The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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'Jewish Floridiaxi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 34 Number 22
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 2. 1961
Two Sections Price 20 ?
M1AM1ANS TO OCCUPY PRESIDENCIES
'nai B'rith Confab Opens Sunday
SMTCAt-OLD LUMINARY HONORED PACE 3A
HISTORIC VIEW OF DISTRICT 5 PACE 6 A
POXTKAiT Of NEW WOMEN'S PRESIDENT PAGE 13
?.mday. 8 30 p.m., at the Americana hotel. Louis Mirman. cf
ilk. Va., president of District Grand Lodge 5. B'nai L'rith, will
own the 85 year-old gavel, calling to order the 85th annual con-
In o- the District Grand Lodge.
[lawman's side will be Judge
A, Friedman, of Miami.
president-elect of the Dis-
[Gi;nd Lodge, and who also
anded tae gavel to lake
firman's office at the end
|e convention for the year
convention will last through
', nd is expected to attract
B women delo-
H^Bfi !> Fio
Hot Carolina, Maryland. Vir-
nia anr the District of Columbia.
He COmnmNon, charged with
Phiru the operations for the
lets new yisr, will open of-
Jy at this session with a
nation ef colors. Highlight-
evering will be a major
I by Label Kati, presi-
fef the Supreme Lodge of
LABEL KATZ
... keynote address
S'nai B'rith. Opening of the
eorv*nion will be fclower by a
reception and dance for dele-
gates ai^d guests.
hout Monday. Tuesday
:;.! Wednesday, busine ssions
will consume the major portion oi
the delegates' time, interspei
with a luncheon on V -,;. ,
which time district awards will be
presented to individuals and lodges
for outsiar.d n^ wcrk ana
accomplishments during the past
year
Monday night will see the cele-
bration and dance honoring the
past presidents, both men and
women.
At a luncheon on Tuesday. Sid-
ney Kusworm will address the
delegates, ful'ewed by a program
on the Museum for the Blind, built
and supported by the Marvin Roth
Ledge of Daytoca Beach, Fla. In
attendance will be several young
women who are attending the
school for the blind there.
At a special reception Wednes-
day evening, Mrs. Alfred Reich,
of Miami, wili take over the
presidency of District 5, B'nai
B'rith Women. Stepping down
will be Mrs. Gerald Sofa, also
of Miami.
The convention will end with a
banquet, at which time Judge
Friedman will take over the helm
for the coming year.
Judge Friedman is a past pres-
ident of Sholem Lodge of 3'nai j
B'rith. has been president of the j
Florida State Assn. of B'nai B'rith i
Kennedy, B G
Meet for Talk
In Hotel Suite
WHITE HOUSE MUM ON MA1VNG PAGE 10-A
JTA8> D;re;t Teletype Wire
NEW YORKIsraels Prime Minuter David Ben-Gurion held his
scheduled conference with President John F. Kennedy late Tuesday
afurnoon at the latter's Presidential ?uite in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel
The meeting lasted more than an hour.
Mi. Ben-Gurion. whose suite was op. the 35th floor of the ho'el.
descended seven stories to call or. Mr. Kenne l> as the head of state
of the country where the Israeli Premier is. officially, on a private visit.
Earlier, the Israeli leader spent
Sgerian Rebel Chiefs Mum
Future Plans for Jews
klv, ranee(JTA)The head the existence of separate eommu-
AJgerlan rebel group nego-inities in an independent Algeria.
with France on Algerian in-1 Belkaem Krini, the chief negoti-
|er.ce hinted at a press con-iator. also declined to answer ques- Lodges, was awarded the Medal of j meet wm, other members of the
a quiet day at his suite, res
from an arduous motor trip to Phil-
adelphia on Monday. He had re
turned to the hotel here well after
midnight.
On Mr. Ben-Gurion's agenda,
in addition to the meeting with
Mr. Kennedy, were conferences
with a number of American Jew-
ish leaders. He was scheduled
to meet leaders of the American
Jewish Committee at his hotel.
Wednesday, Label Katz, chair-
man of the Presidents' Confer-
ence of Major Jewish Organiza-
tions, was to call on Mr. Ben-
Gurion and escort the Israeli
Premier to thhe headquarters of
the Jewish Agency.
There. Mr. Ben-Gurion was to
nere this
bnent would
week that his
not recognize
to Check
Parties
Itnter
IUSALEM (JTA) Israel's
fenent approved this week
fs in the election law which
ake it more difficult for
W parties to develop and
bars electioneering of any
py public servants who have
Mstrative authority.
law, which was adopted in
-by-clause voting, requires a
lit of [5,000 (S2.800) for a
list of candidates in an elec
trhk'h will be forfeited if the
[list fails to obtain one per-
lof the valid votes cast in that
Ion.
rrtme Min;s*er David. Ben-
rions' Mapji Party favored
Continued oi Page 7-A
tions put to him in writing by cor- Honor by B'nai B'rith District
respondents who wanted some in- Grand Lodge o for his "outstand-
dication about the rebel organiza-! ing work" in behalf of the Junior
tion's attitude toward the Jewish Order of B'nai B'rith, and was | ist and Jewish organizations.
community of Algeria. It was no- named "Man of Achievement" in j
ted that throughout their stay in j the field of Community Service by I
Evian FLN spokesmen have usu- Sholem Lodge. Continued on Page 5-A
ally expressed themselves freely on :
most subjects but not on the matter 'PpnifDT fiCriCfl/E FFFFfTll/F'
ot the future of Algerian Jews r ri "" trmilWK
Presidents' Conference, and with
leaders of a number of other Zion-
On Mr. Ben-Gurion's schedule
The French Radio reported that
a Jewish businessman, whose
name was not indicated, was
stabbed to death Wednesday in
Oran by Algerian FLN terrorists.
The broadcast said such terrorist
attacks were on the increase in
spite of the French-Algerian in-
dependence talks.
At the same time it was reported
here from Paris that an armed
European underground organiza-
tion, the OAS. has warned all Euro-
peans in Algeria, including the 150.-
000 Jews there, that they must not
leave their Algerian homes or emi-
grate, or they would "suffer the
Continued on Page 5-A
Bob Kennedy Race Riot
Action Cited by Jewish Unit
By Special Report
NEW YORKAttorney General
Robert F. Kennedy was thi: week
praised by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith for his
"prompt, decisive, and effective
steps" in seeking to preserve law
and order in areas of Alabama dis-
turbed by racial conflicts.
A telegram from Henry Edward
Schultz, the League's national
chairman to the Attorney Genera!,
said that "your actions have pro-
found meaning to the future of
America and to all the people of
the world."
:DR Efforts to Save Jews Revealed
iRUSALEM-,' JTA )-The most
psive and emonon-laden phase
history of the European holo-
tthe extermination of Hun-
jm Jewrywas unfolded here
fee trial of Adolf Eichmann.
~ testimony, which included de-
ptions of the hapless efforts of
garian Jewish leaders to save
of the Hungarian Jews, snap-
l the self-control of two specta-
and forced the first recess in1
[seven weeks of the trial.
He testimony also revealed that;
President Roosevelt and the King
of Sweden sent an ultimatum to
Admiral Horthy. wartime dictator
of Hungary, to end the deportation
of Jews or suffer a fate worse than
any other Axis country. The testi-
mony was given by Baron Pinhas
Freudiger, scion of an ancient
Jewish family and leader of Hun-
gary's Orthodox Jews.
Baron Freudiger testified that
the ultimatum, delivered by M.
Jaeger, the Swiss Minister, ex-
pired on Jcne 30. It went unan-
swered and on July 2 British and
American bombers blasted Buda-
pest. On July 3, Horthy told the
Swiss envoy that the deportations
would cease but, said the witness,
that order was countermanded
by Eichmann.
Sander Szilagyi and Avraham
Cassier, both emigres from Hun-
gary, created the scene in the
courtroom after Mr. Freudiger had
Continued on Page 11 A
"Decent Americans North and
South have been saddened and
humiliated by the savagery on
the part of hoodlums and ram-
pant mobs in Alabama," Schultz
said. "Those who defy the law
cf the land and seek to deprive
others of iheir most basic rights
do completely misinterpret the
meaning of the United States and
its historic role."
I
"We are heartened by the prompt.
decisive, and effective steps j >u
i are taking to assure the preserva-
tion of law in Montgomery and oth-
er disturbed areas. In so doing,
I you are helping to guarante the
j freedom and security of all Ameri-
cans." Schultz added.
The League noted that "the re-
sponsible press" of Alabama had
condemned mob activity in Mont-
Continued on Page 3 A
Didn't Make
Arms Request,
Diet Assures
OTTAWA(JTA)Prime Minis-
ter Diefenbaker reported to the
Canadian Parliament here on his
talks w ith Israel's Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion and emphasized
the fact that Mr. Ben-Gurion made
no requests for Canadian arms dur-
ing his visit in Canada.
The Canadian Prime Minister
told the Parliament that the ques-
tion of Israel's relations with the
neighboring Arab countries was
discussed, "but neither directly nor
indirectly was there any request
for military assistance" on the part
of Mr. Ben-Gurion. As a result of
the visit, it was agreed to consider
exchanging landing rights in Can-
ada and Israel, the Parliament was
informed.
In a joint statement issued by the
Canadian and Israeli Prime Minis-
ters prior to Mr. Ben-Gurion's leav-
ing Canada, it was revealed that
the Israeli Prime Minister told Mr.
Diefenbaker that he is convinced
that peace ultimately will be
achieved in the Middle East. The
communique said, in pan.
"In their conversations the two
Prime Ministers reviewed a wide
range of international problems,
including the pressing need for
cor.tro'led world disarmament,
the Conge, tension in various
areas, and tr-e general situation
in the Middle East. They reaf-
firmed their belief in the impor-
Continued on Page 8-A
ROBERT KENNEDY
. AOL tefegra.i


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Friday, June 2, \%\
Veterans Blast Rockwell 'Hate Bus'
Incoming president of Coral Way Jewish Center is Irving
Whitman. He is shown receiving gavel of his office from
outgoing president Leonard Putterman. Installation cere-
monies were Saturday evening at the Center.
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By Special Report
WASHINGTON Attorney Gen-
eral Robert F. Kennedy was asked
this week to consider legal action
against a "hate bu-*' that trans-
ported "Stcrmtroopers" of the
American Nazi Part) ;o Alabama.
The request was made ">>' the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
on grounds that the Nazis, follow-
ers of George Lincoln Rockwell.
headed for Alabama to foment vio-
lence in contempt of Federal Court
orders of recent days restraining
the Ku Klux Kan and similar
terrorists
National executive lirector Jos-
eph F. Barr. of the veterans' or-
ganization, said in a telegram to
the Attorney Gonera! that devel-
opments in Alabama were "suffi-
ciently reminiscent of Nazi Ger-
many without having actual uni
formed Nazis exhorting violence
and defiance c! law" there.
Describing the swastikas, anti-
Negro banners, and anti-Jewish
slogans displayed by the Naxi
"hate bus," Barr said that "any
group, regardless of racial views,
must be protected in peaceful
interstate transit; but the Naxi
venture is an obvious aspect of
the terrorist conspiracy to de-
prive Negroes of the r'.-jhts cov-
ered in the U.S. Court order
involving the assaulted "freedom
riders." He said "Rockwell is at-
tempting to compound the prev
ent chaos ... by injectir.j anti-
Semitism ."
bound Nazi- and any iegal action
indicated" were requesva by the
veterans, who pointed out that,
along with Americans ot other
faith.-, they had fought Nazism in
World War Ii
Meanwhile. Rockwell was re-
leased from a New Orleans jail
this week >;\ > $300 peace bond.
He and a group ol his troopers had
been imprisoned on charges ol fo-
menting racial and religious un-
rest m New Orleans Protesting
the charge, they began a five-day
hunger strike last Thursdaj
But Rockwell released on bond.
ptlj made his way tn a
famous French restaurant, where
he br its I is! with a juicy
steak. In a telearam to Lt JohJ
Patler. one of the remaining im.
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Traditional custom established 44
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Annual reports by the president
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81-Year-Old B'nai B'rith Luminary
To be Honored at District 5 Luncheon
Page 3-A
HYMAN JACOBS
Bob Kennedy
Lauded for Move
Continued from Page 1-A
gomery and elsewhere and had
railed for "reasonableness and san-
ity" in racial matters.
'There can be no difference,
North or South, about our dedica-
tion to principles of law and free-
dom as the only means of surviv-
al. Schultz said. "It is frequently
difficult to make such declarations
when howling mobs are outside
one's door. The responsible press
.if Alabama is to be congratulated
for its role in this time of turbu-
lence."
City to Open
9-Hole Course
(ity of Miami will open the first
nine holes for play at its new Le
It line Golf Course after a dedica-
tion ceremony on June 15.
"Present plans call for dedication
in the morning, and then we will
cpen the course to the public." said
Jimmy Hilton, city parks and rec-
teation director.
The first nine is a 3.151 -yd., par-
.35 challenge. Construction on the
other nine holes is expected to be-
j!in later in the summer.
An 81-year-old Atlantan who ha-
been Georgia's "Jewish circui
rider" for more than 50 years, wil
be honored by B'nai B'rith in June
Hyman S. Jacobs, volunteei
Jewish chaplain at Atlanta's Fed
end penitentiary for 50 years Ik
seldom missed holding wcekl.v
services for Jewish inmates in al
that timewill have a B'nai B'ritl
youth fellowship established in his
name.
This will take place at a June
4 luncheon in Miami Beach, high-
lighting B'nai B'rith's District 5
convention. The district con-
sists of the six coastal states
from Maryland to Florida and
the District of Columbia.
In 1912. Jacobs was invited by
the prison warden to hold weekly
religious services lor 450 Jewish
prisoners. He has since expanded
Ins impromptu chaplaincy to in-
clude Jewish services at Milledge-
ville State Hospital and rural Jew-
ish communities that lack rabbis.
Dr. William Wexler. of Savan-
nah. B'nai B'rith convention chair-
man, described Jacobs' civic and
communal activities as "a half-
century of unique personal satis-
faction. His friends include the
convict and the community leader.
This speaks of his good heart and
his interest in people."
The Hyman S. Jacobs B'nai B'rith
Youth Fellowship will help sup-
port B'nai B'rith's multiple youth
programs in Georgia and through-
out the Southeast. These are the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
B'nai B'rith HiUel Foundations,
which provide spiritual and cul-
tural programs at 236 college cam-
puses, and the B'nai B'rith Voca-
tional Service. : ''
Born in Lithuania in 1880. Jacobs
emigrated to the United States as
a boy. When he arrived in Atlan-
ta, the first place he visited was
the Ahavath Achim Synagogue.
Two decades later, he was presi-
dent of this congregation.
In 1901. Jacobs helped establish
the Atlanta Jewish Community
Center and was its charter ere-
tary. Two years later, he joined
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He was instrumental in bring-
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University of Georgia and the
University of Florida. In 1938,
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B'rith District 5.
In his 40 years with B'nai B'rith,
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1 members.
He is married to the former
Sadye Saul, of Atlanta. His daugh-
ter. Sarah, served as president of
the Atlanta chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women, which her lather helped
i found.
Rascal House's Wolfie Cohen (center) accepts a plaque from
Harry L. Hoffman (right), president of the Greater Miami chap-
ter of the Florida Restaurant Assn., while Albert Palmer, vice
president of the state orqanization, looks on. Cohen, who
established the sandwich shop type of operation on Miami
Beach, was recognized by the group for "his courcge in intro-
ducing revolutionary concepts to the restaurant industry,
which have begun a new era in food service for the public."
Cohen Talks With
Senior Citizens
The needs and desires of Miami
Beach's aged received the attention
(.1 Councilman Wolfie Cohen at his
campaign headquarters this week.
A committee of Senior Citizens
heard the candidate discuss such
proposed improvements as a med-
ical clinic lor the South Shore area,
ambulance service at minimal
rates, and more shaded areas for
relaxation.
"The City of Miami Beach has
always paid close attention to
your problems and done every-
thing in its power to contribute
to your comfort and welfare," he
told tr.em. "It will not stop now."
He complimented the group "for
bringing its requests to me per-
sonally."
"Too often I. as well us other city
officials, receive deman iing letters
that leave me hanging in mid-air
while the writer sits back and waits
for action." he said. "Bringing
your ideas to us so we may sit down
and discuss them is the first Step
toward accomplishment.'"
Cohen is campaigning to succeed
himself in next Tuesday's city
council election.
Dade Heights Bowlers' Fete
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion Bowling League will have a
hanquet Saturday. 8:30 p.m.. at
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Friday. June 2. 1961
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We r.c:e with studied reserva-
tion President Kennedy r- launch nq
c: a campaign for peace in the
Middle East On the one hand .t
seems that the President is now
preparing to turn his attention to
::.e thorny Israel-Arab impasse.
On the other Mr. Kennedy's
hip to Europe must be considered a
factor In his dec-.sion to approach
the question.
To begin with, the President's
method of operation is open to
criticism. Experience should have
taught his Administration thai
diplomacy via a "round robbin"
mailing is ineffective at best and
hat in the Israel-Arab dilemma it
can be regarded at the outset as
futile.
The reaction of the Arcb poten-
tates, he contacted is a case in
point. So long as each of them
thought he was dealina with the
President on an exclusive basis,
each at least began a studied ef-
fort to reply. Just as soon as the
secret was out that all had been
approached, the Arab leaders
scheduled a meeting to discuss methods of
negotiating this latest "assault" against them.
Apart from the fact that Mr. Kennedy over-
looked the predictable reaction to his letters,
it seems to us that he sent them as an after-
thought and in the belief that they certainly
can do no harm. But the sad fact is that they
ccn do harm. The letters, written on the eve
of his departure to Europe, appear to demon-
strate little concern for the substance of the
enswers.
In this sense, what the President wrote al-
most as a matter of form must turn out to be
as pat and diplomatically sterile as the return
mail he will receive.
Therefore, Mr. Kennedy's action in the
first instance can only make sense as a con-
comitant of his scheduled meeting with French
President Charles de Gaulle, whose own hands
ere filled with Arab dilemmas these days.
It may very well be that Mr. Kennedy
simply intended to test the atmosphere, with
mere intensive study applied to the problem
some time after h;s return from Europe, and
with no more than a smattering of interest in
the substance of the Arab replies. But if this
is the case, the President would seem to be
cechng almost too deftly with a problem that
took its' disastrous toll from the Eisenhower and
Truman Administrations preceding his own.
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ceeds Mrs. Gerald Soltz, also a Miamian, who
held the office during two previous terms.
Both Judge Friedman and Mrs. Reich have
long and notable records of service in B'nai
B'rith. as well as in Jewish activities generally.
Their election to the presidency is a tribute to
them, which also reflects credit on the Greater
Miami Jewish community as a source of lead-
ership for the international organization.
We welcome the District 5 convention here
as it prepares to gather for the opening of its
business sessions Sunday.
B'nai B'rith Convention
Once again. Greater Miami is being called
-pen to play host to a major convention. Dis-
tr.ct Grand Lodge No. 5 of B'nai B'rith will
hold :ts annual meeting here beginning Sun-
day evening at the Americana hotel.
Our community has particularly good
cause to welcome the convention apart from
the fact that so sianificant en organization in
Jewish affairs is set to gather amona us. For
two Greater Miamians will accept the gavel
o: office by the time the business of the con-
tion is ended.
Judge Milton Friedman will be installed a>
president of Men's Lodges for District 5, and
Mrs. Alfred Reich will take the helm as pres-
ident of Women's Chapters. A footnote to
:.c examcle of the community's preeminence
in B'nai B'rith affairs is that Mrs. Reich sue-
Looking to the Future
Adolf Eichmann's son is in America. He
sounded off several days ago in Washington
about the innocence of his father who, he de-
clared, didn't "even" Jail two million Jews. This
was his way of criticizing the alleged exagger-
uticn of the enormity of his father's crimes.
No doubt, there will be many people here
who lend young Herr Eichmann a sympathetic
ear. They are among those whom the archi-
tects oi Jie trial in Jerusalem hope to convince.
It is quesiionable that thev can be convinced.
The cavalier reference of the murderer's son to
wealthy Jews" a:;d to other anti-Semitic stereo-
types brands cim for the recalcitrant bigot that
he is.
Those who react sympathetically to young
Eichmann's view ot the affair ere a'sc victims
ol their prejudice. The terrifying testimony now
unfolding at the trial can hardly be expected
to cause a chenae. either in their understand-
ing of Adolf Eichmann's cutchery, or in their
cttitude toward Jews.
But if the trial can not alter the anti-Semite
it can more hopefully cave the way for a clear
evaluation of the Nazi era in the minds of those
generations yet to come. For experience since
the dechne and fall of the Hitlericn "thousand-
year Reich" teaches us that men have prefer-
red, at best, to diminish via alteration of de-
taU the enormity of the excesses of the era and
at worst, to forget them entirely.
This then, to the highest anticipation of those
vc.ved in the trial proceedings today.
Young Eichmann will certainly find sympa-
thettc followers .-.ere and throughout the world
So, indeed, dees any anti-Semite. But it is to
tne future that the trial addresses itself '
Trial of Adolf Eichmann
Seen in Full Perspective
AT 4 p.m.. May 23. Prime Minister David Be.-.
Gurion interrupted a -discussion taking plac
in the Knesset, to make an announcement. In c
voice choked with emotion the Israeli leader terse!}
said:
"1 have to inform the Knesset that one of the
greatest Nazi war criminals. Adolf Eichmann. wrfa .
was responsible, together with the Nazi leader-
lor what they called the Final Solution" of the
.lev ih question that is the extermination
6.000.000 of the Jews in Europe is under arrest
in Israel and will shortly be placed on trial in :
reel."
Reporters seated in the gallery rushed fr
their seats to flash the news around the
gtories and h'nt- started to appear In
K. mann. hunted : r
ad been captured. Evi
bgger -' rj ol bis abducti. i
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Eichmann':
itals an
ntina reel ll<
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Vrgeni ne Presidi nt Art
Mr Arieh Leva
Buenos Aires as on the hot m at
manded 'adequate :
ised and now con<
\:. i tii rei| t>.
In t! the UN -< curity Council
:pon Israel to make
reparation I r the uolation of Argentine .
i gntj But. since Israel ha-i already apol<
agreed with the position of the A
ican delegation that that should close the cas<
Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister. h<
self reiterated her government's apology in the
.cil chamber. But Argentina was not sal
Israel, on the other hand, was firm on the mair.
issue it would not rtturn Eichmann to Arg
Mistaken for Jow
More weeks passed Argentina expelled Mr
Levavi. Finally, a modus operandi was worked out.
Argentina and Israel i averting that they were ready to resume their
friendly relations. The diplomatic phase ol '
incident had been closed.
But. behind these last flying news items, one
big story remained unearthed the story oi Kar.
Adolf Eichmann. age 54. blue eyes and balding
exterminator of 6.000.000 Jews.
Part of the story was known. He was borr.
1906 in the middle-class district of Solingen. an in-
dustrial town in the former Rhine province. H;-
mother died when he was four and the lather thei
moved the family to Austria. In 1931 after wan-
dering and poxtrty in Vienna he joined the A
tnan Nazi party And by 1941 he was in char.
of the liquidation of the Jews. In 1944. he reacbe
the pinnacle of his career.
Like another famous Nazi. Adolf Hitler. Eich-
mann grew up in the town of Linz. Unlike IV:
Fuehrer. Eichmann was often taunted by lello
schoolmates who called him "Jude, Jude." His
thin face, sharp nose and olive complexion cat
him to be beaten by Nazi thugs when hi was -<3
They thought that this man who was soon to butcher
6.000.000 Jews, was himself a Jew. But these -
Semitic characteristics got him accepted b) Vi-
enna's Jews In his youth, he spent many happj
moments with Jewish families and picked .;p some
Yiddish and Hebrew words.
The Full Story
After "he Nazi party, his career -
to infamy. Promotion swiftly followed after
moti( n and ironically his knowledge of He+r<
an- Yiddish abetted his career. In 1941 he beci
chut of the Jewish Bureau of the Gestap
phemisticall; called IV-B4. This was thi
charged with "solving the Jewish problem
- to be quick extermination.
The full story of Nazism not only Eicl
part, but the part of all other Nazis and.
respect, the par; played by the rest of the world
is being revealed at Eichmann's trial l
Jerusalem. That's the real importance of
ture of Eichmann. Everyone concedes that ~
murderer But there are still too many p<
high quarters willing to forget that he was only
the end result of a system. It is the systen
ganized anti-Semitism anti-Semitism rea<
its own horrible "logic" by attempting to extei
Hate all Jewry that is the system that Still needs
exposure.
Tha- ua tne opinion of sensitive obser
in An erica is the real meaning of the trial '
of Adolf Eichmann The capture of Eichn.
only the t> The end of the stor>
1' reached. But many of its closed chapter-
he light of day a.- Eich-
m- Bticc in Israel.


Friday. June 2. 1961
fJenisli nuridian
Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR -
Prof. Kohn Seen Full of Praise
For Toynbee Study of History
Diplo-as were awarded May 23 to 19 grad-
uates cf the Central Hebrew High School of
the Bureau ot Jewish Education. Graduation
exsrc.ses took place at the 20th annual meet-
ing c: the Bureau at the DiLido hotel. Sitting
(left to right: are Jessica Hurwitz, Carolyn
Gray. Linda Millar, Elaine Edelman, Edith
Kauirr.an, Pamela Beckman. Rita Pollack, Bar-
bara Toback, Elaine Bass. Standing are Rab-
bi Shimon Azulay, instructor, Mark Granoff,
Phyllis Kellner, Barbara Cypen, Diann Res-
nick, Marcia Cohen, Herbert Berger, assistant
director, Enid Bolker, Martin Salt, Frank Miller,
Myron Mass, Richard Vogel, Rabbi Albert
Gottesman, instructor.
Kennedy, Gurion Meet for Talk in N.Y.
Cortir.ued from Page 1-A
here also were visits to his hotel
by Adla Stevenson, chairman of
the r." ted States delegation to tht>
United Nation ; Mr.-. Eleanor
Roosevelt; a number of other
prominent Americans; and Labor
Secretary Arthur Goldberg.
Tuesday morning, Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion mei again briefly with ogden
Reld, former American Ambassa-
dor to Israel. Mr. Keid paid a
courtesj call on the Premier, al
though he had already seen Mr.
Ben-Gurion on Monday, when the
Israeli 'fader arrived here from
Canada at the International Air
port.
Israel would welcome Russian
adheslci to the tripartite declara-
tion issued in 1950 by the United
States, France and Britain, guar-
antee. <: the inviolability of the
borders of Israel and her Arab
neighbors. Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion stated in Montreal prior
to his departure for the United
States. "I can't say whether this
is likely," he said, "but it is not
impossible."
The Israeli leader flatly rejected
Arab-Israeli meditation by a third
party. If both sides wanted peace,
he said, and he expressed the cer-
tainty that Israeli does want peace,
then they would be able to come to
an agreement without any medita-
tion.
It the Great Powers. "East and
West." declared themselves in fa-
vor of preserving "the integrity and
independence" ot all Middle East-
ern states, "such a move would
serve to reduce sharply the ten-
sions in the area which are on the
rise again." Mr. Ben-Gurion em-
phasized. He made these state-
ments at a press conference.
Israel, declared Mr, Ben-Gurion.
Is nol formally allied to either side
in the cold war. but it is morally
committed to the defense of all hu-
man freedoms. He denied press
j reports, however, that he intended
(to ask President John F. Kennedy,
whom he met in New York on Tues
1 day. to propose to Russia's Pre-
mier Nikita Khruschchev that the
USSR join the West's 1950 tripar-
tite declaration.
Such reports, he said, are "only
speculation." adding: "This is not
the purpose of my trip." His Can-
adian visit, he declared, was for
the purpose of mobilizing Canadian
support for peace in the Middle
East, emphasizing his view that
Canadian influence is very power-
ful in international affairs.
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
A blistering editorial on the "ill
favored American Council lur Ju-
daism" appeared in the May 4 Is-
sue of New York's American Exam
iner. The editor expressed in vi-
brant prose what myriads ot Jews
feel. In these latter days when
treason bares its evil face among'
nations celebrated for loyalty and
patriotism it should not be sur-
prising that we too have Quislings
and saboteurs in this "odious or-
; ganization" of -reckless Jewish
anti-Semites."
It is natural. I suppose, tor Jew-
ish anti-Semites to laud Gentile
anti-Semites. In the book review
section of the Sunday Times of .May
17, Prof. Hans Kohn reviews the.
! 12th volume of Prof. Arnold Toyn-
bee's, "A study of History." He
is full of praise for the historian
who downgrades Jewry at the risk I
of writing nonsense. This pundit
of the American Council for Ju
i daism pounces avidly on the recon-
sidered opinion of Toynbee about
I Jews being "fossils." Even Coun-
cil members, in spite of their sell-
hate.do not relish this epithet.
After 40 years of research,
Toynbee discovers what is old
stuff to students that "the Jew.
tsi- Diaspora was an immensely
fertile period from Philo and the
Babylonian Talmud to H3ssidism
and the astonishing productivity
rf emancipated European Ju-
daism."
When the anti-Semite shifts hi>
ground and becomes complimenta-
ry, one should probe for the rea-
son. A change of mind maj
mean elimination of hatred. The
emergence of Israel must hav;>
made Toynbee's face red. Quite
an accomplishment for "fossils."
So he finds a pretext lor changing
his fossil theory, at the same time
undermining the Jewish state. If
the Diaspora has been so stimu-
lating to Jews than why Israel?
"Beside-." quoth the Englishman,
"Israel is the cause of a crime a:;
monumental as the Nazi liquidation
gees."
Toynbee undoubtedly begrudges
he Jews their state. For them th I
Galut. with its inferior status and
per ecu!.mis. is good enough, a
solution applauded by his au> lence
of Arabs and American Council for
Judaism.
HARRY SIMONHOFF
Miami
'Learn to Swim1 Course at GMJCC
H th* learn ; > swim" program
summer day camps con-
icted '.:.. the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Coi munit) Center is success-
ful this ummer. 500 boy- and girls
v.ill b( i ertified sw immers al the
nd "1 ~.e ca;n;> season,
Ace ; ng children from tour and
me ha I o 12 years of age in the
progi the Center will aim to
have : i non-swimmers achieve at I
leasl beginning swimmer status,
and to have all beginners move on
I" advanced levels of ability. All
four camps will feature Red Cross-
I lalified waterfront safety instruc-
tors in charge of the swimming
program.
Some penlngS still remain for
those interested in enrollment at I
severa) cf these camps, it was re-
ported Wednesday. There are:
present!] openings in certain age,
levels at the Miami Branch. 450,
-SW I61h ave.; Southwest Branch,;
7213 Coral Way; and Miami Beach
Branch. :536 Bay rd. Registration!
has been completed at the North;
County Branch, and no further en-j
ioilmen'.- are being take there ton
the opering half ot camp.
Day camp season will be opened i
by the Center simultaneously at j
all four locations on Mondav. June t
19. and will be continued until Fri-
day. Aug. 11. Camps will be in op-,
cration Monday through Friday,
from 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children
bring a packaged lunch and are
provided with milk mid an after-
noon snack. Pick-up* service is
available.
Other special events to be fea-i
lured at the camps include camp,
carnivals. talent hunts. Indian
camp fires, water shows, cookouts,
nature hikes, and a few overnight
outings at Greynolds Park.
Regular daily activities also in-
clude athletics, games, dramatics,
singing and storytelling
Mum on Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
consequences," it was learned here
this week.
The OAS warning threatens "re-
prisals" against all Europeans who
leave Algeria even for summer va-
cations, having announced it will
bomb and loot the homes of all who
leave even temporarily. The warn-
ing by the OAS is viewed here as a
serious threat to Algerian Jews,
many of whom have already regis-j
tered for emigration to France orj
t(. Israel.
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?Jewish noridiain
Pass Law to Check Splinter Parties
Page 7-A
Continued from Page 1-A
rs stringent restrictions on new
irties and the clause was ap-
proved by votes ot the other
parties. The new Liberal Party
also voted against the clause on
ground that it was undemocra-
tic, because it allegedly favored
vested interests against new-
comers to the political arena.
The clause provides that the
amount to be forfeited will be
only 1,000 of the IC500C de-
posit in the evortt the list is in-
validated by the Israel central
election committee.
eluding employees of a municipal-
lity, the Jewish Agency and (he
Jewish National Fund, applies to
any employee of a public body who
has the power to make adminis-
trative decisions. Such persons
The measure barring election w'" DC barred from electioneering,
eering by public servants, in- Publicly or privately
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Hebrew Academy Reelects Binder

