949.
Rivanido Bank was opened on
May 19. 1941 by the late Calvin
Oek. with 28 accounts totaling $49.
117 'a on deposit.
'-.- )f April 12. 1961. the date of
Technion Gives
Degrees to 613
A total of 613 degrees were award-
ed by the Technion-Israel Institute
of Technology in Haifa last week,
according to word received here
by the American Technion Society.
The Bachelor of Science degree
was conferred on 477 graduates,
while 62 graduates won Master of
Science degrees, and 18 received
a Doctorate in Science
Since its establisment as the only
university-level technological in-
stitute in Israel, the Technion has
bestowed undergraduate and gradu-
ate degrees on more than 4,000
men and women.
In the Greater Miami area. Tech-
nion is represented by M. A. Bas
kin, chapter chairman, and Dr.
living Lehrman, a founder of the
Society and a director for many
years. Secretary of the chapter is
Mort Fellman.
Other Miamians participating
are Mrs. M. Baskin. Shepard Broad.
Samuel Frommer, Mrs. Morris
Franklin, Samuel Friedland, Na-
than Kuskin, Bernard Rodins. Mar-
cellius Staley. S. A. Volpin. Max H
Levinson, and Mrs. Martin Wohl.
, of Hollywood.
The 20th annual meet;;-..- of the
Bureau of Jewish EducSHSh will
be held Tue.-duy evening at the
Di Lulj hotel.
The meeting will feature the
graduation exercises of the Cen-
tral Hebrew High School of the
Bureau, installation of Bureau of-
ficers and'officers of the PTA
Council, and first presentation of
licenses tor pic seta srs in
Jewish schools.
The exercises will salute the
13 anniversary of the State of
Israel, with a dramatic salute to
Israel; sor.js by the graduates,
under the direction of Cantor Wil-
liam Lipson, of Beth David Con-
gregation; and an address to
qraduates by Leo Mindlin, execu-
tive editor of The Jewish Florid-
an.
Diplomas and aw arr's will be
presented by Herbert Berger, as-
sistant director of the Bureau, and
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. newly-
elected president of the Greater
i Miami Rabbinical Assn. Graduates
include Flaine Bass. Pamela Beck-
man. Enid Bolker. Marcia Cohen,
Barbara Cypen, Elaine Edelman.
Mark Granoff. Carolyn Gray. Jes-
sica Hurwitz, Edith Kaufman.
Phyllis Kellner. Myron Mass. Linda
Millar, Frank Miller. Rita Pollack.
Dianne Resnick. Martin Saft. Bar-
bara Toback. Richard Vogel.
Louis Schwartzman. Bureau
executive director, will preside
over the graduation exercises. In-
structors for the graduating class
at the Hebrew High School are
Rabbis Morris Horovitz. Albert Got-
tesman, and Shimon Azulay.
The business part of the meeting
will include the election and in-
stallation of Bureau officers. The
slate will be presented by Benja-
: min Myers and includes M. A Bas-
kin, president; Leo Robinson, Jo-
seph Cohen. Mrs. Louis Glasser
and Mrs. Joseph Duntov. vice presi-
dents; Melyvn B. Frumkes, secre-
tary. Judge Frederick Barad.
treasurer: Louis Heiman. Max Mei-
sel, Benjamin Meyers, Matilda H.
Ratner, past presidents; Sol Gold-
man, honorary president; Harold
Thurman. Harry Simonhoff. Joseph
Duntov, Ehiel Lesowoder, honorary
vice presidents.
Officers of the Bureau will be
installed by Samuel J Heiman.
of the Greater Miami
Jew:-h Federation.
Irvirg A. Kati, principal of the
Miami Beach Senior High School,
will install officers of the Coun-
cil of the Parent-Teachers Assn.
of the Bureau. They include Mes-
dames Samuel Hirsh, Beth Sho-
lorn, president; Milton Feller,
Temple Emanu-EI, Norman L.
Harrow Temple Menorah, Law-
rence Scherr, Beth David Con-
gregation, Edward Zifter, Beth
Torah Congregation, vice presi-
dents; Leon Eisenman, Tifereth
Jacob, secretary.
;',-: presidents are Mesdame-
Bcnjumin Green. Temple Emanu-
EI; Max Handshu. Beth David con-
gregation; Charle- Rosenberg.
Temple Judaea.
The annual meeting will also
celebrate Hebrew Teachers D a y.
proclaimed nationally by the
American Assn. for Jewish Educa-
tion. Sol Goldman, chairman of
the Bureau's Board of License, will
present the first preschool teacher
licenses under t h e Bureau's re-
cently-approved Code of License to
Ray Berman. Naomi B. Brandeis.
Carol Cynamon. Rivka Fearnley,
Jeanette Goldberg. Shirley Gold-
berg. Gertrude Golden. Doris Corn.
Rebecva Kay. Audrey Lederman.
M. A. BASKIN
Sandra Levy. Ruth Peaick
nore Richman. Reba Rodman :.
trice Saal. Jane Schulman. B-ii
trice Selditch. Rebecca Stern
Wank.
Meyer A. Baskin. Bureau ;
dent, wili conduct t h e business
meeting, which is schedulcc-d :>
conclude with a supper snack Tick-
ets for the meeting are available
at the office of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, 135 NW 3 ave. Misi
Sue Berkowitz is chairman of i:
rangements for the annual ;;;.;
ing.
the last comptroller's call, accounts
numbered over 18,000. and deposits
had increased to $22,528.028,08.
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United Fund Names New Executive;
Foster Has Long Record of Success
Assistant executive director and 1936. Foster helped to direct five
(r-rnpaiga director of one of the ftaJkSuceessful annual drives which
tion's most successful United Funds i r_aised a total of over $50 million
been named executive director for mere than 100 Allegheny county
<: the United Fund of Dade Coun-1 affiliated agencies. Last year, the
ty, it has been announced by UF : Pittsburgh Fund raised S10.G17.622
sicient John B. Turner. or 100.1 recent of the set goal.
He is Edgar M. Foster, of the A native of Grand Rapids. Mich.,
United Fund of Allegheny County. Foster began his fund-raising < a-
\ ittebUTgh, Pa. He will assume his recr in Michigan in 1945. later Join-
ing the Indianapolis. Ind. Chest as
campaign director, and was subse-
quently named assistant general
i. anager in 1952. He joined the
Community Chest of Allej heny
County in 1953 as campaign direc-
tor, lie played a key role in plan-
ning the campaign program when
the Pit United Fund was
: formed in 1S56.
i ..es here on June 1.
Foster succeeds Roy F. Kitts,
who reserved as executive direc-
tor of the Dade County United
fund in February, 1960, to ac-
tfrt a position in California. Di-
recting the Fund's activities in
-i">e intorim has been Arian J.
Hoffman, acting executive direc-
tor,
As ass slant executive for the
s campaign director of the Pitts- j Pittsburgh UF in i960. Foster as-
sumed expanded responsibility for
general administration ot the I'F in
addition to his responsibility as
campaign director.
In the past 15 years, the new Mi
' ami UF executive has participated
ir. United Community Funds and
Councils National and Regional
Conferences as a speaker, discus-
sion leader and instructor.
i gh UF since its formation in
Tunisia Leader
Attacks Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
i ; owers. and quickly, there will
i ( new wars around Palestine Per-
- not today or tomorrow or
i i next year or ten years hence.
ere will again be an armed strug-
; ( in the Middle East. For 130
ars France thought they had a
I rench Algeria, but this only led
ar and bloodshed. And only
i will a just solution emerge,
I has in Algeria."
the evening, following t h e
t ess luncheon, Mr. Bourguiba was
1 < guest of Secretary-General Dag
to Dade county
narskjold at a dinner here to (,.;ncfS cra.. activitieSi Inp,. t0
all permanent representa- |ntg oJ mtTVS._ nd movleS-
let to the United Nations had been
vited. Among those invited were
chad S. Comay, Israel's per
poir
"The entire camp will have an
Hebraic atmosphere, and the camp
phere." according to Herzl Honor.
director.
Kosher lunches, prepared in the
, new kitchen, will be served. He-
: r"fCrl k ,'L Teshe> PreMJ,ent of brew tutoring will be available.
Assistant Cashier Appointed
e Bank of Dade County, has an
ced that at the last board of
rectors meeting James G. Wilson
elected assistant cashier of
"h< bank in the Installment Loan
lepartment.
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Guricn Assures Kate
On Presidents BzJy
JERUSALEMiJTA) Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon gave as-
surance this week that his recent and much criticized joint declaration
with American Jewish Committee leader Jacob Blaustcin did not mean
any chang< in his cooperation with m Conference of President- of
Major Jewish Organizations. Th< s usually called the Pi --
idents' Conference.
The assurance was given to
Label K.-.-.7 president of the Pres- tween th< Presidents' Conference
iden:.-' Conference, who sent a Israel representatives
cable to the Prime Minister ex- '..- 1 say it was only mean- to
pressing regret that the Prime Min- remov< misunderstandings. I am
confident of continued cooperat
During World War II, he was
commissioned in the field while
on combat duty with the 32nd
Infantry Division, U.S. Army, in
the Southwest Pacific and was
wounded in action in New Guinea.
He held the rank of first lieuten-
ant at the time of his retirement
in 1945.
Married and the father of two
<: conquest: it says here we are
and here we stay. This problem j
i annot be solved by negotiating de-
lails. So long as there is no agree-
ment on these fundamentals by the
.ii ws who have come from Central
Europe, the existence of Israel is
in doubt. The whole matter will
keep on festering in the Middle
East.
"As the result of the lack of cur-' children, Edgar Jr. and Laura,
tint stability, the lack of equilibri-1 F,os'er 1? a Ma-Cn and a member
urn will continue. All the frustra- oiJ*e Amcr'can Legion. Pittsburgh
t ons of the refugees, all the dif-' affll>a,">ns include membership in
cultfes of the region including the !tne s'' clair Country Club and the
rax with which Communism has:Pl,,sburph Personnel Assn.
pi '. trated. all these are the re-j General campaign chairman of
of this trouble in the Middle I the 1962 Dade County United Fund
Easl j drive. Edward F. Swenson. Jr.,
if no solution will be found by joined Turner 'n welcoming Foster
IDGAR FOSTER
26 Graduates Will
Be Commissioned
By Special Report
NEW YORKTwenty-six Jewish
graduates oi the U.S. Military Aca-
demy al West Point, the U.S. Naval
Academy at Annapolis, the U.S.
Merchant Marine Academy at
Kings Point. N.Y., and the U.S.
Coast Guard Academy at New Lon-
don. Conn., will be commissioned
at the 1961 commencement exerci-
ses at those institutions.
ister had made his statement with
. .. 'understanding between us in
a leader of one Jewish organization aecordance with your assurance
at a clo.-e cooperation on which j
Israeli matters with the Presidents" part "
Conference.
your
fully reciprocate on
The joint statement reaffirmed
one made in 1950 by the two
Jewish leaders in which Mr.
Ben-Gurion declared that Israel
had no intention of interferinp
with the internal affairs of other
Jews, that emigration was a
matter for personal decision and
that Israel would do nothir.-j that
might undermine the security of
American Jews.
Golda Feted
in Sweden
Continued from Page 1-A
"a certain other neighbor," pre-
sumably a reference to Morocco.
Mrs. Meir said she regretted the
fact that the SAS airline discontin-
ued its flights to Israel in 1958 but
declined to comment on the respon-
sibility for the decision. She added
Mr. BenGuricn replied that the
joint statement was only a re-
affirmation of the 1950 statement
and was not meant to detract "in ,
ns. according thc slihtcst from tnc accomplish. ft^ c om sneaaaeo
to the Commission on Jewish Chap-:mcnts and the important rolc of j Israe^ hoped the fhghts would-be
laincyol the National Jewish Wei-. tne Prcsidt.nts- Conference." He
tare Beard. added that "the American Jewish
Among four Jewish midshipmen Committee had compla;ned of
to be commissioned June 7 as en- statements recently made by some
signs with the 1961 graduating class representatives of the Israel Gov-
of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy ernmer.t which were considered in-
at New London. Conn., is Richard compatible with the agreement. I
resumed. She also said that after
July l, Swedish citizens will not
nei (! a visa to visit Israel. Such
visas will be issued to Swedish vis-
itors without cost on their arrival.
The Israel Foreign Minister was-
honored with a Government dinner
Menorah Plans
Summer Camp
Tempie. Menorah will have a sum-
mer day camp from June 19 to
Ar..L .. for children three years old
and up. Facilities of the new air-
conditioned social hall will he used
for serving lunches and all indoor
activities.
The camp will feature swimming
instruction, games, sports, songs.
i ent representative here, and ^1 lrrov.de an opportunity for
Mrs Comay. However, they did children to enjoy Jewish experien-
attend the dinner. c '"./' r('l5xed' P,e*88n ,aT,mos'
A. ApplePaum. of Miami Beach.
The eight newly commissioned
Jewish second lientenants at the
U.S. Military Academy, the eight
newly-commissioned ensigns at the
U.S. Navai Academy, the six newly-
commissioned ensigns at the U.S.
Merchant Marine Academy, and
the four newly-commissioned en-
signs at the Coast Guard Academy
will each receive personally in-
scribed copies of the Bible from the
JWB Commission a! special bacca-
laureate services arranged by the
Jewish chaplains at the academies.
The services and presentations
arc part of the year-round religious
program provided at the academies
by JWB'S Commission on JewisTi
Chaplaincy, The Commission, the
officialy-authorized body for re-
cruiting, endorsing ~and serving
Jewish chaplains in the U.S. Armed
Forces, is composed of representa-
tives of the three major rabbinical
bodies in this countrv.
.repeat the statement did not con- at which Foreign Minister Osten
Unden declared that Israel's resto-
ration was the answer to the at-
tempts oi the Nazis to obliterate
the Jewish people from the earth.
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should have no bearing on the
fruitful relationship existing be-
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elected president of the Greater
Miami Accident and Health Assn.
at Betty's restaurant last week.
The Association is the South
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nal Accident and Health Under-
writers, with headquarters in Chi-
cago.
Levy is past president of t h e
King David Lodee of Free Sons of
Israel, past president of the Great-
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Israel, and now serves as district
j deputy for Florida of that organiza-
j tion.
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Club of Miami Beach, he is now
\ executive member of the Demo-
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president of the Dade Men's Club
of the American Jewish Congress,
and a member of the Civic League
ol Miami Beach.
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The ten-story "tower of research and learning" to be built on
the campus of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of
Yeshiva University. The building, for which ground was
broken on May 7, will be known as "The Ullmann Research
Center for Health Sciences." A gift of S2.000,000 toward estab-
lishment of the building was made to the college of medicine
by Mr. and Mrs. Siegfried Ullmann. of New York City. The
Ullmann Research Center for Health Sciences will contain
research institutes devoted to human genetics, biophysical
sciences and cell biology, as well as facilities for extensive
programs in mcny other sciences.
faculty lo be Honored Miamiail Wins
16 Youths Will
Conduct Service
Sixteen boys and girls will con-,
duet services at Temple Judea on
Friday as part of their graduation
r exerdses from the Hebrew school.
Parents will present the floral
offering at the pulpit in their honor I
and will host the Oneg Shabbat to
follow.
Graduates ar Eric, eon of Dr. and
Mis. Qeor&i Balber: Aithur, hod <.f
Mr. ;.nci Mr* Alexander Barkowttt;
Carole, daughter of Mr .>i"i Mrs. A
l>;i\ id c; ildln -g: h. nry. w-n "t Mr.
and Mrs. I'avld lw nberg: Carol,
daughii r Mr. an.1 Mrs, Marvin
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Bruce, n of Mr. and Mis. Joseph
MoHkowltz; I-..vi 1. eon iif Vr. 'nil
Mis Johi..h Nevel; Keith, aon of Mr.
:ind Mr* l.i la I Inohol. Michael, son
>f M>. ami Mi- Herbert Roue; Steven,
Ron .,f Mr, and Mrs. Manuel Serkln
Robert. si of Mr. a, <] Mis. 1 lavld
Bhubow; T11I. son of Mr. and Mrs
M011 p Hlh 1 Howa d non Mr
anil Ml'K. .-"'.vMnir Simon; Marvin,
son of Mr. .,-,.' Mis Jai -" Mark,
-mi .f Mr and Mrs. Irving Suasman;
and Judy, daughter ol '' and Mis
Prank Tuback.
The Brotherhood will presenl
awards to Carole Goldberg, who
i has just returned from the national
: Bible contest in New York, where
she was among the top five win-
I ners in her category, and to Kod-
ert Shubow.
On Saturday evening, services
will include the continuation ex-
ercises with
officiating.
Three Jerusalem jockeys ride a free-trunk to the finish line at I
the Bet Ha-Yeled, Bakka, a sleep-in nursery for underprivileged
youngsters sponsored by the Mizrcchi Women's Ciganizction
of America. The nursery, recently moved trcm B'nei Brak,
cares for 50 youngsters between the ages of 3 end 6, referred
bv SAAD, the Israel social services agency.
Special Service At Beth Am
part of the Shavuct
Temple Beth Am will have a
special service Friday. 8:15 p.m..
the annual cotilhon
sei ce, i
ball for the
Rabbi Morris Skop 1961.
to honor the confirmation class of confirmands will be held Sundaj
Teaching faculty at Temple
Emanu-El religious school will be
honored at the congregation's an-
nual graduation exercises Friday
evening at the closing late service.
Special tribute will be paid to the
staff's senior members, Mrs. Nao-
mi Brandeis, nursery school super-
visor, who has served for 13 years,
and Mrs. Miriam Anisfeld. Founda-
tion School principal, who has
taught at Temple Emanu-El lor 12
years.
Sterling Opening
Summer Season
David Rosnrr. ewrer of the Ster-
ling hotel :r. Miami Beach, has an-
iciineed the June 15 opening ol his
dimmer season, which will last
through Y 0 m Kipper. Sept. 20.
Leading Orthodox rabbis have been
among guests at 'he Sterling.
A private saiidy beach, lounge
area, and Olympic swimming pool
for daytime relaxation, and plan-
ned entertainment programs as-
sure a continuous round of relax-
ation and diversion at the Sterling's
oceanfront location in Miami
Beach, according to Rosner.
The Sterling is situated an the
oceanfront. is fully air-conditioned
and centrally heated, and with
every facility for comfort and con-
venience.
Location of the room determines
the rate, with top rate for ocean-
front accommodations. The Ster-
ling is operated on the American
Plan only, serving two meals daily
and prepared according to strictest
dietary laws.
Guest may request calorie-free
and salt-free diets, as well as other
"special dishes."
M'CHAEl
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ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE
1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722
ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR
SYNAGOGUES A JEWISH HOMES
We Carry Bar Mitzvah Records
GM Scholarship
A four-year General Motors col-
; lege scholarship has been awarded
j to Michael N. Misheloff. outstand-
I ing student at Ml-
{ ami Senior High
: School.
Michael is the
son of Mrs. Mol-
ly Misheloff, of
235.6 SW 15 St..
Miami. He plans
, to enroll at Cali-
fornia Institute of
Technology to
ma.'or either in
mathematics or
' physics
He i- presiden: o
tics 1 oni rary society, member of
the National Honor Society, and the
boy's Service Slub. He also won a
varsity letter in swimming.
Michael received the coveted
GM award on the basis of natio-
nal competitive examinations
taken by over 21,000 high school
seniors earlier this school year.
Michael's "leadership qualities
and scholastic achievement" were
instrumental in his selection by
a group of nationally-known edu-
cators.
The scholarship is among 100 an-
: nually through national competi-
: tion by GM as part of its more than
$5,000,000 a year program of aid to
: higher education. Some 304 addi-
tional scholarships are awarded di-
i rectly each year by a select list of
colleges and universities.
Michael was one of 30 students
chosen from throughout the coun-
try to attend the Summer Mathe-
j matics Camp at Florida State Uni-
versity last summer. He has won
several mathematics awards.
Members are:
Elaine Brennar, Stephanie Glaub-
man, IJnda Green, Carol Hausman,
liianne fcTeldltch, Shelley Slmaon, Jane
Stone, Susan Htahl, Bunlce Tall, Ira
Jret-n. Mark Freeman, Itulicrt f'ra-
gvr, Donald Warahaw, and Roger
Angel.
A feature of the service will be
: a cantata, "The Seven Golden But-
tons," by Rabbi and Mrs. Ira
JEisenstein, performed by the Beth
Am choir. Mrs. Herbert Baumgard
j will conduct, and Cantor Charles
i Kodner and Irving Wolf will be
Choir includes:
evening.
Beth Sholom Will
Confirm Youth
"Bar Mitzvah of Israel" will be
the theme of this year's confirma-
tion service at Temple Beth Sho-
lom on Saturday evening at 7:30
p.m. The following will be con-
firmed:
Christine Stephanie, daughter of;.
Mr. an.l Mrs. Frank Alter; Klizaheth. I"arralors-
daughter -f Mrs. Efetelle li*nach;
Stephanie Joy, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Berger; Lealle, son of
Mrs. Ann*- Blane; Beverly, daughter
"l Mi. and Mrs. Irving Hreakst.-n. .
Andrea I.e., daughter ..1 Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Conn; Ira Andrew, son of
Mi and Mis. Max Plener.
l.ester, son of Mrs. Dorothy Fried-
man; Stuail /.., s..n of Mr. and Mrs
Morris i;ro> Milan; Tobl, daughter ol
Dr. and Mrs. i.eo Grossman; tvank- Aw Forte Ba$e have been invited
lin. son of Mi and Mrs Na' Holt/.- to attend.
Bernlce Anapol, L**nre (ioldsteln,
Mariana Bailer, I'earl Stegel, Bather
Herman, Grace Salem, Hetty Kout.
Annette Belaky, Dorothy Wolf, Anne
Albel, Dena Hyer. rt:ta Abbot. Alayne
I'Vldman. Hose Ashh's. Kinl!" Kane,
l>o\i GUIs, George Kramer, Jay I.e-
shaw, Wolfie Rose, Herman lala, Stan
Mayceaohn, and Stan VVauina.
Servicemen irom the Homestead
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's largest & OMtit
Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew & Sunday Schools.
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ISRAELI SIFTS AND NOVELTIES
417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017
Formal confirmation
held on Sunday, 10:15
will
a.m.,
be
as
Essen to Head
Temple Judea
Annual installation of new of-
man: Sheldon, ran of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Isaacs: Gall, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Kain.ihai; Laura
Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Kaplan; Steve .v. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hern an Krelnbi
Itonald, -on ol Rabbi and Mis. I., on
Kronish; Phyllis, daughtei of Mr*
Kelda I.' \ ii. I: ichell, daughti i ol Mi
and Mrs. David Levy; Larry Selig,
son "t Ml and Mrs. Joseph Lipsky;
Randy I.... son of Mr, and Mis Phil-
m1; !;;:;'m,:'^',1,^^,'';'!;, br" rf!fice"of TemPUi Judea wlu b<- ""
Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrr- Tuesday evening, Mav 30. at a din-
MrV MVanXewS '......' Mr' B"d ncr an(i Carol >.,., daughte. ol Mr. and Mra Di* 2* Lehrman Will be guest
Henrj iJlenky; Sara, daughtei of Mr speaker.
o;i'1Nh-,^,:;,,M^,"aV,!rw^:''1,;^ wjp sajow.tz w.ii in.
vld, s......f Mr. and Mrs. Michael s'a" ,hc tollowing officers for 1961-
Rossman; Kir hard Pierce, son of In. 62:
and Mis. Norman Runs, Steitnen son n,_ c -j .,.
of in and Mrs Lester Sart.fi fellen Ben Essen, president; Victor Rei-
Irene, daughter of Mi and Mrs. Sam- ter and Buddy Weisel,
uel Shapiro; Alan Wayne, son of Mr
and Mrs. Nathan Slegel; Sandra I...-
daughter Mrs. Rub) Slutsks
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
N.W. 25th St. at 103rd Ave.
TU 5-1689
"The South's mosl beautiful
Jewish Cemetery"
Coral Way Branch Office
HI 4-9849
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Women Founders
To be Honored
a
noon,
Mrs Elise A. Adams and Mrs.
Mac Gache were to be honored at
tribute luncheon on Thursday ami Jewish Community Center" was
vice presi-
dents; Dr. George Balber, record-
ing secretary; Irving Philipson. cor-
responding secretary; Meyer A.
Baskin, financial-secretary; Sidney
Richman, treasurer; Mrs. A. Da-
vid Goldberg, Sisterhood president;
Charles Rosenberg, Brotherhoed
president.
Essen is a past president of Mi-
at
the Fontainebleau hotel,: a trustee of Hilie'l at tteTnive'rs'uy
of iUstU Tm^I0' ,lY, board f Miami' is Past master of H>b.s-
?..ir"Stt? of Mt Smal Social Singles Affair
B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
hold a "night club" affair for
single adults on Saturday evening
at the Balmoral hotel.
acting as hosts.
Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Gache
double founders, each has contrib-
uted $100,000 to Ml. Sinai Hospital
Dan B. Ruskin is luncheon com-
mittee chairman, and Mrs. A Her-
; bert Mathes is co-chairman. Also ,
taking part in the program were J '
Gerald Lewis, president; Max Oro-!
vitz, chairman of the board; and '
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chairman
ol the development fund.
Lodge, and past dis
trict deputy grand master of 18th
Masonic District of Florida.
Mrs. Maurice Waldorf is in
charge of dinner dance reserva-
tions.
SUMMER DAY CAMP
Ages3 Years Old June 19th
and Up August 11th
KOSHER^ LUNCHES SERVED
Swimming Instruction Sports Games
Singing Dancing Crafts, and Trips
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Slender Fragment of a Much Larger Literary Vision
DAWN. By EMe Wiese'. Translated Irorrr the Fre-cn by
Frances Frenaye. j? pp. New Ysrk: Hill and ^a-g
141 Fifrh Aye. $300.
"QAWN" is Elie Wiesel's first book. His se<
^ "Night.'" which preceded :n American public-
was reviewed here last October. A strong, poignant
about the loss of God and death of dignity in a child at
Auschwitz, it was flawed only by the very intensit> t
the point it made, for as '.he degradation oi the child in-
creased, he was able to communicate his suffering in
terms which became more 3id mare bestial and less SI
less human, and the delicacy and identification of the first
half lapsed into the sheer!;, physical portrayal with w
Overseas Newsletter: By EUAHU SALPETER
- (a M much more dlff cult to resi ~
Dawn" is something less thai Strictly s| .-
is a novella, it has neither the >P*
to be classified as a novel. It makes its ?s.nt clearly
perhaps too clearly, in the ?er.-e that '.here is little ampli-
m. There is not much to che> on. in short
Briefly, the story is this: EUsha. who had been the
child at Auschwitz, now eight I < member .: j ter-
rorist group (presumably the Stern Gangi in Palestine,
waits through a long night fcr th vitable dawn, when
he must execute a captured British officer. The offl
is a hostage that is to say. innocent whose life -
fe : for the execution by the Britis Jewish prisoner
E .-.. who is sensitive to t..... I strangeness, is
Fundamental Consequences of Eichmann's Trial
Jerusalem
CROM THE TORRENT : ords and
oceans of horror that poured forth
curing the first weeks )f the Eichmann
trial, the shapes of the fundamental is-
sues and consequences b sgic i emerge.
For most of the correspondents, the
first days of legalistic arguments about
the competence of the judg lividually
and jointly, and of the court is ich, were rather uninterest-
ing. However, the ruling >t the c:urt. finding itself com-
petent, after the arguments raised by the prosecution and
the defense on this subject, resolved, as far as 1-r^?: .s
OH the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIK
About Education
IS EDUCATION an antidote tJ
prejudice? On the basis of a
survey made for the American Jew-
ish Cam mitt ee by Prof. Herbert
Stember, jf Rutgers University, the
answer is a resounding "no."
Forma! education alone, we learn
from the survey, is not apt
change ;eep-roo:ed prejudicial at-
titudes towards minorities In fact, better educa
individuals, it seem-, are more likely to reject social
contacts of more than a casual nature with members
of a minority group. are less apt to har-
bor traditional stereot Lit minority gr
Does that mean it despair ol
an m-trument of m i : conduct
iwer here is not a cate= tional n
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become the greater
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how social gains hi
neverthele-- imental q si
which must be ..- cation ca
its maximum contn
tkms.' what he apparentlj meant was ther .-
iar re-examining the pel luestion of educal
tor what.
Our elders, it s -he proper ton-
It was not enough e a son into knowledge,
but into avodah. service [t was not enough to in-
culcate a son with belief but with piety. Torafa
those days was always coupled with avodah A man
could sit endless days aver tome and absorb its con-
tents, yet he was derelict if he failed in more in.
tant testsdedication, service, piety, mercy, human
warmth, concern for the poor, the humiliated and
the unwanted. Torah and Avodah were one. insepa-
rable, and there was notearing them asunder. Mere
erudition was no virtue, an element incidentally that
was bqsic to the rise af hasidism. which was not a
revolt against learnins-as is erroneously often said
but a striving for "tikkun" through service.
The purpose of education, professors were won*
to say in our college days, is to prepare the youth
for living in a changing world But judging from the
confusion of our time; it would seem the educators
have totally failed in their purpose. If sixty plus
years of education in the twentieth century have
failed to eradicate the madness of prejudice, it is
time to admit either that education is no antidote
to idiocy or that our educational system had broken
down in its most vital aspect In any event, the need
is to re-examine both our educational system and
educational purpose.
1 a very fundamental, aim
The defense claimed that the laws nor the
State of Israel existed when the del.: .....ed his
.rimes The prosecution claimed, however, that generall)
accepted rules of society super.. i formal legislation.
When the first man was tried for patricide, there was n i
law on the bcoks forbidding anyone to kill his father, the
Ct that society sentenced somebody for such an act. ac-
y established the law. This i? a very important paint
mly as far as history of la wis mcerned but also for
the understanding of the very meaning of law itself
Ruling themselves competent per- mally, the judges
rejected the defense argument that the court muse be
"neutral" between the defendant and the alleged crime
The judges must be neutral between the defendant and the
prosecution; but. if they were neutral between the defend-
ant and the crime, they would not be tit to judge anybody
for those crimes.
But important points began to emerge not only from
the legal aspect but also from the substantive one. As
far as the world was concerned, the trial was apparently
becoming a much needed reminder of where human cruel-
ty ar.d blind obedience to rules and commands can lead
Th.- was particularly important for Germany it-elt. where
the well fed. prosperous citizens running after higher
wages and profits developed to new heights the known
German quality of forgetting the truth about then own
Day in and day out. the Gern ... n iw have to face-
reading their newspapers, i: the radio during
nch and watching teli veningtheir
)wn horrendous past. It is to be hoped that parents and
teachers, who for 16 years .....it aboui
> ars, will n ha\e I .-.- the |
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force* them to face s thai
whicl void
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proaches when he must, literally
into the cellar to kill the ma
ghosts of his past revisited. Although
draw the lines too heavily, his
tion in which Israel increasing!
morality within a political context forced to sin
todav's world, on today's terms.
'by and figurative!, 4!
in. the book ,,:,;
Although Wie.se:
dilemma echo-.
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Elisha. who had "believed that the mission of A. i
was to represent the trembling of history rather tha 1
kind which made it tremble." tries to hate the En!u
man. so that his action will have more meaning. W
my people have never known how to hate Their -ra*!
throughout the centuries, has stemmed from theirinakfcl
to hate those who have humiliated and from time to>,
exterminated them Now our only cham
you. in learning the necessity and the art of hate' r>2
. our future will only be an extei
and the Messiah will wait indefinitely for
What is at stake, one senses, i- the much larj
t.on of the ethics of Sinai pitted again-' .
pnatism. But Wiesel did not
lem he post his hero is too much haunt
of his past really to grapple with thosi
it stands, the book would have made a good
irg r work, aid although this is rather a back-fan
way if r. I Wiesel is too good a
himself with the -mailer vision.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWA*
The Messiah Coming
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CONNECTION with the celebrate
of Israel's independence, a Helm
weekly recalls a strange spectacle nan
ing the proclamation of the Jewish Sc
13 years ago: a tree in the Mean Shears
ection of Jerusalem or. which hsq
oaves of bread A pious Jew had M
he bread on the tree, fulfilling the Ii-
mudical prophecy that when the MM*
comes, baked bread will grow on trees
Twenty years ago. almost every three or fourmorii
a new Messiah would be sure to pay a visit to the natutt B
offices of the Zionist Organization in New York. The fe
brew scholar. Dr. S. Bernstein, who was then editor j!is B
Yiddish organ of the ZOA made it his special province 3
receive and interview these obsessed people
One time, a Messiah came in escorted by ElijJ
pbet. The Messiah him.-elf i spineless
little. But the Proph<-
iusIj lynamic Dr Bernstein re thetwUfB
gracious
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Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOUR
Things Get More Complicated for Israel at UN
QFFICIAL CIRCLES in WashU
w visualize a difficult situation t >r [-.
rael in the United Nations This con
elusion is based on the results of the
voting at the last UK General Assembly
on the Arab resolution against Israel The
resolution demanded the establishment
of LN custodianship over Arab refugee
property in Israel, and was stronglv op-
hvSel yr U,ni,ed Statw Nevertheless
by the General Assembly
where a simple majority
Republic. Cameroon, Madagascar, both Congos. (
Dahomey were among those who voted against
resolution.
Which shows that not all African countries re^
under Nasser's influence. With all this. ".n j*iT'
becomes clear that the Arab bloc in the UN c/,M-
count on the Soviet bloc and on votes of some
he AM'
\0i
tral" countries. This creates a situation where'
.v s special political
of votes is required.
was adopted
committee.
It was defeated a few davs latr
ever while not getting the necessa
resolution drew 44 votes
How-
ry two-thirds vote, the
<2
no longer expect to win in the General Assembly l*^ u
-ary two-thirds majority for its proposals Tj[e\rabs iU
e-pecially serious in view of the fact that '^ship li'
Preparing to make another effort on the c5.IWCp0.ember
M t some
bstained. Even countnes IZ Llan *&** *hUe
Gu.nea-which receive aid from ri.'hana- Nl^r,a *
in the General Assembly vn3 f"*[^T ?mm* thM
On the other hand, sue," co. &%***
ue when the General Assembly reconvene
The Arab request oould probably boomerang a
of the nations which support it. It could lea'
requests for establishing a VN custodianship ; ^ ia !ndia
"-r .a to sin,,ut
It could lead w
Yugoslavia'
abandoned or taken over in Poland. Yug0.lTAr3b re^I
Pakistan and other countries which voted for tn ^ c0It.|
lution. This will definitely make the ia *vw*
plicated.


