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

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

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cXewisdli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
clume 34 Number 21
Miami, Florida. Friday. May 26. 1961
Two Sections Price 2J?
en Gurion a
ann in
w Tilt
\
AS PRIME MOVER
'vidence Against
Vichmann Seen
bunting Snare
JERUSALEM- (JTA)The pro-
Be "ion in the trial of Adolf Kich-
Iii .: is piling up documented evi-
Idtnce that the torn er Gestapo col-
cr i; (i i rsonal responsibilitj
fir many of the atrocities commit
C igainst the doomed Jews of
^i ti-held Europe.
The evidence indicated that
II" chmann had personally ordered
lie hanging of 16 Jews in the
I'heres.enstadt camp in Czecho-
i vakia; the shooting of Jews in
Jugoslavia instead of deportation;
land that in a forest near Berlin
Ihe supervised the building ol 38
large barracks containing 1.000
rooms equipped with gas cham-
II;'. rs.
The prosecution also introduced
la mound of documents demonstra i
[ting that Eichmann was the prime
mover in the Nazi confiscation ol
[some $3 billion worth of property
I from Jews destined lor extcrmin-
) ation.
The charge against Eichmann
cf a basic role in the enormous
Nazi looting is a secondary one
to the key accusation of prime
responsibility for the annihila-
tion of 6,000,000 European Jews.
It was documented to show that
the spoliation indicated that the
Gestapo and the SS knew that
the victims were intended for
death.
Deputy Attorney General Yaa-
kov Baror introduced the docu-
ments which he :>aid proved that
Continued on Page 8-A
Report Pope
Pius Refused
To Help Jews
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department made public a
number of secret diplomatic dOCU-
i nts revealing the etforts by the
i ited States Government to in-
Eluence the late Pope Pius XII to
denounce the Nazi atrocities against
Jews in 1942, at the height of the
"liquidation" of the Warsaw ghetto
and the "disinclination" of Pope
Pius to do it. Some of the efforts
were made through the U.S. Min-
ister in Switzerland and others
through -Myron Taylor. President
Roosevelt's personal Ambassador to
the Vatican.
Secretary of State Cordell Hull,
the documents reveal, had been
urging American diplomatic repre-
.:< ntatives abroad, during t h e
month of August 1942. to gain Va-
tican aid for Jews in Poland and
l( r active intercession by Pope Pi-,
us XII with the Nazi Government
On Aug. 3, the U.S. Minister in
Continued on Page 5-A
Prims Minister Btasts Zionist Movement;
s
?toutly Defends Recent Joint Statement
As:ovMhTti srtissts free express:cn PfiGt 2-A
FlUSALEM JTA Prime Minister Da\
chari <' i hat 11 rrst i iov< m nt. rti i ..i l> thai ol the I i
ted States. wa meaningless as loin. .. lined to < gree Zionis ...' '.(,i', eventual settli men! in Israel
The Prime Ministi i n umed his
I ,iem i sau'.l on the Zionist Amei ring the hour-
i -, i ,.t in a gorous I i l< ate.
PKIMt MINtSTtR BIN GURION
... no refraction
before a spssion oi Ihe K ii
Israel s Parliami nt "t In- n ee it
join" statement with Jacob Blau-
stem, honorary president oi the
American Jewish < mmittee, on
relations between Israeli and
. no gro inds to
" of the
FIRST STOP IN CANADA
Kennedy Will Play Host
To B-G in May 30 Meet
NEW YORK(JTA)Israel Prime Minister David Bi n-Gurion will
spend four davs in New York, following his visit to Canada and prior
to his return to Jerusalem, it was learned here. During his stay in
New York, he expects to confer with President John P Kennedy, and
aKo to meet with United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammar-
skjold and with Adlai Stevenson, head of the United States delega-
tion to the UN. _______
Mr. Ben-Gurion and his entourage
left by air Tuesday for London and Gurion. who will remain in London
a ten-day visit to Canada and the with their daughter. Ranan.
United States. -| Asked whether he had any state-
i ment to make before departing.
He was seen off at Lydda Air-
port by Parliamentary Speaker
Kaddish Lux, cabinet ministers,
members of Parliament, mem-
bers of the diplomatic corps, and
Army officers. A military band
played Hatikvah, and the Prime
Minister inspected an honor guard
before boarding the El Al Britan-
nia, which was to take him to Lon-
don, where he was to be flown to
Canada by a Canadian Air Force
plane.
Tl e Prime Ministers departure
came only a few hours after an of-
ficial White House statement con-
firming that he would meet with
President Kennedy in New York
nexl Tuesday. Accompanying the
Prime Minister were Pinhas Sapir,
Commerce and Industry Minister.
Dr. Haim Yahil. director general
of the Foreign Ministry, [tzhak
Navon, the rrmie Ministers secre-
tary, and Col. Chaim Ben-David,
his military aide.
Also in the group was Mrs. Ben-
Continued on Page 7-A
s: n ij -i
relrj ct evci sii gle r<
joint I >n
The Knesset decided to hold a
plenary debate on the issue with
the Prime Minister's acquies-
cence and only a few Cabinet
Ministers vsted against that mo-
tion. The subject was introduced
by Perefz Beirstein o* Israel's
new Liberal party, Israel Bar
Yehuda cf Achdut Avodah and
Miss Emma Talmi of Mapsm.
Miss Talmi questioned Mr. Blau-
stein's right to speak for Amer-
ican Jewry and criticized the
fact that the joint statement was
released during the recent ses-
sion of the Zionist General Coun-
cil in Jerusalem.
Miss Talmi also asserted that
the joint statement contravened
the spirit of the 1952 law granting
special status to the Jewish Agen-
cy as representative of the Jewish
people outside ol Israel. Mr. Bar
Yehuda said that the Prime Min-
ister was "apt to express opin-
ions"' not held by a majority of his
Cabinet and asserted that the joint
Continued on Page 9-A
Rockwell Takes a Hand
In Alabama Race Riots
WASHINGTON (JTA)George Lincoln Rockwell, sell-styled com
mandcr of Ihe American Nazi Party, injected himself this week into
the explosive Freedom Rider" situation that has resulted in martial
law m Montgomery, Ala by attempting to use the situation for propa-
ganda against Jews and against integrationUls. _______
Rockwell sent 12 of his storm
troopers Monday morning from his respect for lav and legal orgai
headquarters at Arlington. Va., an-1 jzatjona| efforts to preserve the
louncing that they will go on to wnjte, Christian republic estal i
\cw Orleans, and demanding that ed by our forefathers."
Attorney General Robert Kennedy
provide his cohorts with "protec-
tion from Jew and Negro hood-
lums." In a telegram to Mr. Ken-
nedy. Rockwell said "we are send-
ling a hate bus full of Nazis to urge
Justice Department officials
laid that, while they denlore
Rockwell's "intrusion" into the
Continued on Pa^e 7-A
OR. NAHUM GOIDMANN
. oi on individual
CH/SRGES COHTIMPlCTIOH
Assault Gets
Sharp Reply
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann, president of the
World Zionist Organization, struck
back again this week in this feud
with Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion. He denounced the Prime
Ministers latest assault on the Zion-
ist movement and appealed to Zion-
ists to abjure "fruitless, meaning-
less and harmful" debate with the
Prime Minister on his views.
Dr. Goldmann insisted al a pr ss
conh rence here that when the
Prime Minister makes one of his
statements assailing the Zionist
movement, "he speaks purely a^ an
individual*' without support "either
by the Government" or "by any of
the major parties in Isra< 1"
Dr. Goldmann added that the
Prime Minister, in such state-
ments, regularly contradicted
other statements, such as the
o-.e he mare on May 26, 1960 when
he endorsed the results of a day-
long joint meeting between the
executive of the World Zionist Or-
ganization and the Israel Govern-
ment dealir.a with relations be-
tween the two.
': i Prime Minister then gave his
Continued on Pige 11-A
Dr. Beer, Arrested for Espionage, Now Indicted
TEL AVIV(JTA)Dr. Israel Beer. Israeli military analyst ar-
rested last month on charges of acting as a spy for a Communist coun-
try was served with an eight-point indictment here this week. The
indictment accuses him of "handing over vital information to a for-
eign country, with the intention of undermining the State's security.'
Two clauses in the indictment
accuse Dr. Beer of violating the
Official Secrets Act. while six
other clauses charge him with vio-
lating the State Security Act. If
convicted, he is liable to life im-
prisonment.
Dr. Beer, who held the rank
of lieutenant colonel, retired in
the Israel Army, was arrested
at his home in this city, on the
edge of a small park overlooking
the Yarkon river. Large quan-
tities of materials were confis-
cated in his home.
He was accused by the police of
having made his last contact with
the Communist agent only a few
hours prior to his arrest.
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
I refused in the Knesset in Jerusa-
lem to name the country for which
Reer had spied Demands by the
right-wing Henri Party that the
i diplomat who was Beer's e>
he ( xpelled as persona non grata,
were answered by diplomatic cir-
cles who -aid that the diploma)
hail already hit Israel.
Coming on the heels of the opt n
ing ol the Eichmann trial in Jeru-
salem, Dr. Riii's arrest created a
sensation in Israel. It was report-
ed that Prime Minister Ben-Gurion
fainted after announcing the arrest
ito Parliament Dr. Reer was one
: of the Prime Minister's closest and
'most trusted confidantes.


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5. ^fr/Va 7e^5 /Vec/ge 7Se/> Loyalty
pchard Wokson co-chairman of the Florida region, National
lonference oi Christians and Jews, looks on 33 Lt fack Shop-
lard receives good wishes from Chief Mich^e^ "ox Mi.-.rr.i
leach Police Dept.. on his trip to the seventh annual National
stitute on Police- Community Relations.
ICCJ Sponsors Police Institute
A. Jack Sheppard. training offi-
for the Miami Beach Police
Apartment, is attending the
tenth annual National Institute
Police-Commur.ity Relations be-
held this week at East Lansing,
Ich.
[Sponsored by the National Con-
rence of Christians and Jews
Michigan State University, in
operation with the International
^lice Chiefs Assn., the Institute
being attended by 150 peace
officers and community leaders
from all parts of the US A.
The Florida region, NCCJ, has
granted scholarship aid, cover-
ing registration fees and living
costs, to Lt. Sheppard, as well
as to E. Wilson Purdy, Chief of
Police in St. Petersbu"?, Fla.,
and Lt. Edgar Ivey, training of-
ficer of the St. Petersburg Police
Department.
ipecial Events
"o be Marked
[Mother's and Fathers Day will
celebrated at the monthly meet-
i of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
dge on Monday evening at the
Igiers hotel.
Mrs, Gershon Miller will present
dramatic interpretation in honor
all parents with Miss Nelsa Gid-
fy, of B'nai B'rith Girls, and Ron-
le Miller. B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
nnization.
Samu< i We loseph Good-
i,.:!i. vice presidents ire in charge
program, I Schatzman is
: il of T'
Max J. Karl, director of the
Florida region of the NCCJ. is also
attending the course. Karl will
serve as the recorder of ane of the
discussion groups.
The program is one of many
forms of community education de-
vised by the National Conference
to further its objectives of im-
proving human relations.
"We want to teach people how
to get along peaceably and with-
out prejudice," said Richard Wolf-
son, co-chairman of the Florida
NCCJ. "Since the police officer is
the usual community contact with
those who breach the peace, we
i believe th il in do much to
secure civ:! rights and j
, alt citlz :- by sponsoring s kind
of training.'
JOHANNESBURG Delegates to the second national
conference of the Sjuth African
Orthodox Congregations, unani-
mously endorse J a statement by'
the organization's chairman, Dr.
Israel Bershon. pledging 'loyalty(
to the future Republic of South Af-
rica." The statement said "we
shall continue to work in the fu-
ture, as in the past, for the good of
the country The Uuion of South
Africa, which recently took itself
aut of the British Commonwealth,
will become a republic soon under
he present South African Govern-
ment.
Dr. Bershon told Jtie delegates:
"We are meeting at a time when
our country is passing through a
peno.l if stress a:?.! strain, and is
being atl icke quartt rs
the Jewish >m nunity, at no time
aligned itself with any particular
'any or section, and has not taken
a uniform stand on questions agitat-
ing the poli But it is my
ileasant lutj I i record our appre-
ciation to the present Government
tor its fair treatment of the Jews.
"This attitude to the Jewish sec-
tion of the population is in accord-
ance with the policy of all previ-
ous South African governments.
Our religious community, when-
ever it had the occasion to con-
tact any government department,
has always been treated in the
most courteous and helpful man-
ner."
Chief Rabbi L. I. Rabinowitz told!
the conference that the Jew has
undivided loyalty to the country of
which he is a citizen, regardless of
whether it is a monarchy or a re-'
public. We have also," said the
Chief Rabbi, "a greater loyalty \
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the Fatherhood of God, on the prin-
ciple of justice and human equality
for all, without distinction of race,
creed or color It is my fervent'
prayer that the contribution which
the Jews will make to the coming Greeti ere delivered at the
republic will be an even greater conference by Mayor D. Mara ;,
unfolding of the spin: oi God. l who paid tribute to the contribution
pray that God -wiH guide the rulers of the Jewish community to this
of the republic through trials and city; Jacob Doron, Israeli counsul
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man I a member of Parliament.
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PAY U. BINDER Corresponded
Volume 34 Number 21
Friday, May 26. 1951
11 Sivar. 5721
When Two Statesmen Meet
Last time Prime Minister Ben-Gurion came
tc the United States, he was ushered in through
e back door of the White House for an un-
echeduled meeting with President Eisenhower.
This time, there is r.o secrecy. President
nnedy's stcff several days ago confirmed the
pointment between the two heads of state
n xt Tuesday in New York.
Rowdy Arab groups may be just as noisy
c d provecative in their protests as they were
: t.-.e occasion of the last meeting, but they
uve no official sanction implied in the
ministration's uncontrolled discomfort aris-
g out of a necessarv but tasteless diplomatic
-
Presumably, President Kennedy is show-
i: g none of the embarrassment his predecessor
'- I at the arrival of Mr. Ben-Gurion, and per-
r ps this bodes well for some overdue
anges in U.S. policy toward Middle Eastern
c.fairs changes promised by the President
: "ing his campaign for office back in August,
I1S0
An unconfirmed rumor indicates that the
Israel Prime Minister may ask President Ken-
redy to consider the reactivation of the 1953
i .partite Agreement guaranteeing Israels
present borders. This would indeed be an
-.-- portune time for such a request on the eve
C the President's departure for meetings
road with President de Gaulle and Soviet
b jwig Nikita Khrushchev.
The Tripartite Agreement, whose signa-
Icries included the United States, Britain and
France, went out the window following the
October, 1956 Suez-Sinai campaign, in which
pO of the major powers pledged to protect
isting borders were involved in a military
: rtion that necessarily violated them.
But the agreement had really died before
: en. It died following the death of prestige
i-ifered by the British and the French in the
iddle East the British, who two years prior
: the Suez-Sinai operation withdrew their
-oops from the canal, and the French, even
artier than that already involved against up-
i sings in Morocco and Algeria.
If anything, the Tripartite Agreement signa-
rries are even less significant in the course
ci Middle Eastern affairs than they were the
C ay the agreement suffered its coup de grace,
rumor is correct, and Mr. Ben-Gurion does
: scuss this ancient agreement with President
; ennedy, he will in effect be calling upon the
United States unilaterally to fill the void in the
Isvar.tine power structure today.
The President's reaction can at best be
that of an "interested observer," for sadly, the
Passions long ago exploded into the Middle
13St void created by the Dulles-Eisenhower
plomacy there of 1953-56.
Apart from this consideration, the Kennedy-
Een-Gurion meeting should be an interesting
c -.e: elder state-man of a small people in 6\i-
c -ission with the j Leader of a vast and
'erful nation. It is devoutly to be hoped
that mere than just a formal handshake for
photographic consumption will pass between
m that impetus will be given some of
ioee promises the President made back last
August.
HOW ABOUT ME, FELLOWS?
ciety founded on such hallowed principles as
enunciated in the Declaration oi Independence
and the Constitution of the United States the
impact of the Alabama tension on the still un-
committed peoples of the world is clear and
deleterious to our highest national interests and
aims.
How can we expect to make friends among
the newly-emerging nations of Asia and Africa
when we show a ruthless bigotry as funda-
mental and repugnant as was manifest sev-
eral days ago in our own South?
For the Jewish community, there is a spe-
cial sadness attached to the riots the hand
George Lincoln Rockwell and his American
Nazi Party seem bent on taking in them. Ail
of which is by way of demonstrating to those
among us who have still not learned: there are
no valid distinctions in the business of hate;
prejudice based on race is as irrational and
outrageous as prejudice based on religion.
If we, as a people, show careless immun-
ity to one, we should not be surprised when
some of our neighbors shew equally careless
immunity to the other.
The Challenge to Liberty
The race riots are a sad prospect in Ala-
bama today. Sen. Mike Mansfield (D.-Mont.)
it succinctly Monday when he declared in
response to a rabble-rousing statement by
Arkansas Gov. Orviile Faubus that the nation
>.angs its head in shame over this occurrence.
The Kennedv Administration has moved
swiftly and efficiently to meet the outbreak.
Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedv seems prepared
:o tax the limit c! his Federal powers to demon-
strate the clear superiority of nat'onal over
state intent in the matter of basic human
i.berties.
Apart from the chalienae to these liber-
.es in a democratic society like ours a so-
Debt Liquidation Program
The United Jewish Appeal and the Amer-
ican section of the Jewish Agency for Israel
ere currently planning a S65 million debt-
iiquidation program.
The debt represents some of the cost o:
resettlement and integration of newcomers to
-tii State-of Israel.
' Greater Miami will be sharing the cost of
the liquidation program with 25 key cities
throughout the nation. Our community, with
an assist horn ten banking houses he'ie, ex-
pects to participate to the extent of 31 million.
Some of the most brilliant names in Amer-
ican Jewish welfare leadership are heading
up the program. The S65 : loan, it is
anticipated, will wipe out ail existing debts
incurred by UJA and Jewish Agency resettle-
ment activities. It is to be paid back over a
period of ten years.
This economy move will presumably pla-
into better perspective the operations of bom
organizations, with both of them also aaree-
ing to refrain from further borrowing and to
budget their proqrams within the amounts
raised for the UJA.
Greater Miami stands prepared to accept
its share of the responsibility in this American
Jewish community debt-liquidation proqram
its own leadership deeply cognizant of the
emerging problems in Jewish welfare-planning
today and ready to cooperate in the national
effort to meet them.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN,.
fcjK. an extremely tal|
mman. He is also JJ
wide; but he carries him*,,
skillfully, and thus seerS
be neither of these things.
do not mention his name be-
cause it might embarrass him
As a matter of fact, he is not
Mr. B.; for purposes of dis-
cussion, he might as easily t*
Mr. A. or Mr. Z To put j>
bluntly, he is an Egyptian ~
and a high-placed one at that. Furthermore, he spent an afternooa
with me one day last week.
Under King Farouk. Mr. B. was a Pasha, and in the hierarchy of
royalty, one can not be much posher. Today, he wears a decoration
in his lapel to attest to this lineage. Since the deposition of
Farouk. he has been, on various occasions, an undersecretary for tna
Naguib and Nasser regimes, a governor, a state security officer, and
other equally exalted things. To describe in detail his present duties
. lid mean, in fact, publicly to declare that Mr. B. is really Mr. a
cr Mr. R. or Mr. P.
And. you will have to admit, a social engagement between a higi
cial of the United Arab Republic and the editor of a Jewish news
papi r is something more than an oddity these days. What might
\- myself, I must declare at the outset I at it was
consorting with the enemy. Before the day was over, howi
I discovered Hi I. to be a warm, extremely kind, ai
ntaln
liJKSN HE DISCOVERED I am Mr. B barel
[j assured me that his bi st friends an J
y Mohammedai I them-
who seem to be mori > in
relati ins Only "son of their best fri< nds
B. made no ion. In fact, he prom]
them, assuring me that they are as Eg}
ird
"We flatly stated, "concern ourselves with i ti
fail "certainly not any more than yo
I cons this afterthought a sad ore. Now it
! whether Mr. B, -poke out of convictioi
or if he hi n victim to our own propaganda.
But n he was \igorous in h>- denial cf Arab anti-S< an
aly in literal terms Mr. D. proved no less vigoi ii
nst Israelis. "This is where the distinction lies," l;e on-
I in far milder tones than I had anticipated. ""It lies between
Jew and Israelis."
I asked him what he thought the future held for the Mid
By that.'" he said, "you must mean Palestine.'" I explained: i mean
Israel." Mr. B. thought for a moment. "It is absurd," he remarked.
"far a people to entertain a Biblical ciaim against land they haw
ibited for two-thousand years."
-: : :-
N MR. B.'s view: '"How can you uproot a million innocent Arabs,
throw them out of their homes, and establish a nation in a cour.
try that is not yours?" This was a boobytrap of political logic. I side-
stepped, considering the possibility of disputing the million refugee
number he claimed, and speculating on citing I'NRWA re]
Lai ing to forged Arab statistics and the blackmarket in reliel cards.
Before I could reach a decision. Mr. B. moved ahead. "Some-
thing will have to be done about the refugees. It is really quite in-
human."" Did it seem to him. I wondered aloud, that an amicable
solution to this dilemma would spell a settlement for the Middle East
''Not really." was his yuick reply, referring again to the plight of
the refugees, "whom we are assisting almost singlehandedly "
I remarked: "Then the alternative is the present unrest or war.
President Bourgiba, of Tunisia, just about said this the other
B. asked me: "But what is Bourgiba's solution?" I answi
"He offers none; and neither do you."
" But war is no solution.'" the I'AR official observed heatedly -
almost fearfully. "War would be insanity." To this. I wanted to reply
"Especially for the loser." I thought it might be too arrogant, and
held my tongue, instead.
: .;. .
kJR. B. OBJECTED. He had a solution, of course. Hardly an;
TW* really expected the Jews in Israel to leave. It wa
r.o more should be permitted to emigrate there. He did net saj 30
in precisel) these words, but the intent was clear enough.
We turned from I rael. Mr, B. begged my wife and me to
l_ .. Egypt "real soon." We reminded him of restrictions ag
.' ish travelers in Arab countries. For the first time, he mo
si his composure, denying vociferously that this was
' Have you. I asked him. "heard about Dhaharan in Saudi-Aral
vague, but replied nevertheless: "Saudi-Arabia is not 1
I can onlj speak for Egypt, where Jews are welcome and hoi.
c sens among us."
"Have you." I queried, "any information about the Cicu
replied: "Oh yes. a lovely and fantastically large department si
r even than some In America."
| "Yes," I said, "a Jewish family ousted by Nasser to an unl
<' I In response, Mr. B. maintained that all the stories
nan atrocities against the Jews were propaganda. "Why.
Alexandria has over 30.000 Jews. Come, do come.
yourself.** 1 could only wonder about what kind of Jews they
mig bly be.
1 our son. Jeremy, tickled him. raised him high over
- x-foot-six head, bought him candy. Mr. B. spoke glowii
Americans, felt the Europeans to be unjust in
view of us but had some critical words about how Americans 1
up their children. Mr B. spoke of his own daughter, showed
letter from her he had received an hour before, asked us to
the perfume sprinkled on it. We parted with the sense of sadness
,IK'' from meeting a warm, cultured, intellectually ma
i" son wl om one is never likely to see again. He stood at the door
o: his hotel waving, waving, until our car was almost bevond his \
gTILL, I THOUGHT, he would as soon see Israel swept Into th<
as any Arab. And thai was the special sadnessall stemming Ii"1"1
ineluctable human preoccupations involving national and relit
cnauvinisms, his as well as mine. Mr. B. had spoken of propaganda,
well, what of the million refugees and of Egypt's "singlehand
support of them? What of his distinction between Egvpt and the Uni-
ted Arab Republic? Was this not propaganda at least as much a
our insistence that Jews can not travel to Egvpt?
With Jeremy in Mr. B.'s hands, at his tender mercy, high "hove
his head was Mr. ot a warm. kind, sentimental man like al
men At least < ,en when they are momcntariIy defanged
politically, and at 1 .... most warm, kind and sentimental?


I
Friday. May 26. 1961
+JewistincrMi&n
Page 5-A
Report Pope Pius Refused Assistance to Jews
Continued from Pag* 1-A
Switzerland, Mr. Harrison, report-
ed to Secretary Hull;
"The opinion prevails that the
failure of the Holy See to protest
publicly against Nazi atrocities
is endangering its moral prestige
and is undermining faith both in
ihe Church and in the Holy Fa-
ther himself. I have on a num-
ber of occasions informally re-
minded the Vatican of this dang-
er and so have certain of my col-
leagues, but without result. The
answer is invariably that the
Pope hos already condemned of-
fenses against morality in war-
time and that to be specific now
would only make matters worse."
The U.S. Minister in Berne said
ir his cable: "While I doubt very
n uch ih;it the Pope can be moved
to take the desired action, I can-
ii see that the demarche could do
a y harm and I believe it would
c to reinforce the individual
reminders that have heretofore
i n made."
Within 24 hours Mr Hull cabled
lli< U.S. Minister lull authorization
ir: view of the "incredible horrors"
being perpetrated by the Nazis. Mr.
Hull said: "You may also point
0 : the helpful effect of a condem-
nation on the part of the Pope in
bringing about some check on the
unbridled and uncalled for actions
of the Nazi forces."
On Oct. 16. 1942, Mr. Hull was of-
ficially informed through State De-
partment channels that the Vati-
can had rejected American diplo-
matic efforts to achieve interces-
sion by Pope Pius XII to help Po-
lish Jewry. The Holy See informed
Ambassador Myron Taylor, Presi-
dent Roosevelt's personal represen-
tative to the Vatican, of the Pope's
position. The Vatican's view was
'b^t while the Pope had heard re-
ports of anti-Jewish measures "up
to the present time it has not been
possible to verily the accuracy
thereof."
The Vatican's response came
alter a detailed communication
from Ambassador Taylor to t h e
Cardinal Secretary of State i Mag-
Temple Judea nursery-kindergarten will hold
closing exercises at the Temple on Friday
morning. Rabbi Morris Skop will be main
speaker, with Cantor Herman Gottlieb pre-
senting a group of Israeli songs. Tilden
Corenblum, president of Temple Judea, will
distribute diplomas. Left to right (top row)
are kindergarten graduates: Mrs. Helen D.
Cohen, school secretary; Cathy Askowitz,
Elayna Center, Mitchell Rosen, Terry Gold-
berg, Gordon Shayne, Barry Davis, Donna
Nevel, and Mrs. Nathan Selditch, kindergar-
ten teacher. Bottom row are Wayne Rassner,
Susan Katz, Judy Kessler, Robert Long, Diane
Blackman, Deborah Barkowitz, and Steven
Sussman.
lione) which included documenta-
tion from the Jewish Agency for
Palestine Geneva office and ac-
counts of non-Jewish eye-witnesses
of the liquidation of the Warsaw
Ghetto and other mass murders.
The communication sent to the Va-
tican said "It is a tragedy that the
Polish population is being incited
by the Germans against the Jews
and the relationship between the
Poles and the Jews has been aggra-
vated to the last degree. In Lem-
berg this is particularly true."
The United States Government
thought the Vatican could try to
reach "public opinion" to ame-

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Library to Close
For the Summer
Central Library of the Bureau of
Jewish Education will close for the
summer on June 15. .in:! will re-;
open Aug. 31 Mrs. Anna SitltOW,
Bureau librarian, urged that all out-
standing books be returned by the
15!h.
During the past year, over 3.000
people borrowed some 6.000 vol-
umes in Hebrew. English and Yid-
dish from the library which con-
tains 7.000 volumes in the general
field of Jewish novels, philosophy,
religion, history, and biography.
Schweitzer Book on Agenda
Albert Schweitzer's autobiogra-
phy. Out ot My Lue and !
will be discuss* I al the Miami i
lie Library on Monday. 7 I
at the last meeting of the >l
Bocks discussion group, according
to Allan Timberlake, leader, rtie
group will resume .is meetings In
September.
ft tc right (first row) are Sharon Louise Kline,
jyrnc E. Slotsky. Edith Leslie Kaufman. Rab-
Nc:man N. Shapiro, Cantor William W.
Gail Suzanne Smilan, Lynda H.
hwarte, Charlene Ugent. Second row (left
rig;.- are Joan Marcia Ackerman, Linda Lee
eiri-.'.e. Janet Deborah Lipschutz, Diane Ruth
z, Andrea Warshaw, Lynne H. Rosenberg.
y)e Fhyllt3 Maxwell, Freya J. Feld. Third
w (left to right, axe Marvin Schreiber, one of
e confirmation teachers, Diane Joy Blitt, Rob-
Ipso:
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ert Neil Stone, Philip Gold, Hillel Daniel Segal.
Arnold Elliot Willen, Michael Edward Schweit-
zer, Alan William Jacobson, Bettee-Aynn Am-
sterdam, Saul Rabin, educational director. Not
in picture axe Ellen Coulton and Ilene Gold-
bla:t. They are members of the Beth David
class to be confirmed as special services Sun-
day evening. Program will include Rabbi
Norman Shapiro, Cantor William Lipson, and
Saul Rabin.
The library also contains two
special sections on juvenile litera-
ture and reference files for re-
search in Jewish Bible, literature
and education.
Memorial Service
At Mt. Nebo
Department of Florida, J
War Veterans of the United Sf;' in,
will hold its annual Memorial v
services Sunday. H a.m., ac Mt.
Nebo Cemelerv
Hy M Morns, vice commander
for the Fourth region, and i past
department commander, is In
Board of License of the Bureau charge of the program, and partici
ennedy Will Play Hcst to Gurion
Continued From Page 1A
Pri*"e Minister remarked with
Bmik "What 1 > you meanfare-
H? ."m returning in a short
e. ar. i when [ come back I will
l ev thingif there is anything
tell '
Mr. Sen Guri I also accepted in-
alic;- to address an Israel
nd d nner in Philadelphia on
r.d; i. .. '..' lOth an-
lersan of I h r i-1 Bond Or-
lizi H .. i address.
Mj 31, a : nner-meet-
ol e United sh Appeal
den hich be held at the
dot' Astoria u re.
(In (Israel, mo p-ess indicated
at h'r. Ben-Gj'ien may ask
'resicnt Kenredy for a renew-
al of 1he 19SJ Arglo-American-
Frencb declara'sn on the Mid-
le Eest, whic** guarantees the
rest-- Israe1 -Arab borders, or
ie it> / discuss Hto possibility of
ch a four-paw*.' declaration in
which the Soviet Union should
be the fourth power.)
of Jewish Education at its last
meeting issued teachers licenses to
Evelyn Rotman. Irving Rotman.
Bruce Richman. Abraham Rosen-
feld. Yaffa Rosenthal and Sher-
win Stauber.
Sunday school licenses were is-
sued to Elissa Kaufman. Ellen
Katzman, and Blanche Turgel. To
date, the Board of License, chaired
by Sol Goldman, honorary presi-
dent of the Bureau, has issued li-
censes to 47 Hebrew teachers and
Mr. Ben-Gurion's meeting
nedy a general view of the Israel
j Government on Middle East prob-|72 to Sunday school teachers,
with special
the meetings
which President Kennedy is to
departure for Pans the next day. I held with President de Gaulle of
The Israel Prime Minister, it is France and later with Soviet Pre-
believed, will present to Mr Ken- mier Nikita Khrushchev.
I lems, presumably
. consideration toward
come prior to Pre-iaent Kennedys
At the 20th annual meeting of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
first preschool teachers licenses
were presented to 21 preschool
teachers throughout the Jewish
community,
pating will be the color guar I if
all Jewish War Veterans po--- n
the South Florida arc.
Services will conclude with tho
firing ol the traditional three vo!
'< leys by the department firing 1| id,
: and taps will be blown by a |
Stuart and Michael Dresner.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, honorary
chaplain of the Jewish War Vete-
rans, Department of Florida, and
chaplain at the Veterans Adminis-
tration Hospital. Coral Gables, will
be in charge of the liturgical ser-
vices.
Graves of all veterans ol the Jew-
! ish faith, in cemeteries throughout
the Greater Miami area will be
decorated with American flags,
lock well Takes
Hard in Riots
Cc-tinued :~3.~? Paja 1A
txplos'/e situation1 there was
lothir-. the F3?-j! -|overnment
:culo t: to hi i Rsckwell's Naii
Jur. Howeve- Alabama's At-
?orne. Genera VjcDonald Gal-
llion v cned Roclcwt!) to "stesr
[e'ear of Alabama, stating he
[was k-iwelco I 'ere.
M<. hile, unty of-
icial- nno in< '0011011 of B
Itrict ordinan luiring solici-
t< rs tc oe pi iphe i and fin-
rprinted and to establish 'good
I arad and business respects-
witty' with Commonwealth At-
I rnej V illiam J. Hassen, pointing
t>ui thai, without such legal ma-
[hinery, The American Na*i Party
Would r :> allowed 'free rein to go
pom door to door in Arlington.
Soliciting memberships."
Mr. Hassan said the Nazi group
k'ould not be granted a permit for
olicitation under the "good char
I bus .lability''
clause of the rdii ance.
'"' "' *';
C'i' ;3r.||a He Made The Cat O'Nine Tails Obsolete
Rabbi Lehrman
|To Give Talk
Rail I Irving 1- spiritual
, Temi inu-El, will
|l artici] Bte in nnual
spring conferei he Southeast
fregioi the United Synagogue of
I Amer.i a.
The t-nference will be held at
Jacksonville T 1 Ish Center m
I Jacksonville, F1j Sunday and
Monday.
Subject of Rabbi Lehrman'a talk
is "Di-tinct or Distinguished."
which will be present!! at the clos-
ing banquet on Monday evening.
Jerry Sussmart, at Miami Beach.
is a vice president af the regional
organization.
Of all the heroes known to the United
States Navy, Uriah P. Levy is certainly
one of the most unusual. His name is en-
shrined, not for a great naval victory, nor
an act of valorbut for compassion!
Uriah Levy, the first Jewish officer to
choose the Navy us a career, was brought
u? in .'. hard school. He studied seaman-
ship and navigation at the Naval School
in Philadelphia, and held his first com-
mand of a sailing ship when he was but
twenty years old. During the war of 1812
he was captured and imprisoned by the
British for more than a year.
In the Navy after the war he chased
slave traders and pirates and advaneed
steadily in rank. He was part of a service
which expected its men to endure tre-
mendous deprivation and cruelty. Men
died of scurvy, fell into the seas from icy
rigging, and lived for months on end in
tiny, airless forecastles. And the univers ll
punishment for violations of the strict
Navy discipline was a many-thonged lash
known as the terrible cat 0' nine tails.
In 1814 Uriah Levy was made a cap-
tain and began work on his monument.il
"Manual of Internal Rules and Regula-
tions for Men of War." It changed the
course of the U. S. Navy in many re-
spectsand helped to bring an end to
the practice of Hogging.
This single idea of mercy and compas-
sion became Uriah Levy's monument. For
when he died in 1862 they erected a stone
over his grave which reads:
* "The father of the law for the abo'
of .the barbarous practice of corporal
ishment in the Navy of the United Slates."
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551
recognition of three years of service as president of the
'.'.-eater Miami Jewish Community Center, Isidore B. Simko-
.:- right receives a plcaue at the recent 10th annual GMJCC
eeting, which marked his retirement from that position,
cque was presented by Leon Kaplan (left), vice president
Lie National Jewish Welfare Eoard. Presentation cited
S mkowitz in "charting new directions and achieving new
ights." Simkowitz was elected to serve as honorary pres-
cient .'or the coming year.
Eelh Torch
Sets Celebration
vents v. ill mark the end of
" tool year of Beth Torah Con-
-.. The first will be
1a! student congregation ban-
Monday, 6:30 p.m.. for stil-
ts who have attended Sabbath
. regularly during the year.
:era who will receive special
ignition are rabbis. Teddy Kloth
Steven Weininger; cantors.
1 ry Leff and Steven Leb: sha-
-h. Alan Adler. Barry Green-
g, Mike Leb and Burt Levy; gab-
Mark Haddad.
resident, Jeffrey Raymond, vice
-ident. Cheryle Rosenbluth; sec-
1 ary, Libbie Blasberg. Frank Sie-
gfl anl Sharon Zimmerman: treas-
1 r. Lee Friedel and Stephen Bur-
s, and hostesses. Judy Brower.
ar. Cavell. Rita Haber. June
} -s. and Jane Hirschberg
The second program will be a
li rcheon, Saturday. June 5. for
- : ir members of the religious
il who have continued their
cation beyond their Bar Ba.>
zvah. Students who have be-
< me Bar-Bas Mitzvah this year
. receive certifici tes at the
heon.
: of honor will be Miss
Edelman, a North Miami
h School senior, lead
sch 1 l*s Alef Con .. th
1 9 ;.'.'ar old group since its
ci ion Miss Edelman, w h
. aduated fr in the Hebrew
Rabbi Baumgard on TV
"Still Small Voice," '
am sponsored by the Rabbini-
cal Assn of Greater Miami, will
be hosted by Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Am. on Sunday, 10 a.m .
over WCKT ch. 7. Guest will be
Cantor Charles Kodner. of Temple
Beth Am. in a discussion of The
Importance of Remembering "
School of the B
ish Edui ntinuing
ition : ; h, an 1
let will i to her.
Evidence Proving Eichmann's Hand
Contir.jed from Psg* I'A
:: chmai n
dun 5 to strip I
ol all thi and 1
iak< steal N-
1 it rman l<
Eichn
the hang of t! I
shown thi
the court
n's
Lewis Joins
Bank Board
Board of directors of Metropoli-
tan Bank of Miami announced that
J. Gerald Lewis has been elected
to serve as a member of the board.
Lewis has been a resident of Mi-
ami since 1918. engaged in the bus-
iness of real estate mortgages and
investments. He was recently re-
elected president of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, is past president of the Can-
cer Institute of Miami. Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami, Family Ser-
vice Bureau of Miami, and is a
member of the Greater Miami J sw-
ish Federation. West View Cou
Club and the Standard Club.
He lives at 617 Di L
ffices in t!
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on
I
lavil ,
:
on 16 Jews s : :
smuggle letters
to thi
The order --.-'
-I...... s si .
men"
Eichmam
Army comma:
compla ned thai
there wen inger
...
in thi
ed to sei
Russia Eich na
ther is no roon I .
in th se countries
their. I .
In the documen*s. E'chmann'i
department 4-3-IV in the Gesta-
po turned up repeated'y as rr-e
department deciding the fate of
the Jews falling into the Naii
grasp. In one document, Eich-
mann instructed the military
commander in occupied Franca
to prevent the migrarion of Jews
"who are trying every means
to avoid transport to the East."
Videslav Diamant. an electrician
who served at Theresienstadt, tes-
mann as