Temple Menorah will graduate ten students
'romits weekday Hebrew school on Saturday
morning. Nathaniel Glickman, chairman of
the reliqious school board, will present the
diplomas. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual
leader of the congregation, will give the
charge to graduates, who include top row (left
to riqhtf Donna Englcnder, Diane Zimmerman,
Jerald Carmel, David Rosenfeld, teacher, ana
Skippy Turchen. Bottom row (left to right
are Robin Hendel, Glenn Shuman. Mark
Frankel, and Jonathan Tannen. Not shewn
but graduating are Frank Klein and Charles
Braverman.
B-G Asked for No Arms, Says Dief
Continued from Page 1-A
tant role of the United Nations in
helping to maintain peace ond
security in many troubled areas
cf the world. They expressed the
earnest hope that the organiza-
tion would continue to enjoy the
support of all its members so
that it migf.t fulfill the vital re-
sponsibilities which have been
entrusted to it.
Mr. Ben-Gurion outlined his
views on Middle Eastern problems
end the particular difficulties for
bis country which have resulted
Irom the failure to reach a peace-
tul solution of Arab-Israeli differ-
ences in accordance with the prin-
- of the United Nations Char-
ter. At the same time Mr. Ben-
Gurion expressed his conviction
that peace will ultimately be
achieved. "Mr. Ben-Gunon ex-
pressed the appreciation of the
Governmert and people of Israel
for the consistent efforts or Cana-
da's Government and people lor
peace throughout the world.
The two Prime Ministers agreed
that an eventual solution to the
problem \< ould have to envisage the
right of all countries in the area
to live in peace and security. Both
agreed that a relaxation of tension
would improve the pro>pects of
peace in the world, including the
Middle East."
In an official visit at Ottawa's
historic City Hall, where he was
welcomed by Mrs. Charlotte Whit-
ton. Mayor of this city. Mr. Ben-
Gurion repeated his theme ot prime
interest in peace among nations
and the reign of justice being hu-
manity's greatest need. He said
he was paying his first visit to
Ottawa, and his second visit to
Canada Canada had "too many"
lakes and he would like to transfer
just one to Israel, he told Mayor
Beth Emeth WiS! Install Officers
Stanley Rosentiauch. past prcsi-
dent of Beth Emeth Congregation.
\ ill conduct installation ceremon-
- Friday evening following regu-
-trvictv Sisterhood will host
the Oneg Shabbat.
officers are: president. A. Ed-
v ard a'ih rman first ice presi-
dent, Merle Michaels: second vice
ja Lam] rt; treasur-
.. :.: -i Ima Hollei ; finan-
c reti :>. Mrs Lillian 5a
ecord i etarj. Yali I n
tary.
e Irving
Kelton. Sidney Schoen. Max Green-
hers. Trudi Reitor. Dave Fleisch-
man. Stanley Tambor. pre.-ident.
Men's Club. Mrs. Robert Satullov.
and president. Sisterhood. Vivian
Lelchuk.
Past presidents are Stanley Ros
enstrauch, Stanley Glatter. Bud
Breitbart. and Philip Schulinan
New board members are Ben
New-mark. Harvej Gallub, and Jo-
Foos
Incomir \ lv
Abermj I rmerly ; Chici
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and his home
Whitton. Meanwhile he said. Is-
rael's attempt to turn salt wat< t
into water for drinking and culti-
vation was continuing, with the .<: ,-.f science
The Prime Minister said he as
glad to be received by a lad) may-
or, pointing out that Israel boastei
;. lady mayor in one ot it- new com-
munities. He recalled that Israel
bad had. women as prophet* and
rulers lcr.g before Ottawa. Israi I'-
ll, st independent ruler, in fact, was
a v..'man. he said. He referred to
the two-racial origin ol Canada
said: "This is '.he best example
which you can show to the world
of how peoph ol different races can
live together ii peac< "
Mayor Whitton said Mr.
Gurii : fe was symbo i I
the story the J wish pe | i
"Like the fath( rs I your pi
you worked first on the good land
oi your heriti tut rider the rule
of an occupying p iwer." she
The \ isit I I ': Hal] as followed
by a reception given by Prime Min-
ister Ben-Gurion at Ottawa's cha-
teau Laurier hotel, in whii I h
hort to Federal and dipl< n al ii
nitarh s, as well as repi i tatives
of the local Jew ish ( immunity
1 Binder ha- been unani-
mousl) reelected to serve as presi.
br, Vcadei u for a
livi term. Also
Binder at a
eting hew n
tel Vtrt the Col-
ficers
Dr. Da-
5 Vndi n and Harry Genet;
ser. first vice presi-
. i larlesChar-
Wolfi.
; Charles Frucht-
MaxSilver-
norary vice
iwnfeld. Ar-
Max Kamiel. Jacob
Kaui : an Man* Liberman, Ray-
mond Rubin. Kolman Luna and
treasurer. Jerome Bi-
enenlel : assistant treasurer. Dr
,tthew Zuckerman; financial sec-
"retarx Oscar Mamber; auditor.
Soi Goldman: general secretary.
,es Grurdwerg; corresponding
..:. Bei amin Appel.
Elected ti a newly-created posl
. cha f the I ard of direc-
.... Leonard R< sen. local land
;.:i communal worker
Xewh 11' cted board of directors
r Lame Blasberg, Dr. Louis
Jacob < ohen. Abram Fox,
William Goldstein, Max Gutmann,
-\lex Hirschenfang. Morns Nash,
vja ;.,. r, v-itz, Jacob Rifkin, Na-
., R( tlel : and Abraham
\ armai k
r, .. : rd oi din ctors are
^ranofl Hi rman Basch. Her-
bert I Berk, Adolf
Blank. Mi n is Ci hen, Max Deak-
t, r, Mi: ris Dubler, Louis Dublin.
Emanuel Finkcl, Hyman Galbut.
Martii Genet n Zion Ginsburg,
Satha Ginsl urg, J"scph Gonshor.
Gerald Gre< nl erg, Henry Groudan,
Hyman Jabl n. George Kimmel.
William J Kline. Hair;. Koretzky.
Dai : son Dr Milton Lu-
Samuel Magid, l>r. Irwm H.
Makovsky, I. 11 Mcllman, Alex
Miller, \lexander Moscovits, Hen-
r\ Penchansky, Leo Robinson, M
li. Ro Rubinowitz, Or M .' Safra,
.!;: Schechter Frank Schneider,
Harry Schwartz, Herbert s Sha-
piro. Rev Jose] li Shapiro, Benja-
Sherry. Philip Weiss
Elected as roard ot trusti -
Joseph Applebaum. Hyman Ber-
man. Dr. Benjarr a
Dienrr. Abe Ei*>cnbers :-.dnre
Friedman. Morris ..dore
Kramer. Rev .!.-<: K. : 3en
Levin, Rev. M< rn I M. Haak
Meyers. Edward N( it Po
tamkin, Max Ra. us, Li lappa-
port. Sam Ro-ner. V Rubin,
Benjamin Rudnicfc Sand-
ier. Dr. Nathan el Sorofi Jerry '
Sussman, Nat Wolf
living Firttl presi date
of officers and directors ebalf
ol the nominatii ns ci mm
Samuel Heiman pres t the
Greater Miami J< w sh 1 ration,
installed the nev y-eli : Mil
and directors.
Louis Mcrwitzer. chaw f the
building committi < presi-
dent of the A)
i hairman of thi He an-
nounced that th< tion of
the new Hebrew '- rill *
lime 4. on thi wlj
red site at md Pire
Tn e dr.. Miami I t esti-
mated that the i iollar
building will be compli >} '.he
end of October
Program Included Re.ue
Annual inslallal
oi the Chicago Club of i er Mi-
ami was Sunday eveni at lbs
Deauville hotel Progr,
the 'Playmate- i f P; ris
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June 2. 1961
+Jenisli tturkHwn
Page 9-A
budgeting Conference
:orms Special Unit
ins committee meetings. The
LCBC' is composed oi nprcsenta-
By Special Report
YORKIn a move 1o
ihen its joint hudsc: and pro-
review process with 12 na-
... ,1 oversea.- agencies, the
City Budgeting Conference
jstablished standing commit-
[with responsibility for year-
:ontact with individual agen
was announced this week by
J. Fox. cl Baltimore. LCBC
In an.
establishing specialized corn-
's. Fox slated, the LCBC
to deepen understanding oi
pencics and make possible
< xihle schedules lor meet-
thereby relieving overcrow d-
ndas at plenary sessions and
i:
raduation Set
Beth Torah
nual graduation exercises of
fcligious school of Beth Torah
regation will take place Sun-
[l0:30 a.m., highlighted by the
intation of a cantata, "in Free-
Fs Light," the story of Jewish
ributions to American lite, di-
ed by Mrs. Samuel Mendelo
[and Mrs. Michael Gruen.
\tb\ Max A. Lipschitz will ot't'i-
and Louis Schwartzman, di-
[ir ol Bureau of Jewish Educa-
will award diplomas to the 24
luates.
Iroki Wolk. president of the con-
lation. will offer greetings, and
ii l Seidel. chairman of the
\t\ of education, will coordinate
presentation of tl awards which
been established by the con-
Ic--''.! organizations of the syna-
pr and by members ol the con-
la tion.
Jiraham J. dittelson. e |clor, will welcome the gradu-
tolowing the processional, and
ur Snyder. presidentelect <>f
[congregation, will award the
lot's own diplomas.
("aduates are Aaron Abramo-
\!an Allschulcr, Alar. Bark-
Bruce Bennett, Ronald Blonder.
feiael Borenstein, Toby Cavell.
piild Goodman, Joel Creenhill.
5t'.:. Haber. Iris Hamburg, Rikki
llarrie Klion. Charles
I Bennet Levine, Jeffrey
pnond, Stephen Rakusin. George
i i r, Michael Segall. Jon-
Shamres, Joseph Solove,
raylor, Stev( n Weinii
n Wolfe.
live.- oi 23 of the largest Jewish
welfare funds in the United States.
The committees will study ma-
terial relating to their respec-
tive agencies, and meet with ag-
ency persone:. It is expected
that these committee activities
will help the national organiza-
tions pressnt a clearer picture of
their activities at the full LCBC
budget review sessions.
Harold Thurman. a vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, serves chairman of the
B'nai B'rith National Youth Serv-
ices Appeal, participating in the
review.
The LCBC was established in 1948
by eight large city federations and
welfare funds to create an orderly
and elficient process for .joint re-
view of budgets and programs of
national and overseas agencies.
Participation ol member commu-
nities and cooperating agencies is
voluntary, and recommendations of
the LCBC are advisory in nature.
Each community determines for lt-
seif the extent of its support tor the
agencies. The LCBC reports are
distributed throughout the country
by the Council of Jewish Federa-
' tions ard Wcllare Funds.
Hebrew Uncv* Librarian to Speak
Dr. Shelmo Shunami, librarian of
the Hebrew University of Jerusa-
lem and of the National Library ol
the State of Israel, will speak at a
reception in his honor Thut
night. June 8. at the home oi Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. o200 Alton
rd.
Mr and Mis. Rifkin are founders
oi the new campus of the Hebrew
University, and have donated S2">.-
(iio to the Solar Energy Research
Center, which is being sponsored
by the South Florida Friends of
the Hebrew University.
Dr. Shunami is in the United
States at the invitation of Har-
v?rd University, where he is re-
organizing the Hebrew Section of
the Harvard Library. He is now
visiting relatives in Gainesville,
Fla., and will come here for the
reception at the Rifkins' home to
meet with leaders of the Ameri
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity.
Dr. Shunami directs the Zotroth
ha-Golah (Treasures of the Dias
pora1 Department of the Hebrew
University Library. A new build-
ing housing the national library id
Israel was computed this year on
the main campus at Givat Ram, a
suburb of Jerusalem.
Dr. Shunami was largely respon-
sible for tracking down and recov-
i ing the boks which Alfred Rosen-
berg ha I looted throughout Europe
for the Naz in order to set up ins
library of "academic anti-Semit-
ism."
After World War II. Dr. Shunami
' arranged for the transfer of more
.than 10)0.000 books lrom Germain
to Israel.
UM Student
Wins Award
The winner of the tirst William
M. Spire award lor outstanding
achievement in advertising at the
University of Miami was announc-
ed this week by Dr. Edward J. Fox.
chairman of the Marketing Depart-
ment of the university. She is
Carol B. Aaronson, of Miami.
In addition to having her name
permanently engiaved on the
plaque at the university. Miss
Aaronson receive,! a personal Iro-
phj
The award will be given each
semester U- the student who dis-
plays the greatest aptitude and
ability in advertising and market-
ing.
Associate Prof. Frank M. Dun-
baugh, of the Marketing Depart
. ment of the university, worked
c! sely with Spire in the develop-
ment oi the award am! the qualifi-
..-. tud< nl must possess to
he i igible for it.
Program Will
Feature Play
Temple Emanu-El's daily relig-
ious and Sunday school classes will j
hold closing exercises Sunday at
10 a.m.
The program will feature a spe-
cial presentation, "Moses in
Egypt." written by Charles S.
Becker and directed by Cantor
Hirsh Adler and Trixie Levin.
Cast involves Tamar Brenner.
Susan Bcssey. Teddy Borkan. Ml-
chele DeVorkin. Terry Diamond,
Barry Fricdhoplcr. Jan and Mondv
Gars. Selma Gimmelstein, Marty-
Harris, iris Horowitz, Michael In-
sler, Eileen Kaplan. Michael Mint-
zer. Frances Nisscn. Celia Nash.
Gale Plotkin, Jennifer Rand, Ste-
ven Rubin, Joel Richelson, Susan
Silver. Joy Schull. Arlene Shier.
Marsha Shleimer. .Marsha Talian-
off. Wendy I'nger. Steven Unger,
and David Wollock.
Music director is Mrs. Joseph
Schreibman.
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MIAMI BEACH is ot a crossroads our economy is
sagging and needs to be strengthened and revitalized
our City Government must find solutions to problem*
thot hove been by-possed in the pastto do this we
must have strong business representation on our City
Council Here is what I propose to do os your repre-
sentative.
9 TOURISM Establish by act of the City Council a
MIAMI BEACH TOURIST AUTHORITY patterned ofter
the highly successful Port of New York Authority which
revitalized that city's post-war exoansion of facilities.
Provide the new MIAMI BEACH TOURIST AUTHORI-
TY with funds to vigorously promote Miami Beoch, its
hotel and convention facilities.
# TAXES__Hold the line on taxes for residents of Miomi
Beoch but expect thot businessmen with on urgent
stoke in our community's economy will contribute to
revitalizing our neglected tourist promotion
# SERVICES Toke such steps os moy be necessary to
force Metropoliton Government to give Miomi Beoch
its fair share of county services in proportion to the
overwhelming tox burden carried by our City's residents
ond businessmen, or to reduce taxes.
# ZONING Keep strictly within the highest loning
stondords to preserve the character of our City and to
?,ght in the Courts any and oil selfish attempts to vie..
lote or change our zoning regulations for the benetit
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 con we Get our just
ond due share of dollar volue for dollars spent.
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+ Jen i*f fhridian
Frid=V. June 2. J
On Sunday. Nov. 19. the SS Jerusalem, Israel's luxury liner,
win steam into Micmi harbor on her maiden voyage to Flor-
ida which has been arranged especially for the Pan-American
Friends ci Isrce: Good Will Tour. The ciuise. to be headed
by Carl Weir.kle under ausrices of the Israel Bond commit-
tee, will dercrt from Miami on Nov. 20 for a 17-day voyage
through ihe Caribbean area. On the cay of her arrival in
Miami. the SS Jerusalem will be met by a flotilla o: coats with
leading dignitaries of state welcoming her to Florida. At
night Crr:.'Gideon Ben Yacov will be host at a dinnei aboard
ship honoring Isrcel Bar Mitzvah yea: Trustees, Guardians
Sponsors of Isrcel of Greater Mknni-_______________________
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White House Mum on Arab Mail
WASHINGTON- House sources declined this week
to comment on reports trom Arab
capitals that President Kennedy
to Kiny Saud of Saudi Arabia per-
taining to Israel-Arab relation-. If
such a letter was sent it would be
up to the King to publish the enn-
lents, these s< urc< said.
The press here reported from
Cairo that virtually all Cairo
newspapers reported King Saud
bad received a letter from Presi-
dent Kennedy relating to Israol.
The reports said the King sum-
moned ambassadors of all Arab
League countries and informed
them of the text. -rh
was not divulgee.
The Saudi '
here met unh } -
M.-tant Secretary
Eastern Affair- The S
lan Embassy n:
contents of tr.t
communication
lations now "urn er
Saud after reci :
Keunedy.
ate Foreign Relations Commifee
"aptly summed this up last year
in d'scussing the role of seme at
the Israelis in the Suei Canal dis-
pute. '
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New Beach Taxes
I >ka
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tax* speech bel
len at tl ;' this weel
I ral |y -o
any n< tax< "Mos1

sing tax
City of Miami Beach has
through S16.000.000 worth i
in
taxes excepl lie one mill which
the public voted :
"Our basic industries on Mi-
ami Beach are being taxed out
of business by Metro and other
government bodies. Others have
proposed new taxes as panaceas
for existing conditions.
i '"I shall -'.: ng y urge all our
voters to resist the imposition of
new taxes, >o that, the average
businessman can have more capi-
tal to remain in business and pro-
vide a sound economy for our
city."'
.Mrs. Joseph Moseley and Mr-
Evelyn Dacud headed the commit-
tee honoring former Mayor Oka.
Mrs, Moseley was chairman. Oka
spoke in behalf cf his candidacy in
Tuesday's election to succeed him-
self on the city council.
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Jen1st fUridfon
Page 11-A
Iff Efforts to Save Hungarian Jews Revealed
it
Jeitinusd on Pge 11-A
oj several meetings with
I n and with the latter.'*
Dieter Wislieeny. Mr.
j r had just identified Eich-
ltting in his bullet-proof
dosed dock, as the Gestapo
\ ho directed the deportation
than 6')0.000 Hungarian
tc death camps when Mr.
ri iumped up in the audience.
Bl the witness and screamed
helped the Germans and
> >ur own family. .Mine was
eath "
Srilagyi also shouted at the
. before ha was removed by
you told US not to escape.'"
as taken from the court
r sobbed, "my whole family
' rminated. Put yourself in
; e."
( assirer, who lost 69 mem-
I his family and relatives.
iri his wife and two chil-
-houted at Eichmann, "Mur-
east of preythere are still
who were not exterminated
sin- that you get yours."
. creuc>ger fold the court
t, the 3Kl of June 1944, only
HE -nonths *fter the Nazi occo-
ptftc-- 80 p-5.-c*nt of Hungarian
Hr< -ere d*.rted. Asked by
Hie:.tor Bach if he could
k'entify the defendant, the wit-
ress sa:d "he remains in my
memory in uniform and high
b;-tffs', sroufingat nie in the mas-
ter race tone of voice. Despite
that I think this is the same man."
H<' said that mass deportations
started at the rate of 4.000 a dav on
May 15. 1944. and that by July 4.
some 600.000 men. women and chil-
dren had been deported. He told
of receiving a clandestine letter
saying that 1.400.000 Jews hud al-
ready been nuirdered at Ausch-
witz.
Mr. Freudigr told how Eich-
mann. directing the extermination
"!' Hungarian Jews from his field
office in Budapest, fought against
plans to exchange Hungarian Jews
for ransom money from abroad, and
how he outwitted Admiral Horthy.
More documentary evicencc and
personal testimony was piled up by
the prosecution spelling out Eich-
mann's personal implication in the
anti-Jewish atrocities in Hungary
and Slovakia.
Among details of the European
holocaust revealed durins the
week, it was shown that of Slova-
kia's 98,000 Jews, nearly 80 percent,
or 72.000 perished. Grim records
showed that, in 1942 alone. 57.837
Slovakian Jewi.h men, women and
children were sent in 57 transports
to the Auschwitz factories.
One document showed how
Eichmann had arranged a spe-
cial "inspection" of Auschwitz
for a Slovakian editor, who was
shown "morfel conditions." The
purpose of that fraud was to dupe
Slovakian bishops who had com-
plained about Nazi atrocities in
their region. The editor wrote a
report to "prove" to the bishops
that all was well at Auschwitz.
Eichmann had handled the mat-
ter thus after the Foreign Minis-
try in Berlin had delegated the
Slovakian clergymen's complaints
against treatment of Jews for his
handling.
Wislieeny and Hermann Krumey.
Eichmans principal assistants,;
were tied to Eichmann's direction!
of the Jewish annihilation program '
by Freudiger who told the court
how the situation in his country
worsened for the Jews as soon as j
the Nazis took command. Hun-
gary's community, he said, had'
been swelled from 500.000 to 800.000
by the immigration of Jews who
fled the Nazis from neighboring
groups "competed" in the annihi-
lation of Jews, it was shown tiiat
Eichmann was constantly gpading
Rumania into more and more anti-
Jewish atrocities, and preventing
the emigration of Jews from Ru-
mania.
brought to the court by one of the countries. The day after the Nazis |
witnesses. Dr. Bedrich Steiner.

uchmann Son Defends Father's
\ecord of Jewish Slaughter
An IN'GTON (JTA) Nicolas
Bii n. 25. whose father is on
in Jerusalem for the murder
HMX 000 Jews in Europe dur-
Jt ^econd World War. arrived
I:- iv.'- i i i.i -! weekend, hav-
received a ( nited States visa
Hi ; -c in propaganda here on
behai his father.
In n interview with the Wash-
H>: Post. Exhmann said that
HHI had ived "the Jews
I now Living very healthy.
very it ;. maybe. Will they tes-
H n0- yu can't get this
el a Jew." Young Eichmann
he hai read that "Jews
ave like citizens in Amor
'F.if million Jews did not
chmann's son said. "Not
n ;->o million. This is a fig-
c.i of the sky. My father
jr.tiw"ty of every charge. They
may charge him only about
things like allowing the Jews to
go out from Germany. Legally
and illegally, he emigrated 100,-
000 Jews, save them passports
1939, 1940 and 1941."
Martin Bormann. Hitlers deputy,
is still alive, young Eichmann
I said. "He is not as poor as my
father was. Not even the Jews
with millions of dollars can get
him. Always the same. That one
who has nothing is going to be
blamed lor everything. One who
has everything gets away."
U.S. Government sources said
that Nicolas E'.ch.nann had been
granted a visitor's visa because he
has been neither charged nor con-
victed of any crimes. They noted
that he is free to express his in-
dividual views on issues affecting
Jews
took command, he said, leaders of
Hungary's Jewish communities
were summoned to a meeting with
the new German officials empow-
ered to deal with the Jews. Among
those officials, he said, were Kru-
mey and Wislieeny.
In Rumania, the testimony and
documents showed, between 250.000
and 300.000 Jews were murdered.
While some native Rumanian
In regard to Slovakia, it was
shown that one of Eichmann's as-
sistants double-crossed the Interna-
tional Red Cross which had been
promised that Jews holding foreign
passports would be permitted to
emigrate. Instead, it was shown,
all these would-be escapees were
sent to Auschwitz.
Documents showed that Eich-
mann dealt directly with the Ru-
manian Government through one
I of his aides. SS Major Gustav
! Richter. often by-passing the For-
eign Ministry in Berlin. Richter
; urged the Bucharest Government
| to increase its persecutions against
Jews, the papers showed orders
went to Bucharest directly from
Berlin to step up deportation of
Jews to the death camps.
Dr. Theodore Lowenstein, for-
merly a member of the Rumanian
Zionist Federation, testified to ef-
forts made to rescue some of the
Rumanian Jews. For a time, he
said, the Rumanian Government
cooperated in the rescue efforts
because the government was re-
ceiving a SO percent tax added to
the transportation costs.
One document introduced by the
prosecution was a letter from
Eichmann to the Nazi Foreign
Ministry, requesting urgent inter-
vention to prevent a plan to let
cape to Palest-"" ^till ether d>c-
uments show..; '.. cl maan i:.en-
ing against plans for two transports
of Rumanian Jewish adults trying
to go to Palestine, and stating that*
it was tJ.e policy o. his oft e toi
prevent the iStupj .,.. Jev.iah chil-
dren. *"*
Another document dealt with art
attempt by the British Mandatory
Government to save 5.000 Bulgarian
Jewish children by giving them
sanctuary in Palestine. This pro-
posal was vetoed by the German
Foreign Ministry after intervention
by Eichmann's office.
Dr. Lowenstein. who told of pre-
Nazi atrocities against Rumanian
Jews, testified that anti-Jewish ex-
cesses were stepped up after the
advent of Nazism. He told of one
pogrom in which Rumanian Iron
Guards killed many Jews In that
instance, he said, the corpses of 21
Jews slaughtered in an abattoir
. were sent back to the Jewish com-
munity with tags identifying the
dead as "kosher meat."
Between July and September
1941, he said, 160,000 Bessarabian
Jews were murdered. In Jassy
alone. Dr. Lowenstein said, mor*
than 10,000 Jews were killed in
pogroms.
Another witness. Mrs. Avraham.
Mark, widow of the Chief Rabbi of
! Czernowitz. told how 70.000 Jews in
her city were rounded up, forced
into a cordoned area of only two
blocks sealed off as a ghetto, then
systematically sent to their death
in a transynastria camp. Most of
the deportees, she said, including
her closest relative, died of typhus
or starvation.
Her aged parents were shot by
SS guards because they could not
maintain the marching pace of the
1.000 Rumanian Jewish children es- Jews being sent into, the ghetto.
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Torah and Mitzvot Light
Way of Traditional Jewry
By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Hebrew Academy
Light is defined in the diction-
ary as that by which we see a
thing that gives light, brightness,
clearness. It is also defined as
knowledge, information, an aspect
by which a thing is viewed.
The Bible uses the word iight in
both these meanings. It is used
in the literal sense as follows:
And Cod said let there be light."
"And Cod created the two great
lights." 'Pure olive oil beaten for
the light for an eternal light."
In the following Biblical verses,
'I see how li-jht is used meta-
phorically: 'The light of Cod is
the soul of man." "Even if I sit in
darkness, God is a light unto me.'
\ ir words are a light to my
feet."
In our religious observances, the
use of !:^ht is widespread, In the
synagogue, as in the Temple of
old. we display the Eternal Light
and the candelabra.
In the home, the kindling of candles is a basic requirement in
:he acceptance of the Sabbath, the Holy Days, and the Three Festivals.
Chanuka is the Feast of Lights, and the Chanuka candles are lit for
eight consecutive days.
This emphasis on lights is quite understandable when we contem-
plate the passage in Proverbs which says. "The candle is the mitzvah.
and the light is the Torah."
The kindling of the lights in the synagogue and in the home are
constant reminders that the Jew has a twofold mission in life the
performance of Mitzvot and the study of Torah. Imbibing knowledge
and doing good deeds are the cornerstones of Jewish living.
The portion of the Torah read in the synagogue this week says
that Aaron, the high Priest, is to cause the light of the lamp to go up.
The rabbis observe that the language used in this instance deviates
from the normal manner of expression, which would call for Aaron to
"kindle" the lights. They inter from this that the Bible meant to teach
us that in kindling the Light of Faith, one must become uplifted by it.
11 must not be a mechanical act without substance or meaning. Jewish
! living must become an uplifting experience which ennobles the char-
I acter and enlightens the mind.
The Torah and mitzvot are the lights by which one illumines Jew-
ish life.
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vices
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AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle vr
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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ANSHE EMES.
Conservative,
president.
2533 SW I9tn ave.
Maxwell Silberman,
TALES OF MORALS
RA3BI JONAH CAPLAH
... on light
Itagi
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do we hold the fringes (Tut-
n't) ir hand during the recital
of the Shenw?
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This p 1 operation with the Spiritual Lead-
| en of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn.
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Coordinator

CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Herson
Tales of Moral
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Gems of Wisdom
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The reci-
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
scrvative Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
f-';iWmla\ 9 a.m. li.is Miiy.Vith: S;tn-!r;i,
daughter "f Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Black.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcr Schiff
i-Yi.!.-i.\ s i i p.m. Srrnion: "Where do
w.- i:.. H 11. i. "' i iradual i>n "f
high whi