I 1
Friday, May 19, 1961
-Awls* Fk>rSdli nn
Paqe 15- A
Priority Jewish Role
During the Civil War
xi ;**
Bv ALFRED H. PAUL
Bn Sunday,' Sept. 8. 1861. Mi-
efaat. Mitchell Allen, 30-year-old
Jfcii.irielphia-born cantor. re-
ed to his tent in the encamp-
,t of "Cameron"s Dragoons."
nion Army outfit known of-
Bally as the 65th Regiment of
H Fifth Pennsylvania Cavalry.
was a cold day. Allen rubbed
H frozen hands, took up his pen,
Tened his diary, and wrote:
T
.
r I
W'Arose at 5:30 a.m. Very cool and
^Wtf' ratine- fast of Gcdaliah.' Did
^t 'jsi. noi feeling able to ii<' si .
id service at 8 o'clock. Lectured on
ce and Harmony." All the officers
companies were present under
Hnmand of Lt. Col. Becker and
mU'- -H m their uniform looked very
iel.
"Cameron's Dragoons" was a
Hgiment recruited and organized
B/ Jews. Its commanding officer
Jras Col. Max Friedman, of Phila-
Jlphia. Most of the 1,200 men
Id officers were Jews. It was
Imed in honor of the Union"s
fecretary of War, Simon Came-
tn When the "Dragoons" went
tc encampment in Virginia,
tar Washington, they elected a
pplainto serve the entire regi-
>nt, non-Jews and Jews alike.
h chaplain was Michael Mit-
fell Allen.
He tried to teach the soldiers
reasonable, ethical respect
Ind reverence for the Deity,
9-betTence to superiors, lectured
the evils of camp life, did
' 'ear to mention such sub-
sets as sex and desertion, com-
srred hi-nself as a man of God
ettino, en example to men of
III religions.
BTwo weeks after Allen's "Feast
Gedaliah" entry in his diary.
be encampment was visited by a
MCA worker. He discovered
that the Chaplain was a Jew. He
was horrified He wrote to the
very Secretary of War in whose
honor the "Dragoons" were
named. Secretary of War Came-
ron passed the matter on to
George D. Ruggles. Assistant Ad-
ju'ant General of the Army. Rug-
gles issued an order, stating:
Any person mustered i iti scrvict
as c chaplain. u>ho u not a regutarlv \
ordained clergyman of a Christian
denomination, u'lll be at onct dis-
charged without pay or alU wanci."
Allen, heart-sick because he I
knew such an order would come
forth after the YMCA man's com-
plaint, had" already resigned by
the time the Ruggles order had
come down through channels. His
excuse: "ill health." The cour-
ageous young hazan from Phila-
delphia knew he had no chance
because, in fact. Congress had
closed the doors to any Jewish
Chaplaincy in the Union Army.
When Abe Lincoln's Congress had
passed t h e Volunteer Bill, for
raising t h e Union Army, that
measure included a clause on
Chaplains But the clause re-
quiring the naming of regimental
chaplains stated clearly that such
a chaplain must be a "regularly
c retained minister, of some Christ-
ian denomination."

A- of this writing, there are
57 fulltime Jewish Chaplains in
the armed services of the United
States oi America. All have been
trained ar.c'. ordained a.- rabbis
the seminaries of the three
American Jewish denominations
Reform. Conservative and Or-
thodox. The Jewish Chaplains
are under the supervision of the
Commission of Chaplaincy of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
During World War II. 311 Jewish
rabbis served as fulltime Chap-
lains in our armed services ur>-
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lerusalem children, learn about the wonders of plant life trom
a counselor at Kfar Batya, Mizrachi Women's Children's Vil-
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financed by Mizrachi Women's Fresh Air Fund, which pro-
vides outings, weekends, and brief vacations for underpriv-
ileged youngsters from congested neighborhoods.
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currently being published bv The
Jewish Floridian in comtnnr.or-
anon of the Jewish contribution
to bo:h sides of the struggle in
the War Between the States.
The nation is this year observing
the centennial anniversary of the
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der ih< supervision of the JWB
Chaplaincy Commission. In all.
the beginning of World War
II American trained. Ameri-
can-ordained raobis have served
..- I ..,-. ne Chaplains in the U.S.
d services.
We '.ike the Jewish Chaplain
fir granted now. But it took a
good dea doing to reverse the
Congressional Act of 1861 before
Jews became eligible to serve as
Chaplains.
When Allen quit the "Dra-
goons," Col. Friedman saw he
would have to take a different
tack to get a Jewish Chaplain.
Legally, Allen was unfit becase
he was neither a Christian nor
an ordained clergyman. Com-
plicating his case was the fact
that he had been commissioned
an officer by his regiment and,
thereby, subjected to military
discipline. Col. Friedman se-
lected as his regimental chap-
lain a Dutch-born preacher at
Shearith Israel Synagogue in
New York the Spanish-Portu-
guese Synagogue Rabbi Ar-
nold Fischel.
Being a civilian. Rabbi Fischel
to apply directly -c the Sec-
retary oi War for his commission.
He d:d Cameron turned him
A campaign was launched
the Volunteer Bill so
that Jewish chaplains would be
permitted to serve.
F r the first time in its history.
the Jewish community in the
": it< States had an issue (n
h i1 .ew';: take a common
stand. The Jew was a soldier,
the Jew was a taxpayer, tht
[ficially a full citizen with
ghts, But Chaplaincy .:.
the very armed services where
Jews were fighting and dying
that was denied t h e American
Jew by Act of Congress.
The Jewish attitude on the is-
sue was firm, forthright and ex-
pressed both loudly and with good
logic. Unfortunately, there was
not yet unity in Jewish organiza-
tion. The Jewi-h nrp=s vttn '-'-
ble. but not all of it supported
Rabbi Fischel as the individual
who put hmiseii- oui on a um*i .*>
t a test case. Many Jewish
r derided the newly formed
'. of Delegates of American
insisting that t h e
. arrow j.roup. not
rep:-
the Board
ead it urmally appoint-
schel as its \o\i
in Washington ,to work for re-
ieion of the Volunteer Bill.
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Meanwhile, petitions ilooded
Washington. And not only Jews
signed those petitions. In Balti-
more alone. 700 Christians signed
a petition to Congress circulated
by a non-Jewish member of the
Maryland Legislature.
In Washington. Fischel present-
ed his arguments for a change in
the law to virtually every mom
ber of Lincoln's Cabinet. He was
not given much encouragement.
Finally, he reached Abraham
Lincoln himself. On December
13. 186!. a letter signed "Yours
truly, A. Lincoln.'" was sent from
the White House to "Rev. Dr. A
Fischel The letter read:
i art sett al partii
i ;t lau' m
bi deficient
ch 1 now design l
. ., nmttti i i C.
| me a law I
..: i> .iisirt..
., .. i behalj (f tht Israelites."
The President made good 'on
his pledge, lt took many more
months, however, before the law
was amended. Many Protestant
clergymen opposed an amend-
ment, and many members of both
Houses of Congress were either
lukewarm or hostile in their at-
titudes.
It was not until July 17, 18M,
that the issue was resolved
finally. Congress interpreted
its older "Christian" clause to
mean: "That no person shall
be appointed a chaplain in the
United States Army that is not
a regtlarly ordained minister
of some religious denomina-
tfoit" (emphasis supplied).
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The back of officially sanctioned________________________________
igious discrimination in the .--e crcuit court cr the
had been broker, seventh JUD.C.AL CtRCU-T or
Jews were e.igible for appom:- ;c.\ty. in chance c>
ment as Chaplainsif their qua: No. 61C 4936
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 4935
SHC I.I V JEAN BUTLER,
Plaintiff,
J< Ml H RUDOLPH BUTLEH
i t f- ndant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
Y r. JOSEPH RUDOLPH i UTLER,
i very, 1 lublln, North i
... by required to -: ^
i-, 5 yo ir anawer to < mplalnl
fin dlvorc* "ii plaintiff's attorney
, M. Barnes, Ho.nn "<: 10 S.a.
Miami. Florida, I r. or I -
r 20, 1961, otherv i>- a de-
I bi entered agi Inat you. .
n.- nth day ol May, l!6l.
LEATHERMAN,
k of Circuit Tour;
B} HELEN KESSLER.
f:ca: rabbis were othenvist
.ri crc.cr
Dr. Bertram Wallace Korn. ,
:v.cr o: the definitive historical
.can Jewry and
War' to whom this writer ;'
IA E. 1 WAS.
fl
WAS.
. '
CRDER TO APFE<.<=
: >\\ RD BANAS ttB
Indbi rgh Htti Del
h, reb) red to
..f your to a
is ind or material emplo; : divorce .1 :i.fr.s
jn this ri< salthough m,
irees were also used) has
writti t, for the Ann:
\il War years "<
pressed the cxreriences and les-
and pain of generations.'"
Amer.can Jewry.'" noted Dr.
Krrn. ""had been, in 1860, inchoate
and immature, uncertain Of its
needs and unsure of its strength,
almost completely unprepared tc
solve the most elementary of its
problems." But. during the War
years. American Jewry learned
__and it grew to maturity. As
the great American historian. Al-
lan Nevins. stated in his introduc-
tion to the magnificent Korn stu-
dy:
"It was primarily becaus-
r determined energy that the
p emerged from
war with their rights and irri'muni-
d acknowlc. g<
.for their dwi 1
l d< .
they hi mi
1] Americans."'
, m Ba 1 m t Bi n ::"-'.
Mian :
rial with iii' of thia
fon thi SMh daj "f
or 1 efault
. .'OU.
VI ami, Florli II Is nth
LEATHERMAN
f c circuit C
HELEN K : -- .!:!..
uty Clerk,
.31 6 :'-9
IN TWE C'RCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVEMTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLCR;DA IN AND FCR CADE
CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 61C 5040
l E B. MARSHALL,
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v .: MAKSHAI.I-
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Friday, May 13, ^
Super
Spy
By MAX LERNER
New that the CIA is being overseen and overhauled from every di-
rection with every kind of expert being brought in to make a diagnosis
there remains only to call upon British Secret Agent Jame> Bond and
his creator Ian Fleming Given what Bond has been able to do in more
than a hall-dozen super-assignments over'the course of as many years,
he should find ibis one a lark and have it wrapped up in no time, tortur-
ing a few men and making one or two women happy as a natural by-
product.
1 was not surprised to learn, from a piece in Newsweek, that two ot
Fleming's most enthusiastic fans are CIA head Allen Dulles and Presi-
dent Kenne:'.y-in fact, that Kennedy calls "From Russia. With Love
vi.v of his ten favorite books, alongside Stendhal. 1 it Kennedy goes on
handing out li-ts of his favorite reading. I may lind myself wishing thai
J -enhtmer and his faceless Westerns were back in the White House).
I say I was not surprised because it confirms a suspicion 1 have had,
namely'that the whole operation of the Cuban landings was carried out
under a Chief Executive who is not at all the icy mechanical man he is
depicted but reallv a political romantic and at heart a frustrated sleuth.
-ir- -&- --Cr-
AS IT HAPPENS I have read all of Ian Flemings books against my
better judgement and with harsh consequences for my dream life. 1
don't know what is in us that makes us crave this stuff. I was responsible
years ago for one of the early pieces flaying Mickey Spillane for his
mixture of sadism and violent sex, yet there are scenes in any one of
Fleming's books that are scarcely distinguishable from Spillane except
for being more cerebral, and the sexual athleticism of James Bond can
enly fill the male reader with envy, just as it probably fulfills the dream-
lile of the author.
1 once spent an evening with Fleming, at the home of a Jamaica
planter and politician. It was before I had read any of his books, and
he seemed to me only a flip, witty, and bored Englishman with a kind of
perverse charm and an outrageous capacity for studied insult.
Since then I have come to respect his enormous resourcefulness in
ringing changes on an infallible formula, his sure sense of what will
fascinate and terrify the reader, his contriving of hairbreadth escapes
fjor Bond from situations that terrify you even when you have utter dis-
belief in them, his feel for delineating revolting opponents for Bond, his
intrusion of beautiful and mysterious lady spies, and his capacit yto de-
scribe the intricate workings ol an organization.
& -&- -&-
SUCH AN ORGANIZATION was the Russian spy-ring Sniersh.- and
I was sorry when Fleming liquidated it and replaced it in his rather in-
ferior current book, "Thunderball" (Viking), by -Spectre,'' which oper-
ates only lor profit and plunder and not fr political passion. My favo-
rite Bond story is "Goldfinger," and next to that "From Russia. With
Love." I guess 1 preferred the Smersh stories because I like to read how
perfectly organized the Russian espionage is, and then to find how one
Britisher singlehanded can outwit, outkill, and outendure it. Obviously it
gives me hope for the CIA. if it had such a mentor.
But I am not certain that Fleming (and Bond) are in tune with cur-
rent trends. They followed Russian technology pretty well during the
early books, and inevitably (in "Moonraker" and the current "Thunder-
ball") they turned to the shenanigans over atomic weapons. But in-
stead of moving upward into space, Thunderball" takes the reader
downward to the floor of the Caribbean, where teams of divers stage a
battle of aquanauts when obviously the time has come for Bond to look
into treachery among the astronauts. The man is losing his touch.
I am troubled by another thought. I have been reading in the papers
about a fellow called Blake, who held down a job in the British Foreign
Office for nine years while he fed to the Russians all the important
papers he could lay his hands on. Then came the damming fact: Blake
was even in for a time in British Intelligence, probably working under
the meltable M. who is Bond's boss and who moves in a Kafka-like shad-
ti\\-world. Reading about this put a disquieting thought in my head. If
Blake could have been a CommuniM all this time, then why not Bond.'
In fact, why not M. himself? In a world where no sinister posibilty is
excluded, the world of the super spy, where dare we draw a line?
to -& is
EVIDENTLY THE CIA bosses of the Cuban invasion felt the same
way, and excluded no possibility. That is why men called "Bernie,"
'Frank and 'Happy" rounded up 17 anti-Castro volunteers and im-
prisoned them in a camp in the Guatemalan jungle at Peten for eleven
weeks until the invasion was over, presumably on the ground that some
of them might be Communist agents. This world of superspies Is one
in which you take no chances with a suspect, even while you are taking
the wildest chances with a whole operation.
I don't mean to deride the CIA. nor am I foolish enough to believe
that a modern state caught in the cold war can dispense with organized
espionage. What I do deride is the notion that a few adventurers called
''Bernie." "Frank" and "Pappy," probably with the shadiest of notions
about men who believe in ideas and fight for them, can be trusted with
an operation that has to be ideological if it is to be anything.
It may be time for Kennedy and Dulles to drop Ian Fleming and
read Mao tse-Tung.
Canada Will
Welcome Gurion
Continued from Page 1-A
the close and friendly relations
which have existed between our
countries since the founding ol Is
rael will continue to grow. The
visit of the Prime Minister is re
garded as a further step in thai
d'rection."
.\H. Pearson told the House: i:-.
recent years. Canada ha- received
many very distinguished visitors,
but none I am sure have been
given a warmer welcome than will
be given Premier Ben-Gurion. not
only because of the distinction ol
his own achievements but because
he represents a State which has
achieved a vast amount "I pro-
gress.\e democracy in the Mi
East, and one which has very close
and friendly relationships with 111
own country and our own people.
We hope this visit of Premier Ben-
Gurion will make even stronger
those relationships.''
On behalf of the CCF, Mr. Argue
said: "The announcement of the
Prime Minister is most welcome.,
We are very pleased that the Pre-
mier of Israel has agreed to come
U) Canada. We acknowledge his
great efforts in building a democ-
racy in Israel. We acknowledge tnt
great social experiment that is j
being conducted there, and I am
sure the ties between Canada and !
Israel will become even stronger
because of this visit."
'Honor Mothers'
At Beth Sholom
"Honor Mothers of the Year" of
; Temple Beth Sholom selected by
1 a committee of past honor mothers
at Special Mother's Day services
last Saturday were:
Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Sister-
hood president; Mrs. Benjamin
! Mandell. PTA leader in charge of
I childrens' breakfast; and Mrs. Jo-'
; seph Otchin, treasurer of PTA.
Escorted to the pulpit by their!
1 children, they each received a cor-
sage of orchids from Mrs. Wolfie
Cohen, Temple's "Honor Mother"
ol last year.
Rabbi Leon Kronish is Beth Sho-
lom's spiritual leader, and Herbert
C. Bloom, is educational director. I
Mrs. Joseph Pardo is PTA presi- i
dent.
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Strolling musicians playing Straus melodies for guests dining
under the stars gave- a distinctly continental flavor to the party at
1 ie home ol Lottie and Emil Morton Not too surprising, since
the beautiful Lottie was a star of operetta in Vienna before she
came to the United States to make appearances on TV and in
motion pictures Interesting group of people and stimulating
((nversation sparked the evening The Gabriel Heatters plied
w:th questions about the situation in Cuba Lee and Dr. Arturo
Di Fillipi giving a preview of next year's opera season and the
Oriental costume opera ball being planned Other guests were
the Bill Greens. Virginia looking lovely in beige chiffon and white
lace Lillian and Bob Turchin. she m a French import of
printed chiffon Ruth Kupper. the Ralph Shores, the David
iJcchbergs, and .Mr. and Mrs. Abe Scbonfeld, Beryl so attractive
In white sequined print sheath Also Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lap-
idus and the Melvin Grossmans, both well known architects.
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In Jane Fisher's party for the premiere of "La Dolce Vita"
at the Roosevelt Theater on Tuesday evening were Mr and M
A! Clark, of Pine Tree dr. .
While the Mao Lev; s and the Martin Sm lbs visit Nassau, the
senior Smith (Helen and Milton) have a tiny house guest grand-
sen Steven. 1 .
Its no luxury visit that Edward Wcxlor is planning for his
three-month stay in Israel Intends to live and work on a kib-
butz Edward and his parents. Martin and Estelle Wexler,
came here from New York nine years ago He attended Colum-
bia Grammar I'rep School and then the University of Mii mi.
where he became a member of AFPhi Except for the two
years in Germany with the Armed Forces, ho ha> spent all of his
summers at Silver Birch Camp in Massachusetts, first as a camper
and then as a counselor He sails for Israel on the SS Zion
June 9 ... On his return, he will be associated with his family in
Martin-Burns Sportables.
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A steady round of showers and parties keeping bride-elect.
Arhne Kaplan, on a social whirl ... A china and crystal luncheon
at the Algiers carried out the theme with pink umbrellas and fat
Little cupids aiming arrows at the unwary Hostesses were Mrs.
ten Diamond. Mrs. Bernard Pallant and her daughter Ronnie (Mrs.
Lynn) Fromberg, whose husband is twin to Arlyne's future hus-
Th'e week before. Mrs. Chester Krone entertained the bride-to-
tu and 20 of her friends at her home, and the week alter. Mrs.
George Talianoff and daughter Susan (Mrs. Rubin), gave a kitchen
shower Still to come is an unusual records brunch for 10
couples, Miss Susan Beldner. hostess Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Kaplan. Arlyne and Malcolm Fromberg will be married
jur.e 11 at the Eden Roc.
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Dr. Abraham Wclfson, founder of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum
lor Adult Education, has three grandsons who furnish him with
plenty of material for bragging William and Thomas Shapiro,
(wins, are graduating with highest honors from the Spartanburg.
S C High School in June Bill received a four-year academic
scholarship to Tulane University Tom, 10 minutes older, got
the National Merit scholarship to Harvard University Brother
Steve, oldest of the three, also graduated with highest honors two
vears ago and was offered four scholarships ... He chose the
University of Pennsylvania, where he is presently majoring m
science .... .
Other young people accumulating honors are Constance J8CK-
son. who auditioned for the Tanglewood Music Festival as soon as
she received her Master's in piano from the Juilliard School of
Music, and was accepted Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jack-
son, of 1919 Bay dr.. she'll spend the summer in the Berkshires.
performing and studying at Tanglewood ...
And Barnev. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kogen. finishing
his freshman year in the school of business at Tulane University m
New Orleans has been recommended for a Fulbnght scholarship.