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fraction ot
-- 24 U I
u who
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1943. ai
torture, t'.d
- a
C jnlless t said Dan
to he'? the Jews.
he declared H ch.nann
never said 'yes : anything, Ai-
Mays he said either no' or kept
in tnt air. I had
ipression rhe Christian
. a man w'-o
it narble : at
all. His namo -^car^e a symbol
aus '_ the cat' of jjst ;e
and 'r. s own censcie.-;^
Dean Gr
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I ivities on
' with
He Cine; Hali.). Le 1 Bad
lewish com-
munity, aftei rystal S
ms carried out bj the Nazis
in November, 1933. He described
Nazi medical experiments upon
Jews at Dachau, saying "many of
my friends were used a- guinea
pis" in experiments with cold-
of Gesl
.
at.
Ifr had a _, .
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idtj
1 SS Econo c '..
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r-.-33t.atec m
for lives" ;:j
Israel Kestner, a : -_,.
g 11 a.- Jev -y, undei .. rich J*i
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Samui I Goldstein
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Samuel Hollander,
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in ceremonies
:i-tallation t... i Sol G
Shreiber in charge.
Other new officers are Hy I
man and Norman I
presidents; Carl Rose treasurer;
Mrs Morn.- Brody. recording secre
tary; and Mrs. Selma Green M
responding secretary
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Page 9-A
Heart Experts To be Featured
a demonstration of the newest Assn's li t edw tee;
method of restarting the hearts ol Dr W Jape raylor : ;. i i w r-
I victims of cai lia emerg nci s its of i loi rman ol the
without resorting to the drastic Florida H Assn I
method of opening the chest wall education committee; Dr. P
will featun in for Scheinberg, th U'nivei if
physicians at Die Carillon hotel on Miam med ilty;
'Saturday mornii also ol Uni-
. uersity of Miami
the sessions, part ol the 12 an-
nual assembly ol th.- Florida Heart : r"-' '
Assn., will share the morning's bill- ehiel mi Heart
ing with.a concurrent session for >' Kugei, Mi-
laymen 0 eneral subject ol '' '' "
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at rten class of Co:a' V.
." -. will re its fini on
-.ing. Fror.t tow are Elai
, Marc Putterman, lanis K:
Jennifer Green, Scctt Robinson,
rber, Debort Bernard Roth, A:,
.s. Mid ile row are John Mallah, ;
K I cobs, Jav Nerove. Bill
;n, Rcoeri Mutter, Sharon Lcr. 1
: S rarl Smith, Erwyn Solomon. B.~;.-:
row are kindergarten assistant Mrs. Dave
rt in, Irene Renner, Morry Spitzer, Randy
: at, Steven Kingsberg,
ven Dickson, Phyllis Kass kindergarten
.: and school >r Mrs. Nathan
Lamon. Missing ere Michael Nevel and
Bush. Registration is now being ac-
c. for fall nursery pre-kindergarten, and
iing readiness kindergarten classes.
stroke.
Repi rtin
Frani Di I Foraki r
.1 lint
search project I Jack
ir. 1 1
mar Cn 1 Univi
1 'loriri been doii heart
n '.:. ,:.- under a
F .111 the
Assn,
1 irt A an d Dr.
Robert '
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ecture
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Dr. eeting ol
S... 1. ... '.i-
the L'niversitj il Mi- Societ; on >i
ami n il school; and James M.
n, PhD. an i Dr. Milton S.
-.. 1 ith of N tional Children's
Car I ic Hospital in Miami.
Dr Sasl is a past prc.-uicnt of i Trip to Israel," shown on slides by
: ll '.-,.. SO-
F i\ Savings an I Loan
. am will also include \
en-Gurion Blasts Anerican Zionists Again
the Florida Heart Assn. and cur-
rently chairman of its young scien-
tists
ho will discuss vari-
ous aspi ol the stroke problem
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ja k Davis.
\ office) :' ss Mil
pre ident; Charles Tamarkin
president; Molli s Kahn, treasui ei;
Thelma Miller, recording secreta-
Ccntiruid From Pag? 1-A .
oment was .1 to hit the
I t movement
The Pri ". is ter rel irted that
did not cla m Jo
1 1 nt \ an Jewry and he
pro : to read into the
I cor! the full text of his
,)i the I it declaration ortg-
nally publ 1950 when Mr.
ilaustein me! with hnn for the
first time T ie por-.cei unit d n of the Jew-
lion reil ; yiat the only polit- ish : H(-' a,!,!'d
include Dr. Daniel R. Usdin,"of Jack- ry; and Charolotte Shurin, corre-
sonville, chairman of the 11...... spondine secretary
ical loj al Ann rican Jew
*as to the Sta and that
the dei r rael was
one whu : .. only by-
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th jewivh cpop'e in Israel and
that if I Zionist Organization
of America and others accepted
this but said that Zionism did
not impose a personal duty for
Aliyah. "then they say empty
words." He =>dded that no one
renresc-teo American Jewry be-
cause American Jewry was un-
organized. This, he said, in-
cluded the Conference of Pres-
idents of Major American Jew-
ish Organizations.
"I have spoken with American
Jews on all kinds cf subjects, he
said, adding that Mr. Blaustcin "is
not one of those Zionists who are
called Zionists in America. In my
eyes. they. too. are not Zionists."
He declared tha; he knew "of only
one, Zionist in America I would
call a Zionist And I will not give
his name. !ii does not think of
himseli : American. He thinks
of himself a a Jew. He
think a v different
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ing a
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come to 1 ive a full Jewish
life, and only :
this is Zio was
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9-Jenist fkrilfar
Friday. May 26, lggi
Judge Friedman: Profile of a President
When the 85th annual conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith. D:>::ict 5.
ci ncludea en June 7 here In Miami
Beach, its new president will be
.Miami's Judge Milton A Fried-
man.
The new president of the Souths
largest Jewish fraternal and ser-
vice order will look north from
Miami to a following of 12.000
members in 101 lodgesin Flori-
da. Georgia. South Carolina.
North Carolina. Virginia, the Dis-
trict of Columbia, and Maryland
in tne Miami area itself, B'nai
B'rith adherents number 4.000
strong.
The youthful protege of the late
Abe Aronovitz assumes a mantle
which has been worn since the
\ear 1867, when District 5 was in-
stituted in Baltimore. Md. B'nai
B'rith was 24 years old at the time,
with a national membership some
what less than today's District 5
membership.
Judge Friedman's personnal
service in B'nai B'rith numbers
31 years. For a youthful man of
Ml, much the image of an in-the-
pinkgolfer, three decades-plus
o* experience in any organiza-
tion is rich background. Judge
Friedman joined AZA, the youth
branch of B'nai B'riih, as a boy
of 16, less than handful of years
after the arrival in Miami from
Nw York City.
Leaning back in his law offices
in the A in .-ley bldg.. the .1
attempts to recall why he joine i
AZA "All the kids in our ^roup
decided to form an AZA chapter.
Ike Lev in brought us together.
Mso "my dad was an ardent Ben
B'rith."
Friedman's civic appointments
range from presidency of Shenan-
!< ah Paddie's Assn.. through
I. under and trustee of the Great-
er Miami .Jewish Federation to
board governor of the National
Cardiac Hospital. He feels that
ht has received mostly "just
friends" from B'nai B'rith
JUDGE MIITON FRIEDMAN
. ."just friends"
"The satisfaction, the seltish
satisfaction of knowing that in
B'nai B'rith. whatever you are
engaged in. you're helping others,
this is a great thing. You build
and maintain a hospital, but you
don't really think you'll be need-
ing it; you build a Hillel House,
and your own children may either
not be ready for. or may have lett
college: you fight for non-dis-
crimination in, say. hotels or medi-
cal -chools and likely are not per-
- inally interested in either.
"There's not a program in 3nai
B'rith that doesn't perform a ser-
vice for someone Every Jew,
whether he belongs to B'nai B'rith
or not. receives, tangibly cr intan-
gibly, some daily benefit from
B'nai B'rith. That's a wonderful
feeling to get out of an organiza-
tion, any organization."
And this, in the eyes u the new '
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You'll find corrpl-re
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade ccd
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president of B'nai B'riths -
eastern states a is up to
friends."
Leadership is not a new ex-
perience for Judge Friedman.
A three-term municipal judge,
a past vice president of Beth
David, a past president of the
Greater Miami Jew-sh Com-
munity Center, he has also
climbed the various rungs of
B'nai B'rith offices. He has
served as president of Florida's
senior lodge, Sholem, as presi-
dent of the Florida State Fede
ration of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
as National Youth Commis-
sioner (six years) of B'nai
B'rith, and as vice president of
the Florida ADL.
Judge Friedman admits to no
new projects in mind tor District
5. But it is his intention to place
vigorous emphasis on already ex-
isting B'nai B'rith programs
Jewish education, youth work.
support for communal needs, and
ADL. "Isn't is a sad commentary
that Hitler was Jewry's best mem-
bership director?"
Judge Friedman is no "Yom
Kipper speaker." He does not
bemoan the "sad state" of Jewry,
does not see fossilization in to-
morrow's generation of Jewish
leaders. Why should I? I go to
a B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion and see hundreds of young
people voluntarily, enthusiastical-
ly at Friday night and Saturday
morning services. Here is a point-
er tar more meaningful than ser-
mons )i doom made by persons
without real contact with our
youth "
Asked about his own children
he has three, Ronald, 13, at
the University of North Caro-
lina, Kenneth, 16, at Miami High
Hollywood Man
Named Chairman
Manuel I. Solomon, of Temple
Beth Sholem, Hollywood lias been
named Southeast chairman for the
national biennial convention ol i.
United Synagogue of America
The convention, to be held Nov
12 to lj a; Kiamesha Lake, \ Y .
will be attended by more than I
!elegates representing 700
vative congregations in the
States and Canada.
Solomon a past member of
board of trustees Of Temple B (1
Sholem, and is irr mi
ngi
School, ar.d Judith. 11, at Coral
y/*v Sernen^ary Schoo' the
J jdge at last indulges in a boast-
rul srriie.
is a past presi-
- AZA chapter, my rmd-
.- state secretary >' AZA.
; tins (*rew 1,p want-
mg ;o itM In their 1i Id) 's -hoes.
and I suppose part of their m
vation was to excel the old :
If I left B'nai B'rith tomorrow
their involvement and m lUvaOoa
is such now that they'd coi
notwithstanding. You -
making and development
friendships, the sense
tion in knowing that >
in? others ."
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Friday. May 26. 1961
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Pace 11-A
Goldmann Refutes B G Statement
Continued from Page 1-A
support "to the spirit oi the Zionist
Organization statutes of 1952 s
thai ( siatc of Isra<. s< es
itscll ;:.- the creation of the entire
to tie up Jewish life in the Dias-
pora with the new civilization de-
veloped in Israel." Dr. Goldmann
said.
He add< bat by sug jesting the
Jewish people and expects [r pposite. th Prime Minister "un-
the Jewish Agency :o unite the Jew- :, ties the posil
ish peopli for (hi upbuilding oi zioi -- in all parts of the world
an arm to the Worl I
. zati : a Iding that
:,, c x me Minis! r I
ts in the
said I ;
the State."
Dr Go
gret:. Ministi r
"consistentlj tak< :. rtj
viols;.....i Law e Sta -
Among principal participants who helped achieve the ?ur-
c-ess of the State of Israel Bend Bar Mitzvah and inaugural
.:-.er last week are (from lerT Samuel Frier.'.cr.d inducted
the new Israel Bond chairman, and who cvsnec. the Israel
nd sales with a purchase of S100.00C; Mr?. Elise Adams v
c'.sc brought $100,0C0 in Israel Bends; Justice William O.
rouclas, of the U.S. Supreme Court, guest speaker c: the
fvening; and Dr. Irving Lehrmcn, who inducted the r.ev offi-
cers. In tribute to Israel's Bar Mitzvah, and in rest: rr.se :d en
appeal by Rabbi Leon Kronish, guests purcheser. the :r:cest
ram of bonds ever sold at any cne function in the h:stc:y c:
Ihe Israel Bond campaign SI. 170,COO.
Miami Leaders To Mee* With B-G
4 select group of Greater Miami
Israel Bond leaders will meet with
F rime Minister Ben-Gurion of Is-
. i: in Philadelphia on Monday.
ay 29.
r Miami group will join with
rs from several other com-
bes at a special meeting to
place Monday evening
Abraham Feitiberg, national
.- esidert of the Israel Bond or-
ganization, indicated that Prime
' mister Ben-Gurion's visit in the
-lited States wiil be unofficial.
-e will come to Philadelphia from
Canada to participate in a meet-
-g of the Israel Bond board of
c:\ernors, which will mark the
tsmplet:on of the first decade
: tha Israel Bond program here.
revealing that the Mum;.
Ltended a -pecial invitation
I .\:th Prune Minist. r Ben-
eim HAL
Gurion. Samuel Fric..... Israel
Bond chairman, indicated that
"this is in ;. measure a tribute to
Miami's outstanding Israel Bond
record."' climaxed by the recor:!-
hrcaking dinner held on May 17,
which resulted in the purchase oi
most bonds e\er sold a1 ai Israel
Bond function.
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;; to Zionists to disregai them
tiichis .--.-. i. the .
i :: the w i rid Zi
. th 'nment
. gh i the Woi:. Z mist Or-
gal izatii i \ ... rights in Is-
rael" to r-( present th Jewish |
in relation to the Jewish State, and
thai .'v. .< ntri icu cisions el
his ^ i:.: to v h
party.*'
Turning to ntent of t h e
.-. issii ns A'lth M r Ben-
Gurion. [t is i less, n.....
[less ... irmfu
. ; ler also hit
plied chargi from
Mr Ben-i ur thai he was eh
5 plan i ttlement m Is-
..- assured oi a Cabi-
:.. ;.-, -: H( i> ti rted that he had
-. d in Israel he could not settle
imediately because he bad vari-
Prime Minister's latest attack, Dr. ous positions in Jewish organiza-
Imann denied em] [y that lions utsid ol Israel -which 1
Zionism had ever demanded from could not abandon abruptly" and
its adherents (hat they should not thai once he did settle, he would
rd themselves "as full and b< available for "an appropriate
complete citizens o: their coun- position or work."
tries." Dr. Goldmann also said1 But, he said, "I have never speci-
Ben-Gurion had no right "to define fil(i w"at kind f a position this
the duties'of Zionists. He is neither OU!-h: ,u Pe nor navc l madc an-v
the spokesman nor the official lead- claims to special^posts."
er of the movement."'
Social Worker to Speak
Mrs. Helen Rosenkrj of ot
so< ...' servic(
the geriatrics clinic, ... At
... H< spit
.....: es of thi ne> ysi
......tion < lini( I a kn son pa-
tio:;:- a: th;. season's final meet-
ing oi the Floi
Pi nson 1 ndat on XI
evening in the Wj din i P< >
ral S; \ ings and 1.. an Assi N*< r
:: .. j
"Zionists have the full right to
regard themselves as full citizens
of their countries while at the
same time helping build the State
of Israel, work for its growth and
development, encourage immi-
gration of all those who wish or
have to go to Israel and seeking
lit said in clarification of reports
about giving up his American citi-
zenship that it should be obvious
that if he ever accepted an official
pi siti< n in Israel, "it would be only
natural for me that when my work
in Israel and for Israel would re-
quire it, I should give up my Ameri-
can ship" to become an Is-
raeli
The Wor'd Zionif* leader also
touched oi an ''> ct r' th-> up-
roar about a joint statement be-
tween Mr. Ben-Gurion and Jacob
B'austein. honorary president of
fhe American Jewish Committee,
defining relationships between Is-
raeli and American Jewry. Dr.
Goldmann had criticized the state-
ment, which in turn provoked the
Prime Minister to make the state-
ment which Dr. Goldmann an-
swered in his press conference.
The : Comm
. cri ze I Dr. Goldm; nn for
eatenii free ex
us and cultural re-
lationships" between Am i :an
Ji and Israel and had accused
him oi demanding that such can-
tacts should be channeled only
"through a particular interm lia-
Dr. Goldmann said he ha I never
made such a demand and that he
had not taken issue with the con-
of the Ben-Gurion-Blaustein
statement. What he did object to,
i i said, was that the Prime Minis-
ter had issued such a statement.
with a representative of an organi-
zation which however meritorious
"is far from being representative
ot the American Jewish Communi-
ty."
He said he had referred to the
Conference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations as
a much more representative body
but at the same time "I did not put
forward the claim that relations
between Israel and Jewish organi-
zations or communities must be
channeled exclusively through the
World Zionist Organization."
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Sam Goldstein Takes Temple Israel Helm;
Harris Steps Down After Two Terms
Sam a Goldttoln "iv elected
I'M" iiinii iii Omplf lirael of
Greater Miami .11 the 3Mh 1001101
mooting hi I he Reform Jewish
eaogreiation He aucreoda h '
11.111 In, wlin si 1 \ ni 1 wo terms
Mao hint ailed by l>> Jon ph K
N.iini were Ihc following
us iiiiv
Elliott D. Blumenthal. Sam
Luby, tr., Harold Thorman and
Louis E. Wolf son, vice presi-
dents; Stuart S. Gordon, secre-
tary, David Hochberj;, financial
seci.M.iry; Lewis I. Serbin, treas-
urer; Gus Feuer, assistant treas-
urer; Sam C. Levenson, honor-
ary trustee.
Mun .i\ Apt< Ibauoi, !> W Apte,
Myron Behrmao, David Catsoiao,
Max L'ojjen, Joseph Garfield, N;i
1 >.ui s (lUmenlck, Mas Holtsberg,
slberl I Jacobs, Mrs Aaron Kan
nor, Wallet Kovncr, Harold Lan
field, A I. Sadler, Beo Novack,
1 en Kose, jr Kobcrl Russell, Jay
Scltwartt, \ilin Herbert Scbel and
Henry K Wolff. Irustei -
VumIi.iin pro* ilenti who look
office included Mrs iJi 1 lira
ham. Sisterhood: Jesse L'asselhoff,
Men'* Cub and Arthur Smith,
lYmplc Youth,
>. :-h II) l> '.' 111 1 I Of lilt'
. till Hi .. .
.ijtue. on ... \
- .'' l.i .'.;!; 1 M '. Wish
Hi 111 V: s uii Hospital,
.I Ann rieai Hebrew Con
tations Cit) o\ Miami B< ach
Personnel Board. Miami Beaeh
Judea Will Install Officers
v-r ml msl ilUi ol new uffi
i. s ,'i IVmpli i< a w ill he held
:". .; inoi 1 .'.. fAiesdoj e>
ins at '!,' Mgiei hotel
Rabbi Irving Lchrotan, spu
li.;.',-: ,". Omplf Kmanu Fl. will be
\ soeoker R ihbi W ill am s.;
PWItl NtOTOth r : :''
R Iheast I Lmeri
Hebrew C 1 mis 0 ill n
.- tl Beo Kv-ci as pr> shIi 11 M
\c-r pli '. die*
0*N> t te Iwtoltod *'* V iv
to- Reitei Mid lu##| WNitlOl
>e pmMtnt* D< Soorgt Bji
fc<- iv-iviii'v) ev'-etj'\ IrNinq
rSilif'ioo .. 1 ,' n^a >r- r
? *> \Kt\c 1 a pj>< i' Knajnciol
mc rotary,
Sidncj Richman, treasurer; Mrs
\ David Goldberg, Sisterhood
president: Charles Rosenberg
Ri (iihei '.'..: f-11->".- out
Kssen i< ;i past president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, was .i trustee of Hillel Foun-
n on the I'niversrty of M
campus, is paat paster of Hibiscus
Moaoak Lodge and past district
depot; grand master of the loth
. II strict ol Florida
SAM GOLDSTEIN
Taxpayi rs' fcssn M
Boa 1 iamb< 1 erci
The new Tfmolp Israel pres-
ident also served as pro Temple Israel oi V\fst Palm
Beach some 30 years .*go, and
as president of B nai B'rith
Lodacs in Atlanta. Birmingham
anc> West Paim Beach. He re-
cently stepped down as presi-
dent of the South Florida Fed-
eration of UAHC.
\ th e of Atlanta G Istein is
married to ih f< rm t Lena Clein.
I Atlanta ITiej iree chil-
Burton and Charles who
live in Mian Mrs Blanche
Ross, a resident of Harrison. N V
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G*ANtTE MEMORIAL ARTS
e s. HI st-- m *:;.'
Academy Will
Lay Cornerstone
B. 1. Binder, president of the He-
brew Academy, announced this
I week that the corn*istone-laying
ceremonies marking the beginning
of construction of the new school
buildings, will be held on Sunday
June 4. 10 a.m.. en the new building
site, Pinetree dr. and 24 st-
Label K;:t;. national president of
B'nai B'rith, expect* I in Miami to
deliver the keynote address at the
B5th annual convention of B'nai
B'rith, District 5. will be guest
speaker al th< ceremonies
Cornerstone will be d< dicatod by
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky.
Luncheon will ti at the Fon-
tainebleau t<'
Rabbi Mexani 1 r Gross, princi-
pal ol th Hebrew Academy, ob-
v, :\, d thai "1 h : .-". r:c event is
.m occasi and for
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Mrs. Irving Liftman, pre-.,
Pioneer Women's cinh ? fn'f
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| of Mrs. Mollie Witner, fcj?
|away recently. Th n^
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Washington Federal 1244 *
i ton ave. Irving Liftma. ^
guest speaker.
Chanin Unveiling
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SUNDAY MAY 28 t 1 p.m.
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May 26. 1961
'Jm4'sti nnrSdlicMn
Page 13-A
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GEMS OF WISDOM
|jp> :oun.sel can be given on how
. -^ |>n'(ie. We must strunnle
i: all the days of our Ufe.
----BFR.
*
i- :ing is more dangerous for a
:an than pride. TALMUD.
*
Bn'.!e and envy with which even
U among us seem infected.
- greatest menace to our
K. al inl p E. YBBSHITZ.
*
til. ihtine 'award men is re-
|in I to God. NAHMANIDES.
* *
irrogance it the %>ite to many
OR1IOT ZADDIKIM.
*
mf tver mm becomes proud, let
..... ii .; mosquito pre
led him m the Divine order of
tai SANHEDRIN.
* *
11 laid There's no to on in
L Id the arrogant
1 t tLMUD.
i *
i'.. !e is the i i >/ all evils.
vn m
nan rnitfn nins-tf?
r t : r T -: t
tan rs np"D?3 mnnn "3
: t TV t
ititaBi rftiyy .o^aip
p ^tf Q"?pT^an ^K n'pan
f}D| trxxmn n^an
Irr'w Errata d$$ ,ns,,n
: TV T "
.D^itf ni3V"'?*,,?nn
heft rnan *?# n'pnnnn
bias nrrn 0*071 nnm
It t : t T t:t
f?"|| ]9*n ^'aa ip ,nxa
r:prna na^m rnann
"i?Tp^,a 6o-a toraf,n-?T[
pv D^Jto D-tfax 1,100
ton mann nato ."?Daa
: T T I v : T : _
[aa an jroi lain Tjc/aa
Dai ,*nxvn nprnan 'nptf
hx^-pna owti n^y
bob n2?paa nnann *?x us
t "r i
<& OL 9&*/m O/ JMi.
(ami s
r^cligioHS d^ife
Let Us Blend Our Spirit
With Symphony of Judaism
By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Coral Way Jewish Center
The unfinished symphony of Ju-
daism has ever captivated the
heart of humanity with compelling
themes of ethical Monotheism,
eternal hope, and rational ideal-
ism. Today's space age has brok-
en the sound barrier. Disonance
is heard in place of exquisite har-
mony; counter-themes of tangen-
tial importance have supplanted
the dominant motifs of affirming
the morally good lite, the unsur-
passed beauty and immortal quali-
ty of Zion'j music to guide man-
kind.
In a mic noise,
hi-fidelity and long-
playing v lound, man
must be caref ict ily to push
the right button The right sound,
the proper mood music must he
determiti played daily, hour-
ly. Sho decisions of either
abiding I c nviction, or compromising of ideals, or rationalizing
s
e r v i c c s
J Ii i s \AJ e e h e n d
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will De returned as proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi liaac Ever.
ANSHE EMES.
Conservative,
president.
2533 SW 19tn ave.
Maxwell Silberman,
RA2BI SAMUiL APklL
. symphony of Judaism
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Saturdaj' '. a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Lurry,
son ol Mi and Mrs. Sam St-hatzn
3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Sch''f
I p.m. Sal ur In J S JO ii.ii'
Sernn Ti n!n fur a Bolter T<<-
.....r i
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Cons?'vat.ve. Cantor Hyman Fen.
Sl:wili'v
: i a m. I ta i
Miixvah 'ei M and M
Mm in ihn.
3ETH ISHAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
3ETH JACOB. 3P1-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Carto- Maurice Mamches.
of motives -ejecl I or continued arbitrarily? Because our hi-fi sets ,
turn off .. should we listen to all the popular musical selec- : ------
tions witl 'xercising our prerogatives? In view of the desirability beth kodesh. t;5i Quaii Roost dr.
of extra sp irs, shou I each carry its separate melody without consul- ,.,p ~J"'d R<.ht"r,'.1 ..j0 .,. Vi
ering the main "home or motif? ture
r :, x:,...can.K.vs. being products of their environment alone, us?'&a *?&
' nilnai
3ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky
rather ti eir heritage as well, have compartmentalized their phi-
losophies )f I idaism. The result is that extreme factions or dichoto-
mous wings have overemphasized their own narrow views to the extent
of overlook \ the broader, more mature perspective. Each organiza-
tion, whether primarily philanthropic, anti-detamatory, or nationalistic
in nature, tendency or proclivity, impugns the motives of other essential
organs of dynamic Judaism.
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
Chits. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
I Fiiriaj i 15 p.m S rmon: "Are there
The Torah and the svnagoguc are attacked and assailed by Jewish No V'a< > for the Pant?" Ba
organizations. Politics.'ulterior motives, and sublimation are the out-fcft*/ oelalw*' sSda" M a'
rageous cries of the unaffiliated. Together with the wisdom of Eccles-, jtar Mitzvah: Phil, son of Mr
siastes, they lament that ". in the place of justice, that wickedness Mrjr ^'^ ;; '-;|-j, Jjard, son
was there; ar.d in the Dlace of righteousness wickedness was there."! -1
The .vnagogue, which promulgates the Torah, is the central pillar congregation etz chaim. 1544
* T ... ,, ,, Wasnirqton ave. Orthodox. R.ibbi
and powerful musical core of our faith, around which all the supporting i Abraham otrassfeid.
movements )f Judaism must rise to crescendo or fall to pianisimo and '___., ^...-."777^,. rcMTCD
oblivion. Individuals who preach the Torah may falter; laity and clergy I 8755 sw ,6th st.. Miami. Rabbi sam-
alike mav falselv interpret difficult passages. The theme may be dis-l April. Cantor Gersnon Levin.
. .. ... i _, ., ^..i lay 8:30 i>.m. i .nifiiinati'in: l-.lh.-l,
guised and distorted by imperfect musicians. This in no way negates daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Korn
the perfection of the Omnipotent or His Torah. Saturda; 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Im-
Let every man strive to blend his instrumental tone and tenor, with '""'"' #___
the majestic and triumphant symphony of total Judaism, by subordinat- dade heights Jewish congre-
ing his own musical interpretations to those of the Conductor and Creator f^Ja't^e. Rabbi Ma^x zucker!'can0tor
on High. Then will spiritual Israel conclude the final notes of the score Emanuei Mandei.
and lead humanity to the grand finale of peace, understanding and J*&..' .'; Ke"/commander
brotherhood for all men. Abe h rowltz Post 8S2, and Joseph
7..< immancler No. Dade Post
Ti-i of Jewish War Veterans, will nar-
Bpei ill Memorial Ber\'lces.
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "And There
Was i Man." Sunday 9 a.m. Com-
i -: i r i r s.j\ ice, 10:30 a.m. L'nlfl-
B'nal Sholem procession and
i to Dade H< Ights Jew Ish
Ion.
TALES OF MORALS
Tlttrr? were two uniudirul crea-
tures. On-- was mult-headed and
lingle-tdiled and th? other was
niil; -headed. For
,i nme. th eatures "i along
well as the I to-
I
and jdi erst i >' ionditions ere
tn tlie '
.'
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d the"
im-

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lld !!.:> ..
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the lu\:.i-
begti tut One insi ited that
wasn't < od enougl
The tinted that the ca\

j. the> jrgued, the elements de- j
ttroyed u
MORAI : is fa better to have
.'... illoti'ei v ilia>i
many leaden and jew followers
1
T- "yiSpan TH P UK1? Bv RA33I SAMUEL FOX
iv I: ... i v T
(rvnVis nna* nna rysina)
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CSS I .rtant is the fact that
ompany produces its products
..local raw materials. Giant
and trucks' bring the phOS-
, from the Negev and the pot-
rom th Dead Sea to the com-
installati ins which are situ-
:n Haifa bay, where they un-
vario I processes.
be< of the Chemicals
Fertilizers were very modest,
gradually the company grew
set up m my installations which
l 60 million.
me 1,100 persons now work in
terprise. The company's ern-
es have gradually acquired
experience in all fields of
irch and production, and
cal enl irprises abroad have
" d to the company requesting
In supply them with its tech-
know-how.
''..blished by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
The cotnnmnity is to the civil-
rd man what the atmosphere is
the body. If it is pure and
lolesome, he is healthy. If ft is
-( and Stifling, he stifles. If it
cut off, he dies. H. SAW
Why does Jewish tradition reguire
one to wash his hands upon
arising in the morning?
Various reasons are offered tor
this tra litioti the "medieval au-
thorities A '.--: ben Yechiel (the
"Rosh" claims that the reason
tor this tradition is. jhe fact that
ihe hands move about through the
night and presumably came in con-
tact with some unclean part of the
body.
Rabbi b^ Aderet
("Rashba") claims that the rea-
son is bei mse ivery man is likened
unto a nei ition i verj morning
when he > and he is required
to wash his bands like the priest
who enters the sanctuary to per-
form his wen duties. Later au-
thorities i lim that a spirit of im-
purity 0V( takes the human body
either coming with the phenome-
non 0 sli with the coming of
nlgh1 ai npure spirit is erad-
icated bj ish ng the hands upon
arising in morning.
. The Zohar (Genesis 184b) bases
, this tradition upon a passage in
i the Psalms 86.6) which states: "I
will wash my hands in innocence;
-o will I encompass thine altar"
and goes on to explain the situation
as follows:
"Every man nas a torctaste of
death during the night, because the
holy soul leaves him. and the un-
clean spirit rests on the body and
makes it unclean. When, however,
the soul returns to the body, the
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Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
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Tales of Moral
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pollution disappears save from the
man's hands, which retain it ar.d
thus remain unclean When he
washes them, however, he becomes
sanctified and is called h
i
Why do pious Jews place two ves-
sels near their bed upon re-
tiring?
The tradition is to place one ves-
sel which is filled with water and
one vessel which is empty, near
one's bed before retiring so that
one may immediately be able to
wash one's hands by pouring the
water from the vessel filled with
water over one's hands and into
the empty vessel. Kabbahsts base
this upon a statement they claim
to have found in the Zohar which
prohibits a man from walking a
distance of lour cubits without
washing one's hands.
The Zohar (Genesis 184b) speaks
of two vessels
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. -Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Vtda; ','.ni s.i irdaj B a.m.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
Dav a Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Hailbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Raobi Morton
Malavs-.y. Cantor Louis Cohen.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW !2th ave. Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr
Orthodox RabOr'Phinea.s Weberman

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klali
I-1 i.i iy H:l-> p.m ~
i :' I. Su tui i 8:30 .i
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320
NE 171st st. Raooi Jonah Caplan.
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TEMPLE CETh AT/. ',?50 N. Kendall
dr.. S Miami. Reform RaDbi HerbeM
Baumgard. Canter Charles Kodner.
I- rl i. I Si Whal
I
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TEMLE B=TH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
RauDi Samuel Jaffa.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
! i ula> S |i in. Saturday 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat,
ave. Liberal. Kabbi Leon Kronisl-
Cantor Davla Conviser.
' S:1B p.m, Sermon: "There Will
> ..... to Menu rlnliie thi I ad
ins. Saturdaj 10:45 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Laurence, .-"u of Mr. and
.\li> i Topol.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harr>
L. Lawrence.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative Rantv |rvn
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler
Reform. Rabb! Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacoo Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDb'.. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris SKop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb
Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Bleaaed be
the i. -i. .--.\i.ik--i s." Saturdaj 10:SO
am Bar Mltsvah: Kenneth, ?"!! 6f
Mr. and Mrs Jack Cogen: Roger, son
i| Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Mlttleman
TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th it. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
Friday 1:13 >.m Adult education class
members to in- honored with volun-
M- of the S'am Sklar Library, Ser-
mon: "Three R' of Rellgl m* Stud}
Saturdaj 8:46 a.m Bar Mltavah: Rob-
I ert, Mm -I' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kllnger.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
.. 8:13 p.m, Sermon: ''W li > la
' \\ is-;" Saturd iv II a m. Bar
van: S e m of Mr. and Mrs. Vs 11-
an
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl
Leo Heim.
p,,,; ii "Loneliness
H!i lnnl i latli '. ol J
.-,.. i- ; Klinbbat host*: Jei
War Vel u V i'-'1 Auxl
Mi n rial I >aj Sal
.- m 'Weeklj Portion at
the La
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TEMPLE 2-VMOR. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon riurwitz.
----- ----
TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th t.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Gnldfarb.
1- .;,:.. p.m Pi r non: "' '"'i' '
the 1
Mits Mai of Mi and
| lain In Hi towli
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Sttinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
p p.m l: :i laureate
i .mil Senior High
j ivi II a- graduati m of
-, hoi 1 Saturdaj J
i.m. Popl in |a,i
. .;, : .:: "A New la -innin;; "
TEMPLE ISRhL.
-37 Kit
'lUi
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st at
Orthofix. Raobi 8herwin Stauber.
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Friday, May 2S
B.owu*, With > By HIURY MWPtlN
S1 A Fantastic Jcurney at Night Across Steep Ridges
k .. r ... I'nitprt Sta't'-i when thev war a ., ..-
OUfl iMAKt >r MORN I NO t\ >! lurnttH 1*0
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Till (li.' ltl',l\l >l llill.'i I'.Vl
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(ortations would start in their villa.
left their cabin in the middle of the night,
ie roundup by minutes, and set out for Ann
ir plan was to walk across the mountain border
s -. itzerland.
And this In a fantastic journey at night i .,
steep ridges which dropped into precipitous
s at their sides, carrying their daughttr in her
..i,; is what they proceeded to do only to be
by Swiss guards and escorted straight
i .. tains i France. Waiting uni
g, they then made the s
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... tapressed :. the abs lute verity of I
,c .: p-_re f*ct. D nataog
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frdoy. May 26. 1961
^J^istntridHnr
Paae 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N AMD FOR DADE CO^\T>,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4588'
.'it- f
\l Y Ci >RDASEV,
-~ :e"0F INTENTION TO VAKE
^.XATION FOR DISTR IBUT C\
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
ebj n I
. al Re] '. Hit
.....,.,-. ; .
-. v .i j i r June, 1961, will applj to i
hie l'( ..:.!> el I >ade
I" da for api'rovi
: oi I and for disti Ibutinn and
die h s -. ~ Execul : i if
ol the above-named decedent
- ,i id da) "i May ;!"'.i
PETE ANDRl 'SKY
Exec itor "f the Estate i Andy
Cordaae* dei ised.
i 1,1 MAN A GOLDSTEIN
torneys
W. Flagler St.
11 ml, Florida
5 !P-:6. 6 2-P
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ili, undersigned, desiring to engage in
I ness under the fictitious name oi
I N|)ORA RKAl'TY SALON at 1J40
.Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, Flor-
ntend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I .!,!< County, Florida.
EVA lilRCSAK :.0"r Owner
MARGARET EKES 50* Owqei
Goldman. Goldstein & Paczler
rn< ys f. r Registrants
: 03 W Flagler St.
Miami, Fla.NE 3-061S
: i!--:o. i'';-!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
rVTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nderslgned, desiring to engagi I i
neaa under the flctittnui name of
iRIDA PLASTIC PERMANIZING
at i-':',y Normandy Drive, Miami
en, Florida, intends to register
name with th.- Clerk <: thi Cir-
.', urt of Pade i unt F i
' \\:i:s L. MacDONALD
!.; R HIRSCH
.. Jan ea l. Ma
Bi ili ard
Fl : Ida

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LEGAL NOTICE
TEMPLE CRISES:
The time when the octress who converted.
(attended her first services .
Ct>' 194>t, Dey*nv rrodwttiori.
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FCR CADE COUNTY.
FLC-. :i N C-ANCERY
IM 61C -
C.UEl : B1XG

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NOTICE E^ FjEL'CiTlON
Ti :.- UIX .-
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Si iTIFIED
-' el' to thi
. i nt I filed ai
FAUXCE,
FrXK .v Pi RMAX, 5 _' Congress
ling Miami 32, F Iqrida, and i"
flli thi thereof Ith tin
"ourt on or before
thi 12th i..... ..in. 1961. otherwise
a I >i ree Pro will be entered
i-t you.
DATED this Ith day of May, 1861,
l: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court Pad, County Florida
csai' Bj HELEN KESSLER
ity cleric
5/12-19-26, 1 2
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY ilVl N tl
derslgi ad i airing ti em -
inder thi fictlt if I
NCE-RESEARCH RANi H il
Road, Mil
to registi r said na
rk of the Circuit i 'ourt 1 i
nty, 1 '. rida.
HERBERT BRAUN
Sole Owni i
i I '., 0 VRS a- ROTH
mii ya f' i' Applicant
i .- w e I s;!., |
:. 19-86, 6/2-9
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 61C 4935
LEY JEAN Bl'TLER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH KtDOI.I'H BUTLER,
1 left ndant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
ft IT, JOSEPH RUDOLPH HITLER,
i Del very, Dublin, North Caro-
lina, ;.! hereby required to s&rvt a
i > i i your answer to a complaint
divorce on plaintiffs attorney
i M Bai nea, Roi m 312, 10 N'.E.
3rd Aw, Miami, Florida, on or
Jui.i SO, 1961, otherwise a de-
'. .. in, ed iga nst yi i
d ;!.i- llth day of May, I
LEATHERMAN.
I i .; of Circuit Ci :.
By: HELEN KEs>SLER,
itj
19-21 2-9
THE CIRCUIT CO URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL C PC- T CF
r-:= da in and fcr :': =
IN CHANCERY
Nc. 6-C 4
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k'ARD
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in the circuit cclrt 0* the
eleventh jud.cial circuit cf
florida in and for d*:e
county. in chancery
No 61C 5040
E B MARSHALL,
.
- M MARSHALL,
end nt
NOTICE BY PL'BLiti" ON
HELEN M. 1
ki, -. i "
I.. Ne' '
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RMAX
Clerk r Cir
( i i HELEN KESSL1
Di put] Clei
B lH-l'C. 6,2-9
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERV
No. CC 88C
HAMBURG SAVINGS TANK a
oral Ion exl* I m md< r thi wi
. Stati of New York,
. .!.::.
vs.
,sl. \'.\\. GOL1 i r.N .... i
G Ul STEIN. }..- \> :
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NOTICE Cc SU'T
ISRAEL I > .
PI STEIN
>n Amerfi I i
Nl -v Vi-- -i
t AR1 HEREVY X \
.. i has bei .... st yi ..
HAMBURG VIN I
i-e-ent i t li
..::: 'u.i^i ... : |
escribed -...
Lot 21, Block -
n to C Vft :.".. v
.. plat thw as n
Plat Book r" at -
be publji :'...'
. I lorida;
ami you are ret aired ti !: an-
- kftr with i.'.i llerk ol thi
Cunt of Dade County, Hloi at thi
i. in house in Mia- ; Floridi on or
June iy. 196 and seiv a
copy of such answer upon DAVID P.
CATSMAN, Plaintiff a attorney, whoae
addreaa is nth Floor at liii East
Flakier street. Miami 82, Florida, on
.il >.iid date, aa required by
tne Laws of Florida. If you fall to
do SO, the complaint will be taken
as confessed by you and a Decieo
Pro Confesso will be enteini against
you for the relief demanded in th
cum paint.
DATED this 9th day of May. 1961.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court Dole County Florida
(seal) By: E. H. LANWAY
Deput) Clerk
DAVID 1' '' VI BMAN
14th F.oor at 101 E. F.aglt r St,
Miami 82, Florida
5/12- I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FCR CADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV
Nc. 61C 4906
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FCR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 1E13
EDWARD L. MORAN,
i lalntlff,
\ R
,NNKM FREELAND MORAN,
I fi : ant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< JOANNE M FREELAND MORAX
ant Street
i ..r. i Ven nt
y are hen that a BI
DIvorCI been
:.. -" aw re-
serv< of yi '.ir Answi i
or Pleading ihi II of Con
n : te ail I fl \IV rneys, RICH-
Mi 'Nl ^.- FARBER Lin oln Road
: Ml 1 Florida
) Answi r or Pli ad
flci Clerk of the <
, the 12th di > i I
ti do si Judtr-
m nt by default I bi taki n against
demanded In the
Bill ol lint.
This notlci Bhall b< published once
each week for foui consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH Fl ORID1 \N
1'iiNE ANT' (H11>EKEI at Miami.
I lorida, this i*th day of May, A D.
191 :
E. F LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dadt County, Florida
(seal) By: R. H KICK. JR..
Dei'uty Clerk
:., i:'-i9-26. ti'2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52576-A
IX RE Eatate of
LOUISE BONNORONT
i ii cean d,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Clalmc ; Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Yi .ii an h< reby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tin es-
tati ol LOUISE BONNORONT de-
ceased late of San Diego County,
California, ti the County Judges ol
l'ade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dadi i >. Florida, within eight
i ndar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will bi barred
BLE \N< RE i KUL1EKE
k ol Estate of
. -:.' nt 'i.e. aaed,
MAURER, MAURER & MATHER
Attorni j b I I ix 22"
Ft. La le t all I ...
t 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TRCITT'S MARKET at 10886 N.E. 6th
v.. .. Miami, Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court Of Dade County.
Florida
ERNEST A. TRCITT
E5DWARD II TERRY
Attoim J for Buyi r
5/12-19-26, /2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62861 B-Dow ling
IX RE: Estate of
MARGARET CHCTOR KRISAN
a/k/a MARGARET CHl'TOR KRISOX
1 ', ci -i d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditori and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami de-
mands Which vou may have against
thi -Ma;, of MARC.ARET CIU'P'K
KRIbAX ., li a MARGARET <'!ir-
i. KRISt X dt asi I lat< nf Dade
Florida the C inty Judgi -
. e ...:. sami In
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NCTCE CF AFFL'CATION FOR
TAX CEED
File N( ;2-,64
N given thai Xal I i
lei w .- .. : as nssignei ol
City : Mil Ta \ s le Certll
S en the 2nd da; r>l
mi k.l 58. has filed said Ci til
cate ii
ti Issue tin :.
law s.,:.i Cer\ I
:. braci iving desi
i.r, perty, -
-wit
Lot I Less E St. Royal
Gardi I ...'. Book '. Page
71, thi 1 Miami, Count) i I
1 ladi Stati ol Fl
The a6seesmi i I ol said property ur-
der th, Ci Issued was in the
n.im. of Unknown. L'nleas said Cer-
tlficati shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will isaue thereon
on the 14th day of June. A.D. 1961.
Dated thie Bth day of May, a.D.
1961.
E. B LEATHERMAN, clerk of
Circuit Court, Dade County, Hoi Ida
(seal) Hy: li M I.EEPER.
Deputy cierk
5 12-19-26, i 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tn engage ill
business urni' r the fictitious name of
AIR-FLU DOORS OF KI/UUHA at
8299 N.W. 7th Street intends to reg-
ister Bald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Couit Of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM STURMAN
Sole owner
I 28, 5 T.-12-19
NOTiCE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage in
i undei the fictitious name of
CHRISTOPHER'S TRAVEL
GITL1 ..: Dade County Intends' to
reg Bti sail name with the Clerk of
thi dt Ci urt of Dade County,
Florl
,M IRLEN WEBEB
:, 5-12-16,-26
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW '
N TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.-_.... di I in- ti igage in
er thi fictlt lous name of
i VK ENTERPRISES at
N W l*lst Street, Opa-locka,
i -... ntei to register said name
. of the Circuit Court of
i Ida.
M U.YIN l>. FABER l :t
sTAM.KY FABER 1 3
XORMAN 1. FABER 1 3
PAUL K V\ iTNKY of
Berki .-. K witm y, Attys.
Atti no j ii r Applicant
420 Lli ti Road
IS 5-12-19.-26
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaigned, desiring to engagt In
business iinde' t'n fictitious name of
TELLS 'RIGIX VLS at 1281 Bla-
caym Boulevard, Miami. Fla., Intends
to registei said nam< with the Clerk
nf tin Cli lit Court of Dade Counts.
Florida.
TELL'S I El ARTMENT STORE, INC.
Ti lent
Mi I i' -Tn
BERNSTEIN & M ER
Attorni :
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\ -HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE CCLNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Nc. fi262?-A
IX RE Eat .:
> NNA HOP1 SIVII
LSI
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
t All Credit i All l -' : -
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Bi ston
] have just had my last class I r the year at Brandeis University, it
was a d ussi n with the udents on education in Americ i. They did
well. Their comments were perceptive and searching, We ti ked ;
ihe chanc< s of developing in America not an aristocracy ol birth or pnvi-
h ge, of class "v wealth, hut a natural aristocracy of character and ability
which will cany the burden 1 creativeness and greal decisions in the
d< cades ahead.
What haunted me through the whole discussion was th
\V H. Auden put :t in a:: earlier period, that I was "lecturing
lion whili I sh p was i We lave .1 sp< dup in :he lime
il< for effective action beyond anything dreamt Given
Ihe deadly pr neration 1
, hree or fivi years lh< ti ne span for nai
i. ati survival and world peace is growing alarminglj sh rl
- facts ibout American education todaj is thai
ferment eat educational thinker has arisei [1
I -. .'V did for his. Perhaps the r 1 1 y be fou
1 : time scale. We know that education v irks -.
; period. so know that whatever we must do t< .
to be don< swiftly. Hence. bowevf r ...
< Ives into re-thinking and re-building the educal 1 I system
1 ij a nerv< us sid< w glance t<> see whether the angel :
i> catching up with us. This is not an ideal frame within
creative thinker .? likely to develop.
AS FCR MYSELF, l 1 0 n< 1 abandon even an inch of my com
America will save itsell as a civilization only by what happei in
the life ot the mind. The real question is whether the nec< nges
in the American mind will have to await the results ol 'he creep:;;,:, pace
of emotional change. My own hunch is that the change* will come too
slowly to decide the tide of world events, although not too slowly to back
up new directions that have bciuin l'rom other sources.
Thus while education can be counted on to do the long-range job ot
entrenching a new America and a new world, it cannot be counted on
lor the >hort-range job of shaping the necessary innovations in bot^..
*> & a
IS THIS A PESSMIST VIEW? I suppose that many educational
thinkers will say it is. But I don't mean it to be. Americans have a
curious way of relying on education as a standby tor resolving almost
every knotty problem. It absolves them lrom doing something drastical-
ly -harp in the here and now. since they can always rely on something
comfortably slow in the generations ahead.
My own hope lies in extracting a new outlook from what level of
knowledge and intelligence we have in the here and now. I have noticed
in my classes all year that our reading and talk about educational change
has been focused on the young alone, in elementary, secondary, and
higher education. In my last class I voiced a protest.
I told my students *at. despite my advanced age. I existed too as a
datum for educationand so do my contemporaries. I told them that the
hope for my generation is not so much that we will learn more, but that
we will rework our past experience and get new insights from it. Which
of us at whatever age. is immune from the sudden and almost blinding
levelation. from whatever source it may come, which gives us the sense
of new resources that have been released within us? This may range all
the way from a sober reassessment of who we are and what we are cap-
able of, to an electric sense of being twice-born.
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YOU WILL FIND this sense ot reassessment and rediscovery in the
biography of every notable figure in the history of human thought and
action. But you will also find it in the history of every great civilization,
especially in its crisis periods. Do we find it in ours today?
1 don"t find it thus far, although there are glimmers Of it. One of
the troubles is that we -tick -o narrowly to our accustomed vested Intel-
lectual habits We seem to expect th.it we will meet and overcome the
Communist grand design for the world by mediocrity-as-usual in busi-
ness, government, the big media, diplomacy, the universities and the
dimensions of daily living. We elso think we will meet the threat ol the
missile spiral by the same mediocrity ol habit.
T.ike tin reaction to the Cuban misadventure as an instance There
are many things to be said about the basic blunder. But when one of the
mnists summed up his autopsy by saying thai America had acted
'.ut oj character." and that therefore the whole business had failed he
illustrated superbly the very weakness I am trying to describe.
has acted "in character" repeatedly over the whole pat
al decade ol inertia, inaction, and retreat. It has acted ";n charac-
ter time alter time, when what was required was bold insight and sub-
about the world political war and all it could offer was arms aid
arms alliance- Alas, the trouble m Cuba was again thatin this
America acted all too much in character. What we need 1- some
action OUl of character.
I mean it in the sense Of the need for Americans, leaders and people
alike, to stretch themselves to great new enterprises, to soak themselves
in the unaccustomed modes of political and ideological warfare, to dare
greatly in a world where the timid civilization will inherit onlv the grave
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. was a 90th birthday for Rose Hannah (Mrs. Herman) Ber-
|tan recently, and in honor of the special occasion Mrs. William
ue jojnu
stiviues wun iQnumeraDie pictures in living c After the
'on. the guest of honor, the hostess and the lavishly decor-
rthday cake proceeded to the Home for t. V.ed so that
\ tl TC C uld share in the excitement of the daj Giles's
the Allison included Mesdames M. Max Frie Adrian Thai.
I. Milhauser. E. S. Rothschild. Harold Shapiro. R. S. Isaacs.
i: Arrow, H 'I Waldburg, Isaac Levin an Frances
Lickerman .
rther s ir '. celebration was the One, S! it South-
st J) ish Cer er last Friday night hosted by Mr Irs Abra-
"... dnian of 6255 SVV 23 st.. in hoivr of promo-
... He is now Col. Herbert Waldman, L'SAF ... Wu Col
,. preseti Ij itioncd at the Pentagon in Wash r.gl n, l!'..
Jl ,es in Silver Spring, Md., with his wife and : [sters, June
i .
en lent for still another happ? i w is the
'.m ii".- i sa room ol the Eden .... Thurs-
foi soon-to-l wedded Nancy Schonfeld and Bennett Buddy)
, .._ U..........< ..* mini ..rwl nnnin *U .... I .. .. J...... ti,-.^'n
i ,ii ita, .in. ctuii mis. nuu.i it
Geoi [gs .and another aunt, Mrs '. Schonfeld
?up so congenial that the eiftning arted at
7 with ocl tasted through dinner until 11 Che young
( >upl< ..11 be married in September.
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idaze: It's a boy. Stephen David, for the G ildbergs,
7711 SW 19 st. Cantor Herman Gottlieb officiated at the
. : 7 Guests included the proud grandparents, Mr. and
- I manuel Gol Iberg, here from New York, and Heyman and
t. ah esnick, i Miami Also Dr. and Mrs. Irving Stemmerntan
and the Alvin Weinsteins ... Not to omit baby sister, Lynne Ann.
i I months ...
And it's twin daughtres. Laura and Julie, for Mr. and Mrs.
David Jay Van Tosh New mother is the former Carla Granat,
daughter of proud grandparents. Gilbert and Roland Granat, of
1137 N Biscayne pt. rd. Brand new aunt. Pep:, finishing her
t lird year at the University of Miami medical school, coaching
sister on the professional manner of handling twins Oh.
yes. the little girls have two more aunts in mothers family.
When the phone call for which Mrs. Dorothy S'.one had been
waiting for three years finally came, she scooped up daughter.
Doris, and her own twin sister. Doris (Mrs. Nat) Kempner. and
rushed ff to San Francisco to meet son Edward, who had just ar-
rived from Okinawa and was being discharged from the Marines
his three-year stint The trip back was a sight-seeing
dream Disneyiand (tried every ride). Los Angeles, San Diego.
over to Ttaiuana and on to Mexico where the only thing they
missed was a bull fight Next stop. Las Vegas, where they tried
luck without too much damage to themselves jr to Las Vegas
. Then New Orleans and Tucson, where the tted them-
selves in Western-style clothes and are now waiting for the proper
t me to wear them Another item they haven't had much use
for yet are the chop sticks they brought back fro::i San Francisco.

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Mrs. Mel Richard, attending a state convention of Optimists
International in Tampa recently as a delegate of the Miami Beach
Opti-Mrs., won first prize for the daffiest chapeau of the afternoon
"Mad Hatters" luncheon there .
\ Jay Setlaw, an executive with Moore's, won an accolade
Florida Architecture's June issue for the beautiful interiors he
[ned for a home in Ft. Lauderdale ...
The Robert S ladman) Hurwitzes. 6380 SW 63 "jr.. are play-
ing hos1 to Jorge and Lupe Bukevsky. of Quito. Ecuador The
men met at the i liversity of Florida in 1950. when Jorge was an
change student there, and this is their first reunion The
1 cevskys plan to remain here until June 6 a a pretty
>od chance ot ;ak:;;g the Hurwities back to Quito mv a visit with
i lem when they leave.
*
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r visitors in our midst are Rabbi Artnur Schneier. of
i'nai .Lcob Congregation, Brooklyn, his wife, a::1 son Marc .
e's the former Donna Makovsky here to attend her brother
Tandy's Bar Mitzvah on Saturday He's the son of Dr. and Mrs.
win Makovsky. and the occasion has also brought Dr. and Mrs.
ivid Kuris (she's Mrs. M.'s sister from California, the doctors
ther. Rev. Herman and Mrs. Makovsky. bis sisters and hus-
md, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koshner and Mrs. Selma Blum, and the
itemal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis GersLbock, all cf St.
Felicitations to Lois, 12-vear-old daughter of the Earl Pertnoys.
0 ( herokee ave.. who was named valedictorian ot temple
nanu El religious school.
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Dr. and Mrs. Lester (Sarah) Stepner left last Wednesday for
a trip north First stop will be the Waldort-Astona in Man-
hattan and a testimonial dinner inaugurating the Bermutz Home
f'r Retarded Children in honor of their long-time friend, in whose
I'onor a S2Vi million foundation has been set up From there
will go to Syracuse to pick up daughter Barbara finishing
her freshman year at the university And then OtttoTMonto,
Canada, for an analytical convention On the return swing,
there will be a longer stop in Gotham Town for a visit with farm y
and friends, lots of play-going, and back to Miami Baach late in
June.
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Miss Edna Zimmerman and Dr. Reuben Efron wilt be married
Sunday in the Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roc with luncheon fol-
k'WvhidCaenIdnjnth Kaplan, on their honeymoon in Mexico drop
a card to say 'Never been happier." which is as it should be .
Further traveling will take them to Cuernavaca and Acapulco .
Ruth Brotmar. left early this week (or Montreal, but on the
v will stop off in her home town. PbU^delpWa, to Wstt with
live/, and then in New York to make plans for the coming
cert season.
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' "dTewislbi Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 26. 1961
Section .8
Four reelected presidents of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital cheerfully serve the
two newest members of their "presidents'
council" during the annual joint installation
luncheon held last Thursday at the Deauville.
The two new presidents (seated left to right)
are Mrs. Jay Simons, of Broward chapter, and
Mrs. Wolfie Cohen, cf Miami Beach group.
Serving them (left to right) are Mesdames Sol
Goldberg, North Dade; Philip Bendell, Miami;
Ben Smith .South Dade; and Roger Grant,
Flamingo. The six chapters work throughout
the veer to raise funds for Miami's own Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital.
Mrs. Weiss
Takes Club Helm""
Mrs Hewitt Weiss accepted the
of t h e Eleanor Roost
chapter, B'nai B'rith, on Wednes-
day evening at the Pan-Air Recre
ation Center, with Mrs. Oral i
Soltz, president. B'nai B'rith Worn
en District 5, Installing officer.
Mrs. Alvin Weinstein is new cor-
responding secretary.
Following the ceremony. Gei-
sha," a Japanese revue, written by
Mr- Lester Fredel, was presented,
3) members dressed in il i
ktmenas participating in the -
; nces
Same group per: irmed in the
Thursday, M ly 18. for the
i le '. Age Clubs of the Miami
Jewish Community (.'enter.
Mrs. Elise A. Adams and Mrs. Mac Gache were honored at
a tribute luncheon by the board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital for their philanthropy and community activities. Beih
are double Founders of Mt. Sinai Hospital, each having con-
tributed SI00.000. They are shown during the luncheon with
J. Gerald Lewis, president of the hospital.
Ray of Hope Unit Installs Officers
Mrs. Alan Jay was installed for
her second term as president of
Ray of Hope chapter, Jewish Na-
tional Home for Asthmatic Child-
ren, at a cocktail party Saturday
at the Sherry Frontenac hotel.
Ceremony was conducted by Mrs.
Irving Miller, and other new offi-
cers include Mesdames:
Ronald Shayne. Irving Saxenhaus,
and Joseph Zipper, vice presidents;
recording secretary, Morton Zigel-
shy; treasurer. Alfred Perl; corre-
sponding secretary, Edward Mark-
off; financial secretary, Marvin
Solomon: and installation chairman.
Gerald Friedman.
Proceeds from projects and af-
fairs help pay for care and tre^f-
ment of asthmatic children and
research into all allergies.
Mrs. Irving Saxenhaus will be in
charge of program for the coming
year.
Memorial Services Held
Memorial services were to be
held Thursday night after a brief
meeting of the Pythian Sisters at
Temple 43, 1828 alton rd. A memo-
rial plaque was to be dedicated
Offlcl the ceremon) was to
be past chief Mrs. Celia Freed, di-
rector of work for the Temple.
Beach Women
Get Cif critons
Miami Beach Opti-Mrs. attended
the siate convention of Optimists
Inl irnational of the Fourth Dis-
tri in Tampa at the Hillsbor.)
on May 10 to 13.
Delegates were Mesdames M il
Richard president. Emanuel Gol I
stritch. Lysle Fesler, Sam Hirsch,
Sydney Levine. Murray Glide
Jack Low. Hal Myers, and Arthur
Liebowltz.
Group sponsored the following
resolution: that Opti-Mrs. of thd
f lurth district of the State of Flori-
da will send letters to the president
of the National Assn. of Broadcas-
ters, former Governor Leroy Col-
lins, to curb television programs
that feature terrorism and brutali-
ties.
Miami Beach upti-atrs. "as hon-
ored with a special plaque for w irk
in the care of emotionally disturbed
children, received honorable
tion r an I an a
for tnci ised membership.
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JenitfFtor''n
Friday, May 26, 195.
Cooking
Corner
Belim
A visitor recently remarked that
it is worthwhile to make yeast
breads at home just for the won-
derful odors that fill the hcuse.
True enough, but the eating of the
huad is a delight which more than
offsets the time it takes to make
it. Yeast breads, contrary to gen-
eral thought, are not at all difficult
to make. While the total hours re-
quired may seem long, the actual
minutes of work are few. Most of
the time the bread is happily ris-
ing, while the baker go*s about
her other duties. In addition, such
unusual varieties may be made
that even sandwich meals take on
a new interest. Different combin-
ations of herbs give a completely
new taste to the same basic recipe
Even when no salt is used, these
breads are delicious. Here are a
few suggested combinations:
1. 2 parts sage leaves to 1 part
ground nutmeg
2. f-i teaspoons savory, to Mj
teaspoon minced parsley, and
\\ teaspoon thyme.
3. 1 tablespoon anise or fennel
seed in place of both herbs and
the seeds suggested in the re-
cipes. When powdered in a
blender, fennel seeds are even
better.
HERBED WHITE BREAD
1 package active dry yeast
'4 cup warm water
''i cup scalded milk
2 tablespoons sugar
IMj teaspoons salt
(may be omitted)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 well-beaten egg
lli> teaspoons mixed herbs
(see suggestions/
2 teaspoons celery or
caraway seeds
3 to 8Vi cups sifted all-purpose
flour
Sprinkle the yeast over the warm
water, stir to dissolve. Combine
the milk, sugar, salt (if used), and
vegetable oil. Cool to lukewarm.
Add the yeast, egg, seeds, herbs,
and 2 cups of the flour. Beat
thoroughly. Add enough of the re-
maining flour to make a soft
dough. Knead on a lightly floured
hoard about 10 minutes, until elas-
tic and satiny. Place the dough in
an oiled bow!, then turn it com-
pletely over, 'o oil the entire sur-
face. Cover the dcugh with waxed
paper, ar.d the bowl with a tea
towel. Let rise at 85 dea. F. about
IK- hours until the dough has
doubled ::i bulk. Punch down,
cover again, and let rise for 15
minutes. Shape into a loaf and'
place in an oiled 10x5'jx3-inch
loaf pan. Brush the surface light
ly with oil, cover with waxed
I paper and the towel, and let rise
' at 85 degs. F. until double in bulk,
about one hour. Bake at 375 degs.
F. about 45 minutes, until well \
, browned. Tilt the loaf out of the
j pan and tap the bottom. If it
sounds slightly hollow, the bread
I is done. Remove from the pan I
: and cool on a rack. For a soft!
crust, wrap the loaf in waxed |
paper before cooling.
HERBED
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
V4 cup warm water
1 package active dry yea^t
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
(may be omitted)
1V4 cups warm milk
1 well-beaten egg
2'j teaspoons mixed herbs
(see suggestions)
2 teaspoons celery or
caraway seeds
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 cups whole wheat flour
About 3 cups sifted all-purpose
flour
Put the water in a large bowl,
sprinkle the yeast and sugar over
it. and stir to blend. Let stand for
5 minutes. Add salt (if used),
milk, egg, herbs and seeds, oil.
and the whole wheat flour. Beat
for 5 minutes. An electric beater
may be used at medium speed.
i Gradually stir in enough all-pur-
pose flour to make a soft dough.
Knead on a lightly floured board
for about 10 minutes, until satiny
and elastic. Place in an oiled
bowl, turn over, cover with waxed
paper, and cover the bowl with a
I tea towel. Let rise at 85 degs. F
until double, about one hour.
New York Exec
To Speak Monday
Mrs Arthur Rubel. ol New Vork
Citj national consultant for inte-
grated activities of Hadassah. will
be guest weaker al the Miami
chapter of Hadassah 'inspiration
Day" on Monday at Temple Judea.
Board members from nine ol the
Miami group.- are expected to at-
tend Ihe day-long capsule confer-
ence to learn techniques and ideas
concerning fund-raising, member
ship, program, education, and prac-
tical assistance in meeting prob-
lems.
The morning will be given over
to simultaneous workshops, and
Mr>. Rubel will address the com
bined assembly in the afternoon.
Mrs. Bubel has appeared before
Hadassah audiences in lt> state-.
and has also spoken to audiences
in Shanghai. Copenhagen. London
and Mexico City. She has visited
Israel several times.
Mrs. Rubel is also widely-known
as a writer of musical skits, which
have been produced in cities trom
coast to coast. Chairman of the
day is Mrs Henry Oilman. Arrange-
ments chairman is Mrs. Harry
Dushkin. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe Is
president ol the Miami chapter.
MM. ARTHUR RUBEL
Women Bowlers
Slate Luncheon
Coral Way Jewish Center Sister-
hood Bowling League will hold its
second annual awards luncheon
Sunday noon at the Seville hotel.
Trophies and awards will be giv-
en to most improved bowler, high
handicap game and high handicap
set. and to first and second place
team sponsors. Joe Hammer Bond-
ing Agency and Bird Road Kiddie
Haven.
Officers are president. Mrs
Charles Leventhal; Vice president.
Mrs. Robert Kemper; secretary.
Mrs William Seidman: and treas
urer. Mrs Albert Rosen.
Academy PTA
Closes Season
Mrs Alexander Kogan. organizer
and first PTA president of the He-
brew.Academy. was to host a des-
sert luncheon for the final meeting
of the school term on Thursday
noon in her home at 3722 Royal
Palm ave
Mrs Jack Buchsbaum. president,
said that the program for the past
year will be evaluated and plans
for the new term discussed.
Mrs. Nathan Spieglman. nominat-
ing committee, was to present the
new slate of officers. Reports
were to be heard from Mrs. Tobias
Simon, library; Mrs Leonard Ro-
sen, dining room; Mrs. Gerald
Greenberg. gift shop: and Mrs
Theodore Nelson, room mothers
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal, was to speak on the new Acade-
my building to be erected this sum-
mer at 24 st. and Pine Tree dr.
Local Officers
Attend Confab
Mrs. C. C. Clifton and Mrs c
M. Perry, president and vice pJ
dentOf the Dade County c3
^fr-m's.weredele-at^toth^
nual convention of thp v. I
Congress of Parent! ]**
in Kansas City, Mo, May 2l tl) J
Keynote of the convention J
-The Image of America B,
the Home."
Mrs. Clifford N. Jenkins, ol
lvn Heights. N.y ....,, etecM 1
succeed Mrs. James C. Park
Grand Rapids. Mich who J
served as president since 1358
Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot li
Punch down, turn over again, and
let rise once more until double,
about 30 minutes. Place on a
board and let rest for 10 minutes.
Shape into 2 small loaves and
place in oiled 9x5x3-inch pans. Oil
the surface lightly, cover with wax-
ed paper and put the tea towel
over the pans. Let rise again until
double in bulk Bake at 375 degs
F. about 40 minutes, until nicer}
browned. Remove from the pan
and oil the tops ot the loaves.
Wrap in waxed paper anil cool en
racks.
Tifereth Israel Award Dinner
Tifereth Israel Congregation's
awards dinner will be Sunday at
6:00 p.m.
If you like
KREPLACH
whether weight-watcher
or gourmet... Oze/d~nJU7UJ)
is for you!
It's surprisingly l.ow fn ca'owns... and its flavor is EXQtrsrrE.
Healthful dzk.rt whip is ideal in milk-free diets...Contains
no milk or cream...It's made entirely of purest vegetable ingre*
dients.
dzest whip is most economical, too. It whips to over 3 times
III liquid volume, so a ^ quart carton gives you more than a
iu 11 quart of long-lasting, luscious whip.
mkrt whip is a joy to use and serve... It whips easily-and
stays whipped...No fuss. Nothing to add. Won't fall or turn
Watery as creams, mixes and other whips often do...Desserts
may be topped in the morning and served at night, still fluffy
and luscious flavored.
Try heavenly-flavored DZBRT whip today...Look for it in the
refrigerated case at your market, or ask your dairy route man
for it...Keep a carton handy in youx freezer.
Ravioli
IM SAUCE
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If your favorite market or
dairy man doesn't yet tarry
DZERT WHIP, phone .
da; : COUNTY
FRanklin 7 2552
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jAckson 4433!
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CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender
littlemacaron-p.es...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese, seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
^ er than the frozen kind. So
'""ch thriftier, too-costs only
about 15c per serving!
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
'?tfivft
Buy it sliced or in a big
tasty chunk today ft*
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes .. fof
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Swita*
land!
Ta'am
of 11
Switzerland!