BETH EVETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Cantor Hyman Fein.
Fr'ill i.f ii
: h '.!. Sliahlia 1 in
ili. 11' hum .- : u.in,
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralne ave. Or-
thodox. RaUbi H. LO-..I& Rottman.
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3ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Titor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Krldi |-.i Sa rday > a.m. Ser-
in -ii Tii. I lumaiie Law.- of ihi
:
BETH KCDESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
KYI.laj v:> p m. Sermon: i..i-: nt the
\\<>\ \ Novel b) Andre Sehwi
Bart." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The
\\*.. ki> 1 "ortlon."
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
SETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Dedicated
Leadership Reflects Dedicated Fol-
lowers." Installation "i officers anil
lirectors of congregation, Men's Club,
Sisterhood and 1'T.v Saturday 8:45
1.m. Bar Mltxvah: Jerry, son of Mr.
mil Mis. Maury Qoodkln; Robert, son
f Mr. and Mis. Irving Moss. Mlncha
tar Mitzvah: Arnold, son of Mr. and
\iis Bernard Huffman; Michael, sun
f Mr. ami Mrs. William Wolfe.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
KYiday H:4.'i p.m. Graduation of kin-
dergarten class. Saturdaj '.' a.m. Bar
Mltivah: lan, sun of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Nadel.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel.
riday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "A Lamp
I'nto Mj Feet." Saturday 8:30 a.m.
-. iiiiun: "Portion of the W-k."
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday > p.m. Sermon: "The Realisa-
tion of a Dream." Awards to out-
standing students. Saturdaj 9 a.m
Bar Mltsvah: Roy, sun of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Stewart,
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Matavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Snturda) 9 a.m. Sermon: "Lei Others
. Vou." Bar Mltsvah: William.
xon < Mr. and Mrs. Sldne) Westrlck.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euc:id ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
SHips Sail to Distant Climes
ttle of champagne tied with
cord was hurled at a giant
r1"' ated iron body. The bottle
and another Israeli ship
ben the family of ships that sail
flying at the masthead the
He'\ hue seven gold-starred flag
the Zim company. This is the
ft about which Herri dreamed.
Ihe side of this flag, the blue
Slt< flag, that of the State of Is-
Jl. was hoisted too.
l, old friends met on the ship.
last time they had seen each
V' tas before the establishment
-tate of Israel. In those
1 h of them had brought il-
pl immigrants from Europe to
shores ot Israel.
pdaj they meet again, transport-
immigrants to the State
I-' I, raw materials for Israeli
1 tourist! coming to the
id to see the new State of
lei
'ublished by Brit Ivrit Olaniit)
Apparently this was not original-
ly a universally accepted practice.
I We find the Gaonim telling their
| disciples not to do this (Hai Gaon,
!\atronai Gaon, Moshe Gaon). The
Midrash (Lekach Tov speaks of
1 this practice as an accepted cus-
tom. Some medieval authorities;
explain that the requirement is to1
, look at the Tzitzit in fulfillment of
the Biblical command "Ye shall g
see them" (Numbers 15:39). From!
the Midrash on the Psalcms (as1 in practice (Tamid 4:1)
auoted in Yalkut Shim-oni 823). it tal of the Shema actually expresses
appears that there was an accep- one's faith in the fundamental prin-
^-?~ i*v-^^
nandshad a holy obligation to per- existence of the Almighty (Deutero- noi sw iath_...j>ad.tioni. ^n Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
fnrm rlnrinff oraver so that a man omv 6:4-10). ohev shalom. 911 Normandy dr.
lorm ClUTing i"r"*r i .._ Orthodox RabBi Phineas Wtttrman
rayed with all his body and soul. The SCCOnd section expresses our .
In, Kabb;:i.-t- especially in the acceptace of the responsibility to IOUTHWMT CWJTBit;tW 8W Mh
practices of Isaac Luna, expressed t.airv out Qod's commandments j#|n;
great significance for this practice (Dfuternomy 11:13-22); and the Friday -;:;-;
and probablv established our cur- thjr(i secUon expresses our belicl s,.,,,, ,, s .- ., ,
rent custom of picking up and hoi* m the Doctrine rf Reward and Pun- .^^ ^
me the fringes when we reach tnt ishment (Numbers 1d:37-42) (Lr NE 171,^.t. Ralbi Jonah Capian.
yer which includes the plea to Menahot 44a,. This became in- rEMP_E^T--A*S50 Ni KM-ill
r corners crcasingly im[)or:ant as Jewish his-
Tlu ftatelv and majcr.N'tic Rovol
Palm grew alongside a lowly hedge.
The proud palm tut looked dou'ti
:in express itself often a\ ' own superiority and the inferiority
of the hedge. Ii toolj pride in us
strength. It ginned i>i Us graceful
\\ lines .i.i.i derided us nfigh-
bor becan il :<..- ..'' and so
L.St |B fll '
The hedge us that n
and in-
ad a loivh
rertheless was more se-
ll ..": eemiM %U n ong un-
. i nc/iii ..!:. palm.
al Palm mi ii >l il
id head I i red die
ntions of tin- lowly
I i One day. a greai hurricane
. ';. The lou'Iy hedge began to
i Ba< \wards and forwards
with the wind u weni Many times
a even bowed jlat with the Kri"""'
j^ the angry wind howled about it.
The strong, stately, beautiful palm
:ree loiildu t bind. It couldn t bou\
it brol^e.
MORAL: Strength iv nt always
synonymous u'nh stature and .sue.
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22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirach Adler.
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TEMPLE iSRc '37 I1E 19th t.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Canter Jacob Bornsteln.
h rlda) s:13 p.m.
TEMPLE JUDt,.. J20 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morru Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
i-riiiav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Still
Small Voice." Saturday 10:30 a.m
Uar Mltsvah: E. William, son of Mr.
and Mrs. JoiH'l'h Kiitz: Mvven, son
it Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cohen.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 020 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Kriday 6:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m, Ser-
mon: "The Portion "f tho Law."
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Combero.
r-.iday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "School,
(Synagogue and Home." Graduation
.\.nis..< of rellgloUH school, Satur-
day SMS a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Por-
tion."
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
hridaj v 13 p.m. Sermon: "Who la
Mighty?" baturdaj II a.m.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. t*1
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Ihrlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Spiritual
Kxtroveitu and Introverls." On*-g
Shabbal hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Leon
i:ui.ii.si. iii :n honor "f thele wedding
anniversary. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion of the Law."
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TEMPLE ZAMCRm. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
pray
,ll W .-'
man.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
,.', ],i.,-, p n -: ni. m i",."i Shall
i ;,:_, thi Jndjfi Shabbal
Slstel hood Sal B '"
... thi Wicked."
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixia
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
p.m. Sermon: "Some Ri
,...,>.' i .,. Mltsvah: Paula,
graver which nciUdes tnc pica u> \it.nahot 44a) mis oecame iu- _.,_, .-. Friday t r p.n mon some w-
KSr from the lour corners rcasinslv lmportanl as JewUh his- ^V-fcriiftK^SJS RS8S :.,, ffi*
of the earth." Gathering the tt- torv paSsed tnrough periods of per- Baum?a-n. cantor Charles Kodner. _. .,.,,,,.,, ., ., ,
Zit and'holding them during the se(:ution and tyI-anny. II is even >o< ^;ril ..' ISRael"-o ne 171s ^
recital of the Shema thus seems to s(ated that thc Shema was recited .,.,,,.,. ,, Hebrew school. N cVt^.x Ra~bb'i mmrSm stauber.
express our belief and hope that in tne (]ays 0i Jacob the Patriarch TEMPLE BETh el of holly- Pri,i.1N 6:1S p.m Saturday 9 a.m Be;
., l.^m., ill oiithcr our far- ,iii;j_ch AooaHahl wnnD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform ,,,,,, Mecraee '" tiarcla." Class in
K mmunity.
express our belief and hope that jn tho (1;IVS 0f jat-ob the Patriarch
the Almighty will gather our far- ,Midrash Aggaciah).
flung exiled refugees and bring
them together so that we shall
gome day all be reunited as one
people.
What is the origin and significance
of the recital of the "Shema"
daily?
josephus (Antiquities 3:8:4 tra-
ces this practice all thc
to Mosc-- We 'Know that in the days
of the temple Uus was alreadj
Sepamrc : yourself from tht
IILLEI
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- ., keep thai
strays fri -k-
M. IBN EZRA.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Pi iday \- p m Baa Mltsvah: i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Maynnrd
M.ia'i s. Saturday a.m, Mlts-
vah: Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs Mar-
ii ieilman
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 ChaSf
ave. Liberal, hanbi Leon Krinish
Cantor Davlo Ccnvlser.
::, p.m. Satin
VIi and lenrj Oh sky.
IjJftRONI 'IV I TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 \Vv
Friday 6:1S p.m Saturday B a.m. Ber-
M. i "Ethli s ol Hit Fathers" 5 30 p.m.
, 'iii'imitnta
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LEGAL NOTICE
-JewIst ncridfinn
Paqe 15-A
BOUNTY JUDGES COURT
FOR OAOE COUNTY
IRlDA. IN PROBATE
No. 45331
tat.- il
CORDASEV
fced
if INTENTION .Tft.MAKE
[PLICATION FOR DIST-RIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Wn:il i .ml Pel i-i.in |.,i
}n and Final Discharge as
r......-' "i And) Cor-
B1"'- '' ''l" ;'l'l'l> to III.
1 m. i idgeg 0f | p.,,,,.
' "I '. T i |>|iriM al ol said
P' I ind for distribution and
large I Executor of the
'I"- ah '* -named decedent
J :[.
P KTE A .: R< isi It .r of the ..-.('.. ol Andy
(- v i..
In & f;i ildstein
Mmw
BY HENRY LEONARD
ARD
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,., 28, |
.OT ICE UNDER
1T1TIOUS NAME LAW
B IS H (ilVRN thai
-ii,-i. ii- -hi*: i.. engage h
i|it the fictitious name ol
BEAU IV SAL' IN at I24i
I >riv.-. din ml I leach, Flor-
to re: -' said name Ith
of the Circuli Court ol
y, Flu i ,
A BlRi K Owner
IRGAREr i KES 50 Owner
oldal ein *L I 'a< sler
or- Rag itrants
gler Ki
NE 5-0618
5/19-26, ii 2-9
There's nothing like a vacation in Florida,
Becky, to relax and aet away from it all.'
NOTICE UNDER
'ITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
iKtied, leslring t,. engage In
.der the fictitious name ol
A PLA -'' PERMANIZING
,i: S Normandy Drive, Miami
P > rid.'i. intends to reglstei
with ; i "lerk of the Cir-
if Hi le I 'mini. Florida.
'i:s i, ..; -ikinald
It. HrRMCH
r Jai le I.. Macl lonnld
ie Boulevard
Floi idn
S 19-28, ii 2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
lic-
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Df
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Lk.i-
.OTICE UNDER
T10U3 NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN that
gned, desiring to engage In
der i lie f -ii- lous name ol
RES] V.RCH RANCH at
* Roa l, Miami. Florida tn-
rgistei v till name with the
1 he i !n lit Court of I'llde
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iERBERT BRAUN
Bole iw ner
CAR! .v roth
f .r Appllc .ut
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, E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EN^H JUO CIAL CIRCUIT OF
"RIDA IN AND FOR OADE
OU'.TY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6IC 4935
V JHAN Bt'TLER,
In) : '.
I
i HOl.fH BUTLER.
t-iii Hi.
OFOER TO APPEAR
I. U'-iOI'H Ki MH.ril Bl'TLER,
i Ivory, Dublin, North Caro-
reb> required to nerve a
answer to a complaint
in p lintiff's attorney
lai '"-. Room 302, l" N.K.
Miami, Florida, on or be-
-'', 1961, otherwise a ' en ,- a I against you,
> iit'i da} "i May, 1981.
: lea i*herman,
k of Circuit Court.
Bj HELEN KE8SLER,
i leputy 'lerk.
&/19-26, 6/2-9
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IVEN7H JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
ILCRiDA IN AND FOR DADE
-"TV. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 4?36
i-v KANAH
,
1 Win BANAH,
' t.t
C-RDER TO APPEAR
1 I I'WARD n \N a.-. 1082 Cass
! I l.in-ii. ,' ii .tel, I letroit,
are h v required t"
I'S o i answer to ..
f* dlvon e on plaintiffs
mde nes, Boon
'> F .,ii.ia. and
lnal i the Ii rk of this
be! the 20th da) ol
m i le i lit w ill I.....ii
-i you.
Mi im PI .!,!.,. this iith
1961
'- LE < ': i;\ia\.
1 l< k of ( ir .it Court.
EN KEHSLER,
Depu
3, 19-26, 6 --:
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 4380
HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK, i
Col ;",! at ion >>: -i ng ;i\der the I., vis
of the State ol New Vmrk,
Plaintiff,
vs
IS'RAEI. OOI.1D8TEIN and BETTE
Gobi 'STEIN, his n e,
1 defendants
NOTiCE OF SUIT
; T(.: ISRAEL GOLDS I'EIN in 1
BETTE g -i-i >s ri.::\
13." Amerl 1 ( ; 'lace
Krooklj n 10, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
.1 still ha.- been brought agalnm vou
> HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK In
the ibove-entlt 1 lourt, to foreclose
a mortgage en irabecing ill- follow-
ing described nropert>, to-wlt:
l^n 21, Block ?", SECOND ADDI-
TION TO !AROL CITY, according
to the plat thereof, as r......-ded In
Plat Book ni. at i>a;;r 78, Sheet 1.
of the public records of Dude Coun-
ty, Florid 1
anil you are required to file your an-
swer with the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court tit K.i.ie Count*, Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
before June 13, 1981, and to serve a
COP) of lUCh answer upon DAVID P,
CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney, whose
addresv is nth Floor at 101 East
Flugler Sir.', Miami ;:l'. Florida, on
or before said date, as ,rei|uir.-l b)
the Laws o( Florida, If you fail t>.
do so. the complaint will be taken
a.s confess.-d l>> you and a Decree
Pro Confess> win be entered against
>ou for th^ relief demanded in th
compaint.
DATED this !>ih dav of May, 1%1
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court D.ide Count) Florida
(seal) B) r: H LANWAY,
Depot) Clerk
I A VII > 1' CATSMAN
14th Floor at 101 E. FiOgler St.
Miami ;!.', Florida
S 12-19-28, 6/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOrt DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 4906
RUBY S. TODD,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM T TODD,
I 'efen 1 int
NOTICE 8V PUBLICATION
to: \\ 11.1.; am t n > 'i
Residence u 11 know n
You mi' hereby notified that a Con
plain) for 1 "'" e has been filed
aga nsi j ou, and you ure re tuired (
., \,. a cop) at mr \ sw or Plead-
ing t" the Complaint, ind you are r>.-
quired t 1 file the 0 Igli il Vnswei 01
!* ,.1111-; In he offl if the Clei k ol
th abo\. , i,pj of the same I El R< E N
\i i 'i INELI., the 1*1 ilntlff's atti
,,i Blsi Miami 32,
i-: .,,.!, 22nd da)
,,. .1 me \ 1961, In lefault of which
,i I be takei at
I...I in the
tint
1 x 1 da) of May, 1961,
E. B. LEA I MA N, Clerk,
County. F orlda
B) HELEN Ki:s>i.i.i:

". 12-19-26, 8 8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 1813
EDWARD I. Mi IRAN.
Plaintiff,
\ s
IOANNE M FREELAND MORAN,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T11 JOANNE M. FREELAND MORAN
36H Merchant Street
Barro, W,-mont
You are herebj notified that : BUI
ol Complaint for Divorce has been
hum against you, and you are re-
quired to serve 1 copy of your Answei
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
.111 the plaintiff's Attorneys, Klt'll-
MOND & FARBER, 1 Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Beach, Florida and
file th......Iginul Answer or Pleading in
the office ot the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th dil) of
June '.I'll li you fail to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for thr reli.f demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice Shall be published once
each week f.-r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this :th day ol May, A D.
I!>61.
E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dude County, Florida
(seal) B): R H RICE, JR.,
* Deputy Clerk
.".'1L,-I!i-L,i,. 1; 2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEFD
File No. 52164
Notice is hereby given that Nathan-
iel w. sieRei holder as assignee of
City of Miami Tan Sale Certificate
Numbered 109. duted the 2nd day of
lime, AD. I9G8, has filed said Certifi-
cate in my office, and has made ap-
plication for tax deed to issue thereon
in accordance with law Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following descrlhed
nroperty, situated in Made County
Florida. tO-Wlt:
Lot 1, Block 1. Less E 2" St. Royal
Palm Gardens., Plat Book 7, I'age
71, in the City of Miami, County of
Bade, sta'e ol Florida.
The assessment of said property or-
der the Certificate issued was in the
name of Unknown. Unless said Cer-
tificate shall he redeemeii according
to law, ta\ deed will issue thereon
.,n the I I'h da) of .lime. A.M. 1961.
Baled this 9th da) of May, All
1961
i: B. LEATHERMAN. clerk of
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: R, M. LEbt'EK,
Beputi Clerk
5/12-19-26, 2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREB\ GIVEN that !
the undersigned, desiring to engaae in
business limb 1 the fictitious 11am- ,,f
HANDY WASH at 1 N w. .1,
Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register
said mime w Ith the Clei .-'.. 1 ;-
eiiit Court ot Bade I'ountv, Florida
CURTIS 8, HASTINGS
E. DELIGHT HASTINGS
Sol-- 1 inn,,..
CAIN A ISIS
Utornej s f.,r Applicants
WO W. Plagler St
* 26, 8/2-9 B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN H it
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious 1 imi
SIRCALL TR VDING CO a' Chan '.
f Comnierc-e Building, Miami Intend
to register sn Id na me a I'h tl r erl
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v
I'li-rula.
ALPONSl 1 RAMON
SIR \ PR M vi .
>Si 'AR 1 >i "TAVli'
LOPEZ-CALLEIA i'i Z( I
MURRAY 7.. KLEIN
A.....ne> fr,r Aptilicants
US S'eybold Bidg.
5/12-1 B28, 6 !
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
t'Jenasf ttoridttaHn
solicits your leqal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I I. 3-M,05
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN that
the undei signed ng *.o en 1
buslni ss undei the flctl
AAON CONSTRUi'TION I2"7 N V,
iTih A ve Mil ni, l": rlda .: tends to
register .- 1 Id name with th, i:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th,- im.i. signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
of PARK'S REFRIGERATION \- AIR
CONDITIONING SERVICE: PARK'S
All: CONDITIONING SERVICE:
PARK'S All: CONDITIONING at Ti
N.W. ."th Street, Clt) of Miami In-
tends to resist! r said names with the
Clerk of 111- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHARLES 11. BARKS
GEORGE, AMES & RITTER
Attorneys for Chai les 1. Parks
1150 K.W. 1st St Miami
_^_____________ ". 26. 'i 2-9-\r,
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 DANNER,
Pin intiif.
Vs
FRED THOMAS DANNER,
1 iifendam
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRED THOMAS DANNER
*-> Maryland Av >nue
st i.oiii>. Missouri
You FRED THOMAS DANNER arc
hereby notified that a Bill if Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed I
against you, and you are required '
serve u cop) of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint ..11 th. !
plaintiff's Attorney, ANGELO A At.1
100 Ainsle) Building, Miami 32, Plor-1
Ida, and file the original Answer or I
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the circuit 1 'ourt on 1 r before the
L'Ktli day of June, 1841. It Mm fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we.k for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this {3rd dav ol Max. A.D.
1961.
E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
'seal) B) : M CAVALARIS,
Beput) Clerk
ANGEIX1 A A 1,1
i"'i A Insley Building
Miami 112, Florida
Atim ii.> for Plaintiff
6 26, 6/2-9-16
the Circuit Couri
PI.....la
sail MVNDELL
Si ). 1 ,-. nei
.
'. 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52868 C
IN RE: Estati ol
N ATHA N N TRAUMAN
I.....eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'er- .:,- Hav-
ing Claims ,,r Demands Against Sftiid
Estate:
You ore hereby notified and re-
qulred to present in) claims and de-
mands which you may '.i.\,- against
the estate of NATHAN N, TRAUMAN
deceased late ol Dade County, F^r-
Ida, to th- County Judges ol Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices in the Count) Co rthouse in
Dade 1 'ountj. it itida, within [hi
calendar mouths from the late ol the
first publication hereof, or the sume
will be bai red
PRANCES I'. TR M VAN.
ICxei
I' ISEPH A. VON ARX
Attorne)
502 I'.im .n ii.- Building
Miami. Florida
. 16, 6 --:-16
IN
.lThe. .IRCUIT court of the
Hy^NTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT OF
|fLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
,, No 61C 5040
1 n MARSHALL,
1 tiff,
EN M, MARSH \1.L,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HELEN V VHSHAI.I.. a 1-
and resldem e 136 Washington
,""- Woodb 11 .. New Jersey, are
I I li file iswei to the
' -Ith the clerk ol the abov
serve cop) tl
hen, ney, 1305 C >n
'. Florl
.
I en 1 .1
> 12th 1 I
NAN.
It ol
B H > k'ESSLER
5 19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52681-A
IN RE: Estate of ......
.MAIN FORM AN KNOWLES
.i-ed
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Cl .im- ot lh-n-., 1 Against Said
'-ate.
\ .. ire herein nottrled and renuir- : ,
to present anj claims and demands
ed to 1.
which you ma) have igalnst the es-
.:,.. .,; ALVIN FO IM \N KNOWLKS
, 1 County,
Ida, I mnty J idges of
Coui
Count)
Flor
D id<
same In thelc
h iuse In
Bade aithln eight
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 61C 4684
C.UEI.PH R ELBING,
Plaintiff,
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' >RIS PATRIC1 v Ki.r.l.Ni;.
Defen lanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DORIS PATRICIA ELBI.NU
gOi.1 list Street
Ja< kson Heights,
Lon Island New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
- irve i copy of your answer to the
complain' for divorce filed against
\'\i on Plaintiff's attorneys. FAUNCE,
FINK ,< FORMAN, 1502 Congress
Building. Miami :',L', Florida, and to
rite 'he original thereol with the
.'lerk of the above Court on or before
the 12th da) of June, 1981, otherwise
.1 Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you
DATED this
K. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk
of C-'icuit Court Dade Count) Florida
f'.v HELEN KESSLER
1 leputy Clerk
5/12-19-26, 6 2
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 5477
JOSEPH BENEDICT.
Plaintiff,
vs.
THERESA BENEDICT,
I icleiidant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: THERESA BENEDICT
17 French Street
New Brunswick, New Jerse)
Y..11 THERESA BENEDICT are
hereb) notified that a Bill Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
' : 1 nsl > on. and > ou are required
to serve a cop) of your Answei or
Pleading t.. the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, Goldman.
Goldstein & Paczler, 230.1 West Flag-
ier Street, Miami 35, Florida and file
tin- original Answer or Pleading In
the office of tl c'.erk of the Circuit
curt on or before the 26th da) ol
1 mi. 1961. If 1 fail to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
von fir th. relief demanded In the
1 'ompla r
This imi ii iihall be publlsl ed onci
each week for foui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I- l.' >RII HAN
DONE AND IRDERED at M a nl
I FI01 Ida, tins 24th dn) ol May, A D
1 1961.
E, B LEATHERMAN, 1 'lei I
1 'iri nil 1 'ourt, 1 >a le Count) Fl iridn
(seal) Bj HELEN KESSLER,
1 >eput) Clerk
Goldman, Goldstein & Pacsler
2303 West Flagler .--1
Miami :i.. Florida
Vttorneys ror Plaintiff
.". 26, 8 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JLOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 527SC-B
RE: Estate of
JACK MILLER
I '.ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
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Friday, June 2
Black
And White
By MAX LERNER
Hollywood
As it happens. I saw Jean Genet's play The Blacks" In NjwYork
just twodavs before the Montgomery riots. Nothing could nave lUUStraieo
Genet's theme of a ritual celebration of black-white hatred more ef-
fectively than the grotesque performance In Alabama, where the whites
beat up a group of black and white Freedom Riders and then besieged a
whole congregation of blacks until the state guarcUmen had to be called
out. No more startling epilogue to the play could have been written.
Here in Hollywood, where I am spending the week, there Isn't a di-
rector who could resist adding the Montgomery documentary rootage as
epilogueif he dared to do the movie in the first place
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THESE NOTES OF MINE are not about M mtgomery, but about Ge-
net's vision, at once clownish and hopeless, of the ultimate war at the
core of human society, not only between black> and whites but between
all oppressed and all oppressorswith the necessary footnote that at
t'leir first chance the oppressed, when they achieve supremacy, will be-
come oppressors, and that the oppressors-turned oppressed will at their
first chance recapture the position of oppressors. This round-and-round
thinking, which is so characteristic of Genet, puts him closer to the think-
ing of the Orient than of the West, which moves always in a straight line.
Let me clear away first what is now well known about Genet him-
self. An adornment of the French literary landscape, he has spent his
life as thief, addict, and homosexual, knowing the inside ot many Euro-
pean prisons over many years, sinking to (from our perhaps stodgy per-
spective) the lowest depths, shocking even the French by some details of
life, yet fascinating them, as he is now fascinating the American.-, by the
depth and brilliance of his art.
I suppose there are some who would call both his life and his art
studies in total depravity. Others might find it necessary to reject or
forget the first in order to accept the second. Sartre has called him both
a comedian and a martyr, and there are true Genetian believers who
even find something saintlike about him. There is now a tendency among
commentators, which I cannot share, to call him a moralist. For me he
is a complex man who has been ploughed up by life and is now in turn
plowing up the surface crust of our life beliefs and our theater forms,
perhaps because somewhere along in his descent he caught a glimpse of
demonic truths and because to a man who has done everything torbidden
there are no forbidden ideas.
Demos Back
From JFK Fete
Democratic party supporters from
Miami Beach have returned here
after participating in Saturday
Dight'i fund-raising birthday din-
ner honoring President Kennedy in
Washington.
Arthur II. Courshon. board chair-
man Ol Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan A--" and a leader
in the local areas lund-raising ef-
forts for last fall's presidential
campaign, was among moving
forces in stimulating attendance by
more than hall a hundred Dade
Democrats at the dinner for Presi-
dent Kennedy
At Courshon's table were his
wife, school board member Jack
D. Gcrdon and Mrs. Gordon, Mr.
and Mrs. George Hirscn, Mr. and
Mrs. MiMon Gaynor and Ben Gil-
ler. Gcrdon, Hirsch, Gaynor and
Giller are Washington Federal di-
rectors ar.d executives.
At an adjoining table, Metr i
Commissioner ( huck Hall. M
Beach architect Norman Giller and
Mrs. Giller an Si iart New ma i
public relations consultant, were
seated with Sen Claude Pepper
and Mrs. Pepper Sen. Pepper al-
so is a Washington Federal execu-
tive, and ha:- a law office here. At
the same table were Miami Mayor
Robert King High and Metro Com-
I irfield.
Hay. Woo I s nember of the
Miami Beach Kiwanis Club, was
seated nearbj A table near the
dias was hosted b> Miami Beach
shipping pment ex-
ecutive Henrj Dub').:-, and Mrs
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TAKE HIS BASIC IMAGE in this play. Under the brilliant staging
Of Gene Frankel. against a remarkable set by Kim Swados, a group of
Negroes perform a tribal ceremony around what is presumably the coffin
of a white victim, re-enacting the ritual rape and murder of a white wom-
an. They do it before a jury in the seats of the mighty, played by blacks
wearing white masks, who are meant to represent the powers and princi-
palities of white dominion.
The second act is in the form of an oratorical contest between the
white queen and the black queenbetween Europe and Africa perhaps
in which the cultural history of one continent is pitted against the racial
unconscious of the other, the whites go off bewildered and beaten and
the actors take off their masks to reveal that it was all clownishness
and illusion.
Registration Set
At Coral Way
Kem-tr.it.or. will be taken dur-
ing the week of June 5 at Coral
Way Jewish Center for preschool
camp during the summer months
and for the fall pre-school which
will start the day after Labor Day.
as well as for the fall nursery,
pre-kindergarten and reading readi-
ness kindergarten classes
Kindergarten classes will be con-1
ducted by Mrs. Carol Cynamon i
and Mrs. Eleanor Levine. both |
certified Dade county teachers.
The staff of Coral Way Jewish
Canter have preschool licenses i
and Dade county certificates.
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YET IT WAS NOT. In a play like "The Balcony" Genet has a good
deal of sport with illusion and reality, and leaves the audience batfled
about where one ends and the other begins. But while outwardly he is
playing the same game in "The Blacks," I came away feeling it was
mostly a game, and that the collective race hatred of the blacks against
the whiteswith which in the main Genet seems to identifybreaks
through the masks.
Thus for me the most important fact about the play was that it was
being produced at all. in a culture whose stated ideal 'despite the Ala-
bamas and Mississippi.-) is that decency is color-blind Another fact is
that the play was written not by a Negro but by a whiteand a white,
be it noted, coming out of a French culture which distills the whole Eu-
ropean experience which the play derides
Behind the play is the massive, exciting, portentous fact of a liber-
ated Africa, with its history of oppression and with the current harvest
of bitterness. The racial consciousness of the new Africa has aifected
the self-image of American Negroes as well, and is opening a new chap
ter in the history of American Negro struggle. .
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found it hard to direct their defiance to it. I wonder what the impact
would be if the audience were composed of the farmers and small-town
people around Montgomery who made up the bulk of the sadistic mob.
If they were not driven crazy figuring out its meaning, 1 suspect it would
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A triple celebration for the Harold (Pearl) Lowenthals ol Coral
es this month Twenty-eighth wedd versan
years since they came from Manhattan and built their beau-
I home and pool, and daughter June is graduating irom Coral
( i les High Son Ronnie enjoying it all, too ...
The Weinsteins, Sally and William, have their entire summei
; ned Motor trip to New York will get them there in time
he wedding Ol a nephew, as well as a chance to >ec some
dway shows betore sailing July 6 on the SS Independence for
a two-month lour of Europe, including trips to England, Ireland,
i ance, ltaiv and at least three weeks in Israel Of particular
interest there will be the Hebrew University High School being
built with funds from National Council of Jewish Women Sally
belongs to the Greater Miami Section The Weinsteins will re-
It rn to their S. Treasure dr. home from this, their first trip abroad.
late in September .
Another couple off for Europe and Russia are the Ruby Golins
. Farewell dinner and theatre party given for them by son in law
and daughter. Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Jalfe. of Temple Beth El,
wood ... In Moscow, the Golins will be reunited with mem-
bers of their family whom they haven't seen in 40 years,

Helen theatre party last Wednesday at the Coconut Grove Playhouse,
fir her work on the journal She also shared the honors heaped
on her husband. Miami Beach city manager, by the Chamber of
l.immercc Saturday night at the Fonlaincbleau hotel .
No excuse now for Dr. Jesse lialpern to neglect his corrc-
Bpondence ... He v\on an electric portable typewriter at the Mt.
Sinai Hospital 11th annual seminar dinner dance at the Seville
I..el a couple of Saturdays ago Only those attending everj
t nhibit were eligible .
Bar Mitzvah and reception for .Maurice Jeffrey, son of Ray
and Finley Binder, will be at the Synagogue ol the Kama; Aviv
hotel in Tel Aviv on Saturday Mrs. Binder is the former Ray
Shochet, daughter of Mrs. Ethel Shochet, ot our town, and sister
of Fred K. Shochet, editor and publisher of The Jewish Kloridian .
The Al Segalls, 15705 N'E 10 ave.. No. Miami Beach, and their
two youngsters. Marc and Stuart, deserting Miami, but only tem-
porarily They're leaving for a three-week motor trip June 18
First stop. Hendersonville. N.C.. and a visit with friends th re,
then on to Philadelphia. Newark and finally. Swampscott. Mass.
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Birthdaze: Peggy Monhan has just presented husband John.
: i and -.on John, jr., 14 months, with a second lad. Michael .
Dad is an executive at Sam Friedland's Diplomat .
Ceil and Sam Lachman passing out cigars tor the third lime
... Son Robert and Sandra, 9741 SW 13 tor., just presented them
with a grandson. Michael Eric, brother to Arthur Joel, one end a
half Maternal grandmother, Mrs. Elaine Kavner, of Chicago
The Lachmans daughter. Helen, and husband. Robert Cohen,
also have a son, Bruce Jay, 2 .
A large, smug stork will serve as centerpiece, as well as cen-
ter of attraction, at the baby shower to be given Wednesday eve-
ning by Sheila (Mrs. Lester) Cohen and Mrs. Larry (Joani Block
at the latter's home, 151 SW 82 pi., for soon lobe mother lor the
first time, Doris (Mrs. Sheldon) Spector. of 167 W 34 St., Hialeah
Sharing in the happy excitement will be Doris' mother. Mrs.
Bessie Barkan. and her husband's mother and sisters. Mrs. Harry
Spector, Molly and Doreen.
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A sweet sixteen birthday luncheon Monday for Rita Pollack
(tared by her lriends at the Riviera restaurant Her parents
m Nat and Annette Pollack, 8600 SW 20 st. Dad is execu-
tive director of Beth David Congregation .
A luncheon to mark the last official social ol North Shore
Mrs., merging with Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach, and to honor
th< Officers and board members who had served with her was
! ven by Mrs. Lawrence A. H.vman. outgoing president, last week
I( Algiers hotel Also attending wen her mother and
rm-iaw. Mrs. Anna Hyman and Mrs. Max Weston, and
r.ster-in-law Mrs. William Hyman, here on a visit from Kew
( 11dens ...
Another out-going president entertaining her board. Mrs. Jos-
i.ipsky. of tn<- Islander chapter ol ORT, who gave a dinner
! rty Monday night at Gallaghers.
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Meryle Shapiro, wile ol Beth David Synagogue s spiritual
1 ler, Rabbi Norman Shapiro, is having a tea Monday afterm 01
at her home, 51!) SW 25 rd., to introduce Mrs. Nal (Annette) Pol-
wife of Beth David's new executive director, to the Sister-
hood's new officers, hoard members and past presidents
Recently installed as president ot Phi Lambda Kappa medical
ernity Ladies' Auxiliary was Mrs Emily H. Cirlin, wile of
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Miami, Florida, Fridoy, June 2, 1961
Section 3
B. This branch of the national fraternity, which includes
j wives ol pin sic,ans in Greater Miami, is actively engaged
raising funds for needy medical students Serving with Mrs.
Un will be Mrs. Rudolph Wagner and Mrs. Dons MarguUes