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Micmi, Florida. Friday, May 19. 1961
S< on B
Seen admiring the refurbished Parkway Theatre on Saturday
nifcht before viewing the magnificent moving picture The Royal
Ballet." Mr. and Mrs. Ben (Anna Brenner) Meyer- and Mr
Mrs. Jack Gordon ... c
Hal Pearl. Jewish Floridian columnist, on vacation at Swan
Lake, N.Y.. not wishing to be a non-conformist, writes Having
a wonderful time" Loves the nippy air and high peaks ol tnc
mountains ... ,,
Alter a honeymoon trip to Mexico Citv and Acapulco. Mr.
Mrs Sydney Mass at home. 932 90 St., Surfside She s tltf
former Betty Ann Patham He's the son of Mr. and Mrs. Josirn
Mass. of Philadelphia, and co-owner of Luau .. .
Joe Cohen .also of the Luau. has been working out dally a
the Diplomat, Miami Shores and Weslview Country C lub but it
is doubtful that his golf game will improve too much Me noes
Uu course the easv way with electric cart and caddy Cai.oy
r,ol onlv chauffers, but plays the shots too .
Adman Bob Hurwitz. so fascinated with art. he s not only
doing several columns m various media, but also uses his oflices
tc exhibit the efforts of local painters He ought to meet Mrs.
Bernard Israel, of So. Miami She had one of her abstracts
hung recently in the National Academy. New \ork t s a fcroup
show sponsored by the National Assn. of Women Artists to which
she belongs Meanwhile, the Israels are on a six day cruise
to Jamaica.
Possible that Stuart Ronald Carlin's Bar Mitzvah, just celc
brated at the Lucerne hotel, will inspire his father, Dan w*"-Rnow."
song writer, to compose a song in his honor Then, not to be
outdone, his mother. Elaine, noted fashion designer, might create
another "New Look" ... .. ,__. ., lK_
The Joe (Castaways) Harts enjoying the **JSLg"
surroundings at King Arthurs Court, as well as U>e superlatiNe
Pretty girls and beautiful flowers Ju*1 S^^ffJlSSKl
The first furnished by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, the
ether by Pansy Fhlwers / One thousand roses thrown from auto-
mobiles carrying the candidates to the Miami Beach Beauty
P*8 Sally and Art Paddor. of Coral Gables, have just joined the
firm of Coburn and Middlebrook Art is immediate past presi-
dent of Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith Son Lynn, h
known as -Butch" at Admiral Farragut Academy Da
Leslie Ann at Coral Gables High, and Jacqueline Mrs. Marvin
Eisenberg, of Gainesville, has the one and only Paddor grandchild
threesear-old Mark,
Members of Beih David Sisterhood practice Cohen, Richard Herold, Jerome Maxwell, Hank
skit, "Dr. Killeh's Secret Megillah," for installa- Rose, Louis Schwartzman Robert Gold ond
lion brunch Wednesday. Left to rioht are Mes- Michael Covin.
dames Seymour Kaplan, Irving Weiner, Sam
Beth David Ladies
Slate Installation
A skit. "Dr. Killeh's Secret Me-
gillah," will highlight the installa-
tion ol new officers lor Beth David
Sisterhood at an 11:30 brunch
Wednesday at the Algiers hotel.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, Belli
David spiritual leader, will install
Mrs. Max Jacobson as president,
along with the following slate of
new officers:
Mesdames Louis Seitlin, Meyer
Forer. Michael Covin and Theodore
Lomaskin, vice presidents; Mau-
rice Danm. corresponding secreta-
ry; Murray Marcus, recording sec-
retary; Harry Stone, financial and
membership secretary; Mrs. Max
Rosing, treasurer; Harold Rein-
hard, advisor; and elected board
members.
The post as president for Mrs.
Jacobson culminates years of ser-
vice to Beth David in a career that
Closely parallels that of her hus-
band, who served five years as
president of the Men's Club, and is
now vice president oi the congre-
gation.
Installation hrunch chairmen are
Mrs. Richard Herold and Mis Loins
Schwartzman.
Members participating in the
comedy skit are Mesdames Samu-
el Cohen. Seymour Kaplan. Mi-
chael Covin, Frank Rose, Irving
Weiner, Jerome Maxwell, Robert
Gohi. Walter Falk. Stai It > Gostel
, r.d Murray Turetskj.
Beth David Sisterhood officers lo be installed Wednesday are
Mrs. Louis Seitlin, fund-raising vice president; Mrs. Meyer
Forer, membership vice president; Mrs. Max Jacobson. pres-
ident; Mrs. Michael Covin, program vice president; and Mrs.
Theodore Lomaskin, school relations vice president.
Tribute Luncheon to Honor Mrs. Soltz;
Metro Commissioner Gordon Will Speak
B'nai B'rith Women of South
Florida will hold a tribute lunch-
eon in honor ol Mrs. Gerald P.
Soltz, outgoing president of B'nai
B'rith Women. District 5. on Fri-
day noon. May 26, at the Algiers
hotel.
Among those scheduled to pay
tribute to Mrs Soltz will be Metro
Commissioner Alexander S. Gor-
n, Co-chairmen of the luncheon
r.re Mrs. Bernard Supworth and
Mrs. Jerome Robinson.
Mrs. Soltz was the youngest presi-
dent in the 21-year history of the
Filth District, comprising 10.000
women and seven states, the first
district president from Miami in
17 years, and the youngest district
president in the 51 year history of
the national organization.
Mrs. Soltz attended Brooklyn Col-
lege, the University of Havana, and
graduated with an AB Degree cum
laude at the age of 19 from the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is the mother
of three children, Bonnie. 8,
Howard, 6, and Alyssa. 3 months.
Mrs. Soltz is the founder and first
president of the Eleanor Roosevelt
chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
She is past president of the B'nai
B'rith Women's Council of South
Florida, and led in the expansion
into three new Coun-
cils, Sh( is I i and first presi-
; ot i! Naomi group ol Hadas-
sab an! past president ol the Mi
ami chapter of Hadassah. Shi is
presently serving a.- Zionist youth
activities chairman and parliamen-
tarian of the Florida region oi Ha-
dassah, and was recently elected
as the new chairman ol the G eat-
,i Miami Zionist Youth Con.....--
sion.
Mrs. Soltz is a former pro-
of the Southern region ol Junior
Hadassah, and was the recipient
of a Jewish Agency scholarship to
the Summer in Israel Institute in
1952.
she i> a member of the execu-
tive committee of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization Ol Greater Mi-
ami and Oi the executive commit-
tee of the Florida regional adviso-
ry board oi the Anti-Defamation
League.
Mrs Soltz served as Miami cam-
paign chairman of the Women's
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal in 195859. She presently
serves on the board of governors
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration, as well as a member of the
board of the Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice. Sisterhood of Beth David Con-
gregation, and the Federation Ol
Jewish Women's Organizations.
In 1959. Mrs. Soltz was selected
as one of t h e six "Outstanding
Women of Dado County" b) Sho-
lem I. i annual citizen's award
committee.
Beth Shclom
Annual Luncheon
Firsl annual donor luncheon <>f
Sisterhood oi Temple Eeth Sholom
oi Miami Beach will lake place
Wednesday noon at the Coconut
Grov< Playhouse and Restaurant,
and will include the current at-
traction at Ihe Playhouse, "Ma-
jority of One." with Molly Picon.
Mrs, Harvey K. Kramer, presi-
dent, announced that the following
chairmen ol events in which Sister-
hood members earned their donors
will be honored:
Mrs Howard II. Miller, installa-
tion luncheon; Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins, book reviews; Mrs Harry A.
Gordon and Airs. Seymour Silver,
calendar ad journal and director;
wrist watch project. Mrs. Stanley
Levinson; Sisterhood day lunch-
eon. .Mrs i). Murray Sonnett and
Mrs. Charles Silvers; equipment
fund, Mrs. Louis F Snetman and
Mrs. Benjamin Sabin; flower fund,
Mrs Michael Mersel. Chairman of
ihe donor luncheon i- Mrs. Irving
m.
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Friday. May 19.
S61
Thirteenth anniversary of the Henrietta Szold group of Ha-
dassah was celebrated at an installation bruncheon May 1
at the Algiers hotel. Outgoing Miami Beach chapter president,
Mrs. Fred Jonas, was installation officer. Left to right are
Mesdames Fred Jonas; incoming president of the group,
Joseph Alexander, receiving gavel from past president, Emma
Banner; Barnett beckerman, chairman of the day. A musical
program followed, with Miss Kay Harrison as soloist and Mrs.
Olga Bibor Stern, accompanist.
Cardiac Chapters
Install Officers
Members of six Dade and Brc-
v.ard county chapters oi National
I ren's Cardiac Hospital were to
gather at the Deauville hotel on
" rsday for the annual in si
lion of officers for the coming clul
New president' are Mrs W<
en, of the Miami Beach .: ;
and Mr?. Jay Simons, < I
i : chapU r. taking < ei :r
I residents, Mrs. E(
and .Mrs. Lois Frankel,
i-. spectively.
er chapter presidents :
tec and who were to be honorei
dcr their work during the pas*, yeai.
.. with Mrs. Feinstei.n and Mrs.
Frankel, include Phi1'" R->n-,-,'i.
Miami chapter; Roger Grant, fit-
njingo chapter; aol uojuotie,
North Dade chapter; and Ben
Smith. South Dade chapter.
TETLEY
iouse. vh
dent and > chairman: Shirley
Quee- ling secretary: Anna
Sorin B .. corresponding secretary
and chairman; Clara
Eber. corresponding secretary:
Sarah Shapoff, treasurer.
Chairmen are Mesdames Vcra
IZeltzer, Moetzet Hapoalot; Anna
; Seltzer. Child Rescue Fund: Eva
; Kahn. Jewish National Fund:
Esther Brown Culehman. social;
and Goldie Osipoff. sunshine.
Mrs. William Beckwith, outgoing I
president, conducted the meeting,
with reports heard from Mrs. Sarah i
Shapoff. Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild and
Mrs. Eva Kahn. Bon voyage wishes i
were extended Dr. and Mrs. Na-
thaniel Soroff on their forthcoming
trip to Israel.
Program also included a dediea-.
MRS. CMAID fRitD
Mrs. Freed Will
Take Office
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elecu nt of North ; 1
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Wednes( .,. i.: the Dup.mt
hotel
Mrs. Fie id has held of]
vice presidem I fund-raising
president of membership, an
licity director for the Southt.
re;;i( n < f We men's American j
Also installed will be Mesdamei
Donald Sehr.eirier, Norman |
Marvin lur.d and Howard Hc-
vice presidents. Executive bc-jrd
members w;]l be Mesdames M8U.
rice Neu. Morton Drust. Sam Ytr-
ris and Joseph Rocklin.
tior. to Mothers Day. Featured
were Mrs. Sonia Gerbcrt in a read-
ing. Mrs. Mary Stepkin in a report
on her recent trip to Israel, Mrs.
Marion Meyers in a reading, and
Mrs Frances Packar in musical
selections, with Mrs. Olga B. Stern
at the piano.
/Memorial for Mrs. Singer
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will grv<
the invocation and offer a specs!
memorial prayer in memor\ the late Mrs. Dina Singer ai u
open meeting of Greater Miami He
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Friday. May 19. 1961
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Jacob Ladies Fete Mrs. Kaplan
Temple Israel Sisterhood officers were in-
stalled at the organization's 39th annual din-
ner meeting by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, spirit-
ual leader of the Temple. Left to right are
Mesdames Aaron Kanner, past president;
Jerome Halpern, recording secretary; Elmer
Levie. treasurer; Joseph Bulbin, vice president;
Frank Cole, vice president; Dr. Narot; Mes-
dames Joseph Ruffner, immediate past pres-
ident and chairman of nominating committee;
Donald Kobley, vice president; Edward Mel-
nicker, vice president; Henry Nelson, corres-
ponding secretary; Morris Greene, financial
secretary; Sam A. Goldstein, auditor. Not
shown are Mesdames Lewis Gorfine, assis-
tant corresponding secretary; Marvin Tanner,
Beach Chapter
Inducts Officers
Mrs. Lenore Gerstenfeld was in-
stalled president of Miami Beach
chapter of B'nai B'nth Women at
a brunch at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Alfred Reich incoming
president of District 5, B'nai B'rith
V.omen, also installed:
Mesdames Clara Denncr, Jack
August, Jean Goldstaub and Sully
Fisher, vice presidents; Margaret
Fealty, financial secretary: Charles
v olosh, corresponding secretary;
A\ Kitty, mailing secretary.
Mesdames Minnie Solomon, so-
(ial secretary; Sarah Burkin. cor-
responding secretary; Hannah
Gale with, treasurer: Ann Baum,
:ian; Fannie Goldberg, Si n-
Eva Blum, counselor; and
I any Kaufman, parliamenta
Installation chairman was Mrs.
Ann Kaufman.
assistant financial secretary. Directors are:
two years Mesdames Louis Adler, Murray
Apfelbaum, George Berg, Jesse Casselhoff,
Fred Fenton, Henry Green, A. J. Harris, How-
ard Hewett, Jack Krause, William Lee, James
Lewy, Sol Levy, Joel Meyer, Lee Meyer, Jer-
ome Rado, Arnold Rosen, Peritz Scheinberg,
Jules Werner, Stanley Wolff. One year
Mesdames Myron Behrman, Max Cogen, Gus
Feuer, Burton Goldstein, Melvin Green, Albert
Jacobs, Miriam Kobley, Nathan Lee, Philip
Lefkowitz, Mac Mermell, Max Ozer, Mathilda
Ratner, Samuel Schwartz, Lester Russin, Jean
Reichek, Burghard Steiner, Herbert Sobel, Jay
Schwartz.
Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation in a "celebrity night"
| gathering May 8 honored Mrs. Kay
j Kaplan, vice president, as "Mother
ol the. Year," for her devotion to
her family." Mrs. Louis Baida,
president, presented her with a
corsage, and Rabbi Tibor A. Stern
| awarded her a certificate of honor.
Sisterhood also celebrated the en-
gagement of Miss Edna Zimmer-
man, secretary of the congregation,
to Dr. Reuben Efron, attorney, of
Washington, D.C.
At the conclusion of the evening,
Mrs. Baida presented Rabbi and
Mrs. Stern with a gift for their
forthcoming trip to Israel.
Greetings were extended l\ :: :-
ris B. Frank, president ol the
gregation. and Morris Krevat, vice
president. Mrs. Baida introduced
the new secretary of the cdngr -1-
ion, Mrs. Esther Hillman.
Summer Member Luncheon
Coral Gables chapter School 1 o r Mentally Rctai
Children will hold a summer n i
bership luncheon and fashion
on Wednesday, at lh< Ml u
Springs Country Club. Luncl >n
will be served at 11:30 a.m. Co-
chairmen are Mrs. J. A. Jason i
Mrs. S. Freed.
sunshine fashions
trend setter
In the
south
Pioneer Women
Slate Functions
Coral Gables chapter of Pioneer
Women was to hold its annual in-
stallation of officers at a luncheon
on Thursday, l p.m., at the Park
Lane cafeteria on Coral Way, Mi-
ami.
*
Pioneer Women's Club 2 was
to honor Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Arent
with a larewell luncheon at Hart-
cnist restaurant, 1381 Washington
ave., Miami Beach, on Thursday
noon.
Arent. manager of the "Happy
Go Lucky Singing Circle." has
been actively engaged in raising
funds for the children in Israel in
connection with Club 2.
Mrs. Ma Liftman is president
and Mrs. Abraham Shcdroff chair- J
man lor the function.
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Spring Donor Luncheon
H< brew Academy Women will
hi Id its annual donor spring lunch-
eon and garden party at the home
Broadview dr.. Bay Harbor Island,
OH Wednesday, May 31, at noon.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro is president.
Mrs. Jack Gerson is chairman with
Mesdames Jack Buchsbaum, Shel-
don Dearr, William Goldstein,
Louis Pollack and Abraham Stein-
berg.
Women's ORT Will
Reserve Theatre
Women's American ORT will
take over the Coconut Grove Play-
house on Wednesday for the even-
ing's performance of the Broadway
hit, "Majority of One,'' starring
Molly Picon.
All seats are being sold at regu-
lar box office prices, and preeeeds
will go toward furthering ORT's i
nany programs of rehabilitation ,
training.
In charge of tickets is Mrs. Irv-
ing Tillis, special projects chair- j
man.
Serve Maxwell
House Coffee
Maxwell House Coffee is famous
for its flavor, aroma, and full-
bodied strengththree qualities by
which any coffee is tested.
Maxwell House is popular in
homes where a good cup of coffee
is a "must." If you visit home, it
is probable that you will be treated
with a cup ol Maxwell House. And
if you attend an affairwhether
it is a Bar Mitzvah, anniversary,
wedding or any other happy oc-
casionit is more than likely that
the coffee served will be Maxwell
House.
Maxwell Hoitsc Coffee is the per-
fect coffee for every occasion, serv-
ing it to honored guests, or making
a cup of coffee for yourself. Max-
well House is kosher and parve, of
course, produced under strict Rab-
binical supervision.
For the Shavuoth holiday, as for
every day, be sure you have enough
Maxwell House Coffee, in one or
two-lb. economy size cans. Make
your Shavuot more festive with
ihis fine coffee. S. T.
Guest speaker was to be Jud^e
Kenneth Oka. Arrangements are
by Mrs, Sophie Wei-berg. Singers
were to be Max Owitz and Mrs.
Rose Alben.

Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden, presi-
dent ol Bebe ldclson Club, will
hold a luncheon in honor of mem-
bers who are leaving for the sum-
mer on Tuesday neon at the Of-
fenhenden home. 895 80 St.
Zamora Ladies
Induct Officers
Newly-elected officers and board l
ol Sisterhood of Temple Zamora
were installed last Friday evening.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz officiated.
Mrs. Sam Rabenowich was in-
stalled as president. Serving with ;
her arc:
Mesdames Rose Galton, Irving
Pliskin, Max Greenberg. vice prcsi- ;
dents; Irving Tishman, treasurer; !
Oscar Smukler, corresponding sec- (
rctary; Harold Shu man. recording!
secretary; Edward Solomon, parlia-
mentarian; Samuel Rozecn Sam
Hirsh, Louis Alweiss. and "Nathan ;
Goldy, board members.
An installation pany was given
by the Sisterhood following the
service.
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today, May 19, 1961
+Jefvis> n-cridiar
Page 5-fl
Majority of One1 is Enjoyable,
arm Evening of Theatre-Going
East is East, and Wes* is '.Vest,
r -rmore. there is i good pos-
\ that the twain 'ray meet.
h ; -.> the message of "A Major- I
\j of One," the Broadway hit that
i at the Coconut Grove i'lay-
\ on Tuesday.
When East is symbolized by a
| i vse of Buddhist-Shtr.t) faith,
|r: i West is in the form of a grace-
[ aging Jewish widow from
} t more complicated.
r>re has been a : x\ writ-
about the unhappy "watering
of Judaism in "A Majority
which stars Mo'.'.y Picon
local Owen Phillips produc-
- that it is virtual sacrilege
: ate Shavuot, Sukkot, and the
:th "pagan" Japanese fes-
iwn inclination i> that this
. much too much significance
purposes of "A y of
at best no more than j sinv
comedy of moraU. by L.-mard
- ^lass.
i this heavy-handed view of
-.lay set aside, one or settle
and enjoy a right good pro-
>a. in which Molly Picon does
jSouthgate Unit
To End Season
5 thgate j.'rouP f Hadas3ah will
h its final Oneg Shabbat of the
.- -i on Saturday. 1:30 p.m.. in
11 Recreation Hall of Southgate
I >rs under the leadership of
[. Henry Schwartz, vice presi-
i education.
- Abraham Merar will give
I vocation. Mrs Samuel Gold-
I .sill had the singing. Sha-
v program is planned, Partici-
-i will be Mesdanies David
itos, Celia Kasov, Henry Hersh,
ih Broad, Joseph Goodman,
es Scbissel, Helen Barry, Jo-
Rosenberg and M. L. Am-
E
Rabbi Henry B. Werniek will con-
C his review of "Great Ages
Ideas of the Jewiih People,"
l Leo W. Schwartz.
- Jack Homelsky. hospitality
:nan, is in charge of the BO-
'. >ur that will follow.
Bfl'.-j label
means
It's kosher...
"Ctc-edary"
means
^S-j
<4m^
Aba enjoy
DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE-NUT
MOMEDARY 0RAN6E-MUT ROLL
A\t grocers everywhere
a sensitive job, except that she
fails to project her voice force-
fully.
The Japanese gentleman, played
by Frederic Tozere. emerges just
as intelligently; both he and Miss
Picon run away with "A Majority
Of One." Zir.a Ja.-per. as her
daughter, seems slightly hysterical
an overprotected young vfewrsh
matron still trailing the umbilical
cord. It is either a criticism of her i
acting, or a tribute to it, that some-
thing in her manner continually
rankles the viewer.
James Karen, the young diplo-
mat. Jerry Black, on the rise, is
a contradiction in term-, if we
assume the truth of the truism
that young Jews on {he rise never
make young diplomats in che U.S
Foreign Service unless they
change their names from, say,
Schwartz to Black.
:n a
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EDITH Z/PP
MOlir PICON
Generally, the cast turns
worthy job. and incluaes
Mann as Mrs. Rubin. Molly Picon's
Brooklyn bumpkin, and Alvin Lum.
the Tokyo beatnik houseboy.
n.rector is Jacob Kalish, Miss Temple 'Swim Feast'
Picon's husband If you want so-
cial significance, stay home. It
you want a warm, enjoyable eve-
ning at the theatre. A Majority
of One" at the Grove Playhouse
should be your ticket.
Leo Mirdlin.
Temple Zion Si.-terhood will hold
a "swim feast' on Thursday. May
25, 10 a.m. Hostess is MtS. Fred
Scherer at her home. 8800 SW .51
st. Luncheon chairman is Mrs.
Morris Odessky.
Fashion Writer
Directs Course
The Lido Spa, of Miami Beach,
announce^ the appointment ol M
Edith Zipp as director of the Sp l'fl
Glamour Finishing School a id
weight reduction program.
Clamour Teen is devoted to,I in
age girls who want to learn weighl
control, fashion coordination, hair
styling, dating etiquette, soc il
sports and dancing, facial mja ;
up. and poise.
Mrs, Zipp is fashion writer Eor
The Jewish Floridian and a mem-
ber of the Florida Education Board.
She will head a staff of ten faculty
members. The school is currently
accepting inquiries for the pc*
gram which opens June 25 1) U1
eight-we '< neriod.
Rebekah Lodge
Honors Officer
Sunshine Rebeknh Lodge ) l
hold a banquet in honor of V
'Evelyn Decky, newly appointed
district deputy president.
Banquet will be Tuesday ever ng
at Harfenisl restaurant. Regu! >r
meeting will follow at 25 Wash g.
ton ave.
The lodge is planning a games
party Tuesday evening. May 10,
also at 25 Washington ave.
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Friday, May ig
ranees
dLr-ehman
We
the
Women
VC*AN CF THE WEEK
Sh
. olic com-
feel.ne in her
Notre
Ha riet (Mrs. Milton) Green is the 5 >ungest of seven children.
1-. ., .,.- a child she was mos! in ater sti bi ause -
got v as left over. Sh livi I in a predomlnantlj
South Bend. Ind. While ti ir was a Zionist
I e, s lersell was aot awar i 1 t it. That came much later.
Harr lived a fev blocks from
] on foctball game daj and one
ters would park car* a; \-.-:r house.
jo ten cents a car. When Notre Dame
last year, the par* was
How tunes chai
years ago, Harriel an I h r hus-
i moved to Miami. When her mother,
a P itkin, came here to live Harriet
B\ I i to take her to Pioneer Women's meet-
i She herself was not a member. At one
ting they needed a representative for
Is for Israel at an Eleanor Roose' elt rally.
t one \ -lunteered; Harriet did. and t'.iat is
... she uot started in work thai is today
' ( >se to her heart. She is presently pros-
j: the Greater Miami Pioneer Women.
a ce pre^.dent of the South Florida Zionist
l ..leu Labor Zionist Council, and Eiistadrut.
is calm, nice to look at. pleasant to talk to. Bunny, the
i ir )ld, proves a very good secretary. She knows all the voices
1 a '.. Iton is an excellent baby-sitter. He has been most sympathic.
But Sa "day night is night to howl, and the Greens step out for dancing
he tl eatre. He is a very gocd pianist, and Harriet made a petit-
; t cover for the piano bench in her spare time. It took her three
j rs. Now she is making a French provincial chair for Bunny's room
. years ago. she won a cooking contest becau.-e of her famous
ice- )ox strudel. This was most unfortunate, she hasn't made any since.
SN. has simply been resting on her laurels.
* *
CKIT CHAT
Candlelight Rites
For Randmans
A double ri .
: nited
nd Abi
Maj 11. at the 1
Dr. Irving L h 'man
the 6
dinner folio
Dan.. Mrs :' 5< v' *'
man 7025 : invi ae
was atl 1 -' NIlss
Dale Upton E
she wore a sheath over-
skirt of chantill) md silk or-
ganza, featur ig a s
line with hand-clip]
brief capelet sleeve encrusi I with
: pear!- an 1 se iuins
5he can -'';,_
tis
irn
The room the s
Ni .: '- li? -
B< ach, 1 to :'
Ala His ither, ':
was best man
The new Mrs
uate 01 Mian 1 jh School
ana attend I Em r; L'r.K ersity in
Atlanl : :eived
his degree fr n Ohi 1 Sta e I ni-
versity an I is a r of Zeta
Beta Tau social fratei
The you! % *"ill make their
home ir. Tampa ,vhen the) (turn
from a ,_. 1 trip I :
HARRIET
I
J .
i "they" say to Irv Korach. "Who's that blonde I saw you with
I ''." he answers truthfully. "My wife.' Marjories once dark
now the palest blonde, and she is breathtakingly lovely .
D;d you see pretty red-haired Ethel (Mrs. Hah Hertz, shopping last
week >i the Lincoln Koad Mall? She bought a huge election purse
t:_ enough to carry stickers, posters and such. Also a pair of com-
(cr1 able 'shaking-hand" shoes .
Everybody noticed: Lcis (Mrs. A. Herbert) Mathes wore a darling
k doll hat at the Ml. Sinai Auxiliary installation luncheon. When
h( yearly report as president was given, a movie featuring last year's
v < beginning with last year's installation was shown lo and be
t .in the movie she was wearing the same hat .
Like mother, like daughter. Sylvia (Mrs. George) Goldberg just got
ewspaper clipping from her daughter Bunny (Mrs Wallace) Moses.
\ lives in Albany. It showed her house, one of the prettiest in town.
\.' .'h she had opened to the Garden Club Sylvia is always so generous
abejt letting her home be used. Bunny i> en route here for a three-
k visit .
Did you ever realize when you look at Sally (Mrs. Harold) Spaet
her complexion is absolutely flawless?
* *
HOME AGAIN
The Isadore Hechts and the Carl SussHnds
are home again They really flew around
Rome, Istanbul. Greece, Vienna, London and
Israel. In Israel they went to visit Mike and
Claire Gettinger in their home in Rama! Can
Mike is nearing the end of his two-year assign-
ment with Malben.
They enjoyed hearing about the many-
people they knew here in Miami when Mike
was with the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. It was strange to hear the two Amer-
ican-born Gettinger boys speaking English
with a Hebrew accent. Martha Susskind has
B confession to make. In the famous Blue
Grotto in Capri, everything appeared paler to
her than the deep blue she had heard so much
about and expected to see. Coming out, her
husband said. "Martha, did you really keep
your sun glasses on all the time?"
* *
SPRING IN THE AIR AT WESTVIEW
Dresners Holiday
In Quebec
After b
Canada. Mr. a:: I Mrs Har
ner will live in New York Citj
They were marru I S
May i4, in Rabbi Leon Kronisti -
study in Temple I
The former Marcie Vivian Holl)
was attended by her sister, Mr-
Marvin Rosen. The :: n best
man was Vince Plar.co.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward A. Holly. 6300 SW 62 pi..
So. Miami, the bride attended the
University of Wisconsin and gradu-
ated from the University of Miami
in January, 1961.
Her husband is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Seymour Dresner. 1341 Still-
water dr., Miami Beach. He attend-
ed the University of Illinois and
graduated, cum laude. from the
University of Florida in 1958
\
ms. A3f ;. SANDMAN
1 5eg3 98 ! E Bay Harbo
.Iiami Beach

MRS. HAffOlD DR:-1 f
. gra luate of
ma Twp. H g School, and
1 se ior at Pennsj.....Stati Uni-
: >. is -tii ent-i
High She a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsil
1 lamma Alpha, fine
Her fiance, a gr 1
sylvania State Uni : a
pa l president of Beta Sigma
fraternity, is art suj ervisor
the Dade county sen
associated with Kidi I Mi
CP Auxiliary Dedicates Room
Members ol he Women's Auxili-
irj if the United Cerebral Palsy
Assn, of Greater Miami dedicated
a new medical examining room at
the association's clinic, 1411 NW u
si Wednesday.
The room is a gift from the Mi-
ami, Miami Beach and Parent's
Units of the auxiliary
Precceding the del
monies, the women held "heir in-
ual donor meeting at the clinic,
Mrs. Bernard Kaplan was chair-
man of the event, assisted by Mrs
Donald Barmack, Mrs Leon De-
hirsch, and Mrs. Elsie Holston.
Miamian to Wed
Pennsylvania Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stanley,
of Harrisburg, Pa., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Barbara Stanley, to Tiilman
I. Segal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
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Spring and formals and founders go well together. It was very
at Wcstview Country Club when members held their spring formal
er dance. At one large table were seated founders of the club.
In he absence of the club president. Bernie Wagner proposed a toast
I then. They were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub. Mrs. Fay Albin.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Z Greene, Mrs Hal Pclton. Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
m, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl VVeinkle. Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips, Mr.
a < Mrs. Harold Landsfield. Dr and Mrs. Milton Coplan. and Mr. and
Mrs. M. S. Altmayer. Cocktails, music, and chateau haut brion made
a uinning combination for a delightful evening.

RELATIVELY SPEAKING
Dave and Bertha Phillips entertained at dinner at Westview Coun-
trj Club so that the visiting relatives could all meet each other. Abe j
Beryl Schonfeld's daughter. Nancy, is marrying Bonnet Feldman
7V< Alan Feldmans, cousins from Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rose,
and their children. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rose, were all there. Beryl's i
1 ther was a Rose, and Dave Phillips fits in that family someplace, too
Abe's sister, Mrs. Ethel Gerson. and Dave's sister, Mrs. Estelle
I. oerman, were part of the family party.
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May 19. 1961
+Jenisii fkjrndlii^ri
Page 7-B
Ralskys Will
Live in Nassau

&Jitlt Zi
PP
EDARS of Lebanon Hospital
Auxl-ary installed officers and
Eti Guardians at an inaugural
I eon last week a' the & viile
jtel. Installed as president W3s
|rs. Nathaniel Levin, v ho wore
sauterne-colored and white
jock ensemble. A white hat and
^hite accessories completed her
I fit.
Luncheon chairmen were Mr<
iiiis I cmberg and Wr>. Lillian
reintraub. Mrs. Lombers wore
print -heath which featured a
H> au-.l flounce at the hemline
matching sweater appliqued
li!h the print from her dress,
ir large yellow picture hat
rere hei accessories. Mrs. Wein-
raub was in white, and com-
ined a white silk chiffon over-
llnusc with a moygashel linen
Ikirt I i r hat was in a muted
pricot iolor softly draped to
implement the drape lines of
fcer bli use. 'I he pearl earrii
Ind necklace she wore were a
[cent g it from her husband.
Spot chairman of the Worn-
(i '. I ..sion. Mrs. Samuel T.
japiro wore a shell pink silk
nantung trimmed in a matching
link sjlk ?atin. Her bodice was
I; med with hand-appliqued
ed pi arls. She wore a small
3: k leathered hat; the rest of
n r accessories were also in pink.
iced blue moygashel linen was
Hie ch Eer sheath featured three-quar-
ter length sleeves trimmed with
rhite silk organza cuffs. The
rhite organza was also used on
her modified portrait collar. Mrs.
Michael 'Jobin selected a hot-pink
silk linen ensemble. Her tunic-
length jacket was worn over a
pencil slim sheath, and her hat.
landbag and shoes were all cus-
b 11 made of the same fabric.
Mrs. Jchn Feller chose a green
Ind CO] al colored print. and Mrs.
Jam 1 uto selected a French blue
Sharon Tema Dubler member of
~T( pioneer Miami family, and Alar-
tin Gilbert Ralsky, of Nassau, were
married Wednesday, May 3. at
Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Nor-
man Shapiro officiated at the 7:30
p.m. ceremony and dinner at the
Riviera restaurant followed.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Na-
than T. Dubler. 1636 S\V 19 St., the
Ijnde i> a graduate of Miami Senior
High School.
For her wedding, she chose a
white embroidered organza and
lace full-skirted gown, and an illu-
eyelette sheath. A chartreuse silk ,:on veil which fel1 from a crown
shantung sheath was worn bs )! pcarls' ihe carrled a Bll)le
Mrs. Ted Lclterman. Her ha !inmed v'lln white orchids and
white Milan straw. Pink I stephanotis.
was a
was the choice of Mrs. Benjamin
Oren. with a multi-colored petal
hat.
_____-____
LJATS were the fashion presen-
" tation of the day. Fashions
by Jordan Marsh were modeled
by club members. Chairman of
the fashion show was Mrs. Her-
schel B. Leschel. who wore a
white raw silk sheath and a white
hat trimmed with blue [lowers.
Mrs. Ben Novack was in a
black sheath with a large black
pinwheel hat. Turquoise was the
color chosen by Mrs. Sidney
Aronovitz. Her feathered hat
matched the color perfectly. Mrs.
Joseph Bulbin selected a light
violet print on white, with the
violet repeated in her hi^h crown
hat. Mrs. Emanuel Smith was in
a black and white ensemble with
a while French fringed hat.
Mistress of ceremonies was
Mrs. Frank Colt. For the occa-
sion, she selected a white silk
with a three-quarter length tunic.
handed in black siik alpaca, and
her oversized pockets were trim-
med with black buiions. She
were a small white hat.
Mrs. Julian Weinkle was in
royal blue Her white straw hat 1
was striking in its unusual buc ;
caneer style. White linen trim-
med in calusa coral was the
choice of Mrs. Walter LaVigne.
Mrs. Raymond J. Reichling chose
a natural raw silk sheath with
a hat of natural straw.
A yellow pique sheath was
worn by Mrs. Irwin Morse. Her
matching yellow hat was com-
pletely covered with cabiash
roses. Mrs. Norman Nash chose
a black linen and sUk organza.
Her hat. which featured the drop-
Mrs. Joseph Jaffe served as her
s matron of honor.
The groom 1-, the son of Harry
RaNky. of London. England, and
attended schools there Jan For-
man was his best man.
Out-of-town guests for the wed-
ding included Mrs. Sam Haimovitz,
of Tampa, and Mrs. Carl Bolotin.
Long Island.
The young couple will live in
Nassau when they return from a
>ix-week trip through Europe.
Fourth Annual
Donor Slated
Fourth annual d:>nor luncheon of
the Sisterhood of the Beth Israel
Congreg ition will be in I! We
day noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Officers for the oomi |l
be installed, and M < Hechter. who has been president
for two years, will hand over the
gavel to the incoming president,
Mrs. Alexander Mi l< -
Other officers arc Mesdames
Harry \. Schwartz Maurice H
Goldring, Hyman Galbut, and
Frank Fine, vice presidents; Henry
Groudan, treasurer; David Her-
mon. financial secretary; I. H.
Mellman. record.-. secretary so
cial secretary. Max Gutmann; cor-
responding secretary. Mix Cohen;
and chaplain. H I iuis R ''nan.
A musical program will be pre-
sented.
MRS. MARTIN RALSKY

MISS USIt PAUL
Pauls Announce
Elsie's Betrothal
The engagement of their daugh-
ter Elsie Diana, is announced by
the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and
Mrs Max L. Paul, of 43 Samana
dr.. Bay Heights
The groom is Dr David Gordan
Pinosky. He is the son of Mrs.
Annie Pinosky and the late Samuel
T. Pinosky. oi" Charleston, S. C.
Miss Paul graduated from Mi-
ami High School, and attended the
University of Florida and Univer-
sity of Miami.
Dr. Pinosky is a graduate of the
Medical College of South Carolina.
He is presently a resident in psy-
chiatry at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital in Miami.
Miss Paul received her engage-
ment ring from her fiance on her
birthday. The couple are planning
an early summer wedding.
Mrs. Owen Will Be Hostess
Mrs. John Owen will entertain
for lunch on Thursday. May 25,
12 noon, in the Blue room of Jun-
ior's restaurant, all school princi-
pals and outgoing and new presi-
ped brim effect, was of black j dents of the Parent-Teacher Assn.
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Bowl, This Museum will un-
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jor tourist attraction- ind
hoped that part of it will I
to show the public how tnotio
pictures -'".I television pr grams
arc actually made.
Thousands of visitors are reg-
ularly disappointed when
are unable to make coi
for a tour through our sti
Some, who are fortunate en
to get within the walls
dio. are often disappointed
the) arv shown only sets inst I I
of the actual shooting of a a
with stars.
If the Museum will agree,
through the courtesy of the stu-
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will prove of unlimited promo-
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Of course, there woul I tl loubt
be a glass wall between the set
and the audience, but thai
not destroy the Interest valu
cause there would be
sound trom the set to the audi-
ence.
Recently, the Hollywood Mu-
seum Assoc. presented a "C
rities Art Showing" at Barnsdall
Park. Hollywood, for the purpose
of raising funds for the Museum
I've never realized that so many
of our stars are so artistically in-
clined. As a matter of fact. I
suspect now that a few stars
have more art than acting talent.
That's how good their art work is.
Kim Novak's work is stagger-
ing You'd have to see it to be-
Todav the entire world is
modern. Everything is contem
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decor, painting. Just as modern ;
jazz is here to stay. stract paint in* been completes) ;
accepted Yes. I do other art
work, but I love abstract abovi
all."
Harpo Marx had tw i paintings
hung; Mrs. Groucho Marx ha.
one of Melinda; Mrs Monte
had many, and this lady pos
ses sheer genius. Others were
by .lose Ferrer Mrs Will
Perlberg, Dinah Shore. Mrs R )b
bert Goodfried. Judge Edward
Brand, and let's not forget twi
spe'.l-binding sketches by the
John Barrymore.
lieve it. She was log her time
acting Edward G Robin -
portrait of himself is fabulous
Red Skeltons small clown was
marked for a sales price of j
54.700 which I considered highl)
overrated. For example. Nick
Volpes breathtaking portrait ot
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price, and Skeltcn iff xs
comparison of artistr) ind pr
Tony Curtis painl
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Fiiday. May 19. 1961
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As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Flcridian will presem free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Eas Mitzvah.
Requests shouid be addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Bex
2^73, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name"
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p;ace of the cere^-env.
home address and telephone number. Tne corsage wMI be
forwarded to you courtesy c"f B!acks:cr.e Flower 5^-.cps in time
for "he occasion.
JAY
JANIT
JUDITH
.fydirh Supworth
ling services. May 19,
I ie Zion will include the
- Mitzvah of Judith Ann. daugh-
: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sun-
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
i ciate.
"h is a seventh grade stu-
c al Ponce de Leon Junior High,
- flute in the school hand, and
I eceived awards for swimming
.ins to continue her studies
i the Temple's confirmation class.
r parents will host the Oneg
abat in her honor.
*
Janet Rabinowitz
net Sue. daughter of Mr. and
- Morris Rabinowitz. and the
.(iriaughter of Mrs. Jennie
/ and Mr. and Mrs. J. Rabin-
i will be Bas Mitzvah during
* riday evening services. May 19.
;! Beth David Synagogue.
bbi Norman Shapiro will offi-
ciate, and Cantor William Lipson
|] render the musical portions of
IN liturgy.
,'anet is an honor student at
E -1 nandoah Junior High.
Following services Friday there
w I] be an Oneg Shabbat. On Sat-
i-rday evening, a dinner dance will
II 'eld for 50 teen-agers, and on
y afternoon a reception is
i'i at the Rabinowitz home, 3020
! kell ave.

Jay Casselhoff
. Joseph Xarot will officiate
I .ir M.tzvah of Jay. son of
d Mrs Je^se Casselhoff, 4815
ambra Circle. Coral Gables.
I It! : :;ii.g. May 20. a! Teni-
i v Israel.
(tends the Temple's He-
I lUS schools and is
i the student Kerin Ami
i
.- ir stu-
1 Poi de L. on Junior High:
i in the band, and
I Camp at the I li
:' Miami this sum::
; ti in from sixth
J j ..- awarded the Ameri-
< zion medal for being "out-
student in scholarship.
.p. honor, courage and ser
He was the only seventh
i xhibitor from Ponce de
in a Superior award Ul
S< .::h Florida Science Pair
- ':. bby is collecting Amen
'' :>raeh stamps. A recep
s honor will follow sor-
1 at the Temple.
* *
Stanley Langbein
M.tzvah of Stanley, son of
- Ma nil Langbein, will be cele-
1 Saturdaj morning. May 20.
t > Z.on, with Rabhi Alfred
. d officiating.
. i^ an honor student a!
andoah Junior High, studies
i ..\ the Miami Conservatory
Music, and plans to continue
l Temple's confirmation class
mother will host the Kiddush
i: honor following services.
* *
Barry Nemerof
y Nemerof. son of Mr. and
Martin Nemerof, '8842 Haw
i ave.. will be Bar Mitzvah on
irday morning. May 20. at Tern-
' Menorah, with Rabbi Mayer
mowitz officiating.
The Bar .- a student in
is school and
- N- us Junior
I di er reception in his honor
aj i vening ..;
the Dip] ntry Club.

Robert Goldman
Satur la; ;ng sen ices, May
20. a: T. .. ]; .. in include
the Bar Mitzvi '; of Robert Stevi ..
son ol Mrs. Ethel Goldman, with
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating.
Robert is a seventh grade student
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and
plays viol the school orchestra.
He received special mention tor
his atomic analysis machine in the
recent Science Fair, is a winner of
the Elk's Gold Medal American-
ism Aware, and belongs to Boy-
Scout Trocp 65. He is also a stu-
dent in the Temple's religious
school.
A luncheon reception in his hon-
or will be held at the Delano hotel
1 following the Bar Mitzvah service.

Richard Turbin
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs
j Irving Turbin. 10190 E. Bay Har-
I bor dr.. will be Bar Mitzvah on
' Saturday morning. May 20. at Tem-
: pie Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer
' Abramowitz officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student in
the religious school, and attends
Nautilus Junior High.
Following services, there will be
a luncheon reception in his honor
at the For.tainebleau hotel.

Jeffrey and Mark Freeman
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Jeffrey Freeman during Saturday
servi< May 20. al Temple Beth
Am. and '. i firmation of his
brothel Mart ttday, Maj 21
Th( j : Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Pibidabo avi
Gables
their honor will
i,' at 1 s hotel ro<
* *
Robert Laiar
Sat rning s< rvices at
Temr i .i ru ide the Bar
Mitzvah of Robert, son of Mr and
Mrs, Senuii I azai Maj 20 Rabbi
Alfred Waxman will officiate
Robert student at
West Miami Junior High and plans
o contim.-. his studies in the Torn.
pie's c< i ass
Hi- will host tin- Kid
*
Michael Beririnan
i, n -El will ho tin
i| Mil h... I
'.; and Mrs liar
>ld B< hn uring Saturday
morning services, May 20. Dr
Irving L d will officiate
Michael is venth grade honor
student at Norland Junior High,
and received his religious educa-
tion at the Temph school. Ho
is an active participant in all
sports, and his hobby is coin col-
lecting.
Ajreception in his honor will be
held at the P;}-lomat hotel Satur
lay evening.

JudirH Toback
Bas Mitzvah of Judith, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Toback. of
ROBERT
JUDITH
BARRY
City of r-'cpc
Leaders Inducted
Miami Prach chapter of the City
o; Hop< installed oll.cers W dnes-
(...> :r. th< Baccarat roui'd of the
i i uville hotel.
New officers arc Mrs. Aaron Tu-
president; vice presidents,
Mrs. Ed Edwards, Mrs. Irving Ru-
bin, Irs Jack Greenberg. Mrs
| Rose Spero and Mrs. Irving Hof-
responding secretaries will be
Mrs Max Amhowitz, Mrs. Michael
I < (1 Mrs Ben Linde.
Ri cording secretary is Miss Rose
!'t:r-tt :.. financial secretary, Mrs.
Katzcn; social secretary,
. line. treasurer. Mrs. lr\
:. Tauber; historian. Mrs. Harry
am. Mrs. Charles Al-
., unselor, Mr- Bernard Hofl
nan; honorary past president,
Mrs. Bernard Goldfinger
...;.i donor dinner of the Mi
Bei I chapter will bo held
-..:ii aj May 21. in the Deauville'S
. sanova room. Mrs. Aarcn Tubin,
7536 Cutlass ave.. is in charge of
he arrangements.
ROBERT
MARK
JBffKtY
5130 Donatello. Coral Gables, will
be celebrated Saturday morning.
May 20. at Temple Judea. with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating.
Judith was one of the first pupils
in the nursery-kindergarten of the
Temple, has been a member of
the Sunday school for seven years
,and will receive her diploma from
the Hebrew school Friday evening
She is a seventh grade student
at Ponce de Leon Junior High, and
is a member of the band.
Her parents will host the Kid
dush following the service in her
honor
New Oka
Quarters Open
Former Mayor Kenmth Oka.
who is seeking reelection to the
Miami Beach City Council, an-
nounced that he has opened cam-
paign headquarters to service Nor-
mandy Isle and North Beach resi-
dents.
The headquarters will be located
at 705 71 St.. Normandy Isle.
Sam Smietan, long-time resident
and civic worker, will be in charge
Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, and Al Sher-
man "will head a crash program
to bring out the vote for the
former mayor."
Confirmation Due Oriental Theme Wednesday
At No. Shore
Confirmation service of Temple
Menorah religious school will high-
light the Shavuot observance Sun-
day morning. 10:30 am
Students w;i present an origin..
dramatic r< ing written by Fah-
bi Mayer S n iwitz, "The Seven
n Bran< .< s." assisted b>
Cantor Edward Klein and the Tem-
ple choir r tiie direction ol
Samuels.
.> i- dalighter "i
\! t: s ,-.,n. itauRhtei ;
. .-. T.,1. -..ii .,] .Mr
h i Mr* Robert, son |
i M nnd M r* s. j mour Ktl; Rich-
and Mi.- Ales >'
mnn i'' line, Ian-hti>r i f Mr
an.I Mr* Marli Ge* indhell. I-1.i-r.
Mi nd Mi's. Jack irei n
f Mi and Mr* Na -
; i K ah I c h -1 i.
i>f Sirs x a -11 -^ i"!'.: Ie, m
i" Mi nd Mrs Gerald Undenbaum,
;. Mi in Mrs Hen l.ii-
!' Mr ami Ml
Aorei i.yiiii. .laiiuhi. i of Mr*
NVw in
of Mr and M
1 Ian .. ilaughti i
i.f M nd Mr* .1 ick Segal Susan.
I Mi and Mrs S t>a> Id
hi i nf Mr
and M S mler, and K< n
in Hi i uf Ml Mrs
n
Nathaniel Glickman. chairman of
the school board, ami Mrs. Raj
Morse, preside nt-elecl of Sister-
hood, will present diplomas and
gifts.
Sisterhood ol Congregation Yehu-
>.;.h Moshe will give a luncheon
Woc'uu >('.;.> noon in Popiel Hall
Iheme and menu are oriental.
Election Slated Wednesday
Ten,; o Tifereth Jacob will hold
its at embership meeting at
tin on Wedni ;
p.m.. >i> ction ol officers will
Beth Torah Will
Confirm Nine
Sunday evening. May 28. will
mark another milestone in the
growth ot Beth Torah Congrega
tion with the first confirmation
exercises in the synagogue's his-
tory
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will
charge the nine confirm ands
id Wolk. congregation presi-
dent, will offer greetings. Mrs
Seidel was Instructor
Awarding confirmation certifi-
cates will he Irving Seidel, chair-
man of the board of education,
with Mrs Alfred K;:ru conducting
the -synagogue choir.
Confirm ands are Gilda Abramo-
witz, Mark Foldman. Steven Frank
Bernard Ginsberg. Loretta Green-
. Halberg, Debra Karg.
Edwai mon and Toni Dffi
Mrs. Ritterman
Heads Chapter
Mrs. Milton Koch surrendered
her president's gavel to Mrs. Sid-
no Ritterman at the installation
ceremonies ol the Miami Beach
chapter of the Jewish National
Horn* for Asthmatic Children at
he House of Hoo on Wednesday
Installing officer was the Justice
il th< Peace of the Filth District.
nglander. Guest speaker
Lloyd Botway, an alumnus of
:licers who were installed
Mrs Larry Bietz, Mrs. Jo-
Sirota and Mrs Adolph Mark-
. ice presidents; Mrs B i
Kassel, corresponding secretary;
Mr- Howard Dinaburg. financial
secretary: Mrs. Albert Lauler. re-
cording secretary; and Mrs. Paul
Grand, social secretary Mrs Koch
was installed as chaplain
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Friday. Mav 19,
MRS. ADA CORDON
Mrs. Gordon Will
Head Club Here
Ifn. Ada Gordon will be installed
president of the Emma Lazarus
chapter of B'nai B'ritb Women on
Sunday evening. May 28, at the
Barcelona hotel.
Others to be installed are Mes-
dames David Park. Adele Baum.
Rona Wolff, and Beatrice Kelter.
vice presidents; Jeannette Su>s-
ir.an. recarding secretary; Bertha
Newell, corresponding secretary;
Kuth Earson. linancial secretary.
Mesdames Betty Blotcher, treas-
urer; Edith Simmons, auditor;
Etta Kurzrock, parliamentarian;
Ruth Jaffee, sentinel; Dons Lei-
7ak, guardian; Henry Steinhauser.
counselor; and Molly Cohen, his-
torian.
Installing officer will be .Mrs.
Alfred Reich, president elect of
District 5, B'nai B'rith Women.
Miss Goodman
Heads Chapter
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah, at a donor award luncheon
on May 15 at the Americana hotel,
held its installation of officers for
the ensuing year.
Installed as president was Miss
Lillian Goodman, who has been
serving lb< chapter for the past 15
years in various offices.
She has been president of the I.
R. Goodman group for four years,
the group which chose its name in
memory of I. R. Goodman, her
brother, v ho passed away in 1952.
Mis.- Goodman was installed by
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El.
Miss Goodman is also on the na-
tional board of National Women's
League of United Synagogue of
America, on the executive of the
Zionist Council, and on the boards
of Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
B'nai B'rith, Women's Division of
Brandeis University. She is a past
Eastern Star matron.
Englander Pushes
Council Drive
Islander's Chapter Meefi
Mrs. Joseph Lipsky w .1 be hJ
I e'ss to Islander'' chapter boari
] members at a dinner to lake plan
4I Gallagher's restaurant on Mo*
day evening, 6:30 p.m.
.ludge Malvin Englander this
week pressed a drive for creation
of a new special events depart-
ment for the City of Miami Beach.
The Fifth District Justice of the Confirmation Sunday Ma|it
"Peace, who is making his initial |
bid fcr election to the city council,
is seeking the vacated seat of Har-
old B. Spaet in the June 6 ballot-
ing.