friday. May 26, 1961
+Jewisti fk>rafiaun
Page 3-B
[Annual insallation of officers of the Albert Ein-
lElein group of the Miami chapter of Hadas-
kch was held May 15 at Hurricane Harbor
ILcunge, North Miami. Seated (left to right)
3ie Mrs. Norman Chasin, outgoing president;
[Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, installing officer;
[Mrs. Seymour Baron, incoming president.
iStcnding are Mrs. Philip Annis, installation
[chairman; Mrs. Gerald Taines, fund-raising
[vice president; Mrs. Coleman Rosenfield, mem-
bership secretary; Mrs. Louis Kantor, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Allen Voluck, executive
vice president; Mrs. Irving Wilson, member-
ship vice president; Mrs. I. J. Gold, correspon-
ding secretary; Mrs. Seymour Sherman, edu-
cation vice president. Not present are Mrs.
Sol Goldie, treasurer; Mrs. Harvey Sherman,
program vice president; Mrs. Henry Kurtz-
man, recording secretary.
icademy Women to Install Officers;
l4rs. Shapiro Takes Helm Third Time
Mrs Joseph Shapiro will be m-
kldled president of the Hebrew
|A a Vmy Women for her third con-
scutive term on Wednesday noon
^ a carden spring luncheon at the
>me ol Mrs. Leonard Rosen. 10010
Eroadview dr.. Bay Harbor Is-
2nd. Mrs. Zvi Berger is installa-
|on chairman.
Kabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
al of the Hebrew Academy, will
^lso install the following.
i \ '. 8. Anilron and
i v i.ii'irn.v. it/., honoi -.i v life ii e -
IrniK Irving Flrtel, honorary pra-
iiiel Relnhard, h life
;'i-i'!.n!; Alexander s. ciroMs,
.-> \ i< t- president; Jnn*>j>h K.
1< \. honoi ai s life tr< aurer;
klllli r honorary 11* avurer
Me.>(iumea Zvl Herger, Jack Btlchs-
~''.i.uiii Dearr Leonard Rosen,
H. Roaeithouse, Nathan H. Spel-
iMidore Hpolter, Abraham
ii ml ]-. v ii?- presidents.
. mi s Oharli n Bngln, I : orge
mrnel, Abraham Shapiro, Jacob
..;/. Samuel (tai-ber, Henrj (Jroudan,
! i uer, Jonah E, < 'apian, Han-
' "i hn, Abe Hnffenbei g, i 'onn e
HPP. Sue Herman, Max Mandell,
i Bl< in nf< M. : nil l^ouls t'lnjent,
i i .onis \ Bunfm, reg -
and Harrj Kaplan, paiiiamen-
riusteesa Mesdames Hai r> Henet,
Alexander Koran, Rainuel Cohen,
rauline Orundweig-, Louis Sussman
|J -lui-- Makovaky, Harah 0 Budlow,
Bam Kucha, and K leda Koch.
Hoard of directors are Mesdames
li.i i> Altschuler, Moses Babouri, Ar-
Ithnr Be of man, Anne Bei-kowlta, Mur-
Murray Deblingrer, 1 Dli-kman, Mor-
ris Dnbler, Herman KIsenbeiK, I B.
Kiaenateln, William Kbit, Maurice
h'aske, Kose fields, K. M. Plnkel, and
Isidon HYIedman.
Also. Mesdames Charles' Rruehtman,
lack (lemon, Charles Oertler, Henry
< wiiz. Beitj lilnKlxx, Maurice li
Qoldilng1, William Goldstein, Herald
Oreenbent, Max Cutmann, Lena (Jut-
stein, Rmauuel Karser, Rachel KatJ!
Rose Kes-.r. .Iiilins Kletsk Kerrja-
min Kornrelvn, Kugene Ijibovilz,
Aaron s l.ninr. Kannb l.tt-bman,
Marvin Mpman, Rose Lobel, Cam
.Mason. Alexander Moskovits, Rose
Nathan, Henry Penchansk.\, Louis
Pollack, \lberl Rakoff, Henr> Rein-
hard, I.-" Relnhard, I5dward Snyder
Also, Mesdames Maurice lievitz.
Bllas Roach, Julius Roaensteln, Br-
ni si Kosett, Abraham Rudy, Joseph
Sahal. Rachel Sakowlts, II ) man
Sandier, Jacob Schoenfeld, Abraham
Belt, Manx Sellgman, Sam Shapiro,
Max Silvei'berg, Tobias Simon, Saul
Solomon Siiln- > Solomon, Uerabl
Soli/.. Samuel Speert, A. Stahl, Tlboi
Stern, Jack Spats, Jerry Sussman,
Israel Teltch, Philip Weiss, Rose
Weiss, Ida Weasel, Sj ix la Zem< I,
Preil Zlsqult, Matthew Zuckerman.
The luncheon will bring to a
close the activities of the women's
oiganization on behalf of the
school's souvenir journal. Mrs
Jack Gerson is chairman of the
journal committee.
MRS. JOSEPH SHAPIRO
raj Berkowlts, Morris Blenenfeld, B
I. Bind< i, Ado:pn Blank, Robei i
Bloch, Al Block, Pannye Bridge, 'ins-
si.- Carp, Paul|ne '"bin. Jnck Ciment.
Allan Cohen, Jos|">i Cohen, Morris
Cohen, sarah CsecB, Beulah Davis,
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Frank Campaigns
For Reelection
Bernard A. Frank. Miami Beach
councilman currently seeking re-
election in the June 6 election, is
campaigning for the post he has
occupied continuously since 1951.
A native Miamian and a grad-
uate of both Miami Beach High
School and the University of Mi-
ami law school. Frank has served
as municipal judge and council-
man for 13 years.
His supporters indicated this
week that many community
leaders have joined the Frank
campaign, including Sidney Ru-
binowitz, president of the Miami
Beach Apartment Assn.; former
Miami Beach Mayors Harold
Turk and Herbert A. Frink, and
County Commissioner Alexander
Gordon.
Frank has received numerous
awards for community leadership
and good government, including
plaques from the Miami Beach
President's Council, the Parent
Teachers Assn. Service to Youth
Award, Hebrew Academy Award
for Community Enhancement, and
the Democratic Club Award for
Outstanding Contributions to Mi-
I ami Beach, as well as the Junior
Chamber of Commerce Award for
; Good Government.
Frank is a member of the Tem-
ple Beth Jacob and Temple Men-
orah congregations.
In 1956. he married well-known1
singer Marion Colby, and they live
on Miami Beach.
summer
lighting
BAMBOO LITE. gay.
festive cendie vase
surrounded with
tropical bamboo fixture
ycu ccn hang
in your
Florida room
cr patio!
JP Arrange with
a clinging vines
ior on exotic
eiiect! 1.98 '
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LITE, new
lighting for
indoors and
outdoors!
4" bauble
:nay be
hung in
trees, float
in a pool or
suspend on
a cord! With
candle 1.00

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CANDLE.
king size 7"
high in tear
crop vase
with netting
encrusted in
the glass!
Burns for
100 hours
indoors or
out! Terrific
for patio,
picnics and
all out-door
living 1.98
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NCCJ Plans Program Clinic For Chairmen
Actress Molly Picon, starling in Coconut Grove's "A Ma-
jority of One," and her husband, Jacob Kalish, writer, direc-
tor and producer of many oi his wife's stage successes, ad-
mire a Li:e Guardian pledge ior S300 for Cedars of Lebai
pital, shown to them b\ Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Kay rig]
oi Ley Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Kalish were guests o: he
c Cedars of Lebanon Hospital cocktail party in the Kay home
Sunday. Kay is one of the developers of Westbrooke Coun-
try Club.
Dzert Whip Fluffy and Flavor?d
But Way Low in Calories
There-* something new in the
markets this week that should be
welcomed by every homemakcr
who takes pride in what she serves
and likes to "dress up* and im-
prove the flavor and texture of
Cesserts and fruit dishes with an
txquisite whipping or filling.
It's a low-calorie product called
Dzert Whip, and it has a number
of interesting qualities. It's de-
scribed as "even better than fresh
whipping cream." and yet surpris-
ingly contains no milk products
whatever, being made entirely of
vegetable ingredients.
As dinner guests or members of
T^ MORE PEOPLE USE
refreshing, calorie-free
SWIETEI THAN SUGAS
YET NO FOOD VALUE
Recommended by doctors (
i diabetics. ovHweights nd k> cal-
orie diets. Use lor beverages,
JT V desserts, cooking. Pure Com
"fgTKTfJ *' P)""i' ""mless. 4 u. 7S
SUHRANTUO NON FUTTEMINe
AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE
the family will d:sco\r. Dzert
Whip has a heavenly flavor and
texture. What the homemakcr will
appreciate most about it. however,
are its many unique and practical
qualities.
First of all. Dzert Whip is easy
: to use. There's no fuss, nothing
to add. nothing to mix. It whips
easily and stays whipped. Desserts
can be prepared in the morning
[ and served at night, still fluffy
and full-flavored. This saves last-
minute bother and disappoint-
ments that often occur with cream
and other whips.
Dzert Whip is most economical.
jit's reasonably priced, lasts longer
than other whips and goes further.
a 1 3 quart carton giving over a
full quart of long-iasting whip.
There's another economy point
hat homemakers will recognize.
There's no waste. You can use as
much as you need, then refriger-
. ate or freeze the rest. The fact
that Dzert Whip will keep indefin-
itely in a freezer suggests that it
would be most practical to keep
an extra carton in storage for
use when dinner is prepared for
I guests on short notice.
Although Dzert Whip is now
available for the first time in mar-
Mrs Marie Enterltne. Mrs I
lyn McCaffrey and Mrs. Anna Bren-
,.,- Meyers, co-chairmen ol n
Women's Division of the Nati
Conference ol Christians and Jews.
have announced that a third annual
ram clinic .or club presi
and program chairmen o Dade
countv organizations will be pre-
-ented on Wednesday, 10 a.m in
Jordan Marsh Auditorium. Mrs
Meyers will preside.
The program will begin with reg-
istration followed by coffee and
social.
Max Karl, regional director ol
the National Conference ol Christ-
ians and Jews, will give a briel
presentatii n on public speaking
principles i r club presi !< Ms and
officers, i n itle I "Trippinglj on the
rongui
Mrs, A iron 1

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do v I i
. n i ..:. I Resolui I
lizenshi;
Registrar r, ice of J! i : -:
of couct as well as a | rogram kit.
contaii information presented
durin it n gram, :r. ad lition a
directory o! program resources in
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A TRADITION IN
JEWISH HOMES
SINCE 1837
Served in a glass or a cup...
There's Yom Tov spirit in this
famous tea ... "flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... richer taste and pleas-
ure with your fleisiiigs and
milchigs and between meal
refreshment.
TETLEY TEA
Ci rtificd Koshei under ttrict Rabbinical Supervision
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ASK FOR
*W*v
BAKERY PRODUCTS
AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET
RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL
CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC.
JE 1-7117
A. Hackney. H. Y KinartJ ',,,
lak. James M. :,,:,.-, v
Mehrtens, Evelyn McCaffe T
the community. Exhibits of human
relations program materials from
manj Dade county organizations
will be on display in the auditorium. Brenner Meyers. me,
Planning committee for the clinic
are Mesdames Henry Balaban. Da-
v-id L Bosworth. .1. B. Davidson,.
I p Davis. AaronTarr."Marie En-
terline, Robert Z. Greene, Joseph
1M
" augers. ..ames y -
Ray Peterson, i Pie] r;
Scars. John s< i ; (H *-
nv^ Milton S.rki: James S. S
mg, Julian W< ,,,, ^
kets or through dair> delivery-
men, it is actually not a new pro-
duct. It has been tested and used
with eminent success ior years h\
some of the nation's most cele-
brated pastry chefs. Id
Mocha Mix has been analyzed
by the R. G. B. Laboratories, of
Kansas City, Mo. According to
the laboratory report. "The .Mono
and di glycerides used are made
from a vegetable source and are
labeled 'Kosher*. The propylene
glycol monostearate has recently
been replaced with a glyceryl
menostearate which is also labeled
'Kosher.' Carrageenan is a sea-
weed extractive and is naturally
Koshi r
The
on the label
"Dromedary"
means
it's good!
Also enjoy
DROMEDARY 0RA||fif*ff ?0Lt
At grocer? eyery^
Mrs. Cohen Takes
Helm of Chapter
Mrs. Wolfie C Wii
president of the VI B,
ter of Nation;:! |ren's
Hospital at a
Deauville h<
tlj
n the
This will he !
president. S
ten years a
Other ofl
dames Ben S
Jack Dunn
Julius M Hi



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Dinner I
Holidays
and every day
K^
Kosher your
meat and
fowl with
Diamond
Crystal
Kosher
Salt!
SALADS***
MOND
UfSTAL
SALT
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Three generations of Jewish housewives have put Aaf
fullest ci c ;:1 this famous salt forpuritj I *
Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. N thertoo
coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash i ff.Pei
too, for all your seasoning. Today for your hoi I; cooking
and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX oi I -'01ld
Crystal Kosher Said
makes crispier salads
iSXSSBSto*.
( '' melts fast, wilts greens. Notsowitl
: r Salt. It's coarse. So itd.
on crisp greens. Then
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Build your reputation from Cook to Chef!
Do all your seasoning with
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KOSIIliRSALT
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lay. May 26. 1961
vJenisti tier Mian
Paqe 5-B
Receipts Will
Help Theatre
Acorns Civic Theatre will present
"The Torch-Bearers," opening
here Thursday, June 15, at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse.
The production will be directed
by Owen Phillips. Patsy Abbott
will donate her services as guest
star.
A portion of the receipts will go
tovarcl the Acorns' build ng fi rid
for a theatrical center in Miami
Beach by the fall ol 1961
ft to right are Brigitta Valberg and Brigitta Peterson, playing
: and daughter in Inqmar Bergman's "The Virgin
Spring," which opened Friday at Wometco's Mayfair and
Era 1 Art Theatres. The film won the Academy Award as
lest Foreign Film for 1960. "Don Quixote." a U.S.-U.S.3.R.
jltiual exchange film, will open at the Parkway on Friday.
IM Pop' Series to Open Here June 11;
ftght Conductors to Join Noted Soloists
1 '-. two pianists.
Kl two dancers from the New
rk City Ballet Company, will
ei.ht Rationally-known con-
itor: for the University of Mi-
ii Summer Symphony Orch-
li. llth annual Sunday eve-,
i "Pops" concert series June
to -,:iu 13 at Miami Beach
Iditorium.
rii- Summer Symphony Orch-
mposed of 62 professional
.-. will be directed by Ray-
jnd Paige, Hugo Fiorato. Franz
h Howard Barlow. Arthur
Bf. Switch Henderson. Arthur
fcdlei nd Fabien Scvitzky.
Leading the soloist star pa
ide June 11, with Radio City
lusic Hall conductor Raymond
"a'ar, are two vocalists, soprano
louis< Rabcin and tenor Val
lalertj. Miss Raboin, a Cana-
li.ir moved to Miami in 1952.
writ 'tr of the coveted "Jeanie"
iI she has appeared on ra-
Jic ."ci television and has sung
I' / U50 anJ Armed Forces
\ ,' repertoire ranges
Neapo in selections to
r aera arias, has toured the
I.S Cai He has appear-
a ( arnegie Hall with the NBC
B j and also before the
ti, i <.} :- of England. Bel
|iun. at Greece.
On .; ie 18 and 2o, two noted
I lists. Jacques D'Amboise
knd Patricia Wilde, will join New
fork l y Ballet music conductor
lugo Fiorato for two completely
liffereni ballet fares. D'Amboise,
fecei seen oa the Bell Tele-
phone Hour television spectacular
"Sounds of America," filmed at
)isneyland, has performed with
opolitan Opera and San
Francisco Ballet Company. Miss
Ailde has done extensive concert
Ivork and dancing as a guest with
nan} ol the country's leading sym-
Iphony o'chestras and also has tour-
led with :he Ballet Russe de Monte
[Carlo i:roughout Europe.
Two "Pops" favorites, pianist
Robert Mueller and conductor
IFranz Allan, of "My Fair Lady"
and t i.melot' fame, return to the
'"Pops" scene July 2 for an eve-
ning ol Broadway melodies and a
performance by Mueller of Grieg's
Piano Concerto Mueller's appear-
ance will be his third at the Pops.
Fred Cushman a Miami tenor,
is the SOlO -- vith f Undui tor How-
ard Barlow on Julv !> Since his
graduation from UM*s School of
Music in 1952, Cushman has sung
extensive') throughout the United
States and Cuba.
Soprano Wanda Saxon and bari-
tone Nolan Van Way share the
stage July 1> with conductor Ar-
thur Liel. Newcomers to the Mi-
ami Beach summer concert scene.
Lief and the two vocalists will of-
fer a popular program of music
written by Rodgers and Hammer-
stein. Jerome Kern and Sigmund
Romberg. Miss Saxcn and Mr.
Van Way are bcth products of the
Broadway stage.
Famed radio-TV conductor
Skitch Henderson mounts the
Pops podium next for two suc-
cessive weekend performances.
His first program July 23, en-
titled "The Turbuler.t Twenties,"
with music frcn the era of the
"Charleston," "Bur.ny Hug," and
"Black Bottom," features bari-
tone Stuart Fester, singing star
of C3S radio and television.
Soprano Jeanne Grant is Hen-
derson's soloist July 30 in a pro-
gram showcasing the music of
"The Fabulous Fifties.** Miss
('rant, a member of the New York
City Center Opera Company, has
sung leading roles in Broadway
productions of "Brigadoon." "The
i King and I." and "Damn Yan-
kees."
Arthur Fiedler is the guest con-
ductor Aug. 6. His program will be
announced later.
Closing out the summer season
Aug. 13 are L'M Symphony Orch-
estra conductor Fabien Sevitzky.
16-year-old pianist Michele Levin
I and Cuban soprano Maria Teresa
Carrillo. starring in an "All-Gersh-
I win Program." Miss Levin, a
scholarship student at Curtis In-
i stitute. has appeared with the
Boston Pops Orchestra and the
Philadelphia Orchestra in Chil-
dren's Concerts. Miss Carrillo is
a student of the late Elizabeth
Schuman. The young soprano has
appeared with the American Op-
era Society and in performances
throughout Cuba.
"Ice Frolics'
in Fourth Week
Now in its fourth week. Jack
Kelly's "Ice Frolics cf 1961" is
drawing more business to the Bal-
moral hotel's Embassy Supper
Club than any previous attraction
in its eight-year history.
For the entire family, the 75
minute production features the tal-
ents of former Sonia Henie Ice
Capades star Biil Knapp. "Yes
We Have No Bananas'' girls V.
ries James and Denice LaFlame.
renown puppeteer Vic Charles and
his cast ot clowns and dolls, sing-
ing vocalist I.e.- Stevens, skate
queen June IIae. comedian Johnny
Flanagan, and champagne lovely
Karen Olsen.
Two performances are presented
nightly at 9 and 11:30 p.m., with
an added twilight matinee at (i
p.m. on Sundays.
Pierre Mande String Quartet will be heard in a recital on
Saturday evening at the Miami Conservatory, 2973 Coral
Way. Group includes Mande, of 2485 Trapp ave., Coconut
Grove, a former student of world-renowned Jacgues Thibaud
and Nadia Boulanger, first violin; Rose Schneebalq, second
violin; Florence Gianville, viola; and Marilyn Samuels, cello.
Program will include Quartet in G, Haydn; and Andante from
the Vioiin Concerto in D, Wier.iav.--.ki, with solo by Mande.
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
On Wednesday. 11:30 am. Sis-
terhood of Tifereth Israel Congre-
gation will hold a luncheon and
card party.
5 PERFORMANCES ONLY!
THURSDAY, JUNE 15th
thru SUNDAY, JUNE ISfh!
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A Riotous Comedy in 3 Acts
by George Kelly
Directed by OWEN PHILLIPS
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Friday, Ma
"rom left to right are Mrs. Louis Cole, outgoing president of
?he Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, Judge
Irving Cypen, president of the Home, and Mrs. Joseph Robin-
son, incoming president of the Auxiliary, at installation cere-
monies at the Home. During the past two years, the Junior
Auxiliary has doubled its membership to 800, and contrib-
uted over S150.000 to the building fund of the Home. Under
Mrs. Cole's leadership, the Auxiliary has sparked the drive
for 125 additional beds.
MRS. BIKNAHD KAPLAN
Cerebral Palsy
Units to Install
Three women's units of the Uni-
ted Cerebral Palsy Assn. of Great-
er Miami will install their new of
ficers in a joint ceremony at the
Seville hotel on Miami Beach this
Saturday noon.
Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan will be
installed as president of the Miami
Beach I'nit. while Mrs Harry Rap-
poport will accept the gavel for the
Miami group, and Mrs Irving Ro-
senblum will take the oath of office
as prexy for the North Dade chap-
ter.
Installing officer will be Molly
Turner, television personality, who
is an honorary life member of the
CP group.
Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs.
living Schwartz, and serving as
ticket chairmen are Adele Frank.
Sophie Kay and Glenda Mendels in
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Tribute Slates
Women's Leaders
Honoring Mrs Gerald P Soltz at
a tribute luncheon on Friday at the
Algiers hotel will be Mrs! Aaron
Farr. past president of the South-
eastern region of National Council
of Jewish Women, and presently a
member of its national board, and
Mrs. Arnold Perlstein. past presi-
dent of the Florida region of Ha-
dassah. and former executive di-
lector of the women's division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration.
Alexander S. Gordon. Metro
Commissioner, will also speak
Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth
David congregation will give the
invocation Mrs. Jerome Robin^n
and Mrs. Bernard Supworth are co-
chairmen.
Serving on the committee are
Mesdames David Sherper. Irving
Riemer. Alvin Wank. Ether Ler-
man and Fred Scherer.
Women's Bowling League
Miami Beach Women's Bowling
League will have a dinner party
Saturday. 730 p.m. in the Deaii-
ville hotel; with the show. -Play-
mates of Paris.'' following dinner.
Mrs. Dorothy Miller is arrange-
ments chairman.
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Is the fii. ST'
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CANTOR JACOB U. OOLDFARB, Co-Owner Director
IN ADDITION TO THC REGULAR SPORTS CURRICULUM. CANTOR GOlDFARB
Will MAKE AVAILABLE BAS & BAR MlTZVAH CLASSES
Under Ritbbintcal Smpmtsum
For Information writ* Cantor Gotdfnrb, 17320 N.C. 11th Ave.,
Nortti Miami Beach, Fla., or Phono Wl 7-7006
MEMO TO YOU FROM THE DESK OF MAX LERNER
Shcdd a Girl be Told She's Dying)
By MAX LERNER
For once then
bate among psychiatrists
ther a dying 11 rs n -;'. i
about his and face
proti
Two Han ai
Thomas Hacki I i
man. saj tha I I
relativ< are >il '
the person to iyii
and that it ofti n hi I
A California psj
Wahl, s ivs I
tell the truth m -
drive in thi -
strong drn e in tl e dying i
is to agj isl
truth
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Obviously much
the : i is
. he has 1 '.--
of. You don't tell a
an) circumstai Y .
dare a 11 terror I i traged.\ Y
dor.'; tell anj ni child
.- afr id if the dark Y
don't tell anyone vrh enses
against reality are thin
Even Drs Hacketl and Weisman
agree that you ought not to tell
cardiac cases, thus hastening: their
death by cutting away the hope
which i* their strongest ally in
the fight. Their belief that you
ought to get the dying person to
face the fact of his death seems
to be limited to the hopeless
minal cancer cases
If I were dying and doomed. I
should prefer to know. I have
lived a crowded if misspent life,
lid v aot a chant- M Jay
::- to the people
md come to rras
I am n.it one of
eves in the blesse I-
if sudren deathin b<
flight abrui
i ponder and per-
arbitrarini
.. grow n man who
a measure of
Big Da Idy" in
Roof." always finds
his r tiling th it it
told and I k
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Thii does not, however, a]
. Mj daughter Pam-
-< ral we 'ks
year battle
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I it ther was hope
>. sh never
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..- stage
i ight For at
: Loving, she cleai
: rr :' that waj
was no s ing, no elab irate
grotesq i game I think she had
aim is) com inced herself. At
(went) eight with a good mar-
riage two Etne young sons, and a
talent in the arts, the vista of life
was too attractive and demanding
to he blanked out. It was more
than just what the psychatriata
call the strategies ol ego-defense.
The life force within her dictated
the denial.

I don't see how the doctors and
psychiatrists can come up with
^reatteorole l ^,m
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pen
and tak.
those wr.o j JJ
What I am
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phrase.
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r,./-' the reality of deat
drive to cling :
it.
Pam had th:- middle
edge, almost until the end
am glad she d. i
Dr. Alterman to Speak
Luncheon meeting of Man
Beach B'nai B'nth L/>dge will it
held Tuesday noon at the RioPa
za hotel.
Guest speaker will be Dr y*
mour Alterman whose subjecti
"You and Your (lit: 1-
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Senior Citizens
Week Observed
Gov. Parrls Bryant has declared
May 21 lo May 26 as Senior Citi-
zens Week. Miami held a rally
Monday evening at Bayfroni Park
Auditorium, and Miami. Beach cele-
brated Wednesday at the Di Lido
hotel.
Speakers at the meetings includ-
ed Mayor Robert High, Sen. Claude
Pepper, Vice Mayor Henry Bala-
ban. Mayor Daniel D Dieienhach.
of No. Miami Beach, an;! Kenneth
F. Valentine, manager of Social
Security administration in Miami.
Mrs. Henry Bakiban entertained.
Janna Senesch group of Hadassah installation brunch shows
left to right) Mrs. Arthur Applebaum presentina the gavel to
ne newly-elected president, Mrs. Eva M. Blum, while Mrs.
Kirry Kroll, installation chairman, looks en.
Irs. Bornstesn
[ekes Office
llr- Alan Bernstein was
y,. d president S thwesl
i | : i sisti rhood on Thurs-
I ng.
| Mi urice Klein was lo give
. on and Mrs. Sarah
p the benediction
: Vlbert A. Blen
i] : ih insl and al.*o
lui; Mesdames Mi key Antin.
tn n Sootin and Howard Gi r
fe. vice presidents ore Bol-
r. corresi nding secretary; I
n recording tary; lly-
roM .i/. ti asurer; and Da-
Fegarsky, financial secretary.
Lrrangement committee includes
fesdames Nat Lune. Jerome Rif-
L Chas. Mackler and Samuel
esner.
Irs. Bornstcin is a past presi-
ot of Murray Solomon Jewish
r Veterans Auxiliary, and vice
i- ent of Coral Gables B'nai
Jriih. For the past three years,
s been active in all phases
Sisterhood work.
MRS. ALA'i MMMSTffN
fest Miami Unit
'lans Card Party
["detting to Know You'' card par-
(will be held by B'nai B'rith Worn-
of West Miami Wednesday even-
kg at W'est Miami Town Hall.
[Mrs. Reuben Hanken is chairman
lid Mrs Al Teitler. vice president,
[id Mrs. Fred Rohrlich are in
barge of tickets.
Newly-elected officers, installed
fccently by Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz,
resident of B'nai B'rith Women,
district 5, are Mesdames Morris
Caufman. president; vice presi-
KntS, Harry Frankel. Al Teitler.
Diaries Midwood; secretaries. Mel-
on Kahn. Oscar Evans and George
ragcrman; treasurer, Abraham
Srur.hut; historian, Joseph Sand-
Pioneer Women
Mark Shavuot
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, newly elec-
ted president, conducted the con-
eluding meeting of the season for
Pioneer Women, Golda Meir Club
of Miami, on Wednesday evening
at Beth El Congregation.
A traditional Shavuot holiday pro-
gram was presented by Mrs. Marian
Meyers, cultural chairman.
Mrs. Esther Culchman was in
charge ol the social hour which fol-
lowed.
Salute Israel Bar Mitzvah
Jewish War Veteran's Auxiliary.
vth Shore Post 677, met Wm1*
day at Washington Federal bldg.,
to salute the Israel Bar MitzvaS
year.
weiss; and counsellor Louis Zeger
The group has purchased a set
of "Dolls for Democracy" which
is presented to young people in a
program to teach them the working
of brotherhood.
to ail those who have defended our beloved America, the
Jewish War Veterans and Mt. Nebo Cemetery
join together in a Memorial Day Service, and in humble
gratitude commemorate the patriotism, valor, and
sacrifice of our heroic dead.
The graves of those known to us to be War Veterans
will be decorated for the services.
Ycu and members of your family are invited to attend on
Sunday, May 28, 1961
at 11:00 a.m.
Please be on hand not later than 10:45 a.m.
Beth Torch Sets
Special Service
Beth Torah Congregation will
have joint installation of the Men's
Club. PTA. and Sisterhood at a
special late Friday service on June
2_
Judge Arthur Snyder will serve
as congregation president for the
coming year. Other new officers
and board mem hers are:
living Seidel. Newton Greene.
Carl Zwerner, and Dr. Samuel Lob,
vice presidents; Seymour Brook
meyer, financial secretary; Georf
Goodman, treasurer; Mis. Herman
Hamburg, recording secretary; and
.Mrs. Al Williams, corresponding
secretary.
Trusti es are sari Dorfman, Stan
ie> Falke, Nathan Gins' urg, Mur-
ray Greene. Ernest Janko, Hy Katz,
George Katzman, Dr. Ma ice Las-
zio, Milford Levine, Dave Mai
iii Dr Stanley Mitchel, Sal 11
Dr Morton R
G i rge Saks, Jo>e| h St hi N
htei ird Sneider, i'
lor. Ewald Ziffar, Howard Good-,
stein, Dan Garlin, and Abe Ha .ell.
Molly Kananer Sisterhood offi-
cers in he installed are Mesdames
Irving Formaii. president; David
Hess. Maik Gottlieb, Leo Abrams,
Ben Newmark, vice presidents;
Herbert Lcdornian. recording sec-
retary; John Hoffman, financial
secretary; Dave Devraugh, corre-
sponding secretary; David Roe. so-
cial secretary; Max Horowitz,
treasurer; Irving Fur man and Da-
vid Hess, representative and alter-
nate to congregation board
Beth Torah will hold its first con-
firmation service Sunday at 7:30
p.m.. The confirmation class,
taught by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz
and Mrs. Irving Seidel. extended
(their Jewish education two years
beyond Bar Mitzvah.
Confirmands are Gilda Abramo-
w itz, Mark Feldman, Steven Frank.
Bernard Ginsberg, Loretta Green-
wald. Diane Halberg, Debra Karg,
Edward Solomon, and Toni Zitfer.
Abraham J. Gittelson is educa-
tional director of Beth Torah.

Beth Torah Congregation pre-schoolers learn to swim in the
school's annual swim clinic at Hallandale Pool under the
guidance (left to right) of Mesdames Charles Sussman, Arthur
Hirschberg, Jonas Arem and Jacob Bornstein. Red Cross li-
censed instructor.
it v>
Am). ROBERTS
Steps
Eisenstein
Up Campaign
Stepping up his campaign for
votes in the North Shore area, Mi-
ami Beach Councilmanic candidate
Leo Eisenstein this week opened
sub-headquarters at 920-71 St., Nor-
mandy Isle.
"This opening of this headquar-
ters," said Eisenstein, "is in line
with our concerted effort to ac-
quaint the voters in the North
Shore with the vital issues of the
campaign and how the Miami
Beach Tourist Authority that I ad-
vocate is the only sure method of
bringing about a resurgance of
Beach business
"Many panaceas are being talked
about, but the fact still remains
that to insure a revitalization of our
economy we must bring to Miami
Beach at least two percent of the
150.000.000 Americans who have
never been here.
"These people live in the north-
west, southwest, the midwest and
west. Only a high-powered promo-,
tional project, such as could be
administered by a professional Tou-
risl Authority, can accomplish this
goal.
I would also like to remind the
voters who plan to be out of the city
on Election Day. June 6. that to
vole absentee they must cast their
ballot, in person, at City Hall be-
tween now and June 3. No ballots
can be cast by mail."
Fashion Model
Will Coordinate
Chrissi Roberts, voting fashion
model, has been appointed by vice
president Cowan to direct fashion
shov s, weddingi
receptions, chi \
Ij n (l golfing '
events I 11
lomal hotel and
count rj club,
creal
ol the new post,
Cowan said the
ii son is expand
ing :ts role as ;.
community insti-
tution by offer-
ing its complete facilities and ser-
vices to a larger number ol local
civic, service, social and cultural
organizations.
.Mrs. Roberts will coordinate ar-
rangements for special functions
at the Diplomat with Mr. Domenic.
catering manager; Frank Towher.
new manager of the Diplomat Inn
and the Country Club; golf pro.
Nick Bersan; sales manager, Irv-
ing Tillis; social director, George
Foster; and hostess, Rosemarv
Herold.
A native of Baltimore, where she
was known as "Chris the Weather
Miss, on television. Mrs. Roberts
was formerly a public relations
and lour director for Christian Dior
and Pauline Trigere fashions. She
also directed a Central American
fashion tour, and has appeared in
manv area high-fashion shows.
Blood Donor Breakfast
>,:ii < n .' Balkin chapter ol B'nai
B'rith held its semi-annual blood
donor breakfast Sundaj morn
the Sunsel Park Playdium. \
mobile unit from John Elliott Blood
is used for the | r >j ct.
Fine! Concert
Slated Saturday
Miami Beach-Music and A Is
i ill present its final con-
cei I i l the season in the <>c -.n
Lounge of the Roney Plaza hotel
on Saturday evening
League president, Max P Felrl
said i h c free concert Is open to
members and then guests Louis
Siegel. a vice president Of th<
League, will serve as program
chairman.
Featured artists will be Son.ia
Balegh. violinist, and Kay Harri-
son, soprano. Piano accompanists
are Kay Sestok and Esther Barrett.
Program by Mrs. Balogh include
Mozart's Sonata in E minor [or
Violin and Piano; Preludium and
Allegro, by Kreisler; Nocturne in
C Sharp minor, Chopin: and Gypsy
Airs. Pablo de Sarasate.
Miss Harrison will sing the Allelu-
ia h. by Mozart; "Tell Me If This be
True." Mana-Zucca; "Don Pas-
quale Cavatine. Act I. by Donizat-
H: Villanelle, Eva dell Aeqia: "La
Fille de Cadiz," Delibes; and Luis
death aria from "Turandot." Puc-
cini.
H
PRINCIPLES AND CODES
OF JEWISH EDUCATION
VIOLATED
THE HEBREW TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI,
INC., affiliated with the National Federation of Hebrew
Teachers and Principals, deeply regrets to inform Greater
Miami Jewry of a flagrant violation of basic Jewish law in
the field of Jewish Education.
We are referring specifically to TEMPLE NER TAMID of
Miami Beach, which, despite these principles and codes, has
seen fit to disregard the prevailing rules relative to the
tenure of Hebrew Teachers.
We are notifying all professional personnel, both on the
teaching and administrative levels, and the community at
large that there is in this instance a violation of the Torah;
"HASAGAS G'VUl," which means encroachment upon an-
other's economic rights.
This is a severe breach of Jewish ethics which arouses
the conscience of the entire Jewish Community. As our
Bible states, "JUSTICE, JUSTICE SHALT THOU PURSUE."