Globetrotter. Art Bruns. of Miami Springs Villas, due back
this week from his round-the-world trip ...
The many friends of Rabbi Allied Waxman. spiritual .cade.
01 Temple Zion, are wishing him a speedy recovery He s at
Mercy Hospital ... .. Mm
Another whose friends are sending her best wishes is Mien
(Mis. Leon) Kaye, at Mt. Sinai Hospital lor the past ten days .
Elry and Eltie Stone arc back from Savannah. Ga., where
they visited Ettie's sister, Mrs. Casper Wiseman They enjoyed
bung with the lam.lv. and ol course the Wiseman grandchildren
made a hit ... As Ettie put it, -nothing real exciting but just a
K'aod time" ,,
To Canada to visit her family in Montreal, then on to New
York to leave on the Queen Elizabeth for a two-month trip aie the
Hans of Mrs. Ann Segal France. Italy. Switzerland, Holland
ar.d or course Israel, where Ann will try to see everything that she
veled at in the movie, "Exodus" Also, she wans to visit
National Council Jewish Women headquarters m Joi usa em to
re her money goes Back on another Queen, the Q
Mary, and ready to start planning for another trip.
Active Mrs. Reich to Assume Presidency
Of District 5 B'nai B'rith Women
.
MRS. ALFKtO KffCH
Opti-Mrs. Will
Have Installation
Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach will
have an installation luncheon at the
Seville hotel Tuesdaj noon. June 6.
with Emanuel Goldstritch, gover-
nor, Optimists. Eourth District of
Florida, as installing officer.
Officers are Mesdames Melvin J.
Richard, president: Murray Son-
cetl and Jack Spatz. vice presi-
dents; Sam Hirsch. recording secre-
tary; Sydney Lev inc. corresponding
secretary; George Goodman, treas-
urer; Ralph Hall, financial secre-
tary: and Arthur Leibowitz, ser-
;/t<.r,t-ai-arms.
Guests will be Mrs. C. C. Sher-
man, governor; Mrs. Frank Aaron,
governor-elect; and Mrs. W. L. Mc-
Kinney, past governor.
Mrs. Murray Sonnett has written
a musical scrip; for the occasion.
>cver the type to play second
fiddle to the male ol the species,
District 5, B'nai B'rith Women, ex-
amined the terrain, saw that Mi-
ami's own Judge Milton Friedman
will assume the presidency of Dis-
trict 5, Men's Lodges, at the con-
vention opening here Sunday in the
Americana hotel, and promptly de-
cided to follow suit.
Mrs. Allied Reich, long-time Mi-
ami women's leader, will take the
gavel as president of District 5.
B'nai B'rith Women, when another
Miamian. Mrs. Gerald Soltz, steps
down alter two terms in that offici
This time. Miami scores twice.
Mrs. Reich is. herself, a frank
and intense "no second fiddler,"
who seems quick and easy to say
she was born on April 17, l'Ji8 in
New York City.
She came to Miami in Septem-
ber, 1944. some seven years after
her marriage. In addition. Mrs.
Reich, known more popularly as
Fanny, is just as frank and just as
quick to reveal that she became a
grandmother last March, when her
son, Robert lrwin Reich, and wife,
Sandy, welcomed Louis William to
their home .n Jacksonville.
This is quite a record lor a young,
attractive blonde, whose name in
civic and welfare work is already
a by-word in Greater Miami.
Mrs. Reich lounded the first Girl
Scout Troop at Temple Judea in
Coral Gables, and served as its
leader lor two years. For a similar
amount of time, she was president
of Temple Judea Sisterhood and
president of Emma Lazarus chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women.
In addition. Mrs. Reich served
as director lor the Slate of Florida
ol the Southeastern Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods for a four-year
term. Irom 1113660.
In her ccapacitj as a B'nai
B'l II 'or, Mrs. Reich served Id-
as constitution chairman for
a year, Youth Organization chair-
for two years, field expansion
chairman and workshop- lor m
(. and at present is district pro-
chairman and district con-
vention chairman.
When Mrs. Reich receives the
cave! as president of District 5,
B'nai B'rith Women, she will head
an organization comprised ol 57
women's chapters, with a member*
-r. r ol over 100,000.
In addition to these activities, she
-' rved during the past year as area
, rman ti>r the Combined Je ish
Appeal and Bonds for Israel com-
mittee. Mrs. Reich is also a mem-
ber oi the Florida regional board
ol the Anti-Defamation League,
ard of the executive board ot the
Miami Adult Council of B'nai B'rith
Youth.
Her home life? Despite her
heavy activities schedule, there is
a home, and a happy one. Husband
Al is a Miami insurance executive,
who also happens to be a profes-
sional musician. His instruments
are trumpet and bass violin.
Women's Division of Beach T Installs
Officers to Launch Third Year Here
Mrs. Norman Ciller last week
was installed as the new president
.ol the Women's Division ol the Mi-
ami Beach YMHA Branch The
Women's Division, now entering its
third year ot activity, was organiz-
ed two years ago to bring women in
the community closer to the serv-
ici offered by the "Y." and to
help support these services through
various special projects.
Clemen J. Ehrlich, president of
the Y." which is a branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
i : :, r, served as installing officer.
, ins president. Mrs. Solomon
Kann, was elected honoray chair-
man. Other officers are Mesdames
Jicob Katzman. William Sussnjan
and Fred Fenton, vice presidents;
Mi oil Sommers, recording secre-
tary; Arnold Rosen, corresponding
secretary; Leon A. Epstein, social
secretary; and Samuel Oka, treas-
urer.
Elected as members of the board
,t directors were Mesdames Robert
Grossman. Philip Samet. Milton
Green, Albert Ossip, Basil Heatter,
Alfred Levi, Milton Sirkin, Isidore
B Simkowitz and Sid Lang.
In appreciation of her leadership
in initiating this organization and
serving as president, the group pre-
sented a gold charm to Mrs. Kann.
Mis Jerome Weiss served as chair-
man for the day, and Mrs. Ossip
and Mrs. Grossman were co-chair-
men of the planning committee.
Others who served were Mrs. Levi,
Mrs. Oka. Mrs. Sommers. Mrs. Ro-
-, n and Mrs. Jerome I'otashmek
Invocation was by Arnold A.
Piskin, branch director, and the
benediction by Mrs. Irving Open.
A special song in honor of the Wo-
men's Division was written by Mrs.
Sommers and .-ung by Mrs. Rosen,
accompanied by Mrs. Joseph
Singer.
The Miami Beach YMHA Branch
is a beneficiary agency oi the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the United Fund.
Bikur Cholim Will
Be Inducted Here
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. ot Is-
raelite Center, and president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical A-sn.,
will install officers and board of
erectors of the Bikur Cholim of
the Israelite Center on Wednesday,
i.', ]] :30 a.m.. at the Riviera Kosher
restaurant. 1830 Ponce de Leon
blvd.
Elected lor a second term, Mrs.
Nathan Shenkin. president, and
Mesdames Jack Schwartz. Rubin
Zerekey, Elsie Eisner, vice presi-
dents; Miriam Kronenberg, honor-
ary president; Rose Lando. record-
ing secretary; Elsie Karish. finan-
cial secretary; Elsie Eisner, corre-
sponding secretary; Rubin Hyatt.
treasurer; Julius Steinberg, parli-
mentarian; Ann Goldenberg and
; iic (ionium, sergeant-at-arms;
ar.d Esther Rossin, auditor.
Board of directors are Mr and
.Mrs. Max Garshag, Mesdames
Minnie chiller. Sam Geltner, Mae
Homer, Rubin Hyatt, and Esther
Richman.
Receiving the gavel of leadership as incoming president of
the Women's Division of the Miami Beach YMHA Branch,
Mrs. Norman Giller (right) is shown accepting the transfer of
office from retiring president. Mrs. Solomon Kann (left). In-
stalling officer at the installation brunch held at the Lucerne
hotel was Clem I. Ehrlich, Beach "Y" president. The instal a-
tion marks the beginr.ing of the third veer of activities for the
Women's Division, which was orgemired to suppoit the com-
munity services offered by the "Y/


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1 '. lb. ready-to-cook
broilerfryer
. cjp vegetable oil
: cup < ry white wine
Vt teaspoon garlic powder
: medium onion, grated
. .aspoon white pepper
-. teaspoon celery seed
i teaspoon powdered thyme
-- teaspoon powered marjoram
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in -.hi 11 until well coated. Plact
side by sid< hi 1 baking riish and
pour the margarine evenly over
each piece. Gover the pan. and
bake at 375 degs F. about 40 min-
utes, until almo>t tender Heat the
remaining ingredients for the sauce
until ti-.c jell} melts, then pour the
sauce ever the chicken. Continue
ing uncovered about 35 min-
utes longer, until the chicken is
very tender. Baste occasionally
with the sauc< This makes 4 serv-
ers. Sy Goldstein, past president of Corel Way Jewish Ce:.-
ter Sisterhood, turns over gavel to Mrs. Marvin Wiener, x-
coming president, at joint installation ceremonies held lest
Saturday at the Center building.
Chni Chapter Delegates
legates :< senting C h a 1
pter, B'nai B'rith Women, at
the annual B'r.a. B'rith District 5
converter this weekend at the
Americana hotel will be Mrs. Es-
her Lerman, president. Miami
Beach Cou-.i I; Mrs Oscar R*Mi
thai, preset D1 i ipter; Mnl
Max Kern. < 'r;. Flail
Sinick anr. \ SilversUlj
vice presidents Alternate!
Mrs. Jack Ztt.t:. Mrs Dons Las-
chow. Miss Jerri -1 I* n, Mrs. Dii
Sondberfi am Mrs Ruth Corey
That on the right side of the keystone on the label is the seal Of andorsemtnt of
THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS CF AMERICA.
Shalom Chapter Has Induction
Shalom chapter. B'nai B'rith Wo
men, held its second annual instal-
lation Sunday evening in the Bis-
cay ne Terrace hotel.
The candlelight ceremony was
conducted by Mrs Gerald Soltz.
president of District 5. B'nai B'rith
Women, who installed Mrs. Gordon
Marmorstein. president; Mrs. Stan-
ley Golin, ways and means; Mrs.
Arnold Braun. membership; and
Mrs. Stanley Rosenberg, program.
Secretaries are Mrs. Allan Weiss.
recording; Mrs. David Burger, cor-
responding; and Mrs Sol Rynor.
i financial. Treasurer is Mrs. Nathan
Cchtn. Others are: historian. Mrs.
'Harris Cohen; sentinel. Mrs. Mar-
I vin Hechtman: guardian. Mrs.
I Bruce Freedman; Mrs. Irving
Kaye, counselor.
Rabbi Harold Richter. of Beth
1 Kodesh Congregation, gave the in-
vocation and benediction. Chairman
1 for the evening was Mrs. Stanley
Golin.
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rr:day. June 2, 1961
'Ioneer Women
loll Programs
[rs. Isaac 01 n presi.
if B< be Idelson Pioneer
n, wj 1" e i regular
' on 1 hui i p.m., a(
Washington : [eral Savings
Loan Assn.. N rmaady Jsie.
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On Monday at 8 p m., Greater
;.imi Council of Planer Women
!1 install officer, at the Bar-co-
ma hotel
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, chairman,
ill introduce Mrs. Dorothy Krie-
Fink a3 installing officer.
Officers for the coming year are
[rs Milton Green, president;
Leo Goldman, vice president
i charge of organization; Mrs.
[oses Meyer, vie? president in
ge of funds; Mrs. Abraham
r. recording iry; Mrs.
i Kessler, corresponding sec-
iry; Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen,
usurer; Mrs. Fred sandier, fi-
I secretary.
.
Kadimah chapter is planning its
nnual installation of officers Sat-
urday, June 10. at the Biscayne
retrace hotel. Further plans will
j made by Mrs. Leah Fnedson,
lirman.
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ilects Officers
Mrs. Sheldon Dearr was unani-
lously elected president of the
TA of the Hebrew Academy for
(he 1961-62 school term at a meet-
ing held last week at the home of
llrs. Alexander Kogad
Mrs. Dearr. a former officer of
\: organization for many years.
i I that the theme for the next
ear will be "Educating the Com-
munity." A series of eight cultural
programs arc planned, which will
; every aspect of the Acad-
- English and Hebrew pro-
jram. Conducting these sessions
be the educators Of the Acad-
|
_>ther officers elected were vice
presidents, Mesdames Tobias Si-
J' in, Solomon Mason. Harry Sam-
-. F.manuel Finkel; recording
ary. Mrs. Matthew Zuckei-
.. corresponding secretaries,
- lames Sidney Rosenberg. Saul
?mon, and Gerald Greenberg;
.1 secretary, Mrs Henry Pen-
sky; treasurer. Mrs. Marvin
-. historian. Mrs Maurice
er; parham Mrs.
ild Soltz; chaplain Mrs. H.
is Hottman.
ribute Honors
irs. Koch
Milton Koch was honored
i tribute luncheon sponsored by
Miami Beach chapter of the
ish National Home for Asthma
Children on Saturday at the
glades hotel.
Mrs Koch helpei organize the
'liter, and served as president
| two years.
is also a past president and
" of the founders of the Ladies'
P3?e 3-3
HospStai Units Reserve Theatre
Di de county chapters
tional Children's Car I
will take over the entii
Grove Playhouse the f Fa-
ther's Day. Sunday. June IS
the final performance f 'The
Torohbearers," the Kellj
comedy starring Patsy Ab
sented by the Acorn Civic Theatre.
All proceeds are for the benefit
of the local charity hospital devot-
ed exclusively to the dia^niisis and
treatment of rheumatic ar.i con-
e in
i.
all-
rip for 1 to 1 i
as.
Res* >.::i be ma ; the
ter representati' i Vlesdames
Jean Raab. Miami Beach; Laura
Glance. Miami; Ruth Katzu. Fla-
mingo; Minnie Eigner. North
; Dade; and Sandy Salsman, South
Dade.
"Fashion Tour to Ieraei" was featured at recent meeting of the
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. Left to right are
Mrs. Bernard Wieder. coordinator; Mxs. Wilbur Wishner. com-
mentator; and Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women and chairman. Function
was at the Algiers hotel.
Emma Lazarus
Sends Delegates
Members of Emma Lazarus
chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, par
ticipating in the B'nai B'rith na-
tional convention at the Americana
hotel Sunday through Wednesday
j are Miss Edyth Fleischer, pas'
I president, serving as national
' chairman; and Mrs. Alfred Reich,
also past president, who will be
installed as president of District 5
Serving as delegates are Mrs
Ada Gordon, newly installed pres-
ident; Mrs. Jeannette Sussman. re-
! cording secretary, and Miss Edith
Simmons, a past president.
Also Mrs. Fay Sonn. Mrs. Adele
Baum. Miss Ruth Jaffee and Mrs
Sylvia Pollock.
MRS. SHELDON DAXX
Ernanu-El Summer Ccmp
Temple Emanu-El iaj
camp, which be Jins urth
ieasi n of ictiviti.es Fune 19.
will hold its
selor me
at the Temple's'branch, 727 77 si
Milton Feinstetn, director ot the
daj cam;, and the staff of coun-
selors will discuss the camp's pro-
gram, and meet the patents. Reg-
istration Tor the eight-week pro-
: gram will also be, accepted
Auxiliary of North Shore t>77. Jew-
ish War Veterans, and irgaaizer
and first president of the Kneseth
Israel PTA.
Brandeis Group
Names Chairman
Mrs. Harry B Rimer is the
newly-elected vice president- and
overall chairman of Book Fun,I for
Brandeis University National Wom-
en's Committee. Greater Miami
chapter.
Area chairmen are Mesdames
Joseph Cohen. Jerome C irin Harry
Faber, Donald Rubin, Ralph Spero
.iiui Solomon Toonkel
Special and major book collec-
tions are under the joint chairman-
ship of Mrs. Joseph Duntov and
Mrs. Albert 0. Levin. Contribu-
tions to the endowment fund are
handled by the chairman. Mrs.
Morris Zimmerman.
These contributions cover the
maintenance, staffing and stocking
of the university library.
Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis is
president of the Greater Miami
chapter.
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Friday. June 2. 1961
+Jewist>tk>rMlan
Page 5-F
Local Artist
Elected Fellow
International Institute of Arts
and Letters at Kreuzlingen, Switz-
Hand, has elected Warren- Soned.
(I Miami, muralist and sculptor, a
Follow.
Only 65 men in the field of arts
and letters are selected every five !
-tars from every country of the
globe for the honor.
Soned, a graduate and former
instructor at the University of Mi-
ami, is listed in 'Who's Who in
American Art." and is currently
(,inducting art courses at the Art
I nlimited School in Miami.
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It's Meet Me
At the Pops'
it's "Meet Me at the Pops" this "Gidgit Goes Hawaiian," story of a young girl who accom-
siimmer at Miami Beach Auditor- panies her parents on their second honeymoon. James Darren,
"' Deborah Walley and Michcel Callan star in this romantic
adventure comedy in color, now at the Carib, Miami, Miracle
and 163rd Street Theatres.
Miamian Wins
Pitt Scholarship
Carolyn Maysmao, who will
graduate from No. Miami Senior
High en June 9, has won a scholar-
ship to the University of Pitts-
burgh, where she plans to major
in biological science.
Daughter of Mrs. Ruth Maysman.
of 1050 NE 176th st.. and the late
Max R. Maysman. Carolyn has
served as president of the Slide
Rule Club and treasurer of the
German Club, and is a member of
Beta Science Club.
Her sister is Mrs. June Berman
m!
Brother, Sister
Get UM Degrees
Starting Sunday. June 11. the Uni-
vi rsity of Miami Summer Sympho-
ny Orchestra will offer ten consec-
i live Sunday evening performances
i Pop" concerts running through
13.
Jit of the nation's outstanding
luctors and 12 top-flight solo-
Ks. including two ballet programs. Barbara and Lawrence, daughter
. II add up to a season of popular and son of Mr. and Mrs. David
n iisic designed for easy, relaxed Newman. 1365 SW 21 tor.. Miami-
,i weather listening pleasure, will both graduate from the Uni-
ening concert June 11 features versify of Miami in June.
Liesl conductor Raymond Paige in Barbara will receive her desrre
presentation of "Highlights from from the school of education,
R; dio City Music Hall." Soloists where she served as editor of the
v th Paige are Louise Raboin, so- school newspaper and was on the
.board of publications. She also
was representative to the under-
graduate Student Government and
received the education Gold Key
for service.
As president of the Collegiate
The successful two-week run of council of the United Nations. Bar-
' A Majority of One" at the Coco- bara sponsored a model UN gen-
nut Grove Playhouse has prompt- eral assembly on the campus. She
cd producer Owen Phillips to re- was named to "Who's Who in
Uirn the play for an additional American Colleges and Univer-
Reopening Tuesday. June 6, the September.
(medy. by Leonard Spigelglass. Lawrence, now graduating from
\ ill again co-star Molly Picon and the school of medicine, received
1 rederic Tosere. his BS from the University of Mi-
Playing the role of Mrs. Jacoby.' ami in 1958. magna cum laudc. Hejpital.
Iewish matron from Brooklyn.
Picon scored a personal tri-
nmph in London, where she played
site Robert Morley. whose role
the Japanese businessman, Mr.
.ano. and Val Valenti, tenor.
Majority^eld
Additional Week
Dora Stein Group
Inducts Officers
Dcra Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will install officers
on Thursday evening, June 8.
Installing officer is Mrs. William
Dickson, former president of Dora
Stein Sisterhod. and vice president
of Florida Branch of the National
Women's League.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
As>n.. will be guest speaker.
New officers are Mesdames Ben
Harris, president; Hyman Kirsner,
Sylvia Colin. Hyman Gorsetman.
Philip Richman, vice presidents;
Sidney Katzif. financial secretary:
Ben Sirkus, recording secretary: A.
Winston, corresponding secretary:
and Ella Kaplan, treasurer.
Barbara and Lawrence Newman
served as senator in the under-
graduate Student Government, and
was an officer in Phi Eta Sigma.
freshman honorary.
He is also a member of Beta
Beta, biological honorary, Delta
Theta Mu, school of arts and sci-
ence honorary, and recently be-
came a member of Alpha Omega
Alpha, national medical honorary.
Lawrence will serve his intern-
ship at Lcs Angeles County Hos-
Voegele Appointment Told
Emanu-EI Ladies
Plan Meeting
Ninety-six newly elected oflict i I
ind board members of Sisterho
'iCn.ple Emanu-EI will meet >
Wednesday, June 7. in Sirkin H; I
for a three-hour capsule orienta-
tion workshop starting at 93e a I,
Luncheon will be served folov. I
by :- report on Florida Branch IS
tional Women's League convent n
recently held in Jacksonville, i
sented in a comedy skit, "Tired A
, conventions."
Participating will be Mrs. !
Goldstein, president of Sisterhoi
Mrs. Leonard Glickman, Miss Lit
Goodman, and Mrs. Alexander > >-
! gan.
T. J. Bomar. chairman of the
board of directors of the Pan
American Bank of Miami, announ-
ces the appointment of Robert A.
Voegele as assistant trust officer. Shaloma Card Party
Voegcle's responsibilities will be
"to facilitate further expansion of
the trust department under new
corporate direction and to assist
in bringing better and more com-
plete trust services to the public,"
Bomar said.
no, is being played here by Thursday, June 15, the Acorn Civi<
Theatre predicts a complete sell-
ss Picon's next show will be out for the five performai
ilom," a new musical comedy. 'The Torch Bearers." starring
lich she'll co-Star with Robert Patsy Abbott, the popular corned:-
i on Broadway enne, making her legitimate stage
------------------- debut.
Social Evening Sunday As Mrs. PampJneiu, Miss Abbott
will portray a pompous lady 01
i and Country Clubbers of wealth and dignity who is the
th Dade, social and civic group somewhat pretentious, though dedi-
sil gle men and women, are t.a(e(], directress" of a "little
having a farewell "Mid-Summer (theatre" group in the mid West
hi Ball" on Sunday evening in
school building of Beth Torah Directed by Owen Phillips the
It-mole. ca-st features a score of local at-
Acorn Theatre Sees Sell-Out
Two weeks before its opening on tors. Included are Boris Pritcher,
Shaloma group of Hadassah
having a card party at the Sea
Gull hotel Wednesday noon. Via y
Friedman and Jean Feierman a e
in charge of reservations.
Rosemarie Africano, Jacqueline
James, Don Bowerman, Charlene
Russell, Bill Mayer. Ruth McMa-
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"Atoms in Action," one of the
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shown in Miami on June 3 through
17. The free exhibit, to which the
public is invited, will be shown at
the Miami Public Library. 1 Bis-
cayne blvd., on week days from 10
to 9, on Sunday. June 4 and 11.
1 to 6, and Saturday, June 17, the
last day of the exhibit from 10 to 6.1
according to Dr. Frank B. Sessa.j
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and Women's Or-
ganization.
to
inder
ross, prinei-
'the Beth
i Nursery 13
jeing established
.r. memory ol Mr.-
. love for Jewish education
her hu-band. Joseph Gonshor
her tru
Gonshor .= a founder, and mem-
ber I the board of the Academy.
and il active in Beth Tfilah and
Knesetb Israel Cor,-r<-_:av-r.- He
will al?' endow the children s chap-
el .r. the new building, to be kn
Betl I r-'h.
n0cr
io years s
jre Mrs Harvey 1
lent of Sis :< Drucl
. will be i I president of I
.
and
fleers rectors
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bo has
Joseph Pai
Mr aar.
arc chairr en ~- ia"
Rabbi I i
'
will present r.-js
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it < daughter of Mr and Mrs.
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ing the last late service of
tv.e year to be held Friday. 7:30
p.m., children of Coral Way Jewish
Center kindergarten class will re-
ceive their diplomas, with Rabbi
Samuel April addressing the grad-
uatiafl class.
Mr- Nathan Cynmon is in charge
i I -< Center's rre-school groups.
On Sunday, at 10 a.m.. graduation
exerc;"-? Of the Sunday school, un-
der the direction Of Mrs. B. Prusoff
ar.c Lr. H Seltman. will be held.
MS Society Due
For Revitalxzinq
[mull is ir
Fieri e for j

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Sclei s Soci

Southeast 1
Dadi B
: Monroe counties
In Dade co n<. th( re arc-
SCO kni wn cast s of mul-
- lei is a chronic, crippln
ase of the central m
tern, which ;s most prevalent among
young adults Its cause is unknowi
anri rhcre is no cure.
About two rn nths ag the na-
nal society began revitalizing
local chapter under the super-
vision of Robert A Bureau.
rial field director, and Emmi ti
!' Carraher ithi ast n gional di-
rector.
The new chapter h:.- i
B06 Ci : Idg I):. ths,
d representative, has been as-
signed to the Miami office, and
Eleanor Micelli has been nami
secretary, A full-time staff direc-
tor "ill he appointed soon
Officers ol the new chapter are
Paul H Marks, chairman. Mrs
Faire M. Robbins, F.
Nolan Johnson treasun r; Mrs,
Phillip D. O'Connell. Palm Beach.
chairman: Thomas Han
ton, Brouarri vice chairman. Mrs
Rita Sawyer. Monroe vice chair-
man: and Harold P. Barkus. Dade
vice chairman.
Members of the board include
Robert Pentland. jr. Richard Fin-
cher. Judge Henry L Balaban. vice
mayor of Miami. Rev George R
Taylor. St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church. Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
president of the Rabbinical Assn
Leonard A. Wien. Mrs. Jerri Pol-
lack.
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jay, /-ne 2. 1331
rligtous School
lans Closing
keth Lr id school of
[? 700 students will I its clos-
assembly on Sun Erom 10 to
[in tht nain synagogue.
[ax Silver, chairman of the
VcM beard, will present certti!-
|es ni trit for scholarship and
jndance Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
will >-?eak to parents and the
lent bey.
tarea Tringold. Susan Hammer-
bth and Barbara Vogel will be
rraton a caqtata, "The Siddur
)ur He": Prayer Book," written
Saul Rebin, education director.
|e musical port:'.-, will be con-
ted 1> Cantor William Lipson,
lh Mr.- Alex Stlebel, kindergar-
teacl ex. at the piaa i.
The I'hbfenw Department will
>ntinu* its sessions through
lurtday, Jon i, with remedial
lasses ': he heid after the close
the c*partmrT.
s school is accepting
[istrali now
posing icercises for laily nurs-
and kj'.:'.ergar:e:t were held on
idnesdaj morning, with three,
r: an< ire-year-olds taking part
a progism o: -. 4.;.> and danc-
f km*-1c9> IFlinri(f&M7
Piae 7-B
w Group Has Dance
Playn ales, a new gr>up of young '
igles ircm 21 to 39 held Its
uguraJ anee Sunday night at,
Surfcomber hatel. with music
lie Notes, and entertain-
s.il bj 'artin and Maio dance
Young Leaders To tour Israel
Kenneth Myers, of C ral Ga
and Mr. and Mrs. Dame! Neal Hel-j
ler. of Miami Beach, are enr
Israel as part of a Unite
Appeal Young Leadership Study,
Mission, it was announced by Sam
J. Heiman, president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. S
123 community leaders from major
l'. S. cities are member- of
tour groups.
In Israel, the Miami delegation
will meet with government officials
and visit schools, housing devel >:>-
1 ments. homes for the a ei. and
hospitals, speaking with immi-
grants as they arrive, a.-. I Study-
i ing the economic needs of new-
comers,
Beth Myers and the Hellers art
active in Greater Miami s Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, the yearly
drive which raises funds for re-
settlement aid in Israel.
Their trip will also inclu le IV
eral stop-overs in E ir >| ear 1
Myers and Helli r both local at-
torneys, are active in welfare pre
grams and community affairs.
Coming trim 42 commumt in
lircughout the United States, the
young leaders, most of them in the
10 to 40 age bracket, will spend two-
ot their three weeks in Israel,
studying the facts and problems of
newcomer absorpl
Youngsters Enroll in Camp
A total of 175 Jewish tungs ira
from the State of Florida have 1
d for Camp Oca: -'. 1- I to
-tart June 26 in Oca.a Nat lal
Park.
Janice Revitz, young daughter of Maurice Revitz, chairman of
the recent Israel Bond Bar Mitzvdh and inaugural dinner,
helps demonstrate success of the evening's bond sale by
lighting candles on Israel's birthday cake. Each candle rep-
resents the purchase of $50,000 in Israel Bonds. A total of 18
candles was on the cake representing "ChaiLife for Israel."
Sales exceeded the amount provided by the 18 candles, reach-
ina a total of SI,2-*0 000.
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The popular hotel has been owned
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Osceola Lake Inn offers quiet re-
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I as well as a planned schedule of
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Facilities include swimming pool,
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Friday, June 2, \%\
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tf.CVAN OF THE WEEK
F M lis h^ 3 most itf by. It is her
non. afie. rr. to as S
g. Sam e a derby I at. which cj
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I raised Bosl
. a Masters degree, s
he S
that Be si
t the drcj
however, ar ':
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White Silk Mist
For V.rs. Wiener
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sronS
Mav 27
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at the Tei
mony.
Z i ian, 1100 NE LlOth s
he bride was
- Mrs irwin W -
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nd Ed
. Mr- Alvin H
I da era'
... sented
Sai be n
lot t : the -
has had to share her v it
. a : en's Committee, Gr
Mi imi i ter I "
E0I1H insta led for her second term as presi
i eave a h< spital bed and return to it. That is th
... She symbolizes I : B .b and V. are ised
I ring the phor.e i t i They run ail her en i cicer-
, \.....is a : ; itfa has j >in< I
From looking at Edith's complexion : would have
., ..,a. :,. Margi lis I sports a swimmi
. ,.W(L s| such trit I inbuthing
i r relaxing, or car-:
It i, jusl lucky for Sam that R-andeis University so far iway
i- ause his very dedicated wif< Id no doubt b< I back to school late William Stom
' -ee a", first-hand how the wheels go round.
* *
THE GIRL NEXT DOOR
She could have been the girl next door if she hadn't lived way out
North Miami. Steve Margolis and Harriet Levy have been going
I ether ever since they were in hi^h school. On June 12 they both
I be receiving their diploma- from the University of Miami, and
i June 20. they will be getting a different kind of degree On that
i- they will be married.
Steve's mother. Sue 'Mrs. J B.i Margolis. is being kept in the
di k about the party that her friends are having for Harriet on June 3
l the Roney Plaza hotel. It will be a luncheon and miscellane. us
. iwer (that covers a multitude of ideas' The hostesses are Mrs.
Arthur Treister. Mrs. Herbert Abrams and Mrs. Fred Abrams (the}
an sisters-in-law), Mrs. Butts Cohen. Mrs. Melv.n Goldstrom, Mrs
>dore Firestone, Mrs. Charles Oppenheim and Mrs 1 Newton
v.-inkle. Harriet's aunt. Mrs. Jack Knoblock. ol New York, who is
ling for the wedding, will arrive in time for the lunche
:,: j. mini*
Mr a I Mrs R
berg wi!
ihgat ":-
: M .
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[.I
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iaxonj
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ed by a reci
the h
The parents ol thi
are Mrs. Jeanette S
!
nd St (
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Rich, Eeubis
Exchange Vows
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. of Fl rida I p m
Immisi
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T: '
Mian B<
[tended th
liami.
SEVENTY-EIGHT DAYS AROUND THE WORLD
Sue (Mrs. Bernard" Stevens can now take a back seat as a t: i
H.r mother. Mr- Rose Feld, ju-t came home from a most exciting trip
a und the world. She was on the Dutch ship Oranje She says thai
I itch breakfast carries you all through the da> wil
pang. In Vienna she met people who were relatr i of relatives which
iurs< gave her a personal fi ling for that country To be in Vienna
. the same as gettin i music; T Jl ol musu is on
radio at all times. II wi p wheth oul or si
hotel and listen. In Australia she sav a to ind watched
i tives use the boomerang. She brought somi home to her grand-
children. In Russia, she spota to the same peopl that Sue had mel
0 her r. cent tri[> there Shi id Sue both ive I
of conversation."
* *
A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY
(".race and B. B, Goldstein had a houseguest in their new home
B B.'s Bister Blanche 'Mr- Chester) Ross flew in from Harrison, N
to at'end the Temple Israel dinner where her father, Sain A, Goldstein,
was being installed as president. Sir.ce Blanche had attended Temple
Israel and been confirmed there, it brought back nostalgic memories
I- >rence is very active in Branded National Women's Committee. She
ii immediate pas' president of the New York and Nev Jersey region
Family dinner parties were in full sway with the fir-t, of course,
, the home of her mother and dad. Sam and Lena.
* *
\ELLOW IS TO GET A FELLOW
it was a yellow kitchen shower at the Algiers hotel to honor
N mcy Schonfeld. who is marrying Bennet Feldman The three hos-
i. sea, Mrs. David Phillips. Mrs. Fred Blau and Mrs. Leonard Jacob
m !. had a most unusual party. A bridal procession of dolls extended
d n the length of the table. Flower fruit picks held the place cards.
Individual ceramic ash trays made by Dorothy Hlau carried out the
... ol Mr.
Morris Beuhis. 1 i Col-
I ind Mark
Rich lere i saturdaj eve-
[.Ma; t the Riti Plaza ho-
el ..M Rabl David Lehrfieltl of-
[icia
The bride attended by Miss
Wendy Rich, selected a ballenna-
heart-shaped length wedding go^n of imported
, the silk irganza and chantill) lace with
i basque bodice, bracelet-length
sleeves and a sabrina neckline. The
circular bouffant skirt had ap-
pliqi es of chant illy lace
The ridegr im, son of Mr. and
Ml tm Rich 350 SW 10th St., is
i gra : the University of
Mi imi and a member of Beta Beta,
i tional bioli gj nor r so< i '> At
:- re I -eilta-
tran in S I Sec inty Ad-
erved as
fhe m : i Mr- Rich is
Vli imi .".each High
led the University
Her fiance is also a gi I ia; I Miami M .. .,...
Miami Senior High and is now a '- lhe R,tz plaza h- >'oun C0UP,e wlil ,Ive r
>enior at the Univeit) I \\ ",: ; eremony, and the S. (' ___
He is a past member i; Hurn-
. anes, AZA, and torn' r
of South Florida LiiVu
st.. No. Miami Bea< h. and M
Mr.-. Mac Goldberg, 71) S
dr.. Miami Beach
The bride wore a chapel-l<
peau de sole gown I with
aiencon lace and a
diamond pendant.
Bergs Announce
Barbara's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. William Berg, 7980
SW 17 st.. announce the engage-
ment of their daught Bar
Elaine, to Want n
son oi Mr and Mrs
: Bind.; 2390 SW 23 si
The bride-to be .- a idu !
Miami Senior II i ;
more at the University
She is a pa.-t member an
ol Phi Delta Gamma
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pink and white colors at the luncheon tables. The yellow of the shower ^1??*}*!*???^
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Pollack came in wearing a yellow dress and carrying a va.-e with
yellow plastic flowers.
Among the forty guests were Mrs. Edward Sirkin. Mrs Arthur
J.nngsam. Mrs. Lewis Julien. Mrs. Harry Lack. Mr.- Isidore Hecht.
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day. June 2. 1961
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yours.
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Miss Don Now
Mrs. A!sn Cohen
was the choice of Mrs. Philip
Warshaw Sih r i m ii Ii ry
ind i
ch were I id of i
.Mr. ; nd Mrs, Man .1 ( ohen are
8 Ja ica [oliow-
W fe leal >j : Iding Satui lay, May
Beth Da\ Deauville hotel. Dr. Irv-
Philip Si i natural-i i a Rab i Leon
ored raw silk with an illusion K ": >t the 7:30 p.m.
neckline. Her cashmere sweater | ceremony, and a reception and
was trimmed in the same fabric formal dinner followed
as her dre$3. A white m tygashel The bride, Dorothy Enid Don, is
linen >h i*h nej lace the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
in^ : the bodice, was the ?on "' 8010 Pine Tree dr., Miami
r. loice : Mrs [Lena Her
accessories were bought o:i a re-
i enl i: uis
t
ETH Davi I 8 rhood heii its
las j 'Algiers
airmen oi incheon .-.eie
Richard Hei I and Mrs.
ch ..' nan. Cornflower
a moj ish linen >h h
. w ch : Mrs. Herold.
. te straw hat was trim
ai I iwers Mrs,
i .zman also wore Line n
, ed i a ite an j I
skirt, H coffee-i
use a il the line l, and
ierb as A ihil
. ;h the Ii. it brown \
Her i nsemble was com-
ith a w tiite straw turban,
ed as resi lent was Mrs.
., i ol si For this occa-
I a white pi
. .. floral print in colors
pink t -;> wine Her
ivas fi i he skirl
aped, .i h hite starche I
. was appliqued with lace
It
featured a low nec-iuiue wltii
Ai le collar which contoured into
a capelettt f fleet. Mrs Max Sil-
ver chose a white pi |u s sh
which was top]
(t liiac flow< rs
Mrs Sidnej L irl ire a
soft yi How ;
iature dai ies en i i
Whit ej
tiered shei I Beige s
th i b< an.