MISS LILLIAN GOODMAN
PTA Elections At Beth Torah
With the receiving of the gavel
from Mr-. Samuel Leb. outgoing
president, Mrs. Ewald Ziffer as-
sumed leadership of the PTA of
the religious school of Beth Torah
Congregation at its annual election
meeting last week.
Serving as officers with her are
way- and means vice president.
Mrs. Sanford Lebman; member-
ship vice president, Mrs. Ben
Borenstein; program vice presi-
dent. Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg; holi-
day vice president, Mrs. David
Li--: treasurer, Mrs. Ronald Frie-
c'el: recording secretary, Mr-. Paul
Left": and corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Adrian Kaufman.
The meeting was highlighted
with tribi 'I to the outgoing
officer- bj Mrs. Leb and the hon-
oring oi the [acuity of the nursery.
kindergarten, Sunday and Hebrew
schools.
Among the activities of the FTA
for the religious school are the pro-
viding of kiddush for the student
congregation refreshments for all
holidays, model seriorium. canteen
organization of the school library,
green stamp awards, junior tom-
bola, student congregation ban-
quet, and school awards.
"Business conditions in Miami
Beach demand more and better j
special events bowling tourna-
ment.- championship boxing mat-
ches, golf and tennis events, polit-
ical conventions now. Delay is
impossible if our city is to retain
its pestion as resort capital of the
nation." Judge Englander asserted.
Milton and Miriam Sirkin,
campaign co-managers, announ-
ced the addition to the campaign
cabinet of several civic leaders,
ircludirvj Metro Commissioner
Chuck Hall, Jodge Larry Hoff-
man, Dr. Stanley Coltune, Paul
Grand, Harold Kaye and Dr. Leo
Grossman.
Headquarters were opened at
173 Lincoln rd.. 1448 Washington
avt.. 705 71 St., and 1232 Nor-
mandy dr
Judge Englander. who has said
he will resign as Justice of the
Peace if elected, is not sitting on
the bench during the campaign. "I
Ronelle L. Aster, Lenore Benn
Judy Harris, Karen B us.,, rJ
chelle Lerncr. EJearor Querido an
Sheila Rosenberg will be confirm*
at Tifereth Israel Congregation ol
Sunday ct 7:30 p.m.
Benefit Due
For Young Israel
Benefit performance of "Sleep-
ing Beauty" will be held for Young
Israel of Greater Miami at North
Miami Senior High School on Tues-
day afternoon. Jure 13.
Proceeds will be for Young Is-
rael's proposed youth center. Also
on the program will be "Skipper'
Chuck, of Popcyc Playhouse, eh. 4
television.
In charge of information is Mrs.
Rubin Waldmar. chairman.
have been successful in obtaining
other judges, fcr whom I have >a,t
during their vacations or illnesses
to sit in my place. 1 am, however,
continuing to perform all admin-
istrative duties of the position."
AW. AND MRS. CANTOR
Centers Mark
571 h Afcuiversary
Mr Mrs. Mic (Rose) Cantor,
of 32" .. Miami, will cele-
7th wedding anniver-
sary on Maj 29 The function will
be marked at a dinner party at the
home of one of their children here.
One of the founders of Cantors
Whole-ale Grocery of Miami, the
couple came here 25 years ago from
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Mr. Cantor, 83,
is far from retired.
The couple have three children.
Mr. and .Mrs. Saul (Ruby) Canter,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Edith 1 can-
tor, both of Coral Gables; and Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph (Sue) Strelzoff,
of East Lansmg, Mich. There are
nine grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs. Cantor were mar-
ried on May 29, 1904.
Cohen Asks
Citizen Support
"No one man is the salvation.
And no one group of men can ac-
complish anything unless it has
your active support and whole
hearted cooperation." Miami Beach
Councilman Wolfie Cohen declared
this week at Pumpernik' to a
crowd gathered in support of his
candidacy for reelection to his city
job
"How many of you attend coun-
cil meetings?" he asked. It is not
enough that you hold nuttings.
have debates. pa.--> resolutions and
then sit back, satisfied that you
have done a service.''
"You, the people, are Mii n
Beach's greatest undeveloped re-
source. We on the council
benefit by your though;- and
opinions. Follow through d
make us better legislators. Help
us to help you. '
Judge Malvin Englander's drive for Miami Beach City Coun-
cil this week received support from (left to right' Judge Lany
Hoffman, Paul Grand and Harold Kaye. Judge Ho'.' in -
past exalted ruler of the Elks, Grand is past comma .aer of
ihe Jewish War Veterans, and Kaye is lormer vice president
oi the Miami Beach chapter of the Allied Gasoline Re
Assn.
Member luncheon Planned
"Member Bring a Member"
luncheon is planned lor the Surf-
side-Bay Harbor Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary 723 on Tuesday
noon at the home of Mrs. Mitchell
Reiner. 853 86 st., Miami Beach.