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RY garden and hot-house in
Padc county must have been
Sr'ed for the profusion of flow-
used at the Ml. Sinni I!os-
[al Garden Club installation at
Alciers hotel May 10. Taking
theme. "Say it with Flowers."
ite literally, they were used.
I only for elaborate displays
id decorations, but real posies
ere fashioned by members for
Bornment of hair, hats and ac-
ksories.
I Sarah (Dr. A. Lester) Stcpner,
fcccptmg the reins for a second
tm, topped her pink linen suit
ith a large picture hat of or-
iza circled in roses, stephan-
and blue salvia.
Also at the head table, petite
. Sam (Gale) Berlin's tiny
box. encrusted with bronze
ir\ santhcnuims. had two long
jrveri stems which looked like
Utennas. and Mrs. Anthony
kite's large blue Milan had nod-
il; (.'lorioso of yellow and pink
Irouting from philodendron
axes matching a linen dress of
K same hot pink.
| Turning a liability into an as-
M- Mrs. Irving Weinrcich, coi>ing
ith a broken ankle, wound lav-
Ih strings of purple red bougaine-
lllas around her crutches and
Ion a prize for the most unusual
fcr of flowers. Attractive Mrs
|ank Meyer strung a "14 carrot"
ecklace around her neck and
arried a bag full of "lettuce" to
lidieate what it requires a lot of
buy same.
A truly magnificent creation
is '.he wide-brimmed garden
at worn by Mrs. Morris (Flor-
jce) Green, lavishly encrusted
i:h multicolored pompoms and
gustrum leaves. "Lady in red"
I s Mrs. Lester Saroff. whose
rocade suit and double hibiscus
it ath and veil were all scarlet
HAIRMAN o! the day was Mrs.
.lames Abramson who made
ntire attractive outfit. Frock
- of orange and yellow silk
; accessorized with halo of
ow net and tiny immortelle
rs. large matching muff.
I buckles of the same dried
|f ,ier on yellow satin shoes.
I lant Inez (Mrs. Ralph
S ere intertwined white and lav-
poms
shell cap of
ing it with a
flcial poms.
and piumcs on a
pink velvet, match-
brief bolero of arti-
Interesting use of
dried materials was the hat elab-
orately trimmed with large,
wrinkled seeropia leaves sprayed
a delicate pink, trimeel with the
MM. IfSTER STEPNER
calyx of the palm tree in shades
of green, which was Irma (Mrs.
Milton) Hoff's creation.
Only mishap of the day oc-
curred because Mildred (Dr.
Jack) Falk trimmed her pink
laee hat which matched her pink
linen dress with a full crown of
gardenias which she had raised
herself. She had to remove the
hat because Helen (Mrs. Milton)
Smith at her table, is allergic to
that particular bloom.
Mrs. Seymour (Alice) Rubin
combined palm leaves molded
into a crown and large brim stud-
ded with yellow mums lor a most
becoming ehaprau. Another com-
bination of flowers and leaves
worn by Miss Sue Berkowitz who
utilized sea grape leaves in a
scalloped design with a high
crown of red hibiscus. Voted "the
most fashionable." was Myrtle
(Mrs. Ted) Epstein's mist green
velvet toque with sprays of Jeru-
salem thorn framing her face in
the manner of egrets. A black
scarab, escaped no doubt from
the tree, was climbing down the
back of her beige Indian raw silk.
Rakes, hoc. shovels and spades
in miniature, nestled with crotons,
yellow bell leaves and red foliage
on the hat Mrs. Murray Koretsky
called "Clean up time." She
managed to look pretty even un-
der that edifice.
Sally (Mrs. Harold) Spaet
crowned her crowning glory with
delicate pink roses and carna-
tions. Mrs. Edward Roth wore
a skull cap of purple asters and
confessed the effect was gained
by using a yamalka for the base.
EOUNDATION of buckram sup
ported Mrs. Morris Krovitz"
oleanders, asters and pompoms.
Cloche worn by Mrs. Mary Mos-
coe utilized berries from the fish
tail palm and blossoms of the
schleffera tree. Gold sprayed on
the palms gave them the delicate
look of feathers.
An interpretive panorama of
Japan showed rice fields, cherry-
blossoms, mountains, lakes, riv-'
ers and cows and even a manda-
rin visiting his temple. Authentic
down to the last detail, with this.
Mrs. William Siegel wore a blue
Japanese kimona.
Most humorous, was a little
monkey hat circled with terns,
with a bird snuggled in her nest
and a large yellow mum perch-.'d
at the end of a long straight
stem. Best use of fruit and How
ers went to Mrs. Morris (Elsie)
Steinberg for her garden under
the old apple tree complete with
beds of marigolds and penlas.
Stone paths and two tiny lovers
on a bench.
Installing officer was Mrs.
Frank .Nichols, president of Coun-
cil ol Garden Club Presidents of
Dade County. She relied on con-
ventional white straw pill box
with wide front bow and dark
two-piece print and looked very
dignified.
Jewish leaders from all over the world will qather in Geneva
this August for a special session of the global executive of the
World Jewish Congress, Samuel Bronfman, chairman of the
World Jewish Congress North American executive, has an-
nounced in New York. The conference, from Aug. 20 to 23,
will discuss major issues affecting Jewry throughout the world
and celebrate the organization's 25th anniversary. Pictured
is the Conference Hall in Geneva where the World Jewish
Congress was formally created in August, 1936.
Flagler-Granada Confirmation Set
Rabbi Gerald Lerer will officiate
al confirmation Saturday. 7:30 p.m..
al Flagler-Granada Jewish Center.
Mrs. Albert Reisman. past chair-
man of religious education, and
Erwin Marshall, principal of the
Sunday school, will distribute the
diplomas, and Samuel Hollander,
president, and Samuel Goldstein,
outgoing president, will give each
members of the class a book on Ju-
daism.
The valedictory adress will be
delivered by Alan Dan&ky, and
Esta Goverman will present the
floral offering. Kiddush will be
presented to the synagogue by the
class.
theme. 'Numbers
Mean in Jewish Life."
What They
Students to be confirmed are
Howard .1 Braverman. Esta M.
Coverman. Alan S. Dansky. Harra-
vey Friedman, Tina K. Genandes,
Terry Goldman. Ellen S. Mulnick.
Hclene R, Samess. Roberta J Sus -
man, Wilma E. Travers. I'atrn k
A. Tydor and Annette Vajda.
Following services, parents of
the confirmands will host a recep-
tion in their honor.
Chef Addresses Auxiliary
Jewish War Veterans of the Fin-
led States. Murray Solomon Ladies'
Sandra Goldstein will sing a Auxiliary 243. heard Chef Yact>-
group of songs, and the 12 conlir- vich, of the Carillon hotel, at a -
mands will present an original cial meeting Tuesday evening.
Cardiac Hospital Books Show
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital has booked the evening of
Sunday, June 18. for a city-wide
i atre party for "The Torch-Bear,
ers," in which Palsy Abbott will
star for the Acorns Civic Theatre
al the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
' rticipating in the project w ill
be all tnv chapters oi the orgainza-
tion with a unique tie-in with
Father's Daj.
Named last year as a life mem
ber of 'he hospital, Miss Abbott has
been a supporter ol the organiza-
tion's fund-raising efforts to build
a new hospital.
Reservations to the performance
ire available by calling the tickel
captains. In charge of the Fla-
mingo chapter is Ruth Katzin.
Others are South Dade chapter,
Sandy Salsman; North Dade chap-
ter, Mimi Signer; Miami Beach
chapter, Jean Raab; Miami. Laura
Glantz.
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Carl Wrinkle Named Xruise Commodore'
Of Israel Bond Tour on SS Jerusalem
lAfct W< Carl Weinkle ha- been selected
Cruise Commodore" Oi the Pan
Ajpeutm Esiquds ol Israel good
Will Tour to take place under the
auspices of the Israel Bonds com-
mittee.
Announcement that Weinkle will
head the tour to take place next
November was made this week by
Samuel Friedland, Greater Miami
Israel Bond chairman.
Weirkle, in add;tion to serving
on the board of governors of the
Israel Bond ce-nmittee, is a past
Cedars Construction 70% Complete;
Offices to be Occupied This Summer
"Construction progress at Ce-
dars 'if Lebanon Hospital is on
schedule and the building is now
approximately 70 percent com-
i i !." announced Sanford K.
Bronstein Tuesday at a dinner
held for the board of directors of
i hospital.
in, v ho is entering Ids
second year as administrator oi
I Hospital, indicated that it
if still tec early to announce an
exact opening date for the institu-
te but thai such announcement
v\.;l be forthci ming in the near
futui .
According lo Bronstein. mosl of
th< constructio now being
i ated on th inside of the
l at its NW 12 ave. and 14
b1 -
"The administrative office is
working hard at cr,-jarizin& the
actual operation of the hospital,"
Bronstein stated. 'We're begin-
nng preparations for everything
from purchasing baby bottles to
th physical moving of our of-
fices into the hospital building
late this summer."
Bronstein has spent over 20!
years in hospital administration.
A. a major in the United States
A r Force, he was administrator of,
a ".500-bed military hospital. He
served as administrator and comp-
troller of Variety Children's Hos-
pital for five years. At one time.
Bronstein served as administrator
cf the Dade County Civil Defense
Council and assistant administra-
tor of Jackson Memorial Hospital
at the same time.
A native Miamian. Bronstein is
SANFORD BRONSTtIN
currently president of the South
Florida Hospital Council and a
senior member of the American
Assn. of Hospital Accountants.
He is a member of the board
of directors of John Elliot Blood
Bank and Dade County Hospital
Advisory Board. Bronstein has
been honored by the American
Red Cross and the United States
Civil Defense Council.
"Dedication to patients that's
the only reason for a hospital to
exist," Bronstein said. "This i>
the philosophy that will be strictly
followed in Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital.''
president and treasurer of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa^
,,n. secretary and a trustee of
Mt. Sinai Hospital, a pattvice
president cf the Citiiens Board
of the University of Miami, and
former Florida regional co-chair-
man of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
The Pan-American Friends of Is-
rael Good Will Tour will take Pjace
next fall en the maiden Caribbean
voyage ol Israels luxury liner, the
ss Jerusalem, due to arrive in Mi-
ami on Nov. 19.
On her arrival, the >hip will b<
. reeted by a reception Hoi ilia. The
tour will depart from Miami No>
20 on a 17-daj voyage throughout
the Caribbean area.
offlcia] stops u.11 he madi
key ports where the Miami "am
I assadors" will be greeted bj lead
Ing dignitaries, including the presi
dents oi several Latin-American na
lions,
The ports oi call include Port-au-
Prince. Haiti: Curaco, Laguaira.
Port ol Caracas Venezuela; I
Prince Haiti: Curaca i. Laguaira.
ena, Coli ml a ll Panai
Zone: and Y< ra ruz Mexici
Oka Leaders Cite
Favorable Trei
The first i it survej on
the n lati" candi-
. ti "indicati
Kei
ih, aim i ticket, aci
in
cam]
He said this t "this is
'-:''
i an pt -. and we ill
work \ 'i> to nan lain our
lion."
Mrs. Rev.\ Balkin, chairman ol
thi \orthshore citizens committee
for oka. an angi d a political rally
at her home last Saturday evening
Torch lights, a brass band, and
entertainment were "the features ol
Ihe evening. The program stared
the International Folk dancers, and
Stanlej Rosensweet, singer, accom
pained by Joan Libert) Balkin
\ -kit. "Oka i- Okaj." was on the
am
Co-chairmen ol the affair were
Fred Deutsch, Mrs Esther Ceber-
all. Dr. Simon .1 \\ lkl. i and Mil-
ton Cirkle
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Congress on Bioloqical Standardization recer.:!. boug.-.; =-
;nn scientists from all over the world to the He >,.,
of Jerusalem. Prime Minister David Ben-G.:
Unniversity president Benjamin Mazar (extrc:.
retired, welcomed the delegates.
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in the Boston Investigator, went
on lor quite some time with the
i i di ra also getting into the fray.
And they certainly benefitted
from the discussion, since Ern-
estine presented not only the
Jewish religion but many other
; spects of Jewish life in their
proper historical perspective.
Came the tragic years ol the
Civil War, the enfranchisement
cl the Negro in the South. Ern-
< tine wholeheartedly endorsing
the abolition, had to fight bitter
struggles with its adversaries. She
was 55 yean old at that time, In
bad health, exhausted from all her
fighting. In June 1869, she sailed
to England with hi r husband, and
they decided to settle there.
They returned to the States to
liquidate,their affairs, and in 1870
they sett$adAJn England. They
traveled extensively and this im-
proved her health. Keeping in
eafier correspondence with her
friends in the United States, she
followed all" their campaigns
closely. She was often united lo
speak, but her strength vffts
nearly exhaneWd.
6n January 25. L882,.Ernestine's
hiffband suffered a heart attack
and died while walking in the
street. A marital relationship of
rare beauty and harmony had
come to an end. His death mark-
ed the linal pha>e of her life.
Withdrawing from the world, she
lived in extreme loneliness, iell
sick and-on August 4. 1892. when
in her 83id year, she closed her
eyes lorever.
In a letter to her friend. Susan
B. Anthony, she aptly defined the
aim ol her active life when stat-
ing: "All that I can tell you is
that 1 used my humble powers
to the uttermost, and raised my
voice in behalf of human rights
in genera!, and the elevation of
women in particular, nearly all
my lite."
William Lloyd Garrison praised
her as ". one ol the most re-
markable women of the age .
.i- the advocate ol the rights Ol
her s< x she has no superior."
In January, 1960. Ernestne L.
Hose, in commemoration of the
150th anniversary of her birth,
was elected to the Hall of Fame
at New York University,
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lay 26, 1961
B'nth District 5
Friedman, Mrs.
fJenisti fhrSdHairi
Maps Confab;
Reich to Take Helm
A PRESIDENT'S PROFILE
SEE PAGE 10A
B'nJ B ri:h w I hold its annual
iM onwHi"
^ Am^Bin on June 4 to 7.
^A Ki\: : orr.utional prc-i-
B'nj; B'r;:h. will be key-
note eaker a i ining night, Su'n-
daj^Biu- \. \ I ):30 p.m then-
will be a rec iption and cocktail
.ehreij
;:snth
Distric.1, 5 men's president
e Miitc-.i Friedman, of Mi-
Mrs. A ;red Reich, of Mi-
new wa-ien's president.
Ihops ivtll be scheduled all
d: ay. ;..!_ 5. and at night,
esidents .)f District 5 will he
MR. AMD MRS. RUBIN
Inists Planning
Annual Dinner
Louis B. Rudnick. chairman of
fclreater Miami Presidents'
Hi of the Zionist Organization
of Ajjc.'ica, plans several commit-
Mc< "lius if local ZOA districts
Brtlete arrangements for the
j/, June It. annual dinner to
in Miamj Beach.
pin Blane, national director
American Zionist Fund, here
it -\ ith the district leaders and
Ithem in making the final
k-t week at:ressed the hoard
of ^t.-oi"s jf the Miami Beach
fit at the Delano hotel.
1J ne tl dinner proceeds will |
go St; Mortimer May Dormitory [
that-t1' Southeast region of the
JOA pi;"is to build in Israel at the
S. ver A;r:cultural training
echfOl
One < ('; lights of the din-
ner, wi be the presentation of the
first'lii. ial Kfar Silver Award.
cipienrs will be Mr. and
I R>'yma''j Rubin "in appre-
Kr of their continued sup-
' to the agricultural train-
c^aol that the ZOA main-
I in AshkeSon. The dinner
f'o mark the 52nd anni-
|ry ef th* Rubins.
D. Gordon, founder and ,
Mtemi Lawyers
Take Office
Miami lawyers were sworn
prfiicers'and members of the
o) governors of the Florida
the conclusion of the annual
ition of Florida lawyers at
If'.-mat hotel in Hollywood.
jf Justice Elwyn Thomas, of
Jpr.da Supreme Court, admin-
ie oath of office during the
;. morning business assein
My lf,\ 20.
^piild L. Williams took office
K- dent -elect of the Florida
erving in that capacity for
I before succeeding to the of-
I president.
km O. Mehrtens. William P.
in jr., and Harry Zukernick
Recently 'elected as represen-
M to the board of governors
the eleventh judicial circuit.
honored at a Presidents' B;ill
Tuesday morning, June 6, will be
devoted to leadership sessions, and
al 1 p.m. will bo the annual awards
luncheon.
Included in the citations will be
ihe Sidney G. Kusworm award, for
the chapter with the most out.-tand-
1'iogram in good citizenship and
civic affairs during the year.
Another award, given for the first
time, will go to-the chapter with
the most outstanding single project.
In addition, there will be awards
for the largest gain of new mem-
bers, best bulletin, best original
script submitted by a chapter, and
others.
New officers, exclusive of the
president, will be installed at a
luncheon Wednesday, June 7,
and formal induction ceremony
fcr the new president will high-
light the final banquet at 7 p.m.
Dancing and entertainment will
follow the dinner.
Five hundred delegates are ex-
pected to attend the four-day ses-
sion, whose theme is "New Goals
and New Horizons,"
Local planning committee is
being chaired by Miss Edythe Flei-
scher, and Mrs. Alfred Reich is
District 5 convention chairman.
Paqe 11-B
Newisr.3l
Consul Slated
By Cpccial F*-port
ATLANTA --......em,
Consul ot Israel in Atlanta,
been appointed charge d'aff
of the Israel Embassy in Le l-
ville. Congo.
Leshem is scheduled to leave At-
lanta in mid-June t i tak ip" his
post there, after a short -lay at
home in Israel.
The appointment of a succe r
to the post in Atlanta i- i
shortly.
Leshem took over hh At-
lanta in August, 1959.
Spectacular View
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Judge Malvin Englander (left) and Paul Seiderman, Florida
president of B'nai B'rith, talk over campaign policies at a
breakfast meeting. Seiderman is a member of the Englander
campaign cabinet headed by Milton Sirkin, of Miami Beach.
Justice of the Peace Englander is a candidate in the city
council race.
Mailmen Stage Golf Tournament
RUDNICK
GORDON
Bar
president of the Washington Fed
eral Savings and Loan Assn.. ant'
Rudnick, who is also a member of
the ZOA's national executive coun-
cil, will be co-chairmen ol the din-
ler.
Gordon, a member of the Dad<
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion, has also served as a special
aide and consultant to the IS
State Department and the IS. In
ternational Cooperation Adminis-
tration.
Rudnick is a veteran New Bng
land and Miami Zionist leader. In
addition, he is a member of the
executive committee of the Israel
Bond campaign and Israel Bond
chairman for the Coral Gables
area.
The Rubins, who have visited
Israel seven times since 1932,
r active in all phases of Zion-
ist and Jewish community en-
deavor. They have been Miami
Beach residents for the past 30
years. Mr. Rubin is one of the
founders of the Beach Zionist
District, vice president of the
Hebrew Academy, and was one of
the founders of Temple Emanu-
El. Rubin is also a member of
the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil.
Named honorary chairmen of the i
affair were Metro Commissioner '
Harold Spaet. Harry Sirkin. hon-
orary president of Temple Emanu-1
El. and Charles Charcowsky. Mi-
ami Beach philanthropist.
Al Sherman. Herman Weintraub.
Louis B. Rudnick. Ezra Finegold,
Morris Simon, J. David Liebman.
Jack Popick. and Jacob Harrison
were appointed by the Presidents'
Council to select the recipients of
the award.
First annual Post Office golf
tournament will be held May 26
through 28 at the Bay Shore and
Normandy Shores courses.
Gene Hardy, president of the Mi-
ami Post Office Golf Assn.. said
that at least 100 golfers will com-
pete for trophies in best medal
score for the three rounds and the
best score among letter carriers,
postal clerks and .supervisors.
Other prizes include one for old-
est golfer and for the golfer com-
ing the farthest to participate.
Norman Abrams. a retired assis-
tant postmaster general, now living
in Ft. Myers, is one of the early en
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Miami club, is also an entry He
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Galen's Limousine Service from Phila. Intl. Airport
Go Galen for the truly memorable holiday you so richly deserve
. All 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) Sun-
bathing at Forest Glades Pool Bowling and tennis .
Sophisticated social events Nightly entertainment and
dancing (2 orchestras world-famed CANAY for Latin rhythms;
Wes Fisher for American Swing) in the smart supper-club
elegance 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'kack. Owner-Manager
The SHOW PLACE of VACATIONLANO
Hoi Dan Diefenbach, of North
iBeach, will give an address
Kpecial Memorial Day pro-
or the Jewish War Veterans
ll'nited States at Southern
la) Park on Tuesday at 10:30
.m.
cipatmg units will be Skelly-
McLeon Post 257. American Legion
and Auxiliary; J. Frank Cavanaugh
Post 67, American Legion and Aux- j
iliary; Vikings Drum and Bugle
Corps of North Miami Beach; Boy
Scouts and Explorers; Abe Horro-1
witz Post 682. JWV a.:d Auxiliary; *
and chapter 51. Disabled American ,
Veterans and Auxiliary.
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fl Phil Foster
? Harvey Stone
-?t Be* Kraft Dancert
^t larry Storch
* Sally II.ir.
-fc Lot Chevaloi D'Espana
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Friday. May 26. 1361
Capt. Gardner
To be Speaker
Capt. Leo Gardner. El a; Israel
Virlines pioggpr, will bo ..-.i^S
speaker at the Wednesday even-
ng meeting of the Unii 5j na-
gogue Youth, Dade Heights c
, r, accordi to Moi
\ iuth director.
- red by the Di
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Vfter sei i in
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pear
Two-Act Musical Comedy Slated
From "Sto 5." a !.v->-act musical School. Proceeds are for the
comedy by Lenore Brooke with a Work Fund. As bj i
ii Beach locale, presented bj rjieatte Guild of .\
forah Cong : Beach, with chr, lion bj Lei
man and ch in w,v
ith. will be luced bj the
Sori?U 0] timist Club I Miami
Beach on Saturday ai S > at Cu> cast feat
Mi im B Set : i and a dancii
r cry from ihe snail-i tv<
things I the bei er hi ,
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Photo Exhibits
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Two photographic <
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aj 22 and will continue thi
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naan make real ood time I re. right through Maryland i to New
York
* *
kpw YORK SCENE: Spring in Manhattan, so far. has bee:; damp
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Jop I isareloa *W helping the
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Both exhibits are sp nsored by 0n Sunday" is still making em stand in line for seats at aim -
New York Architectural evening performance. Other foreign hits are The Bridge, a G.rma
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a id are linked with the official par-
ticipation in the Centennial of Italy.
n
\rt Society entrJ'deraiUng*the"horrors oi war "Love and ^e Frenchwoman" and
the New York chapter ol the -Saturday Night and Sunday Morning." the first French-made and the
second. British, and both with sophisticated modern themes. well-spiced
with sex and cynicism.
Tre American-made films doing better than average in Manhattan
are "Parrish," at the Radio City Music Hall, with Troy Donahue, of TV
faire, and Claudette Colbert, Marlon Brandos "One Eyed Jacks," "A
if | \m Raisin in the Sun," and Danny Kaye's "On the Double."
IVIi^l \1 At the new Friars Club we ran into Alan Gale, who seem.- fully re-
covered after his disastrous venture at C'opa City, evidenced by his
keeping the luncheon crowd in a merry mood with his ad libs. He Just
finished an engagement at the International here, returns to his Miami
Beach home for a fortnight's respite, and then flies lo London for an
i. ragement at the Pigalle
Uso spotted singer Sid Gary at the Friar- Sid was featured for
weeks this p si a1 the Barcelona, and it!
Jack Parker, was recently in Mahattan for a few days ol
Lou Nelson, the comic, and no stranger to Mi
son from the Friars' pro. Ham Winston, in the
. driving net. Also th ire was .' B
,v:,, ,-ille and radio twosome. Block I Sully.
ite Benn> Davis the popular an
IS eroi es. Mart u 1 former Beachite ai la a. I si
n and attornej L i henfield. .
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CATSKILL SURPRISES: Tie last time we visited the popular New
York mountain resort area \\.i> in 1936, when we had to travel :
treacherous and overcrowded roads to reach Grossinger's and other
Vcu can imagine our pleasant surprise when, on leaving Manhattan.
we ha the smooth, four-laned Palisades Parkway, paraleiung tne Pali-
sades, and affording unforgettable views fox miles The Jersej park-
way, alter 20 miles or so. connects with the New York Thru way, which
is even smoother and wider, and the relaxing scenery and wide-open'
highway make it seem like minutes instead of a couple ol hours and a
'i.^ctiori before you are in the midst of the Catskills. The Thruwaj slices
through former mountains, and rolls up and down, and around the most
eye-compelling countryside we've seen in years of traveling.
Stevensville Lake hotel, where we'll be for the summer, is spread
among more than 300 acres of rolling hillsides, and the main building
is right on the edge of Swan Lake. The dining room, with glass-enclosed
picture windows from floor to ceiling, overlooks the hills and pine-clad
mountains and what a wonderous view the diners enjoy.
Paul Schrelber, who just arrived from the Deauville in Miami Beach.
, of course, is the Stevensv die's new maitre d'. and hell have his hands
full trying to please all the diners, who want to sit close to the glass win-
dows and feast their eyes on the magnificent lake-and-forest scenery
Louis Knesz. of Beach W'aldman's in season, has arrived al Stevens-
ville to assume the chief chef's duties
And. of cour-e. owner Harry Dinnerstein, and manager Harold Frieh-
ling, of Stevensville, are longtime Beach hotel figures Also Horn the
Beach are .lack (Casablanca) and Lee iWaldmansi Shaw, and Beverly
Grundy, winter staffer "i the Brach's Lombardy.
It's "Old Home Week" at the stevensville right now.
* *
MOUNTAIN SCENERY: Visited with an old friend. Paul Gl -
er. at Grossinger's, of course, which has no season, >, ipei i
around Right now it's convention tune, and the !obb> or
sports facilities are filled with badge-wearing delegates
Played the Grossinger's golf course for the first time, and we felt
like Cortex, when we climbed the hills and, although breathless (what
Floridian is used to mountain-climbing?) we had enough air in our
lungs to "ooh" and "ah" ever the many-mile view that you can glimpse
from almost every tee and green.
Never -aw such well kept and manicured fairways and green*
grass, close-cropped, but thick as down, keeps the ball well teed no mat-
ter where it lies on the fairways Undulating, dipping and steepl) rising
fairways make it tough going for a golfer used to the flat monotonous
fairways ol most Florida courses, but what an experience it is to piay
i this course, and see the most breathtaking scenerj imaginable
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Jjar gift to subscribers, The Jewish Flcridian will present free
he asking a corsage to each mother cf a Bar cr Bas Mitzvah
luests should be addressed to "Corsage for You,' P.O Box
h. Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
"rue Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
e address and telephone number. The corsage will be
[warded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
L the occasion.
Randy Makovsky
y David, son of Dr. and Mrs
i Makovsky, will be Bar
h during services Saturday
g, May 27. at Beth Israel
.at ion. Rabbi H. Louis Rot;-
.ill ofliciate.
' ar Mitzvah is an eighth
. or student ai the Hebrew

tion ir, Irs honor will be
. i his hoim i n Sundaj.
*
Mark Berkowitz
morning services at
Maj -'7. will im
. of Marc, son ot
I Mrs. in Bi rki
Alfred Waxman ofi< i-
- an eighth grade honor
\ .: So. Miami Junior ii
- on the Dean's List. He is
oir.piished pianist, and plans
linue his studios in the Ten;
\ confirmation class.
owing services, his parents
; the 0n< g Shabbat and Kid-
i;- n his honor.

Gerald Cohn
!rraid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin, 18000 N'E 9 pi., will be-
< Bar .Mitzvah Saturday morn-
.lay 27. at Beth Emeth Congre-
tion.
i- -aid is a seventh grade student
INo. Miami Junior High and at-
\( Is the congregations Hebrew
Irol.
Kiddush in his honor will be
d by his parents following ser-
Larry Schatzman
|rrj Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
'I Schatzman, 771 SW n si..
. i Mitzvah on Saturday
- May 27. at Beth David
tion, with Rabbi Norman
I .ro officiating.
- a seventh grade student
ndoah Junior High School.
reception in his honor will be
the Americana hotel Sun-
Kenneth Cogen
t i Morris Skop will officiate
i Bar Mitzvah ot Kenneth, son
Mr and Mrs. Jack Cogen. dur-
services Saturday morning.
..t Temple Judea.
is an honor student in
seventh grade at Ponce de
u r High, and is active in
' He has attended the Tern-
1 rew School tor three years
school for four,
parents will host the Kiddush
r following services.
*
Roger Mittleman
Jude< e the sit
- Mitzvt er Elliott,
i: :.<
-..:: ',..> morning ser-
3 Rabl i .
ing.
venth grade ;
. Rii iera Jui
ol i Cl b i
as b< en
Hebn I for
is ... .-i \( nth -
5
; arents are Mr.
Hi Brook
Mr Mrs. Jack F i
liami.
tea
Henry Stevens
Lehn ... will officiate
: Henry Wal-
: I ai Mrs, Th< i
luring Saturday mon
i I
. rade stu
ion in his honor
. s home
Meredith Rand
Saturday morning services, May
27. a! Temple Kmanu-El will in-
clude the Pas Mitzvah of Meredith.
Iter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Hand. Dr. Irving Lehrman will
officiate.
Meredith is a seventh grade stu-
dent a: Ida M. Fisher Junior High
ember of the Junior National
r Society. she attends the
i religious school.
'' ing si rvic< s, a recei
her 1 onor v ill be held in sirkm
*
E!i Sandier
Gross pi incipal
I Hebn Acai > my, will ofliciate
:'. r Mitzvah of Eli Mi
son i: Mr ai d Mrs. Hyman Sand-
al K esi h [srael Congregation
on Saturdaj n orning, Maj 27.
I Ii is .. seventh grade student at
the Hebrew Academy. A reception
:n his honor will be held on Sunday
ai his home, 5310 La Gorce dr.
*
Niles Rosen
Niks son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Rosen, will be liar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services. May
2". at Temple Menorah. with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Nautilus
Junior High and is a student of the
Temple's religious school.
Open house reception in his hon-
or will be held in his home Satur-
day evening. His grandmother.
Mrs. Tillie London, and grand-
father. Abraham Rosen, both of
New York, will attend.
* *
Robert Klinger
Temple Ner Tamid will be the
site of the Bar Mitzxah of Robert
Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Klinger,
on Saturday morning. May 27. with
Kabbi Eugene Labowitz officiating.
Robert is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and attends the Tem-
ple's religious school,
His parents will hold a reception
in his honor at their home. 92G4
Bay dr.. Surfside, on Saturday morn-
ing.

Lawrence Merer
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
liciate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Lawrence, son of Mrs. Sally Merer,
of 7304 Carlyle ave., and George
E. Merer. Washington. DC. at
Temple Menorah on Saturday morn-
ing, May 27.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
the Temple's religious' school and
attends Nautilus Jrmior High.
Dandy Makovsky Lawrence Merer
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Robert Kiinjcr W./es Rosen
tIi Sandier
Gerald Cohn
Cohen Tours
Business Areas
Cilmi Wolfie Coh(r. this
r< th city's isiness
rig with m rcha
stress) eed for
- such
e M agent


atheri
If ycu

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Tots in Closing Program
Temple Emanu-El's Nursery
School, under the supervision ot
Mrs. Naomi Brandeis. will hold it1-
dosing exercises for the term on
Friday morning at the Temple's
North Branch bldg., 77 st. and Dick-
ens ave. Children will participate
in a special program reviewing the
year's work.
Glazed Bits
By Barney Glazer
HOLLYWOOD Rumors have
been flying that Eddie Fisher.
who is currently working his first
singing engagement in almost
two years, is "all washed up."
After box office returns from his
current engagement at Wilbur
Clark's Desert Inn. las Vegas,
the only thins washed up is the
hotel's former attendance record.
That's noi bad for a vocalist re-
ported wallov ing helplessly in
the l ottom oi .. herring b; rrel.
There are g< od reasons why
1 s not bi en working for
;. months. Many forgi I
just prior to Elizabi !h Taylor -
ci Meal illness, E Id
fered .. appe; dicitis attack in
: i n i i .
ii r sur ?ry.
Ev< n i ef< r< Eddie w as coi
pleteb recovered from his
setback. Liz suddenly began to
ail. Fisher lived on raw courage
and gave no thought to working.
He canceled many lucrative com-
mitments with the Palladium and
Pigalle in London and with the
BBC who planned three television
specials.
Just before he left ior England
with Liz. Fisher felt with justi-
fication that he definitely wanted
out of television. He felt no mis-
givings when his NBC-TV pro-
gram, alternating with George
Gobel. was not renewed. Con-
trary to a rumor which still per-
sists. Fisher was not canceled
out by the network because of
alleged adverse public opinion
about his marital split. Gobel
similarly was not renewed.
Since his return from London.
Eddie has been as busy as a
moth in a lighthouse. His new-
recording firm. Ramrod Records,
was doing exceptionally well with
its first album.
Eddie imported Colin Rom off.
the famous Broadway vocal di-
rector, coach, and arrangi r
whom he regards as a genius.
Then he obtained a sound stags
at 20th-Fox, cinched, his belt,
and knuckled down to "working
his instrument' as In prefers to
describe it. running scales and
subjecting himself a.> his own
taskmaster, eight hours a day.
seven days a week to the inten-
sive practice bit
This quest for improvement
stemmed from Eddie's realiza-
tion that the good Lord had bless-
ed him with a voice box as rich
as the Mother Lode, but he had
ne\er done a thing about it, other
than to present songs in the most
euphonious way he knew how.
Realizing he lias i a devel
oped wider vocal in sions, Ed-
die is firm in his resolve to eon
tinue with a mon cull reper-
toire. .Mings he never dared tc
attempt, such as :'.. : ..
"The Westside Story." He still
retains standards but even there
his arrangements are far beyond
anything he has previously ap-
proached.
After making his film debut ;i~
an actor in "Butterfield 8." Ed-
die activated his own motion pic-
ture production company. Ram
rod Productions, and has several
projects in the mill at 20th-F< -.
where he is his own of
tice This is strictlj a,.an fr< i
his wife's activities on the- .van i
'. it ..:;(! he stands firmly on his
own I feel
If finds i worthwhile ve
[or Liz, Fisher w ill ha- i
to < onfi i" '. ith her agent Kurt
Frings iust like any other ambi
tious producer.
Despite a deadly press thit
i mj ii > d astounding manipula-
te of the truth and placed him
in ;he unusual spot ot defend-
ing :ns own wife against public
ostracism. Eddie is at peace.
isn't fighting anyone, has no de-
lusions of grandeur, and retains
a sharp sense of humor.
His adhesive relationship with
the girl who is the mainspring in
h:s life and her three children is
sensational "in spite of every-
one." The couple celebrated
their wedding anniversary May
12 and thereby frustrated the ex-
perts of the ITcld-You-So School.
Apparel Club
Market Week
Over 1.000 retail store buyers
from the South are expected to be
on hand when the Men's and Boys'
Apparel Ciub of Florida opens its
11th annual "Fall and Holiday Mar-
ket week'' at the Eden Roc hotel
on Sunday morning.
Officers ol the group are Louis
(]. King, president; Elkin Adelson,
executive Vice president; Hal H.
Glist, Bill Stock and Edward Le-
vine. vice presidents; Sam Scur-
ran, secretary; and Jack \V Aron-
son, treasurer. Nat (Seller is execu-
tive direct* r oi the group.
it 1-5251 Closed Saturday
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Construction haa imted on new ultra-modern Food Fair
supermarket on northweel comei of 10 at. and Alton rd. This
will be the eighth Food Fail store on Miami Beach, keeping
top with the Increasing concentration on the west side of
multi-storied apartmenl houses. The new supermarket will
have 20.000 sq. H. Ol floor space and parking for 150 cars.
It will have opening Is planned loi November of this year.
Pre-Schoolers Will Be Graduated
Sevrntj even preschool children
will in.i'k ihr completion ol their
nurnery Kchnol training .it a special
graduation ccremon> conducted by
the (Jreater Miami Jewi*h Com
munit) Center .it nil four branches
mi I'iiiI.in under Ihc auspices ol Ihe
('enter'n earl) childhood develop
luiiii program
I', [inning nl 10 00 .i m 250 child'
ren nl Ihe four schools will present
., upriiiK feslival and graduation
program of sun.'. dance* rhythms
.uwl ill .iiii.il ,i R
iii,iiiii.inn" are Robert Behar,
|{,i| nl C;:\ R I l.l'.n .ill Cnllrll. Joan
(iottheb, \iilin\ Jaffer, Susan
Kramer, Cynthia Lubell, James
Needell, (..nl Rosenlhal, Debra
Pushkin, .Ion Seitlin. Ronna S;i i>
wit/. Wend) si.'in \nu.i Alter, Da
\ ul Baer, Jay liloch, Beth Carlton,
Andrew Dresner Howard Kain, Rob
in Poster, Inn Gordon, Amy Hack
myer, Stan Heymnnn, Sidney Juli
us. Hradlc) Marshall
Judy Marktnson, Brenda Piskin,
Donal I Itasku James Rob* n-
Rruce rteifl', Mori* I hler, Daniel
\\ .i\. Beth 1 mdn Blechman, Bi ad
Iternkranl. Jrftrej Brookmire,
l oi ru Cava, I !rn (li ssermat Kl
It-it Carol Nidilch, Jeffrey Kaplan,
.liinu s Michael Stock, Howard Co
hen, Tana Vdli r .;. > \sch, Bonnie
> ,, Jei r> i'.i lb,
Vbbi f.ayh dram l hat '< Ureene.
Roy Keldmi Warm Kvipu
1 ,en Seual H Ti pp Krit li
Bader, David chimes, Michael Ep
stein, Harriet Kurd. David Pried
sun. Joan Krirdson. Hcischcl Gel
fand, Gar) Glick, Daniel Golden,
Laurie Goodman, Audrey Halpem,
Jonathon Jacobi, Bllen Kusnner,
Donna Lake. Gloria Lsithoff, Mark
Lipitz, Jeffrey Margolin, Steven
Meyers, Robert Orshan, Barbara
Rachlin, Hand.ill Bobbins, James
Ruskin, Steven Scherker, Robin
Sexner and Allen Wacholder.
Miami Executive
Off to Seminar
.....
. Day Centers has
rti< ipate in a
roup work with
peopli 5 to 10 at Lake
.\ v. The seminar will be
hi Id June '- "o 10.
Sponsor) ointlj bj 'he National
Council Iging, American
Public Welfari Assn National
Assn "I Special Workers, and Na-
tional Institute Ol Mental Health.
Lh< seminar will bring together
professionals working in the Held
hi gerontology.
s, hreiber w ,1 ; .n in the stu-
dies and discussions relating to the
growth and development of older
adull Da> Centers and the place ol
social group work services
Senior Day Centers is Dade coun-
ty's newest social service agency.
Us firsl unit, the Malcolm ROSS ten
ler. provides a social work pro-
tram daily. Mondaj through Fri-
day, and Tuesday and Thursday
evenings, and is open to all older
adulls.
The Center is staffed by profes-
sional social workers and more
than 20 volunteers from the Great-
er Miami Section. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
Parents Day Dinner
Sisterhood ol Congregation Beth
El will hold a PerentS Day dinner
in Dora August Memorial Hall on
Sunday at 6:30 p m.
Temple Judeo Amtwj pic(|j(
Annual pink ,.
' religious school J
theson Hammock **'
'' ': UIK
prizes for par,
planned by Benjai ,.:: edu..n
tjiim director.
Temple Emanu-EI
NowRegisterlnq
lcm]* Emai ,*Wi
school is now ;,.. pt,ng regisu*
tion for fall c); ,,epar-
ments of the schocl,
The nursery -the si ,
sion oi Mrs. N'ai am lgfJJ
children bet cet ,, :| l;vJ
years of agt ( |j -,- are .: sesski]
five days each .,,:, fron ara|
to 12 noon, one bus trail- rtationl
is provided.
| The Found;.-., r. Schtt |
brew and seculai program which!
covers kindergarter through third)
, grade, is open .< children between,
five and seven years of age, and is]
under the directn n if Mrs. Minan
P. Ainsicld. principal. Program
also includes Iransportauortndb
lunch, and is coi iUd al ;oeTen
pie's North Bh I ldg..n l. an
Dickens ave.
Daily religious and Sunday id
classes for childrei :. tl kinder]
-arten through -Mb grade ajew
held at both Ihe Tarn ar.i Norjj
Branch buildings. The school]
gram also includes Bas and 1
Mitzvah training 'reparation
confirmation ai d Hebren Hal
School.
Few Reservations
Still Available
\ tew reservatiORI are still avail
aide on the June tour to Israel and
Europe being sponsored by the
Southeast region ol the Zionist Or-
ganisation of America, according
to David Goodwin, regional tourism
chairman
Two groups will depart trom New
York on this tour the firs! leaves
June ii. by jet. and will return on
July 18 via jet, or on July 2t> via
h p Ihe second croup will depart
on the 88 Atlantic June M. and will
return on the SS Statendam on July
K
In addition te I complete all-
expense lour of Europe, each oi
tIn tours Will meet in Naples and
travel together to Israel by boat,
where ihej will spend 16 days. An
optional tour ol Israel has also been
arranged.
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Hertz Cites Need
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"More immediate money for Mi-
ami Beach paid advertising is pos-
sible and available," candidate Hal
Herti told campaign co-workers at
luarters this week, "through
proper earmarking ol tun.is Ten-
s und fishing tourneys, band trav
el. and Orange Bowl should be sup-
be chargi.:
our ritj tet." Hem
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We tfcmk ii s tim to he crd pvblici*v more accu-
rately Htrtx continued. It's
frttfvl that a c-tv of 35 000 rooms
with its b'Hiofi-doHar investment
spnds abou* three dollars a year
per rootn t-> fill *hat rooms w,th
carefree ftt spending cooveiv
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to town...or to j
a new home... j
Your Welcome Wagon J
Hostess will call with a
basket of gifts ... and
friendly greetings from
our religious, civic and \
business leaders. J
If you, or others you J
know, are moving, be
sure to phone Welcome
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Wood Sculpture Exhibit on Beach
Depicts East Europe's Small Town Life
LEGAL NOTICE

A collection of wood sculpture
being exhibited until July 29 by
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. at 1701 Meridian ave..
depicts the mode of life existing in
a small town of Eastern Europe
before these pockets of a highly
formalized society were destroyed
by the Nazis.
Ijkss
'
The Rabbi's Wife" shows
ie clcssical form of Berel
jtt's craftsmanship. The
rood sculpture is in the col-
Bction on display by Wash-
agton Federal Savings and
xm Assn. at its main office,
[701 Meridian ave., Miami
sach.
iycees Present
|f e Membership
U Large, Miami public rela-
is consultant, was presented an
jrary life membership by the
inn Junior Chamber of Com-
rce at its annual installation
juet en May 20.
tie a ard is tae highest honor
[Jayc^es bestow, and was pre-
ed "ror outstanding contribu-
to o.r city, state and nation."
Itgoirg .Jaycee president. San-
Freed, in presenting the
rd. pointed out that only 25
anc women have been pre-
rec.pients.
kstalkd as new Jaycee pres-
et we? George Firestone. Mi-
insurance executive. Installa-
of toe Miami officers for the
was conducted by Burton
rnal, former Florida Jaycee
hdent,
)hnsor E. Davis. HI. Miami At-
ley. ^r.d newly-elected Florida
:w rresiden':, gave the prin-
|l adcress. Davis in a former
sident of the Miami Jaycees.
Civil Defense
Class Scheduled
A Civil Defense training course,
sponsored by the Flamingo chap-
ter of National Children's Cardiac-
hospital, has been scheduled for
June and will be open to anyone
: over 14 years of age.
Classes, supervised and taught
by local Civil Defense personnel,
will take place 7:30 to 10:30 p.m..
every Monday starting June 5. in
1 Melvin Cohen hall on the Children's
Cardie Hospital grounds at Lejune
! and West Flagler.
Berel Satt. born in Poland in 1880
and now living in Los Angeles is
the artist and the collection of 44
complete" carvift'gs and has relief
were acquired by the Morris L.
Schaver Foundation of Detroit.
Mich., which hopes to exhibit the
works in every Jewish community
throughout the world and eventual-
ly to place it in its permanent home
in Israel.
The sculptures recapture the dig-
nity and nobility of lite in the poor
Jewi.-h town, and show Sail's con-
suming interest in the love of Torah
and learning.
IN
To
Ins
Although they are passing from
the pages of history, the types and
characters are those that have
shaped the spiritual sense of the
Jewish town, and whose influence
has enriched nearly every form of
Jewish life.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. S2868-C
RE: Estate .>r
NATHAN \. TRAUM \N
I >. a-e.l.%
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AlUCwdtti-rs and All IteeMMWuHav-
C'alms >r Demands Against S'uld
Estate:
You are hereby notifie i tnd re-
quired in present ;in> claims and de-
mands which you mav have against
the estate of NATHAN N rRAUMAN
deceased late ol Dade County, Flor-
ida, i" ill,- County Judges [>ade
County, and file the name in theli
ol lie. s In 1 he Count} Courthou*
I lade 1 'nuntj. Florida, wit1 ii i thl
calendar months from the d.ite. >l the
first publication h V- name
v ill I..- ha r< il
FRANCES TR \l MAN,
lixei 1''
JOSEPH A V< >N \;:\
Vttoi ii.->
"i02 Blsi aviu Fiul ling
Miami, I I
5/28, 6 S-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ill.- undersigned, desiring 1.....gage in
business under the fictitious name of
AA'i.N" CONSTRUCTION at I-"T N 'A.
17th Ave., Miami, Florida Intend* to
register .-aid name with the < rk of
ih,- Circull Coui' "i I ade Cou
I -l. .1 i.ti..
SAIL MAM I'.l.l.
Sole >W nel
:. :<. : J-'.-l0
Midwest Tells
Higher Earnings
Midwest Mortgage Co. this month
reported earnings in I960 increased
some $235,000.
With a total net worth of almost
four and one-quarter million dol-
lars. Midwest is one of the strong
financial institutions of its type in
j the country.
During 1960. Midwest added over
[20 million dollars in servicing
; through closing and acquisitions,
with a year-end servicing volume
] in excess of 95 million dollars.
Dr. lehrman to Install
Forty-Niners of Temple Emanu-
1 El will hold its installation supper
j on Wednesday evening, in Sirkin
: Hall. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of the congregation, will
I install the new officers and board
; members who will serve during
; 1961-62.
BG to Address UIA
By Special Report
NEW YORKJoseph Meyerhoff.
general chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, announced Wed-
nesday that Israel Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion will address a
special dinner meeting of UJA of-
ficers, cabinet members and top
leadership at the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel on May 31.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 5417
BARBARA DANKER,
Plaintiff,
V.-.
FRED THOMAS DANNER.
1 defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: PKHDTHoMAS DANNER
1200 Maryland Avenue
Si Louis, Missouri
You FRED THOMAS DANNER are
hereb) notified that a Kill 111" Com-
plaint i"i' Divorce has been flleii
against you. ami you arc required to
serve a copy of ynur Answer m" Plead-
ing 1.. the Mill of Complaint mi the
plaintiff's Attorney. ANGELO A. Al.l.
100 Almdey Building, Miami S2, Flor-
ida, aid file the original Answer or
Pleading in the. office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on r before the
26tll day of .lane. 1961. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the rellel de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive ueeks
in Till: JEWISH I-l.oiill HAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 23rd da\ oi May, A.I)
1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dude County, Florida
.>.:.!> B) : M CAVALARIS,
1 >eputy clerk
A NO Kl.o A. AM
cm Alnsley Building
Mtnml :::. Florl la
At tome} for Plaintiff
5 26, 8 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, des ring 1 Ir
business under the fictitious name of
I'l.AVMATKS at Dade Couni Intend
to register aald name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
STAN lit." |.M
AL GADOL
5/26. 6/8-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'lIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
ol COLONIAL HOMES at 21 South
Kriime Avenue, Homestead, Florida,
intends to register sal I name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court -if Dade
County. Florida
RICHMOND CORPORATION,
0 -' '"'ner
J. DAVID LTEBMAN
Attorney for Appllcunt
.'1 S. Krome Ave Homestead, Ha.
5 26, 6 f -1 f
OLi
it u a r 1 c s
DOBERT LIVINGSTON
1 l..- NW :' at died -May 19.
',: -i s ago from A1 -
11 .i He I and ipei ated Llvlng-
Motoi the oldest u- .1 cai agen-
kl Mil s.,rkiviiii are Ins wife.
1 .1 Bon -, I. 11 and Sol n
her, lemon; tw sisters, Mrs.
I' ..'.! and Mi -s Dor s Living
mi 1' 'in gran Ichlldren Ser>
aim Ma) 22 in lordon Funeral
JOHN C. KEEFER
v ilerl I. in i.e. Miami Be H I
Ma) 9 He ca n here elertii
,., mil ta where he
red gas c impany sei v Ice
ii- I9 survived bj his wife,
Sei Ices w.-.e Muj 22 In New-
t Home
SAMUEL LIE8ERMAN
" rldl in ave Miami Beach,
la. 2 He cm ie here 13 y< -
from \-w Yor- Surviving are
[lfe, Mary, ami three sons. Serv-
May tl m Riverside Me-
'' "I Cha !, Washington ave,
I ISRAEL DIAMOND
S8, of S746 Chase ave, Miami Beach,
1 .ii,'..! Ma> IT He :an e here 21 ye irs
ago from Brooklyn and was a retired
builder, Surviving ire three sons,
loseph, Sam .:"! Dr. Jack, and a
dauahti r, Mrs .- >nj 1 G ivlin Sen -
Ices were Maj 19 In Riverside Me-
morial Chapel, Washington ave.
ALEXANDER ELSON
AS, of 8t>o i.o..r 1 da -' died Ma) 11
in Rome, Ital). w hi e m a tour of
Europe. He came Cor il Gable*
from N'.-w York seven years ago and
whs a retin i man 1 icl irer He "
n, rii ii\ e m- ier of Ma inlc 1.....B'
SurvH Ing are h wife Mar) a son.
Vim.in. .1 daughl r. Mrs Gertrude
Harold; two brothers, Harry and
Herman; and three grandchildren
>,. m, es were Ma) L8 In Riverside
Memi rial Chapel, 1 o .-i rd
ABRAHAM MUSIKOFF
Wesl 1 v.- Miami Beach,
Mil) ".!. He came here eislil
r' 1 from New York. Surviving
two -ons, including Joseph I-
". and a daughter, Mrs. Helen
ci'stein. Berviees were Maj '-"-' '"
"ii Funeral Home
MRS FANNIE STERLING
'I 2." w St., Miami Beach, died
19, srie came here eiuhl years
from Baltimore Surviving are
h isb ind, Mom-- two daughtei -
Ann- iiiTKiiun and Mrs. Ruth
r '!; ani two hoi 1 Services were
19 in Rivera de Cemorlal Chapel,
Ulaw rd.
mrs. flora taub
sw 13 a 1 ed Ma> '-
mi here 11 v ., a
S .1 and a niembi
I'le j ,! Surviving
' er hnslmn-l, Hal 1 two '
|rm and I.t
' -1" h ndchil Iren It es "
m 10.1 iion n iral H
LEE E. HOWARD
in of 8988 Bav dr, son of the vice
mavor of S ,rf> de, 'I eH May 17 in an
lUtomobile accident. He came here
10 years neo from New York. Sur-
viving are his parents, Mr. ami Mrs
1..... i> Howard; two brothers, David
.mi Peter; and his maternal grand-
narents, Mr. and Mrs. loon Lelbowlts.
Services were May l* i" Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle
MRS. ROSE KAUFMAN
"4 of 'i4 Nil Fifth St., died May IT.
Sh came from New Y< rk S6 years
ago Surviving are two da^ughters.
Mrs Sheila Welnstock Bfld Mrs. Mae
Gordon: three grandchildren and six
Breat-grandchildren Services were
Mn) ,s in Gordon B^neral Home.
MRS EVA STERN
- I ... 1081 NE 167 st NO. Miami
;:..,. h dii I Mi 17 She came here
,, s..,-. .,,.. from Philadelphia and
ivas m. -: r I Be h Corah C .1 "
are hei


1 Funeral
Home
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 6IC 5477
JOSEPH BENEDICT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THERESA BENEDICT,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: THERESA BENEDICT
IT French Street
New llrunswick. New Jerset
You THERESA BENEDICT are
hereb) notified that a Bill 01 Com
plain! for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer 01
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys, Goldman.
Goldstein ler Street. Miami :'.',. Florida and fiU
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before tiie 26th da) ol
June, 1961. If you fail to do so, Judg-
ment b) default will be taken again*)
you for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
Tin.- notice hall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
m THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami
Florida, this 24th day of May, a l>
1961.
E i: LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
1 seal) By: HELEN KESKl.ER,
Deput) Clerk
1 loldman, loldstein & Pa 1I1
2303 West Hauler St.
Miami ::", Florida
\ 1 u a, > -- for Plaintiff
:. 26, 8 2-9' 16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PIONEER LUMBER ENTERPRISES'
at 1160-100th Street. Ray Harbor Is-
land. Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of tiie Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MOSAM CORP.
By: M L Copperaian, President
HARRY 7.1 KKKNICK
Attorney for Ow ner
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
". 26, fi 2 -M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names ol
,,f PARK'S REFRIGERATION \ All:
CONDITIONING SERVICE: I'AUKS
\li: CONDITIONING SERVICE:
PARK'S VIR CONDITIONING al 7i>
\ w -_ ".ill Stn (' >f M laml In
1 ul- to reglsttr said names with the
lit Courl or l>a.l-
Count). Florida
CHARLESO PVRKH
(lEORGE, VMES Rl PTER
,.. 1. Parks '
\\ 1st si M 1 1 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HANDY WASH at 310R N.W ^Tth
Ave., Miami. K"'.i Intend to register
-aid name with the Clerk ol the Cir-
cuit Court ol Dade County, Florida
CURTIS S HASTINGS
K DELIGHT HASTINGS
Sole 1 la ners
CAIN & isis
Attorneys for Applicants
.".'i W Flagler St
-. 26, 6 8-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5349
SARA 13. DENNIS,
Plaintiff,
\ s
1:1 i\\ \i:i> M BI'CHANAN 11 '
HETTY I BUCHANAN, his > I
1 lefendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl >: I :DW Vltl) M Bl 'il \\ VN ind
BETTY I) Bl 'HAN VN, his u
Residence 1'nknuwn
Vol. and EACH l>F YOU. ARIfl
HEREBY SOTIFIED that a Com-
plaint To Foreclose Mortgage on the
following des, rili...I prnpert)
Lots 13 and 11. Block 1. FIRST
ADDITION To IIIAI.CAII HoMK-
SITEH, according to the Plat there
of, recorded in Plat Book 18, jt
Page ::t ..I the r ibllc Rec >rds .f
Dade County, Florida, together wi'h
the Improvements thereon and the
furniture, fixtures and equipment
therein
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a cop) ol your
Answer or Pleading to the Complain!
upon Plaintiff's attorney, 11 ROB-
ERT Kot.TNoW. 529 West Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in tho
Office of Ih- Clerk of the Circuit
Court mi or before the 26th duy of
June. l!>"il If von fail to do BO, Judg-
ment by Default will he taken against
you for the reliel demanded In th
I 'omplaint.
DATED at Miami, lode County,
Florida, this 22nd da) of May, 1961.
E. Ii. LEATHERMAN
clerk of 1 'Ircuit Court
Hade '.".in \, Florida
(seal) By: E. H LANWAV
11. n\ 1 'lerk
II ROBERT KOl.TNOW
Attorney for Plaintiff
:.y.' West Flagler St.
Miami. Florida
:. 26, fi J -'-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52588-A
IN RE: Estate >!
IlKI.I.i: RIKF
I leeeaseil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate;
You are hereb) notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and demands
which you ma) have against the es-
tate of BELLE RIKF deceased late
if Hade Count). Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in ther Offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse i'> Dade County, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barred.
Isaac RIFF,
1 Ixecutor.
HARRY M. ROSS, Attorney
913 Ainsle) Bids Miami ::.. 1" .
5 26 6 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52825 B
IN RE: Estati
HYMAN LURIE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pers ma Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You..ir,- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and demands
which you m:ii have against the t-
tat..... HYMAN LURIE, deceased i/e
.,1 Dadi i-1 irlda, to tl>e cin-
t) Judges of Dad
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To Al.l. To WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, OREETnSOS:
Whereas, HOWARD A MEYERS,
MIAMI. FLORIDA; LAWRENCE I.
HOLLANDER, MIAMI, FLORIDA;
MARTIN D. KAHN. MIAMI. FLOR-
IDA did on the 30th day of March,
A.D. 1961, cause to be Incorporated
und.r the provisions of Chapter ;'-,
Florida Statutes, A-l ANSWERING
SERVICE, INC. OK NORTHSIDE
corporation, with its principal pla
of business at Miami. DADE COUN-
TY, In the state of Florida, and
whereas the stockholders of such cor-
poration did on the 1 : tIt da) of May,
A.D. 1961, cause to be filed in the
office of the Secretao of state of the
state of Florida, a Consent of all the
stockholders under the provisions of
said Chapter i>"\ Florida Statutes,
showing the dissolution such cor-
poration.
Now. therefore, the Secretary ^
St.it. does hereb) eertlf) to the for-
going and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
plied with,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set m> hand and have
a'fixed the Greal Seal of tho
s'tate of Florida, nl Tallahai-.
the Capital, this the NINE-
TEENTH da) of MAY, A.D. 1961.
(seal) TOM A 1>AMS,
Sei etar) of State
r, 26 :i
the same m their offices In Coun-
t) Coin t house in I 'al- "ounl Flor-
ida, w Ithln el jhl calend u ionl hs
from the date of the first pub itlon
1 hereof, 01 ime will be barr I
HARRY Ji >SEPH LL'RIE
MARALENE Ll'RI !
A.- Exec 11 the Estate if
in in in Lur '' 1 -
VIYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
B) Louis Helm 1 n
Attorne) s for I Ixe "it" irs
I l.'.'i S.W 1 Btl
Miami 36, Florid 1
;. 26, 8 J -!-1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52730-B
IN RE: Estate of
.1 \ck MIL.LER
I deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah creditors an-i mi Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which you ma) have against the es-
tate of JACK MILLER deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
tj Judges ol 1 ade !ount). md lie
the s'nie in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the dite of the first publication
hereof, or I '- s nil- Will h- t'.ilTe 1
SAMUEL BLANK
CIER VLD -i i ::.i" N MILLER
LOUIS HOIMA N
\ ;-, of the Estate of
Jack Mill" ised
MYER8, HEIMAN ,v KAPL \ --
Lou I
1 \ Fift)
1150 S.W -
8
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52676-S
IN RE: IState of
M W ALTSCHULLKR
1 leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ai I XII Persons Hav-
ind file I Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
V .a. and eni h f you in
notified and requ ed present iny
claims and deman 1- hli h >u, or
.it her of > OU mi' h.i\ i Igalns
.state of MAX ALTSCHULLRR Ie
ci ased late of i a Ie i' >unt) FI >rld <.
to the Honorable Count)
I la.ie 'ounl > : nd file I he same n
their offices In the "ount) Courtl
in Had,- County, Florida, within lght
calendar months from th da ft s
first publics lion hereol Sa d claims
or demands to contain the legal ad -
dress of the claimant and to !>< sworn
to and presented as ifores 111 it
same will he ban -1 M Sei Ion
73J.16 of the 1946 Probate Act.
Dated Miiv ::, A i> ll'rtl.
IDA Al.TSCIIIl.l.Ki:
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of MAX Al.TSCHCL-
LER, Deceased,
KOVNER .v MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Ida Altschuller,
Executrix.
5 --12-19-8S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I i engag In
business under the fictitious nan
VXELROD ENTERPRISES .it 1170-
iiijnd street, Bo) Harboi isla.id, Mi-
ami, l-loiida Intend to real
name with the Clerk .of the i 'ire lit
i 'linn of I lade Count) .* Floi ri i
JACK VXEI ROD
REI'PEN VLEXR" D
Sole
s'HFVIN. GOODMAN . Attoi ne) at l a w
I4S 8e) bol IBu
Miami -'.'. Florl i
Attorne) b for I
Rueben Axelrod.
B) S) Ivan N i;