AS most of i ki
" r Eini lin \ program
and weight lucti i lurse for
: a; the
Lido Spa [n v-ith this,
Vorl '.-. hi! i l
I ::. tak ittle time : i -
Miss Roberta Schwartz Engagement
Revealed to Theodore Provder
The enga emen! I I
ter, Robert : 'n n ann
ed >>; the bride- x! Mr.
;ind Mrs. Harr; z, of
I si m SW 17th
The groom is T der,
son of Mr. ar.; Mrs i Pr v-
der, oi L9510 NE 181 i
Miss Schv artz is a i oi
seph Rayt s won a Mack Miami Senior High il where
te check) I gingham jacket she was a member if D bs BBG and
The b lice o! her dress Phi Sigma Tau Council. She is at-
.ertical inserts of white tending the L'niversit: Miami's
Mrs. Harold Berger was school of < [rad-
lile sheath and Mrs. Harry uate in Januarj
had a green foliage print Mr. Provder is a graduate of
ti white tailored sheath. Brooklyn Technical High School in
ether white was worn by Brooklyn, N. Y.. where le was an
Manuel Lube!. Hers was honor student and won a New York
a one-piece with two-piece state Regent's Scholarship. He
An overbiouse effect w is will graduate from the University
zed with lace trim. Pink (,i Miami this month, with a major
a as the color accent, also used in m chemistry and minor in physics
and aw eater. Her mother. and mathematics.
Mrs. Julius Weinstein, was her
r brunch She was dress-
lack piaid cotton >iut with
overblou-e. Her straw
hat and blouse were of the same
C
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W
Beach, and her husband's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen,
2995 Flaming i '
For her wedding, she chose an
peau de soi g iw n with bodice
ported alenc >n lace, enhanced
with si ed pearls an I bracelet-
< 'i with si le
drapes, termii ed m a chapel
ser of beaded alencon
bouffai i veil fell
in ft m pearl
. carried her confir-
n ation Bible ivil la! bouquet
f whil roses and ai
Vlai nor was Marjorie Car-
bride, and
were Mrs. Hillard
:>!.. Mrs Jerome Wittels .the
'groom'- sisters and Mrs. Martin
Oren.
Joe! Cone", was his brother's best
man, and R maid Don, Dr. Hillard
Halpryn and Jerome Wittels serv-
id as ushers
The new Mrs. Cohen graduated
from Miami Beach High, and at-
tended the Universities of
and Miami. Her husband gradu-
ated from The Cita el and served
as an officer in the U. S Army He
i si ntly connecte I w ith the Mi-
ami Beach Associated Hotels,
The young couple will reside in
Miami Beach, after a Jai
honeymoon.
K.i hit
MRS. ALAN
Annual Award Shied
The annual Aaron >tein
Award, as v.< II cei es of
merit and .....
to out "
\ci ci < \ n i
i a Sunday ng, 11 a.m. Gii I
Plans for the wedding of Josh from the young group I
Sirkin and Miss Grace Carolyn also be distril ind the PTA
Durner, scheduled for June 15,1 will sponsor a treat for all the ch*
have been indefinitely postponed.
Wedding Plans Postponed
drcn following the program.
lie is a memberof Phi Eta Sigm i,
freshman men's honorary. Delta
Theta Mu, College of Arts and Sci-
ence honorary; and Phi Kappa Phi, j the" b'rjd"
MISS ROBERTA SCHWARTZ
sity of Wisconsin for graduate work
or. a teaching-research assistant-
ship.
In Iv
r
highest academic honorary on cam-
Ipus. lie has been on the Deans
List every semester, and was cho-
Pf. Sam Badanes chose a (,n -outstanding junior chemistry
e cotton shirtwaist. Lace- ,_,,, by the Florida section ot
1:1,- nserts and embroidery trim- ,,u.American Chemical Socciety at
i i th the front and back of [h(, University of Miami.
onor of the engaged couple, j
ide-elect's parents are hav-,{
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in- a reception on Sunday. 2 p.m.,
at home.
The couple will he married in
January.
ce She also wore a sm ill
lloral hat. A pink eyelctte
choice of Mrs. Gussie
I I a stiver and blue print
in by Mrs. Anna Cohen.
tl
Mr. Provder was the recipient of
a cash award of $175 for being the
k and white
as the -election
I h Seller.
I blue cotton was worn bj
leyer Forer. Her dress
outstanding senior scholastically at
the University of Miami. He re-
. ceived honorable mention in the
M,, Woodrow Wilson Fellow .-hip Com-
. i tion. and i- graduating magna
. laude,
He will be attending the Univer-
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Friday, fun* 2
Honeymoon Trip
For Olinicks

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Coral Gables
: v.r '" Bar-
bara GardMr. Ma.
in Leo, and
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tended th>-
Hei tsband
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1Kb st. \- '-' -:n *
r. 1 .. trip to Nassau.
Miss Zimmerman
Weds Dr. Efron
M*- Kdna Zimmerman daughter
,: the latt Mr and Mrs Abraham
Z in Merman, was married to Dr
Re iben Efron at noon Sunday May
28 h the Eden
Zvi Tabon I York, and Max
Lipschitz perfori ceremony.
Mrs Joseph 5d idron and Jack
Zimmi heir sister
[l inferd F Z I
a- matr in oi hi 1 ol
Atlanta Ga *as besl foi "he
groom
Jlege
o: the itj of Sew York
secret in Beth Ja-
cob
Di Efron, -or. of the late Mr. and
Mrs Abraham Efron hold- an LLIi
from the Atlanta law school, a Mas-
ter 1 degree in comparative law
from George Washington Universi-
ty and a doctorate in political sci-
ence from the University of Vienna.
He is currently engaged in the
practice of law in Washington. DC,
and after a honeymoon in Nassau,
the couple will reside there.
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MIS.
LEONARD K. OVNKK
JNF Council
Holds Reception
last 1 t the
tel
Dr. 1 .- :
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, pres-
ident of ihe JNF Council here *nd
spiritual leader cf Tempi* Men-
orah, declared that "we mus
conquer the desert lest the desert
conquer us," and described his
eyewitness experiences in Israel
on the occasion of hu iasf trip
there.
Dr. Zev Kogan, director ol
JBF Council, discussed the need
"for continued support of the
lamation program." He said
that despite 60 years : JXF
r, two-thirds I Isra I sull r
mains desert 1 -
Di Alvin Colin E La
:. sente I a
Kagan
[fered a group I V
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MISS PHYLLIS HEKSHKOWni
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For Bride-Elect
Mr and Mrs. Sam Hershkouitz.
7734 Abbott ave Miami Beach, an-
nounces the engagement of their
daughter. Phyllis, to Jack Grai
son of Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Go] I-
stein, 1550 Drexel ave Miami
Beach.
The bride-to-be is currently work-
ing in the office of Dr. Jack R La-
zar. and her fiance, formerly 01
New York City, U associated with
Equitable Life Assurance Co., in
Coral Gables.
The young couple are planning
a late summer wedding
Rabbi Gross on Television
"Still Small Voice, television
program p by the Rabbin-
ical Assn. of Greater Miami, will
be hosted by Rabbi Alexander
Gross of the Hebrew Academy, on
Sunday, Id a.m.. over WCKT eh 7.
Emcnu-EI Sets
Baccalaureate
Temple EmanuE! will hold ts
annual baccalaureate service ledi
cated to the graduating class
Miami Beach S-
on Saturday mor | am
service.
Dr. Irving Lehrman wi 1
the graduates, and Irwn Katz
principal of Miami Beach
will extend greetings
Graduates participating in
service will he Jack F
iel Hutr.er. Rita K:
Rosalind Lehrman.


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]une 2. 1961
^Jfcnist fkrffdfisnn
Vcqe 11-B
^
Beach Residents Going to Polls
'More than 25.000 Miami Beach
.....ble to to' the
Us to elect foui n u
city co n<.: Al o n th<
.il! 0! \-
and retin
tain city i mpli j o-.
Niii. .....t< an
seats to be filii T i ij \ I
ill : ; n :: >m : .. i
111 7 p.m.
Plii eiving th
>' hi st vol .'.-.. .....
fourth plat .;
year l

Holdover cei'iicilmen are Mayor
D. Lee Powell, Marcie Lih~rman
and (vtelvin J. Ricw,ard. Ha
?. Spaet, now a Wjtro Commis-
sioner, did net i retsefton.
Spsking ree'e-tic;-! are incum-
bents Kenneth Ok.i. Bcrn.ird
Frank an:! Wolf Cohen.
IV e candidates
Opening June 29lh
first try,for cf* council. Th >y
..
tice of tl Peace; Leo Eisenstein,
hi. insurance i
ird Wii dr. attorney;
| >':!( .. attor "v
..-.. ... nta
live his third attempt
I
fit .. til voting. 1
head f th L! 59 i act ii dii d
1'iv rli ct 01
KES
inters of Women's American CRT in Southeast Floi
ed their new c:i;c oi in the Dupont Plaza hotel. Left tc riohl k row
Lames William Fishman
r; Gerald Freed, North Dcde B Moskin Cora
.".- Southwest; Do-. -
Hollywood; Louis B Bay;
.v ^re Mesdi "-"- South M
ph Wilkes, region -:
tei Miami chapter.
' '
lashing their best victory smiles in anticipation oi the June 6
lion are Mrs. Malvin Enqlander, who served as Miami
ten campaign director for "President Kennecy last Novem-
ber; rill Mechanic, past president of Ccncrecctxr. Beth Jacob;
!ge Enqlander, candidate for Miami Beach City Council:
. Scm Gold, Southgate apt. civic leace
Bowling Tropi
To be Awarded
Members Sinai ]
"- Lea .
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Eastern Shipping
Changes Hands
Eastern Shipping Corporation's
new name :s Eastern Steamship
Corp., folowing acquisition of con-
trolling interesl bj w. R. Lovett of
Jacksonville, I
Eastern Steamship Corporation
i-- general agent for the cruise ships
ss Evangeline ss Yarmouth. SS
Bahama Star, and SS Ariadne. L) V-
ett. a native Floriciian. has 30 y< .
exnerience in the shipping busi-
ness.
He has stated that the cruise
will continue to serve the Port of
Miami as in the past with no change
of policy. Former owners of the
ships a ere McCormick Shipping
Ccrpora'icr of Panama.
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PIKE'NEW HAMPSHIRE
.
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Home of the Famous
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Englander Urges
{Special Division
_e Malvm Englander- cam-
I :. r Miami Beach City Coun-
i ill Of climaxed by a party in
n< r at 6 p.m.. Sunday in Still-
-r Par.-;, campaign co-managers
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin an-
i c ed
ther rally will be held at 9
i Sunday, a: the Moulin Rouge
ring the week. Judge Englan-
reksed his drive for establish-
' t of a special events depart-
i He said "The myth of the
In Road Mall has been shat-
Business on the Mall has de-
- -erne 20 percent, and Lin-
i rd. vacancies are Increas
..ije Englander also repeated
'" I medce "to introduce and vote
ti a ce-ifitct-of-interest ordi-
;nce. There is a growing con-
:*-n about tre reputation of our
-. government. Never agam
'-sold a councilman have to
f;-ch his soul end conscience
before voting on a matter affect-
"3 himself, a client or a cus-
:~;er.
h councilman must he re-
. to declare any conflict ot
pr.er to voting on or ever,
-sir.g inch a matter." the Jus-
1 (i of the Peace declared
Ding :he Englander campaign
ret during the week were rach
1 leaders as Aaron and Myra
' r. Murray Sheldon. Allen Gold-
Bill Mechanic. Irving Firtel,
' r> Genet. Sam Gyson and scores
.ers.
dge Englander is a past presi-
1 I of the Miami Beach Zionists
( of the Junior Chamber of Com-
e A past master of his Ma-
Lodge, a current officer of the
- he was twice elected as Dem-
' t:c Executive Committeeman
'a Dade county.
Judge Englander is former chair-
Harvar* iisc'i Officers
... S ool -.--" -
Fli r.... ...... has
lected i 1 tficei
he year ".". .
President, Seal \\- ll<
executive ... presi ent Dwsg I
Sullivan; it..-.:.. William H.
M, ro\ surer. Frank A.
Howard, r i [ Miami. 1
pal speaker al th annual meeting
as Prcl. Derel I th Har
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-- amians Who Are Specialists in
-;- art of relaxation; .
ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS
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Speech Contest
Winners Stated
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n Park.r
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th< evenl *er. Ik
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lumbia Fed-
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S \. kingnbery, vic
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Loan Ass en Pli
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nut Grovf Y ;.
Cha rmi contest commit
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of Pa^t who had x*c af.
sistanct of mi members of
the [-A:< were
H5 contestants each of whom re-
eived s 6 ^arm inscrih I I
commem; r..u their participation
in t!:is ev I ,
Ken Kmard. d Citizens Fed.
is the carrei ent of the Fl r
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Sophisticated social events Nightly entertainment and
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Has Dinner Party
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.! Caaanwea
r at* tke I haed ac-
--.-.-. : I ter i e of
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a:r expected u attend.
BRants anti DC award*
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ty e nightclub i
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Names Manager
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'> 2, 1961
Jacobs Family Welcomes Guests
For toe 25th rammer, .Miami's
hostellers, the Jacob' Family, will
he host to guests- at the Lake Tarle
Urn Club, Pike, Nil.. be^innine
June 18.
With Walter and Al Jacob- at
the helm, the White Mountain- re-
sort again will be th. vacation ren-
dezvous of many local people
Among the Lake Tarleton dub'.
facilities are r, y r,bllill '
weather tennis and ^
newly-decorated ]-:. ole Lounge
The reports thre< .... have
stocked by the stati Lsbing com-
mission, with ar. : ,i;),piy of
oickere! and bass
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toefiBi
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program .. be used five
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a a
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As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or 3as Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, rVtijirnj \t Fia., one mpnth.in, advance. : include the-name--
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of me ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
fc the occasion.
5
Marc arva Roy Olesky
Marc and Roy, twin sons of Mr.
ilrs. Henry Olesky, 1331 99th
.<, Harbor Islands, will be
i : Saturday morning,
:;, at Temple Beth Sholom.
[.Kin Kronish will officiate.
boys a i students in the
lation class of 5713.
i
S'e/e.i Cohen
M p will Eicia'te
Bar "i Stei son
an '. Mrs. Harvey C ihen,
it ., rning .- rvices,
en is a s [rade stu lent
r High
i ':, Temple's
s for
th( 'i
ii] in his h mor.
* ?
Rc5r! Nathan
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
Bar Mitzvah ot Robert, son
i" and Mrs David A. Nathan,
i lay ning, June 3, at
Emanu-El.
Robi rl is i ..'nth grade student
Nautilus Junior High and at-
Liu TetttJIe's religious school.
E. William Katz
urdar morning services, June
i tnfik }u lea will include the
Evah*t>f*E William, son of
ul Mr- roseph Katz. with
Itabbi Morris A. Skop officiating.
Th< Bar Mittvah has been a
Member of the Hebrew and Sun-
chool for two years. He is an
: grade Btudant at Shenan-
Junior High and belongs to
hi
Marc and tfoy O'.esky
Sir Leslie Munro will be guest
speaker at the annual dinner meet-
I ng of the Greater Miami Districts
l ot the Zionist Organization of
, America on Sunday evening. June
ll.-at the DeuuVille hotel.
Sir Leslie's address will high-
light the dinner, which is also
scheduled to inaugurate the Morti-
mer May Dormitory to hi." built by
:he Southeast ZOA region at the
Kfar Silver Agricultural Training
School in Ashkelon, Israel.
Sir Lesi'e is a pat president of
the United Nat'ons General. As-
sembly and presently New Zea-
land Ambassador to the United
States. Ho has also served at
permanent representative of New
Zealand io ihe UN tor the past
ten years.
Sir I., si :. '. d news
. analyst the
|)Oi : i
.
i yer.r me the
r, :
mefl U. S.
On thn I >, Sir
Leslie ser
SIR lESlff AtL'.VRO
Federation Pres. to Speak at Yehudah
Moshe Congregation Otflcer installation
Sam J. Heiman, president of the
Greater Miami Jew sh Federation,
will be guest speaker at installa-
tion ceremonies Sunday evening at
i Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Dr.
Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-
El, will also participate in the
program.
Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz will in-
stall Henry Gilbert, president, fol-
lowing several years of service
, as a board member; Robert Lipof,
Maurice Silvorschein and Jerry
Ashman, vice presidents. Lester
Levine, treasurer; Jack August.
chairman of the board: and Mar-
mple's Boy Scout Troop 64.
Ii parents, formerly of Harris- ^
nru. Pa., v the Oneg Shab-
rJ kiddusfi in honor ot the E. William Kali Elean**lt*berget
n.
*
Elearo- Weinberger
v evening services. June 2.
i pie Zion will include the
"iitzvah of Eleanor, daughter
and Mrs. Frank Wcin-

.or is a seventh grade honor
..! West Miami Junior
and pi i- in the school or-
Sh hi the seventh
i championship basketball and
I team- a;:'! will continue
1 i Temple's confir-
t> class
ill host the Om -
in .^or.
Jarrt Selevan
:.- Jan.es Robert,
Dr. and Mrs. Sol Selevan,
celebrate i during ervices
pie Emanu-El on Saturday
. June 1, with Dr. Irving
. officiating.
eg is a seventh grade stu-
Nailtl I Junior High and
the rule's religious
Mar* eiden
mi' Ices June
- u .. Wes iwish Cejiter will
I e E i Mitzvah ol Mark
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
th Rabbi Maurice Klein
I i '
a seventh grade stud ni
. Ridgi Junior High and
Beth Kodesh religious
Hi- parents will host the 0
.1 i. A reception
honor will fallow services,
* *
Jeffrey Rlchman
; Ii Zion will be the site of
James Selevan Murk Seiden
the Bar ?. tzvi Jeffrey, son of
Mr. and ird Rm hman,
on Si lurdaj lune 3, wi,h
. ; | an offii tating,
Jeffrey is a [rade stu-
dent at South imi Junior High
an(j Win conti in the Temple's
confirms n is3.
His p.,rent, I t&e kl(|-
rlush in his '*'in sorv"
ices.
* *
Paula Braverman
Paula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar >n. will be Bas
ning ser-
vices, .in-. :. at Sation
Yehudah Mos ibbl Shel-
don 11. Steinmetz offici
The Bas Mitzvah will deliver a
sermonette based on Woman ol
Valor."
Paula has attended Popiel relig-
ious school for six years ai d is also
a student at No i Miami Junior
The Braverman family will host
the kiddu honor following
services.
Eisenstein Winds
Up Campaign
\: ami Beach < nincilmanic can-
didate Leo Eisens week re-
ported "( progress" in
his campaign, especially among
apartment hi iers.
"There is a definite awakening
among thi
to th< fact lal only a forceful
Miami Beach Tourist Auth
which 1 am proposing can giv<
them the year-roun isperity
they are i titled to as business-
men.
"Men and women who have in-
vested '"". Miami Beach should
be assured a bright future. They
can resize this assurance if the
promotion o* Miami Beach is
placed in the hands of an ex-
perienced, hi'.h-powered profes-
sional boc'y, armed with ample
funds, to seil our eiry to the 150
million people of America who
have never been here.
Up to have been
guilty a" 0ll!" -~ :'-
.1:10 "i n-Ki'T cit.u-i.n.
advertising and promotion in the
lenselj p ated ai i is ol th
East :"l'-v
And this educed the re-
suits vvi n< ed.
h 'we cai nd ice i:i-' two per-
cent-'"oi .....000 in other
areai, '-1'-' _:- .vest, a d th northern tier of
states, t'> spend their vacations in
Miami Beach we can assure |
perity to all Miami Beach, re
cella Epstein, recording secretary.
Members of the board are Mrs.
lack August, Stanley L. Cohen. Dr.
W. K. Boros. Michael Levine, Da-
vid Dogoloff, Mr. and Mrs. A. J
Brown. Dr. Harold Book. Joseph
W. Solomon, Dr. Abraham Perns-
ler. Herbert Comm. Meyer Klotz.
Mort Jacobs, and Jack Thaw
Honorary members of the board
are Julius Cooper. Annie Popiel.
Fannie Frommer, Sarah Zacharia.
j Isidor Michael. Joseph Rosenfeld.
Peter Mintz, Ben Miller. Harry
Bernstein, and Frieda Blank.
President Gilbert has been
active in the civic, cultural and
religious life of the community
since h's arrival in Miami in
1950. He served with the Great-
er Miami Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign cabinet in 1957,
was chairman or he North Mi-
ami CJX campa:-?n in 195S, as-
sumed major roles in the busi-
ness and professions division in
1959 and 1960, a-d in 1961 was
co-chairman of the CJA Insur-
ance Division.
en "Man of th-- Year" re-
by the Gulf Life Insurance
Gilbert was i I for at-
j life memb< i ship to th<
Table.
;, is a gi lua I the Univer-
sity of North Carolina, and belongs
to the Ma nd r-
.' riters' Assn.
A daughter, Elayne 20. is a
junior it 1 M ami,
and son Jordan. : I nds Grat-
Kleiner.: .:y School.
Gilbert, his wife, Sarah, and
their family live at 12670 NE Mi-
ami pi.
H( iman i; well known for his
ithropic work in a national
In i. Iditiot to hi-
I,-, sj of I ish I
is a tl"
ish Hoi
ber of the board oi Mt. Sinai :i-
Security Council, and was a dele-
gate to the seventh, eighth, tenth
and eleventh sessions of the G :i-
eral A seni!l>. AI the tenth se
sion, he was el icte I chairman ol
Pie Assembly's first political < i*
mittee, and at the eleventh was
named president.
Sir Leslie was a member of the
Council of Aucklan I t liversity Col-
lege, of the Senate of the Univer-
sity of New Zealand, and of the
Auckland Grammar School Boarl.
Following his' appointmenl us Am-
bassador here, Queen Elizabeth II
conferred on him the Knight
Comman Roj al Viet' nan
Order.
Sir 1.- rar; '
of Doctor oi
Col lie H ird. Michigan a
Jack D. Gcr;?n and Lou;s B.
Rudnick ire z 3 -:- of the an-
nual ZOA dinner <.-' here on
J'nc- ii. The dinner wl!l a:so sea
t.i': preser.ta on cf *i;o first Kfar
Silver Award ot rl e Greater Mi-
ami Dislr-cts to Mr, .'na Mr*.
Ra .-.ior.il Rub;n, w.-ose 52nd wei-
ai-'.y anniversary is dee to be cel-
ebrate J at the same time.
Dr. Irving Lehn
ieail- r ol T m| Emanu El, will
make the awai to th< Rubins.
Honorary chairmen of the al
are Charles Charcowsky, Harry
Sirkin and Judge Harold Spaet.
.Vice chairmen include:
Joseph Alter. M. A. Baskin,
Shepard Broad. Wolfie Cohen,
Judge Mai Englar.der. Ezra Fine-
. gold. Jacob C. Fishman. Jacob
Harrison. Sam Lachman. Oscar Lel-
chuk, J. David Liebman. Charles
Martel. Joseph Mechlow. Louis
Merwitzer, Emil Morton. Jack S.
Popick, Sam Reinhard. Irving
Schatzman. Al Sherman. Morris
Simon and Herman Weintraub.
..yvx' i
HtNRY GILBERT
, ppartmenl owners, busi
. ai 'i hi men alike."
Eisensteia reminded voters to:
-_-a.-t their ballots on Jv.r.v (i. There
will be n i runoff.
CAM? SKY-TOP
in The B '
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Friday, Jung J ":-i
Justice ThornaS Eyes Employment Issues;
Vocational Service Install Officers
In an addn ss delivered al the
third annual dinner of the Je\
Vocational Service, Just ee amp-
bell Thorna.1, Supreme Court, S1
of Florida, outlined major areas
be utilized by public and private
agencies in combating the chronic
unemployment of handicapped per-
sons "especially in times such as
now. when overall unemployment
is at a critical level in the Greater
Miami area."
Speaking before the JVS meeting
in Miami Springs Villas. Justice
Thornal emphasized that there are
two basic assumptions underlying
the formation of special job place-
ment programs for the handicap-
ped He pointed out that, first,
"every member of a democratic |
society has an inherent right to the
opportunity to earn a living and to
make his contribution to society
Second, society has an obligation
through its public an.i private or-
ganizations, such as the Jewish Vo-
cational Service, to equalize as best
it can. by special services to the
Cancer Institute's
New Director
Dr. Papanicolaou
Dr. George N. Papanicolaou.
known the world over as Dr.
Pap." has accepted the (
ship of the Can-
cer Institute at
Miami. Leo Ack-
erman. president,
and James Al-
bert, vice presi-
dent and chair-
man of the Insti-
tute's building
committee, an-
nou.nc ed this
week.
Dr. Papanico- 0r. poponicolooo
laou. who has
been supervising completion of the
Institute's research department.
will assume his duties as director
about Oct. 1. It is expected -hat the
new research facilities and labora-
tory and cytology training school
facilities will be complete! at
time also, according to arenitecM
Stewart Skinner Associates and
Henry J Nelson, engineer.
Anticipated extensive grants
will be made by the American
Cancer Society for research un-
der Dr. Papanicolaou. who is ex-
pected to bring with him the
world's top cancer research per-
sonalities.
disabled persons tunitj
0 earn ''' PPr"
unit) P ssessed "" dls"
members of m
Justice Thornal listed several
easons I >r chrome unemployment.
and the one stressed most was dis-
crimination against the disabled
md the aged. "It is an unfortunate
ruism," he said, "that when un-
employment is at Us peak, the aged
md the disabled are the first to lose
: heir jobs. On the other Slue of the
.oin, they are the last to be hired
,vhen employment is on ihe rise.
This, the Justice staled, "is a
poor economical method of doing
1 usiness. The problems of disabil-
ity m chronic disease and aging
'have a significant relationship to
community welt a re.
"Chronic unemployment of the
disabled and the aged results in
the form of a decrease In their
tax payments, reduced purchas-
ing power, and generally lower-
ed social tona. Unproductiveness
results in a loss of wealth and in-
come for the individual and
makes it necessary for the com-
munity to help support him and
his family."
Orovitz Named Vice Chairman
Of United Fund Individual Gifts Unit
A1AX OROVITZ
Dr. Papanicolaou. bright-eyed 78-
year-young Cornell University med-
ical school scientist, is the interna-
tionally renowned discoverer of the
smear test for detection of uterine
cancer. The vaginal test Is univer-
sally known as the "Pap test.""
Herman A. Binder, chairman of
the education committee of the In-
stitute, said that "we expect to
make the Cancer Institute of Mi-
ami a world Mecca for cancer re-
search."'
Arthur S. Rosiehan. Federation
executive director, installed the
following as officers: President,
Clemen J. Ehrlich; honoiar> inc-
ident. Sam J. Heiman; vice presi-
lents Barney Bernstein. David M
Bloomberg, Mrs. Charles P. Fein
berg and Marshall S. Harris; treas-
urer. Charles Heruoff; and secre-
tary, Mrs. Sam Stark.
Board ot directors installed tor
i three-year term were David M
(loomberg, Herbert Blumberg.
Mr.-. Jack Chernau. Sidney Efron-
ion Dr David Gateman. Eugene
Heiman. Morris Hoftman, Maurice
Hvnian. Manuel Lubel. Mrs
iam Stark. Murray Turetsky, and
Albert Quadovv
! Sam Luby, |r acting chairman
>f the awards committee, present-
id plaques for "'- Serv"
.ce" to Saul : I : ,1"' if. Ace Let-
er Service; Ezra MUlstejn, Caryl
Richards, inc and t i Har Id, Irv-
ing and Jack Rubin. All-Miami
Press
ues were also presented to
he following employers "for
ice in pr
*ng jobs or in helping I i find jobs
be hand:
Durward Harreil. Jordan Marsh
Co ; Paul Clifford. Food Fair
s; Harold G -- > Jackson's-
Byrons; and Belvin Friedson, Mi-
ami Barber College
Beachite Wins
New Awards
Still another honor has beei
ulded to the long list of awards
arned bv Richard 'Dick: Kirsh
>erg. son of Mr. and Mrs aliltoc
[virshberg. ot Miami Beach
;,,. campaign t. -aise .tor
40 affiliated IT agenc --. M
Announced b> Edw. *-\
jr., general cam:- an-
' orovitz will serve s ^cc^]
man of the Indii '^Z\
sion which is concerned wi the
solicitation of sifts f $M0 otmow
from individual contributor*.
The attorney.banker.industri.lit
h received many awa'ds for h.
civ:c endeavor*. In l he was
cited by the Nationa CM*m
of Chrlrtlane and Jews, in m*.
he was presented *n "***
merit from Ihe Amer.ca.-.Israel
Chamber of Cerrnwree. Ml* **
ami Beach Taxpa**'* Assn.
awa-ded h,m an O.-s'anding
Citizen's olaqoe in Hi*, and m
I960 he was reeOflitiied a "'-
standing Civic L*aa*r of the
Year."
Program chairman tor the dinner
was Mrs. Gerald P. Solw Mem-
bers ot ber committee were Mrs
Eugene Heiman and Mrs Sam
Stark
Lloyd L Buskin stepped down
from the president's post which he
occupied --.nee the agency became
an independent organization in Oc-
tober. 1958.
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VA