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Friday. May 19, 1961
vJcnfot ftcridHafj
Pace IIP
National Council Jewish Women leadership and more than 40
Council volunteer members serving at Douglas Gardens were
honored at the Home's annual "recognition coffee" on May 15.
Mrs. Marguerite Siegal, newly-appointed Senior Citizen chair-
man at the Home, receives gavel from Mrs. Jean Rhyon, past
chairman during 1960. Mrs. Florence Comanor, NCJW vice
president in charge of service, looks on.
CJA Working Within Budget,
Heiman Tells Two Committees
trd of governors of the Great-
11 Miami Jewish Federation has
unequivocally endorsed"" the
- ..dgc-t committee and executive
committee decision no! to allocate
_-('.- over and above the amour.:
sei in th< :?6l Combined Jew-
- Appeal campaign.
, statement to the board, Sam
Heiman, president of Fcdera-
n, declared that for the first
t in a number of years, "the
Iget committee has allocated
..hin the amount raised," and
..t "Federation and Federation
agencies will be living within the
amount collected in the campaign."
said that in 1961 Federation
"will operate on a strictly cash
basis for the first time in its his-
'cry "
The budget, as apreved by the
board, represents serious reduc-
liens in the amounts of money
tvailable for local, national and
overseas beneficiaries, and in-
c'udes a substantial reduction in
federation's own operating and
campaign expenses.
eon Kaplan, chairman of the
dget committee, in his presenta-
n to the committee, said that tin
(auction was necessitated "by a
(ecline in this year's campaign
eceipts th< amount ol
Or.' WoHssn in Lecture
eel
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money allocated by the United1
Fund, .n shares with Federa-
tion t:H --'. Of supporting Jewish
Familj and Children"? Service,
Jewis for the Agi and
Ci Jewish Con
ter.
K:i].. Idi that w < an
mts w a re now
making available to our agencies
are in; onducl their pro-
. e service to those
;n neei : service locally."' also ob-
.. thai i am unts given to
national agencies are less
those given in comparable cities."
Th< committee had no cho.ee. he
said, "tut to spend only what we
had, in accordance with what the
community has been willing to con-
tribute ."
Heiman anticipated that "with
| a firmer collection policy on the
part cf Federation and the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, collection re-
ceipts tor the first four months of
this year, both for the 1961 cam-
paign and prior campaigns, are
higher than in previous years.
"The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation," he said, "is today
on a solid financial footing. We
art living witrin the income
which our community provides.
"We hope.
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License Teachers
At Beth Torah
Mr- Sidney Kay, preschool su-
pervisor cf Beth Torah Congrega-
,tion_. awci ilx*. M^ael .Gruen and
Miss S ndra Levy, staff members.
I wen an i ... the first group of pre-
I sch( ... gue teachers to re-
ceive licenses from the Board of
Licehsi of the Bureau of Jewish
Education at its May meeting
Having fullfllled the standards of
the code of practice for preschool
| teachers the Beth Torah Congrega-
| ticn instructors will receive their
1 licenses at the spring meeting of
the board ofdirectors of the Bureau
of Jewish Education at the Di Lido
hotel Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Kay has served as pre-
school supervisor for the past
three years and taught at Beth
Torah kindergarten since its in-
ception six years ago.
Mrs. Gruen attended Syracuse
University and has taught in the
Hebrew and Sunday schools of
Beth Torah and at the Israelite Cen-
ter.
Miss Levy is a graduate of Stern
College for Women of the Yeshiva
University, and is an instructor in
the synagogue's Hebrew school.
Recipient of a permanent He-
brew teacher's license is Mena-
chem Roth, a veteran teacher oi
more than 20 years of experience
in the schools of Israel, who is now
completing his first year of instruc-
tion at Beth David. He. too. will
be honored on Tuesday evening.
Left to right are Mesdames Terry Sponder, Joseph Kanter.
Martin Lodge, Leo Gross. Philip Stcrk. president, Florence
Kupperman, Ben Israel, and Aaron Green. They celebrated
first birthday of Islander's chapter cf Women's American ORT
at a recent luncheon meeting in the Moulin Rouge motel.
Guests included Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, president, and Mrs. Irv-
ing Tillis. vice president, Southeast Florida region of ORT.
'Caught in Act1 Back on Boards
Judge Given
Higher Post
Tin r of a noted Greatei
Miam. Jewish community civic
and philanthropic leader has I
i'lc\f.ttci :< tr.c post of Superior
Court
H< is Judge Milton H Meyers.
of Wal Conn., whose ap-
pointment \^as confirmed recently
by the Connecticut Senate.
Judge Meyers is the brother
of Benjamin Meyers, of 802 W.
DiLido dr., Miami Beach. Now
a Common Pleas Court Judge,
he will assume his new post late
in October.
Only a single dissenting vote
was cast in the Senate against
, Judge Meyers The vote was 30
jto 1. This will make the new ap
pointee one of 22 serving through-
out Connecticut.
In an editorial on May 2. the
Waterbury American called the
I appointment "one which meets
I with our sclid approval." declar-
ing thet Judge Meyers "by educa-
tion, training and experience .
is well qui for promotion to
the hi] art
In May 5. the
.rod to Judge
for
Following a week's vacation.
"Caught in the Act" returns to
launch the fifth month of the hit
revue at the Downstairs room of
the Seville hotel.
Headlining Jack De Leon and
Terry Haven, the click show has re-
ceive d rave reviews since its open-
ing last January. Combining songs,
sketch? and slick dances, the revue
shapes up as a jet-paced show
strictly fcr laughs, with the accent
or. youth.
Co-starred with De Leon and Ha-
are I ur I f the outstanding
formers from
lure York. Featured are-
Gene Allen. Harry Ncwby. Lynne
Peal and Betty Lou Davis. All
represent the new trend in modern
entertainment, talent loaded a^id
jam-packed with sparkling fun.
With sketches by Ruth Wallis.
Ernie Held and David Panich. the
revue has proved to be one of the
big night club attractions of the
season.
Mainti ing its winter policy.
; ugh! r the Act" will play seven
nights keek, with two shows at
9 an< -. Sunday through Thurs-
di;. a < 'bird show at ] a.m.,
-;-.. and Saturday-
Ol
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LEN LEV N
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husbi four hildren, Irv-
ing ,. and *pti l In, no
M,> '. Kati of %Ii >mi: "
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In Savannah, Ga.
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ELIAS M. SALZBERG
70, i u DILIdo DILIdo Isle.
Ma, a lummi r n sldenl ol
\-K., hi .i- .1 crude-
rubbi r broki ad p< nt in. win-
onthf al Miami Beach fur th.
past It rs, Surviving are his wife,
R, se; ;. ight. r, Mrs. S< Ima 9
Kllvan*; a Bister and thr. grand -
chlldn Services were Ma> 16 in
Temph Israel with Riverside Memor-
ial Cnaj el >-
BENJAMIN HERMELIN
F'ennaylvanla ave., Miami
.. May 1.1. He can* here
,-, i ,.'in 10 years ago and mi
.. retirei hotel clerk Surviving Is
h- > fe, Eva; son, Sidney Schwarta;
ihn l ht< i a, including Mi i H< len
<;,..-,. an Mrs. Ruth Wechter: and
eighl i- andchlldren. Service* were
Ma H In Rlveralde Memorial Chapel,
w. -i; ; ave.
HVMAN LURIE
81, cf 61 E W IS ave., dli d Maj l-
Hi -.. ere 13 yeara ago fi om in-
i- and was a member "f Tem-
ple Beth EH. Surviving are a daugh-
v, -> Man lene Luiie; a aon, two
i oth( and a grandchild, fe'ervicea
, 'ilordon Fun. ral Home
MARK E SCHARPS
.,' ifltij e dr., Miami i i
Ma He came here < Ichi
, ,: Se York City. Sur-
s wifi Vnn; two son
and a i t< i Service* w< r< Maj
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N K I6S St., died May ?.
11, hen ilx yi ar* :i-" from
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... his wife, Fannj
i Rughters, including Mn Marj
Mrs. Shirley Wool; his
' rs, three sisters and
;ix | ill n. Sen le< b were Ma)
al H..mi.
Miami Beach councilmanic candidate Leo Eisenstein feeds
a tidbit to Mrs. Rose Weiss, civic leader and supporter, at
ceremonies markinq the opening ol his campaign head-
quarters al 1212 Washington ave.
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LISTENING COUtS BEFORE DOING
'JTewisli Floridian Are We toPo,ltical Now
liami. Florida, Friday, May 19, 1961
Section C
In Wars for Independence?
By DAVID SCHWARTZ creed. It's not the profession- but
,, ... i.i the practices that count.
At Shavuot, ^e skip hack some
3,500 years to the wilderness of The fact of the matter is that we
Sinai. Shavuot has been said to can only really listen alter we
be the complement Ol Passover, have done, paradoxical as that nay
A people have been emancipated, seem. Like the story Lincoln used
Thej are about to receive their to tell about the Irishman who said,
Charter, their Constitution. You "I'll never be able to put on t
would expect them to be talking shoes until 1 wear them a bit"
politics, but the Ten Command- Tvv ,(1 l(lllo,, SOme recipe. It IS
mini, breathe no word of that, it onlv';il,r you b,.uin doing it '
II about decent human personal ^ n ,.,,. knov) vn;,, lt
relations, Don! emmi! murder.
.... sa>,.
On Shavuot, it is customary to
i ;. dairy [oo:. especially blur :es.
(he Jev t.-h mind, a good loc-
-. 'uy are taught, "Lovi your trine was like good too.!, I -
pictures of the damage to the Algiers syna- French troops (left) quardinq the ruins. The
ccgue during recent Ca^bah riots have been walls inside and outside were daubed with
joceived by the World Jewish Congress in swastikas and such sloaons ac: "Death to the
h';-.v York together with a report from the or- Jew?." Long L;ve th<* FLN" (Algerian national-
, ..zation's representative in Algeria. Jacques ist movement', "Lonq Live the Aigericn Repub-
czcrus. When Lazarus arrived, he found lie," and "Death to de Gaulle."
wen menu i blintzes correspoi
to the mati rial ones The lai 1
!-r I is compared to milk a :i d
hone> and the Torah likewise .s
characterized by the -amc phrase.
The Koretzer Rebbe sai oat dairy food on Shavuot because
a: this holiday, when we review our
Torah, we become as little children
BY CLINGING TO THE LAW. WE HAVE PRESERVED IT
\lies Between Torah and Jewish
People Highlighted on Shavuot
Ev RABBI SAMUEL UMEN
e Torah and the Jewish people
one. One without the other is
^conceivable. The Jews an a dis-
ir.ct people by virtue of the Torah.
(rid it is 'he Torah that is mainly
vponsible for the survival ol the
i wish people. But the Torah is
In ancient document, containing
In the whole laws. les=ons and pre-
kcpis intended for a very early
L i ol Jewish history. By what
iiwer, what magic did this instru-
ment of antiquity manage to re-
pain the guiding influence of the
Mi through the ages and to this
>" In other words, if the Torah
credited with preserving the Jew.
>,.i- preserved the Torah.'
i logical answer to tin- ques-
coursethe Jewish peoole.
By clinging to the Torah the Jew-
ish people have therefore preserved
But why would a peoplt Ivmor
teachings that had no appeal for
them, which were not related to
their lives" ]! is unlikely that .-heer
entimentality could have pre-
served the Torah. The answer
seems to lie elsewhere.
And the answer in an imporlr.m
issue today as we approach the
celebration ol Shavuoth, the holi-
day marking the giving of '.he Law
to the wandering tribes ol Israel
loliowing their exodus trom Egypt.
Shavuoth will he celebrated be-
ginning with >un;own services
Saturdaj evening, on Sunday and
Monday.
The holiday takt nan e froi i
.,, Hebrew *- and is
Greater Miami to Launch
Shavuot Holiday Gbservaiscs
eater Miami Jewrj will launch th Holiday of Shayu I at services
l evening Shavuot celebrates the givin ol t! and-
, -. to |, following tm,r Egyptian exodus and is -
*eeks after the advent o( Passover. Th<
m the Hebrew word for "weeks."
avuot will continue with service- on Sundaj an, Monday On
,1 day o, the celebration, morning services will include Yizkor,
traditional Memorial Prayer tor the departed. ________________ .
IACLDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlylo v
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
I) ji.m s.i ">
If- ,i "t'lin w. i:-i" \ *' <" '
'a ii in -'......'i: "'I'll-- Kilili
i .,-,:,. i-/' Khavuui
nj 7 : |i m. Huntla) a.in
I'll.- Torah Kl*i iial \ I-
|i M.,n,..,\ 8::io n.m. S>
mill .ii :,, >. \. hh .i R *' "
yiskoi -i-iiii'' 10:30 '"
2533 SW 19tn ave.
Maxwell Siiberman.
[ANSHE EMES.
Conservative.
president.
| BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro-
Cantor William W. Lipson.
i v i :, p.m. Reran n i "Who! '-
:<' ItlKhl Am-w.i'- Bas Mlwvah:
hdm, daughter of Mr, and Mr*. K-
|l>inowitx. Saturday 9 a.m. B Mlt-
vuh; Handler; Baa Mitavah: R<
nn ami daughter nf Mm. H< en
i i klej Sim.lay. Bhavuol aorvk 8
' in. Monday, Tlakor '> a.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Schiff-
-' :.i.i>- B:4S pin. Raturdaj 8:30 a.m.
Rhavuol service Saturday ".:4.". p.ni
s ii ay s:!0 a.in S.-rmon: "The ''all
ot sinai in our Heart*." Monda) v '
s.i -nii.il: '"Remembering) Our
fast." Yiskoi service 10:30 n.m.
3ETH EMETH. 188 .*;w *"" Jve
Conservative. Rabbi D.ivid W. Her
son. Cantor Hyman Fell*.
v.i p m. San '
lurl S"tu daj I "" |
vi .nda '" :" N ":'-
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ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralr-e ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
pth JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave Orthodox. Rabb. Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Hrldaj 6:33 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
s, rmnn: "The Quality ol Man Sun-
,i.,v Khavuol arrvl 8:30 fl m. -
;,; -.:,1. Man and Space Mom aj
> :,, a.m. yialior s.-.,.-. 10:30 a.m.
,ri: -The lft of Oui Memory.
BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr
Rabbi Harold Richter.
Friday s ;" p.m. Sermon: on *n
u.-iiir- Dlabellevi i- Saturday I < ";
Sunday, Shavuot **?
,: "Overtwe to Sinai. Monda)
yiskor 7: -t a.m.
BETH RAPHAEL." 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Juliui Sapero, president.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovsky
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
Continued on Page 11-C
erved seven weeks after Pass-
o\' r.
To know how the Torah was pre-
served and why :ts iniluence over
i the .lews never ceased, requires
knowledge ol the phariasic
period an understanding of the
work of the Pharisees. For it was
during that period, and through
the genius an spirit of the Phari-
sees thai the rorah was rescued
lor the future.
Now who were the Pharisees and
what did they do with file Torah
'that the Jews throughout their long
history could make it^ teachings
their way ol life, be inspired by its
commandments and utter the
words: Tor they are our life and
the length ol our days. Day and
n ghl we will medilate upon them."
Pharisaism is traceable to the
period ol the eighth century pro-
I < .!'. to t h e tune ol
m is an attempt
the dominant
of a hi
a a v.i. i
. ., ,-.' grow th; i
lical and noral pro-
i dines Juda sni; it is
...; ,i thi Jewi n so
\ irture "i Phai isaism, Ju-
duism was never all ved to lag be-
hind '' i time>, b< comt a relic, a
dead letter.
The Pharisaic spirit is evident
in the ethical and moral laws ol
-: it is manifested in the dem-
ocratic, universal teachings of the
prophets; it is reflected in the h
beral rabbinic lore, and the wis-
dom of the Jewish philosophers
Pharisaism is at work m everx
period of Jewish history. In every
phase of .Jewish thought and life;
its paramount concern is to pur-
sue truth and promote the spiritual
welfare of man. Every attempt
ever made to thwart the progres-
sive dynamic spirit of Pharisaism
from within or without was des-
tined to fail.
The name Pharisee, which has
come into the English language
through the Latin translation of the
New Testament and represents the
Greek word Pharisiaios, goes back
directly to the Aramaic word Pari-
sha, the equivalent, in popular
speech, of the Hebrew Parush,
from the verb parash. The root
meaning of the verb is "to sepa-
rate." The name Pharisee would
lon'l steal, don't bear false wit-
ness h inor ur 11 lers, love G '.;.
Itc( i1 .. day ol r ccvetousness In the same wilder
IK
neighbor as yourse f. Do not op-
press the stranger, "for w< were
strangers in the land of Egypt."
I wonder il today when so many
people- are being given their inde-
pendence, we are not overdoing
politics, Where are the political
Ii adi is who in the emancipation ol
their people are not thinking al-
ii gether of political or self-aggran- who are reviewing their school les
dizement? sun.
The rabbis ol old asked why Sha I The Berditchiver Rebbe on Sha
vui I ;s called the Time of the G.v-, vuot -poke to God. Cod." he said,
ing of the Torah instead of the "you are the king of the world and
I Time of the Receiving of the Torah. a king must rule with .justice and
And they answered because all law. but on Shavuot, you are our
people do not receive simultaneous-1 teacher and we your school child-
ly. Tell <>ne man a joke am he ret so then we may come to you
will "receive" the point immediate- and ask easier forgiveness."
|j Another will not laugh until I
; the next day when he is running
for th-. subway. Suddenly it comes
to him. lt is made very plain by
the Kiehmann case that the Ger-
mans had not received the Ten
Commandments. They murdered.
they robbed, they honored no one
but themselves. I! there was any
ol the Ten Commandments they did
not grossly violate, it was purely
an accident.
The Torah says thit alter the
Jews at Mt. Sinai received the Com-
ma!) Iments. they called out in uni-
son, "All that we have been com-
manded, we will do and we will
hearken."
They should have said, "we will
hearken and we will do.'" Listen-
ing comes before doing, but the
sages make the point that this is
to emphasize that the Jewish out-
look accents above all deed not
Groups Wiil
Mark Shavuot
Ben-Gurion and Riaiik Branches
1 of Farband and Chalm Greenberg
Branch of Poale Zion will observe
Shavuot and mark the Bar Mitz-
vah of Israel's independence on
j Monday evvening at the Shelborne
'hotel.
Rabbi .Morton Malavsky, >! the
Israelite Center, newly elected
president ol the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn., will be guest
speaker.
Musical portion of the program
will include Sasha Leonolt. noted
comedy star. Irving M. Sachs,
president of Ben Gurion Branch,
will be chairman of the evening.
Continued on Page 6-C
A 12-page manuscript, the only written description ol the miss-
ing Pentateuch from the famed tenth century Aleppo Bible
Codex, was discovered among manuscript fragments in the
Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. In
disclosing the recent find, Dr. Simon Greenberg. vice chancel-
lor of the Seminary, stated that "the manuscript is a major
contribution towards the publication of the f;rst definitive
edition of the Hebrew Biblical text." The manuscript was
turned up durinq a treasure hunt for Bible manuscripts and
fragments by Prof. Moshe Goshen-Gottstein. visiting professor
of Semitics at Brandeis University on leave from the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem where he serves cs general editor of
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Goldmann Says
Israel's Border
Quiet Deceiving
JERUSALEM JTA Dr
Xahum Goldmanr president oi the
Worl; Zi< nisi ^rned
ben thai the rclativi quiet in
rr.e Middle East, particularly on
the Israel-Arab border:- was un-
Ukeb ;c continue loi
Dr. Goldmann made the predic-
tion in an address summing up
general debate at the current ses-
sion cf the Zionist Actions Commit-
tee, in which he asserted that the
present "static stage" in the in-
ternational situation, was nearing
an end and unsettled problems
were due tor new discussion.
Me Mid the attempts at resto-
ration of good relations between
King Hussein of Jordan and Presi-
dent Nasser of the United Arab
Republic represented a danger
to Israel. He also said that Is-
rael's position in the United Na-
tions had deteriorated as indica-
ted by the vote on the resolution
on the Arab refugees. These
developments, he said, obliged
the Zionist erganixation to be pre-
pared to support Israel's in-
terests in these various areas.
Di-cu-smc Israel's relations with
non-Israeli Jews, he stressed the alreadj had th presidency of the yeajrsjifterJhj >^jmiN
immense sympathy of the Jewish American Zionist Council.
people for Israel rut added there
had d< Iwi negative fac-
tors :-:- said one was the mistaken
tee ins thai Israel .-.ad solved
of its i 1 problems and th<
ther ; insavory impressi
created abi 'several evi
..-. Israel's internal ; titles This
was vr :- : lice to
Prime- Minister I .
fight againsi ui secretary-
ral Pinhas La' n
Behind t hi scene: efforts t<
reach agreement among the parties
on the composition cf the new-
executive of the Jewish Agency
continued. The standing commit-
tee failed to bring a solution to the
impasse, over parties over distri-
bution of some key portfolios, par-
ticularly on the issue of the New
York chairman of the executive.
Jewish Agency executive
The General Zionist faction head- Goldmann said he was resigning
ed by Dr. Israel Golcstein and the chairmanship, but will retain
Mrs. Rose Halpnn was reported to the presidency of the World Zionist
have demanded that when former Organization.
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Prime Minister Moshe Sharett
takes office as the new chairman,
he should reaffirm his stand that
he should not appoint as New York
chairman a member of the faction
led by Dr. Emanucl Neumann. The
Goldstein-Halprin group contended
:hi Neumann faction was the small-
ei General Zionism and that it
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Zic--is*s in the United States to
one* in 6 for all establish a
central organization." The exist-
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she* hSat they pt their loyalty
to Zionism abeve sect cnal and
partisan Interests. The p-esent
situation, he penreo out. en-
courages dodging of responsibili-
ty, si-ce each party is busy with
its own problems instead of with
the future as a whole.
wecian psychiatrist who was his
self one of t'r. rvh :-. rep
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Dr. I.eo Eitingt r who nadt
report to i session of ti
American Or! inc Asaj
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mencement address. S e n a : o r ,. j ~
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ministration; and Lord Bev ,
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ary degre recipients are Thur- c,i:'it>- A11 *hree wUI receive tha
good Marsha':, iirector counsel of Doctor of Humai
Humphrey will receive the D
of Laws deg'
Hea ling the list of other h
In giving thanks at Shevuoth for G-d's nourishment of
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Italian Jews Eye Neo Fascist Action
ROME(JTA)The sixth quin-, contestable right to judge the old Italian Jewish boy, Frar:
quennial Congress of the Union of j slaughterers of the Jewish people." Cesana, who was the younger
Italian Jewish Communities closed The delegates expressed the "cor- ^ JJ??,"EJm*2
this week with adoption oi a series tainly that Israel just.ee' in the' orl "HLVt
; tainty
of resolutions aimed at counter- \ Eichmann trial was "guided not |
acting a resurgence of Fascist and | DV a spirit of revenge but by a
anti-Semitic activities in Italy and
stressing the need for more effec-
tive action to avoid the threat of
assimilation among Italian Jewry.
Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr. (center), president. Women's Divis-
,on, American Friends of Hebrew University, with Jaja Wa-
rhuku, of Nigeria (left), and Assistant Secretary of State G.
Mennen Williams at Division's three-day conference on high-
er education in Middle East and Africa, held in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Gimbel called for a return to the social justice of the He-
brew prophets, for more humanity in education, and proposed
utilisation of skills of 20 million U.S. citizens of African and
Asian descent. The other speakers praised example set by
Hebrew University, stressing importance of education in bet-
tering relations among nations.
Jewish Archives in Interesting
View of Churchill's Career
the Mussolini-Hitler regimes.
Meanwhile, a draft bill 10
deep urge for justice and a desire |aw the neo-Fascist Ifovime.ito
to save further generations from ; Socialc ltaliano, which is re
the false Ideologies and the ri0r-lsented now in the Italian Pai -
rors deriving from racial hatred j mcm, was defeated in Parliame !'s
One of the resolutions empha-j and propaganda." ; Interior Affairs Committee h
sired the "inadequate application | Tn0 42 delegates from 23 com- But the chief sponsor of thein
of the 1952 law for the repression of! muni, jes emphasized the basic sure plans proposing the bill
fascist activities" and invited Ita-1 contribution to Italian Jewish needs fore a plenary session oi Pai
lian authorities to undertake "a Dy ,hc Conference on Jewish Ma- ment, hoping it may still be ad >?i-
more scrupulous application of j tcrial Claims Against Germany ed.
existing laws" in line with pledges and expressed gratitude to the The principal backer Of 'he
to the Union "to take steps for re-: j0jt Distribution Committee. I is Ferruecio Parri. president if
pression of racist and anti-Semitic; They also congratulated the World the Committee for National L -
propaganda and racial and reli- Jewish Congress for "results ration and Italy's first Prime J
gious discrimination." The resolu-1achieved in the defense of Jewish ister after the liberation ol Ita
tion urged that such action be J interests throughout the world" and | following World War II.
undertaken either by amendments
! to the Italian penal code or by en-
i actment of special legislation.
In another resolution, the dele-
gates expressed their determina-
tion "to take firm steps with the
Education Ministry to obtain the
use in schools of textbooks high-
lighting the meaning of Naiism
and Fasicism." The resolution
asserted that most of the text-
books now in use either failed
i to mention the Nazi-Fascist era
! or "alter the trutn concerning
Nazi-Fascist persecutions."
c< ill-
expressed the hope that all Jew-: tion of Democratic Christians d
ish communities would become at- neo- Fascists, defeated the d ift
filiated with the World Jewish Con- bill in committee. The opponi 5
gress which -.stresses the unity of; (.| the Parri measure insisted I lat
passage of a bill would disenfi in
chise a party already represer I
the Jewish people."
Mario Bisori. Undersecretary of
the Ministry of the Interior, told
the Congress that the Italian Gov-
ernment has always "been deter-
mined to protect the religious liie
of Italian Jews, their rights and
their dignity as citizens."
in Parliament, thereby creating 10
undemocratic precedent.
to Churchill's abilities than did
most leading figures in England.
Owing to his German background,
Cassel himself was under a cloud
at the time.
The association between Schiff
By Special Report
NEW YORK Sir Winston
< hurchhill's long and strenuous
political career has had many tips
and downs. An interesting re-
minder of one of the "downs" is an',fCassel had drawn closer some
found in a letter preserved at the yeaM before wnrn Cassel rescued
American Jewish Archives, the griff's daughter, later Mrs. Felix
historical research institute on the Warburg. while the families were
Cincinnati Campus of the Hebrew mountain climbing in Switzerland.
Union College-Jewish Institute of Both men werc fercat philanthro-
Religion. pjsts but when it came to Jewish
The letter was written by Sir interests their paths diverged.
Finest Cassel, distinguished Brit- schiff was the outstanding Jew-
ish Jew ol German origin, to Jacob jsh iayman in America in his day.
Schiff. Schiff was one of early Cassel was estranged from Juda-
Iwentieth-century American Jew- lsm although his granddaughter.
ly's leading personalities. Countess Muiintbatten, who was
Both Schiff and Cassel were im- connectcd by marriage with the
porlant figures in the world of t'i- British royal family, showed her-
i anceSchiff in New York and s(,|f warmiy sympathetic to Jew-
-Ml in London. jsn caUses.
assel, whose intimacy with King -rn,. American Jewish Archives
Edward VII brought him social jg under the direction of Dr. Jacob j
i ninence, corresponded regularly p .Marcus.
\ ith Schiff, and on November 15,
1915, in the dark days of the First
World War. he wrote to Schiff:
The first session also heard
from several of t h e speakers
about Italian Jewry's contribu-
Paying homage to the millions tions to Italy's fights for free-
of victims of the Nazi era. the dele- i dom, from the days of the ris-
gates in another resolution dealing orgimento movement to the war
with the trial of Adolf Eichmann. for liberation of the country from
one of those chietly responsible," Nazi-Fascist rule. Tribute was
asserted that Israel had an "in- paid to the memory of a 12-year-
Bcnk Tells Appointment
Jack Carner, chairman of the
board of the Miami National B- -.k,
announced Wednesday that the
board of directors had appr< I
the appointment of Elizabeth C.
Harvey as assistant cashier,
bank training started 19 years -o
m Cleveland. O. She came to Mi-
ami in 11)49. Until her present in-
pointment, she was employed as
head teller since March.
At BarMitzvahs, Engagements, Wedding*,
at SheVllOth parties
ever//
SUncha
"Yew will see that Winston
Churchill has left the Cabinet
and is going to rejoin the Army.
I am very sorry, as I look upon
him as one of our best men. With
faults, I think, but who is with-
out them. In initiative and work-
ing power I place him more high-
ly than anyone (eft in the Cabi-
net."
Students Given
Science Awards
Mrs. Irving Matlin. president.
I and Arthur Padder. past president.
were to present the annual science
award to the Southwest Miami High
School on Thursday evening in be-
j half of B'nai B'rith Women's ehap-
I ter and Men's Lodge of Coral
i Gables.
A large plaque was presented to
Churchill had resigned from the; the school three years ago and
British Cabinet two days before each year the name of an outstanci-
this letter was written. He was i ing student is inscribed on it, with
then under a cloud owing to the i a smaller plaque presented to the
lailure of his strategic ideas, and individual student. Tbis year s win-
was an object of particular detesta-j ners are Patricia Nast and Richard
lion in the Conservative Party. Marks.
which eventually he came to lead. Mrs. David Sachs is chairman of
< assel showed more prescience as this project.
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Nathan is a distinguished econo-
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was national chairman of Aw.-'-
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He is also author of Mobilization
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V'Jenist fkiradlSain
Page 9-
Dade Chamber
Seeks Oldest
Employee Here
The search is now on for the old-
est citizen! in Dade county who are
working, In manufacturing plants
or servicing jnies for wages
or salaries.
In conjunction with a proclama-
tion being signed by Gov. Farris
Bryant ordering ttie week of May
21 throufi 27 a< 'Senior Citizens
Week.'" th committee on total em-
ployment i" the Miami-Dade Coun-
ts C'h.iii'-r or Commerce is en-
deavoring to locate the men and
women hose energy and interest
in life ft] tl with the desire
and sen <. of c mi tlishmenl to
continue to i If-supporting,
healthy, phys ..:..! mentally
capa < i com ting a day s work.
This. 1. to ce.ncnshate to em-
ployer? 'hat ;:-5se citizens are
found it be responsible, stable
and sal =factory, and that em-
ployers e^c'jld give consideration
to the ; ring ;? the 'over O."
Believi I b! the first such com-
- itee .11 .. ith a Chamb.-r
,l fjomn he 1'nited States,
r has I en continously meeting
md I : ila i plans to lessen
lh pi "- the aged.
' ''!' c W f C r many line- of
work is presenting a problem to
the entln i i and among our
Citii ei '- led are capable
worker' d Mrs. Florence
Fox, w.hi -. as chairman of
thi ccrrmitl Ecr the past nine
years, has woi ke io get business-
mi n ami lea 'i il industry to
lower the barriers on employing
the mature Hrar
\\ inni will ear at a ban-
{:! -r -or. bj the committee
on Mondny evening, May 22. in the
Biscaym Terrace hotel. Arrange
ir,(r! coi mittee chairman Is Leon-
ard Coli in
Hearing Society
In Local Drive
"When a hearing loss strikes, we
can help" is the theme of the Mi-
ami Hearing Society Better Hear-
ing Month educational campaign.
"Progress in correcting hearing
problems has been made.'" reports
Miss Ru'h Pontius, Society presi-
dent, but people afflicted don't
know what help is available or
where to find it.
"The Miami Hearing Society, a
United Fund service, is the agency
that is in business to help people
with hearing problems," explained
Miss Pontius
A Ivice on heanrg aids, treat-
ment, surgery, schools for child-
ren, jobs, vocational training, and
recreation activities is ottered.
A. Budd Cutler was installed
as president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community
Center at the Center's 10th
annual meeting las: week at
the Dupont Plaza hotel. Cut- :
ler succeeds outgoing pres-
ident Isidor Simkowitz.
Menorah Group
Sndirction Set
Menorah Hadassa installed of
t'icers for the coming year al a
brunch, Monday 11 a.m., :n the
home of Mr- Bernard Stevens,
6190 Montgomery dr.
Mrs. Gerald il:s 'stalled the
following: presi leni Mrs Stanley
Tinier; vice ; Mrs. Sam
S'einb<>rg, Mrs. William Warshaw,
Mrs Geoi ge R set tie I Mrs. Irv-
in a Weiner. a;..l r- ... i '.: -..'
Corresponding iretary, Mrs.
Joseph Traeger; recording secre-
tary. Mrs. Irving P^rimart; mem-
bership dues secretary, Mrs. Henry
Caro; financial secretary, Mrs. Sid-
ney Stiller; and treasurer. Mrs.
Manuel Lube!.
Youth Group Will
Elect Officers
Organizational meeting of 'he
post-Bar Mitzvah Boys Club oi Ye-
hudah Moshe was held recently. i1
was announced by Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz.
After a breakfast sponsored by
the Men's Ciub. the group went to
Haulover Beach for swimming and
game-.
Next meeting will be Sunday.
10.30 a.m., in Popiel Hall, and will
include election of officers and
plans for summer activities.
VIeyer Klotz i^ youth director,
and will be assiste I >y Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
Gold listed in Roster
Jack J. Gold. 311 Lincoln rd ,
Miami Beach, representative of
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.,
i- listed in the 1961 rosier of the
Million Dollar Bound Table of the
National Assn. of Life Underwri-
ters. Fewer than one percent of
the world's insurance agents are
Round Table member.-.
Two ZOA Tours
To Israel Slated
Several rac lions at the ZOA
House in Tel Avtt and a special
luncheon and program at the Kfar
Silver Agricultural Training School
in Ashk. Ion will be part of the
second 81 nual June tour to Israel
and Km ope sponsored by the
Southeast region of the Zionist Or-
ganizati< of America.
The first tour will depart by
iet on ,)i.-e 11. .and return July 19
I)-. jet, or by ship. July 26. In-
cluded will h- a 16-day stay in Is-
rael, and tours of London. Man-
chester, Paris, Lausanne, Geneva.
Nice Roi e Naples, Athens, Vien-
na and Ai sterdan
I hi in i will depart by
s lip on I me 14 and return by ship
July 26 This tour will also spend
16 d Israel, and in addition
v. ill visM Paly, Greece,
Franci and E ...and. The tours
have been arrai jed so that both
will arrive to Israel at the same
time and leave together.
David Goodwin t* chairman cf
Ihe Southeast region ZOA tourism
committee.
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Friday. May 19, iggj
The World Reacts to the Adolf Eichmann Trial
PARIS(JTA>Israels runt to
try Adolf Eichmann was vigorously
reaffrimed here at a meeting
which was delayed for an emergen-
cy search by 50 policemen of the
premises after receipt of letters
warning that two time bombs had
been placed in the building.
The meeting proceeded after a
thorough search of t h e building
failed to produce any bombs, and
after police were stationed in the
area. Speakers included Alfred
CoVe-Floret, former French prose-
cute r at the Nuremberg trials, and
Raymond Schnnttlein. president of
the Union for the New Republic
Parliamentary group. The speak-
ers praised Israel tor having
brought the former Gestapo
coli nel to trial.
Schmittlein said it was not Eich-
mann but "the horrors of anti-
Semitism wherever it may exist"
which was on trial in Jerusalem.
He lauded Israel for having "dealt
a mortal blow to racism through-
out the world." He charged that
Nasserism and th* Arab League
were th "followers and succes-
sors" of the Hitler doctrines.
Coste-Flbret discussed the con-
tention of Dr. Servatius, Eich-
mann's chief defense counsel, that
an Israeli court was not competent
to judge Nazi criminals. The form-
er prosecutor, who has made a
thorough study of the Eichmann
case from the legal point of view,
said Israel was not only entitled to
trj Eichmann but also had a moral
right to do so.
Jacques Soustelle, former Cabi-
net member and organizer ol the
meeting, said the Eichmann trial
was the prosecution of a particular
ideology of racism, and asserted
Egypt was the "last refuge" of
racists and anti-Semites. He called
on the western democracies to do
their utmost to support Israel
which he called an island of democ-
racy and fair play in a troubled
Middle East.
Italy Acts to Prevent Incidents
ROMEi JTA IItalian Interior
Minister Mario Scelba gave as-
surances recently that police au-
thorities had been instructed to
take special precautionary mea-
sures to prevent anti-Semitic inci-
dents coinciding with the trial of
Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Jerusa-
lem.
The assurance was given by
the official to Dr. Sergio Piper-
no, president of the Union of
Italian Jewish Communities, and
Renxo Levi, vice president, when
the two Jewish leaders visited
Mr. Scelba to invite him to at-
tend the opening of the Union's
Congress on Sunday. The Min-
ister said an official representa-
tive of the Government would
attend the opening session.
The three men discussed the re-
cent clashes between Jews and neo-
Fascists in Rome, and it was dur-
ing this conversation that the In-
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terior Minister promised
police would watch for anti-Sen
developments.
\ survey of the Italian press in
dicated that all Italian newspapers
ere giving a heavy and syn
thetic coverage to the Eichn
rial The lone exception was
official organ of the neo-Fascisi
party, Secolo D'ltalia. which has
not "printed a single line on the
trial proceedings to date
Swiss Dipiomat Refuses To
Be Defense Witness
VIENNA(JTA)A Swiss
mat now serving In Austria, who
managed to provide diplomati
tection for 50.000 Hungarian Jews
marked by Adolf Eichmann for the
gas chambers, refused this week
a defense counsel requesi
pear as a witness for the Nazi in
las trial in Jerusalem.
The diplomat is Charles Luti,
now Swiss Counsel General in
Bregeni who served from 1939 to
1940 as Swiss Consul General in
Jerusalem. When Eichmann
came to Budapest in 1942, the
Swiss official intervened for the
50,000 Jews, most of whom sur-
vived the Naxi holocaust and emi-
grated to other countries, includ-
ing Israel.
The diplomat later was invited
to visit Israel where a street in
Haifa now bears his name Hun-
dreds of Hungarian Jews who sur-
vived the Nazi era because of the
diplomat's intervention lined the
streets when he visited Israel
lerbolt," was
culous" in terming the Eich-
il "a ->* Propaganda
hoax
The Arkansas Governor said he
hae first hand experiences with
Nazi atrocities during World War
II when he served as an intelli-
gence officer in the U.S. 3Sth in-
fantry Division. He said he could
Personally testify that the Ger-
mans burned innocent victims to
death.
avoidingwherever possible-^ h e
words "Jews" and "anti-Semitism >
These terms did not appear
above-cited Fravda reports. Nei-
ther did they appear in the L-
account of the trial on Apr u. \%
had earlier Radio Moscow
mentaries. the recent published re-
ports refer to the millions rf
people" from "various Eur
countries" who were murder
the orders of Eichmann
thai the atrocities ol
stands accused in
,ax" and that
ewed the evi-
. imann crimes G rv-
| the defenders
il Eichmann in Arkansas -mis
terate liars."
Moscow Press Radio
Give Scant Coverage
NEW YORK- JTA -Radio Li
pty reported this week that So-
news media thus far devoted
relatively little attention to the
trial Of Adolf Eichmann in Israel.
\ current issue ll Pravda did not
mention the trial at all. An another
Pravda merely published a
Ta-> dispatch from Tel Aviv, re-
ting the conference o( the Fight-
ers Against Nazism, which had de-
manded that the Eichmann trial
must become a trial ol Nazism."
Hal'..) Liberty ilso noted that
5 u ;et ; irts in I broadcasts are
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Again this year, between May 1
and Nov. 15. Seaboard Railroad
18 offering reduced round-trip coach
and Pullman fares between Florida
and northern cities, according to
w J. Ficht, general passenger
agent of Seaboard. Miami.
He quoted these typical round-
trip coach fares which will apply:
Miami to New York. $70.71; Wash-
ington, $51.35; Philadelphia. 162.71.
All tare.- are plus tax and nominal
charge for reserved, reclining
coach seat each way on Seaboard's
Silver Streamliners
In revealing these reductions, he
stressed the growing popularity of
package tours to such places as
Williamsburg, Washington. Phila-
delphia. New York. New England
and Canada, which combine hotel
rates and sightseeing with rail
transportation on Seaboard's Silver
Meteor and Silver Star.
"Another popular package ar-
rangement," he said, "is the New
York City Theatre Toor, which
includes orchestra seats to top
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commodations, sightseeing and,
of course, the trip each way on
Seaboard's Silver Fleet. The
Theatre Tour may be taken in-
dividually or as a member of a
group."
Twice-daily. Seaboard departures
north and southbound give the va-
cationer a choice of two modern
stainless steel streamliners.
On board the Silver Meteor and
Silver Star are spacious lounge ac-
commodations for all passengers
including a tavern-observation car
eompUte with refreshments Sea
board dining car prices follow the
economy vacation trend, too. Three
meals can cost as little as $4.40
One feature which contributes
to pleasant traveling on the Silver
Fleet, is Seaboard's Hospitality
Hour each afternoon" Ficht said,
"when all passengers are invited to
the dining car for complimentary
Florida orange juice and coffee."
Another Seaboard exclusive"' is
a registered nurse on the Silver
Meteor and Silver Starparticular-
ly appreciated by parents traveling
with young childrenas well as a
passenger service agent to advise
passengers on travel details. Coach
attendants keep the cars clean and
attractive during the entire trip.
Bowling Execs at Confab
Bowling Proprietor- Assn. of
Florida convention this year will
be attended by Nat Kogan. presi-
dent of the Bowling Proprietors
Assn. of America. Earl Reed, vice
president of American Bowling
Congress, and Robert Lynch, field
representative of American Bowl-
ing Congress, as well as Lou Frantz.
regional vice president of the Bowl-
ing Proprietors Assn, of America,
and Homer Klene, executive direc-
tor of the National Bowling Coun-
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German Workers Protest
Appearance of Swastikas
BONNi.JTA A rash i
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Elite Guard, which i n
numerous buildings the night be-
fore the trial of Nazi Adolf Eich-
mann opened, in the Rhmelar.d in-
dustrial city. Wermelskichen.
prompted a workers' protest march
this week
Thousands ot workers joined in
the march organ i
man Labi." F< The W
melskichen inciden w<
ol that kind since thi
Two mas i -. one 25 ar I th
30, wen arrested >rl ifte
merskicher polic
a r o j :i bearing
thr ugh w Inch I nsp ; e
asked to help find the vandal?
\ ithorities in B n
ed as hoping the
Rhineland town t a I
runner of a countrywi le
of such reactions to I
trial.
Police Guard Institutions
RIO DE JANEIRO JTA -
Police in a number of Braz
cities kept watch here in Jew-
ish institutions and synagogu
though no anti-Jewish incidents
veloped from t h e trial
Eichmann in Jerusale
Jewish families in several (ities
had received threatening leu
warning of "reprisals" for the trial
Entire Brazilian press gave bea I
line coverage to the trial Some
of the newspapers demanded the
death penalty for the Nazi but
others asserted that life impr
ment would be more fittii
Arkansas Governor
Rebukes Publication
LITTLE ROCK JTA -
Orval Faubus recentlj
the National States
which noi
f N'azi
Faubus s
'Ethics of Fathers' Class
Rabbi Gerald
a class in ]-
-
al !
murnt* -nter for th -

I
pen id m follow tl
refre
fterhood, will precede
at BABY TIME
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.

Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
life.
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GEMS OF WISDOM
As God permeates the universe.
; so the law has found its u'jv among
all mankind. JOSEPH US

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We are Living in a Time
Of Ever Changing Values
By RABBI SAMUEL JAFFE
Hollywood Temple Beth El
The Presidenl of the United
State? ha? recently created a new
administrative post, and made on
unprecedented appointment ol an
ethical coordinati r for business, and
tovernment. Th unethical practi-
ces in business arc. in some govern-
mental departments which have
come to light, hav made it im-
perative for our chiel executive to
establish a >;:;( .\,-; rv aiioncy to
monitor the procedures of private
corporate enterprises, as well as
lhos of the administrative branch
1.; government
Unfortunate!}. th<
practices ol price-fixing, rebates,
and the flagranl violation of anti-
trust regulations by the executive
personnel <; large corporations,
many of which enjoj huge govern-
I menl contracts, only mirror the
prevailing men.; climate which
pervades ever) aspeel ol our cui-
iure. "The fast buck" i.- the mea-
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ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Thureaa} 7:15 a.m Bar Mltzvah:
Chai le*. son ol Mr. and Mi n .\!
Braha Krlda> 8:1.1 |i.m Baa Mltz-
vah: Carol, daughter of Mr and .Mrs
Seymour Vlumi n Saturday s:i", p.m.
Bar Mltzvah Albert Roodman, son of
Mr. and Mrs held man; Stewart, iion
ot Mi .in Mr* Charlea Bodzln. Sun-
day 8:30 a.m Bar Mltzvah: Alan, non
if Mr. and Mi.- ii\ rig Barkoff, Mon-
day 10:3 a.m. zki r
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassteld.
l-"rlda> I I 1 ] Satui day *:30 a.m.
.mil 7:80 |i.m Snnda.x B:3ti a m, Ser-
mon: "Shavuot, 1 hi Birthday o1 \~ '
1.id .is .v Nat on." Monda) y .''' .i m.
- on; "rii. Importance 01 Torah In
Jew isli 1.if> ." Tiz ifr, lu a.m,
1
CAUDUUGHJING WM
4 Sivan 6:47 p.m.
BlimnriiBiiiltim!'iilT:iir:iriiiiiiii!iHiiii
da> II 11 Bar Mltzvah: Jed, i-->n
nf Mi and Mrs, Mori Zimmerman.
1 onl rmatlon service Saturday SO
p.m .-" m I j 10 r. .1 in Shavuot svi-v-
i. ..ml V i I
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 168O0 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ha ry
L. Lawrence.
RABBI SAMUIL JAFFl
. radically undermined
sure of success, and the enlargement of one's self-image is contingent
on the degree tf bis circumvention of the established law.
We are living at a time when all our moral values are in a state of
flux. That which was once considered sacred and inviolate and which
functioned as the touchstone of our social and spiritual outlook, has been
radically undermined Integrity and honesty, the human virtues which
constitute the true measure of man. and the basis of his relationship with
his fellow, are being challenged.
It must be understood that the unethical practices recently revealed
are but the latest manifestation of the transformation which has been
taking place for seme time now in the realm oi morality. 1 do not be
lieve that the appointment of an olficial watchdog will eliminate these
excesses, nor resolve our present moral crisis. Perhaps such a program
will achieve salutary results in the areas which are currently under fire
and for those who have been censured for gross malpractice. But in
the final analysis, with our moral posture being what it is. such monitor-
ing of ethical practices does not strike at the heart ot our decadence.
Our ethical ambivalence has conditioned men to utilize their astuteness
and ingenuity in discovering new loopholes by which to circumvent the
law and to employ devious methods to achieve their desired ends.
The conditions in our society which prompt such a debilitating atti-
tude, only poim to the degeneration of our moral librc. Modern man
' has created a dichotomy between morality and law.
The Book c! Levictus, which we conclude this Sabbath, weds morali-
ty to legislation ~ri projects the basis of a positive moral climate in
society It underscores the fact that legislation is predicated on moral
commitment. "Y< Shall be Holy" is the admonition which climaxes the
remarkable ethic:.) legislation in Chapter 19. Judaism gives human
values a Go l-orientation. Our sages were convinced that ethical legisla-
tion may require th discipline oi earthbound institutions, but that they
must be rooted ir the gossamer stuff of the heavens.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Kiii ;i> v.'." |i. 1: Sermon: "Sha\ 1 I
Season of Giving and Receiving:." Sat
tirday 9 a m. Bar Mltzvah: Arnold,
.-ii of Mr ..in': Mrs. Charles Baum
Shavuot s,^\i,-, begins Saturday 6:43
p.m. biindaj 8 a.m. Sermon: "(if sins \,u, ,
and Slnal." Monday 9 a.m, Ylzkor I
service. Sermon: "Beyond Death,
Martyrdom f/rom Bgypt to Elch-
111:1 nn."
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Wzthlng.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
TEMPLE iSRMLt. '37 HE 19th it.
Reform. Rabo1 Joseph R. Narat.
Cantor Jacob Bornitein.
Krldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: '"Price Klx-
liifr, Democracy and Morality In
Fertiliiers and Criemicals
The country has had a favorable
lainy season. The farmers hoped
'hat the rain would continue to fall
I whole of the winter But every
tiller of the soil knows that this
heavenly gift is not sufficient.
Much preparatory work is involved
to guarantee large yields. First
1 all, the vitality of the soil must
b replenished, and it must be well
manured.
The Fertilizers and Chemicals
[ Company near Haifa assists Israeli
[farmers by its production of all
[kinds of chemical fertilizers that
Jare needed in modern farming.
I Fifteen main products of an annual
| ll-ieir way to the local market and
laoroad -too. Last year alone, the
[company sold I26 million worth
ti products, thus freeing the na-
tional purse of foreign currency
[expenditure in importing fertili-
ers.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
What is "Akdcmut"?
Akdomut is the name of a poem
oi nintey stanzas written by Meir
ben Isaac Nahorai n Aramaic, in
the eleventh century. This poem
is chanted alond responsively .in
the synagogue at the beginning of
the reading' oi the Torah on the
first day of Shavuot. The author
lived in Worms and was believed
to have beer, a teacher of the fam-
lous Rashi.
:
Why was this poem written and
used in Aramaic?
It is claimed that this poem was
written in Aramaic because it pro-
claims the majesty of the Almighty
and it was desired that the angels
be mystified and left unknowing
of its meaning. Since the angels
onlv understand Hebrew., it w a s
chanted in Aramaic. This is the
reason advanced by Kabbalists for
having many prayers and poems
recited in Aramaic instead of He-
brew-
Others have a more practical
reason. Originally, alter every He-
brew verse read from the Torah.
there was an Aramaic translation.
This poem, being used on the Sha-
vuot festival when the Ten Com-
mandments are read, served as an
introduction to the Aramaic trans-
lation of this important section of
the Holy Scriptures. Since the
translation was in Aramaic, it was
most fitting that any introduction
r: *r.' "' "...
This page it pre^a-cd in co-
i operation u-.th ike Spiritual Lead-
I ers of the Greater Miami Rubhin-
(Col Afsi.
RaV'-i David Heraoa
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Herscn
Tales oj Moral
Rabbi Solomon Schifl
c~! ms i / W '.id. m
mrnniinisBMlBtiiiir"^!'""'""".........i'"""1"""
to it would likewise be written in
Aramaic.
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What purpose did this poem serve?
Generally, it was an introduction
to the translation of the Torah read
ing. or now. when there is no pub-
lic Aramaic translation, it is an
introduction to the Torah reading
itself. Many felt, however, that its
implication had even a more prac
tical importance. The author wrote
the poem during a period of ex-
treme hardship and difficulty for
the Jewish peop'e.
They were being tempted to ac-
cept other faiths and their lot was
a difficult one. After the author's
death the crusades finally began
bringing t h e whole storm to its
boiling point.
DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel.
Friday R:3(! p.m. Sermon: "As We
Approach Sinai." Saturday I a.m.
Sermon: "Tin- Commandments In All
Their Glory." shavuot strvit*,- begins
Saturday 8:30 p.m. Sunday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Th Tablets of Man's
Heart Monday h a.m. Ylzkor. Ser-
mon: "Ylzkor. :. Revel tlon of Tears."
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
I* .,> 8:30 y in. saturda> !* a.m and
!i 30 p 111 Si rmon: "Ethics of Fa-
thers." Shavuot service begins Satur-
>]> 6 :" p.m Sunday 9 a.m, Monila)
;i in. Ylzkor 10:30 a.m
T. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 180"
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Levine.
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HEBREW ACADEMY, p-.g 6th st. Or-
thodox, Rabtv A.exander Gross.
Him cu pcr^lD^^ ic-hh C^N.
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st.. Hia-
leah.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201
Johnrn st Cc-ise-vative. Rabbi
Dav d Shapiro. Carter Yehudah
Heiibraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. CciservM ive. Rabbi Morton
Maiavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Saturday 6:15 p.m, Sunday R:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Our Legacy." Monda> R:3"
i.m. Ylzkor, 10 a ni. Sermon: "Per-
letuating Our Inheritance."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1*15 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional.
Viii.-iy ii:i". p.m. Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
.>i service Saturday 6:46 p.m.
Sunday v a :" Sermon: "SegreBa-
lon I'nder Talmudlc Law." Monday
10 .i.Mi Sermon: "Can Civilization
-u:\iv. without Observing the Tor-
ih?" Ylzkor si rvlee
OHEV SHALOM. P11 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman
i--' Iday 6:1" p.m. Fatfrdaj v r. b m
nj 8:4,-1 a.m. Mondaj s 13 a.m.
~.i-iii..ii "Recel\ ns and Transmit-
tins Ylzkor, lo:30 a m
= OUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8tr
t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
i!.,. S;i: p.m Mrs Albert Rom-
-!. in. Sisterhood president, will speak
ii "Role of the ms;.-ill.....i in Hi-
Promotion of the Torah." Ones Shah-
'..-i! ii..-1 Mrs Henrietta Waldman in
honor of Si.-i, rh.....I. Saturdaj H I."
i.m. Shavuot aervlci Saturday 7 p.m.
4undaj 9 i in Si rmon: "The world is
in Need of Conseoratlon." Consecra-
:,ii service ..f students of religious
lehool, Mondaj S a m Ylzkor,
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320
mc 17'st St. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
KTiday y p.m .- -lee m be dedl-
a ted to newly-elected officers repre-
sented by Marshal Comla, president,
mi Herb Salzman, chairman of the
loard.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., S. Miami. ReTorm Raobl Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
rFMBLE B'TH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
PYIday B p.m. Saturdaj I a.m. and
1:45 p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. Conflrma-
i i TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chss.
live Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor Davlo Convlser.
FYlday 8:]S p.m. Graduation and Con-
secration pre-confirmands. Satur-
TEMPLE JUDt~. 320 Palermo avs.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
FYlday vi-". p.m. Sermon: "I'hi.s la i.>
Certify." Graduates will conduct' tiie
service and their parents will present
the floral offering. Brotherhood will
present awards to Carole Goldberg
ii.i Robert Shubow, Saturday f<<:30
a.m. Bas Mltzvah: Judy, daughter i
Mr. and -Mrs F*rank Toback. Shavuot
se'vlce begins Saturday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday a.m. Ylzkor, n a.m.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75tb at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owit2. Cantor Edward Klein.
Fridaj S:13 p.m. Sermon: "Life in a
Desert." Installation "f Men's Club
officers ami board of directors, s-.t-
., in s. rmon "The Portion
: the i.aw Bar Mltzvah: Barry,
-.11 ol Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kernel i
Richard, son of Mr and Mrs. Irving
Turbln Shavuot service Saturday
n Sunday 8 i". a.m, Conflrma-
ii. n exi i Isi 10 SO a in Monday : 16
Ylzkor.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Simii'l Gombera.
, I. in Rabbi Eugene La -
v Itz >v ill revli u "The Rise and I ill
i.f ih. Third Reich," by William
Shirer Members of the volunteer
i-hnir will b< honored Saturdaj Sha-
vuot service 6:30 p.m. Sunday 15
a.m. Mondaj 8:43 a.m Yizkoi lo:30
a.m
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 16th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
> v]-, p.ni Consecration of i.-.-n-
flrmands Saturdaj n a.m. Sunday
h ni Shavuot and conflrmat m
~. vlc<
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 651
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabal
Leo Heim.
FYldav v:i". p.m. Sermon 'Shavuot
\ Lesson in Simplicity." Ones Bhah
bat hosts: Mr. and and Mrs. .lark
F*eldman In honor of their wedding
annlversarv. Saturday '' a.m. >
in..n. "Weekly Portion ( the 1-aM
Shavuot service begins Saturday 6t30
n in Sunday 9 am. and 6:3 I pjn.
,i "TorahA Way ot Life or
;. Way of Living?" Monday 9 a.m.
Ylzkor, 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "WI a
Hi, Dead are Conaldered \ii\-
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TEMPLE ZAMOR*. 44 Zamon ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday vi ..
Sermon: "Portion of the week." Sha
vuot service begins Saturday 6tls
p.m. Sundaj 8:4Ti a m Monday '-t:'
b m Ylzkor, 10:80 a m.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th It.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Frlrlai 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Illusion
.,,,,1 Reality." Has Mltzvah: .in.in'i
daught. i of Mr. and Mrs B pn*
sni.w,.nil Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah Robert, son ..f Mr, and Mis.
Samuel Lazer; Stanley, Bon Mrs.
Mamie L ingbeln.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
|. idoj v ;;n pin. Sermon: 'Musi vja
Remain in the Wilderness?" "i"-u
Sha boat boat: Mrs. Ann Harris in
honor of birthday of Mrs. Sarah
Levin h. r mother. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "If You Walk in the Wafv*
of Torah Saturday 8:30 p.m. ser-
mon: "Weeka and Weakneeaes." Sun-
(l.,\ a ni Sermon: "Strength fr-Mn
Slnal Sunday 7tS0 p.m. Confli
lion s.Tvi.-e. Monday 9 a.m. Yizki'.r.
ii ., m e-ermon: "Finding the Sovla
of i >nr Departed."
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger.

FYlday 8:13 p.m Guest speaker, Ric,h-
ard Gerateln, will talk on "Faith in a
Changing Time." Oneg Shabbat In
h..in r of ORT, represented h> Mrs.
Gerald Freed, president.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 90 NE 171tt et
OrthoCi. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.


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Friday. May 13, igg
Report Banking Firms Dropping Bars to Jews
NEW YORK (JTAi Major
banking firms in the United States
are beginning to show a willingness
tt grant equal opportunity to Jews
seeking an executive career in
banking, according to a study dis-
closed at the 54th annual meeting
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee.
Delegates also were told by Dr.
John Slawson, executive vice presi- I
dent, that despite "the prophecies
of doom that have come out of Is-
rael and elsewhere. Judaism in
America will survive and flourish."
The two-year survey in Philadel-
phia of employment practices in
major banks found that barriers
against Jews persisted but that
'the door is no longer firmly shut."
The study was the pilot project of
iurveys of major banks throughout
the United States.
The survey showed that in Phil-
adelphia, Jews comprise 25 per-
cent of the college graduates.
In contrast, only slightly more
than one-half of the one percent
cf the officers at the six largest
tanks were Jewish. Four of these
six banks had no Jewish officers
at all despite the fact that most
bank officers are drawn from the
ranks of college graduates.
The American Jewish Committee
know there is another to Jewishness beside relig on?
"Thare are Jewi who are ^
religious but whe censide: thtm-
salves Jaw* and vf.o are identi.
fied as Jaws. Arc they (ess w
because thay are not religious?
Jews nearly always fino them.
selves on the side of secularists
and humanists ir the c.ilogut
cr debata with K religionists."
Israel's capacity to shape new lives and provide new training
is reflected in the vibrant beauty of a secretarial student at the
Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi, Jerusalem, one of a network of voca-
tional high schools sponsored by the Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America. Youngster pictured above was brought
10 the Holy Land from Morocco five years ago._________________j
hostility might exist toward Jews, to note that since this study was
This, they said, is frequently a pro- begun, one o! the largest b.mk>
duct of the fear of competition.j named its first Jewish member
The bankers stressed that they con-; to the board and two others have
sider this a minor problem which hired their first Jewish executive
can be corrected. "It should be trainees
noted, however.'" the survey
- I and permit Jews to select those or-
I ganizaliens that express their,
I American-Jewish interests and that j
represent their particular points of:
| view and serve as channels to do i
things the way each group would!
like to have them done: that we!
not stultify by superimposing over-,
all umbrellas; that collaboration : Dr. slawson emphasized 'hat the
lake place on a voluntary basis or e,ection of prtsJ,|ent ,;.nne(1
I independent autonomous entities. ..markcd America's entr -ito a
that we do not create out oi Jews post.protestant era, dwt'inguished.
in America a separate enclave "one by industrial urbanism and ly relj.
1 voice.' "one spokesman gious racial and ethnic p,. (i;sm .,
Pointing out that America is of- He said that with respect to the
ten being spoken of as a tri-faith new Administration, tv. things
jcoun'.ry. Slawson said: "As a Jew- must be kept in miEd: the enter,
ish group we put lorth our claim genee of reactionary grou as a
for recognition and acceptance as protest to a liberal admin ration,
one of the three great religions in such as the John Bjrch Society,
America. We have assumed all of and that pluralism calls for jii in-
the accounterments of a religious crease in intergrour. contacts -and
group in American s leiety. Yet may therefore result in in ergroup
often we are uncomfortable in this conflicts due to difference.! in per-
attire. Is that not because we ceptions and values."
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^BROWN'S
re-
port commented, "that the hiring
arranged a series of interviews |
with bank olficiaN. college and un
versity placement staffs, and others
idated to the general field. Meet-
ings were held with ranking of-
ficers among the six major banks
and a number of smaller banks.
Some of the bankers interviewed
acknowledged that even on lower
of new personnel often takes place
at this level.*'
Despite the existence of a num
ber of -negative stereotypes'' about j
Jews among bankers, the inter- j
vierwers were concerned "that op-j
portunities exist for Jews in bank-!
ing." In this connection, the re-1
and middle levels of banking some port points out: "It is interesting
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The president of the Federal
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Karl R. Bopp, in an introduction
to the study, declared that the
country's future economic growth
and security requires utilization
of the talents and energies of
"all our people, irrespective of
race, religion, or ethnic origin."
Mr. Bopp noted that "prejudice
and outmoded attitudes with re-
gard to members of the Jewish
faith still exist" and that "tnis re-
mains a disturbing problem." He
added: "What is encouraging is
that bankers are aware of it and
are addressing themselves to it."
Dr. Slawson in his address at the
opening session urged the preven-
tion of the formation of contralism
in Jewish community life, whether
international, national or local.
"1 would also urge," he said, "that
we keep Jewish communal life vol-
untary as the general American
life is voluntary, with its richness,
variety and flourishing progress;
that we should consider differences
among Jews us well as similarities
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Friday. May 19, 1961
9>. I^winti Flmrirf/faun
Page 13-C
Study
JWB Body Will
Launch
Of Programs
...,..,. ...___
NEW YORK (JTA)The Na-
tional .Jewish Welfare Board has
created a committee on reappraisal
and r^irir>i"g charged with respon-
sibility tor undertaking an immedi-
ite objective reappraisal of jwb's
program, organizational structure
community r lationship, it was
unced here by Solomon Litt,
president'.
man o. the committee is
. .-jtern. a JWB vice president,
i. well as vice president of the
ncil of Jewish Federations and
iVelfare Funds, [t is expected that
the committee's Cincings will be
read;, early in L362 and will be
acted on at JWB'S 1962 national
convention in Miami Beach.
In authorizing [he study. JWB's
executive committee was motivat-
ed by the need to re-examine the
way ia which J'A3 carries out its
[unctions and services in the light
i>! it; commitments in '
major areas of service.
Colemcm Opens
Beach Headqfrs.
For Council Race
Attorney Renrj E C< leman is a
candidate for Miami Beach City
Council. His headquarters are at
1352 IBfUigseii urn
HENRY CCLtMAN
Insurance Execs
Attend Confab
Fred A. Sandier a-d Ivan B. Fish-
er, leading representatives of the
staff of Metropolitan Life Insur-
ance Company- Biscayne district
its three i office at 3200 S\V 3 ave., Miami,
Coleman, running for one of lour
seats up for election on June 6,
stated he will stage "a two-fisted
Campaign in the interest of in-
creased tounsin for the Beach."
"We must bring back the tree-
spending tourist to Miami Beach,
or it's goodbye, Miami Beach," de-
clared the can !i late at the opening
ceremonies of his campaign here.
Col?msn is pledged "to fight
for the extension of state con-
tioiied, (tale-supervised legalized
gambling for Miami B?sch." He
said he is tr.e first council can-
t'idatp in th? history c' Miami
Beach to make I at the chief
plank in a platform fur office.
The can dared him-
seli "em] separate
county f< i Miami Be k h."
other planks in h:s p atform are
"an ag i essivt ;a uration tourist
and i .ram; bigger
and better planned special events
the year round, including an en-
larged program for teen-age visi-
tors here in the summer months;
Moise Israel, wife, Laura, and 8-year-old daughter, Clara, are
first family of Jews from the Congo to migrate to the United
States with the assistance of United Hias Service. A former
aeneral store owner in Elisabethville, the Israels are resettling
in Seattle, Wash. "The right to live belonas to every human
being, not as a member of an ethnic or religious group, but
as an individual."
Far-reaching changes at home
and efcroad that have been paral-
leled by equally significant
changes in JWB's fields of work
"mal-.e it imperative for JWB to
look closely at itself and the Wfiy
it is meeting its commitments,"
the at arge to the Committee on
Reappraisal and Planning point-
ed out.
The charge explains that "the
executive committee desires to as-
sure the fact that JWB is achieving
it> purposes effectively, efficiently
and economically." and "wishes to
he certain that the organization is
meeting its responsibilities to the
maximum."_ To accomplish these
objectives, 'JWB's executive com-J
mittet is asking the committtee on j
reappraisal and planning to find I
the answers to. these basic ques-
tions:.
1. What should be JWB's pro-
attended a four-day conference expansion of golf and other tourist St VenSOIl Will Be Speaker
with President Cecil J. North and recreation facilities; preservation
other officers of the company at ; of our remaining beaches for all of By Special Report
The Breakers in Palm Beach re-j the people: planned rezoning to r- <-.
cently. | serve the best interests of our com-: NEW Rk-Adlai E. Stevenson,
Last year, both men placed more munity: a comprehensive courtesy I United Mates Ambassador to the i establishment of the Stevenson
than $1,000,000 in individual life program, led by a Miami Beach United Nations, will deliver an ad- Fund of the Seminary's Herbert H.
insurance to rank among the top, citizens voluntary Courtesy Corps; | dress at a dinner in his honor at Lehman Institute of Ethics^Din-
200 of almost 30.000 Metropolitan; rebirth of a true civic pride and
field representatives in the United I spirit in Miami Beach."
the Jewish Museum of the Jewish
Theological Seminary on May 23.
Occasion for the dinner is the
States and Canada. For Sandier, | Coleman, an attorney for 16
ber of Commerce, Civic League.
it was the second time that his an
nual sales have passed the million
mark.
Sandler's home is at 2720 SW 2
ave., and Fisher lives at 8840 SW
61st ct.
years, is married and resides at. Miami Beach Elks and Knights of
Surf side Society
In Final Concert
Final concert or tne 1960-61 sea-
| son of the Surfside Music Society
was held here recently in
the Malayan Lounge of the Singa-
grani in the lS60's? 2. How should pore hotel.
JWB "be or'ganuel to provide the
services this program requires? j The program, w h c h featured
3 What can and should be done ; members of the Society, inphlded
t i str< ngthen and streamline JWB's
lay structure?
understanding
proved?
4. How can public
of JWB be im-
Susan Brinegar, soprano; Alex Del
lerson, baritone; Estelle Hober-
man, interpretive dancer; Rose
Dellcrson, soprano; and Rosaline
White, pianist.
In June, an outdoor party is plan-
ned by the Society in the patio of
the Singapore, with a Hawaiian
dance team entertaining.
Metropolitan
Names Morales
Etiuardo Morales was unanimous
ly named president of the Metro-
politan Bank of Miami by the or-
ganization's board of directors, j
A. J. Harris, board chairman, has B'nai B'nth Bowling League will
hold a dinner party on Saturday
Bowling League
Schedules Dinner
Pythias. Miami Beach and Bis-
cayne Democratic Clubs, and Zion-
; ist Organization of America.
4415 Post ave. He is a member of
the Florida and Miami Beach Bar
Assns. He is a former senior vice
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans and is judge advocate of i He is a decorated war veteran.
Miami Beach American Legion' and served as lieutenant in the
Post 85. He is affiliated with Mi- Army Air Force during World War
ami Beach Taxpayers' Assn., Cham- II.
ner guests will be the 60 communi-
ty leaders who will serve as trus-
tees of the Sl.500.000 Stevenson
Fund, which they have undertaken
to raise. Samuel Daroff, of Phila-
delphia, is chairman of the dinner
committeee.
The Herbert H. Lehrman Institute
of Ethics was established in 195S.
Its program is the study of the
ethical and moral teachings of the
Talmud.
<
announced. -;.'
.lotning Metro
politajn in mi lf>58 as sen joi
\ice; president
les was ij
iharge of thi
i' a n k's Inrerna
11 ona 1 Depart
nient until hif
new appointment
Placing specla I
emphasis oi
at in American
banking fcrvices. Morales
he is widely known and regarded in
crnational financial circle-
Morales came to Miami in 1945
lo organize the Pan American Bank
of Miami. l!j remained with Pan
American as a senior officer until
B short time after control of the
bank changed hands. In early 1957.
he joined the Mercantile Nal
Bank as chief executive officer.
One year later, Because of a do-
sire to work with a downtown Mi- i
ami bank, where he fell he could
make maximum use of his experi-
ence in Latin American banking,
he joined Metropolitan.
Morales and his wife, Ana. r< sid
at 2355 S. Miami ave. They hv
two sons, both in the mortgage
nancing field.
evening in the Deauville hotel's
Casanova room.
According to Dr. Stan Cooke,
some 25 persons are expected to
attend.
Following dinner, the group will
see t h e Casanova room's Barry
\shton production, "Playmates of
Paris." .
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fjewlstfkrkftar
Friday. May 19 1951
Israel Tourist Trends
Viewed for Future
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON JTA) The
\ear 1965 will see an Israel
which 240,000 tooristi will
Biblical sites by helicopter an I
ipeod an estimated S56.000.000
acording to a forecast bj a r
*rd States Government tourism
research team.
The expert-, dispatched to I*-
by the International Coopera-
tion Administration, pre:.
p r^e from this year's esti-
mated 110.000 tourists Israeli
tourism has become big buaii
Only 3.700 tourists visited Israel
in 1948.
For 1961 and 1962. the impact
Ol the movie "Exodus" is expect-
ed to offer a substantial boost.
1961 is also the i3-h anniversary
of Bar Mitzvah year, of Israel.
The year 1963 will mark the 15th
anniversary of the State. Less in-
crease is predicted for 1964. the
year of the World- Fair in New
York. By 1965. however. Israel
uiirbe firmly established among
the world's most important tour-
ist nation-, attracting non-Jews
n~ well as Jews.
But Israel will have to offer
improved facilities and prices
competitive with other modern
tourist countries. According to
the> I.C.A. report, "Israel is en-
tering the major arena of world
towrism" and must "upgrade
standards" to foster good will and
reap economic benefit*.
Urging a Knesset subcommit-
tee to promote tourism, the IS.
experts made sweeping recom-
i laudations. They voiced concern
"that relatively few ol the new
tourist facilities seemed bold >r
imaginative in concept, particu-
larly adopted to the land
the exception ol BtUI 1
e new Holyland Hotel in Jerus-
m the new Lydda Airport H
tel and perhaps the propos new
Dan Hotel in Haifa
'To compel risi
Israel needs hotel, rn -
and restaurants, and l i
tractions that are and
unique to Israel thai i
and raise the spirit
perl
They reported "the beach troni
ol Tel Aviv, which should be one
of Israel's major tourist attrac
is in Usti
The entire area between the Dan
I and the new Sheraton Tel
Aviv i- occupied by rubbie and
dilapidated buildings efl ts
needed to improve the condi-
tion of the water I >r bathing."
It was suggested that Palm
Springs, Caiif.. be studied "for
ideas that could be applied to
Beersheba's resort development."
According to the survey, "Beer-
sheba may well have the greatest
long range potential of all of Is-
rael's resort areas ... an all-year
healthful dry desert climate."
The experts urged that "Top
grade hotels set leadership and
establish quality standards which
will attract tourist- to Israel with
their worldwide advertising, pres-
tige and reservation- system."
The present shortage of hotel
rooms in Tel Aviv was termed
"accute Required at once were
1.000 additional rooms.
Improvement of service in ex-
isting hotels was recommended.
The team reported that "many
visitors complained that although
they hal a confirmed reservation.
hey still encountered consider-
able confusion and delay at the
hotel office The need for -court-
eous reception and gracious treat-
ment of visitors" by hotel per-
sonnel was stressed.
A recommmendation was made
that at least 12 young Israelis be
sen! annually on scholarships t >
a hotel training school in Lau-
sanne. Switzerland. They would
return to assume executive posi-
tions in Israeli hotels and instruct
other-.
According to the U.S. findings,
"the accute shortage of accom-
modations in key fouris* centers is
a severe limitation on the con-
tinuing growth of Israel tourism.
Many potential visitors are not
coming to Israel because of their
inability to get suitable places to
slay; others who do come are un-
happy with the accommodations
they receive additional ac-
commodations to relieve the cur-
rent shortages and to provide for
the expected ar.d potential growth
within the next two or three years
are an immediate and urgent
need."