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by. May 26. 1961 +Jmrtsti fhrfdfatrj Page 9-A Heart Experts To be Featured A demonstration of the newest Assn's li t edw tee; method of restarting the hearts ol Dr W Jape raylor : ; i %  i w rI victims of cai lia emerg nci s its of i loi rman ol the without resorting to the drastic Florida H Assn I method of opening the chest wall education committee; Dr. P will featun in for Scheinberg, th U'nivei if physicians at Die Carillon hotel on Miam med ilty; 'Saturday mornii also ol Uni. uersity of Miami the sessions, part ol the 12 annual assembly ol th.Florida Heart : • • r "-' %  '• Assn., will share the morning's billehiel mi Heart ing with.a concurrent session for >' Kugei, Milaymen 0 eneral subject ol •'•' • % %  % % %  %  • ... 1. PI '.. %  •• \ 1 -," 1 11 H Hi' ( J > i •< at rten class of Co:a' V. ."• -. will • re its fini on -.ing. Fror.t tow are Elai Marc Putterman, lanis K: Jennifer Green, Scctt Robinson, rber, Debort Bernard Roth, A:, .s. Mid ile row are John Mallah, ; K I cobs, Jav Nerove. Bill ;n, Rcoeri Mutter, Sharon Lcr. 1 %  : S rarl Smith, Erwyn Solomon. B.~;.-: row are kindergarten assistant Mrs. Dave rt in, Irene Renner, Morry Spitzer, Randy : at, Steven Kingsberg, ven Dickson, Phyllis Kass kindergarten .: and school >r Mrs. Nathan Lamon. Missing ere Michael Nevel and Bush. Registration is now being ac•c. for fall nursery pre-kindergarten, and iing readiness kindergarten classes. stroke. Repi rtin Frani Di I Foraki r .1 %  lint search project I Jack ir. 1 1 mar Cn 1 Univi 1 'loriri %  been doii heart n '.:.• ,:.under a F .111 the Assn, 1 irt A an d Dr. Robert ol hi • '• ecture ye .1 r •i 1 Dr. • • %  %  eeting ol S... 1. ... '.ithe L'niversitj il Mi• Societ; on >i ami n il school; and James M. n, PhD. an i Dr. Milton S. -.. 1 %  ith of N tional Children's Car I ic Hospital in Miami. Dr Sasl • is a past prc.-uicnt of i Trip to Israel," shown on slides by %  : ll '.-,.. SOF %  i\ Savings an I Loan am will also include \ •en-Gurion Blasts Anerican Zionists Again the Florida Heart Assn. and currently chairman of its young scientists ho will discuss various aspi ol the stroke problem Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ja k Davis. \ • office) :' ss Mil pre ident; Charles Tamarkin president; Molli s Kahn, treasui ei ; Thelma Miller, recording secretaCcntiruid From Pag? 1-A oment was % %  • •%  .1 to hit the I t movement The Pri ". is ter rel irted that did not cla m Jo 1 1 nt \ an Jewry and he pro : to read into the I • • • cor! the full text of his ,)i the I % %  it declaration ortgnally publ 1950 when Mr. ilaustein me! with hnn for the first time T ie por-.cei • unit d n of the Jewlion reil ; yiat the only politish • • : %  H( -' a,!,! d include Dr. Daniel R. Usdin,"of Jackry; and Charolotte Shurin, corresonville, chairman of the 11. • spondine secretary ical loj al Ann rican Jew *as to the Sta and that the dei • r rael was one whu : .. only byeach Jew for hims The Pri n M >ter said that there was 1. %  %  liction I eIwei n the sta %  1982 stauts law • •.' tha law conJ lie f^alms CONVALESCENT HOME MIAMI'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN HOME built expressly for individual care of the convalescent, chronic and geriatrics patient. Completely air-conditioned • The finest nursing staff Spacious, garden-like grounds • Modera-e rates • Recreational areas indoors and outdoors Member National Geriatrics Society. SAMI EL E RED1 I thai %  Zior sts refused to' com I r i| h cause they con! tl % %  %  •''• • Americans. Mr, BjrvG'jr;;;! insisted that Zio-ism -t3nt the centering of th jewivh cpop'e in Israel and that if I Zionist Organization of America and others accepted this but said that Zionism did not impose a personal duty for Aliyah. "then they say empty words." He =>dded that no one renresc-teo American Jewry because American Jewry was unorganized. This, he said, included the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. "I have spoken with American Jews on all kinds cf subjects, he said, adding that Mr. Blaustcin "is not one of those Zionists who are called Zionists in America. In my eyes. they. too. are not Zionists." He declared tha; he knew "of only one, Zionist in America I would call a Zionist And I will not give his name. !ii does not think of himseli : American. He thinks of himself a a Jew. He think a v different .:. an and b< ing a No %  %  1 ••• ali; in on othi r said, If Jev s nder dun ss come to 1 ive a full Jewish life, and only : this is Zio was frequei rupted bj 1 marks i from the a di bate of un' .Ay. 'there was n the proposed pl< .,! on the issue 1 would I. 14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy. Tel. Wl 5-7631 Miami 61, Florida ywvw^^wr^wvw^-w***** For a wonderful Vacation Adventure In the cool and scenic Blue Ridge Mountains Altitude 2,500 ft. joe IKuoin s OSCEOLA LAKE INN On Beautiful Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N.C. • Finest Jewish-American Cuisine • little Chiefs Children's Day Camp • Filtered swimming pool and wading PJ • Band-Dancing Entertainment nightly • Golf (special rates) All sports • Moderate rates-reduced in June and Sept. • Write for free brochure Stu Rubin i i i < < NEW YORK CITY for i-nporfant business and leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE for '1 mnd'thccloi •'. entertainment ar.d citywide convenience HOTEL WOODSTOCK Albert Fernadez. General Mgr. for top'fhght accommodations & service — Cocktail Lounge & Restauant 129 WEST 43 ST. for full color brochure tingles: $6 $8 doublet: $10 $13 JUDSON 2-5000 for immediate confirmation of your Woodstock reservation LEO EISEKSTEIN'S PLATFORM TO BOOST BEACH BUSINESS MIAMI BEACH is ot a crossroads — Our oconomy is sagging and needs to bo strengthened and revitalized— our City Government must find solutions to problem! that have been by-passed in the post—to do this wo must hove strong business representation on our City Council. Here is whot I propose to do as your reprtsentotive. TOURISM — Establish by oct of the City Council a MIAMI BEACH TOURIST AUTHORITY patterned after the highly successful Port of New York Authority which revitalized that city's post-war expansion of focilities. Provide the new MIAMI BEACH TOURIST AUTHORITY with funds to vigorously promote Miami Beach, its hotel ond convention facilities. TAXES — Hold the line on taxes for residents of Miami Beoch but expect that businessmen with on urgent stake in our community's economy will contribute to revitalizing our neglected tourist promotion i SERVICES — Toke such steps as may be necessary to force Metropolitan Government to give Miami Beoch its foir shore of county services in proportion to the overwhelming tax burden carried by our City's residents ond businessmen, or to reduce toxes. I ZONING — Keep strictly within the highest zoning standards to preserve the chorocter of our City ond to fiqht in the Courts any ond oil selfish ottemots to violate or chonge our zoning regulations for the benefit of any private interest. ) SEPARATE COUNTY — Continue and strengthen our effort to be a separate county, which is so important to our economy. Only in this way can we get our just ond due shore of dollar value for dollars spent. ELECT Thfrt II wily Ml tltttlM this ynr. Jutt 6th — • nm tft tl surt It cist ywr tilt JMM 6th. 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Pago 12 A +Je*lstrkridHan Sam Goldstein Takes Temple Israel Helm; Harris Steps Down After Two Terms Sam A Goldttoln "•i v elected I'M" iiinii iii Omplf lirael of Greater Miami .11 the 3Mh 1001101 mooting HI I he Reform Jewish eaogreiation He aucreoda h •' 11.11 1 In, wlin si 1 \ ni 1 wo terms Mao hint ailed by l>> Jon ph K N.iini were Ihc following us iiiiv Elliott D. Blumenthal. Sam Luby, tr., Harold Thorman and Louis E. Wolf son, vice presidents; Stuart S. Gordon, secretary, David Hochberj;, financial seci.M.iry; Lewis I. Serbin, treasurer; Gus Feuer, assistant treasurer; Sam C. Levenson, honorary trustee. Mun .i\ Apt< Ibauoi, !> W Apte, Myron Behrmao, David Catsoiao, Max L'ojjen, Joseph Garfield, N;i 1 >.ui s (lUmenlck, Mas Holtsberg, slberl I Jacobs, Mrs Aaron Kan nor, Wallet Kovncr, Harold Lan field, A I. Sadler, Beo Novack, 1 en Kose, jr Kobcrl Russell, Jay Scltwartt, \ilin Herbert Scbel and Henry K Wolff. Irustei VUMII.IIN pro* ilenti who look office included Mrs iJi 1 lira ham. Sisterhood: Jesse L'asselhoff, Men'* Cub and Arthur Smith, lYmplc Youth, >. „:-h II) l> '.' • 111 1 I Of lilt' till Hi .. • %  .ijtue. on ... \ .'' l.i .'.;!; 1 M '. Wish Hi 111 V: s uii Hospital, %  I Ann rieai Hebrew Con tations Cit) o\ Miami B< ach Personnel Board. Miami Beaeh Judea Will Install Officers v-r ml msl ilUi ol new uffi i • s ,'i IVmpli i< a w ill he held :". .; inoi 1 .'•.. % % %  fAiesdoj e> • ins at !, Mgiei hotel Rabbi Irving Lchrotan, spu li ;.',-: ,". Omplf Kmanu Fl. will be \ %  •. soeoker R ihbi W ill am s.; PWItl NtOTOth r %  %  : :' % %  R Iheast I Lmeri Hebrew C 1 MIS 0 ill n .tl Beo Kv-ci as pr> SHII 11 M \c-r pli '. die* 0*N> t te I wto l to d *'* V iv toReitei Mid lu ##| WNitlOl >e pmMtnt* D< Soorgt BJI fcrr &f *•> \Kt\c 1 A pj>< i' Knajnciol MC rotary, Sidncj Richman, treasurer; Mrs \ David Goldberg, Sisterhood president: Charles Rosenberg Ri (iihei %  .'..: f -11->".out Kssen i< ;i past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, was .i trustee of Hillel Founn on the I'niversrty of M campus, is paat paster of Hibiscus Moaoak Lodge and past district depot; grand master of the loth II strict ol Florida SAM GOLDSTEIN Taxpayi rs' fcssn M Boa 1 iamb< 1 erci The new Tfmolp Israel president also served as pro West Paim Beach. He recently stepped down as president of the South Florida Federation of UAHC. \ % %  th e of Atlanta G Istein is married to ih f< rm t Lena Clein. I Atlanta ITiej iree chilBurton and Charles who live in Mian Mrs Blanche Ross, a resident of Harrison. N V REPHUNS HEBREW BOOK STOKE w" .•,-' %  V -' 1 OHesfl ... Itofcrta X S to HMH | VS %  •.> •" V .-. | *r j| • *,'• CANTOR WANTED Hifft •• .• dA>> ".-• C.--.".---O~ V -JI: .," .-.-.• • x •• .: > r >: : I •. .r '. %  '.-.,\ .• i '. r .• .• 1 •.• •,• f %  : ..-. .I .• •: I %  ? ..-./. .r IM t JK s * A .tm S-.^ V £ < G*ANtTE MEMORIAL ARTS e s. %  HI st-M %  : %  ; .' Academy Will Lay Cornerstone B. 1. Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy, announced this I week that the corn*istone-laying ceremonies marking the beginning of construction of the new school buildings, will be held on Sunday June 4. 10 a.m.. en the new building site, Pinetree dr. and 24 stLabel K;:t;. national president of B'nai B'rith, expect* I in Miami to deliver the keynote address at the B5th annual convention of B'nai B'rith, District 5. will be guest speaker al th< ceremonies Cornerstone will be d< dicatod by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky. Luncheon will ti at the Fontainebleau t<' Rabbi Mexani 1 r Gross, principal ol th Hebrew Academy, obv, :\, d thai "1 h : .-". r:c event is .m occasi • and for I %  %  ksgiving." GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami Fia. H.A^N GORDON KSS .:\•vE GORDON r %  -:•-. : ?tc*ca Memorial for Mr$. ^ Mrs. Irving Liftman, pre -., Pioneer Women's cinh ? fn f jces a memorial meetiui m | of Mrs. Mollie Witner, fcj? |away recently. T h n^ !be held on Tu< %  >, ,> fVer ', Washington Federal 1244 *• %  i ton ave. Irving Liftma. ^ guest speaker. Chanin Unveiling JACK CHANSN SUNDAY MAY 28 t 1 p.m. ..: :. : %  j Mi • .. ;\. \ Ml I --:'...' I %  .' Ci %  Mr. : MrI %  K: .. : : • _-f : Kriegel Unveiling f SADIE KRIEGEL • -:• •-:-••. ... i Mi. SUNDAY MAY :s Hill !' PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish lm '^k Monument K J| Builders" 1 Exclusive Direr "ROCK OF -3ES" FAMILY ME MORIAIS %  fififfi • c i -t in hWi J %  is. i •. rind 1 Ja ^ Kf* • e flPvr—rH C 1 .( %  %  Scheduled L'nveiiings SUNDAY, MAY TE 1961 Mi. Nebo ttmtttry SOLOMON PfSTEIN i2 Neon JEAN RABINOWIT: 12:45 p.m. Lakeside Mcacriol Pork Ccmefcv JACK CHANIN. 1 p.m. Rtbh Mt. Sinai H trn trial fork OSCAR SWEET, 1:3C p.m. Md 7 ri %  %  : PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 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Frre 6-A *Jenisf fkrtf&r Friday \ •^^n Miami Joins Debt Liquidation ffa %  0 Hebrew Acace—v fifth rrader. Henry Mannheimer sor. of "': and Mrs. Milton Mannheimer 1014 W. 4" ct. Miami Beach presents = check z: S2S2 on behalf of the students o: Hebrew Academy to Sam J. Heiman president cf the Sreatex Miami Jewish Federation. According :o Rabbi Alexi.i: 5 Grass principal the monsy wo raised a: z Purim crmival r.-'.z annually by Academy s'uaer::;on behalf c: the Cent -Z-Tiez Jewish Appeal. New Edition Of Talmud E • ;aec ia Reac-* I 5 May n m if the Tei %  s M. 1 Ith 25 :,. Imted %  %  over a per = Appee --•? %  ish Afera fl,rr< :*'C.:nnrrtd ci :?-'> ~ retaticn to the p is for ***e ci' :mmigra s and their Justice Thornal To be Specker • %  Thcma • -1 ling of Jewish Vocational S '•'• • mi Springs Vil las • iscuss com munitj n %  : : b placi Mrs. Gerald P nan c: the meetirjS en appohj airman of the awards which ii tde Barni Ben stein, Cle:%  r. .' Fr.r.. '.. ::: \ T arr; Rusku entof 1 CJ T.i ::.:: award c:.. %  po rt Harris rman i th< minating and com • • : ...... mrmttei H ":• %  Sarr Si rector cf i g ofj I-idore : i mist, th< L'I I Jew,%  Aseney %  com.I t paid '. %  5 :•L'nited v. %  is I pr i .... id back : .. %  ?..--• N • M •-. • Par Mi; N iiona] sk I Wi ': Bank In loan pa\gp ii "This loa .. rnil< si : :-.B; %  throj Israi • I : I:. I j i ll Uchcivim!.. To the American Quality of Greatness! American ingenuity created the largest susi ension bridge in the world! American skill created the world's finest tasting whiskey! t"neurrs s *? akfll the masterfisl blendinr of Arnerf. ea" greatest whisk -pirit. give* t<;


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PH ^WM-' r -w^^mMmm Mcy 26. 1961 ^Jenisii norUdfian Page I3-B Jjar morning ser3 Rabl i %  ing. venth grade ; Rii iera Jui ol i Cl b i • as b< en Hebn I for is ... .-i \ %  ( nth 5 ; arents are Mr. Hi Brook • Mr Mrs. Jack F i liami. tea Henry Stevens Lehn ... will officiate : Henry Wal: I ai %  Mrs, Th< i luring Saturday mon i I rade stu •ion in his honor s home Meredith Rand Saturday morning services, May 27. a! Temple Kmanu-El will include the Pas Mitzvah of Meredith. Iter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Hand. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Meredith is a seventh grade student a: Ida M. Fisher Junior High • ember of the Junior National r Society. she attends the i religious school. %  %  ing si rvic< s, a recei her 1 onor v ill be held in sirkm E!i Sandier Gross pi incipal I Hebn Acai > my, will ofliciate • :•'. r Mitzvah of Eli Mi son i: Mr ai d Mrs. Hyman Sandal K esi h [srael Congregation on Saturdaj n orning, Maj 27. I Ii is .. seventh grade student at the Hebrew Academy. A reception :n his honor will be held on Sunday ai his home, 5310 La Gorce dr. Niles Rosen Niks son of Mr. and Mrs. George Rosen, will be liar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. May 2". at Temple Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. The Bar Mitzvah attends Nautilus Junior High and is a student of the Temple's religious school. Open house reception in his honor will be held in his home Saturday evening. His grandmother. Mrs. Tillie London, and grandfather. Abraham Rosen, both of New York, will attend. Robert Klinger Temple Ner Tamid will be the site of the Bar Mitzxah of Robert Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Klinger, on Saturday morning. May 27. with Kabbi Eugene Labowitz officiating. Robert is a student at Nautilus Junior High and attends the Temple's religious school, His parents will hold a reception in his honor at their home. 92G4 Bay dr.. Surfside, on Saturday morning. • • • Lawrence Merer Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will ofliciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence, son of Mrs. Sally Merer, of 7304 Carlyle ave., and George E. Merer. Washington. DC. at Temple Menorah on Saturday morning, May 27. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at the Temple's religious' school and attends Nautilus Jrmior High. Dandy Makovsky Lawrence Merer : ~T-*v Robert Kiinjcr W./es Rosen tIi Sandier Gerald Cohn Cohen Tours Business Areas Cilmi Wolfie Coh(r. this •• r< th city's isiness rig with m rcha stress) eed for such e M agent %  • atheri If ycu %  1st be hos %  c( unciln : I i • iimil; ol one sooi %  • yon n I betti r us 1 Tots in Closing Program Temple Emanu-El's Nursery School, under the supervision ot Mrs. Naomi Brandeis. will hold it 1 dosing exercises for the term on Friday morning at the Temple's North Branch bldg., 77 st. and Dickens ave. Children will participate in a special program reviewing the year's work. Glazed Bits By Barney Glazer HOLLYWOOD — Rumors have been flying that Eddie Fisher. who is currently working his first singing engagement in almost two years, is "all washed up." After box office returns from his current engagement at Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn. las Vegas, the only thins washed up is the hotel's former attendance record. That's noi bad for a vocalist reported wallov ing helplessly in the l ottom oi .. herring b; rrel. There are g< od reasons why 1 %  s not bi en working for ;. months. Many forgi I just prior to Elizabi !h Taylor ci Meal illness, E Id fered .. appe; dicitis attack in : %  %  i n i i • ii r sur ?ry. Ev< n i ef< r< Eddie w as coi pleteb recovered from his setback. Liz suddenly began to ail. Fisher lived on raw courage and gave no thought to working. He canceled many lucrative commitments with the Palladium and Pigalle in London and with the BBC who planned three television specials. Just before he left ior England with Liz. Fisher felt with justification that he definitely wanted out of television. He felt no misgivings when his NBC-TV program, alternating with George Gobel. was not renewed. Contrary to a rumor which still persists. Fisher was not canceled out by the network because of alleged adverse public opinion about his marital split. Gobel similarly was not renewed. Since his return from London. Eddie has been as busy as a moth in a lighthouse. His newrecording firm. Ramrod Records, was doing exceptionally well with its first album. Eddie imported Colin Rom off. the famous Broadway vocal director, coach, and arrangi r whom he regards as a genius. Then he obtained a sound stags at 20th-Fox, cinched, his belt, and knuckled down to "working his instrument' as In prefers to describe it. running scales and subjecting himself a.> his own taskmaster, eight hours a day. seven days a week to the intensive practice bit This quest for improvement stemmed from Eddie's realization that the good Lord had blessed him with a voice box as rich as the Mother Lode, but he had ne\er done a thing about it, other than to present songs in the most euphonious way he knew how. Realizing he lias i A devel oped wider vocal IN sions, Eddie is firm in his resolve to eon tinue with a mon cull repertoire. .Mings he never dared tc attempt, such as :'.. : .. "The Westside Story." He still retains standards but even there his arrangements are far beyond anything he has previously approached. After making his film debut ;i~ an actor in "Butterfield 8." Eddie activated his own motion picture production company. Ram rod Productions, and has several projects in the mill at 20th-F< -. where he is his own of tice This is strictlj a,.an fr< i his wife's activities on the.van i '. it ..:;(! he stands firmly on his own I feel If finds i worthwhile ve [or Liz, Fisher w ill hai to < onfi i" '.• ith her agent Kurt Frings iust like any other ambi tious producer. Despite a deadly press thit i mj II >• d astounding manipulate of the truth and placed him in ;he unusual spot ot defending :ns own wife against public ostracism. Eddie is at peace. isn't fighting anyone, has no delusions of grandeur, and retains a sharp sense of humor. His adhesive relationship with the girl who is the mainspring in h:s life and her three children is sensational "in spite of everyone." The couple celebrated their wedding anniversary May 12 and thereby frustrated the experts of the ITcld-You-So School. 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,M I I A + kUtnctijnr Friday, May 2S B.owu*, With %  > By HIURY MWPtlN S 1 A Fantastic Jcurney at Night Across Steep Ridges %  k .. %  • r • ... I'nitprt Sta't'-i when thev war a ., ..OUfl iMAKt >r MORN I NO t\ •••>•! lurnttH 1*0 ,.,. N... > I P...l.l.,l.. .1 v ..... ...% |4.Sd T ill (li.' ltl',l\l >l llill.'i I'.Vl ,.. ..,„. V\ I' II IU '<< 0 ''• „,u ,i i) wl I hi i i he ilehnoatuw ••< ,. ,,i,. ..i ii t ,| tin litith ill il hi i; '''' >* „..i ,.i iMI • llt< %  %  %  :> '' • •' '''•' 1,1. ,11.1. Itll > "> %  > •' i„,i, tiimi ..i I.I. • i ; „l, ,,.. .... 1,1 I II M. .1. U Mil I, I. „ T III. %  %  ... I II .... I II, 11)38 l %  • GtVMM %  ,.,, lt i younii lM,i .;,... inslttulo in Vienna He had a *ue. A ,. m ua.iu %  (.• rather protected S rl and J o ,,-.,, y.i .!...•.!• t\ Mtgnon who ... m il-. • %  •! ••'•"•< 1 lP* h siM hMV) PIMM east IV :... k luwrites presents a tactual I narrow .•. .i-.'-' ,so \ ears '• %  U %  ... finali) CM N X MtNfltf p> Mil ION FRItDMAN U.S. Jews Can't Isolate Selves from Problems A A I >* \ V. %  x %  %  \ \ \ • V %  • s • • • More Eichmann Views > • \ • %  ..... -. N-..,. for %  le United States when they wen (ortations would start in their villa. left their cabin in the middle of the night, • ie roundup by minutes, and set out for Ann ir plan was to walk across the mountain border • s -. itzerland. And this In a fantastic journey at night i %  ., steep ridges which dropped into precipitous s at their sides, carrying their daughttr in her ..i,; is what they proceeded to do — only to be by Swiss guards and escorted straight i .. tains %  i France. Waiting uni g, they then made the s V sini •' • rea Ij — 1 tell ... %  %  id terror and despera is in ctsoi f the tnp d '. • 51 i •: sens ; : fam %  — idllj : : •: condlt ... •• %  0'f the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIH V. ........ • \ ... .... V %  • ... ...--. ... ..-. •••.-• V v V • v • '• %  > \. J---V • %  -• I • %  • ....%  %  Toynbee Proves Point • A NO THS POINT hi ::: nonsense We baTt .r. ~.-.i ?: : Toynbee, thi .r-.^: --;IT. t i: r.ume seemel ... tapressed :.• the abs lute verity of I ,c .: p-_re f*ct. D nataog -the tossthaaiim x Judaism-that he ] rre?ire-i U tts* his reputation •s bastonaa 7: ^^ tredi: it rr.ust bs r. bat after hu most :cc;.-.-:.. for -.-~ 'i or.e •._-%  %  %  v r-: fOTb -.\U %  I ^ H> | V N Keep Eye en Algeria Front sw ?* #*• % %  .. I X. ft Jfc, % 



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I Friday. May 26. 1961 +JewistincrMi&n Page 5-A Report Pope Pius Refused Assistance to Jews Continued from Pag* 1-A Switzerland, Mr. Harrison, reported to Secretary Hull; "The opinion prevails that the failure of the Holy See to protest publicly against Nazi atrocities is endangering its moral prestige and is undermining faith both in ihe Church and in the Holy Father himself. I have on a number of occasions informally reminded the Vatican of this danger and so have certain of my colleagues, but without result. The answer is invariably that the Pope hos already condemned offenses against morality in wartime and that to be specific now would only make matters worse." The U.S. Minister in Berne said ir his cable: "While I doubt very n uch ih;it the Pope can be moved to take the desired action, I canii see that the demarche could do a y harm and I believe it would c to reinforce the individual reminders that have heretofore i n made." Within 24 hours Mr Hull cabled lli< U.S. Minister lull authorization ir: view of the "incredible horrors" being perpetrated by the Nazis. Mr. Hull said: "You may also point 0 : the helpful effect of a condemnation on the part of the Pope in bringing about some check on the unbridled and uncalled for actions of the Nazi forces." On Oct. 16. 1942, Mr. Hull was officially informed through State Department channels that the Vatican had rejected American diplomatic efforts to achieve intercession by Pope Pius XII to help Polish Jewry. The Holy See informed Ambassador Myron Taylor, President Roosevelt's personal representative to the Vatican, of the Pope's position. The Vatican's view was 'b^t while the Pope had heard reports of anti-Jewish measures "up to the present time it has not been possible to verily the accuracy thereof." The Vatican's response came alter a detailed communication from Ambassador Taylor to t h e Cardinal Secretary of State i MagTemple Judea nursery-kindergarten will hold closing exercises at the Temple on Friday morning. Rabbi Morris Skop will be main speaker, with Cantor Herman Gottlieb presenting a group of Israeli songs. Tilden Corenblum, president of Temple Judea, will distribute diplomas. Left to right (top row) are kindergarten graduates: Mrs. Helen D. Cohen, school secretary; Cathy Askowitz, Elayna Center, Mitchell Rosen, Terry Goldberg, Gordon Shayne, Barry Davis, Donna Nevel, and Mrs. Nathan Selditch, kindergarten teacher. Bottom row are Wayne Rassner, Susan Katz, Judy Kessler, Robert Long, Diane Blackman, Deborah Barkowitz, and Steven Sussman. lione) which included documentation from the Jewish Agency for Palestine Geneva office and accounts of non-Jewish eye-witnesses of the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto and other mass murders. The communication sent to the Vatican said "It is a tragedy that the Polish population is being incited by the Germans against the Jews and the relationship between the Poles and the Jews has been aggravated to the last degree. In Lemberg this is particularly true." The United States Government thought the Vatican could try to reach "public opinion" to ame• EQUITY %  HOW TO UNLOCK IT Equity is the amount of money you have locked up in your home. Usually, you won't see it in cash unless you sell your house. But there is a way to unlock that often substantial sum and use it to make your home a nicer place in which to live. WASHINGTON FEDERAL can refinance your existing first mortgage and give you your cash equity to expand and moderniie your home. The added value and comfort of your home safeguards your investment ... and a WASHINGTON FEDERAL economical home loan keeps mortgage payments tailored to your budget. Want to know more? Call our Mortgage Loan Department. 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?rge 4-A vjewist fhridiar Friday, May R. B. is DMah Floridian CFFTCE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 336 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher 1EO MINDLIN Executive Editor Publlnl • % %  '. rv Friday Blw 1M7 by TH* Jewish FloriJiaa ai '• %  • N.E Sixth Btr*l Miami 1. F %  ...,.,•!.-Postace Paid >'. Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of t"e Jewish Telegraun Aqency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News S.r. ; c -. National Editorial Assn American A **"of Engl.sh-Jewish Newspaper*, and the Florida Press Assn. The .Ivwlsh Floridian d %  %  intee the K -' • h< • andlse adv. r! -~i • •ilumn* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upcn Request ISRAEL BUREAU Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel PAY U. BINDER Corresponded Volume 34 Number 21 Friday, May 26. 1951 11 Sivar. 5721 When Two Statesmen Meet Last time Prime Minister Ben-Gurion came tc the United States, he was ushered in through e back door of the White House for an unecheduled meeting with President Eisenhower. This time, there is r.o secrecy. President nnedy's stcff several days ago confirmed the pointment between the two heads of state n xt Tuesday in New York. Rowdy Arab groups may be just as noisy c d provecative in their protests as they were : t.-.e occasion of the last meeting, but they uve no official sanction implied in the ministration's uncontrolled discomfort arisg out of a necessarv but tasteless diplomatic Presumably, President Kennedy is showi: g none of the embarrassment his predecessor 'I at the arrival of Mr. Ben-Gurion, and perr ps this bodes well for some overdue anges in U.S. policy toward Middle Eastern c.fairs — changes promised by the President : "ing his campaign for office back in August, I1S0 An unconfirmed rumor indicates that the Israel Prime Minister may ask President Kenredy to consider the reactivation of the 1953 i .partite Agreement guaranteeing Israels present borders. This would indeed be an -.-portune time for such a request — on the eve C the President's departure for meetings road with President de Gaulle and Soviet b jwig Nikita Khrushchev. The Tripartite Agreement, whose signaIcries included the United States, Britain and France, went out the window following the October, 1956 Suez-Sinai campaign, in which p O of the major powers pledged to protect € isting borders were involved in a military : rtion that necessarily violated them. But the agreement had really died before : en. It died following the death of prestige i-ifered by the British and the French in the iddle East — the British, who two years prior : the Suez-Sinai operation withdrew their -oops from the canal, and the French, even € artier than that already involved against upi sings in Morocco and Algeria. If anything, the Tripartite Agreement signarries are even less significant in the course ci Middle Eastern affairs than they were the C ay the agreement suffered its coup de grace, rumor is correct, and Mr. Ben-Gurion does : scuss this ancient agreement with President ; ennedy, he will in effect be calling upon the United States unilaterally to fill the void in the Isvar.tine power structure today. The President's reaction can at best be that of an "interested observer," for sadly, the Passions long ago exploded into the Middle 1 3 St void created by the Dulles-Eisenhower plomacy there of 1953-56. Apart from this consideration, the KennedyEen-Gurion meeting should be an interesting c -.e: elder state-man of a small people in 6\ic -ission with the j Leader of a vast and '• %  erful nation. It is devoutly to be hoped that mere than just a formal handshake for photographic consumption will pass between m — that impetus will be given some of ioee promises the President made back last August. HOW ABOUT ME, FELLOWS? ciety founded on such hallowed principles as enunciated in the Declaration oi Independence and the Constitution of the United States — the impact of the Alabama tension on the still uncommitted peoples of the world is clear and deleterious to our highest national interests and aims. How can we expect to make friends among the newly-emerging nations of Asia and Africa when we show a ruthless bigotry as fundamental and repugnant as was manifest several days ago in our own South? For the Jewish community, there is a special sadness attached to the riots — the hand George Lincoln Rockwell and his American Nazi Party seem bent on taking in them. Ail of which is by way of demonstrating to those among us who have still not learned: there are no valid distinctions in the business of hate; prejudice based on race is as irrational and outrageous as prejudice based on religion. If we, as a people, show careless immunity to one, we should not be surprised when some of our neighbors shew equally careless immunity to the other. The Challenge to Liberty The race riots are a sad prospect in Alabama today. Sen. Mike Mansfield (D.-Mont.) it succinctly Monday when he declared in response to a rabble-rousing statement by Arkansas Gov. Orviile Faubus that the nation >.angs its head in shame over this occurrence. The Kennedv Administration has moved swiftly and efficiently to meet the outbreak. Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedv seems prepared :o tax the limit c! his Federal powers to demonstrate the clear superiority of nat'onal over state intent in the matter of basic human i.berties. Apart from the chalienae to these liber.es in a democratic society like ours — a soDebt Liquidation Program The United Jewish Appeal and the American section of the Jewish Agency for Israel ere currently planning a S65 million debtiiquidation program. The debt represents some of the cost o: resettlement and integration of newcomers to -•tii State-of Israel. Greater Miami will be sharing the cost of the liquidation program with 25 key cities throughout the nation. Our community, with an assist horn ten banking houses he'ie, expects to participate to the extent of 31 million. Some of the most brilliant names in American Jewish welfare leadership are heading up the program. The S65 : loan, it is anticipated, will wipe out ail existing debts incurred by UJA and Jewish Agency resettlement activities. It is to be paid back over a period of ten years. This economy move will presumably pla- into better perspective the operations of bom organizations, with both of them also aareeing to refrain from further borrowing and to budget their proqrams within the amounts raised for the UJA. Greater Miami stands prepared to accept its share of the responsibility in this American Jewish community debt-liquidation proqram — its own leadership deeply cognizant of the emerging problems in Jewish welfare-planning today and ready to cooperate in the national effort to meet them. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN,. fcjK. %  • an extremely tal | m m an. He is also JJ wide; but he carries him*,, skillfully, and thus seerS be neither of these things. !" do not mention his name because it might embarrass him As a matter of fact, he is not Mr. B.; for purposes of discussion, he might as easily t* Mr. A. or Mr. Z To put j> bluntly, he is an Egyptian ~ and a high-placed one at that. Furthermore, he spent an afternooa with me one day last week. Under King Farouk. Mr. B. was a Pasha, and in the hierarchy of royalty, one can not be much posher. Today, he wears a decoration in his lapel to attest to this lineage. Since the deposition of Farouk. he has been, on various occasions, an undersecretary for t na Naguib and Nasser regimes, a governor, a state security officer, and other equally exalted things. To describe in detail his present duties lid mean, in fact, publicly to declare that Mr. B. is really Mr. A — cr Mr. R. or Mr. P. And. you will have to admit, a social engagement between a higi cial of the United Arab Republic and the editor of a Jewish news papi r is something more than an oddity these days. What might \%  myself, I must declare at the outset I at it was • consorting with the enemy. Before the day was over, howi I discovered Hi I. to be a warm, extremely kind, ai %  ntaln liJKSN HE DISCOVERED I am Mr. B barel [j assured me that his bi st friends an J y Mohammedai I themwho seem to be mori > in relati ins Only "son of their best fri< nds B. made no ion. In fact, he prom] %  them, assuring me that they are as Eg} ird "We flatly stated, "concern ourselves with i ti fail "certainly not any more than yo I cons this afterthought a sad ore. Now it whether Mr. B, -poke out of convictioi — or if he hi n victim to our own propaganda. But n he was \igorous in h>denial cf Arab anti-S< an • aly in literal terms — Mr. D. proved no less vigoi • ii nst Israelis. "This is where the distinction lies," l;e onI in far milder tones than I had anticipated. ""It lies between Jew and Israelis." I asked him what he thought the future held for the Mid By that.'" he said, "you must mean Palestine.'" I explained: i mean Israel." Mr. B. thought for a moment. "It is absurd," he remarked. "far a people to entertain a Biblical ciaim against land they haw ibited for two-thousand years." -:• •:• •:%  N MR. B.'s view: '"How can you uproot a million innocent Arabs, %  throw them out of their homes, and establish a nation in a cour. try that is not yours?" This was a boobytrap of political logic. I sidestepped, considering the possibility of disputing the million refugee number he claimed, and speculating on citing I'NRWA re] Lai ing to forged Arab statistics and the blackmarket in reliel cards. Before I could reach a decision. Mr. B. moved ahead. "Something will have to be done about the refugees. It is really quite inhuman."" Did it seem to him. I wondered aloud, that an amicable solution to this dilemma would spell a settlement for the Middle East ''Not really." was his yuick reply, referring again to the plight of the refugees, "whom we are assisting almost singlehandedly I remarked: "Then the alternative is the present unrest — or war. President Bourgiba, of Tunisia, just about said this the other B. asked me: "But what is Bourgiba's solution?" I answi "He offers none; and neither do you." But war is no solution.'" the I'AR official observed heatedly almost fearfully. "War would be insanity." To this. I wanted to reply "Especially for the loser." I thought it might be too arrogant, and held my tongue, instead. •:• .;. .•• %  kJR. B. OBJECTED. He had a solution, of course. Hardly an; TW really expected the Jews in Israel to leave. It wa r.o more should be permitted to emigrate there. He did net saj 30 in precisel) these words, but the intent was clear enough. We turned from I rael. Mr, B. begged my wife and me to l_ .. Egypt "real soon." We reminded him of restrictions ag .' ish travelers in Arab countries. For the first time, he mo si his composure, denying vociferously that this was • Have you. I asked him. "heard about Dhaharan in Saudi-Aral vague, but replied nevertheless: "Saudi-Arabia is not 1 I can onlj speak for Egypt, where Jews are welcome and hoi. c sens among us." "Have you." I queried, "any information about the Cicu replied: "Oh yes. a lovely and fantastically large department si r even than some In America." | "Yes," I said, "a Jewish family ousted by Nasser to an unl <' I In response, Mr. B. maintained that all the stories nan atrocities against the Jews were propaganda. "Why. Alexandria has over 30.000 Jews. Come, do come. yourself.** 1 could only wonder about what kind of Jews they mig bly be. 1 our son. Jeremy, tickled him. raised him high over x-foot-six head, bought him candy. Mr. B. spoke glowii • Americans, felt the Europeans to be unjust in view of us — but had some critical words about how Americans 1 up their children. Mr B. spoke of his own daughter, showed letter from her he had received an hour before, asked us to the perfume sprinkled on it. We parted with the sense of sadness ,IK '' from meeting a warm, cultured, intellectually ma i" •son wl om one is never likely to see again. He stood at the door o: his hotel waving, waving, until our car was almost bevond his \ gTILL, I THOUGHT, he would as soon see Israel swept Into th< as any Arab. And thai was the special sadness—all stemming Ii" 1 1 ineluctable human preoccupations involving national and relit cnauvinisms, his as well as mine. Mr. B. had spoken of propaganda, well, what of the million refugees and of Egypt's "singlehand support of them? What of his distinction between Egvpt and the United Arab Republic? Was this not propaganda at least as much a our insistence that Jews can not travel to Egvpt? With Jeremy in Mr. B.'s hands, at his tender mercy, high "hove his head was Mr. ot a warm. kind, sentimental man like al men At least '• < en when they are momcn tariIy defanged politically, and at 1 .... most warm, kind and sentimental?



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friday. May 26, 1961 +Jewisti fk>r£afiaun Page 3-B [Annual insallation of officers of the Albert EinlElein group of the Miami chapter of Hadaskch was held May 15 at Hurricane Harbor ILcunge, North Miami. Seated (left to right) 3ie Mrs. Norman Chasin, outgoing president; [Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, installing officer; [Mrs. Seymour Baron, incoming president. iStcnding are Mrs. Philip Annis, installation [chairman; Mrs. Gerald Taines, fund-raising [vice president; Mrs. Coleman Rosenfield, membership secretary; Mrs. Louis Kantor, financial secretary; Mrs. Allen Voluck, executive vice president; Mrs. Irving Wilson, membership vice president; Mrs. I. J. Gold, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Seymour Sherman, education vice president. Not present are Mrs. Sol Goldie, treasurer; Mrs. Harvey Sherman, program vice president; Mrs. Henry Kurtzman, recording secretary. icademy Women to Install Officers; l4rs. Shapiro Takes Helm Third Time Mrs Joseph Shapiro will be mkldled president of the Hebrew |A a Vmy Women for her third conscutive term on Wednesday noon ^ a carden spring luncheon at the >me ol Mrs. Leonard Rosen. 10010 Eroadview dr.. Bay Harbor Is2nd. Mrs. Zvi Berger is installa|on chairman. Kabbi Alexander Gross, princial of the Hebrew Academy, will ^lso install the following. i % % %  \ %  '. 8. Anilron and i v i.ii'irn.v. it/., honoi -.i v life II e IrniK Irving Flrtel, honorary praiiiel Relnhard, h life ;'i-i'!.n!; Alexander s. ciroMs, • .-> \ i< tpresident; Jnn*>j>h K. 1< \. honoi ai s life tr< aurer; klllli r honorary 11 avurer Me.>(iumea Zvl Herger, Jack Btlchs~''.i.uiii Dearr Leonard Rosen, H. Roaeithouse, Nathan H. SpeliMidore Hpolter, Abraham ii ml • ] %  •-. v ii• &f presidents. mi s Oharli n Bngln, I :• orge mrnel, Abraham Shapiro, Jacob ..;/. Samuel (tai-ber, Henrj (Jroudan, ••! %  % %  i uer, Jonah E, < 'apian, Han' "i hn, Abe Hnffenbei g, i 'onn e HPP. Sue Herman, Max Mandell, i Bl< in nf< M. : nil l^ouls t'lnjent, • • %  i i .onis \ Bunfm, reg and Harrj Kaplan, paiiiamenriusteesa • Mesdames Hai r> Henet, %  Alexander Koran, Rainuel Cohen, %  rauline Orundweig-, Louis Sussman |J -lui-Makovaky, Harah 0 Budlow, %  Bam Kucha, and K leda Koch. Hoard of directors are Mesdames li.i i> Altschuler, Moses Babouri, ArIthnr Be of man, Anne Bei-kowlta, MurMurray Deblingrer, 1 Dli-kman, Morris Dnbler, Herman KIsenbeiK, I B. Kiaenateln, William KBIT, Maurice h'aske, Kose fields, K. M. Plnkel, and Isidon HYIedman. Also. Mesdames Charles' Rruehtman, %  lack (lemon, Charles Oertler, Henry <•• wiiz. Beitj lilnKlxx, Maurice li Qoldilng 1 William Goldstein, Herald Oreenbent, Max Cutmann, Lena (Jutstein, Rmauuel Karser, Rachel KatJ! Rose Kes-.r. .Iiilins Kletsk Kerrjamin Kornrelvn, Kugene Ijibovilz, Aaron s l.ninr. Kannb l.tt-bman, Marvin Mpman, Rose Lobel, Cam .Mason. Alexander Moskovits, Rose Nathan, Henry Penchansk.\, Louis Pollack, \lberl Rakoff, Henr> Reinhard, I.-" Relnhard, I5dward Snyder Also, Mesdames Maurice lievitz. Bllas Roach, Julius Roaensteln, Brni si Kosett, Abraham Rudy, Joseph Sahal. Rachel Sakowlts, II ) man Sandier, Jacob Schoenfeld, Abraham Belt, Manx Sellgman, Sam Shapiro, Max Silvei'berg, Tobias Simon, Saul Solomon Siiln> Solomon, Uerabl Soli/.. Samuel Speert, A. Stahl, Tlboi Stern, Jack Spats, Jerry Sussman, Israel Teltch, Philip Weiss, Rose Weiss, Ida Weasel, Sj ix la Zem< I, Preil Zlsqult, Matthew Zuckerman. The luncheon will bring to a close the activities of the women's oiganization on behalf of the school's souvenir journal. Mrs Jack Gerson is chairman of the journal committee. MRS. JOSEPH SHAPIRO raj Berkowlts, Morris Blenenfeld, B I. Bind< i, Ado:pn Blank, Robei i Bloch, Al Block, Pannye Bridge, 'inssi.Carp, Paul|ne '"bin. Jnck Ciment. 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cXewisdli Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY clume 34 — Number 21 Miami, Florida. Friday. May 26. 1961 Two Sections — Price 2J? en Gurion a ann in w Tilt \ AS PRIME MOVER 'vidence Against Vichmann Seen bunting Snare JERUSALEM(JTA)—The proBe "ion in the trial of Adolf KichIii .: • is piling up documented eviIdtnce that the torn er Gestapo colcr i; (i i rsonal responsibilitj fir many of the atrocities commit C igainst the doomed Jews of ^i ti-held Europe. The evidence indicated that II" chmann had personally ordered lie hanging of 16 Jews in the I'heres.enstadt camp in Czechoi vakia; the shooting of Jews in Jugoslavia instead of deportation; land that in a forest near Berlin Ihe supervised the building ol 38 large barracks containing 1.000 %  rooms equipped with gas chamII;'. rs. The prosecution also introduced la mound of documents demonstra i [ting that Eichmann was the prime mover in the Nazi confiscation ol [some $3 billion worth of property I from Jews destined lor extcrmin) ation. The charge against Eichmann cf a basic role in the enormous Nazi looting is a secondary one to the key accusation of prime responsibility for the annihilation of 6,000,000 European Jews. It was documented to show that the spoliation indicated that the Gestapo and the SS knew that the victims were intended for death. Deputy Attorney General Yaakov Baror introduced the documents which he :>aid proved that Continued on Page 8-A Report Pope Pius Refused To Help Jews WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department made public a number of secret diplomatic dOCUi %  nts revealing the etforts by the i ited States Government to inEluence the late Pope Pius XII to denounce the Nazi atrocities against Jews in 1942, at the height of the "liquidation" of the Warsaw ghetto and the "disinclination" of Pope Pius to do it. Some of the efforts were made through the U.S. Minister in Switzerland and others through -Myron Taylor. President Roosevelt's personal Ambassador to the Vatican. Secretary of State Cordell Hull, the documents reveal, had been urging American diplomatic repre.•:< ntatives abroad, during t h e month of August 1942. to gain Vatican aid for Jews in Poland and l( r active intercession by Pope Pi-, us XII with the Nazi Government On Aug. 3, the U.S. Minister in Continued on Page 5-A Prims Minister Btasts Zionist Movement; s % toutly Defends Recent Joint Statement As:ovMhTti srtissts FREE EXPRESS:CN PfiGt 2-A FlUSALEM JTA — Prime Minister Da\ chari <•'• %  i hat 11 rrst i iov< m nt. rti i ..i l> thai ol the I i ted States. wa meaningless as loin. .. lined to < gree n The Knesset decided to hold a plenary debate on the issue with the Prime Minister's acquiescence and only a few Cabinet Ministers vsted against that motion. The subject was introduced by Perefz Beirstein o* Israel's new Liberal party, Israel Bar Yehuda cf Achdut Avodah and Miss Emma Talmi of Mapsm. Miss Talmi questioned Mr. Blaustein's right to speak for American Jewry and criticized the fact that the joint statement was released during the recent session of the Zionist General Council in Jerusalem. Miss Talmi also asserted that the joint statement contravened the spirit of the 1952 law granting special status to the Jewish Agency as representative of the Jewish people outside ol Israel. Mr. Bar Yehuda said that the Prime Minister was "apt to express opinions"' not held by a majority of his Cabinet and asserted that the joint Continued on Page 9-A Rockwell Takes a Hand In Alabama Race Riots WASHINGTON (JTA)—George Lincoln Rockwell, sell-styled com %  mandcr of Ihe American Nazi Party, injected himself this week into the explosive Freedom Rider" situation that has resulted in martial law m Montgomery, Ala by attempting to use the situation for propaganda against Jews and against integrationUls. Rockwell sent 12 of his storm troopers Monday morning from his respec t for lav and legal orgai headquarters at Arlington. Va., an-1 j zat j ona | efforts to preserve the louncing that they will go on to wn jte, Christian republic estal i \cw Orleans, and demanding that e d by our forefathers." Attorney General Robert Kennedy provide his cohorts with "protection from Jew and Negro hoodlums." In a telegram to Mr. Kennedy. Rockwell said "we are sendling a hate bus full of Nazis to urge Justice Department officials laid that, while they denlore Rockwell's "intrusion" into the Continued on Pa^e 7-A OR. NAHUM GOIDMANN oi on individual CH/SRGES COHTIMPlCTIOH Assault Gets Sharp Reply NEW YORK — (JTA) —Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, struck back again this week in this feud with Prime Minister David BenGurion. He denounced the Prime Ministers latest assault on the Zionist movement and appealed to Zionists to abjure "fruitless, meaningless and harmful" debate with the Prime Minister on his views. Dr. Goldmann insisted al a pr ss conh rence here that when the Prime Minister makes one of his statements assailing the Zionist movement, "he speaks purely a^ an individual*' without support "either by the Government" or "by any of the major parties in Isra< 1" Dr. Goldmann added that the Prime Minister, in such statements, regularly contradicted other statements, such as the o-.e he mare on May 26, 1960 when he endorsed the results of a daylong joint meeting between the executive of the World Zionist Organization and the Israel Government dealir.a with relations between the two. ': i Prime Minister then gave his Continued on Pige 11-A Dr. Beer, Arrested for Espionage, Now Indicted TEL AVIV—(JTA)—Dr. Israel Beer. Israeli military analyst arrested last month on charges of acting as a spy for a Communist country was served with an eight-point indictment here this week. The indictment accuses him of "handing over vital information to a foreign country, with the intention of undermining the State's security.' Two clauses in the indictment accuse Dr. Beer of violating the Official Secrets Act. while six other clauses charge him with violating the State Security Act. If convicted, he is liable to life imprisonment. Dr. Beer, who held the rank of lieutenant colonel, retired in the Israel Army, was arrested at his home in this city, on the edge of a small park overlooking the Yarkon river. Large quantities of materials were confiscated in his home. He was accused by the police of having made his last contact with the Communist agent only a few hours prior to his arrest. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion I refused in the Knesset in Jerusalem to name the country for which Reer had spied Demands by the right-wing Henri Party that the i diplomat who was Beer's e> he ( xpelled as persona non grata, were answered by diplomatic circles who -aid that the diploma) hail already hit Israel. Coming on the heels of the opt n ing ol the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem, Dr. Riii's arrest created a sensation in Israel. It was reported that Prime Minister Ben-Gurion fainted after announcing the arrest ito Parliament Dr. Reer was one : of the Prime Minister's closest and 'most trusted confidantes.