He was selected recentlj as ont
f the two United State.- students
vho will participate In debates
igainst students at universities ii
Great Britain The other stu
is Joseph Coole, of the I'niversitv
if Alabama
The debates will be he'd during
February and March. 1962 and
are sponsored by the institue 0!
international Educati
Kirshberg. a senior at North-
western University, was recom-
mended by the faculty there
on the basis of academic achieve-
and participation in campus ac-
tivities. Topics will include cur-
rent international events philos-
ophy and humor.
Richard mas n stu-
lent, lead bates
a Miami ;'
Mien he was lfi Jon Ser
jui. b th juniors i on
i'a ards th
-
:- Speech Assti
nent an I Stud
it sburg. Miss
lie w as als
.......
National Forensic Lt .
member of St n
ithers
Acceptinj
ship at Ni i hwesl
i'.am Welsh, j: Salina, Kan
he first fresl m win th; Xa
tional Collegiate Debate
pionship at Wesi Poini
went on to repeat the ictorj l
following year
In 1960, he was elected to
presidency of the Student Bod>,
and was appointed by J. Roscoe
Miller, president of NU, to the
Council on Undergraduate Life.
The same year he celebrated his
21st birthday and shared the huge
cake sect by his parents with h;s
Plu F.psilon Pi brothers
Another gut from the Eurshbergs
to Dick is a tour of Europe this
summer alter graduation In June,
and in the fail Harvard law
school.
He has served as i Urector of the
immunity Chest, forerunner of
... ( nited Fund, and Helped found
he CF for which ha served a
'--.dent and is currently a direc-
'..,- and life member He has also
i ;- president >f Mt. Sinai
mber. Dade C wrdlnat.
ng Commission; member. Metro-
,rter B ard; director.
mmissi n; president, Tem-
nie Israel of Miami; md pi ssident,
,: ner Miami Jewish F (deration.
orovitz is presently president of
Ufred Destin C
the Board .
tries; treasurer ind
af*J development C .,
Rusoro Corp.; chaii
ooard of Mt. Sinai i'.
member of the Da le -;,.
velopmen* Commission.
Harper's Report
Puts Spotlight
On Arab Bigot
By Special Rscort
NEW YORKOl
ced millions .
lews are mortal
ouched off riots
iverthrow of Midd istern ; .
.rnments. inspired -
fineries and pipelines luring -
1956 Suez affair, i riven Mm in-
new heights of frenzu
against the French in aIg ha, asd
convinced a multitude thai
Baghdad Pact is an rable in-
strument of Western imperij.
William S. Ellis, an American
journalist living in Lebanon, revatu
in the June issue of Harper's Maga-
zine the untold story of Mimed
Said, the young general manager
>f the Voice of the Arabs,
powerful propaganda outlet if ;
United Arab Republic
MMfAJW :.MdiZ
"As the leading voice n -j: i
in an area where radio is fr !
ing influence on more than f -<
million persons, the maiorit> a:
whom are illiterate or sem.-
erate, Ahmed Said is in an incsc
parable position to moid HlM "j
anc1 actions favorable to the oc
cies of Nasser," writes 5 I
in addition to j fifteen-mi
"commentary" on the :
ports Bills. Said produ in
noon program called "Truths I
L es An announcer will
I for instance, a new -paper
| ivoi tide to !-: I
another one of Nasser's rivals
the Arab world.
That, ot course
Ahmed Said then i
late the -Truth
masterfully timed. -
is heard by n l
seeking a stimulanl l
;:.....ng
Using vituperai
5 and ravii -
! manner. Said is .
lis ners to a
From
*c
"One ol Ihe Notion's'
Oldest and La-ges*'
a0ade Federal
JaVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI
JOSEPH M. UPTON, President

5 Conve.n.ett Offices Serve Dade County
I r,*.*.-rv* FXi-vEI) 165 MILLION D-.LLA^S
Wieder Raps
Dodge Port
In a letter sent this week to
property owners on Hibiscus, Star
and Palm Islands. Bernard Wieder.
candidate for the Miami Beach
City Council, said that "I am ve-
hemently opposed to the
of the Dodge Island Seaport, which
is the greatest boondoggling pro-
jeel of all times." He "-u_
it be ""converted into a super rec-
reation area to serve the whole
community."
Wieder is running for a teal on
the city council fune 6
election.
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Miami, lorlila,
26th da i "I May. 1961.
E I : VTHERMAN, Cl< rk.
lit rt. I viii- .iiic \. Florida
neali i HELEN KESSLBR
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Temple Menorah will graduate ten students
from its weekday Hebrew school on Saturday
orninc. Nathaniel Glickman, chairmen ci
\-.e religious school board, will present the
diplomas. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual
eccer of the congregation, will give :r.e
charge to Graduates, who include lep row (left
to right) Donna Englander, Diane Zimmerman,
Jerald Carmel, David Rosenfeld, teacher, and
Skippy Turchen. Bottom row (left to right;
are Robin Kendel. Gienn Shumcn, Mark
Frankel, and Joncthan Tcnnen. Not shown
but graduating ere Frcnk Kiein and Charles
Braverman.
Pepper Specks To Graduates
Former U.S. Sen. Claude Pep-
per delivered the keynote address
t( th graduating class of the Lear
1 Wednesday evening. Com-
ir.ccment exercises were held in
the school's auditorium at 1011
i si ave.
Sen. Pepper's talk was on the
subject "New Frontiers." Deliv-
ering the saluatory address was
Betty Breitler, and the valedictory
address was made by Larry Siegal.
Reading of the scriptures was b>
Fllen Rosenfeld. while Michael
IWaxman he th< assemblage in the
salute to the flag. Soloists on the
program were Marsha Mack. Mar- I
[ ha Van Camp. Estelle Pesso. ai
Terri Sue Rosen.
Mrs. Ida Lear, director of the j
I -chool. presented diplomas to the
following high school student?:
Ronald Achtzehr.. Betty Breitler. i
Harry Epstein, Joan Fineburg. \
Laurie Fuchs, Janne Hirsch. San-
dra Hyman, Ariene Kane, Mollie
Kaplan. Jay Levine, Marsha Mack.
Estelle Pesso, Terri Rosen, Elaine
Schwartz, Stanley Shaffran. Law-1
rence Siegal tr.ci Martha Van
Camp.
Ninth grade students who also
j received diplomas from Mrs. Lear
i were Eriar, Breakstone. Larry Bur-
! ton. Michele Friedman. Joseph
Glassberg. Ror.a Harris. Carol
: Justin. Maria A. Pro. Ellen Rosen-
feld. Michael Wax man and Dennis
NCT.CE LADER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i Til Si : GIVEN '
Hi. !..- pm I-- ti I
bur n. I' I 'tit.
HAR1 N rEL a1 210 6: rd St.,
tends ti register i
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Court I Count) I
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NORM VN KflT
Attorm l
120 Lim '
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Nc 5-i{-87-C
IN RE Estatl
ii RNEL.11 v.- N 'ERW1 SI >E
1 .,- I
NCTXE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE EST 'l E OF SAID DECETi
Y...... .. notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting to be the
la*t will and testament of said dec< -
dent hai beer .-nimittrd to probati In
s:.iii Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar monthB
E Lear is principal of from the dat of tti< first publlcai oi
NCTiCE TO CREDITORS
~HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN -\ C cOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
No. 52797-A
|,
: "IS SEIDERMAN
. and mi Pi:-.- n> Hav-
Inc C me i Demands Against Said
Itl :
V nd ai ii of you, are hereby
tifb required in present any
Ii mands hich yen, or
. thei ol you, may have against th
eetate ol LOUIS SEIDERMAN de-
. of 1 >ade 'I'Hiiiy. Florida,
.. ii. rural.I, County Judges of
i". inty, and file the sami in
. ;i ih. Count) Courthouse
In Dad< i" unty. Florida, within eight
. i mr-nths from the date of the
icatlon hereof. Said claims
en ends to contain thi legal ad-
< the claimant and t'i be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, ot
sami >^ 'i I" bat red
Dated Mn> 15, \ l> 1961.
MARX M. FABER
..- Exi CUtOr of llu Last Will and
Testl m.nt of LOUIS SEIDERMAN
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'Ai.Ki. ,v M VTER8, Attorneys
t 2-9-16-23
A reception tendered by Dr. and
Mrs. Edward G. Lear and Mr. and
Mrs. Richard E. Lear was held on
the school grounds immediately
following the exercises.
Richard
Ol
ituarics
HARRY
584 NK U St.
COOK
81, ol 584 NK Ti St., died May 21. He
hcii- I'O years ayi from NeVi
I ar.d was a retired building con-
tractor. Surviving Is a brother. Ser-
., ware New York with River-
. Ai i lot ,.: Chapi I, Douglas id In
. i loci
GEORGE EMERSON
r 440 NE ay di. ci Ma> 27 H<
i r. 20 yeai b -' ..:. w, a
ei There are
i i Set wlcea wen Maj
.. -r.. Mi '.'- al Chapel
MRS BERTH". KAPHAEL
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She c ....
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MANUEL MARTINEZ
s \ ear old son of Dr. and Mrs. Man-
it I Martlnes, oi 758 N\v ;; st., died
Mi 24 after a long Illness Si rvl<
were Maj 26 under direction .i
i :.. : I me.
ANTON J. SCHNEIDER
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is supervisor of the senior high
school.
LEGAL NOTICE
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CERT'FICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
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Bl TUOR ""Y OF TH E
S-A-rc Cr FLORiDA
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ed under th. nol
..... Stat ";
.-. HOMES, IN'
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Stat. .'-
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the 26th da> I M '
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CIUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5687
LINDA LEE KURDYLl
].. ntiff,
FRANK L KURDTLO,
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NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
To: FP VNK I. KUR1 YLO
:-..- iadr<
N val VI Stat n
v, rfi ik, Virginia
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. .. are t serve a
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HE! VI N

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... tiff
... lasler S-ireel
. f this notlCI to appear in said Court
and show cause, If any yen can, why
h, actli n f said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not stand
,inr, voked.
iRGE T CLARK,
nty Judge
By: LOIS F. PASTORFTEXJ),
(C. J. Seal) Clerk
ROBERT SCt IT KAUFMAN
\:-. n- y
305 Blscayne Ridg.
Miami 32, Pla.
First publication <\ this notici oi
6 da> ol Jam
6 2-!
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NCT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT S HEREB1 /EN I
- ... Iring I
in bUj i d.r th f( titll ns
?L.ONIAL HOMES at 21 South
K: Avenu... H. mestead. Florida.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLCR'DA. IN PROEATE.
Nc 52627-A
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TO Al 'Ns INI
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in
but ness inder the fictitious name of
PIONEER LUMBER ENTERPRISES
at 1160-100th street, Bay Harbor Is-
land, Florida Intends to register said
nami with thi Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I'ailt County, Florida.
Ml iSAM CORP.
By: M. L. Copperman, President
BARRY ZUKERNICK
AttOl in. lor Owner
4L'o Lincoln Road
Mian Bei < h, Horlda
:, 26, 6 2-!'-U
NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5544
JAMES DiSTBKANO,
i lalntlff,
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PHVL1SS .NX DISTEFANI I,
nt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I HYI.i.-S ANN DISTEFANI
_' Mi pli w "".I A> enue
. ster, Massachusi 11
VLISS ANN I'iS'l EFANO
. > notified thai a Bill of
.. nl :' r I ilvorce has bi n filed
. ml you an ilred t.
.... ... four Answer or Plead -
[hi ... i Complaint on the
- eys, ST( iLAR AND
!< .. Jlsl Streel Miami
h l fil>. th.....Iginal
Ing In the office of
. f the i 'Ircult i "ourl ..n or
daj of June, '.:"'.i ir
i : i in. in I., default
i -...ii foi the i
..... .. in the Bill nf i '"in

i- shall be publii heo once
week (oi fi 'i .-..iis, ni'ii weeks
THE JEWISH KLORID1AN
NE VND i iRDERED at Miami.
da) ol May, A D,
EATHERMAN, Clerk.
i .a.!, i 'ouni \. PlorWa
. HELEN KESSLER
ny Clerk
6 2-9-16-21
IN
IN
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B C------OUS NAVE LAW
v, IVEN thai
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THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY,
FLCR.DA IN FROBATE.
Nr 493O0. C
RE: Estate i f
SARA! RM \N
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Nl A K E
APFLICATICN FOR D'STRiBL'TION
AND F'NAL DISCHARGE
NOTICI
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FLOR'DA. IN PROEATE
No. 52825-B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. ditora and All Persons llav-
;.. mands Against Said
.
Y. hereby notified anil requlr-
esenl an> claims and .l.-mands
. I..,.. .iL'.iinst the es-
tate 1 14 LI RIE, deceased late
i .. Ida, t.. the coun-
:.. County, and fii
In thi Coun-
County, i-'i'ii -
. ight 1 ali ndat months
. ii, first 1 ibl cation
. will bi ban
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June 2. 1961 • Jen1st fUridfon Page 11-A Iff Efforts to Save Hungarian Jews Revealed it Jeitinusd on Pge 11-A OJ several meetings with I n and with the latter.'* Dieter Wislieeny. Mr. j r had just identified Eichltting in his bullet-proof dosed dock, as the Gestapo \ ho directed the deportation than 6')0.000 Hungarian tc death camps when Mr. ri iumped up in the audience. Bl the witness and screamed helped the Germans and > >ur own family. .Mine was eath Srilagyi also shouted at the before ha was removed by you told US not to escape.'" as taken from the court r sobbed, "my whole family rminated. Put yourself in ; e." ( assirer, who lost 69 memI his family and relatives. iri his wife and two chil-houted at Eichmann, "Mureast of prey—there are still who were not exterminated SINthat you get yours." c reuc>ger fold the court t, the 3Kl of June 1944, only HE -nonths *fter the Nazi occoptftc-80 p-5.-c*nt of Hungarian Hr< -ere d*.rted. Asked by Hie:.tor Bach if he could k'entify the defendant, the witress sa : d "he remains in my memory in uniform and high b;-tffs', sroufingat nie in the master race tone of voice. Despite that I think this is the same man." H<' said that mass deportations started at the rate of 4.000 a dav on May 15. 1944. and that by July 4. some 600.000 men. women and children had been deported. He told of receiving a clandestine letter saying that 1.400.000 Jews hud already been nuirdered at Auschwitz. Mr. Freudigr told how Eichmann. directing the extermination "!' Hungarian Jews from his field office in Budapest, fought against plans to exchange Hungarian Jews for ransom money from abroad, and how he outwitted Admiral Horthy. More documentary evicencc and personal testimony was piled up by the prosecution spelling out Eichmann's personal implication in the anti-Jewish atrocities in Hungary and Slovakia. Among details of the European holocaust revealed durins the week, it was shown that of Slovakia's 98,000 Jews, nearly 80 percent, or 72.000 perished. Grim records showed that, in 1942 alone. 57.837 Slovakian Jewi.h men, women and children were sent in 57 transports to the Auschwitz factories. One document showed how Eichmann had arranged a special "inspection" of Auschwitz for a Slovakian editor, who was shown "morfel conditions." The purpose of that fraud was to dupe Slovakian bishops who had complained about Nazi atrocities in their region. The editor wrote a report to "prove" to the bishops that all was well at Auschwitz. Eichmann had handled the matter thus after the Foreign Ministry in Berlin had delegated the Slovakian clergymen's complaints against treatment of Jews for his handling. Wislieeny and Hermann Krumey. Eichmans principal assistants,; were tied to Eichmann's direction! of the Jewish annihilation program by Freudiger who told the court how the situation in his country worsened for the Jews as soon as j the Nazis took command. Hungary's community, he said, had' been swelled from 500.000 to 800.000 by the immigration of Jews who fled the Nazis from neighboring groups "competed" in the annihilation of Jews, it was shown tiiat Eichmann was constantly gpading Rumania into more and more antiJewish atrocities, and preventing the emigration of Jews from Rumania. brought to the court by one of the countries. The day after the Nazis | witnesses. Dr. Bedrich Steiner. uchmann Son Defends Father's \ecord of Jewish Slaughter AN IN'GTON —(JTA)— Nicolas Bii n. 25. whose father is on in Jerusalem for the murder HMX 000 Jews in Europe durJt ^econd World War. arrived I:iv.'i i I.I -! weekend, hav%  received a ( nited States visa Hi ; -c in propaganda here on behai his father. In n interview with the WashH>: Post. Exhmann said that HHI • had ived "the Jews I now Living very healthy. very • it ;. maybe. Will they tesH n0 yu can't get this el a Jew." Young Eichmann he hai read that "Jews ave like citizens in Amor 'F.if million Jews did not £ chmann's son said. "Not n ;->o million. This is a figc.i of the sky. My father jr.tiw"ty of every charge. They may charge him only about things like allowing the Jews to go out from Germany. Legally and illegally, he emigrated 100,000 Jews, save them passports— 1939, 1940 and 1941." Martin Bormann. Hitlers deputy, is still alive, young Eichmann I said. "He is not as poor as my father was. Not even the Jews with millions of dollars can get him. Always the same. That one who has nothing is going to be blamed lor everything. One who has everything gets away." U.S. Government sources said that Nicolas E'.ch.nann had been granted a visitor's visa because he has been neither charged nor convicted of any crimes. They noted that he is free to express his individual views on issues affecting Jews took command, he said, leaders of Hungary's Jewish communities were summoned to a meeting with the new German officials empowered to deal with the Jews. Among those officials, he said, were Krumey and Wislieeny. In Rumania, the testimony and documents showed, between 250.000 and 300.000 Jews were murdered. While some native Rumanian In regard to Slovakia, it was shown that one of Eichmann's assistants double-crossed the International Red Cross which had been promised that Jews holding foreign passports would be permitted to emigrate. Instead, it was shown, all these would-be escapees were sent to Auschwitz. Documents showed that Eichmann dealt directly with the Rumanian Government through one I of his aides. SS Major Gustav Richter. often by-passing the Foreign Ministry in Berlin. Richter ; urged the Bucharest Government | to increase its persecutions against Jews, the papers showed orders went to Bucharest directly from Berlin to step up deportation of Jews to the death camps. Dr. Theodore Lowenstein, formerly a member of the Rumanian Zionist Federation, testified to efforts made to rescue some of the Rumanian Jews. For a time, he said, the Rumanian Government cooperated in the rescue efforts because the government was receiving a SO percent tax added to the transportation costs. One document introduced by the prosecution was a letter from Eichmann to the Nazi Foreign Ministry, requesting urgent intervention to prevent a plan to let cape to Palest-"" ^till ether d>cuments show..; '.. cl maan i:—.ening against plans for two transports of Rumanian Jewish adults trying to go to Palestine, and stating that* it was tJ.e policy o. his oft e toi prevent the iStupj .,.. Jev.iah children. %  •*"* Another document dealt with art attempt by the British Mandatory Government to save 5.000 Bulgarian Jewish children by giving them sanctuary in Palestine. This proposal was vetoed by the German Foreign Ministry after intervention by Eichmann's office. Dr. Lowenstein. who told of preNazi atrocities against Rumanian Jews, testified that anti-Jewish excesses were stepped up after the %  advent of Nazism. He told of one pogrom in which Rumanian Iron Guards killed many Jews In that instance, he said, the corpses of 21 Jews slaughtered in an abattoir were sent back to the Jewish community with tags identifying the dead as "kosher meat." Between July and September 1941, he said, 160,000 Bessarabian Jews were murdered. In Jassy alone. Dr. Lowenstein said, mor* than 10,000 Jews were killed in pogroms. Another witness. Mrs. Avraham. Mark, widow of the Chief Rabbi of Czernowitz. told how 70.000 Jews in her city were rounded up, forced into a cordoned area of only two blocks sealed off as a ghetto, then systematically sent to their death in a transynastria camp. Most of the deportees, she said, including her closest relative, died of typhus or starvation. Her aged parents were shot by SS guards because they could not maintain the marching pace of the 1.000 Rumanian Jewish children esJews being sent into, the ghetto. £wHAL X~~l YOUR COUNCILMAN SMMi ;* %  ,h. C0UIW'J'• Eumeipal P"' pi the counW1 9B7 „ the cou-,. camp?'*' ^^^^p*| a feaWV ^ A Man who gets things done! PULL LEVER HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. John V.Hardeman and John V. 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Friday, June 2. 1961 Je*Ut) ncradHan ,...•<---->*%  %  ^ ^,^ • % % % % %  *£ U^,-.v .^:"' : $M' ^hV ..... fiEjSv::--. tj.^ WB ^ fekr 81-Year-Old B'nai B'rith Luminary To be Honored at District 5 Luncheon Page 3-A HYMAN JACOBS Bob Kennedy Lauded for Move Continued from Page 1-A gomery and elsewhere and had railed for "reasonableness and sanity" in racial matters. 'There can be no difference, North or South, about our dedication to principles of law and freedom as the only means of survival. Schultz said. "It is frequently difficult to make such declarations when howling mobs are outside one's door. The responsible press .if Alabama is to be congratulated for its role in this time of turbulence." City to Open 9-Hole Course (ity of Miami will open the first nine holes for play at its new Le It line Golf Course after a dedication ceremony on June 15. "Present plans call for dedication in the morning, and then we will cpen the course to the public." said Jimmy Hilton, city parks and recteation director. The first nine is a 3.151 -yd., par.35 challenge. Construction on the other nine holes is expected to bej!in later in the summer. An 81-year-old Atlantan who habeen Georgia's "Jewish circui rider" for more than 50 years, wil be honored by B'nai B'rith in June Hyman S. Jacobs, volunteei Jewish chaplain at Atlanta's Fed end penitentiary for 50 years — IK seldom missed holding wcekl.v services for Jewish inmates in al that time—will have a B'nai B'ritl youth fellowship established in his name. This will take place at a June 4 luncheon in Miami Beach, highlighting B'nai B'rith's District 5 convention. The district consists of the six coastal states from Maryland to Florida and the District of Columbia. In 1912. Jacobs was invited by the prison warden to hold weekly religious services lor 450 Jewish prisoners. He has since expanded Ins impromptu chaplaincy to include Jewish services at Milledgeville State Hospital and rural Jewish communities that lack rabbis. Dr. William Wexler. of Savannah. B'nai B'rith convention chairman, described Jacobs' civic and communal activities as "a halfcentury of unique personal satisfaction. His friends include the convict and the community leader. This speaks of his good heart and his interest in people." The Hyman S. Jacobs B'nai B'rith Youth Fellowship will help support B'nai B'rith's multiple youth programs in Georgia and throughout the Southeast. These are the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. B'nai B'rith HiUel Foundations, which provide spiritual and cultural programs at 236 college campuses, and the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service. : '' Born in Lithuania in 1880. Jacobs emigrated to the United States as a boy. When he arrived in Atlanta, the first place he visited was the Ahavath Achim Synagogue. Two decades later, he was president of this congregation. In 1901. Jacobs helped establish the Atlanta Jewish Community Center and was its charter %  eretary. Two years later, he joined IttaMklieJ I?M HMM OWM4 Home Qma n tai TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK \ CALL F R M4i r; •rearer Miami's Largest Ixttrmtaatar Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITL€ & Qktract Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies ef Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus I RfMfVW fxceeo* $5,000,000 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING ond 134 N.E. FIRST STREET TELEPHONE FRanklin 34432 '•'nai B'rith and was soon elected 'resident of the Atlanta group. He was instrumental in bringing the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations to the campuses of the University of Georgia and the University of Florida. In 1938, he served as president of B'nai B'rith District 5. In his 40 years with B'nai B'rith, Jacobs has enrolled 5.000 new 1 members. He is married to the former Sadye Saul, of Atlanta. His daughter. Sarah, served as president of the Atlanta chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, which her lather helped i found. Rascal House's Wolfie Cohen (center) accepts a plaque from Harry L. Hoffman (right), president of the Greater Miami chapter of the Florida Restaurant Assn., while Albert Palmer, vice president of the state orqanization, looks on. Cohen, who established the sandwich shop type of operation on Miami Beach, was recognized by the group for "his courcge in introducing revolutionary concepts to the restaurant industry, which have begun a new era in food service for the public." Cohen Talks With Senior Citizens The needs and desires of Miami Beach's aged received the attention (.1 Councilman Wolfie Cohen at his campaign headquarters this week. A committee of Senior Citizens heard the candidate discuss such proposed improvements as a medical clinic lor the South Shore area, ambulance service at minimal rates, and more shaded areas for relaxation. "The City of Miami Beach has always paid close attention to your problems and done everything in its power to contribute to your comfort and welfare," he told tr.em. "It will not stop now." He complimented the group "for bringing its requests to me personally." "Too often I. as well us other city officials, receive deman iing letters that leave me hanging in mid-air while the writer sits back and waits for action." he said. "Bringing your ideas to us so we may sit down and discuss them is the first Step toward accomplishment.'" Cohen is campaigning to succeed himself in next Tuesday's city council election. Dade Heights Bowlers' Fete Dade Heights Jewish Congregation Bowling League will have a hanquet Saturday. 8:30 p.m.. at Michel's restaurant. a .; • ? %  ,.. s.-",. :/ %  % % %  > •• • d •••••••• ,, otfScu/lrta Saving is like taking a glimpse into the future — for with e\ery dollar saved, >ou"re coming closer to dreams fulfilled! ... A new home of your own ... A patio and Florida room ... Your child's education ... A swimming pool ... A new car. or bo.it ... Family security Your dreams become realities with a savings account that's "Growing Places" and Dade Federal helps it along with a generous current dividend rate of 41 per year. So. don't miss the fun of saving. Open your Dade Federal Savings Account today —tomorrow for sure! % PER ANNUM Cvrrnt D ..ccr.d i. %  • Open or add to your Dade Federal Savings Account by Monday, June 12 h and earn from the 1 FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS FROM ANY POINT IN THE USA. Dade Federal makes no charge for this service 8vin( account* IM< inauftd up 10 110.000 by an BfMCJ •/ I be federal guvuiuiHMit. Moin Office Flogler at First 'One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" j0ade Federal RAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI f maatMB DOWNTOWN WdrJC-tWO* JOvfPH M UPTON, President 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU North Miami Broach I Toraiomi Branch I Edison (enter Bianth 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. | 1901 S.W. 8th St. | 5800 N.W. 7th Ae. )UR RESOURCES EXCEED 165 MILLION DOLLARS Allapottah Branch 1400 N.W. 36th St


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]une 2. 1961 ^Jfcnist fkrffdfisnn Vcqe 11-B —^ Beach Residents Going to Polls 'More than 25.000 Miami Beach ble to %  to' the %  • Us • to elect foui %  n u city co n<.: Al o n th< .il! 0! • \' %  and retin tain city i mpli j • o-. Niii. t< • an -• %  seats to be filii T i IJ \ I %  ill : ;•• n :: >m : .. i 111 7 p.m. Plii eiving th >' hi st vol .'.-.. fourth plat .; year l %  Holdover cei'iicilmen are Mayor D. Lee Powell, Marcie Lih~rman and (vtelvin J. Ric w, ard. Ha ?. Spaet, now a Wjtro Commissioner, did net i retsefton. Spsking ree'e-tic;-! are incumbents Kenneth Ok.i. Bcrn.ird Frank an: Wolf Cohen. IV e candidates Opening June 29lh first try,for cf* council. Th >y .. tice of tl Peace; Leo Eisenstein, hi. insurance i • %  ird Wii dr. attorney; | >':•!(•• .. attor "v %  .. ... nta live • %  his third attempt I fit .. %  %  til %  voting. • 1 head f th L! 59 i act ii dii d 1'iv rli ct 01 KES inters of Women's American CRT in Southeast Floi ed their new c:i;c Genet. Sam Gyson and scores .ers. dge Englander is a past presi1 I of the Miami Beach Zionists %  ( of the Junior Chamber of Come A past master of his MaLodge, a current officer of the he was twice elected as Dem' t:c Executive Committeeman 'a Dade county. Judge Englander is former chairHarvar* iisc'i Officers ... S ool % %  -.--" Fli r.... ...... has %  lected i 1 %  • tficei he year ".". President, • Seal \\ll< %  • executive ... presi ent Dwsg I Sullivan; it .:.. William H. M, r o\ • • surer. Frank A. Howard, r i [ Miami. 1 pal speaker al th annual meeting as Prcl. Derel • %  • I th Har ,\V '.•.. %  ••jiSv. i^. %  .v......... •• -% %  amians Who Are Specialists in -;ART OF RELAXATION; ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the Finest Northern Resort Speech Contest Winners Stated II %  ird • %  th F chapler< tl An r Savings I %  an st;1 U | Mark Spael • i n Park.r • th< evenl *er. Ik %  •' %  Mrs. Geor tt< lumbia Fed. Loai Assn.; S \. kingnbery, vic lent. Loan Ass en Pli execut:< ,r LCC0 nut Grovf Y ;. Cha rmi contest commit tee was Mrs %  % %  ,: %  of Pa^ t who had x c af sistanct of mi % %  %  members of the [ A: < were H5 contestants each of whom re•eived s 6 %  ^arm inscrih I I commem; r..u their participation in t!:is ev I Ken Kmard. d Citizens Fed. is the carrei ent of the Fl r I Ida Southeastei chapter. M THE INTERESTING PENNDUICH WOUNTAINLANDS ^ ... %  AM.MV.I !'.' mmm^^^m Only 2 Jet Miles from Miami Galen s Limousine Service from Phita. Intl. Airport Go Galen for the truly memorable holir.ry you so richly des