personalized service at the
blackstone flower shops
where you get more for
your money ... un 6-1233
24-hour service except ros/i hashono and yom kippur
The team decided that hotel fa-
cilities, though needed in increas-
ed number in the Tel Aviv muni-
cipal area, should be spr.-ji
throughout the country. Hotels
were envisaged for the Ne
Ashkelon, the Galilee area. 11 I
elsewhere. This would result
a longer isit and greater d
ot experience.
Use of huge helicopters to trans-
port tourists to the Dead !
Massada, and other locations was
envisaged. Tourists could flj
way and nutor the other
The team "heard criticisms to
the effect that guides indulge in
too much propaganda for the I
State. While the team Itsi
not experience this, the m
was mentioned often enough
tourists and agents to irrat
word of caution."
Israel was found rat-
ed" with domestic 'ravel
h itl nse .uent low
: I : I
i;.'. ; :: irged
:. -. par-
ti< n the Tel Avrt ir
The team recommended great-
er emphasis on tourism from Eur-
ooe and Latin America. A strong
recommendation was made for
a reduction in air fares between
European points and Israel.
Ac rding to I J team, 'the ap-
[icts if interests be-
Government's ef-
irism on the
, : .; i foster the na-
, r iers on the
Id .. resolved. The
nd cor.si ible evidence
ff .rt- of ls>
, ;?a carriers.
El Al an I Zim i strengthen their
irk --: ii lias times dls>
jssive promo-
iel '".her
i irri rs
vec : ; team decided
: tourism be
-arlj top level.
_,- > where these jectives inter-
nate interests

; should b' nel
rit g
study lauded the achievements
the last five years in devel
tourism A potentiality for
greater growth was stressed
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION PJ*
TAX DEED
File No. 52-64
Notice l hen '
v. .->-; holdel is
M iml Tax Sah
> ..r. I 109 lated 'I
\ >'..-' v li '
I
, m for tax '. I i
: with !- ~ i
:..
i-ty, .- tuate I In I
F la, tn-wli
llocd I, t.< *s E -
the City of Mia
I .State PI ril.i
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vp I'nless
. tax :- -'I --
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IEA HERMVN
I I
R M

I
Wieder Eyes 'Soiid Growth'
Veider is
on the itj n il tl '
in the Jin
In a s here. W'ie ler sa
"it is our intention to i
on a platform ot sol >vrh We
ire going to work for a better Mi-
ami Beach by implemi
gram oi aggressive ; : i*1
secure a greater tourist flow
our city V >u might say l .*"
ning on the "no vacancy' ticket We
woul like to see ail t h e '
apartments, ar.d stores filled I
overflowing,
Wieder has lived on Miami Beach
since 1939. when he moved from
New York. After 21 years with
the City of Miami Beach, he re-
tired as a detective from the Police
Force.
Since graduating from the Uni-
versity jf Miami law school In 1951,
his ofl
past 1
years
. ....
;:.. > live at 1777
a
. in long back-
t\ ice, a Iminis-
tra
ilit) me to rui
n."
N THe C RCUIT COU -
E E '. E N T h .. 3 C -
FLOB DA :N AND ." r
COUNTY IN CHAM
\3 61C -
t H A XSEX M
. ..
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NOTICE BY =^B'_ : -
HER
' : tint
i :.-'

tnswei
Pan Am Bank
Appoints Two
T. J. Bomar. president and chair-
man of Pan American Bank, an-
nounces that Maurice K. Lewis,
jr., vice president, and John H.
Peacock, vice president, have been
appointed to working committees
of the Florida Bankers Assn.
Lewis is a member of the com-
petitive practices committee of the
Public Relations Division. Mr.
Peacock has been named to the in-
stallment lending committee of the
Credit Division.
Both will attend organizational
meetings to be held in Orlando on
Apr. 7 and 14
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...
.MAN 1111 v
do : '
Clerk of i
_. lay of 3
r default wit
m
I>.\ y of Ani
it Mian :. I id* i "ounty, I
E. U LEATHERMAN "!
Clr i i Court, I'."I- Coui
-. i B> K M. I.YMAN.
11.-, ity Clerk
Mil. P >N \ FRIEDMAN
\;- rn) : Plaintiff
.-v Build
Miami 12 i rlda ( ,g
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N ITICB IS HEREBY GIVEN
I the undersigned, desiring to i
h mlnem under the fictitious i
ONE THOUSAND BUILDING H
N Krome Ave., Homestead Int i '
rexlstei said name with the C a
the Circuit Court of Dads i
Florida
IRVING PESKi IE
BEATRICE M. PESKOE
:. "- -
law Offices Relocated
Marwin S. Cassel announces the
relocation of his offices for the
general practice of law to the Rei-
bel-Shanbrum bldg., 1048 Kane
Concourse, Bay Harbor Islands.
Morris M. Winer has joined
Lubell Advertising, Inc., New
York, as executive vice pres-
ident and account supervisor.
Formerly with Co-Ordinated
Marketing Agency for over
six years, Lubell will add his
experience to a hard-working
organization which has made
its mark in many fields of
promotions. Lubell Advertis-
ing is now formulating a new.
strong consumer-merchandis-
ing program.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVI S
the t.r lersigned, leslrlng t.....
businesi under the flctitin
,c.\T. i MACHINE WORKS i| -
N \v North River Drh v '
; I'l. rlda ntenJs register saw
with Clerk ..r the Cl
of D le i 'ounty, Ploi Id i
S1EGPRIEI MASi'HK iWSB
Solo Proprletoi .,,,,
WELt.ISCH, DOUGHERTY '
Attorneys for Siegfried M
NOTICE UNDE
FICTITIOUS NAMEL",
NOTICE IS HEREBY '' .
of .
Florida)
ALFONSO RAM"*
SIRA PRADO
OSCAR OCTAVIO
LOPBZ-CAI.UBJA rX
M1KRAY Z. KL.RIN
Attorney for Applicants
415 Key bold Bldg. 5/i2-19-26,0 J


[Fxiday. May 19. 1961
+Jml$t> fkrid/far?
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl PICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
11, undersigned, desiring li
i Iness under the Hctitioua nanv
A A ALLSTATE ai d A A. ALL-
BTATES at 811 N.E. "9th Street. Mi-
ami, Florida Intends to ret paid
i with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol 'ade i '< >uni y, I'
k'ASTKRN van MNKs INC.
K( VNEK& MAN'tHI'IMKR
Attorney! for Easti i n V"i n Line* :,
I/2S.:
NOTICE BY PUBLIC ft""".r^
!N "HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D/ DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 1813
M WARD 1. MORAN,
uiff.
vs.
JOANNE M FREELAND MORAN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOANNE M. FREELAND MORAN
:';!- Mi rchanI Street
I a-re. Vermont
Ymi are hereby notified that a Rill
ol Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
iiuired to serve a copy of your Anawer
hi Pleading to the 1(111 of Complaint
OH the plaintiff's Attorneys, RICH-
MONK & FARBER, 1 Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Beach, Florida and
lile the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th day of
.lune, 1961. If you fall to do so. judg-
m< nt by default will be taken ana in- t
you for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ir: THK JKWISH FM.ORIDI AN.
DONE AND ORHKREH at Miami,
f I jrida. this 9th day of May, AD
1961. -
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, l>a (s. al) By: R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Cl< rk
S 12-19-26. 6 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag< i:.
I isineaa under i'i fictitious name ol
S ORIGINALS ai 13800 Bis-
caym Boulevard, Miami. Fla., intends
register said nami with the Clerk
of the Cin uit Com t of 1 ade i 'ouni i
i nrlda.
. s DEI ARTMENT STORE, INC.
i a I la. corn.)
lie Tell, Presld nt
Mark Holzberg, S. c -Treas.
,v -TK!N A MILLER
r \ for Applied nt
Congress Rl.ig.
5-12-19-V
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52361 B-Dowlmg
1 Estate ol
MARilAUET I'HI'Toli KRISAN
a a MARGARET CHUTOR KRISON
i east d.
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
\:i creditors and All Person* Hav-
i ^ Claims or Demands Against Said
ite:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MARGARET CHUTOR
KRISAN, a/k/a MARGARET CHU-
TOR KRISON deceased late of D.ide
County, Florida, to the County Judges
of I>.ide County, and file the same in
their offices in the County Court-
house In Dade County. Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof, or the
tame will be barred.
GEORGE LUCAS, a/k/a
GEORGE LUKOS, Executor
Goodman, Goldstein *.- Pacslev
attorneys
W. Hagler Street
Miami, Florida
5 5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 52684
N RE Kst.it. of
' i'.c.KN POULS1 N
'fax Paulsen
i eceasei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr< Itors an ; r Hav-
g or Deman gains! Said
..:.
1 .. pi hereby notifii
present any cla i ande
..'. may hav< ......
'. iii f (: ,Ti rgii !' ulsi n a
I i n di used la te of Dadi
: i rlda, to the Ci unty J idgi i I
i mty, and flit I h< -. mi
ifl In th<
n Dade Count; thin
from the
r thi hi I, or thi
baired
L'RA INGEBi IRQ AHRENS
triS
RVIN 1 WIENER
: !xec itrlx
A ni Bulldll
Miami 82 Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COcRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51997-A
IN RF1: Fstate of
SHIRLEY SHELBY SUM
I teceasad,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
" \.\ i reditora and All Persons Hav-
ing 'laimi or D n an Aga n I Said
,
You .; hen by ni I fied and n
ed to present any claims and .1.
whi.-h you may havi against thi
H1RLEY -
.'..... te i Dadi F
tj J ii i
ty, and file th<
i i .....
ly, Florida, wil
dai months from thi ati of th< '
liereol sami wil
i
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I
-I iby >:-.
,.'i' K. HECK1
Atto
< .: Ptillding
Miami 32, Fl.
. .' "-12-19
DAmw
Page 15-C
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LEGAL NOTICE
Circuit court. -,.th judicial
circu t. dade county. fla.
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Defm
NOTICE BY FL-'ELICAT'CN
YOI .- i BE, H .v
Mai .!. -
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tlfied t si n e a
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NICHl iLAS, 1218
NW T St.. file oilg-
iri "ii oi
Maj otherwise com
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1 ATI
K HERM \N Clerk
iseal) M > iVALARIS,
i erk
i. 21-28, r. s-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52681-A
IN RF: Estate of
ALV1N FORMAN KNOWLES
1 lece&sed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti All Cred tors and AH Persi na Hav-
ing Claims <>r Demands Against Salt
Estate:
You ai. h< r. i notlfiei am n
ed to pr. >. nt any claims and
which i mas havi against li
tat. of ALA/IN FORMAN KNOWLES
: c.'-...I late i I"adi County
to th. Ci untj Judges of 1 >ad
- i tin.-
ofl ei In thi C. rthcus. n
.:.:> I- Ida ll -
calendai months fr m ; h. dat< o1 I
bllcal n hereof, oi -. i
...; i : a
A1NSLEE R FERP1 I
Aci'. nlstrati r
UNSLEE R Fl Rl
Ittoi :. J
17S2 W< -:!-.- Street
y. ami 35, Floi
-:-. i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeisigm-d, desiring to ngage In
business und.-i the fictitious name i :
TRUITT'S MARKET at 10686 N.E. 6th
Avenue. Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ERNEST A. TRL'ITT
EDWARD H. TERRY
Attorney for Buyer
3/12-19-26,6/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 61C 4664
GUELPH P. ELB1NG.
Plaintiff,
VS.
DORIS PATRICIA ELB1NG,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T(>: DORIS PATRICIA ELBING
SOla -11 st Street
Jacl hts.
Long Island, Ni w Yoi k
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFII
-. i ve : eo] y ol your answei ti thi
complain! foi divorce filei i
i on Plaintiffs attoi n<. FAUNCE
FINK fc FORMAN, 1502 Congress
: :. F'lorlda
then I a Ih the
'!erk of the i rt on or bel
the 12th daj
a Decree Pi fi will e enten
DATED .- Itl .
HERMAN Cl<
i Circuit urt D "ounty Fl
(si al) ;' HELI N KESS1 R
'lerk
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCLIT COURT OF TKE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D'DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 4133
:DELMIR \ NELSON,
Plaintiff.
SCOTTY Nl LSI N.
Di fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SCOTTY NELSON
i resldi i unknown)
YOU SCOTTY NELSON, are her*bj
notified that a Bill of Complali I
i >ivorce has been Hied -.
and you are required to servi .. copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Compli nl on thi ilntiff'i
Attorney, OINO P. NEGRETT1
; i i 'ongn e Building, Mia
Florida and file th. original
r P'eading in the office of tht i
of the c rt on or before the
29th day
lefi
taken for the rell
ed I aint.
This
i ach week for fonr consi
in THK JEWISH RIDIAN
PONE- ANT
lay '. A
!.. r HERMAN
Circuit Ci
i N a HBWETT,
. i. 28, 5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52629 -A
IN RE: Estatt Of
ANNA HoPP SIVIETZ
11. i as. d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T(' All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estati :
You an hereby notified and requir-
ed to pn si nl any ].-.::. n i demands
yi i may havi against the es-
tati of ANNA HOPP SIVIETZ de-
ceased Ian of Dadi County, Florida,
to 1 i Ci unt> Fudges of i >ade County,
and lil, thi ami in their offices In
the "' ml Courthi us< In Dade Coun-
... a Itnin i Ight i all
: thi dati thi flrsi
. iblicatlon hereof, 'r the Bame will

.ToN A FRIEDMAN
K\( toi
. iN A y R1EDMAX
Atti n y1111 Alnsl. > I
Miami. Fla FR
" r.-12-19-2<
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 4880
HA.MBKRC. SAVINGS RANK, a
Corporation existing under tht laws
f the Stale nl New York,
Plaintiff.
vs.
ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN and BETTE
GOLDSTEIN, his wife.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN and
HETTE GOLDSTEIN
133 Amerfort Place
Brooklyn 10. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a 1 lit has been brought against you
by HAMBURG SAVINGS RANK in
the above-entitled Court, to foreclose
a mortgage encumbering the follow-
ing described property, to-wit:
Lot 81, Block 77, SECOND ADDI-
TION TO CAROL CITY, according
to the plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 65, at page 7s, Kneel I,
of th. public recordi of Dadi Coun-
ty, Florida;
,:nd you are required to file your an-
swei with the Clerk of the circuit
; ol Dad. County. Florida, :G the
i irthouse In Miami. Florida, on or
ni ;. 1861, and lo servi a
lopj of such answer ..)'' ; DAVID P
CATsMaN, Plaintiff's attorney, whoai
address Is 11th Fl< i r at 101 East
gler Street, Miami 32, Florida, on
dati as required I>>
1 lorl la. if you fail t,
thi complain) will b<
,.s i ...-- i i j .. Decrei
! onfessi will bi i iten I agalnsl
:;.' reliel en...... in th
11 ni j ..
DATED this ol Ma>
LEATHERMAN, CI. rk
.
E. H. LANWAY
11 y
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I ..- SI
. : Florida
5/12-
in ti-e Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and fcr dade
county. in chancery
No. 61C ?06
Y S TODD,
Plaii
\ s.
WILLIAM T Tul'P,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti Wil.LI AM T. TODD
Resident i nknov. n
Yi .i ..- c h<: by ni tifled thai a Com-
for Dlvorc* has been filed
if.. n -1 '.'i v,'.i are ,,")'
-. .... py >, ur Answi r or Plead-
I are i-
ti file ih< original Answei oi
.....g In Ice of thi Clerk ol
.... and bi i ci n
iRGE N
\ the
! ,1 la mi 32
n oi bel
lefaull
thi
thi eliel ed in the

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und. r th. fictitious name of
LEE AUTO TRIM AND GLASS al
2548-2550 N.W. ".li;h Street. Miami.
Mm i,la in!, re's to register said name
with (he Cl.rk ol the Circuit Court
of Dad. County, Florida.
JOSEPH A. LEOSNOFF
'.'04:, S.W. 14th Terrace
Miami. Florida
CHEREN & GOLDEN
Attorneys f..r Joseph A I., osnoff
4/28, 5/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und. r the fictitious name of
AIR-FLO DOOR8 OF FI/iRIDA at
3299 N.W. 7th Street intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of th.
Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda
WILLIAM 8TURMAN
Sole Owner
i j\ r, r,-u>.i9
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ngag. In
business under the fictitious name ol
SAINT CHRISTOPHER'S TRAVEL
GUILD at l'ade County intends to
reglstei said nanv with '" c-'
i th. Circuit Court ol Dadi County,
Florida.
WILLIAM ARLEN WEB1 R
: 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring t> engage in
business i :1"-' fictitious na mi ol
ICTRIC EYE ENTERPRISES al
I N W '.: Street i >| a-kK*ka,
Pla., intend to reglstei said name
...,..: It Court i f
nt> Roi da
M \KVIN P PABER
sTANi.i'.Y FABER 1 3
Nl iRMAN 1. FABER
PAUL KW TNEY of
i ell & Kv. Itn< y Attys.
Attorney for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road
5 5-12-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
** Jewish ThiriidlHair.
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Mat FR 3-46*5
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN. AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52576-A
in RE Estate of
LOUISE BONNORONT
DeCI as. ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims OC Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ar. h. reby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against th.- es-
tate of LOUISE BONNORONT de-
ceased late of San Diego County.
California, to the County Judges "f
Dade County, and file the same in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date f the
first publication hereof, or the sane
Will Ik barred.
ELEANORE B. KULIE.KE
Administratrix of Estate of
Louise I'.onnoitmt, deceased.
MAURER. MAPRER& MAURER
Attorney P." Hex 2:'7
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
5/5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52344-A
IN RK: Estate of
BERTHA FRIEDMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which vou mav have against
the estate of PERTH A FRIEDMAN
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dad.
County, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eieht
cal.ndar months from th. date of th.'
fl-t publication hereof, or the
will bt barrtd
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Admini trator C.T A.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorni y
120 Lincoln F.oad
Miami Bi a< I Fli rida
5/5-12- .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY.
FLCR'CA IN PRCEATE
sc 51S87
IN ;.- :
CORN
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NOTICE TO CREO TORS

st Said
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tifled I
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ve st the es
i ... s V'ANDERWEN-
DE :'('- N.W 15th Avenue, Mian.:.
| ati Dadi Ci
Fit rida, to thi
. n theii
In thi ntj rtl
I r within eil '

hereol oi thi
be ba'red.
.-AD1K VANDERWEN
ROBERT SCOTT K \C! MAN
Attorn
i Ins
M:an.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the urn!, signed, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
TREASURE ISLE SKI LODGE at
I860 Tmh St. Causeway. Miami Beach
Ll-le: said liaim- ilh
the Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade
County. Floi Ida
TREAbT'RE ISLE MOTEL, INC
t 28, 5 5-12-19
IN CIRCUIT COURT ELEVENTH
JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
CHANCERY No. 61C 4274
LILLIAN M TILLER
-. 1
i... I lll.l.KK.
1 C TILLER,
- -. i., ak
ari 01 ered to file > oui ai r
..1. \. 1 ... 1 :i 1 1 before May -'.
with clerk ol said court 01 blU
will 11 taken as confessed.
1 atei Ai nl 25. 1S61.
E B I EATHERMAN, CI.
(seal) 1 K. M. I.V.MAN
Ity clerk
4/28. 5 5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52676-B
IN RK: Estate of
MAN ALTSCHULLER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ing claims ,,r Demands Against said
Kstat. :
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
Claims and demands which you. or
elthei oi vou, mav have against the
estati ol 'MAX ALTSCHULLER de-
. 11 ol Dade County. Florida,
to th. H. m rabl County Judges of
1 Ci nty, and file the same in
h.i: officei In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
months from the date of the
first tion hi roof Bald claims
r ,: contain the legal ad-
, -- ant and to b, >w 1 : n
.-,:.'.. ,1 a< aforet Id, or
1 barred. Set Si 1 tlon
.. .: Probate Act
\ D 1961,
-.' T.-CIH'I.I.KR
trix of the Lasl W ill und
- .. : f MAN ALTSCHUL-
. eased
K V'NER .v VIANNHEIMER
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Ex. x
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NOT CE UNDER
= C-----IOUS NAME LAW
- ERF BY GIVEN th ll
... siring to 1 ngagi In
, .. tltioUS !-.: Ol
,\ Ri ENTERPRISES al 117"
- Baj Harbor Island, Mi-
ll :.,: 10 n KiStI .' -.ud
th, Clerk ot thi circuit
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K VXELROP
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- ll owners
. MAN 11 torni sal Law
.- Si .ding
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Rueben Vxi
Sylvan N. Holtzman
2-19-M
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The ; waiting period for
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Hl; cotton >. ^
oil. 41 9 million 7 ^
Boaz arranges to wed Ruth
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MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
S i MEALS
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F:r hotiday and everyday cheer ..the a rperior Instant
axd Ground CorTeea cf Maxwell House jr and re-
freshman: OH far :r.:re Jewiali home* than lay ither
brand: Because I bar C ^~ pleaeea the Yiddiahea
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