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frdoy. May 26. 1961 ^J^istntridHnr Paae 15-A LEGAL NOTICE I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,N AMD FOR DADE CO^\ T >, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4588' .'it%  f \l Y Ci >RDASEV, -~ :E"0F INTENTION TO VAKE ^.XATION FOR DISTR IBUT C\ AND FINAL DISCHARGE ebj n I %  al Re] '. •. Hit %  •,.,-••. ; -. v .i %  •' ••el I >ade I" da for api'rovi %  :• oi I and for disti Ibutinn and die h s %  -• -. ~ Execul : i if • • %  %  • ol the above-named decedent ,i id da) "i May ;!"'.i PETE ANDRl 'SKY Exec itor "f the Estate i Andy Cordaae* dei • ised. i 1,1 MAN A GOLDSTEIN • torneys %  W. Flagler St. 11 ml, Florida 5 !P-:6. 6 2-P NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ili, undersigned, desiring to engage in I ness under the fictitious name oi I N|)ORA RKAl'TY SALON at 1J40 .Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, Flor%  ntend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I .!,!< %  County, Florida. EVA lilRCSAK :.0"r Owner MARGARET EKES 50* Owqei Goldman. Goldstein & Paczler %  rn< ys f. r Registrants : 03 W Flagler St. Miami, Fla.—NE 3-061S : i!--:o. i''; %  -!• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rVTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nderslgned, desiring to engagi I i neaa under the flctittnui name of iRIDA PLASTIC PERMANIZING at i-':', y Normandy Drive, Miami en, Florida, intends to register name with th.Clerk <•: thi Cir.', urt of Pade i '• unt • F i \\:i:s L. MacDONALD • !.;• R HIRSCH •.. • Jan ea l. Ma Bi ili •ard %  %  Fl •: Ida %  ; .i i LEGAL NOTICE TEMPLE CRISES: The time when the octress who converted. (attended her first services Ct>' 194>t, Dey*nv rrodwttiori. IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FCR CADE COUNTY. FLC-. :i N C-ANCERY IM 61C C.UEl : B1XG %  ._ + IMIRIJ* TATRH IX-S %  •• am NOTICE E^ FjEL'CiTlON Ti %  : • • .%  UIXi %  ree Pro %  will be entered i-t you. DATED this Ith day of May, 1861, l: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Pad, County Florida csai' Bj HELEN KESSLER ity cleric 5/12-19-26, 1 2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jeisi) fkiriidlinir solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patrcr.age and guarantee cccuiate service at legal rc.es Dial lit 3-4605 fcr messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY ilVl N tl derslgi ad i airing ti em— %  inder thi fictlt if • I %  NCE-RESEARCH RANi H il Road, Mil to registi r said na • • rk of the Circuit i 'ourt 1 i • nty, 1 '.• rida. HERBERT BRAUN Sole Owni i i I '., 0 VRS AROTH • MII ya f' i' Applicant i .w e I s;!., | :. 19-86, 6/2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4935 LEY JEAN Bl'TLER, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH KtDOI.I'H BUTLER, 1 left ndant. ORDER TO APPEAR ft IT, JOSEPH RUDOLPH HITLER, i Del very, Dublin, North Carolina, ;.!• hereby required to s&rvt a i > i i your answer to a complaint divorce on plaintiffs attorney i M Bai nea, Roi m 3 1 2, 10 N'.E. 3rd Aw, Miami, Florida, on or • Ju I.I SO, 1961, otherwise a de• '. .. %  in, ed iga nst yi i • d ;!.illth day of May, I • LEATHERMAN. I i .; of Circuit Ci %  : %  •. By: HELEN KEs>SLER, itj 19-21 • 2-9 • %  THE CIRCUIT CO URT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL C PCT CF r : = DA IN AND FCR :': = IN CHANCERY Nc. 6-C 4 ANAS • 1 : \N.\V • : DER TO APPEAR k'ARD K'. rhi ;.,:. ol r dlvcrci i' M • I w.l %  %  1661 r a del %  %  HELEN K %  IN THE CIRCUIT CCLRT 0* THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D*:E COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 61C 5040 E B MARSHALL, M MARSHALL, • end nt NOTICE BY PL'BLiti" ON HELEN M. 1 ki, • -. i I.. Ne' %  I i %  \. %  %  i ,. \ • %  nf essi %  RMAX Clerk r Cir ( • i i HELEN KESSL1 Di put] Clei B lH-l'C. 6,2-9 IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERV No. CC 88C HAMBURG SAVINGS TANK a oral Ion exl* I m md< r thi wi Stati of New York, .!.::. vs. ,sl. \'.\\. GOL1 i r.N .... i %  G Ul STEIN. }..\> :• %  %  n .. NOTICE C c SU'T ISRAEL I > PI %  STEIN >n Amerfi I i Nl -v Vi--i t AR1 HEREVY X \ .. i has bei %  • .. st yi .. HAMBURG VIN I • i-e-ent i t li • • ..:: %  : 'U.I^I ... • : | escribed ••-... %  Lot 21, Block -•• N TO C Vft %  :. %  .. v %  • •..• plat thw as n Plat Book r" at • •-• %  • be publji %  %  :'...••' •. I lorida; ami you are ret aired ti !: • •' ankftr with i.'. i llerk ol thi Cunt of Dade County, Hloi at thi • i. in house in Mia; Floridi on or %  June iy. 196 and seiv a copy of such answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN, Plaintiff a attorney, whoae addreaa is nth Floor at liii East Flakier street. Miami 82, Florida, on .il >.iid date, aa required by tne Laws of Florida. If you fall to do SO, the complaint will be taken as confessed by you and a Decieo Pro Confesso will be enteini against you for the relief demanded in th cum paint. DATED this 9th day of May. 1961. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Dole County Florida (seal) By: E. H. LANWAY Deput) Clerk DAVID 1' '' VI BMAN 14th F.oor at 101 E. F.aglt r St, Miami 82, Florida 5/12. %  I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FCR CADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERV Nc. 61C 4906 • g Ti : • ntlff, IMT .. \OTICE EPUBLICAT C'J v ILLIA : %  : • R y ..... %  •• %  ibovi %  • • • • .. %  ..... a i n t. i KRMAN int ,. HELEN ,.i:s.1 • %  j 12. %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 1E13 EDWARD L. MORAN, i lalntlff, \ R ,NNKM FREELAND MORAN, I % %  fi : ant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< %  JOANNE M FREELAND MORAX ant Street i ..r. i Ven nt y are hen • that a BI DIvorCI been ••:.„. -" aw reserv< of yi '.ir Answi i or Pleading ihi II of Con n : te ail I fl \IV rneys, RICHMi 'Nl • ^.FARBER Lin oln Road : Ml 1 • Florida • ) Answi r or Pli ad flci Clerk of the < the 12th di > i I ti do si Judtrm nt by default I bi taki n against demanded In the Bill ol lint. This notlci Bhall b< published once each week for foui consecutive weeka in THE JEWISH Fl ORID1 \N 1'iiNE ANT' (H11>EKEI at Miami. I lorida, this i*th day of May, A D. 191 : E. F LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dadt County, Florida (seal) By: R. H KICK. JR.. Dei'uty Clerk :., i:'-i9-26. ti'2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52576-A IX RE Eatate of LOUISE BONNORONT i ii cean d, NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All Creditors anil All Persons Having Clalmc %  •; Demands Against Bald Estate: Yi .ii an h< reby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against tin estati ol LOUISE BONNORONT deceased late of San Diego County, California, ti the County Judges ol l'ade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dadi i •>. Florida, within eight i ndar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will bi barred BLE \N< RE i KUL1EKE K ol Estate of •, %  : .' %  nt 'i.e. aaed, MAURER, MAURER & MATHER Attorni j B— I %  I ix 22" Ft. La le t all I ... t 5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TRCITT'S MARKET at 10886 N.E. 6th v.. .. Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County. Florida ERNEST A. TRCITT E5DWARD II TERRY Attoim J for Buyi r 5/12-19-26, /2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62861 B-Dow ling IX RE: Estate of MARGARET CHCTOR KRISAN a/k/a MARGARET CHl'TOR KRISOX 1 ', ci -i d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditori and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims ami demands Which vou may have against thi -Ma;, of MARC.ARET CIU'P'K KRIbAX ., li a MARGARET <'!iri. KRISt X dt asi I lat< nf Dade • Florida • the C inty Judgi e .•.. %  : .• sami In • %  1st .. • • %  ... irri EORG1 %  %  • • %  h: \. utor Stieet "%  NCTCE CF AFFL'CATION FOR TAX CEED File N( ;2-,64 N %  %  %  • given thai Xal I i lei w ... • : as nssignei ol City : Mil • %  Ta \ s le Certll S en %  the 2nd da; r>l mi k.l 58. has filed said Ci til cate ii • • %  %  ti Issue tin :. • • • law s.,:.i Cer\ I :. • braci • iving desi i.r, perty, -wit Lot I Less E St. Royal Gardi I ...'. Book '. Page 71, %  thi 1 Miami, Count) i I 1 ladi Stati ol Fl The a6seesmi i I ol said property urder th, Ci Issued was in the n.im. of Unknown. L'nleas said Certlficati shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will isaue thereon on the 14th day of June. A.D. 1961. Dated thie Bth day of May, A.D. 1961. E. B LEATHERMAN, clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Hoi Ida (seal) Hy: li M I.EEPER. Deputy cierk 5 12-19-26, i 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring tn engage ill business urni' r the fictitious name of AIR-FLU DOORS OF KI/UUHA at 8299 N.W. 7th Street intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Couit Of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM STURMAN Sole owner I 28, 5 T.-12-19 NOTiCE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th undersigned, desiring to engage in i undei the fictitious name of CHRISTOPHER'S TRAVEL GITL1 ..: Dade County Intends to reg Bti sail name with the Clerk of thi dt Ci urt of Dade County, Florl %  ,M IRLEN WEBEB :, 512-16,-26 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW N TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .-_•.... di I inti • igage in • er thi fictlt lous name of i VK ENTERPRISES at %  N W l*lst Street, Opa-locka, i %  -... ntei to register said name of the Circuit Court of i Ida. M U.YIN l>. FABER l :t sTAM.KY FABER 1 3 XORMAN 1. FABER 1 3 PAUL K V\ iTNKY of Berki .-. K witm y, Attys. Atti no j ii r Applicant 420 Lli • ti Road IS 5-12-19.-26 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underaigned, desiring to engagt In business iinde' t'n fictitious name of TELLS 'RIGIX VLS at 1281 • Blacaym Boulevard, Miami. Fla., Intends to registei said nam< with the Clerk nf tin Cli lit Court of Dade Counts. Florida. TELL'S I El ARTMENT STORE, INC. Ti • lent Mi • %  I i %  %  %  -• -Tn %  BERNSTEIN & M ER Attorni %  : • st %  | o "-12-" \ -HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE CCLNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE Nc. fi262?-A IX RE Eat .:• > NNA HOP1 SIVII %  LSI NOTICE TO CRED TORS T All Credit i All l • •-' : lalma os i '•%  '' Said ri • %  • h you ma] late Dadi %  the Count) %  %  %  %  %  %  MILTOJ> %  \ .MAX --,:-19-26 N ThE COl'NT\ .. ,r;£; COURT \ -'. r FOR DADE JCi. FLORID' "• PROBATE Ne :: 11 %  '•' • : •• • NOTICE TO C = E: TC =S aimi gainst £ ti lifii an resent gainst %  Late ol KNi •'.' %  li ...... ti Flo! Ida ti • • %  • I ..: :.. ami In es In thi i intj within i on ths 1 %  thi of t hi ,,ti n hi %  %  f, < r the will b< I .: i • d ATNSLEE R Fl !. • • A1NSLEE R 1 • %  1781 Wi si Flagli FIi : riCi • :ER 0 B NAME LAW I: N • e oi Int nd • RKS at : %  : %  .'. V I 5ti .• %  %  %  • -:-:. %  %  : -.=.NDER C : & N A V, E LAW So %  %  i M %  %  • Dade C LAMON [HI A I • % %  /.' • 415 t IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 52344-A IN RE: Estati of BERTHA 1RIEDMAN l-'i ci a si d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims m I'.-mauds Against Said Est.it. You are hereby notified and required t. present any claims and demands which you may have against :.,;. .f BERTHA FRIEDMAN ati of Dade County, Florida, : the County Judges of Dade County, and fll< the same in their ih< Count) Courthouse in i nty, Florida, within eight mi nths from the date of the first atlon hereof, or the same HARRY ZUKERNICK unisi ator C.T A. KERXICK %  • %  %  %  120 •' %  rida •-.%  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT %  • -'.; "OR DADE COLNTY, F_: R CA IN PROBATE N: 51987 •1 \ \\ ; .'. SDH NCTICE TO CRED.TORS :, % %  nands Vgal *i Suid %  .uids malnst t S VAN %  > %  %  | %  • ; %  sai • %  in inty i se In I •. elghl %  %  m thi di hereol same • ,\: ERW1 N PER %  •"•;• K. Ml"MAX ling • ....... 5 '6-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATIOS Ol T W I T S Lowest Prices — Quiches: Delivery in South Florida Ceil THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR 3t ti 0 5


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Page 6-B rJenisf fkridi^r Friday, Ma "rom left to right are Mrs. Louis Cole, outgoing president of ?he Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Home, and Mrs. Joseph Robinson, incoming president of the Auxiliary, at installation ceremonies at the Home. During the past two years, the Junior Auxiliary has doubled its membership to 800, and contributed over S150.000 to the building fund of the Home. Under Mrs. Cole's leadership, the Auxiliary has sparked the drive for 125 additional beds. MRS. BIKNAHD KAPLAN Cerebral Palsy Units to Install Three women's units of the United Cerebral Palsy Assn. of Greater Miami will install their new of ficers in a joint ceremony at the Seville hotel on Miami Beach this Saturday noon. Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan will be installed as president of the Miami Beach I'nit. while Mrs Harry Rappoport will accept the gavel for the Miami group, and Mrs Irving Rosenblum will take the oath of office as prexy for the North Dade chapter. Installing officer will be Molly Turner, television personality, who is an honorary life member of the CP group. Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs. living Schwartz, and serving as ticket chairmen are Adele Frank. Sophie Kay and Glenda Mendels in MKS. MING KOSiNBLUm ToR WENT IN~A0tflT~H0M€~ Mt 66 S.W. 58th Court Bright, Cheerful, Front Bedrm. Kitchen & Telephone Privileges. Separate Entrance, Heat, Bvs on Corner, 3 Blocks from pool & fork. ONLY $40 PER MONTH MO 1-8153 CANTOR AVAILABLE FOR HIGH HOLY DAYS. Reform or Conservative. Experienced, suitable references. CANTOR WILLIAM ROYAL 'tenor! Strath Haven Hotel, 411 Ocean Dr., Miami Bench JE 2 4825 BABY SITTERS Reliable nd willing Coral Gablos Studnt RICHARD GERTMAN. 17 SUSAN GERTMAN, 15 MO 1-6441 Tribute Slates Women's Leaders Honoring Mrs Gerald P Soltz at a tribute luncheon on Friday at the Algiers hotel will be Mrs! Aaron Farr. past president of the Southeastern region of National Council of Jewish Women, and presently a member of its national board, and Mrs. Arnold Perlstein. past president of the Florida region of Hadassah. and former executive dilector of the women's division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Alexander S. Gordon. Metro Commissioner, will also speak Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth David congregation will give the invocation Mrs. Jerome Robin^n and Mrs. Bernard Supworth are cochairmen. Serving on the committee are Mesdames David Sherper. Irving Riemer. Alvin Wank. Ether Lerman and Fred Scherer. Women's Bowling League Miami Beach Women's Bowling League will have a dinner party Saturday. 730 p.m. in the Deaiiville hotel; with the show. -Playmates of Paris.'' following dinner. Mrs. Dorothy Miller is arrangements chairman. vvJGUST BROS fty f Is the fii. ST' CAMP SKY-TOP / %  tht Beautiful B/ne *M§ Mountains ROSMAN, NORTH CAROLINA CANTOR JACOB U. OOLDFARB, Co-Owner Director IN ADDITION TO THC REGULAR SPORTS CURRICULUM. CANTOR GOlDFARB Will MAKE AVAILABLE BAS & BAR MlTZVAH CLASSES Under Ritbbintcal S mp m tsum For Information writ* Cantor Gotdfnrb, 17320 N.C. 11th Ave., Nortti Miami Beach, Fla., or Phono Wl 7-7006 MEMO TO YOU FROM THE DESK OF MAX LERNER Shcdd a Girl be Told She's Dying) By MAX LERNER For once then bate among psychiatrists ther a dying 11 rs n ; '. i about his and face proti Two Han ai Thomas Hacki I i man. saj tha I I relativ< are >il the person to iyii and that it ofti n hi %  I A California psj Wahl, s ivs I tell the truth m •• drive in thi strong drn e in tl e dying i %  is to agj isl truth Obviously much the %  : • • i is he has 1 '.%  •of. You don't tell a an) circumstai %  Y •. dare a 11 terror I i traged.\ Y %  dor.'; tell anj ni child .afr id if the dark Y don't tell anyone vrh enses against reality are thin Even Drs Hacketl and Weisman agree that you ought not to tell cardiac cases, thus hastening: their death by cutting away the hope which i* their strongest ally in the fight. Their belief that you ought to get the dying person to face the fact of his death seems to be limited to the hopeless minal cancer cases If I were dying and doomed. I should prefer to know. I have lived a crowded if misspent life, lid v aot a chantM Jay ::to the people md come to • rras I am n.it one of eves in the blesse Iif sudren death— in b< flight abrui i ponder and perarbitrarini .. grow n man who % %  a measure of •Big Da Idy" in • Roof." always finds his r tiling th it it told and I k < Thii does not, however, a] • Mj daughter Pam%  • -• %  < ral we 'ks %  •• year battle i gall II %  I it ther was hope • • • >. sh never i >: %  '. ir isease—not ..-• stage i ight For at : Loving, she cleai %  :• rr :' that waj was no s ing, no elab irate grotesq i game I think she had aim is) com inced herself. At (went) eight with a good marriage two Etne young sons, and a talent in the arts, the vista of life was too attractive and demanding to he blanked out. It was more than just what the psychatriata call the strategies ol ego-defense. The life force within her dictated the denial. I don't see how the doctors and psychiatrists can come up with ^ %  r eat t e orole l ^, m K Is the nal re .1 • % %  ,. 1'** pen and tak. those wr.o j £JJ What I am lying l thei and in what mays *A sen'-m I per-" often ki belovi the 1 [ verl ilism, I %  "' bai %  erl .' • '' %  als ol The two i ; • %  %  havi a "mid do as well or phrase. area betwei r,./-' the reality of deat drive to cling • : it. Pam had th:middle %  edge, almost until the end am glad she d. i Dr. Alterman to Speak Luncheon meeting of Man Beach B'nai B'nth L/>dge will it held Tuesday noon at the RioPa za hotel. Guest speaker will be Dr y* mour Alterman whose subjecti "You and Your (lit: 1to 196?B ^al* n HK t f^ 5 T Serve Ilene boler recording secretary. Hc-ojj Carol rrPPni' 6 LieDer J man !" urer: Levy, new president, has served over 3M Bobbie Re-., =,?' COrres P ondin 9 secretary; hours in active duty at the hospital. Volunteer -** + ^Vv-\' J v* 3 FABULOUS FOOD SPECTACULARS Every Week'. tTlONAL FRIDAY NIGHT niuuro *i c $ 4 95 ALL L TAXE O | & TIPS $ CONCLUDED IM2 T, ? NAL FRIDAY NICHT ,NN R '•"• 4 p ing Pastries y0y>ve ^^ ^^ *r liMtrln: CN MINI M.itr. 0" *" *•*+ Itt: CM Mr, HATCH JE 2-2511 Seville JN THf HEA>T Of MIAM. I£ACH FOR OHU



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ffinnsn BK^H Pa. A fr fc K B 3 cc cc St l\> <• ii o ll a n s t Page 4-B ^Jenis^fkridratn Fridc NCCJ Plans Program Clinic For Chairmen Actress Molly Picon, starling in Coconut Grove's "A Majority of One," and her husband, Jacob Kalish, writer, director and producer of many oi his wife's stage successes, admire a Li:e Guardian pledge ior S300 for Cedars of Lebai pital, shown to them b\ Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Kay rig] oi Ley Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Kalish were guests o: he c Cedars of Lebanon Hospital cocktail party in the Kay home Sunday. Kay is one of the developers of Westbrooke Country Club. Dzert Whip Fluffy and Flavor?d But Way Low in Calories There something new in the markets this week that should be welcomed by every homemakcr who takes pride in what she serves and likes to "dress up* and improve the flavor and texture of Cesserts and fruit dishes with an txquisite whipping or filling. It's a low-calorie product called Dzert Whip, and it has a number of interesting qualities. It's described as "even better than fresh whipping cream." and yet surprisingly contains no milk products whatever, being made entirely of vegetable ingredients. As dinner guests or members of T^ MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free SWIETEI THAN SUGAS YET NO FOOD VALUE Recommended by doctors (• i diabetics. ovHweights nd k> calorie diets. Use lor beverages, JT V desserts, cooking. Pure Com • "fgTKTfJ *' P ) ""i' ""mless. 4 u. 7S§ SUHRANTUO NON FUTTEMINe AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE the family will d:sco\r. Dzert Whip has a heavenly flavor and texture. What the homemakcr will appreciate most about it. however, are its many unique and practical qualities. First of all. Dzert Whip is easy : to use. There's no fuss, nothing to add. nothing to mix. It whips easily and stays whipped. Desserts can be prepared in the morning [ and served at night, still fluffy and full-flavored. This saves lastminute bother and disappointments that often occur with cream and other whips. Dzert Whip is most economical. jit's reasonably priced, lasts longer than other whips and goes further. a 1 3 quart carton giving over a full quart of long-iasting whip. There's another economy point hat homemakers will recognize. There's no waste. You can use as much as you need, then refriger. ate or freeze the rest. The fact that Dzert Whip will keep indefinitely in a freezer suggests that it would be most practical to keep an extra carton in storage — for use when dinner is prepared for I guests on short notice. Although Dzert Whip is now available for the first time in marMrs Marie Enterltne. Mrs I lyn McCaffrey and Mrs. Anna Bren„,.,Meyers, co-chairmen ol n Women's Division of the Nati Conference ol Christians and Jews. have announced that a third annual ra m clinic .or club presi and program chairmen o Dade countv organizations will be pre-ented on Wednesday, 10 a.m in Jordan Marsh Auditorium. Mrs Meyers will preside. The program will begin with registration followed by coffee and social. Max Karl, regional director ol the National Conference ol Christians and Jews, will give a briel presentatii n on public speaking principles i r club presi !< Ms and officers, i n itle I "Trippinglj on the rongui Mrs, A iron 1 %  Los Cuba) %  am. %  tion do v • %  • I i n i ..:. I Resolui I lizenshi; Registrar r, ice of J! i %  %  %  %  : %  -: of couct as well as a | rogram kit. contaii information presented durin • it %  n gram, :r. ad lition a directory o! program resources in yv -*vH-yv*V** A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served in a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea ... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleisiiigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment. TETLEY TEA Ci rtificd Koshei under ttrict Rabbinical Supervision *i-v*~ -wv~ ASK FOR *W*v BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC. JE 1-7117 A. Hackney. H. Y KinartJ ',,, lak. James M. :,,:,.-, v Mehrtens, Evelyn McCaffe T the community. Exhibits of human relations program materials from manj Dade county organizations will be on display in the auditorium. Brenner Meyers. me Planning committee for the clinic are Mesdames Henry Balaban. Dav-id L Bosworth. .1. B. Davidson,. I p Davis. AaronTarr."Marie Enterline, Robert Z. Greene, Joseph 1M "• augers. .. ames y Ray Peterson, i Pie] r ; Scars. John s< i ; (H *nv^ Milton S.rki: James S. S mg, Julian W< ,,,, ^ kets or through dair> deliverymen, it is actually not a new product. It has been tested and used with eminent success ior years h\ some of the nation's most celebrated pastry chefs. —Id Mocha Mix has been analyzed by the R. G. B. Laboratories, of Kansas City, Mo. According to the laboratory report. "The .Mono and di glycerides used are made from a vegetable source and are labeled 'Kosher*. The propylene glycol monostearate has recently been replaced with a glyceryl menostearate which is also labeled 'Kosher.' Carrageenan is a seaweed extractive and is naturally Koshi r The on the label "Dromedary" means it's good! Also enjoy DROMEDARY 0RA||fif*ff ?0Lt At grocer? eyery^ Mrs. Cohen Takes Helm of Chapter Mrs. Wolfie C •• Wii president of the VI B ter of Nation;:! %  %  | ren 's Hospital at a • Deauville h< tlj n the This will he president. S ten years a Other ofl dames Ben S Jack Dunn Julius M Hi ; ';• %  : mm A1*?S. V/Olflt CCHIN %  • %  • sidi vthur De Jong, S\ man, Mi Kramer, secrei %  [man, tn asun chaplain, and : Sabbath I Dinner I Holidays and every day K^ Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! SALADS*** MOND UfSTAL SALT c OAR$fi Three generations of Jewish housewives have put Aaf fullest ci %  c ; :1 this famous salt forpuritj I Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. N thertoo coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash i ff.Pei too, for all your seasoning. Today for your hoi I; cooking and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX oi I ••-' 01ld Crystal Kosher Said makes crispier salads iSXSSBSto*. ( '' melts fast, wilts greens. Notsowitl : r Salt. It's coarse. So itd. on crisp greens. Then ( :c ; : fcctljr seasoned and stay Cl • >' our I rite dressing. Build your reputation from Cook to Chef! Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE KOSIIliRSALT M Diamond Crystal Salt Compff



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Page 2-B JenitfFtor'' n Friday, May 26, 195. Cooking Corner Belim A visitor recently remarked that it is worthwhile to make yeast breads at home just for the wonderful odors that fill the hcuse. True enough, but the eating of the huad is a delight which more than offsets the time it takes to make it. Yeast breads, contrary to general thought, are not at all difficult to make. While the total hours required may seem long, the actual minutes of work are few. Most of the time the bread is happily rising, while the baker go*s about her other duties. In addition, such unusual varieties may be made that even sandwich meals take on a new interest. Different combinations of herbs give a completely new taste to the same basic recipe Even when no salt is used, these breads are delicious. Here are a few suggested combinations: 1. 2 parts sage leaves to 1 part ground nutmeg 2. f-i teaspoons savory, to MJ teaspoon minced parsley, and \\ teaspoon thyme. 3. 1 tablespoon anise or fennel seed in place of both herbs and the seeds suggested in the recipes. When powdered in a blender, fennel seeds are even better. HERBED WHITE BREAD 1 package active dry yeast '4 cup warm water %  ''i cup scalded milk 2 tablespoons sugar IMJ teaspoons salt— (may be omitted) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 well-beaten egg l l i> teaspoons mixed herbs— (see suggestions/ 2 teaspoons celery or caraway seeds 3 to 8Vi cups sifted all-purpose flour Sprinkle the yeast over the warm water, stir to dissolve. Combine the milk, sugar, salt (if used), and vegetable oil. Cool to lukewarm. Add the yeast, egg, seeds, herbs, and 2 cups of the flour. Beat thoroughly. Add enough of the remaining flour to make a soft dough. Knead on a lightly floured hoard about 10 minutes, until elastic and satiny. Place the dough in an oiled bow!, then turn it completely over, 'o oil the entire surface. Cover the dcugh with waxed paper, ar.d the bowl with a tea towel. Let rise at 85 dea. F. about IKhours until the dough has doubled ::i bulk. Punch down, cover again, and let rise for 15 minutes. Shape into a loaf and' place in an oiled 10x5'jx3-inch loaf pan. Brush the surface light ly with oil, cover with waxed I paper and the towel, and let rise at 85 degs. F. until double in bulk, about one hour. Bake at 375 degs. F. about 45 minutes, until well \ browned. Tilt the loaf out of the j pan and tap the bottom. If it sounds slightly hollow, the bread I is done. Remove from the pan I : and cool on a rack. For a soft! crust, wrap the loaf in waxed | paper before cooling. HERBED WHOLE WHEAT BREAD V4 cup warm water 1 package active dry yea^t 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt (may be omitted) 1V4 cups warm milk 1 well-beaten egg 2'J teaspoons mixed herbs— (see suggestions) 2 teaspoons celery or caraway seeds 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 cups whole wheat flour About 3 cups sifted all-purpose flour Put the water in a large bowl, sprinkle the yeast and sugar over it. and stir to blend. Let stand for 5 minutes. Add salt (if used), milk, egg, herbs and seeds, oil. and the whole wheat flour. Beat for 5 minutes. An electric beater may be used at medium speed. i Gradually stir in enough all-purpose flour to make a soft dough. Knead on a lightly floured board for about 10 minutes, until satiny %  and elastic. Place in an oiled bowl, turn over, cover with waxed paper, and cover the bowl with a I tea towel. Let rise at 85 degs. F until double, about one hour. New York Exec To Speak Monday Mrs Arthur Rubel. ol New Vork Citj national consultant for integrated activities of Hadassah. will be guest weaker al the Miami chapter of Hadassah 'inspiration Day" on Monday at Temple Judea. Board members from nine ol the Miami group.are expected to attend Ihe day-long capsule conference to learn techniques and ideas concerning fund-raising, member ship, program, education, and practical assistance in meeting problems. The morning will be given over to simultaneous workshops, and Mr>. Rubel will address the com bined assembly in the afternoon. Mrs. Bubel has appeared before Hadassah audiences in lt> state-. and has also spoken to audiences in Shanghai. Copenhagen. London and Mexico City. She has visited Israel several times. Mrs. Rubel is also widely-known as a writer of musical skits, which have been produced in cities trom coast to coast. Chairman of the day is Mrs Henry Oilman. Arrangements chairman is Mrs. Harry Dushkin. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe Is president ol the Miami chapter. MM. ARTHUR RUBEL Women Bowlers Slate Luncheon Coral Way Jewish Center Sisterhood Bowling League will hold its second annual awards luncheon Sunday noon at the Seville hotel. Trophies and awards will be given to most improved bowler, high handicap game and high handicap set. and to first and second place team sponsors. Joe Hammer Bonding Agency and Bird Road Kiddie Haven. Officers are president. Mrs Charles Leventhal; Vice president. Mrs. Robert Kemper; secretary. Mrs William Seidman: and treas urer. Mrs Albert Rosen. Academy PTA Closes Season Mrs Alexander Kogan. organizer and first PTA president of the Hebrew.Academy. was to host a dessert luncheon for the final meeting of the school term on Thursday noon in her home at 3722 Royal Palm ave Mrs Jack Buchsbaum. president, said that the program for the past year will be evaluated and plans for the new term discussed. Mrs. Nathan Spieglman. nominating committee, was to present the new slate of officers. Reports were to be heard from Mrs. Tobias Simon, library; Mrs Leonard Rosen, dining room; Mrs. Gerald Greenberg. gift shop: and Mrs Theodore Nelson, room mothers Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, was to speak on the new Academy building to be erected this summer at 24 st. and Pine Tree dr. Local Officers Attend Confab Mrs. C. C. Clifton and Mrs c M. Perry, president and vice pJ dentOf the Dade County c3 ^fr-m's.weredele-at^toth^ nual convention of thp v. I Congress of Parent! .£ ]*£* in Kansas City, Mo, May 2l tl) J Keynote of the convention J -The Image of America B, the Home." Mrs. Clifford N. Jenkins, ol lvn Heights. N.y ....,, etecM 1 succeed Mrs. James C. Park Grand Rapids. Mich who J served as president since 1358 Deep rich mellow tasty... no other cheese in the world hits the spot li Punch down, turn over again, and let rise once more until double, about 30 minutes. Place on a board and let rest for 10 minutes. Shape into 2 small loaves and place in oiled 9x5x3-inch pans. Oil the surface lightly, cover with waxed paper and put the tea towel over the pans. Let rise again until double in bulk Bake at 375 degs F. about 40 minutes, until nicer} browned. Remove from the pan and oil the tops ot the loaves. Wrap in waxed paper anil cool en racks. Tifereth Israel Award Dinner Tifereth Israel Congregation's awards dinner will be Sunday at 6:00 p.m. If you like KREPLACH whether weight-watcher or gourmet Oze/d~nJU7UJ) is for you! It's surprisingly l.ow FN CA' owns... and its flavor is EXQtrsrrE. Healthful DZK.RT WHIP is ideal in milk-free diets...Contains no milk or cream...It's made entirely of purest vegetable ingre* dients. DZEST WHIP is most economical, too. It whips to over 3 times III liquid volume, so a ^ quart carton gives you more than a iu 11 quart of long-lasting, luscious whip. MKRT WHIP is a joy to use and serve... It whips easily-and stays whipped...No fuss. Nothing to add. Won't fall or turn Watery as creams, mixes and other whips often do...Desserts may be topped in the morning and served at night, still fluffy and luscious flavored. Try heavenly-flavored DZBRT WHIP today...Look for it in the refrigerated case at your market, or ask your dairy route man for it...Keep a carton handy in youx freezer. Ravioli IM SAUCE **MH If your favorite market or dairy man doesn't yet tarry DZERT WHIP, phone DA; : COUNTY FRanklin 7 2552 ?rC.'.ARD CO' jAckson 4433! PA.V ?£ACH COUNTY rEmpIe 2-5111 dz-eah ~wiup OQUISITf FUVM t-owte m CAicm.f i TM*K of(>je rnr*,,, ^*ooucre %  -. You'll love M CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender littlemacaron-p.es... filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese, seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and ^ er than the frozen kind. So '""ch thriftier, too-costs only about 15c per serving! GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE '?tfivft Buy it sliced or in a big tasty chunk today ft* sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes .. • f of breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Swita* land! Ta'am of 11 Switzerland!



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if-m-rjytBWM.,N:i Fcqe 16-A %  *Jen§if KlTirfidlUcJiin Friday, %  Twice Born By MAX l£RNER Bi ston ] have just had my last class I r the year at Brandeis University, it was a d • ussi n with the udents on education in Americ i. They did well. Their comments were perceptive and searching, We ti ked ; ihe chanc< s of developing in America not an aristocracy ol birth or pnvih ge, of class "v wealth, hut a natural aristocracy of character and ability which will cany the burden 1 creativeness and greal decisions in the d< cades ahead. What haunted me through the whole discussion was th \V H. Auden put :t in a:: earlier period, that I was "lecturing lion whili I sh p was i We lave .1 sp< dup in :he lime il< for effective action beyond anything dreamt • Given Ihe deadly pr neration 1 hree or fivi years lh< ti ne span for nai i ati survival and world peace is growing alarminglj sh rl facts ibout American education todaj is thai ferment eat educational thinker has arisei [1 I %  %  -. .'V did for his. Perhaps the r 1 1 y be fou 1 : time scale. We know that education v irks -. ; period. so know that whatever we must do t< to be don< swiftly. Hence. bowevf r ... < Ives into re-thinking and re-building the educal 1 I system 1 IJ a nerv< us sid< w glance t<> see whether the angel : i> catching up with us. This is not an ideal frame within creative thinker .? likely to develop. AS FCR MYSELF, l 1 0 n< 1 abandon even an inch of my com America will save itsell as a civilization only by what happei in the life ot the mind. The real question is whether the nec< %  nges in the American mind will have to await the results ol 'he creep:;;,:, pace of emotional change. My own hunch is that the change* will come too slowly to decide the tide of world events, although not too slowly to back up new directions that have bciuin l'rom other sources. Thus while education can be counted on to do the long-range job ot entrenching a new America and a new world, it cannot be counted on lor the >hort-range job of shaping the necessary innovations in bot^.. — *> — — %  & — — a — IS THIS A PESSMIST VIEW? I suppose that many educational thinkers will say it is. But I don't mean it to be. Americans have a curious way of relying on education as a standby tor resolving almost every knotty problem. It absolves them lrom doing something drastically -harp in the here and now. since they can always rely on something comfortably slow in the generations ahead. My own hope lies in extracting a new outlook from what level of knowledge and intelligence we have in the here and now. I have noticed in my classes all year that our reading and talk about educational change has been focused on the young alone, in elementary, secondary, and higher education. In my last class I voiced a protest. I told my students *at. despite my advanced age. I existed too as a datum for education—and so do my contemporaries. I told them that the hope for my generation is not so much that we will learn more, but that we will rework our past experience and get new insights from it. Which of us at whatever age. is immune from the sudden and almost blinding levelation. from whatever source it may come, which gives us the sense of new resources that have been released within us? This may range all the way from a sober reassessment of who we are and what we are capable of, to an electric sense of being twice-born. -tt-ir-ftYOU WILL FIND this sense ot reassessment and rediscovery in the biography of every notable figure in the history of human thought and action. But you will also find it in the history of every great civilization, especially in its crisis periods. Do we find it in ours today? 1 don"t find it thus far, although there are glimmers Of it. One of the troubles is that we -tick -o narrowly to our accustomed vested Intellectual habits We seem to expect th.it we will meet and overcome the Communist grand design for the world by mediocrity-as-usual in business, government, the big media, diplomacy, the universities and the dimensions of daily living. We elso think we will meet the threat ol the missile spiral by the same mediocrity ol habit. T.ike tin reaction to the Cuban misadventure as an instance There are many things to be said about the basic blunder. But when one of the mnists summed up his autopsy by saying thai America had acted ••'.ut oj character." and that therefore the whole business had failed he illustrated superbly the very weakness I am trying to describe. has acted "in character" repeatedly over the whole pat al decade ol inertia, inaction, and retreat. It has acted ";n character time alter time, when what was required was bold insight and subabout the world political war and all it could offer was arms aid arms allianceAlas, the trouble m Cuba was again that—in this America acted all too much in character. What we need 1some action OUl of character. I mean it in the sense Of the need for Americans, leaders and people alike, to stretch themselves to great new enterprises, to soak themselves in the unaccustomed modes of political and ideological warfare, to dare greatly in a world where the timid civilization will inherit onlv the grave Miamians Wili Get Medallions Five hundred civic loaders from all parts of the earned the desi ; ^n* .1 aadors ol Veshiva L'nlvers ly" will hi' honon d at the tm ^ers tj annual comment en ii < •' on June 14 in New V At the dinm r. |: receive medaliio: i lor m ship in I960: Mr. and Mrs and .:.:>..'• %  I aim 1 < Mr and Mrs Ma; : ; Frankel. 211 "7 rd Mi n ilrs Jacl S. Popick, 5110 Bay 1 Mian.! Mrs. Matthew Rosenhaus. IT \. Hibis< us dr.: thi R< snei Family, Sterling hoi 1 Wolf. ol Lakeland. A n -\" -. r %  %  %  %  -' %  I '1 • .-ersitj is a conti itoi %  %  : %  ,iie sill ivei sitj ica nal rest itj service ; DON'T PAINT YOU* POOL TIL YOU CHECK MAGNA-BOND POOL COATINGS! WRITTEN 3-YEAR GUARANTEE • NO LOSS OF CLOSSI • NO LOSS OF COLOR! • NO LOSS OF AOHESION abova or below water liMl No cracking, chipping •it tils IMU for jfr 1 TCE FOR FUll DETAILS CAll Ot WRITE ^ rTaewa>a9fNi •>/ ^>cnfn ^rlcritfa 509 West 2th STREET • HtAlEAH • TU 7-9721 Beth Torah '3ldg. of Month' %  on Si ii uai; r Fuel O Dade < %  • e May in th< State cl Fioi SJ lutal 1 ti to ihe Philip 1 • ."--1 ihi engineers. Gera spoil Weiss a ...... pi of th< buildii .. ... pi 1 r< I n thi %  •Florida Architei t." The 1 lice was j 1 b> thr< e pi sors two from >ersitj ol Miami and one from the University of Florida At the end of the yeai will select one of the 12 1 ngs in Florda as the building cl the year for 1961. Beth Torah Congregation is al 1051 No. Miami Beach Mrs. Grossman Reelecfed Mrs. Ethel Gro-man has been reelected president of the South Florida Assn. on children under six.. 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jday. May 26, 1961 lwiri ^ 1 *t'J* "N^ P ^'""ii • ^1 %  EF* j^ IHESF %  **^ t %  fl5 —3 ?PAC' "; d Senior Citizens Week Observed Gov. Parrls Bryant has declared May 21 lo May 26 as Senior Citizens Week. Miami held a rally Monday evening at Bayfroni Park Auditorium, and Miami. Beach celebrated Wednesday at the Di Lido hotel. Speakers at the meetings included Mayor Robert High, Sen. Claude Pepper, Vice Mayor Henry Balaban. Mayor Daniel D Dieienhach. of No. Miami Beach, an;! Kenneth F. Valentine, manager of Social Security administration in Miami. Mrs. Henry Bakiban entertained. Janna Senesch group of Hadassah installation brunch shows left to right) Mrs. Arthur Applebaum presentina the gavel to ne newly-elected president, Mrs. Eva M. Blum, while Mrs. Kirry Kroll, installation chairman, looks en. Irs. Bornstesn [ekes Office llrAlan Bernstein was y,. d president S thwesl i | %  % %  : • i sisti rhood on ThursI ng. | Mi urice Klein was lo give • on and Mrs. Sarah P the benediction : Vlbert A. Blen i] • %  : ih insl and al.*o lui; Mesdames Mi key Antin. tn %  n Sootin and Howard Gi r fe. vice presidents ore Bolr. corresi nding secretary; I n recording tary; llyroM .i/. ti • asurer; and DaFegarsky, financial secretary. Lrrangement committee includes fesdames Nat Lune. Jerome RifL Chas. Mackler and Samuel esner. Irs. Bornstcin is a past presiot of Murray Solomon Jewish r Veterans Auxiliary, and vice ient of Coral Gables B'nai Jriih. For the past three years, s been active in all phases Sisterhood work. MRS. ALA'i MMMSTffN fest Miami Unit 'lans Card Party ["detting to Know You'' card par(will be held by B'nai B'rith Wornof West Miami Wednesday evenkg at W'est Miami Town Hall. [Mrs. Reuben Hanken is chairman lid Mrs Al Teitler. vice president, [id Mrs. Fred Rohrlich are in barge of tickets. Newly-elected officers, installed fccently by Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, resident of B'nai B'rith Women, district 5, are Mesdames Morris Caufman. president; vice presiKntS, Harry Frankel. Al Teitler. Diaries Midwood; secretaries. Melon Kahn. Oscar Evans and George ragcrman; treasurer, Abraham Srur.hut; historian, Joseph SandPioneer Women Mark Shavuot Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, newly elected president, conducted the coneluding meeting of the season for Pioneer Women, Golda Meir Club of Miami, on Wednesday evening at Beth El Congregation. A traditional Shavuot holiday program was presented by Mrs. Marian Meyers, cultural chairman. Mrs. Esther Culchman was in charge ol the social hour which followed. Salute Israel Bar Mitzvah Jewish War Veteran's Auxiliary. v —th Shore Post 677, met WM1* day at Washington Federal bldg., to salute the Israel Bar MitzvaS year. weiss; and counsellor Louis Zeger The group has purchased a set of "Dolls for Democracy" which is presented to young people in a program to teach them the working of brotherhood. to ail those who have defended our beloved America, the Jewish War Veterans and Mt. Nebo Cemetery join together in a Memorial Day Service, and in humble gratitude commemorate the patriotism, valor, and sacrifice of our heroic dead. The graves of those known to us to be War Veterans will be decorated for the services. Ycu and members of your family are invited to attend on Sunday, May 28, 1961 at 11:00 a.m. Please be on hand not later than 10:45 a.m. Beth Torch Sets Special Service Beth Torah Congregation will have joint installation of the Men's Club. PTA. and Sisterhood at a special late Friday service on June 2_ Judge Arthur Snyder will serve as congregation president for the coming year. Other new officers and board mem hers are: living Seidel. Newton Greene. Carl Zwerner, and Dr. Samuel Lob, vice presidents; Seymour Brook meyer, financial secretary; Georf Goodman, treasurer; Mis. Herman Hamburg, recording secretary; and .Mrs. Al Williams, corresponding secretary. Trusti es are sari Dorfman, Stan ie> Falke, Nathan Gins' urg, Murray Greene. Ernest Janko, Hy Katz, George Katzman, Dr. Ma ice Laszio, Milford Levine, Dave Mai iii Dr Stanley Mitchel, Sal 11 Dr Morton R G i rge Saks, Jo>e| h St hi N •htei ird Sneider, i' lor. Ewald Ziffar, Howard Good-, stein, Dan Garlin, and Abe Ha .ell. Molly Kananer Sisterhood officers in he installed are Mesdames Irving Formaii. president; David Hess. Maik Gottlieb, Leo Abrams, Ben Newmark, vice presidents; Herbert Lcdornian. recording secretary; John Hoffman, financial secretary; Dave Devraugh, corresponding secretary; David Roe. social secretary; Max Horowitz, treasurer; Irving Fur man and David Hess, representative and alternate to congregation board Beth Torah will hold its first confirmation service Sunday at 7:30 p.m.. The confirmation class, taught by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Mrs. Irving Seidel. extended ( t heir Jewish education two years beyond Bar Mitzvah. Confirmands are Gilda Abramow itz, Mark Feldman, Steven Frank. Bernard Ginsberg, Loretta Greenwald. Diane Halberg, Debra Karg, Edward Solomon, and Toni Zitfer. Abraham J. Gittelson is educational director of Beth Torah. Beth Torah Congregation pre-schoolers learn to swim in the school's annual swim clinic at Hallandale Pool under the guidance (left to right) of Mesdames Charles Sussman, Arthur Hirschberg, Jonas Arem and Jacob Bornstein. Red Cross licensed instructor. it v> Am). ROBERTS Steps Eisenstein Up Campaign Stepping up his campaign for votes in the North Shore area, Miami Beach Councilmanic candidate Leo Eisenstein this week opened sub-headquarters at 920-71 St., Normandy Isle. "This opening of this headquarters," said Eisenstein, "is in line with our concerted effort to acquaint the voters in the North Shore with the vital issues of the campaign and how the Miami Beach Tourist Authority that I advocate is the only sure method of bringing about a resurgance of Beach business "Many panaceas are being talked about, but the fact still remains that to insure a revitalization of our economy we must bring to Miami Beach at least two percent of the 150.000.000 Americans who have never been here. "These people live in the northwest, southwest, the midwest and west. Only a high-powered promo-, tional project, such as could be administered by a professional Tourisl Authority, can accomplish this goal. • I would also like to remind the voters who plan to be out of the city on Election Day. June 6. that to vole absentee they must cast their ballot, in person, at City Hall between now and June 3. No ballots can be cast by mail." Fashion Model Will Coordinate Chrissi Roberts, voting fashion model, has been appointed by vice president Cowan to direct fashion shov s, weddingi receptions, chi \ Ij n (l golfing events I 11 lomal hotel and count rj club, creal ol the new post, Cowan said the ii son is expand ing :ts role as ;. community institution by offering its complete facilities and services to a larger number ol local civic, service, social and cultural organizations. .Mrs. Roberts will coordinate arrangements for special functions at the Diplomat with Mr. Domenic. catering manager; Frank Towher. new manager of the Diplomat Inn and the Country Club; golf pro. Nick Bersan; sales manager, Irving Tillis; social director, George Foster; and hostess, Rosemarv Herold. A native of Baltimore, where she was known as "Chris the Weather Miss, on television. Mrs. Roberts was formerly a public relations and lour director for Christian Dior and Pauline Trigere fashions. She also directed a Central American fashion tour, and has appeared in manv area high-fashion shows. Blood Donor Breakfast >,:ii < n .' Balkin chapter ol B'nai B'rith held its semi-annual blood donor breakfast Sundaj morn the Sunsel Park Playdium. \ mobile unit from John Elliott Blood %  is used for the | r >j ct. Fine! Concert Slated Saturday Miami Beach-Music and A Is i ill present its final concei I i l the season in the <>c -.n Lounge of the Roney Plaza hotel on Saturday evening League president, Max P Felrl said i h c free concert Is open to members and then guests Louis Siegel. a vice president Of th< League, will serve as program chairman. Featured artists will be Son.ia Balegh. violinist, and Kay Harrison, soprano. Piano accompanists are Kay Sestok and Esther Barrett. Program by Mrs. Balogh include Mozart's Sonata in E minor [or Violin and Piano; Preludium and Allegro, by Kreisler; Nocturne in C Sharp minor, Chopin: and Gypsy Airs. Pablo de Sarasate. Miss Harrison will sing the Alleluia h. by Mozart; "Tell Me If This be True." Mana-Zucca; "Don Pasquale Cavatine. Act I. by DonizatH: Villanelle, Eva dell Aeqia: "La Fille de Cadiz," Delibes; and Luis death aria from "Turandot." Puccini. H PRINCIPLES AND CODES OF JEWISH EDUCATION VIOLATED THE HEBREW TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI, INC., affiliated with the National Federation of Hebrew Teachers and Principals, deeply regrets to inform Greater Miami Jewry of a flagrant violation of basic Jewish law in the field of Jewish Education. We are referring specifically to TEMPLE NER TAMID of Miami Beach, which, despite these principles and codes, has seen fit to disregard the prevailing rules relative to the tenure of Hebrew Teachers. We are notifying all professional personnel, both on the teaching and administrative levels, and the community at large that there is in this instance a violation of the Torah; "HASAGAS G'VUl," which means encroachment upon another's economic rights. This is a severe breach of Jewish ethics which arouses the conscience of the entire Jewish Community. As our Bible states, "JUSTICE, JUSTICE SHALT THOU PURSUE."