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mm I Pccje 12-B Bowling League Has Dinner Party Mf--^r:: :-* F i: ( r -Granids _< = : %  .• ... hewe i Renac* •.!• Caaanwea r %  at* tke I haed AC--.-.-. : I ter i e of arrar;?-e-r-ens a:r exp e cte d u attend. BRants anti DC award* -: : n : ( : ~ed ty e nightclub i Country Club Names Manager Frar. '' %  %  %  r__~ bi • '.'.'it %  : -• ----. Ycrl .:': %  •"•' %  .: nuc trgasiza IKES S :: .M H .2" -. ~ : leans to parpate a '%  %  a --•_.. si -. r rec-•:: %  :. %  ".• "j KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS £00 Der Ru" • TU 8-4521 41* ••.'.-: CoO-*' Phs. UN 6-o226 UN 6-5278 Sand-Ell Strictly Kosher CATERING 744 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Fla. LOW SUMML? RATES! AMBMC4 S FINEST n**ai' IttflRB VACATION RESORT WHY TRAVEL WHEN YCJ CAN J ENJCf YOURSELF % HERE DAVID ROSNIR • IftiM .DC'" ::-: rt: .%  a STS* ** t*i Km 0***M A-M3" +Jeist>fk>rkfiairi Fridcy, '>• 2, 1961 Jacobs Family Welcomes Guests For toe 25th rammer, .Miami's hostellers, the Jacob' Family, will he host to guestsat the Lake Tarle Urn Club, Pike, Nil .. be^innine June 18. With Walter and Al Jacobat the helm, the White Mountainresort again will be th. vacation rendezvous of many local people Among the Lake Tarleton dub'. facilities are r, y r bllill weather tennis • and ^ newly-decorated ]-:. ole Lounge The reports thre< .... h ave stocked by the stati Lsbing commission, with ar. : i;) piy of oickere! and bass | E toefiBi _.-. %  vearcrt i : ~mute Ask EdcLe rranged '%  ; %  %  "*. Bit* S* program .. be used five a: I ever!. a* %  F. •n mutes u i a %  a JEWISH ACTCR --[ -->' ~ : %  Etboiic fneoc --. %  • lass a Sunda> %  i • %  i I bear tber* %  :•--. el .. %  %  %  ne You %  %  i; r r.. ... r. i 1 _• :..bat .U .-. -? Shai • • HOLLY-WOOD WILL BOH make Tr? Lewis -v;.-. A nen c aa aaaraae ^"r.: --tec ----: :-r :?rki.. A.r F:rce :: teej ram U r-ike :: I so: us* fiii real narr> iri :...€ H Tn* LTiis Le.' S4el BLaac. v;; k : E-:.D—j ." Porky P.£.'" and •::h series of -!s • • SAHL SHAKER "' >ai resunii : -;-. %  the ban :%  %  Bright never see h.m One teen-ager gasped: Thai ^ *' n P, pass* Did bun?' Se< nd een-agei t1 -.-•: N I •• DRUKEM S n %  It set rr. -.. i. stanf :. no! vapor n I" Lacvin TAMPS the product promo".• .rr. e ar. odd one eral Service Studios. u Lanvin's Califonna gx : [ "Mj 5m" was after 5.000 'ir-cent ::f "he ^r.-.c.cpes. Alfrom the perfume the envelopes a r. d :e mucilage ml i g-to-5 that next s a OPfW DAILY from £ f 9 p m "THE ARISTCCSiT 01= KOSHER RESTALGANTS" CATER.SG COR A.. :::ASIONS M*€mL UN 6-6043 FrttFail Under Orthodox V£c -; .aih'uth 940 71st Street RIVIERA m RESTAURANT SMORGASBORD $1.89 All YOU CAN EAT! •.%  %  • :: ; RSDAY, 5 PM to! • SERVING DINNERS FRIDAY NIGHTS & SUNDAYS • Cot< in*N %  • %  -% %  • .: i, 1830 Ponce de Leon. Comer Majorca, Corl GcC'es for Reservotions call HI 8-5441 Closer Jcturr 'n"; CONCERT READINGS irector rorey Mlei pbenc tha: th Tru %  ay Cir is stagins. rea -1 and .' -al :• B< •• rlj HI I -.;. H:lls h tels F rsi .; -A Chassidic Tale," starring Tr~. Wyenn and Her.r> i r ChassidiC if i ^r.cers-.ind it cor-, a branch >f Orthodox Judaism bos b* lief U that •'• %  • :..z I G-d sbcj-d be only with. o> a? expressed by song a r. a Tiie o-.fce.ceaeert reading is gWllill ill en the Miissssipp:. a.s<. itarrkag Tnan Wyer.n. who aiava Sac'-em Akichem when he meets Mark Twain. Kasnlevka ;s i tewa .r. :he ITcaine that AJeackess wrate about • • • BOY MAKES SOY BC Bleeder, isn't pub. .7 -r ^-.^.-5 J---S -eck be-'. zi. < birth :: their Brw —David John. Mn E leaden On ia :."'.•.: ol \:r? ". : a Dayton. 0„ and L-:c:f Varseha NY Joe's home 1 • %  rn is relafor grandf aas r.ecf the : :•: ra 170.10a 5*ST f riV^Iip^ ^FR 9-7996 r^ ABE ^A CEFTERS XI h[ K0SHE* ^T^ ^ROMWELL-"''•:-• • rc %' • HUH ?{•'•• ? CCajCaTmaiAl 0:e "c, 'r "* Ocean-V tw **' !" WW1AL Rrrj. A E\e'y Other Rm O -E PRICE NONE HGHER FaTii'y a Ew'ccraPian Rate? on Re Lan m SaMatx Sl'.tUy Ottenree AND ALL THIS FREE HI • Chane Loi.nfi and lats • T" "V and Radio m Each Room • Free S c ark OQ AdJo.n Motel • Wxner Roast; % %  •:. ts. Gamti • Entertainment Nightly • '•'-"> OX'% %  t.-es • Day Came a Night Pat- • c Sarvieat Oa y • FnH-tinM Va<-s a Sa;t a Suaar F'ee Z eti • N-. £ra ha^ge *0' Steaks. Choos c ;i)".s a Kosher ':os ae S"ic BaCENIRAl AIR CONDITIONING INO CONT PRIVATE BEACH 1 POOL Spa Features 'Wonder Pool" 5| resort on Treas i Fean red a; the Spa is 1 ie r Pool rector Tb< I :. features an elevator ax at various ng i streams of %  : f varying su rer :'-. iraaep -team b:-.k-rs. aj -: -.*:'-. \ahes. anc ::.:irests I a tee •. mr to be uteri :' ^ pound heavier m rr..r.t.-i COttteU lhaa ocean mater Cci. Fraac de> :he Wooier Po terms ol ha ng your I ttery recharge : The -. .. -,r expert I nassa -. away aches and ; cneachng muscles eving rineas and tensions Treasurt K-> fpa facihties also it steam n wns, Finnish Saua ater whirlpool bates gymnasia massages and Swiss baths, and others Lunch tnd Dinner Swiwd Pi"j CANDLELIGHT INN In Th Heart of Coconut Groi Banquet Facilities — Cc:-i I ic.ng' Menry Le-tson. Mo' Miami Hebrew Closing M:arr.i Hebrew Congregation Hebrea and Sueday school closing will take place Sunday. 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Pocja 12-A +Jmistffcr*M3r Friday i^e 2. lgs! Hebrew Academy Dedication Set v. : a .::• ".: ( "7 | %  : TT L %  % %  Sal i • • TSe BJV*M speaker jMw eere— :-ji president s* B'"ai 5 riHi La be Ka*z. who ;* 5;a-ss %  = HM HMMl : o# -# F -Oirtr d of B nai B '.'* rttat •" -; '* %  ****** \ Mr*. Mali Takes Helm Mayor Dan Die:bach %  .•;„„ Beach bert Mats at I A O %  Ihoc KsrrA PTA pr^Liec: lesec'h M~L femptc Emana-C Mrs 5-:^ 3oidsteir 5_s ::.:.r z said Df*> the Fcntdnehleau :erhooc rresice::! : it .. %  Jewish Educators Oppose U.S. Funds for Parochial Schools ATLANTIC CITY"' States S --: aorl I : %  ; : ... : %  : i ".va:e :.pur.v.r i. -. %  %  -. reaaiatooc i-: -2? ptec J: tlM SSta uai aa (act :;' tae N aa t i s and pc ... %  • .-• %  %  %  %  Miomi Hebfw Bock Stortj %  53! *.*s %  ~ ; •% *.£. i £ ? i: — £ i ;3JC — •:-*• =? ; J.I 5-:: •* *•• i .• 1 ; : ; • 5.: : : i. = j : ; M 5 = = a 2-:w£s : 3 rra c ; i : j-s -eci „m*yir>9 ftve JewTV *.<*•!• S-"0*eSS.iOO • &f <- noeee b aaaasal I. Borow^fcy ae*'a; s*-> af ttw Na*ift4i Covci! i a '*oor* to MM confererce Mr 3orcw*Ay staged t*t*t as a r**;it of h C*u>eit s wriatr* a r*'"* c***i!H •* r*arhov < yiiMi 1 *-! of Jew.jh cewca*o<-* has been brov^r existence I -. • %  : :r :: %  ( r .'. %  r r •— E • ': • iI L • B. > IB: Z: tu s • %  .-'-. _--,-. .i R I %  %  .[svocauoa and ber.edict.oc isurer 7-n BirdCrowds Gather To Hear Frank V --. M-J: Eri;^ v.. JB Beraard *. Fraak • • • •.':: %  ; • _%  %  % %  a it ti i %  S** i %  i -.-•;-:: Uiair =?>:'• :•*-< i i-: i %  i-:*z • %  -; -3 • ,. ... )mmm ., Mr.*" ;:-=• s prt cent :• •-; v 3 B:i:r--i14am Atsec • an Fra=J : "J.at R i %  • ; -. 1 • allTo hstali W?w Ottkets :<:•: • 7 %  : 5a:.: %  --.it r 3 (SXAQJ RIUGIOUS STOfi! £5 = =*. IUPPL ES C 5ii;;;.£5 i .£* s-;\-£i RIPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE *r Mi —. larfest A OWest ^' fa^ ^ Itaaaj aaaa i >**e-r. & Umd*, SdMeb. Writ A t#l WAIU OFTS AM MtvHrfS < t a a i| i i eiH. fjj VW17 KHaram 1-76^7 C4ar^ T. Ne TU 5-1689 8 : : : •::• Se*." : •~i %  '• •" r*/*r %  %  Cori Way B<-an<^ Offka HI 4-9849 MEYERS UNVEILING L0U!S M£YERS • • %  it SundoY June 4th. at 11 30 a.m. BERMAN UNVEILING AliLN BOMAN Sdoy Jvfie 4th ot 11 a.m. ; PALMER MEMORIAIN "Miami'i Only Jtwiik Momumtat BuiMtn" Eiclasife Dealer "ROCK OF AGES' FAMILY MEMORIALS Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY. JUNE 4th 1961 Mi. Weoo Cenettry ALLEN BESMAN II cm. JOSEPH R08INSCN, 11 a.m. LOUIS *AEYERS 11 30 on, ABRAHAM HtBSKT, 2 p.m. A ABRAHAM HIRSCh, 2 p.m. Mt. Sirai MaawriuJ Park Cemetery W.OftRIS YESLO./ 2 p.m. PALME R'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones H. 4-0922 f J. v Here, memory is forever enshrined in beauiy v \ \\ %  • JK• %  • in 5 C55;^. fui ncs VSL* JCWISM CiTil %  Jlimt Q/tfa ikum •-"? s.----.H-


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ry. June 2. 1961 +Jmistinoricliain Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM "J tathex be Called a fool all rn\ tiuti lose my conscience for one ""• AKARIA. .'. od digestion depends upon nod conscience, MM VM &f •• • • Real human progress depends t TT; T k nD")Dsn nsoii n^xiftr p? T : T : • v v •••::• pr'pDarj ,nnxn nnstfo plani? ]-inn \?stf3 *>-HK3 I T T T V V nn "?# n^n ant"" 3Dte IV v T : • T T •• : ?n -VPX ^nn nm >trsym HT •jn T \? \>x")n r^y T ; • • T T v : V V .^xnttr-nrin *?$ -an -ml wip: rwKg ^s? hx ixn mnnx 1 ? .o-p-m T T -: T • • • : iria nap T n Tj^p .jtfn nx •inn ir B n nnixa .^H-ife• T T : •• T : • >X")tjT -Din ^X HDiTXD Irirp ,D^3p: an MB, Drn k? a-tfnn cr'pls iryTO Ibn'? ,tf-ipn rnx*? o^xan Torah and Mitzvot Light Way of Traditional Jewry By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN Hebrew Academy Light is defined in the dictionary as that by which we see — a thing that gives light, brightness, clearness. It is also defined as knowledge, information, an aspect by which a thing is viewed. The Bible uses the word iight in both these meanings. It is used in the literal sense as follows: And Cod said let there be light." "And Cod created the two great lights." 'Pure olive oil beaten for the light for an eternal light." In the following Biblical verses, •'I see how li-jht is used metaphorically: 'The light of Cod is the soul of man." "Even if I sit in darkness, God is a light unto me.' \ ir words are a light to my feet." In our religious observances, the use of !:^ht is widespread, In the synagogue, as in the Temple of old. we display the Eternal Light and the candelabra. In the home, the kindling of candles is a basic requirement in :he acceptance of the Sabbath, the Holy Days, and the Three Festivals. Chanuka is the Feast of Lights, and the Chanuka candles are lit for eight consecutive days. This emphasis on lights is quite understandable when we contemplate the passage in Proverbs which says. "The candle is the mitzvah. and the light is the Torah." The kindling of the lights in the synagogue and in the home are constant reminders that the Jew has a twofold mission in life — the performance of Mitzvot and the study of Torah. Imbibing knowledge and doing good deeds are the cornerstones of Jewish living. The portion of the Torah read in the synagogue this week says that Aaron, the high Priest, is to cause the light of the lamp to go up. The rabbis observe that the language used in this instance deviates from the normal manner of expression, which would call for Aaron to "kindle" the lights. They inter from this that the Bible meant to teach us that in kindling the Light of Faith, one must become uplifted by it. 11 must not be a mechanical act without substance or meaning. Jewish living must become an uplifting experience which ennobles the charI acter and enlightens the mind. The Torah and mitzvot are the lights by which one illumines Jewish life. Ser vices J n i s (A/ e e h e n a 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 be returned as proof of their lateness. AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle vr Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 1 ANSHE EMES. Conservative, president. 2533 SW I9tn ave. Maxwell Silberman, TALES OF MORALS RA3BI JONAH CAPLAH ... on light n "f high whi • BETH EVETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Hyman Fein. Fr'ill i.f II : %  h '• %  Sliahlia 1 in ili. 11' hum %  .: • u.in, BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralne ave. Orthodox. RaUbi H. LO-..I& Rottman. • 3ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Titor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Krldi • |-.i Sa rday > a.m. Serin -II Tii. I lumaiie Law.of ihi : BETH KCDESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. KYI.laj v:> p m. Sermon: I..I-: nt the \\<>\ \ Novel b) Andre Sehwi Bart." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The \\*.. k i> 1 "ortlon." BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. SETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or. thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Dedicated Leadership Reflects Dedicated Followers." Installation "i officers anil lirectors of congregation, Men's Club, Sisterhood and 1'T.v Saturday 8:45 1.m. Bar Mltxvah: Jerry, son of Mr. mil Mis. Maury Qoodkln; Robert, son •f Mr. and Mis. Irving Moss. Mlncha tar Mitzvah: Arnold, son of Mr. and \iis Bernard Huffman; Michael, sun •f Mr. ami Mrs. William Wolfe. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. KYiday H:4.'i p.m. Graduation of kindergarten class. Saturdaj '.' a.m. Bar Mltivah: lan, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nadel. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. %  riday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "A Lamp I'nto Mj Feet." Saturday 8:30 a.m. -. iiiiun: "Portion of the W-k." FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday •> p.m. Sermon: "The Realisation of a Dream." Awards to outstanding students. Saturdaj 9 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Roy, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart, HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Matavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Snturda) 9 a.m. Sermon: "Lei Others Vou." Bar Mltsvah: William. xon • %  < Mr. and Mrs. Sldne) Westrlck. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euc:id ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. SHips Sail to Distant Climes ttle of champagne tied with cord was hurled at a giant r 1 "' ated iron body. The bottle and another Israeli ship ben the family of ships that sail flying at the masthead the He'\ hue seven gold-starred flag the Zim company. This is the ft about which Herri dreamed. Ihe side of this flag, the blue Sl t< flag, that of the State of IsJl. was hoisted too. l, old friends met on the ship. last time they had seen each V %  '• tas before the establishment -tate of Israel. In those 1 h of them had brought ilpl immigrants from Europe to shores ot Israel. pdaj they meet again, transportimmigrants to the State I' I, raw materials for Israeli 1 tourist! coming to the id to see the new State of lei 'ublished by Brit Ivrit Olaniit) Apparently this was not originally a universally accepted practice. I We find the Gaonim telling their | disciples not to do this (Hai Gaon, !\atronai Gaon, Moshe Gaon). The Midrash (Lekach Tov speaks of 1 this practice as an accepted custom. Some medieval authorities; explain that the requirement is to 1 look at the Tzitzit in fulfillment of the Biblical command "Ye shall g see them" (Numbers 15:39). From! the Midrash on the Psalcms (as 1 in practice (Tamid 4:1) auoted in Yalkut Shim-oni 823). it tal of the Shema actually expresses appears that there was an accepone's faith in the fundamental prin^£-?~£ i*v-^^ nandshad a holy obligation to perexistence of the Almighty (Deuteronoi sw iath_...j>ad.tioni. ^ n Cantor Jacob Goldfarb fnrm rlnrinff oraver so that a man „omv 6:4-10). OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. lorm ClUTing i" r "*r i „.._ Orthodox RabBi Phineas Wtttrman rayed with all his body and soul. The SCCO nd section expresses our •In, Kabb;:i.-tespecially in the accepta „ce of the responsibility to IOUTHWMT CWJTBit ; t W 8W Mh practices of Isaac Luna, expressed t airv out Qod's commandments j #|n ; great significance for this practice (D f ut ernomy 11:13-22); and the Friday -;:;-; and probablv established our curthjr(i sec Uon expresses our belicl s .,,,, ,, s .., ,„ rent custom of picking up and hoi* m the Doctrine rf Reward and Pun.—^^ ^ me the fringes when we reach tnt is hment (Numbers 1D:37-42) (Lr NE 171 ,^. t Ralbi Jon ah Capian. yer which includes the plea to Menahot 44a This became inrEMP E ^ T -A *— S50 Ni KM-ill r corners crc asingly im[)or:ant as Jewish hisTlu ftatelv and majcr.N'tic Rovol Palm grew alongside a lowly hedge. The proud palm tut looked dou'ti :ini Us graceful \\ lines .i.i.i derided us nfighbor becan il :<....' %  and so L.St |B fll The hedge us that n %  and inad a loivh %  rertheless was more sell •..": eemiM %U n ong un. i nc/iii ..!•:. %  palm. al Palm mi ii -• >l il• id head I i red die • ntions of tinlowly I i One day. a greai hurricane •';. The lou'Iy hedge began to i Ba< \wards and forwards with the wind u weni Many times a even bowed jlat with the K ri """' J^ the angry wind howled about it. The strong, stately, beautiful palm :ree loiildu t bind. It couldn t bou\ it brol^e. MORAL: Strength iv nt always synonymous u'nh stature and .sue. i 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirach Adler. • TEMPLE iSRc '37 I1E 19th t. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Canter Jacob Bornsteln. h rlda) s:13 p.m. TEMPLE JUDt,.. J20 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morru Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. i-riiiav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Still Small Voice." Saturday 10:30 a.m Uar Mltsvah: E. William, son of Mr. and Mrs. JoiH'l'h Kiitz: Mvven, son it Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cohen. — e> TEMPLE MENORAH. 020 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Kriday 6:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m, Sermon: "The Portion "f tho Law." TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Combero. r-.iday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "School, (Synagogue and Home." Graduation .\.nis..< of rellgloUH school, Saturday SMS a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." • TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. hridaj v 13 p.m. Sermon: "Who la Mighty?" baturdaj II a.m. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. t*1 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Ihrlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Spiritual Kxtroveitu and Introverls." On*-g Shabbal hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Leon i:ui.ii.si. iii :n honor "f thele wedding anniversary. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the Law." • TEMPLE ZAMCRM. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. pray ,ll W .-' man. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. ,.', ],i.,-, p n %  -•: ni. M i",."i Shall i ;,:•_, thi Jndjfi •" %  Shabbal Slstel hood Sal B '" ... thi Wicked." YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixia hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. p.m. Sermon: "Some Ri ,...,>.'• i .,. Mltsvah: Paula, graver which nciUdes tnc pica u> \i t n ahot 44a) mis oecame iu_.,_,„ %  — •„-— .„-.„ Friday t r p.n mon some wKSr ££ from the lour corners rcasinslv lmport anl as JewUh his^V-fcriiftK^SJS RS8S :.,, ffi* of the earth." Gathering the tttorv paS sed tnrough periods of perBaum ?a -n. cantor Charles Kodner. _.— .,.,,,,.,, ., ., ,„ Zit and'holding them during the se( : ution and tyI -anny. II is even !" > o< ^; ril !" ..' ISR AEL"-O NE 171S ^ recital of the Shema thus seems to s(ated that thc Shema was recited .,„.,,,.,. ,, Hebrew school. N cVt^.x Ra~bb'i mmrSm stauber. express our belief and hope that in tne ( ] ays 0 i Jacob the Patriarch TEMPLE BET H EL OF HOLLYPri ,i. 1N 6 :1S p.m Saturday 9 a.m Be; ., •L.^M., „ill oiithcr our far,iii;j_„ch AooaHahl wnnD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform ,,,,,, Mecraee '" tiarcla." Class in K mmunity. express our belief and hope that jn tho (1;IVS 0 f j at -ob the Patriarch the Almighty will gather our far, M idrash A ggaciah). flung exiled refugees and bring them together so that we shall gome day all be reunited as one people. What is the origin and significance of the recital of the "Shema" daily? josephus (Antiquities 3:8:4 traces this practice all thc to Mosc-We 'Know that in the days of the temple Uus was alreadj Sepamrc •• : yourself from tht IILLEI ., %  keep thai strays fri -kM. IBN EZRA. &f • .A i %  % '' %  .. >ne. TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — m TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Pi iday \p m Baa Mltsvah: %  i daughter of Mr. and Mrs Maynnrd M.ia'i s. Saturday '• a.m, • Mltsvah: Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs Mar• II • ieilman TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 ChaSf ave. Liberal, hanbi Leon Krinish Cantor Davlo Ccnvlser. • ::, p.m. Satin VIi and lenrj Oh sky. IjJftRONI 'IV I TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 \Vv Friday 6:1S p.m Saturday B a.m. BerM. i


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%  day. June 2. 1961 *VIPR *$#> fhrldllan Page 9-B j : Iding Satui lay, May Beth Da\ Deauville hotel. Dr. IrvPhilip Si i natural-i %  • %  • i a Rab i Leon ored raw silk with an illusion K : >t the 7:30 p.m. neckline. Her cashmere sweater | ceremony, and a reception and was trimmed in the same fabric formal dinner followed as her dre$3. A white m tygashel The bride, Dorothy Enid Don, is linen >h i*h nej lace the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer in^ : the bodice, was the ? on "' 8010 Pine Tree dr., Miami r. loice %  : Mrs [Lena Her accessories were bought o:i a rei enl i : uis t ETH Davi I 8 rhood heii its %  las j 'Algiers airmen oi incheon .-.eie Richard Hei I and Mrs. ch % %  .. %  •' nan. Cornflower a moj ish linen >h %  • h w ch %  : Mrs. Herold. te straw hat was trim • ai • % %  I iwers Mrs, i .zman also wore Line n • ed '• %  i a ite an j I skirt, H coffee-i use %  a il the line l, and ierb as A ihil ;h the Ii. it brown \ Her i nsemble was comith a w tiite straw turban, ed as resi lent was Mrs. ., i ol si For this occaI a white pi .. floral print in colors pink t •-•;> wine Her ivas fi '• %  i he %  skirl aped, .i H hite starche I was appliqued with lace It featured a low nec-iuiue wltii Ai le collar which contoured into a capelettt f fleet. Mrs Max Silver chose a white pi |u s sh which was top] (t liiac flow< rs Mrs Sidnej L %  irl ire a soft yi How ; • iature dai ies en I i Whit ej tiered shei I Beige s th i • b< an. %  • AS most of i ki r Eini lin \ program and weight lucti i lurse for : %  • a; the Lido Spa [n v-ith this, Vorl %  %  '.-. hi! • i l I •::. tak ittle time : i Miss Roberta Schwartz Engagement Revealed to Theodore Provder The enga emen! I I ter, Robert : 'n n ann ed >>; the bride- x! • Mr. ;ind Mrs. Harr; z, of I si m SW 17th The groom is T der, son of Mr. ar.; Mrs i Pr vder, oi L9510 NE 181 i Miss Schv artz is a i oi seph Rayt s won a Mack Miami Senior High il where te check) I gingham jacket she was a member if D bs BBG and The b lice o! her dress Phi Sigma Tau Council. She is at.ertical inserts of white tending the L'niversit: Miami's Mrs. Harold Berger was school of < [radlile sheath and Mrs. Harry uate in Januarj had a green foliage print Mr Prov der is a graduate of ti white tailored sheath. Brooklyn Technical High School in ether white was worn by Brooklyn, N. Y.. where le was an Manuel Lube!. Hers was honor student and won a New York a one-piece with two-piece state Regent's Scholarship. He An overbiouse effect w is will graduate from the University zed with lace trim. Pink ( ,i Miami this month, with a major A as the color accent, also used in m chemistry and minor in physics and aw eater. Her mother. an d mathematics. Mrs. Julius Weinstein, was her r brunch She was dresslack piaid cotton >iut with overblou-e. Her straw hat and blouse were of the same C • %  I 1. I Il W Beach, and her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen, 2995 Flaming i %  %  For her wedding, she chose an peau de soi %  g iw n with bodice ported alenc >n lace, enhanced with si ed pearls an I bracelet• < %  • 'i with si le drapes, termii ed m a chapel ser of beaded alencon bouffai i veil fell • in ft m pearl carried her confirn ation Bible ivil la! bouquet f whil roses and ai Vlai nor was Marjorie Carbride, and were Mrs. Hillard :>!.. Mrs Jerome Wittels .the 'groom'sisters and Mrs. Martin Oren. Joe! Cone", was his brother's best man, and R maid Don, Dr. Hillard Halpryn and Jerome Wittels servi d as ushers The new Mrs. Cohen graduated from Miami Beach High, and attended the Universities of and Miami. Her husband graduated from The Cita el and served as an officer in the U. S Army He i si ntly connecte I w ith the Miami Beach Associated Hotels, The young couple will reside in Miami Beach, after a Jai honeymoon. K.i hit MRS. ALAN Annual Award Shied The annual Aaron >tein Award, as v.< II • cei %  es of merit and %  to out •" \ci ci •< • \ • n i i a Sunday ng, 11 a.m. Gii I Plans for the wedding of Josh from the young group I Sirkin and Miss Grace Carolyn also be distril ind the PTA Durner, scheduled for June 15, 1 will sponsor a treat for all the ch* have been indefinitely postponed. Wedding Plans Postponed drcn following the program. lie is a memberof Phi Eta Sigm i, freshman men's honorary. Delta Theta Mu, College of Arts and Science honorary; and Phi Kappa Phi, j the b rjd MISS ROBERTA SCHWARTZ sity of Wisconsin for graduate work or. a teaching-research assistantship. In Iv r highest academic honorary on camIpus. lie has been on the Deans List every semester, and was choPf. Sam Badanes chose a ( n -outstanding junior chemistry • e cotton shirtwaist. Lace„,_,,,„••• by the Florida section ot 1:1,nserts and embroidery trim,, u .American Chemical Socciety at i i th the front and back of [h( University of Miami. onor of the engaged couple, j ide-elect's parents are hav-,{ LADIES!! THERE'S A MAGICIAN IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD M ina reception on Sunday. 2 p.m., at home. The couple will he married in January. ce She also wore a sm ill lloral hat. A pink eyelctte • choice of Mrs. Gussie I I a stiver and blue print in by Mrs. Anna Cohen. tl Mr. Provder was the recipient of a cash award of $175 for being the k and white as the -election I h Seller. I blue cotton was worn bj leyer Forer. Her dress outstanding senior scholastically at the University of Miami. 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Pcce 4-A +Jcnistfkridian Friday. June 2 lfti Je wi sh Flo r idia n CrTICE end PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U BINDER Correspondent put • • %  -,. I v*s %  %  • • • % %  % % % % % %  The je~,sh FlorMian h. '^'y'^'lZ^W^Z • • i a >,iii wa>klv Member &f trie J"" n '"" A&£:Z*& Feature ^^""STAT* Srv,ce. National Ed.lor.al A*n Ame .car %  AM Eil!n.jewis Ne-aaars. one tW Florida Pres %  The Jnrl*h FToridlan do- .••' %  -.,' '%  • •"' r -' SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Local A-ea One Year 5 00 T*r Years HC 00 Out of Town ucen Request Volume 34 Number 22 Friday. June 2. 1961 18'Sivan 5721 Via the Mail: A New Diplomacy $AwreTOUttcusAMi9oi w ... %  -. %  We r.c:e with studied reservation President Kennedy r launch nq c: a campaign for peace in the Middle East On the one hand .t seems that the President is now preparing to turn his attention to ::.e thorny Israel-Arab impasse. On the other Mr. Kennedy's hip to Europe must be considered a factor In his dec-.sion to approach the question. To begin with, the President's method of operation is open to criticism. Experience should have taught his Administration thai diplomacy via a "round robbin" mailing is ineffective at best — and •hat in the Israel-Arab dilemma it can be regarded at the outset as futile. The reaction of the Arcb potentates, he contacted is a case in point. So long as each of them thought he was dealina with the President on an exclusive basis, each at least began a studied effort to reply. Just as soon as the secret was out that all had been approached, the Arab leaders scheduled a meeting to discuss methods of negotiating this latest "assault" against them. Apart from the fact that Mr. Kennedy overlooked the predictable reaction to his letters, it seems to us that he sent them as an afterthought and in the belief that they certainly can do no harm. But the sad fact is that they ccn do harm. The letters, written on the eve of his departure to Europe, appear to demonstrate little concern for the substance of the enswers. In this sense, what the President wrote almost as a matter of form must turn out to be as pat and diplomatically sterile as the return mail he will receive. Therefore, Mr. Kennedy's action in the first instance can only make sense as a concomitant of his scheduled meeting with French President Charles de Gaulle, whose own hands ere filled with Arab dilemmas these days. It may very well be that Mr. Kennedy simply intended to test the atmosphere, with mere intensive study applied to the problem some time after h ; s return from Europe, and with no more than a smattering of interest in the substance of the Arab replies. But if this is the case, the President would seem to be cechng almost too deftly with a problem that took its' disastrous toll from the Eisenhower and Truman Administrations preceding his own. ,0 JEWS m THE U'MilD : g Epiii &f -ill i in i~t -^l— ir~#i rfJ I ceeds Mrs. Gerald Soltz, also a Miamian, who held the office during two previous terms. Both Judge Friedman and Mrs. Reich have long and notable records of service in B'nai B'rith. as well as in Jewish activities generally. Their election to the presidency is a tribute to them, which also reflects credit on the Greater Miami Jewish community as a source of leadership for the international organization. We welcome the District 5 convention here as it prepares to gather for the opening of its business sessions Sunday. B'nai B'rith Convention Once again. Greater Miami is being called -pen to play host to a major convention. Distr.ct Grand Lodge No. 5 of B'nai B'rith will hold :ts annual meeting here beginning Sunday evening at the Americana hotel. Our community has particularly good cause to welcome the convention — apart from the fact that so sianificant en organization in Jewish affairs is set to gather amona us. For two Greater Miamians will accept the gavel o: office by the time the business of the contion is ended. Judge Milton Friedman will be installed a> president of Men's Lodges for District 5, and Mrs. Alfred Reich will take the helm as president of Women's Chapters. A footnote to :. c examcle of the community's preeminence in B'nai B'rith affairs is that Mrs. Reich sueLooking to the Future Adolf Eichmann's son is in America. He sounded off several days ago in Washington about the innocence of his father who, he declared, didn't "even" Jail two million Jews. This was his way of criticizing the alleged exaggeruticn of the enormity of his father's crimes. No doubt, there will be many people here who lend young Herr Eichmann a sympathetic ear. They are among those whom the architects oi Jie trial in Jerusalem hope to convince. It is quesiionable that thev can be convinced. The cavalier reference of the murderer's son to wealthy Jews" a:;d to other anti-Semitic stereotypes brands cim for the recalcitrant bigot that he is. Those who react sympathetically to young Eichmann's view ot the affair ere a'sc victims ol their prejudice. The terrifying testimony now unfolding at the trial can hardly be expected to cause a chenae. either in their understanding of Adolf Eichmann's cutchery, or in their cttitude toward Jews. But if the trial can not alter the anti-Semite it can more hopefully cave the way for a clear evaluation of the Nazi era in the minds of those generations yet to come. For experience since the dechne and fall of the Hitlericn "thousandyear Reich" teaches us that men have preferred, at best, to diminish via alteration of detaU the enormity of the excesses of the era and at worst, to forget them entirely. This then, to the highest anticipation of those vc.ved in the trial proceedings today. Young Eichmann will certainly find sympathettc followers .-.ere and throughout the world So, indeed, dees any anti-Semite. But it is to tne future that the trial addresses itself Trial of Adolf Eichmann Seen in Full Perspective A T 4 p.m.. May 23. Prime Minister David Be.-. Gurion interrupted a -discussion taking plac— in the Knesset, to make an announcement. In c voice choked with emotion the Israeli leader terse!} said: "1 have to inform the Knesset that one of the greatest Nazi war criminals. Adolf Eichmann. wrfa was responsible, together with the Nazi leaderlor what they called the Final Solution" of the .lev ih question — that is the extermination 6.000.000 of the Jews in Europe — is under arrest in Israel and will shortly be placed on trial in : reel." Reporters seated in the gallery rushed fr their seats to flash the news around the gtories and h'ntstarted to appear In • K. mann. hunted : r ad been captured. Evi bgger -' rj ol bis abducti. i %  • %  '%  • • Eichmann': itals an • ntina reel ll< :-:.. 1 here were e\ • Vrgeni ne Presidi nt Art Mr • Arieh Leva Buenos Aires as on the hot M at manded 'adequate : ised — and now con< — \:•. i • tii %  • rei| t>. In t! the UN %  -< curity Council :pon Israel to make reparation I r the uolation of Argentine i gntj But. since Israel ha-i already apol< agreed with the position of the A ican delegation that that should close the cas< Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister. h< self reiterated her government's apology in the •.cil chamber. But Argentina was not sal Israel, on the other hand, was firm on the mair. issue — it would not rtturn Eichmann to Arg Mistaken for Jow More weeks passed Argentina expelled Mr Levavi. Finally, a modus operandi was worked out. Argentina and Israel i The end of the stor> 1' reached. But many of its closed chapterhe light of day a.Eichm Bticc in Israel.