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Page 10-B kni the philosophy that will be strictly followed in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.'' president and treasurer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa^ ,,n. secretary and a trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital, a pattvice president cf the Citiiens Board of the University of Miami, and former Florida regional co-chairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The Pan-American Friends of Israel Good Will Tour will take Pjace next fall en the maiden Caribbean voyage ol Israels luxury liner, the ss Jerusalem, due to arrive in Miami on Nov. 19. On her arrival, the >hip will b< reeted by a reception Hoi ilia. The tour will depart from Miami No> 20 on a 17-daj voyage throughout the Caribbean area. offlc i a ] stops u. 11 he madi key ports where the Miami "am I assadors" will be greeted bj lead Ing dignitaries, including the presi dents oi several Latin-American na lions, The ports oi call include Port-auPrince. Haiti: Curaco, Laguaira. Port ol Caracas Venezuela; I Prince Haiti: Curaca i. Laguaira. ena, Coli ml a ll Panai Zone: and Y< ra ruz Mexici Oka Leaders Cite Favorable Trei The first i it survej on the n lati" candi. ti "indicati Kei ih, aim i ticket, aci •in cam] He said this t "this is '-: %  • i an pt • %  -. and we ill work \ 'i> • to nan lain our lion." Mrs. Rev.\ Balkin, chairman ol thi \orthshore citizens committee for oka. an angi d a political rally at her home last Saturday evening Torch lights, a brass band, and entertainment were "the features ol Ihe evening. The program stared the International Folk dancers, and Stanlej Rosensweet, singer, accom pained by Joan Libert) Balkin \ -kit. "Oka iOkaj." was on the am Co-chairmen ol the affair were Fred Deutsch, Mrs Esther Ceberall. Dr. Simon .1 \\ lkl. i and Milton Cirkle iMTIONAiEfJESTANOAROlSAT! V m IIOl Ben-Gurion opens scientific parley. The Fit Iwtatjg^ Congress on Bioloqical Standardization recer.:!. boug.-.; =; n n scientists from all over the world to the He >,., of Jerusalem. Prime Minister David Ben-G.: Unniversity president Benjamin Mazar (extrc:. retired, welcomed the delegates. >3 • ASK FOR MOST ANYTHING UNDER THE SUN OR /MOON] NEW! NEW JfRRY LEWIS l catalina Indoor Pool L THEATRE CLUB 1 and Health Club S Fabuiousl Spellbinding! / c^ ta e of her life. Withdrawing from the world, she lived in extreme loneliness, iell sick and-on August 4. 1892. when in her 83id year, she closed her eyes lorever. In a letter to her friend. Susan B. Anthony, she aptly defined the aim ol her active life when stating: "All that I can tell you is that 1 used my humble powers to the uttermost, and raised my voice in behalf of human rights in genera!, and the elevation of women in particular, nearly all my lite." William Lloyd Garrison praised her as ". one ol the most remarkable women of the age .ithe advocate ol the rights Ol her s< x she has no superior." In January, 1960. Ernestne L. Hose, in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of her birth, was elected to the Hall of Fame at New York University, a .With EVERY LUXURY. Benefit from the I eolfh-givlng, rooiooctive thermo wofers of Hot Springs ond relax in luxury ot The Arlington. Rathe ooy all your aches ond poins due to tension ond 'atigue... .relieve arthritis, rheumatism, ond Kg*blood pressure. Superb bot hcn.se in the hotel. Enjoy Our new mirocle, temperature-controlled, coscoo'e twin Swimming pools, polio ond sun decks...dance ond be tntertoined. Golf on our two 18-hole Championship Courses. Finest food served on/where is the pride of th Arlington. All spoffs and recreations in Hot Springs nature's wonderland • Including hunting, fishing ond Los Vegos night life. at the GOLF HOTEL and BATHS Affjtk '"hJllM> Fof tsaufiful color brochure ^ -JsM %  &. w Generel Manager Lt v 5 'isS SS I111 SJU-^S m Pythian Sisters Party I'ytlua* Sisters ol Roosevell Temple v ill sponsor a games party on Vtt'.irsday evening at Pythtian Hal!. 4601 W. Fhsgler st. Mrs Gladys Graham is chairman of | the affair. Mi cli !>• in, tei wi M T< P in i boa Bai COD the C the isti Sat bly F as Bai y m Sin w tat fro 1 Mil at Ta of Me I.R



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lay. May 26. 1961 vJenisti tier Mian Paqe 5-B Receipts Will Help Theatre Acorns Civic Theatre will present "The Torch-Bearers," opening here Thursday, June 15, at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The production will be directed by Owen Phillips. Patsy Abbott will donate her services as guest star. A portion of the receipts will go tovarcl the Acorns' build ng fi rid for a theatrical center in Miami Beach by the fall ol 1961 ft to right are Brigitta Valberg and Brigitta Peterson, playing : and daughter in Inqmar Bergman's "The Virgin Spring," which opened Friday at Wometco's Mayfair and Era 1 Art Theatres. The film won the Academy Award as lest Foreign Film for 1960. "Don Quixote." a U.S.-U.S.3.R. jltiual exchange film, will open at the Parkway on Friday. IM Pop' Series to Open Here June 11; ftght Conductors to Join Noted Soloists 1 •'-. two pianists. Kl two dancers from the New rk City Ballet Company, will ei.ht Rationally-known conitor: for the University of Miii Summer Symphony Orchli. llth annual Sunday eve-, i "Pops" concert series June to -,:iu 13 at Miami Beach Iditorium. riiSummer Symphony Orchmposed of 62 professional .-. will be directed by Rayjnd Paige, Hugo Fiorato. Franz h Howard Barlow. Arthur Bf. Switch Henderson. Arthur fcdlei nd Fabien Scvitzky. Leading the soloist star pa ide June 11, with Radio City lusic Hall conductor Raymond "•a'ar, are two vocalists, soprano louis< Rabcin and tenor Val lalertj. Miss Raboin, a Canali.ir moved to Miami in 1952. writ 'tr of the coveted "Jeanie" i %  I • •she has appeared on raJic ."ci television and has sung I' %  • / U50 anJ Armed Forces \ %  • ,' repertoire ranges Neapo in selections to r aera arias, has toured the I.S Cai He has appeara ( arnegie Hall with the NBC B j and also before the ti, i <.} %  ••:of England. Bel |iun. at Greece. On .; ie 18 and 2o, two noted I lists. Jacques D'Amboise knd Patricia Wilde, will join New fork l y Ballet music conductor lugo Fiorato for two completely liffereni ballet fares. D'Amboise, fecei seen oa the Bell Telephone Hour television spectacular "Sounds of America," filmed at )isneyland, has performed with • • opolitan Opera and San Francisco Ballet Company. Miss Ailde has done extensive concert Ivork and dancing as a guest with %  nan} ol the country's leading symIphony o'chestras and also has tourled with :he Ballet Russe de Monte [Carlo i:roughout Europe. Two "Pops" favorites, pianist Robert Mueller and conductor IFranz Allan, of "My Fair Lady" and • t i.melot' fame, return to the '"Pops" scene July 2 for an evening ol Broadway melodies and a performance by Mueller of Grieg's Piano Concerto Mueller's appearance will be his third at the Pops. Fred Cushman a Miami tenor, is the SOlO vith f Undui tor Howard Barlow on Julv !> Since his graduation from UM*s School of Music in 1952, Cushman has sung extensive') throughout the United States and Cuba. Soprano Wanda Saxon and baritone Nolan Van Way share the stage July 1> with conductor Arthur Liel. Newcomers to the Miami Beach summer concert scene. Lief and the two vocalists will offer a popular program of music written by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Jerome Kern and Sigmund Romberg. Miss Saxcn and Mr. Van Way are bcth products of the Broadway stage. Famed radio-TV conductor Skitch Henderson mounts the Pops podium next for two successive weekend performances. His first program July 23, entitled "The Turbuler.t Twenties," with music frcn the era of the "Charleston," "Bur.ny Hug," and "Black Bottom," features baritone Stuart Fester, singing star of C3S radio and television. Soprano Jeanne Grant is Henderson's soloist July 30 in a program showcasing the music of "The Fabulous Fifties.** Miss (' %  rant, a member of the New York City Center Opera Company, has sung leading roles in Broadway productions of "Brigadoon." "The i King and I." and "Damn Yankees." Arthur Fiedler is the guest conductor Aug. 6. His program will be announced later. Closing out the summer season Aug. 13 are L'M Symphony Orchestra conductor Fabien Sevitzky. 16-year-old pianist Michele Levin I and Cuban soprano Maria Teresa Carrillo. starring in an "All-GershI win Program." Miss Levin, a scholarship student at Curtis Ini stitute. has appeared with the Boston Pops Orchestra and the Philadelphia Orchestra in Children's Concerts. Miss Carrillo is a student of the late Elizabeth Schuman. The young soprano has appeared with the American Opera Society and in performances throughout Cuba. "Ice Frolics' in Fourth Week Now in its fourth week. Jack Kelly's "Ice Frolics cf 1961" is drawing more business to the Balmoral hotel's Embassy Supper Club than any previous attraction in its eight-year history. For the entire family, the 75 minute production features the talents of former Sonia Henie Ice Capades star Biil Knapp. "Yes We Have No Bananas'' girls V. ries James and Denice LaFlame. renown puppeteer Vic Charles and his cast ot clowns and dolls, singing vocalist I.e.Stevens, skate queen June IIae. comedian Johnny Flanagan, and champagne lovely Karen Olsen. Two performances are presented nightly at 9 and 11:30 p.m., with an added twilight matinee at (i p.m. on Sundays. Pierre Mande String Quartet will be heard in a recital on Saturday evening at the Miami Conservatory, 2973 Coral Way. Group includes Mande, of 2485 Trapp ave., Coconut Grove, a former student of world-renowned Jacgues Thibaud and Nadia Boulanger, first violin; Rose Schneebalq, second violin; Florence Gianville, viola; and Marilyn Samuels, cello. Program will include Quartet in G, Haydn; and Andante from the Vioiin Concerto in D, Wier.iav.--.ki, with solo by Mande. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood On Wednesday. 11:30 am. Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Congregation will hold a luncheon and card party. 5 PERFORMANCES ONLY! THURSDAY, JUNE 15th thru SUNDAY, JUNE ISfh! Acorns Civic Theatre presents The Legitimate Stage Debut of PATSY AB80TT in "THE TQRCH-BEARZRS" A Riotous Comedy in 3 Acts by George Kelly Directed by OWEN PHILLIPS TICKETS Now! Op. Nt.: $5.75, 4.75, 3.75; Fri., Sal., Son. Eves: $4.75, 3.75, 2.75; Sal. Mai. at 2 P.M., All Seals $2. Son. Night SOLD OUT ;o National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Res.: Phone, HI 5-2581 or Mail Order; ACT, P.O. Box 2324, M.B. Please make checks payable to Acorns Civic Theatre, Inc. Coconut Grove Playhouse 3500 Main H : .ihway, Miami DOG RACING Nightly except Sunday NOW SHOWING 2 SHOWS DAILY 2:30 & 8:30 P.M. NO RESERVED SEATS REGULAR PRICES Don't Be Disappointed Come Early For Seots! 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1961 / lay 26, 1961 B'nth District 5 Friedman, Mrs. fJenisti fhrSdHairi Maps Confab; Reich to Take Helm A PRESIDENT'S PROFILE SEE PAGE 10A B'nJ B ri:h w I hold its annual iM onwHi" ^ Am^Bin %  • %  %  on June 4 to 7. ^A Ki\: :• •orr.utional prc-iB'nj; B'r;:h. will be keynote %  eaker a i ining night, Su'ndaj^Biu\. \ I ):30 p.m thenwill be a rec iption and cocktail .ehreij ;:snth Distric. 1, 5 men's president e Miitc-.i Friedman, of MiMrs. A ; red Reich, of Mi new wa-ien's president. Ihops ivtll be scheduled all D: ay. ;..!•_ %  5. and at night, esidents .)f District 5 will he MR. AMD MRS. RUBIN Inists Planning Annual Dinner Louis B. Rudnick. chairman of fclreater Miami Presidents' Hi of the Zionist Organization of Ajjc.'ica, plans several commitMc< "lius i f local ZOA districts Brtlete arrangements for the j/, June It. annual dinner to %  in Miamj Beach. pin Blane, national director American Zionist Fund, here it -\ ith the district leaders and Ithem in making the final %  k-t week at:ressed the hoard of ^t. oi"s jf the Miami Beach fit at the Delano hotel. 1J ne tl dinner proceeds will | go St; • Mortimer May Dormitory [ that-t 1 Southeast region of the JOA pi;"is to build in Israel at the %  S. ver A;r:cultural training echfOl One < ('• %  ; %  lights of the dinner, wi be the presentation of the first'lii. ial Kfar Silver Award. %  cipienrs will be Mr. and I R>'yma''j Rubin "in appreKr of their continued sup' to the agricultural train%  c^aol that the ZOA mainI in AshkeSon. The dinner %  %  f'o mark the 52nd anni|ry ef th* Rubins. D. Gordon, founder and Mtemi Lawyers Take Office Miami lawyers were sworn prfiicers'and members of the o) governors of the Florida the conclusion of the annual ition of Florida lawyers at If'.-mat hotel in Hollywood. jf Justice Elwyn Thomas, of Jpr.da Supreme Court, admin%  ie oath of office during the %  ;. morning business assein My lf,\ 20. ^piild L. Williams took office Kdent -elect of the Florida %  erving in that capacity for I before succeeding to the ofI president. km O. Mehrtens. William P. in jr., and Harry Zukernick Recently 'elected as represenM to the board of governors %  the eleventh judicial circuit. honored at a Presidents' B;ill Tuesday morning, June 6, will be devoted to leadership sessions, and al 1 p.m. will bo the annual awards luncheon. Included in the citations will be ihe Sidney G. Kusworm award, for the chapter with the most out.-tand1'iogram in good citizenship and civic affairs during the year. Another award, given for the first time, will go to-the chapter with the most outstanding single project. In addition, there will be awards for the largest gain of new members, best bulletin, best original script submitted by a chapter, and others. New officers, exclusive of the president, will be installed at a luncheon Wednesday, June 7, and formal induction ceremony fcr the new president will highlight the final banquet at 7 p.m. Dancing and entertainment will follow the dinner. Five hundred delegates are expected to attend the four-day session, whose theme is "New Goals and New Horizons," Local planning committee is being chaired by Miss Edythe Fleischer, and Mrs. Alfred Reich is District 5 convention chairman. Paqe 11-B Newisr.3l Consul Slated By Cpccial F*-port ATLANTA -em, Consul ot Israel in Atlanta, been appointed charge d'aff of the Israel Embassy in Le lville. Congo. Leshem is scheduled to leave Atlanta in mid-June t i tak ip" his post there, after a short -lay at home in Israel. The appointment of a succe r to the post in Atlanta ii shortly. Leshem took over hh Atlanta in August, 1959. Spectacular View of Niagara Falls..., Judge Malvin Englander (left) and Paul Seiderman, Florida president of B'nai B'rith, talk over campaign policies at a breakfast meeting. Seiderman is a member of the Englander campaign cabinet headed by Milton Sirkin, of Miami Beach. Justice of the Peace Englander is a candidate in the city council race. Mailmen Stage Golf Tournament RUDNICK GORDON Bar president of the Washington Fed eral Savings and Loan Assn.. ant' Rudnick, who is also a member of the ZOA's national executive council, will be co-chairmen ol the dinler. Gordon, a member of the Dad< County Board of Public Instruction, has also served as a special aide and consultant to the IS State Department and the IS. In ternational Cooperation Administration. Rudnick is a veteran New Bng land and Miami Zionist leader. In addition, he is a member of the executive committee of the Israel Bond campaign and Israel Bond chairman for the Coral Gables area. The Rubins, who have visited Israel seven times since 1932, • r active in all phases of Zionist and Jewish community endeavor. They have been Miami Beach residents for the past 30 years. Mr. Rubin is one of the founders of the Beach Zionist District, vice president of the Hebrew Academy, and was one of the founders of Temple EmanuEl. Rubin is also a member of the Jewish National Fund Council. Named honorary chairmen of the i affair were Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet. Harry Sirkin. honorary president of Temple Emanu-1 El. and Charles Charcowsky. Miami Beach philanthropist. Al Sherman. Herman Weintraub. Louis B. Rudnick. Ezra Finegold, Morris Simon, J. David Liebman. Jack Popick. and Jacob Harrison were appointed by the Presidents' Council to select the recipients of the award. First annual Post Office golf tournament will be held May 26 through 28 at the Bay Shore and Normandy Shores courses. Gene Hardy, president of the Miami Post Office Golf Assn.. said that at least 100 golfers will compete for trophies in best medal score for the three rounds and the best score among letter carriers, postal clerks and .supervisors. Other prizes include one for oldest golfer and for the golfer coming the farthest to participate. Norman Abrams. a retired assistant postmaster general, now living in Ft. Myers, is one of the early en erants. and local postmaster. Eu, gene M. Dunlap. a member of the Miami club, is also an entry He was winner of the second flight in last month's post oftice match play. at the SHERATON-BROCK Lively resort atmosphere too. Great food, great comforts, great Sheraton extra values: air-conditioning, free radio and TV, free parking, children free (under 14 in same room with adult). And now Sheraton confirms both room and rale. 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American Legion and Auxiliary; J. Frank Cavanaugh Post 67, American Legion and Auxj iliary; Vikings Drum and Bugle Corps of North Miami Beach; Boy Scouts and Explorers; Abe Horro-1 witz Post 682. JWV a.:d Auxiliary; and chapter 51. Disabled American Veterans and Auxiliary. %  ----s -•! %  % %  : %  %  %  :-Ztottri*!:flfo: : B£>>


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ISABEL GROVE 0n J T was a 90th birthday for Rose Hannah (Mrs. Herman) Ber|tan recently, and in honor of the special occasion Mrs. William ue jojnu stiviues wun iQnumeraDie pictures in living c After the '•on. the guest of honor, the hostess and the lavishly decorrthday cake proceeded to the Home for t. V.ed so that \ tl TC C uld share in the excitement of the daj Giles's the Allison included Mesdames M. Max Frie Adrian Thai. I. Milhauser. E. S. Rothschild. Harold Shapiro. R. S. Isaacs. i: Arrow, H 'I Waldburg, Isaac Levin an •Frances Lickerman rther s ir '. celebration was the One, S! it Southst J) ish Cer er last Friday night hosted by Mr Irs Abra"... dnian of 6255 SVV 23 st.. in hoivr of •'•• • promo... He is now Col. Herbert Waldman, L'SAF ... Wu Col ,. preseti Ij itioncd at the Pentagon in Wash r.gl n, l '.. Jl ,es in Silver Spring, Md., with his wife and : % %  %  [sters, June i en lent for still another happ? i • w IS the '••.m %  ii".' i sa room ol the Eden .... %  Thursfoi soon-to-l wedded Nancy Schonfeld and Bennett Buddy) .._ U.. <• ..* mini ..rwl nnnin *U ,• .... I .. .. J...... ti,-.^' n i ,ii ita, .in. ctuii mis. nuu.i it Geoi • [gs .and another aunt, Mrs %  Schonfeld % up so congenial that the eiftning arted at 7 with ocl • tasted through dinner until 11 Che young ( >upl< •..11 be married in September. • idaze: It's a boy. Stephen David, for the • G ildbergs, 7711 SW 19 st. Cantor Herman Gottlieb officiated at the : 7 Guests included the proud grandparents, Mr. and I manuel Gol Iberg, here from New York, and Heyman and t. ah esnick, i Miami Also Dr. and Mrs. Irving Stemmerntan and the Alvin Weinsteins ... Not to omit baby sister, Lynne Ann. i I months ... And it's twin daughtres. Laura and Julie, for Mr. and Mrs. David Jay Van Tosh New mother is the former Carla Granat, daughter of proud grandparents. Gilbert and Roland Granat, of 1137 N Biscayne pt. rd. Brand new aunt. Pep:, finishing her t lird year at the University of Miami medical school, coaching sister on the professional manner of handling twins Oh. yes. the little girls have two more aunts in mothers family. When the phone call for which Mrs. Dorothy S'.one had been waiting for three years finally came, she scooped up daughter. Doris, and her own twin sister. Doris (Mrs. Nat) Kempner. and rushed ff to San Francisco to meet son Edward, who had just arrived from Okinawa and was being discharged from the Marines his three-year stint The trip back was a sight-seeing dream Disneyiand (tried every ride). Los Angeles, San Diego. over to Ttaiuana and on to Mexico where the only thing they missed was a bull fight Next stop. Las Vegas, where they tried luck without too much damage to themselves jr to Las Vegas Then New Orleans and Tucson, where the tted themselves in Western-style clothes and are now waiting for the proper t me to wear them Another item they haven't had much use for yet are the chop sticks they brought back fro::i San Francisco. • HC Mrs. Mel Richard, attending a state convention of Optimists International in Tampa recently as a delegate of the Miami Beach Opti-Mrs., won first prize for the daffiest chapeau of the afternoon "Mad Hatters" luncheon there \ Jay Setlaw, an executive with Moore's, won an accolade Florida Architecture's June issue for the beautiful interiors he [ned for a home in Ft. Lauderdale ... The Robert S ladman) Hurwitzes. 6380 SW 63 "jr.. are playing hos1 to Jorge and Lupe Bukevsky. of Quito. Ecuador The men met at the i liversity of Florida in 1950. when Jorge was an change student there, and this is their first reunion The 1 cevskys plan to remain here until June 6 a a pretty >od chance ot ;ak:;;g the Hurwities back to Quito MV a visit with i lem when they leave. •* r visitors in our midst are Rabbi Artnur Schneier. of i'nai .Lcob Congregation, Brooklyn, his wife, a::1 son Marc e's the former Donna Makovsky here to attend her brother Tandy's Bar Mitzvah on Saturday He's the son of Dr. and Mrs. win Makovsky. and the occasion has also brought Dr. and Mrs. ivid Kuris (she's Mrs. M.'s sister from California, the doctors •ther. Rev. Herman and Mrs. Makovsky. bis sisters and husmd, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koshner and Mrs. Selma Blum, and the itemal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis GersLbock, all cf St. Felicitations to Lois, 12-vear-old daughter of the Earl Pertnoys. 0 ( herokee ave.. who was named valedictorian ot temple %  % %  nanu El religious school. Dr. and Mrs. Lester (Sarah) Stepner left last Wednesday for a trip north First stop will be the Waldort-Astona in Manhattan and a testimonial dinner inaugurating the Bermutz Home f 'r Retarded Children in honor of their long-time friend, in whose I'onor a S2Vi million foundation has been set up From there will go to Syracuse to pick up daughter Barbara finishing her freshman year at the university And then OtttoTMonto, Canada, for an analytical convention On the return swing, there will be a longer stop in Gotham Town for a visit with farm y and friends, lots of play-going, and back to Miami Baach late in June. -€ •€ Miss Edna Zimmerman and Dr. Reuben Efron wilt be married Sunday in the Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roc with luncheon folk 'Wv h id C a e n I d n £j n th Kaplan, on their honeymoon in Mexico drop a card to say 'Never been happier." which is as it should be Further traveling will take them to Cuernavaca and Acapulco Ruth Brotmar. left early this week (or Montreal, but on the v will stop off in her home town. PbU^delpWa, to Wstt with live/, and then in New York to make plans for the coming cert season. the


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Friday. May 26. 1961 +J(wist Fkritffon Pace 11-A Goldmann Refutes B G Statement Continued from Page 1-A support "to the spirit oi the Zionist Organization statutes of 1952 s thai ( siatc of Isra<. s< es itscll ;:.the creation of the entire to tie up Jewish life in the Diaspora with the new civilization developed in Israel." Dr. Goldmann said. He add< bat by sug jesting the Jewish people and expects [r pposite. th Prime Minister "unthe Jewish Agency :o unite the Jew. : ties the posil ish peopli for (hi upbuilding oi zioi -•in all parts of the world an %  arm to the Worl I zati :• A Iding that :,, c x me Minis! r I ts in the said I %  •; the State." Dr Go gret:. Ministi r "consistentlj tak< :. rtj • viols; i Law e Sta Among principal participants who helped achieve the ?urc-ess of the State of Israel Bend Bar Mitzvah and inaugural .:-.er last week are (from lerT Samuel Frier.'.cr.d inducted the new Israel Bond chairman, and who cvsnec. the Israel nd sales with a purchase of S100.00C; Mr?. Elise Adams v c'.sc brought $100,0C0 in Israel Bends; Justice William O. rouclas, of the U.S. Supreme Court, guest speaker c: the fvening; and Dr. Irving Lehrmcn, who inducted the r.ev officers. In tribute to Israel's Bar Mitzvah, and in rest: rr.se :D en appeal by Rabbi Leon Kronish, guests purcheser. the :r:cest ram of bonds ever sold at any cne function in the h:stc:y c: Ihe Israel Bond campaign — SI. 170,COO. Miami Leaders To Mee* With B-G 4 select group of Greater Miami Israel Bond leaders will meet with F rime Minister Ben-Gurion of Is. i: in Philadelphia on Monday. ay 29. r Miami group will join with rs from several other combes at a special meeting to place Monday evening Abraham Feitiberg, national .esidert of the Israel Bond organization, indicated that Prime ••' mister Ben-Gurion's visit in the -lited States wiil be unofficial. -e will come to Philadelphia from Canada to participate in a meet-g of the Israel Bond board of c:\ernors, which will mark the tsmplet : on of the first decade :• tha Israel Bond program here. revealing that the Mum;. Ltended a -pecial invitation I .\:th Prune Minist. r Beneim HAL Gurion. Samuel Fric Israel Bond chairman, indicated that "this is in ;. measure a tribute to Miami's outstanding Israel Bond record."' climaxed by the recor:!hrcaking dinner held on May 17, which resulted in the purchase oi most bonds e\er sold a1 ai Israel Bond function. mfi %  jjpa^> ti rted that he had -. d in Israel he could not settle i mediately because he bad variPrime Minister's latest attack, Dr. ous positions in Jewish organizaImann denied em] [y that lions utsid ol Israel -which 1 Zionism had ever demanded from could not abandon abruptly" and its adherents (hat they should not thai once he did settle, he would rd themselves "as full and b< available for "an appropriate complete citizens o: their counposition or work." tries." Dr. Goldmann also said 1 But, he said, "I have never speciBen-Gurion had no right "to define fil(i w at kind f a position this the duties'of Zionists. He is neither OU! h: ,u Pe nor navc l madc an v the spokesman nor the official leadclaims to special^posts." er of the movement."' Social Worker to Speak Mrs. Helen Rosenkrj of ot so< ...' %  servic( the geriatrics clinic, ... At ... H< spit : es of thi ne> ysi tion < lini( I a kn son patio:;:a: th;. season's final meeting oi the Floi Pi nson 1 ndat on XI evening in the WJ din i P< > ral S; \ ings and 1.. an Assi N*< r :: .. j "Zionists have the full right to regard themselves as full citizens of their countries while at the same time helping build the State of Israel, work for its growth and development, encourage immigration of all those who wish or have to go to Israel and seeking lit said in clarification of reports about giving up his American citizenship that it should be obvious that if he ever accepted an official pi siti< n in Israel, "it would be only natural for me that when my work in Israel and for Israel would require it, I should give up my American ship" to become an Israeli The Wor'd Zionif* leader also touched oi an '' % %  > ct r' th-> uproar about a joint statement between Mr. Ben-Gurion and Jacob B'austein. honorary president of fhe American Jewish Committee, defining relationships between Israeli and American Jewry. Dr. Goldmann had criticized the statement, which in turn provoked the Prime Minister to make the statement which Dr. Goldmann answered in his press conference. The : Comm cri ze I Dr. Goldm; nn for • eatenii free ex us and cultural relationships" between Am i :an Ji and Israel and had accused him oi demanding that such cantacts should be channeled only "through a particular interm %  liaDr. Goldmann said he ha I never made such a demand and that he had not taken issue with the conof the Ben-Gurion-Blaustein statement. What he did object to, i i said, was that the Prime Minister had issued such a statement. with a representative of an organization which however meritorious "is far from being representative ot the American Jewish Community." 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I May 28, 1961 k m 1stfkrMHbm Page 15-B r w^^fe "^H i#^y P jfe RjV *<* %  ^5 R:-—* l-y. m Wood Sculpture Exhibit on Beach Depicts East Europe's Small Town Life LEGAL NOTICE A collection of wood sculpture being exhibited until July 29 by Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. at 1701 Meridian ave.. depicts the mode of life existing in a small town of Eastern Europe before these pockets of a highly formalized society were destroyed by the Nazis. IJKSS The Rabbi's Wife" shows ie clcssical form of Berel jtt's craftsmanship. The rood sculpture is in the colBction on display by Washagton Federal Savings and xm Assn. at its main office, [701 Meridian ave., Miami sach. iycees Present |f e Membership U Large, Miami public relais consultant, was presented an jrary life membership by the inn Junior Chamber of Comrce at its annual installation juet en May 20. tie a ard is tae highest honor [Jayc^es bestow, and was preed "ror outstanding contributo o.r city, state and nation." Itgoirg .Jaycee president. SanFreed, in presenting the rd. pointed out that only 25 anc women have been prerec.pients. kstalkd as new Jaycee preset we? George Firestone. Miinsurance executive. Installaof toe Miami officers for the was conducted by Burton rnal, former Florida Jaycee hdent, )hnsor E. Davis. HI. Miami Atley. ^r.d newly-elected Florida :w rresiden':, gave the prin|l adcress. Davis in a former sident of the Miami Jaycees. Civil Defense Class Scheduled A Civil Defense training course, sponsored by the Flamingo chapter of National Children's Cardiachospital, has been scheduled for June and will be open to anyone : over 14 years of age. Classes, supervised and taught by local Civil Defense personnel, will take place 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.. every Monday starting June 5. in 1 Melvin Cohen hall on the Children's Cardie Hospital grounds at Lejune and West Flagler. Berel Satt. born in Poland in 1880 and now living in Los Angeles is the artist and the collection of 44 complete" carvift'gs and has relief were acquired by the Morris L. Schaver Foundation of Detroit. Mich., which hopes to exhibit the works in every Jewish community throughout the world and eventually to place it in its permanent home in Israel. The sculptures recapture the dignity and nobility of lite in the poor Jewi.-h town, and show Sail's consuming interest in the love of Torah and learning. IN To Ins Although they are passing from the pages of history, the types and characters are those that have shaped the spiritual sense of the Jewish town, and whose influence has enriched nearly every form of Jewish life. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. S2868-C RE: Estate .>r NATHAN \. TRAUM \N I >. %  • a-e.l.% NOTICE TO CREDITORS AlUCwdtti-rs and All IteeMMWuHavC'alms >r Demands Against S'uld Estate: You are hereby notifie i tnd required in present ;in> claims and demands which you mav have against the estate of NATHAN N rRAUMAN deceased late ol Dade County, Florida, i" ill,County Judges • [>ade County, and file the name in theli ol lie. s In 1 he Count} Courthou* I lade 1 'nuntj. Florida, wit 1 ii i thl calendar months from the d.ite. >l the first publication h Vname v ill I..ha r< il FRANCES !• TR \l MAN, lixei 1'' JOSEPH A V< >N \;:\ Vttoi II.> "i02 Blsi aviu Fiul ling Miami, I I 5/28, 6 S-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ill.undersigned, desiring 1 gage in business under the fictitious name of AA'i.N" CONSTRUCTION at I"T N 'A. 17th Ave., Miami, Florida Intend* to register .-aid name with the < • rk of ih,Circull Coui' "i I ade Cou I -l. .1 i.ti.. SAIL MAM I'.l.l. Sole >W nel :. :< %  %  : J-'.-l0 Midwest Tells Higher Earnings Midwest Mortgage Co. this month reported earnings in I960 increased some $235,000. With a total net worth of almost four and one-quarter million dollars. Midwest is one of the strong financial institutions of its type in j the country. During 1960. Midwest added over [20 million dollars in servicing ; through closing and acquisitions, with a year-end servicing volume ] in excess of 95 million dollars. Dr. lehrman to Install Forty-Niners of Temple Emanu1 El will hold its installation supper j on Wednesday evening, in Sirkin : Hall. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, will I install the new officers and board ; members who will serve during ; 1961-62. BG to Address UIA By Special Report NEW YORK—Joseph Meyerhoff. general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, announced Wednesday that Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion will address a special dinner meeting of UJA officers, cabinet members and top leadership at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel on May 31. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 5417 BARBARA DANKER, Plaintiff, V.-. FRED THOMAS DANNER. 1 defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: PKHDTHoMAS DANNER 1200 Maryland Avenue Si Louis, Missouri You FRED THOMAS DANNER are hereb) notified that a Kill 111" Complaint i"i' Divorce has been flleii against you. ami you arc required to serve a copy of ynur Answer m" Pleading 1.. the Mill of Complaint mi the plaintiff's Attorney. ANGELO A. Al.l. 100 Almdey Building, Miami S2, Florida, aid file the original Answer or Pleading in the. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on • r before the 26tll day of .lane. 1961. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the rellel demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each week for four consecutive u e eks in Till: JEWISH Il .oiill HAN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this 23rd da\ oi May, A.I) 1961. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dude County, Florida .>.•:.!> B) : M CAVALARIS, 1 >eputy clerk A NO Kl.o A. AM cm Alnsley Building Mtnml :::•. Florl la At tome} for Plaintiff 5 26, 8 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, des ring 1 % %  • %  %  • Ir business under the fictitious name of I'l.AVMATKS at Dade Couni Intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STAN lit." |.M AL GADOL 5/26. 6/8-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 'lIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol COLONIAL HOMES at 21 South Kriime Avenue, Homestead, Florida, intends to register sal I name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court -if Dade County. Florida RICHMOND CORPORATION, 0 -'•• '"'ner J. DAVID LTEBMAN Attorney for Appllcunt .'1 S. Krome Ave Homestead, Ha. 5 26, 6 f 1 f • OLi it u a r 1 c s DOBERT £. LIVINGSTON •1 l..NW :'• at died -May 19. %  • %  .• ',: -i s ago from A 1 11 .i He I and ipei ated LlvlngMotoi the oldest u -• .1 cai agenkl Mil s.,rkiviiii are Ins wife. 1 .1 • %  Bon -, I. 11 and Sol n her, lemon; tw %  sisters, Mrs. I' .•.'.•! and Mi -s Dor s Living mi 1' 'in gran Ichlldren Ser> AIM Ma) 22 in • lordon Funeral JOHN C. KEEFER v ilerl I. in i.e. Miami Be H I Ma) 9 He ca n •• here elertii ,., mil ta where he • • red gas c impany sei v Ice III 9 survived bj his wife, Sei Ices w.-.e Muj 22 In Newt Home SAMUEL LIE8ERMAN "• rldl in ave Miami Beach, la. 2 He cm ie here 13 y< %  from \-w YorSurviving are [lfe, Mary, ami three sons. Serv• May tl m Riverside Me'' "I Cha ••!, Washington ave, I ISRAEL DIAMOND S8, of S746 Chase ave, Miami Beach, 1 .ii,'..! Ma> IT He :an e here 21 ye irs ago from Brooklyn and was a retired builder, Surviving ire three sons, loseph, Sam .:"! Dr. Jack, and a dauahti r, Mrs .>nj 1 G ivlin Sen Ices were Maj 19 In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washington ave. ALEXANDER ELSON AS, of 8t>o %  i.o..r 1 da -' died Ma) 11 in Rome, Ital). w hi e m a tour of Europe. He came % %  • Cor il Gable* from N'.-w York seven years ago and WHS a retin i man 1 icl irer He "• n, rii ii\ e m" %  ier of Ma inlc 1 B' SurvH Ing are h wife Mar) a son. Vim.in. .1 daughl r. Mrs Gertrude Harold; two brothers, Harry and Herman; and three grandchildren >,. M, es were Ma) L8 In Riverside Memi rial Chapel, 1 o .-i *• rd ABRAHAM MUSIKOFF Wesl 1 v., Miami Beach, Mil) ".!. He came here eislil r 1 from New York. Surviving two -ons, including Joseph I"•. and a daughter, Mrs. Helen ci'stein. Berviees were Maj '-"-' '" "ii Funeral Home MRS FANNIE STERLING 'I 2." • w St., Miami Beach, died 19, srie came here eiuhl years from Baltimore Surviving are h isb ind, MOMtwo daughtei AnniiiTKiiun and Mrs. Ruth r •'! %  ; ani two HOI 1 Services were 19 in Rivera de Cemorlal Chapel, Ulaw rd. MRS. FLORA TAUB sw 13 a 1 ed Ma> 'mi here 11 v %  % %  a S .1 and •'• • a niembi I'le j ,! Surviving er hnslmn-l, Hal 1 two |rm and I.t 1 H ndchil Iren -• %  It es • m 10.1 iion !•• n iral H LEE E. HOWARD in of 8988 Bav dr, son of the vice mavor of S ,rf> de, 'I eH May 17 in an lUtomobile accident. He came here 10 years neo from New York. Surviving are his parents, Mr. ami Mrs 1..... i> Howard; two brothers, David .mi Peter; and his maternal grandnarents, Mr. and Mrs. loon Lelbowlts. Services were May l* i" Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle MRS. ROSE KAUFMAN "4 of 'i4 Nil Fifth St., died May IT. Sh came from New Y< rk S6 years ago Surviving are two da^ughters. Mrs Sheila Welnstock Bfld Mrs. Mae Gordon: three grandchildren and six Breat-grandchildren Services were Mn) ,s in Gordon B^neral Home. MRS EVA STERN I ... 1081 NE 167 st NO. Miami ;:..,. h dii I Mi 17 She came here ,, s ..,-. .,,•.. from Philadelphia and ivas %  m. : r I Be h Corah C .1 are hei %  %  1 Funeral Home NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 6IC 5477 JOSEPH BENEDICT, Plaintiff, vs. THERESA BENEDICT, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: THERESA BENEDICT IT French Street New llrunswick. New Jerset You THERESA BENEDICT are hereb) notified that a Bill 01 Com plain! for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer 01 Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, Goldman. Goldstein 1961. E i: LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida 1 seal) By: HELEN KESKl.ER, Deput) Clerk 1 loldman, loldstein & Pa 1I1 2303 West Hauler St. Miami ::"•, Florida \ • 1 u a, > -for Plaintiff :. 26, 8 2-9' 16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PIONEER LUMBER ENTERPRISES' at 1160-100th Street. Ray Harbor Island. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of tiie Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOSAM CORP. By: M L Copperaian, President HARRY 7.1 KKKNICK Attorney for Ow ner 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida ". 26, fi 2 %  •-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names ol ,,f PARK'S REFRIGERATION \ All: CONDITIONING SERVICE: I'AUKS \li: CONDITIONING SERVICE: PARK'S VIR CONDITIONING al 7i> \ w -_• ".ill Stn ( • >f M laml In 1 ulto reglsttr said names with the lit Courl or l>a.lCount). Florida CHARLESO PVRKH (lEORGE, VMES Rl PTER ,.. • 1. Parks \\ 1st si M 1 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HANDY WASH at 310R N.W ^Tth Ave., Miami. K"'.i Intend to register -aid name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida CURTIS S HASTINGS K DELIGHT HASTINGS Sole 1 la ners CAIN & isis Attorneys for Applicants •. %  •".'i W Flagler St -. 26, 6 8-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5349 SARA 13. DENNIS, Plaintiff, \ s 1:1 i\\ \i:i> M BI'CHANAN 11 HETTY I BUCHANAN, his > I 1 lefendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl >: I :DW Vltl) M Bl 'il \\ VN ind BETTY I) Bl 'HAN VN, his u Residence 1'nknuwn Vol. and EACH l>F YOU. ARIfl HEREBY SOTIFIED that a Complaint To Foreclose Mortgage on the following des, rili...I prnpert) Lots 13 and 11. Block 1. FIRST ADDITION To IIIAI. CAII HoMKSITEH, according to the Plat there of, recorded in Plat Book 18, jt Page ::T ..I the r ibllc Rec >rds .f Dade County, Florida, together wi'h the Improvements thereon and the furniture, fixtures and equipment therein has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cop) ol your Answer or Pleading to the Complain! upon Plaintiff's attorney, 11 ROBERT Kot.TNoW. 529 West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in tho Office of IhClerk of the Circuit Court mi or before the 26th duy of June. l!>"il If von fail to do BO, Judgment by Default will he taken against you for the reliel demanded In th I 'omplaint. DATED at Miami, lode County, Florida, this 22nd da) of May, 1961. E. Ii. LEATHERMAN clerk of 1 'Ircuit Court Hade '.".in \, Florida (seal) By: E. H LANWAV 11. n\ 1 'lerk II ROBERT KOl.TNOW Attorney for Plaintiff :.y.' West Flagler St. Miami. Florida :. 26, fi J -'-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52588-A IN RE: Estate >! IlKI.I.i: RIKF I leeeaseil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate; You are hereb) notified and required to present an) claims and demands which you ma) have against the estate of BELLE RIKF deceased late if Hade Count). Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in ther Offices In the Counts Courthouse i'> Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred. ISAAC RIFF, 1 Ixecutor. HARRY M. ROSS, Attorney 913 Ainsle) Bids Miami ::.. 1" 5 26 6 2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52825 B IN RE: Estati HYMAN LURIE, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pers ma Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You..ir,hereby notified and required to present an) claims and demands which you m:ii have against the ttat HYMAN LURIE, deceased i/e .,1 Dadi %  %  i1 irlda, to tl>e cint) Judges of Dad CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA To Al.l. To WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, OREETnSOS: Whereas, HOWARD A MEYERS, MIAMI. FLORIDA; LAWRENCE I. HOLLANDER, MIAMI, FLORIDA; MARTIN D. KAHN. MIAMI. FLORIDA did on the 30th day of March, A.D. 1961, cause to be Incorporated und.r the provisions of Chapter •;'-, Florida Statutes, A-l ANSWERING SERVICE, INC. OK NORTHSIDE • corporation, with its principal pla • of business at MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, In the state of Florida, and whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 1 :• tIt da) of May, A.D. 1961, cause to be filed in the office of the Secretao of state of the state of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter i>"\ Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution ••! such corporation. Now. therefore, the Secretary ^ St.it. does hereb) eertlf) to the forgoing and that he is satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set m> hand and have a'fixed the Greal Seal of tho s'tate of Florida, nl Tallahai—-. the Capital, this the NINETEENTH da) of MAY, A.D. 1961. (seal) TOM A 1>AMS, Sei etar) of State r, 26 :i the same m their offices In • Count) Coin t house in I 'al" "ounl %  • Florida, w Ithln el jhl calend u ionl hs from the date of the first pub itlon 1 hereof, 01 ime will be barr I HARRY Ji >SEPH LL'RIE MARALENE Ll'RI A.Exec 11 %  •• the Estate if in in in Lur %  '' 1 VIYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN B) Louis Helm 1 n Attorne) s for I Ixe "it" irs I l.'.'i S.W 1 %  Btl Miami 36, Florid 1 ;. 26, 8 J -!1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52730-B IN RE: Estate of .1 \CK MIL.LER I deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH creditors an-i MI Persons Having Claims or Demand! Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands Which you ma) have against the estate of JACK MILLER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Countj Judges ol 1 ade • !ount) md lie the s'nie in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the dite of the first publication hereof, or I 's nilWill ht'.ilTe 1 SAMUEL BLANK CIER VLD -i i ::.i" N MILLER LOUIS HOIMA N \ ;-, of the Estate of Jack Mill" ised MYER8, HEIMAN ,v KAPL \ Lou I 1 \ %  Fift) 1150 S.W %  %  8 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52676-S IN RE: ISt ate of M W ALTSCHULLKR 1 leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ai I XII Persons Havind file I Ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: V .a. and eni h f you in notified and requ ed • present iny claims and deman 1hli h • >u, or %  it her of > OU mi' h.i\ i Igalns .•state of MAX ALTSCHULLRR Ie ci ased late of i a Ie i' >unt) FI >rld <. to the Honorable Count) I la.ie 'ounl > :• nd file I he same n their offices In the • "ount) Courtl in Had,County, Florida, within lght calendar months from th da ft s first publics lion hereol Sa d claims or demands to contain the legal ad dress of the claimant and to !><• sworn to and presented as ifores 111 it same will he ban -1 M Sei Ion 73J.16 of the 1946 Probate Act. Dated MIIV ::, A i> ll'rtl. IDA Al.TSCIIIl.l.Ki: As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of MAX Al.TSCHCLLER, Deceased, KOVNER .v MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Ida Altschuller, Executrix. 5 --12-19-8S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I i engag In business under the fictitious nan VXELROD ENTERPRISES .it 1170iiijnd street, Bo) Harboi isla.id, Miami, l-loiida Intend to real name with the Clerk .of the i 'ire lit i 'linn of I lade Count) .* Floi ri i JACK VXEI ROD REI'PEN VLEXR" D Sole s'HFVIN. GOODMAN .


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Page 12-B *Jeist norMi&r Friday. May 26. 1361 Capt. Gardner To be Speaker Capt. Leo Gardner. El A; Israel Virlines pioggpr, will bo ..-.i^S speaker at the Wednesday evenng meeting of the Unii 5j nagogue Youth, Dade Heights c •, r, accordi to Moi \ iuth director. red by the Di sterhi v rth I _• oup has n i re than m H to IT. Vfter sei i in AQMW .. -;. %  if^aunnn "' Pearly Gait by Hal Pear Two-Act Musical Comedy Slated • From "Sto 5." a !.v->-act musical School. Proceeds are for the comedy by Lenore Brooke with a Work Fund. As bj i ii Beach locale, presented bj rjieatte Guild of .\ %  forah Cong : Beach, with chr, lion bj Lei man and ch in w, v ith. will be luced bj the Sori?U 0] timist Club I Miami Beach on Saturday ai S > at Cu !" > cast feat Mi im B Set : i and a dancii r cry from ihe snail-i t !" v< things I the bei er hi .. ,.... firsi r ... -. hi %  .y bel nd Igini I OPEN DAILY from J to 9 ? "THE ARISTOC^iT CKOSHER RESTAURANTS CATERING FOR ALL OC : Air-Cond. UN 6-6043 frt Under Orthoaox Vaaa Hai5-940 71st btreet Photo Exhibits At Art Center Two photographic < .-• the Miami Beach Art Center on aj 22 and will continue thi tune naanDAY 5 I'M to 5 5 PS! SERVING DINNERS FRIDAY NIGHTS & SUNDAYS 1830 Ponce de Leon. Corner Majorca, Cora! Cat: n For Reservations call HI 8-5441 Closed Saftftfm ICS tor :nt* roie *>i me mmira %  >"~ %  Both exhibits are sp nsored by 0 n Sunday" is still making em stand in line for seats at aim New York Architectural evening performance. Other foreign hits are • The Bridge, a G.rma HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERER! from ho.-i d'oeuvret to o complete bvfftf M g 170 N. W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 9-7W4 Under the Supervision of the Beth Din of Greater Mia-ri OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS TO mm IWa American Institute of Architects, a id are linked with the official participation in the Centennial of Italy. n \rt Society entrJ'deraiUng*the"horrors oi war "Love and ^e Frenchwoman" and the New York chapter ol the -Saturday Night and Sunday Morning." the first French-made and the second. British, and both with sophisticated modern themes. well-spiced with sex and cynicism. Tre American-made films doing better than average in Manhattan are "Parrish," at the Radio City Music Hall, with Troy Donahue, of TV faire, and Claudette Colbert, Marlon Brandos "One Eyed Jacks," "A if | \m Raisin in the Sun," and Danny Kaye's "On the Double." IVIi^l \1 At the new Friars Club we ran into Alan Gale, who seem.fully recovered after his disastrous venture at C'opa City, evidenced by his keeping the luncheon crowd in a merry mood with his ad libs. He Just finished an engagement at the International here, returns to his Miami Beach home for a fortnight's respite, and then flies lo London for an i. ragement at the Pigalle Uso spotted singer Sid Gary at the FriarSid was featured for weeks this p si a1 the Barcelona, and it! Jack Parker, was recently in Mahattan for a few days ol Lou Nelson, the comic, and no stranger to Mi son from the Friars' pro. Ham Winston, in the driving net. Also th ire was .'• B v: ,-ille and radio twosome. Block I Sully. ite Benn> Davis the popular an IS er oi es. Mart u 1 former Beachite ai la A. I SI n and attornej L i henfield. the • • *§ t. m^^ *" ^W flr,t %  CEFTERS X X. N£W KOSHER ^f $P ^ROMWELL HOTEL Ocunfront at 20th St. • MMMI SErCH m ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SENSATIONAL No Rate Increase JULY 4. ALG. CATERING to IND/VIOUAL5 and GROUPS, All C'cas.orI KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED AT THE LOW SUMMER RATE Ocean-Front &. Ocean-View Rn-.s. & Every Other Rm. ONE PRICE NONE H.GHER Family A European Plan Rates on Rea.Jttl in 1936, when we had to travel : treacherous and overcrowded roads to reach Grossinger's and other , %  ipei i around Right now it's convention tune, and the !obb> or sports facilities are filled with badge-wearing delegates Played the Grossinger's golf course for the first time, and we felt like Cortex, when we climbed the hills and, although breathless (what Floridian is used to mountain-climbing?) we had enough air in our lungs to "ooh" and "ah" ever the many-mile view that you can glimpse from almost every tee and green. Never -aw such well kept and manicured fairways and green* grass, close-cropped, but thick as down, keeps the ball well teed no matter where it lies on the fairways Undulating, dipping and steepl) rising fairways make it tough going for a golfer used to the flat monotonous fairways ol most Florida courses, but what an experience it is to p i a y i this course, and see the most breathtaking scenerj imaginable CANDLELIGHT INN In The Heart of Cocor.ut Grove Banquet Facilities — Cocktail LOMKfli Henry Leitson, Mjr Tr/iPCl ALL-EXPENSE TRIP FOR TWO ^/ j j \ 2 WEEKS-ENGLAND & SCOTLAND MM4IP" %  ** world leader in jel travel T-o. orrongemenlt by JIMS -or a mni •nd Show T.QV.I Service TRADITIONAL OPiN-HlAKTH COOKERY 12* 3S00 CORAL WAY VMIAMI • HI 5-lW The Royal Hungarian "* fffl fOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-540]_ Now Open New Preview Restaurant AND LOUNGE UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF TOM TRULlS 40 Years Experience for reservations phone HI 3-2038 or HI 3-/98 3622 CORAL WAY



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Page 10-A 9-Jenist fkrilfar Friday. May 26, lggi Judge Friedman: Profile of a President When the 85th annual convention of B'nai B'rith. D:>::ict 5. ci ncludea en June 7 here In Miami Beach, its new president will be .Miami's Judge Milton A Friedman. The new president of the Souths largest Jewish fraternal and service order will look north from Miami to a following of 12.000 members in 101 lodges—in Florida. Georgia. South Carolina. North Carolina. Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland in tne Miami area itself, B'nai B'rith adherents number 4.000 strong. The youthful protege of the late Abe Aronovitz assumes a mantle which has been worn since the \ear 1867, when District 5 was instituted in Baltimore. Md. B'nai B'rith was 24 years old at the time, with a national membership some what less than today's District 5 membership. Judge Friedman's personnal service in B'nai B'rith numbers 31 years. For a youthful man of Ml, much the image of an in-thepinkgolfer, three decades-plus o* experience in any organization is rich background. Judge Friedman joined AZA, the youth branch of B'nai B'riih, as a boy of 16, less than handful of years after the arrival in Miami from Nw York City. Leaning back in his law offices in the A in .-ley bldg.. the .1 attempts to recall why he joine i AZA "All the kids in our ^roup decided to form an AZA chapter. Ike Lev in brought us together. Mso "my dad was an ardent Ben B'rith." Friedman's civic appointments range from presidency of Shenan!< ah Paddie's Assn.. through I. under and trustee of the Greater Miami .Jewish Federation to board governor of the National Cardiac Hospital. He feels that ht has received mostly "just friends" from B'nai B'rith JUDGE MIITON FRIEDMAN ."just friends" "The satisfaction, the seltish satisfaction of knowing that in B'nai B'rith. whatever you are engaged in. you're helping others, this is a great thing. You build and maintain a hospital, but you don't really think you'll be needing it; you build a Hillel House, and your own children may either not be ready for. or may have lett college: you fight for non-discrimination in, say. hotels or medical -chools and likely are not perinally interested in either. "There's not a program in 3nai B'rith that doesn't perform a service for someone Every Jew, whether he belongs to B'nai B'rith or not. receives, tangibly cr intangibly, some daily benefit from B'nai B'rith. That's a wonderful feeling to get out of an organization, any organization." And this, in the eyes u the new Have that ^ Business Meeting* # # Special Occasion ^ Banquet, or You'll find corrpl-re facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade ccd Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private pa-ty I president of B'nai B'riths eastern states a is up to friends." Leadership is not a new experience for Judge Friedman. A three-term municipal judge, a past vice president of Beth David, a past president of the Greater Miami Jew-sh Community Center, he has also climbed the various rungs of B'nai B'rith offices. He has served as president of Florida's senior lodge, Sholem, as president of the Florida State Fede ration of B'nai B'rith Lodges, as National Youth Commissioner (six years) of B'nai B'rith, and as vice president of the Florida ADL. Judge Friedman admits to no new projects in mind tor District 5. But it is his intention to place vigorous emphasis on already existing B'nai B'rith programs — Jewish education, youth work. support for communal needs, and ADL. "Isn't is a sad commentary that Hitler was Jewry's best membership director?" Judge Friedman is no "Yom Kipper speaker." He does not bemoan the "sad state" of Jewry, does not see fossilization in tomorrow's generation of Jewish leaders. Why should I? I go to a B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and see hundreds of young people voluntarily, enthusiastically at Friday night and Saturday morning services. Here is a pointer tar more meaningful than sermons )i doom made by persons without real contact with our youth Asked about his own children —he has three, Ronald, 13, at the University of North Carolina, Kenneth, 16, at Miami High Hollywood Man Named Chairman Manuel I. Solomon, of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood lias been named Southeast chairman for the national biennial convention ol i. United Synagogue of America The convention, to be held Nov 12 to lj a; Kiamesha Lake, \ Y will be attended by more than I !elegates representing 700 vative congregations in the States and Canada. Solomon a past member of board of trustees Of Temple B (1 Sholem, and is irr mi ngi School, ar.d Judith. 11, at Coral y/*v Sernen^ary Schoo' — the J jdge at last indulges in a boastrul srriie. is a past presiAZA chapter, my rmd.state secretary >' AZA. •; tins (* r e w 1, P wantmg ;o itM In their 1i Id) 's -hoes. and I suppose part of their m vation was to excel the old : If I left B'nai B'rith tomorrow their involvement and m lUvaOoa is such now that they'd coi notwithstanding. You making and development friendships, the sense • tion in knowing that > in? others ." lor Inlormatiom HAZEL ALLISON CATERING OUSCTOJ JE 1-6061 •6th St. A Collins i. WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN ATTHE B ALMORA[ Elegant, luxurious surroundings, faultless service, exceptional cuisine. Croups of 10 to 600 catered in the royal manner! FREE On-Premistj HOTEL • POOl Packing BALMORAL CABANA ClUS SIX ACM5 OH TH! fXIAN AT 9Mi STRUT &f / %  UMI HKM "The Prestige Address" FOR have a truly luxurious wrecrdincf =tr >z;a* :\ banquet at the exciting ... rUHloweleiiMt-! „^fiV llA.fi at sensible prices! !" ma 3eciu5* at aur matchless ta: and eioer:?nced management ind wpertly trained staff. v*ec3" iic jny went for much less than rou could imagine 1 vet you *i'i enioy a" (he glamour and excitement of Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel 1 And 'emember-here at the Seville— luncheon 'or ten or a banquet for aver a tnousand can Be served *ith the same gracious ease 1 Consult os saw Call ESTELLE POLAK Catering Manager ^S* %  Also Avaifabie Strictly Kosher Cofer/rj JEfferson 2-2611 OCEANFRONT. 29th TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BEACH • •• £*, tWnchaona, Taae. "tacaptlona. Banquets. Partlaa, Omnara from 20 to 2000 catarad In th manner of tna Diplomat... en unhurrlad, ovar-actantlva. aoft-eookon aarvica that makaea on avant of your occaeloow THE DIPLOMAT MOTEl AND COUNTS ciue I 700 fmml or OCJK 'n.ocr InforTjt'on Domenic _^-fW-"-^ >\>W tt rfl otttaine eua>' .JL~***< Tha ultimata aomptimant to your 0 -••'• a* #j Invitation to have your function aatored oy Pontelnebieau •xparte...with th fi-.* •wlelna, t>av*r 9M ,nd aarv'oa worthy OP t,-a woridt mot baajtlfui hotel. •ANQUET8 • WEDDINQ3 • RECEPTION* %  fiaiM A,m A'oltoble FONTAlNreiEAU CATERiN AT YOUR HOMI d So .'. 5a %  • %  > • Banaual Manager JEfferson 8-8811 • %  HI Kill At II,, IflUf mikml || A |



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Po<7 14 B + l4istfkridlfon Fridcy, Mcy ;: Rabbi Returns From Inspection i ii I '...'! 'I I%  nn ,., I in Jin. : I'll Uuhiiq and h i ,. i,. Hi II, •! IJI ul II IIMIII him ii, ihi plunl %  •! in in in N< v..i ^ i ,. yorfc Citj % %  %  • %  I'1 %  ''"' i rtford 11 itmpanic in Ihe <• ciUei ppjj i., in i n %  ul und poultry to I I.I (,, i .in i M t.i II %  i area it.iiiin %  i, ,.,.i and %  '• I'-it ii imp Ii | in ., >n. HUI kohhci i "i' "in if .,i I'M HI no landurd pri v.uiiiii: HKI' i i.i,. Item vii '!> different • r i. %  ..i. I,I "koshering" wenitu di-rf dru'ng Hm trip "In oidn to crul with IM iUnuii|iMO *'••* %  •* that ii,. hi. mane slauiihtering bill i.ir-.. nily b*fr the Florida I 'i Itlatura my ln on lite lo>.hr industry II passed." iii run Junction with hi ill ru i. ,iui ul ihr proposed 1111111. %  11• i.nii'.li i. i II lull here, Kulibl Slei n .'i o i. I,I. II. ,1 w %  111 Habhl I'IIK ii.. 'l .ii/ iniiiilii i ul iln prt'Hidli I Hi i in. HI ul Orthodox Kabliix nl Ihr I billed State* and Canada Iln lath .l.ii..Ii • puitunl leader I .r .inn <> .1 lli.il lir ll-l MIUI' i., < i \. .I .in 111 \ it ul ion ii> iisiiis i IHI r\|irii before Ihr legislature in 'I .ill.ill.II MT Habhl SHIII '.mi ili.ii hi* rruks country lnui U'lin in lull.ill ul iln' I in. HI nl i ii I bollux K.ihlii i Jaycees Head Israel Parade .'. m I.I ( mil MM: irr mi Kmplo) i i nl ul Ihr ll.iii.lu .|| il U illi head iltuirtrm in Minim recent I) spun •, i. .• ,i ii 11• l>\ I'riri Knox i>> Israel In |*i niii.iir employment nl i ii e i I., n npprd iln mil ii i li r Junior I Illllll I'l ( lllll IIUTl !• Knox report* lhal when hr nr i v. . n Hul I did find .i livrlj paradr II |'l i 'I I'-.\llll W lll'l l< \\ I'l I' I III' (.1 \ i ...innihr paradr, ul roui w lm ii %  % %  In l.nun h .i hire the hmidii pped • -iinp.i11n \n niplo) i education eampaiKU i i %  iu|l'\ • hr handirapprd w ill • %  i hi II ni| in tiled Ihri e w it' i guaranteed suppi ii >.i ihr Is i n\ernnicnl IV pai inieni ol i HI Construction haa •imted on new ultra-modern Food Fair supermarket on northweel comei of 10 at. and Alton rd. This will be the eighth Food Fail store on Miami Beach, keeping %  top with the Increasing concentration on the west side of multi-storied apartmenl houses. The new supermarket will have 20.000 sq. H. Ol floor space and parking for 150 cars. It will have conducted by the (Jreater Miami Jewi*h Com munit) Center .it nil four branches mi I'IIII.IN under Ihc auspices ol Ihe ('enter'n earl) childhood develop luiiii program I', [inning nl 10 00 .i m 250 child' ren nl Ihe four schools will present ., upriiiK feslival and graduation program of sun.'. dance* rhythms .uwl ill .iiii.il ,i R iii, iiiii. inn" are Robert Behar, |{,i| nl C;:\ R I l.l'.n .ill Cnllrll. Joan (iottheb, \iilin\ Jaffer, Susan Kramer, Cynthia Lubell, James Needell, (..nl Rosenlhal, Debra Pushkin, .Ion Seitlin. Ronna S;i i> wit/. Wend) si.'in \nu.i Alter, Da \ ul Baer, Jay liloch, Beth Carlton, Andrew Dresner Howard Kain, Rob in Poster, Inn Gordon, Amy Hack myer, Stan Heymnnn, Sidney Juli us. Hradlc) Marshall Judy Marktnson, Brenda Piskin, Donal I Itasku James Rob* nRruce rteifl', Mori* I hler, Daniel \\ .i\. Beth 1 mdn Blechman, Bi ad Iternkranl. Jrftrej Brookmire, l oi ru Cava, I !rn (li ssermat Kl It-it Carol Nidilch, Jeffrey Kaplan, .liinu s Michael Stock, Howard Co hen, Tana Vdli r ; > \sch, Bonnie >• ,, %  % %  Jei r> I'.I lb, Vbbi f.ayh dram l hat '< Ureene. Roy Keldmi • %  Warm Kvipu 1 ,en Seual H Ti pp Krit li Bader, David chimes, Michael Ep stein, Harriet Kurd. David Pried sun. Joan Krirdson. Hcischcl Gel fand, Gar) Glick, Daniel Golden, Laurie Goodman, Audrey Halpem, Jonathon Jacobi, Bllen Kusnner, Donna Lake. Gloria Lsithoff, Mark Lipitz, Jeffrey Margolin, Steven Meyers, Robert Orshan, Barbara Rachlin, Hand.ill Bobbins, James Ruskin, Steven Scherker, Robin Sexner and Allen Wacholder. Miami Executive Off to Seminar •, Day Centers has rti< ipate in a roup work with peopli %  •" 5 to 10 at Lake .\ v. The seminar will be hi Id June '"o 10. Sponsor) ointlj bj 'he National Council Iging, American Public Welfari Assn National Assn "I Special Workers, and National Institute Ol Mental Health. Lh< seminar will bring together professionals working in the Held HI gerontology. s, hreiber w ,1 ; .n in the studies and discussions relating to the growth and development of older adull Da> Centers and the place ol social group work services Senior Day Centers is Dade county's newest social service agency. Us firsl unit, the Malcolm ROSS ten ler. provides a social work protram daily. Mondaj through Friday, and Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and is open to all older adulls. The Center is staffed by professional social workers and more than 20 volunteers from the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women. Parents Day Dinner Sisterhood ol Congregation Beth El will hold a PerentS Day dinner in Dora August Memorial Hall on Sunday at 6:30 p m. Temple Judeo Amtwj p ic(|j( Annual pink ,. religious school J theson Hammock **' %  %  %  • '' : UIK prizes for par, planned by Benjai ,. : : edu .. n tjiim director. Temple Emanu-EI NowRegisterlnq l cm ] Emai ,* Wi school is now ; pt, n g regisu* tion for fall c); ,, eparments of the schocl, The nursery -the si sion oi Mrs. N'ai am • lg fJJ children bet cet •,, : | l;v J years of agt ( |j • -,are .: sesski] five days each %  .,,: %  f ron ara | to 12 noon, one bus trailrtationl is provided. | The Found;.-., r. Schtt | brew and seculai program which! covers kindergarter through third) grade, is open •.< children between, five and seven years of age, and is] under the directn n if Mrs. Minan P. Ainsicld. principal. Program also includes Iransportauortnd b lunch, and is coi iUd al ;oeTen pie's North Bh I ldg..n l. an Dickens ave. Daily religious and Sunday id classes for childrei :. tl • kinder] -arten through -Mb grade ajew held at both Ihe Tarn ar.i Norjj Branch buildings. The school] gram also includes Bas and 1 Mitzvah training 'reparation confirmation ai d Hebren Hal School. Few Reservations Still Available \ tew reservatiORI are still avail aide on the June tour to Israel and Europe being sponsored by the Southeast region ol the Zionist Organisation of America, according to David Goodwin, regional tourism chairman Two groups will depart trom New York on this tour the firs! leaves June ii. by jet. and will return on July 18 via jet, or on July 2t> via h p Ihe second croup will depart on the 88 Atlantic June M. and will return on the SS Statendam on July K In addition te I complete allexpense lour of Europe, each oi t In tours Will meet in Naples and travel together to Israel by boat, where ihej will spend 16 days. An optional tour ol Israel has also been arranged. t I From BRAHMS to BARTOK > on II Htv the World s Finest Music lo Hours a Day on WKAT-FM Broi ghl v yoi by Miami s Finest AdvQ I >e-s Fro n So*' r N< TO Sa\ inos i~"< terns to thi budget v'f otter departments the j •' Miami Beat •' %  } ar for • I easilj i -.. • We tfcmk ii s tim to fill *hat rooms w,th carefree ftt spending cooveiv ti*>eis wedi iraes prv i I Is* %  •eee laakiainal x Dae K I -,;cke-: :ler;.' s % %  %  "wek %  hero j> oVmo.•• ?J two years • a" CJ s race fee elee When you move to town...or to j a new home... j Your Welcome Wagon J Hostess will call with a • basket of gifts ... and • friendly greetings from • our religious, civic and \ business leaders. J If you, or others you J know, are moving, be • sure to phone Welcome • Wagon. • HI 8-4994 : WELCOME WAGON k^.V.1



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fJewisti Fforidliain Page 7-fl. Library to Close For the Summer Central Library of the Bureau of Jewish Education will close for the summer on June 15. .in:! will re; open Aug. 31 Mrs. Anna SitltOW, Bureau librarian, urged that all outstanding books be returned by the 15!h. During the past year, over 3.000 people borrowed some 6.000 volumes in Hebrew. English and Yiddish from the library which contains 7.000 volumes in the general field of Jewish novels, philosophy, religion, history, and biography. Schweitzer Book on Agenda Albert Schweitzer's autobiography. Out ot My Lue and will be discuss* I al the Miami i lie Library on Monday. 7 I at the last meeting of the >l Bocks discussion group, according to Allan Timberlake, leader, rtie group will resume .is meetings In September. ft tc right (first row) are Sharon Louise Kline, jyrnc E. Slotsky. Edith Leslie Kaufman. RabNc:man N. Shapiro, Cantor William W. Gail Suzanne Smilan, Lynda H. hwarte, Charlene Ugent. Second row (left rig;. are Joan Marcia Ackerman, Linda Lee eiri-.'.e. Janet Deborah Lipschutz, Diane Ruth z, Andrea Warshaw, Lynne H. Rosenberg. y)e Fhyllt3 Maxwell, Freya J. Feld. Third w (left to right, axe Marvin Schreiber, one of e confirmation teachers, Diane Joy Blitt, RobIpso: ou ert Neil Stone, Philip Gold, Hillel Daniel Segal. Arnold Elliot Willen, Michael Edward Schweitzer, Alan William Jacobson, Bettee-Aynn Amsterdam, Saul Rabin, educational director. Not in picture axe Ellen Coulton and Ilene Goldbla:t. They are members of the Beth David class to be confirmed as special services Sunday evening. Program will include Rabbi Norman Shapiro, Cantor William Lipson, and Saul Rabin. The library also contains two special sections on juvenile literature and reference files for research in Jewish Bible, literature and education. Memorial Service At Mt. Nebo Department of Florida, J War Veterans of the United S f; in, will hold its annual Memorial v services Sunday. H a.m., ac Mt. Nebo Cemelerv Hy M Morns, vice commander for the Fourth region, and i past department commander, is In Board of License of the Bureau charge of the program, and partici ennedy Will Play Hcst to Gurion Continued From Page 1A Pri*"e Minister remarked with Bmik "What 1 > you mean—fareH? ."m returning in a short e. ar. i when [ come back I will l ev %  thing—if there is anything tell Mr. Sen Guri I also accepted inalic;to address an Israel nd d nner in Philadelphia on r.d; i. .. •'..' lOth anlersan of I h r i-1 Bond Orlizi H .. %  i address. MJ 31, a : nner-meetol e United sh Appeal den hich be held at the dot' Astoria u re. (In (Israel, mo p-ess indicated at h'r. Ben-Gj'ien may ask 'resicnt Kenredy for a renewal of 1he 19SJ Arglo-AmericanFrencb declara'sn on the Midle Eest, whic** guarantees the rest-Israe 1 -Arab borders, or ie IT>£ / discuss Hto possibility of ch a four-paw*.' declaration in which the Soviet Union should be the fourth power.) of Jewish Education at its last meeting issued teachers licenses to Evelyn Rotman. Irving Rotman. Bruce Richman. Abraham Rosenfeld. Yaffa Rosenthal and Sherwin Stauber. Sunday school licenses were issued to Elissa Kaufman. Ellen Katzman, and Blanche Turgel. To date, the Board of License, chaired by Sol Goldman, honorary president of the Bureau, has issued licenses to 47 Hebrew teachers and Mr. Ben-Gurion's meeting nedy a general view of the Israel j Government on Middle East prob-| 7 2 to Sunday school teachers, with special the meetings which President Kennedy is to departure for Pans the next day. I held with President de Gaulle of The Israel Prime Minister, it is France and later with Soviet Prebelieved, will present to Mr Kenmier Nikita Khrushchev. I lems, presumably consideration toward come prior to Pre-iaent Kennedys At the 20th annual meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education, first preschool teachers licenses were presented to 21 preschool teachers throughout the Jewish community, pating will be the color guar I if all Jewish War Veterans po--n the South Florida arc. Services will conclude with tho firing ol the traditional three vo! '< leys by the department firing 1| id, : and taps will be blown by A | Stuart and Michael Dresner. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, honorary chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans, Department of Florida, and chaplain at the Veterans Administration Hospital. Coral Gables, will be in charge of the liturgical services. Graves of all veterans ol the Jew! ish faith, in cemeteries throughout the Greater Miami area will be decorated with American flags, lock well Takes Hard in Riots Cc-tinued : ~3.~? Paja 1A txplos'/e situation 1 there was lothir-. the F3?-J! -|overnment :culo t: to hi i Rsckwell's Naii Jur. HoweveAlabama's At% orne. Genera VjcDonald Galllion v cned Roclcwt!) to "stesr [e'ear of Alabama, stating he [was k-iwelco— I •'•ere. M<. • hile, unty oficialnno in< %  '0011011 of B Itrict ordinan luiring solicit< rs tc oe pi iphe i and fin•rprinted and to establish 'good I arad • and business respectswitty' with Commonwealth AtI rnej V illiam J. Hassen, pointing t>ui thai, without such legal ma[hinery, The American Na*i Party Would r :> allowed 'free rein to go pom door to door in Arlington. Soliciting memberships." Mr. Hassan said the Nazi group k'ould not be granted a permit for olicitation under the "good char I bus .lability'' clause of the • rdii ance. •'"' % % %  "' %  % % %  *' ; C'i' ;3r.||a


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May 26. 1961 'Jm4'sti nnrSdlicMn Page 13-A mw % %  GEMS OF WISDOM |jp> :oun.sel can be given on how %  -^ |>n'(ie. We must strunnle i: all the days of our Uf e BFR. • i%  :ing is more dangerous for a :an than pride. —TALMUD. • B n'.!e and envy with which even U among us seem infected. greatest menace to our K. al inl • p E. YBBSHITZ. • til. ihtine 'award men is re|in I to God. NAHMANIDES. irrogance it the %>ite to many OR1IOT ZADDIKIM. mf tver mm becomes proud, let %  %  • II .; mosquito pre led him m the Divine order of tai SANHEDRIN. 11 %  laid There's no TO on in L Id the arrogant 1 t tLMUD. i i'.. !e is the i i >/ all evils. vn M nan rnitfn nins-tf? r T : ••. r T : T tan rs np"D?3 mnnn "3 •• : T •• TV %  T ititaBi rftiyy .o^aip p ^tf Q"?p T ^an ^K n'pan f}D| trxxmn n^an Irr'w Errata D$$ ,ns ,, n • : TV T .D^itf ni3V"'?* ,, ?nn heft rnan *?# n'pnnnn bias nrrn 0*071 nnm IT T : T • • • • T T:T f?"|| ]9*n ^'aa ip ,nxa r:p r na na^m rnann i ? T p^ a 6o-a toraf,n-?T[ pv D^Jto D-tfax 1,100 ton mann nato ."?Daa : T T I v : T : • [aa an jroi lain Tjc/aa Dai ,*nxvn np r nan 'nptf hx^-pna O W TI n^y bob n2?paa nnann *?x us T "r i <& OL 9&*/m O/ JMi. (ami s r^cligioHS d^ife Let Us Blend Our Spirit With Symphony of Judaism By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL Coral Way Jewish Center The unfinished symphony of Judaism has ever captivated the heart of humanity with compelling themes of ethical Monotheism, eternal hope, and rational idealism. Today's space age has broken the sound barrier. Disonance is heard in place of exquisite harmony; counter-themes of tangential importance have supplanted the dominant motifs of affirming the morally good lite, the unsurpassed beauty and immortal quality of Zion'j music to guide mankind. In a %  mic noise, hi-fidelity and longplaying v lound, man must be caref ict ily to push the right button The right sound, the proper mood music must he determiti played daily, hourly. Sho decisions of either abiding I c nviction, or compromising of ideals, or rationalizing s e r v i c c s J Ii i s \AJ e e h e n d Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will De returned as proof of their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle ava. Orthodox. Rabbi liaac Ever. ANSHE EMES. Conservative, president. 2533 SW 19tn ave. Maxwell Silberman, RA2BI SAMUiL APklL symphony of Judaism BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Saturdaj' '.• a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Lurry, son ol Mi and Mrs. Sam St-hatzn 3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Sch''f I p.m. Sal ur In J S JO ii.ii' Sernn Ti n!n fur a Bolter T< for the Pant?" Ba organizations. Politics.'ulterior motives, and sublimation are the outfcft*/ oelalw*' sSda" M a' rageous cries of the unaffiliated. Together with the wisdom of Eccles-, jtar Mitzvah: Phil, son of Mr siastes, they lament that ". in the place of justice, that wickedness Mrj r ^'^ ; ; '% %  ;|-j, Jjard, son was there; ar.d in the Dlace of righteousness wickedness was there."! -1— • — The .vnagogue, which promulgates the Torah, is the central pillar CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 • T ... ,, ,, Wasnirqton ave. Orthodox. R.ibbi and powerful musical core of our faith, around which all the supporting i Abraham otrassfeid. movements )f Judaism must rise to crescendo or fall to pianisimo and '___., ^...—•."777^,. rcMTCD oblivion. Individuals who preach the Torah may falter; laity and clergy I 8755 sw 6t h st.. Miami. Rabbi samalike mav falselv interpret difficult passages. The theme may be dis-l •' April. Cantor Gersnon Levin. .. ... i _, !" ., • ^..i lay 8:30 i>.m. i .nifiiinati'in: l-.lh.-l, guised and distorted by imperfect musicians. This in no way negates daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Korn the perfection of the Omnipotent or His Torah. Saturda; 9 a.m. Sermon: "The ImLet every man strive to blend his instrumental tone and tenor, with '""'"' # the majestic and triumphant symphony of total Judaism, by subordinatDADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREing his own musical interpretations to those of the Conductor and Creator f^Ja't^e. Rabbi Ma^x zucker!'can 0 tor on High. Then will spiritual Israel conclude the final notes of the score Emanuei Mandei. and lead humanity to the grand finale of peace, understanding and £J*&..' £ .'; Ke"/ c ommander brotherhood for all men. Abe H rowltz Post 8S2, and Joseph 7..< immancler No. Dade Post Ti-i of Jewish War Veterans, will nar%  Bpei ill Memorial Ber\'lces. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "And There Was i Man." Sunday 9 a.m. Comi -: i • %  r i r s.j\ ice, 10:30 a.m. L'nlflB'nal Sholem procession and i to Dade H< Ights Jew Ish %  Ion. TALES OF MORALS Tlttrr? were two uniudirul creatures. On-was mult-headed and lingle-tdiled and th? other was • %  niil; -headed. For ,i nme. th eatures "i along well as the I toI and jdi erst i > % % %  %  ionditions ere •tn tlie % %  .' -. I I %  d the" im%  %  .. %  %  %  : imi lld !! %  .:> %  .. : the lu\:.ibegti tut One insi ited that wasn't < od enougl The tinted that the ca\ % %  j. the> jrgued, the elements dej ttroyed u MORAI : %  is fa better to have .'•... illoti'ei v ilia>i many leaden and jew followers 1 •T"yiSpan TH P UK 1 ? Bv RA33I SAMUEL FOX IV • I: • ... i • v T (rvnVis nna* nna rysina) • T • • ;' 1 •* T I ANSLAWN a %  ii' CSS I .rtant is the fact that ompany produces its products ..local raw materials. Giant and trucks' bring the phOS%  from the Negev and the potrom th • Dead Sea to the cominstallati ins which are situ:n Haifa bay, where they unvario I • processes. be< of the Chemicals Fertilizers were very modest, gradually the company grew set up m my installations which l£ 60 million. me 1,100 persons now work in %  terprise. The company's ernes have gradually acquired experience in all fields of irch and production, and cal enl irprises abroad have d to the company requesting In supply them with its techknow-how. ''..blished by Brit Ivrit Olamit) The cotnnmnity is to the civilrd man what the atmosphere is the body. If it is pure and lolesome, he is healthy. If ft is ( and Stifling, he stifles. If it %  cut off, he dies. H. SAW Why does Jewish tradition reguire one to wash his hands upon arising in the morning? Various reasons are offered tor this tra litioti the "medieval authorities A '.--•:• ben Yechiel (the "Rosh" claims that the reason tor this tradition is. jhe fact that ihe hands move about through the night and presumably came in contact with some unclean part of the body. Rabbi %  "• b^ Aderet ("Rashba") claims that the reason i s bei mse ivery man is likened unto a nei ition i verj morning when he > and he is required to wash his bands like the priest who enters the sanctuary to perform his wen duties. Later authorities i lim that a spirit of impurity 0V( takes the human body either coming with the phenomenon 0 £ sli with the coming of n lgh1 ai npure spirit is eradicated bj • ish ng the hands upon arising in • morning. The Zohar (Genesis 184b) bases this tradition upon a passage in i the Psalms 86.6) which states: "I will wash my hands in innocence; -o will I encompass thine altar" and goes on to explain the situation as follows: "Every man nas a torctaste of death during the night, because the holy soul leaves him. and the unclean spirit rests on the body and makes it unclean. When, however, the soul returns to the body, the This page is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual LeadI era of the Greater Miami Rubbm5 leal Aisn. RahH David Hcrson Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rahbi David Hcrson Tales of Moral Rabbi Solomon Schiff Wisdom %  MMiniwwiniiiriiiHrriri'r *'"""" i ""' iiii "* inin i p —' Hi pollution disappears save from the man's hands, which retain it ar.d thus remain unclean When he washes them, however, he becomes sanctified and is called h • i Why do pious Jews place two vessels near their bed upon retiring? The tradition is to place one vessel which is filled with water and one vessel which is empty, near one's bed before retiring so that one may immediately be able to wash one's hands by pouring the water from the vessel filled with water over one's hands and into the empty vessel. Kabbahsts base this upon a statement they claim to have found in the Zohar which prohibits a man from walking a distance of lour cubits without washing one's hands. The Zohar (Genesis 184b) speaks of two vessels FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. -Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein. •Vtda; •'• ','.ni s.i • irdaj B a.m. — • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi Dav a Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Hailbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Raobi Morton Malavs-.y. Cantor Louis Cohen. • v J—KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW !2th ave. Traditional. — %  • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr Orthodox RabOr'Phinea.s Weberman — • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klali I1 i.i iy H:l-> p.m ~ i :' I. Su tui i 8:30 .i TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320 NE 171st st. Raooi Jonah Caplan. • TEMPLE CETh AT/. ',?50 N. Kendall dr.. S Miami. Reform RaDbi HerbeM Baumgard. Canter Charles Kodner. Irl i. I Si Whal I • TEMLE B=TH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform RauDi Samuel Jaffa. -—• TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. %  i ula> S |i in. Saturday 9 a.m. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat, ave. Liberal. Kabbi Leon KronislCantor Davla Conviser. %  S:1B p.m, Sermon: "There Will > to Menu rlnliie thi I %  ad ins. Saturdaj 10:45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Laurence, .-"u of Mr. and .\li> i Topol. • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harr> L. Lawrence. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative Rantv |rvn Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler Reform. Rabb Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacoo Bornstein. • TEMPLE JUDb'.. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morris SKop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Bleaaed be the i. -i. .--.\i.ik--i s." Saturdaj 10:SO am Bar Mltsvah: Kenneth, % "!! 6f Mr. and Mrs Jack Cogen: Roger, son i| Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Mlttleman TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th it. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. Friday 1:13 >.m Adult education class members to inhonored with volun%  Mof the S'am Sklar Library, Sermon: "Three R' of Rellgl m* Stud} Saturdaj 8:46 a.m Bar Mltavah: RobI ert, Mm -I' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kllnger. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. .. 8:13 p.m, Sermon: ''W li > la \\ is; Saturd iv II a m. Bar van: S e m of Mr. and Mrs. Vs 11%  an TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl Leo Heim. p,,,; ii "Loneliness H!i lnnl i latli '. ol • J .%  %  i; Klinbbat host*: Jei War Vel u V i'-' 1 Auxl Mi n rial I >aj Sal .• m 'Weeklj Portion at the La • TEMPLE 2-VMOR. 44 Zamora ave. • Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon riurwitz. • TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th t. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Gnldfarb. 1.;,:.. p.m Pi r non: "' %  "' i the 1 Mits Mai of Mi and | lain In Hi towli TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. I %  %  al > .itur i i • '' %  •Mghi La s of !-• arnli • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Sttinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. p %  p.m l: :i laureate i .mil Senior High j ivi II agraduati M of -, hoi 1 Saturdaj J i.m. Popl in |a,i .;, %  • : .:: "A New la %  -innin;; TEMPLE ISRhL. -37 Kit 'lUi YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st at Orthofix. Raobi 8herwin Stauber. i 1 CANDLWGMMG TIMt 11 Sivcm — 6 :51 pan. 1 %  UBUituiiiuinioranuinntiunniiTmiiiiiiiiTiiiniii.iiiiiiii'tiiMiiiiHi'tiiiiH r l



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Page 16-B t" Inw f #• flforAVfffor? Friday, May 26. PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY JUNE 2 I There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! BEEF Forequarters 175 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 54 c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME 67 c lb. 32 POUND AVERAGE LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE m BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME 54'. 12 LB. AVERAGE 83i CHUCK OF LAMB 18 LB. AVERAGE 43 c lb. BABY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE 43 GENUINE c lb. Calf Liver 10 LB. BUCKET 0 NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY MIAMI T SW e ? 7t AVE. I Westchester Shopping Plaza 26*2 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD M



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%  xy. May 23. 1961 gr'lr = *cflfin&£ fhr/hUOtf) Page 3-A 5. ^fr/Va 7e^5 /Vec/ge 7Se/> Loyalty pchard Wokson co-chairman of the Florida region, National lonference oi Christians and Jews, looks on 33 Lt fack Shoplard receives good wishes from Chief Mich^e^ "ox Mi.-.rr.i leach Police Dept.. on his trip to the seventh annual National stitute on PoliceCommunity Relations. ICCJ Sponsors Police Institute A. Jack Sheppard. training offifor the Miami Beach Police Apartment, is attending the tenth annual National Institute Police-Commur.ity Relations beheld this week at East Lansing, Ich. [Sponsored by the National Conrence of Christians and Jews Michigan State University, in operation with the International ^lice Chiefs Assn., the Institute being attended by 150 peace officers and community leaders from all parts of the US A. The Florida region, NCCJ, has granted scholarship aid, covering registration fees and living costs, to Lt. Sheppard, as well as to E. Wilson Purdy, Chief of Police in St. Petersbu"?, Fla., and Lt. Edgar Ivey, training officer of the St. Petersburg Police Department. ipecial Events "o be Marked [Mother's and Fathers Day will celebrated at the monthly meeti of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith dge on Monday evening at the Igiers hotel. Mrs, Gershon Miller will present dramatic interpretation in honor all parents with Miss Nelsa Gidfy, of B'nai B'rith Girls, and Ronle Miller. B'nai B'rith Youth Ornnization. Samu< i We • loseph Goodi,.:!i. vice presidents ire in charge program, I Schatzman is :• • il of T Max J. Karl, director of the Florida region of the NCCJ. is also attending the course. Karl will serve as the recorder of ane of the discussion groups. The program is one of many forms of community education devised by the National Conference to further its objectives of improving human relations. "We want to teach people how to get along peaceably and without prejudice," said Richard Wolfson, co-chairman of the Florida NCCJ. "Since the police officer is the usual community contact with those who breach the peace, we i believe th il in do much to secure civ:! rights and j alt citlz :by sponsoring s kind of training.' JOHANNESBURG — m nunity, at no time aligned itself with any particular 'any or section, and has not taken a uniform stand on questions agitating the poli %  But it is my ileasant lutj I i record our appreciation to the present Government tor its fair treatment of the Jews. "This attitude to the Jewish section of the population is in accordance with the policy of all previous South African governments. Our religious community, whenever it had the occasion to contact any government department, has always been treated in the most courteous and helpful manner." Chief Rabbi L. I. Rabinowitz told! the conference that the Jew has undivided loyalty to the country of which he is a citizen, regardless of whether it is a monarchy or a re-' public. We have also," said the Chief Rabbi, "a greater loyalty— \ to the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of God, on the principle of justice and human equality for all, without distinction of race, creed or color It is my fervent prayer that the contribution which the Jews will make to the coming Greeti ere delivered at the republic will be an even greater conference by Mayor D. Mara ;, unfolding of the spin: oi God. l who paid tribute to the contribution pray that God -wiH guide the rulers of the Jewish community to this of the republic through trials and city; Jacob Doron, Israeli counsul problems to find God's way for general here; and Dr. T. Schneider, man I a member of Parliament. gstahnshed If 31 Home OWM* Home Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe. 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iy. May 26. 1961 *jBt> fjfl fkridiirin Page 9-B •RY garden and hot-house in Padc county must have been Sr'ed for the profusion of flowused at the Ml. Sinni I!os[al Garden Club installation at Alciers hotel May 10. Taking theme. "Say it with Flowers." ite literally, they were used. I only for elaborate displays id decorations, but real posies ere fashioned by members for Bornment of hair, hats and acksories. I Sarah (Dr. A. Lester) Stcpner, fcccptmg the reins for a second tm, topped her pink linen suit ith a large picture hat of oriza circled in roses, stephan• and blue salvia. Also at the head table, petite Sam (Gale) Berlin's tiny box. encrusted with bronze ir\ santhcnuims. had two long jrveri stems which looked like Utennas. and Mrs. Anthony kite's large blue Milan had nodIL; (.'lorioso of yellow and pink Irouting from philodendron axes matching a linen dress of K same hot pink. | Turning a liability into an asMMrs. Irving Weinrcich, coi>ing ith a broken ankle, wound lavIh strings of purple red bougainelllas around her crutches and Ion a prize for the most unusual fcr of flowers. Attractive Mrs |ank Meyer strung a "14 carrot" ecklace around her neck and arried a bag full of "lettuce" to lidieate what it requires a lot of buy same. A truly magnificent creation is '.he wide-brimmed garden at worn by Mrs. Morris (Florjce) Green, lavishly encrusted i:h multicolored pompoms and gustrum leaves. "Lady in red" I s Mrs. Lester Saroff. whose rocade suit and double hibiscus IT ath and veil were all scarlet HAIRMAN o! the day was Mrs. .lames Abramson who made ntire attractive outfit. Frock of orange and yellow silk ; accessorized with halo of ow net and tiny immortelle rs. large matching muff. I buckles of the same dried |f ,ier on yellow satin shoes. I lant Inez (Mrs. Ralph S ere intertwined white and lavpoms shell cap of ing it with a flcial poms. and piumcs on a pink velvet, matchbrief bolero of artiInteresting use of dried materials was the hat elaborately trimmed with large, wrinkled seeropia leaves sprayed a delicate pink, trimeel with the MM. IfSTER STEPNER calyx of the palm tree in shades of green, which was Irma (Mrs. Milton) Hoff's creation. Only mishap of the day occurred because Mildred (Dr. Jack) Falk trimmed her pink laee hat which matched her pink linen dress with a full crown of gardenias which she had raised herself. She had to remove the hat because Helen (Mrs. Milton) Smith at her table, is allergic to that particular bloom. Mrs. Seymour (Alice) Rubin combined palm leaves molded into a crown and large brim studded with yellow mums lor a most becoming ehaprau. Another combination of flowers and leaves worn by Miss Sue Berkowitz who utilized sea grape leaves in a scalloped design with a high crown of red hibiscus. Voted "the most fashionable." was Myrtle (Mrs. Ted) Epstein's mist green velvet toque with sprays of Jerusalem thorn framing her face in the manner of egrets. A black scarab, escaped no doubt from the tree, was climbing down the back of her beige Indian raw silk. Rakes, hoc. shovels and spades in miniature, nestled with crotons, yellow bell leaves and red foliage on the hat Mrs. Murray Koretsky called "Clean up time." She managed to look pretty even under that edifice. Sally (Mrs. Harold) Spaet crowned her crowning glory with delicate pink roses and carnations. Mrs. Edward Roth wore a skull cap of purple asters and confessed the effect was gained by using a yamalka for the base. EOUNDATION of buckram sup %  ported Mrs. Morris Krovitz" oleanders, asters and pompoms. Cloche worn by Mrs. Mary Moscoe utilized berries from the fish tail palm and blossoms of the schleffera tree. Gold sprayed on the palms gave them the delicate look of feathers. An interpretive panorama of Japan showed rice fields, cherryblossoms, mountains, lakes, riv-' ers and cows and even a mandarin visiting his temple. Authentic down to the last detail, with this. Mrs. William Siegel wore a blue Japanese kimona. Most humorous, was a little monkey hat circled with terns, with a bird snuggled in her nest and a large yellow mum perch-.'d at the end of a long straight stem. Best use of fruit and How ers went to Mrs. Morris (Elsie) Steinberg for her garden under the old apple tree complete with beds of marigolds and penlas. Stone paths and two tiny lovers on a bench. Installing officer was Mrs. Frank .Nichols, president of Council ol Garden Club Presidents of Dade County. She relied on conventional white straw pill box with wide front bow and dark two-piece print and looked very dignified. Jewish leaders from all over the world will qather in Geneva this August for a special session of the global executive of the World Jewish Congress, Samuel Bronfman, chairman of the World Jewish Congress North American executive, has announced in New York. The conference, from Aug. 20 to 23, will discuss major issues affecting Jewry throughout the world and celebrate the organization's 25th anniversary. Pictured is the Conference Hall in Geneva where the World Jewish Congress was formally created in August, 1936. Flagler-Granada Confirmation Set Rabbi Gerald Lerer will officiate al confirmation Saturday. 7:30 p.m.. al Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. Mrs. Albert Reisman. past chairman of religious education, and Erwin Marshall, principal of the Sunday school, will distribute the diplomas, and Samuel Hollander, president, and Samuel Goldstein, outgoing president, will give each members of the class a book on Judaism. The valedictory adress will be delivered by Alan Dan&ky, and Esta Goverman will present the floral offering. Kiddush will be presented to the synagogue by the class. theme. •'Numbers — Mean in Jewish Life." What They Students to be confirmed are Howard .1 Braverman. Esta M. Coverman. Alan S. Dansky. Harravey Friedman, Tina K. Genandes, Terry Goldman. Ellen S. Mulnick. Hclene R, Samess. Roberta J Sus %  • man, Wilma E. Travers. I'atrn k A. Tydor and Annette Vajda. Following services, parents of the confirmands will host a reception in their honor. Chef Addresses Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans of the Finled States. 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Fc -e 8 A v.knitt fkriidMJ>r Friday, May 26, 19 551 recognition of three years of service as president of the '.'.-eater Miami Jewish Community Center, Isidore B. Simko.:right receives a plcaue at the recent 10th annual GMJCC eeting, which marked his retirement from that position, cque was presented by Leon Kaplan (left), vice president Lie National Jewish Welfare Eoard. Presentation cited S mkowitz in "charting new directions and achieving new ights." Simkowitz was elected to serve as honorary prescient .'or the coming year. Eelh Torch Sets Celebration vents v. ill mark the end of tool year of Beth Torah Con-.. The first will be 1a! student congregation ban• Monday, 6:30 p.m.. for stilts who have attended Sabbath regularly during the year. :era who will receive special ignition are rabbis. Teddy Kloth Steven Weininger; cantors. 1 ry Leff and Steven Leb: sha-h. Alan Adler. Barry Greeng, Mike Leb and Burt Levy; gabMark Haddad. • resident, Jeffrey Raymond, vice -ident. Cheryle Rosenbluth; sec1 ary, Libbie Blasberg. Frank Siegfl anl Sharon Zimmerman: treas1 r. Lee Friedel and Stephen Burs, and hostesses. Judy Brower. £ ar. Cavell. Rita Haber. June } • -s. and Jane Hirschberg The second program will be a li rcheon, Saturday. June 5. for : ir members of the religious il who have continued their cation beyond their Bar Ba.> zvah. Students who have be< me Bar-Bas Mitzvah this year receive certifici tes at the heon. %  •: of honor will be Miss Edelman, a North Miami h School senior, lead sch 1 l*s Alef Con .. th %  1 9 ;. .'ar old group since its ci ion Miss Edelman, w h aduated fr in the Hebrew Rabbi Baumgard on TV "Still Small Voice," am sponsored by the Rabbinical Assn of Greater Miami, will be hosted by Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am. on Sunday, 10 a.m over WCKT ch. 7. Guest will be Cantor Charles Kodner. of Temple Beth Am. in a discussion of The Importance of Remembering School of the B ish Edui ntinuing ition : % %  •• %  ; % %  h, an 1 let will i to her. Evidence Proving Eichmann's Hand Contir.jed from Psg* I'A :•: chmai n dun 5 to strip I ol all thi and 1 iak< steal N 1 it rman l< Eichn the hang of t! I shown thi the court n's Lewis Joins Bank Board Board of directors of Metropolitan Bank of Miami announced that J. Gerald Lewis has been elected to serve as a member of the board. Lewis has been a resident of Miami since 1918. engaged in the business of real estate mortgages and investments. He was recently reelected president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, is past president of the Cancer Institute of Miami. Temple Israel of Greater Miami, Family Service Bureau of Miami, and is a member of the Greater Miami J swish Federation. West View Cou Club and the Standard Club. He lives at 617 Di L ffices in t! 1 %  on I lavil : • %  on 16 Jews s : : • smuggle letters to thi The order •--.-' -I...... s si • men" Eichmam Army comma: compla ned thai there wen inger %  ... in thi ed to sei Russia Eich na ther is no roon I in th se countries their. I In the documen*s. E'chmann'i department 4-3-IV in the Gestapo turned up repeated'y as rr-e department deciding the fate of the Jews falling into the Naii grasp. In one document, Eichmann instructed the military commander in occupied Franca to prevent the migrarion of Jews "who are trying every means to avoid transport to the East." Videslav Diamant. an electrician who served at Theresienstadt, tesmann as %  %  %  fraction ot -24 U I u who .: %  1 .w Pri Cr \ gime. '-' st %  %  %  1943. ai torture, t'.d a C jnlless t •said Dan to he'? the Jews. he declared H ch.nann never said 'yes ••: anything, AiMays he said either no' or kept in tnt air. I had ipression rhe Christian a man w'-o it