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j^sp^v?. PEP& awKHs Page 16-A fJenist fkrkttofl Friday, J une 2 Black And White By MAX LERNER Hollywood As it happens. I saw Jean Genet's play The Blacks" In NjwYork just twodavs before the Montgomery riots. Nothing could nave lUUStraieo Genet's theme of a ritual celebration of black-white hatred more effectively than the grotesque performance In Alabama, where the whites beat up a group of black and white Freedom Riders and then besieged a whole congregation of blacks until the state guarcUmen had to be called out. No more startling epilogue to the play could have been written. Here in Hollywood, where I am spending the week, there Isn't a director who could resist adding the Montgomery documentary rootage as epilogue—if he dared to do the movie in the first place -Cr — & ~ -THESE NOTES OF MINE are not about M mtgomery, but about Genet's vision, at once clownish and hopeless, of the ultimate war at the core of human society, not only between black> and whites but between all oppressed and all oppressors—with the necessary footnote that at t'leir first chance the oppressed, when they achieve supremacy, will become oppressors, and that the oppressors-turned oppressed will at their first chance recapture the position of oppressors. This round-and-round thinking, which is so characteristic of Genet, puts him closer to the thinking of the Orient than of the West, which moves always in a straight line. Let me clear away first what is now well known about Genet himself. An adornment of the French literary landscape, he has spent his life as thief, addict, and homosexual, knowing the inside ot many European prisons over many years, sinking to (from our perhaps stodgy perspective) the lowest depths, shocking even the French by some details of life, yet fascinating them, as he is now fascinating the American.-, by the depth and brilliance of his art. I suppose there are some who would call both his life and his art studies in total depravity. Others might find it necessary to reject or forget the first in order to accept the second. Sartre has called him both a comedian and a martyr, and there are true Genetian believers who even find something saintlike about him. There is now a tendency among commentators, which I cannot share, to call him a moralist. For me he is a complex man who has been ploughed up by life and is now in turn plowing up the surface crust of our life beliefs and our theater forms, perhaps because somewhere along in his descent he caught a glimpse of demonic truths and because to a man who has done everything torbidden there are no forbidden ideas. Demos Back From JFK Fete Democratic party supporters from Miami Beach have returned here after participating in Saturday Dight'i fund-raising birthday dinner honoring President Kennedy in Washington. Arthur II. Courshon. board chairman Ol Washington Federal Savings and Loan A--" and a leader in the local areas lund-raising efforts for last fall's presidential campaign, was among moving forces in stimulating attendance by more than hall a hundred Dade Democrats at the dinner for President Kennedy At Courshon's table were his wife, school board member Jack D. Gcrdon and Mrs. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. George Hirscn, Mr. and Mrs. MiMon Gaynor and Ben Giller. Gcrdon, Hirsch, Gaynor and Giller are Washington Federal directors ar.d executives. At an adjoining table, Metr i Commissioner ( huck Hall. M Beach architect Norman Giller and Mrs. Giller an Si iart New ma i public relations consultant, were seated with Sen Claude Pepper and Mrs. Pepper Sen. Pepper also is a Washington Federal executive, and ha:a law office here. At the same table were Miami Mayor Robert King High and Metro ComI .• irfield. Hay. Woo I s nember of the Miami Beach Kiwanis Club, was seated nearbj A table near the dias was hosted b> Miami Beach shipping pment executive Henrj Dub').:-, and Mrs Dubbin. _^_ -6TAKE HIS BASIC IMAGE in this play. Under the brilliant staging Of Gene Frankel. against a remarkable set by Kim Swados, a group of Negroes perform a tribal ceremony around what is presumably the coffin of a white victim, re-enacting the ritual rape and murder of a white woman. They do it before a jury in the seats of the mighty, played by blacks wearing white masks, who are meant to represent the powers and principalities of white dominion. The second act is in the form of an oratorical contest between the white queen and the black queen—between Europe and Africa perhaps— in which the cultural history of one continent is pitted against the racial unconscious of the other, the whites go off bewildered and beaten and the actors take off their masks to reveal that it was all clownishness and illusion. Registration Set At Coral Way Kem-tr.it. or. will be taken during the week of June 5 at Coral Way Jewish Center for preschool camp during the summer months and for the fall pre-school which will start the day after Labor Day. as well as for the fall nursery, pre-kindergarten and reading readiness kindergarten classes Kindergarten classes will be con-1 ducted by Mrs. Carol Cynamon i and Mrs. Eleanor Levine. both | certified Dade county teachers. The staff of Coral Way Jewish Canter have preschool licenses i and Dade county certificates. -•&—Cr — — -Cr — YET IT WAS NOT. In a play like "The Balcony" Genet has a good deal of sport with illusion and reality, and leaves the audience batfled about where one ends and the other begins. But while outwardly he is playing the same game in "The Blacks," I came away feeling it was mostly a game, and that the collective race hatred of the blacks against the whites—with which in the main Genet seems to identify—breaks through the masks. Thus for me the most important fact about the play was that it was being produced at all. in a culture whose stated ideal 'despite the Alabamas and Mississippi.-) is that decency is color-blind Another fact is that the play was written not by a Negro but by a whiteand a white, be it noted, coming out of a French culture which distills the whole European experience which the play derides Behind the play is the massive, exciting, portentous fact of a liberated Africa, with its history of oppression and with the current harvest of bitterness. The racial consciousness of the new Africa has aifected the self-image of American Negroes as well, and is opening a new chap ter in the history of American Negro struggle. 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Friday. June 2. 1961 +Jewist>tk>rMlan Page 5-F Local Artist Elected Fellow International Institute of Arts and Letters at Kreuzlingen, Switz Hand, has elected WarrenSoned. (I Miami, muralist and sculptor, a Follow. Only 65 men in the field of arts and letters are selected every five -tars from every country of the globe for the honor. Soned, a graduate and former instructor at the University of Miami, is listed in 'Who's Who in American Art." and is currently (,inducting art courses at the Art I nlimited School in Miami. %  —. It's Meet Me At the Pops' it's "Meet Me at the Pops" this "Gidgit Goes Hawaiian," story of a young girl who accomsiimmer at Miami Beach Auditorpanies her parents on their second honeymoon. James Darren, • %  "' Deborah Walley and Michcel Callan star in this romantic adventure comedy in color, now at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. Miamian Wins Pitt Scholarship Carolyn Maysmao, who will graduate from No. Miami Senior High en June 9, has won a scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh, where she plans to major in biological science. Daughter of Mrs. Ruth Maysman. of 1050 NE 176th st.. and the late Max R. Maysman. Carolyn has served as president of the Slide Rule Club and treasurer of the German Club, and is a member of Beta Science Club. Her sister is Mrs. June Berman m! Brother, Sister Get UM Degrees Starting Sunday. June 11. the Univi rsity of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra will offer ten conseci live Sunday evening performances i Pop" concerts running through 13. Jit of the nation's outstanding luctors and 12 top-flight soloKs. including two ballet programs. Barbara and Lawrence, daughter II add up to a season of popular and son of Mr. and Mrs. David n iisic designed for easy, relaxed Newman. 1365 SW 21 tor.. Miami• ,i weather listening pleasure, will both graduate from the Uniening concert June 11 features versify of Miami in June. Liesl conductor Raymond Paige in Barbara will receive her desrre presentation of "Highlights from from the school of education, R; dio City Music Hall." Soloists where she served as editor of the v th Paige are Louise Raboin, soschool newspaper and was on the .board of publications. She also was representative to the undergraduate Student Government and received the education Gold Key for service. As president of the Collegiate The successful two-week run of council of the United Nations. Bar' A Majority of One" at the Cocobara sponsored a model UN gennut Grove Playhouse has prompteral assembly on the campus. She cd producer Owen Phillips to rewas named to "Who's Who in Uirn the play for an additional American Colleges and Univer• ••n.. will be guest speaker. New officers are Mesdames Ben Harris, president; Hyman Kirsner, Sylvia Colin. Hyman Gorsetman. Philip Richman, vice presidents; Sidney Katzif. financial secretary: Ben Sirkus, recording secretary: A. Winston, corresponding secretary: and Ella Kaplan, treasurer. Barbara and Lawrence Newman served as senator in the undergraduate Student Government, and was an officer in Phi Eta Sigma. freshman honorary. He is also a member of Beta Beta, biological honorary, Delta Theta Mu, school of arts and science honorary, and recently became a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, national medical honorary. Lawrence will serve his internship at Lcs Angeles County HosVoegele Appointment Told Emanu-EI Ladies Plan Meeting Ninety-six newly elected oflict i I ind board members of Sisterho 'iCn.ple Emanu-EI will meet > Wednesday, June 7. in Sirkin H; I for a three-hour capsule orientation workshop starting at 93e a I, Luncheon will be served folov. I by :report on Florida Branch IS • tional Women's League convent n recently held in Jacksonville, i sented in a comedy skit, "Tired A conventions." Participating will be Mrs. •! Goldstein, president of Sisterhoi Mrs. Leonard Glickman, Miss Lit Goodman, and Mrs. Alexander > >! gan. T. J. Bomar. chairman of the board of directors of the Pan American Bank of Miami, announces the appointment of Robert A. Voegele as assistant trust officer. Shaloma Card Party Voegcle's responsibilities will be "to facilitate further expansion of the trust department under new corporate direction and to assist in bringing better and more complete trust services to the public," Bomar said. no, is being played here by Thursday, June 15, the Acorn Civi< Theatre predicts a complete sellss Picon's next show will be out for the five performai • ilom," a new musical comedy. 'The Torch Bearers." starring lich she'll co-Star with Robert Patsy Abbott, the popular corned:i on Broadway enne, making her legitimate stage debut. Social Evening Sunday As Mrs. PampJneiu, Miss Abbott will portray a pompous lady 01 •i and Country Clubbers of wea lth and dignity who is the th Dade, social and civic group somewhat pretentious, though dedisil gle men and women, are t a ( e( ], ••directress" of a "little having a farewell "Mid-Summer ( t heatre" group in the mid West hi Ball" on Sunday evening in school building of Beth Torah Directed by Owen Phillips the It-mole. cast features a score of local atAcorn Theatre Sees Sell-Out Two weeks before its opening on tors. Included are Boris Pritcher, Shaloma group of Hadassah having a card party at the Sea Gull hotel Wednesday noon. Via y Friedman and Jean Feierman a e in charge of reservations. Rosemarie Africano, Jacqueline James, Don Bowerman, Charlene Russell, Bill Mayer. Ruth McMahon, George Rosen, Perry Mavrelis, Isabcllc I.andy. and Lou Alexiou. 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r r:day. June 2, 1961 'Ioneer Women loll Programs [rs. Isaac 01 n presi. if B< be Idelson Pioneer n, WJ 1" e i regular on 1 hui i p.m., a( %  Washington : [eral Savings Loan Assn.. N rmaady Jsie. # On Monday at 8 p m., Greater ;.imi Council of Planer Women !1 install officer, at the Bar-coma hotel Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, chairman, ill introduce Mrs. Dorothy Krie•• Fink a 3 installing officer. Officers for the coming year are [rs Milton Green, president; Leo Goldman, vice president i charge of organization; Mrs. [oses Meyer, vie? president in •ge of funds; Mrs. Abraham r. recording iry; Mrs. i Kessler, corresponding seciry; Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, usurer; Mrs. Fred sandier, fiI secretary. %  %  Kadimah chapter is planning its nnual installation of officers Saturday, June 10. at the Biscayne retrace hotel. Further plans will j made by Mrs. Leah Fnedson, lirman. + J mrtsi\ mhradffSir tcademy PTA ilects Officers Mrs. Sheldon Dearr was unanilously elected president of the •TA of the Hebrew Academy for (he 1961-62 school term at a meeting held last week at the home of llrs. Alexander Kogad Mrs. Dearr. a former officer of \: organization for many years. i I that the theme for the next ear will be "Educating the Community." A series of eight cultural programs arc planned, which will ; %  every aspect of the AcadEnglish and Hebrew projram. Conducting these sessions be the educators Of the Acad| %  • •_>ther officers elected were vice presidents, Mesdames Tobias SiJ' in, Solomon Mason. Harry Sam-. F.manuel Finkel; recording ary. Mrs. Matthew Zuckei.. corresponding secretaries, lames Sidney Rosenberg. Saul % mon, and Gerald Greenberg; .1 secretary, Mrs Henry Pensky; treasurer. Mrs. Marvin -. historian. Mrs Maurice er; parham Mrs. ild Soltz; chaplain Mrs. H. is Hottman. ribute Honors irs. Koch Milton Koch was honored i tribute luncheon sponsored by Miami Beach chapter of the ish National Home for Asthma Children on Saturday at the • glades hotel. Mrs Koch helpei organize the %  liter, and served as president | two years. is also a past president and of the founders of the Ladies' P 3 ?e 3-3 HospStai Units Reserve Theatre Di de county chapters tional Children's Car I will take over the entii Grove Playhouse the f Father's Day. Sunday. June IS the final performance f 'The Torohbearers," the Kellj comedy starring Patsy Ab sented by the Acorn Civic Theatre. All proceeds are for the benefit of the local charity hospital devoted exclusively to the dia^niisis and treatment of rheumatic ar.i cone in • i. allrip for 1 to 1 i as. Res* >.::i be ma ;• the %  ter representati' i Vlesdames Jean Raab. Miami Beach; Laura Glance. Miami; Ruth Katzu. Flamingo; Minnie Eigner. North ; Dade; and Sandy Salsman, South Dade. "Fashion Tour to Ieraei" was featured at recent meeting of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. Left to right are Mrs. Bernard Wieder. coordinator; Mxs. Wilbur Wishner. commentator; and Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women and chairman. Function was at the Algiers hotel. Emma Lazarus Sends Delegates Members of Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, par ticipating in the B'nai B'rith national convention at the Americana hotel Sunday through Wednesday j are Miss Edyth Fleischer, pas' I president, serving as national chairman; and Mrs. Alfred Reich, also past president, who will be installed as president of District 5 Serving as delegates are Mrs Ada Gordon, newly installed president; Mrs. Jeannette Sussman. re! cording secretary, and Miss Edith Simmons, a past president. Also Mrs. Fay Sonn. Mrs. Adele Baum. Miss Ruth Jaffee and Mrs Sylvia Pollock. MRS. SHELDON D£AXX Ernanu-El Summer Ccmp Temple Emanu-El iaj camp, which be Jins urth ieasi n of ictiviti.es Fune 19. will hold its selor me at the Temple's'branch, 727 77 si Milton Feinstetn, director ot the daj cam;, and the staff of counselors will discuss the camp's program, and meet the patents. Registration Tor the eight-week pro: gram will also be, accepted Auxiliary of North Shore t>77. Jewish War Veterans, and irgaaizer and first president of the Kneseth Israel PTA. Brandeis Group Names Chairman Mrs. Harry B Rimer is the newly-elected vice presidentand overall chairman of Book Fun,I for Brandeis University National Women's Committee. Greater Miami chapter. Area chairmen are Mesdames Joseph Cohen. Jerome C irin Harry Faber, Donald Rubin, Ralph Spero .iiui Solomon Toonkel Special and major book collections are under the joint chairmanship of Mrs. Joseph Duntov and Mrs. Albert 0. Levin. Contributions to the endowment fund are handled by the chairman. Mrs. Morris Zimmerman. 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'•Jewish Floridiaxi Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ie 34 — Number 22 Miami, Florida, Friday, June 2. 1961 Two Sections — Price 20 &f M1AM1ANS TO OCCUPY PRESIDENCIES 'nai B'rith Confab Opens Sunday SMTCAt-OLD LUMINARY HONORED PACE 3A HISTORIC VIEW OF DISTRICT 5 PACE 6 A POXTKAiT Of NEW WOMEN'S PRESIDENT PAGE 13 ?.mday. 8 30 p.m., at the Americana hotel. Louis Mirman. cf ilk. Va., president of District Grand Lodge 5. B'nai L'rith, will %  own the 85 year-old gavel, calling to order the 85th annual conIn othe District Grand Lodge. [lawman's side will be Judge A, Friedman, of Miami. president-elect of the Dis[Gi;nd Lodge, and who also anded tae gavel to lake %  firman's office at the end |e convention for the year convention will last through ', nd is expected to attract B • % % %  women deloH^Bfi !> Fio Hot Carolina, Maryland. Virnia anr the District of Columbia. He COmnmNon, charged with Phiru the operations for the lets new yisr, will open ofJy at this session with a nation ef colors. Highlightevering will be a major I by Label Kati, presifef the Supreme Lodge of LABEL KATZ ... keynote address S'nai B'rith. Opening of the eorv*nion will be fclower by a reception and dance for delegates ai^d guests. hout Monday. Tuesday :;•.! Wednesday, busine ssions will consume the major portion oi the delegates' time, interspei with a luncheon on V •-,; %  ,• which time district awards will be presented to individuals and lodges for outsiar.d n^ wcrk ana accomplishments during the past year Monday night will see the celebration and dance honoring the past presidents, both men and women. At a luncheon on Tuesday. Sidney Kusworm will address the delegates, ful'ewed by a program on the Museum for the Blind, built and supported by the Marvin Roth Ledge of Daytoca Beach, Fla. In attendance will be several young women who are attending the school for the blind there. At a special reception Wednesday evening, Mrs. Alfred Reich, of Miami, wili take over the presidency of District 5, B'nai B'rith Women. Stepping down will be Mrs. Gerald Sofa, also of Miami. The convention will end with a banquet, at which time Judge %  Friedman will take over the helm for the coming year. Judge Friedman is a past president of Sholem Lodge of 3'nai j B'rith. has been president of the j Florida State Assn. of B'nai B'rith i Kennedy, B G Meet for Talk In Hotel Suite WHITE HOUSE MUM ON MA1VNG PAGE 10-A JTA—8> D;re;t Teletype Wire NEW YORK— Israels Prime Minuter David Ben-Gurion held his scheduled conference with President John F. Kennedy late Tuesday afurnoon at the latter's Presidential ?uite in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel The meeting lasted more than an hour. Mi. Ben-Gurion. whose suite was OP. the 35th floor of the ho'el. descended seven stories to call or. Mr. Kenne l> as the head of state of the country where the Israeli Premier is. officially, on a private visit. Earlier, the Israeli leader spent Sgerian Rebel Chiefs Mum Future Plans for Jews klv, ranee—(JTA)—The head the existence of separate eommuAJgerlan rebel group nego-inities in an independent Algeria. with France on Algerian in-1 Belkaem Krini, the chief negoti|er.ce hinted at a press con-iator. also declined to answer quesLodges, was awarded the Medal of j meet w m, ot h er members of the a quiet day at his suite, res from an arduous motor trip to Philadelphia on Monday. He had re turned to the hotel here well after midnight. On Mr. Ben-Gurion's agenda, in addition to the meeting with Mr. Kennedy, were conferences with a number of American Jewish leaders. He was scheduled to meet leaders of the American Jewish Committee at his hotel. Wednesday, Label Katz, chairman of the Presidents' Conference of Major Jewish Organizations, was to call on Mr. BenGurion and escort the Israeli Premier to thhe headquarters of the Jewish Agency. There. Mr. Ben-Gurion was to nere this bnent would week that his not recognize to Check Parties Itnter IUSALEM (JTA) — Israel's fenent approved this week fs in the election law which ake it more difficult for W parties to develop and bars electioneering of any py public servants who have Mstrative authority. law, which was adopted in -by-clause voting, requires a lit of [£5,000 (S2.800) for a list of candidates in an elec trhk'h will be forfeited if the [list fails to obtain one perlof the valid votes cast in that Ion. rrtme Min ; s*er David. Benrions' Mapji Party favored Continued oi Page 7-A tions put to him in writing by corHonor by B'nai B'rith District respondents who wanted some inGrand Lodge o for his "outstanddication about the rebel organiza-! ing work" in behalf of the Junior tion's attitude toward the Jewish Order of B'nai B'rith, and was | ist and Jewish organizations. community of Algeria. It was nonamed "Man of Achievement" in j ted that throughout their stay in j the field of Community Service by I Evian FLN spokesmen have usuSholem Lodge. Continued on Page 5-A ally expressed themselves freely on : most subjects but not on the matter 'PpnifDT fiCriCfl/E FFFFfTll/F' ot the future of Algerian Jews r ri • • • "•" • • • trmilWK Presidents' Conference, and with leaders of a number of other ZionOn Mr. Ben-Gurion's schedule The French Radio reported that a Jewish businessman, whose name was not indicated, was stabbed to death Wednesday in Oran by Algerian FLN terrorists. The broadcast said such terrorist attacks were on the increase in spite of the French-Algerian independence talks. At the same time it was reported here from Paris that an armed European underground organization, the OAS. has warned all Europeans in Algeria, including the 150.000 Jews there, that they must not leave their Algerian homes or emigrate, or they would "suffer the Continued on Page 5-A Bob Kennedy Race Riot Action Cited by Jewish Unit By Special Report NEW YORK—Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy was thi: week praised by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith for his "prompt, decisive, and effective steps" in seeking to preserve law and order in areas of Alabama disturbed by racial conflicts. A telegram from Henry Edward Schultz, the League's national chairman to the Attorney Genera!, said that "your actions have profound meaning to the future of America and to all the people of the world." : DR Efforts to Save Jews Revealed iRUSALEM-,' JTA )-The most psive and emonon-laden phase history of the European holot—the extermination of Hunjm Jewry—was unfolded here fee trial of Adolf Eichmann. ~ testimony, which included deptions of the hapless efforts of garian Jewish leaders to save of the Hungarian Jews, snapl the self-control of two spectaand forced the first recess in 1 [seven weeks of the trial. He testimony also revealed that; President Roosevelt and the King of Sweden sent an ultimatum to Admiral Horthy. wartime dictator of Hungary, to end the deportation of Jews or suffer a fate worse than any other Axis country. The testimony was given by Baron Pinhas Freudiger, scion of an ancient Jewish family and leader of Hungary's Orthodox Jews. Baron Freudiger testified that the ultimatum, delivered by M. Jaeger, the Swiss Minister, expired on Jcne 30. It went unanswered and on July 2 British and American bombers blasted Budapest. On July 3, Horthy told the Swiss envoy that the deportations would cease but, said the witness, that order was countermanded by Eichmann. Sander Szilagyi and Avraham Cassier, both emigres from Hungary, created the scene in the courtroom after Mr. Freudiger had Continued on Page 11 A "Decent Americans North and South have been saddened and humiliated by the savagery on the part of hoodlums and rampant mobs in Alabama," Schultz said. "Those who defy the law cf the land and seek to deprive others of iheir most basic rights do completely misinterpret the meaning of the United States and its historic role." I "We are heartened by the prompt. decisive, and effective steps j >u i are taking to assure the preservation of law in Montgomery and other disturbed areas. In so doing, I you are helping to guarante the j freedom and security of all Americans." Schultz added. The League noted that "the responsible press" of Alabama had condemned mob activity in MontContinued on Page 3 A Didn't Make Arms Request, Diet Assures OTTAWA—(JTA)—Prime Minister Diefenbaker reported to the Canadian Parliament here on his talks w ith Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and emphasized the fact that Mr. Ben-Gurion made no requests for Canadian arms during his visit in Canada. The Canadian Prime Minister told the Parliament that the question of Israel's relations with the neighboring Arab countries was discussed, "but neither directly nor indirectly was there any request for military assistance" on the part of Mr. Ben-Gurion. As a result of the visit, it was agreed to consider exchanging landing rights in Canada and Israel, the Parliament was informed. In a joint statement issued by the Canadian and Israeli Prime Ministers prior to Mr. Ben-Gurion's leaving Canada, it was revealed that the Israeli Prime Minister told Mr. Diefenbaker that he is convinced that peace ultimately will be achieved in the Middle East. The communique said, in pan. "In their conversations the two Prime Ministers reviewed a wide range of international problems, including the pressing need for cor.tro'led world disarmament, the Conge, tension in various areas, and tr-e general situation in the Middle East. They reaffirmed their belief in the imporContinued on Page 8-A ROBERT KENNEDY AOL tefegra.i



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Frre B-B Jeist fkrkttor Frldov Tun. juxe 2, Workmen's Circle Branches Plan Triple Installation : re \ I s • • • • lotion oi Miami Beach chapter oi Hadassah shows ceinc presented to new president left Miss Lillian 3ooc : be men bv autcoinc sresk :1 Mrs Free Jonas. Beach Hadassch Has New Group the I rmat! n : n %  '•: ent 1 I 25 at the Mc ..% %  i the Algier her a isit 1 .-' : %  • i .: %  %  • ill I caile -. \ to %  rs are ,i %  :: F ichs pi R< K I %  nembersl • ; K Sp ro, re• %  • d Fannii Cc-2 -:s Limifecf Donee i • %  [rs. Gus %  • lary. Mrs. ] %  %  L:mit( d of 1 %  an I • '•' : I M • %  • %  %  '-. r : %  %  Fral ....... In chars I %  • • I ... S Max Greenberg BJ I lowing [n chargi r i K : 5t ubin %  chairman 7 :. ? Womet'i : :onv( tee zr.d Mrs. 5 eph rn: :.-.:.. isl president adjus: • jdcei rn throughout the districl convent.: beo riing Sunday evening al the Americana hcteL Beth Sholom Plans Induction Dinner i : ;':..:.• Bet Harmony' Theme For South gate MBOB) the I (,: eroLp : H was i theme Mad by Rafcbi Henry t. Weraick I ioetaBataon of • ficera an Idenberg -• rman of the day Rebecca Gonshor Nursery Founded -in rnew He% %  il! be known as ~,.:'-.a N t i rj in mem .:. becci or. a ': cer .-• Hebre Academy and Women's Organization. to inder ross, prinei'•the Beth i Nursery 13 jeing established .r. memory ol Mr.. love for Jewish education her hu-band. Joseph Gonshor her tru Gonshor .= a founder, and member I the board of the Academy. and il active in Beth Tfilah and Knesetb Israel Cor,-r<-_ : av-r.He will al?' endow the children s chapel .r. the new building, to be kn Betl I -• r-'h. n 0cr io years s %  • jre Mrs Harvey 1 lent of Sis :< Drucl will be i I president of I %  %  • %  • and fleers rectors S 51 bo has Joseph Pai Mr aar. arc chairr en ~ia" Rabbi I i %  will present r.-js written MRS. GONSHOR G nshor's pietj LOVING PLUMBING CO. Licensed and \ntvrot New. Alterations 4 Rec No Jot too larg c-ra "EE ESTIMATES}* A'l Work Guarantee NA 1-8312 or OX 6-2554 UM Musician Named to Group Mary Ann Kaufman has ed into Sigma Alpha ; %  rial pi Eessioaal music :.-Kaufman, who it completing her -' pi> mere year at the t'niverUami. was recommend the aarerity by the university"; • ar. she was in attendance at Septa* New comb Cottage. She it %  < daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mnrraj H. 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MS Society Due For Revitalxzinq [mull is ir Fieri e for J • %  N Sclei s Soci • Southeast 1 • Dadi B : Monroe counties In Dade co n<. th( re arcSCO kni wn cast s of mullei is a chronic, crippln ase of the central m tern, which ;s most prevalent among young adults Its cause is unknowi anri rhcre is no cure. About two rn nths ag the nanal society began revitalizing local chapter under the supervision of Robert A Bureau. rial field director, and Emmi ti !' Carraher ithi ast n gional director. The new chapter h:. i B06 Ci : Idg I):. %  ths, d representative, has been assigned to the Miami office, and Eleanor Micelli has been nami secretary, A full-time staff director "ill he appointed soon Officers ol the new chapter are Paul H Marks, chairman. Mrs Faire M. Robbins, F. Nolan Johnson treasun r; Mrs, Phillip D. O'Connell. Palm Beach. • chairman: Thomas Han ton, Brouarri vice chairman. Mrs Rita Sawyer. Monroe vice chairman: and Harold P. Barkus. Dade vice chairman. Members of the board include Robert Pentland. jr. Richard Fincher. Judge Henry L Balaban. vice mayor of Miami. Rev George R Taylor. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, president of the Rabbinical Assn Leonard A. Wien. Mrs. Jerri Pollack. BRiAK UP THE POLITICAL COMBINWON THAT HAS CONTROLLED CITY HAU TOO LOKOl BERNIEWIEDER PULL LEVER 10-A fm -A -=' vm \amuul I! Owoedl Bi'tctefl tjri Tio. StruM, r • V.D., M], ten .4 Wollfritn, Bob Wollman 1 Btn M. >r WHY YOUR CHILD NEEDS ti|'t eeks Jt narMt*l Camp Oc' iron if up. Bo>$ "d flrts, HI toenc. learn to woik t"<> o'ov tojt.N lomg c'. toe as f'.xi'eds "' %  "' >cjr S sters jn t^e;r pa-e-*s • lStt) tOCATIO KJST 280 MIIIS NORTH Of MIAMI IN OCAIA NATIONAL F0R;>T • complete modern camp fa;. I %  > • experienced ecunse'es • tast/. healthfU menus • horseback riding, swimming. Wi.er tw ing wen day • Friday night Sabtatti Servre Florida's fine* comp stortj Ju 26 to artroll now. Coll or WfW today lor Ire* brochure &y(kn* m). 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Pace 8-A rjenistrkricftftll Ftidoy, hme j, ) 9 961 Hebrew Academy Reelects Binder %  Temple Menorah will graduate ten students 'romits weekday Hebrew school on Saturday morning. Nathaniel Glickman, chairman of the reliqious school board, will present the diplomas. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of the congregation, will give the charge to graduates, who include top row (left to riqhtf Donna Englcnder, Diane Zimmerman, Jerald Carmel, David Rosenfeld, teacher, ana Skippy Turchen. Bottom row (left to right are Robin Hendel, Glenn Shuman. Mark Frankel, and Jonathan Tannen. Not shewn but graduating are Frank Klein and Charles Braverman. B-G Asked for No Arms, Says Dief Continued from Page 1-A tant role of the United Nations in helping to maintain peace ond security in many troubled areas cf the world. They expressed the earnest hope that the organization would continue to enjoy the support of all its members so that it migf.t fulfill the vital responsibilities which have been entrusted to it. • Mr. Ben-Gurion outlined his views on Middle Eastern problems end the particular difficulties for bis country which have resulted Irom the failure to reach a peacetul solution of Arab-Israeli differences in accordance with the prinof the United Nations Charter. At the same time Mr. BenGurion expressed his conviction that peace will ultimately be achieved. "Mr. Ben-Gunon expressed the appreciation of the Governmert and people of Israel for the consistent efforts or Canada's Government and people lor peace throughout the world. •The two Prime Ministers agreed that an eventual solution to the problem \< ould have to envisage the right of all countries in the area to live in peace and security. Both agreed that a relaxation of tension would improve the pro>pects of peace in the world, including the Middle East." In an official visit at Ottawa's historic City Hall, where he was welcomed by Mrs. Charlotte Whitton. Mayor of this city. Mr. BenGurion repeated his theme ot prime interest in peace among nations and the reign of justice being humanity's greatest need. He said he was paying his first visit to Ottawa, and his second visit to Canada Canada had "too many" lakes and he would like to transfer just one to Israel, he told Mayor Beth Emeth WiS! Install Officers Stanley Rosentiauch. past prcsident of Beth Emeth Congregation. \ ill conduct installation ceremonFriday evening following regu-trvictv Sisterhood will host the Oneg Shabbat. %  officers are: president. A. Edv ard A'IH rman first •ice president, Merle Michaels: second vice ja Lam] rt; treasur.. :.: -i Ima Hollei ; financ -• reti :>. Mrs Lillian 5a ecord i etarj. Yali I n %  • tary. e Irving Kelton. Sidney Schoen. Max Greenhers. Trudi Reitor. Dave Fleischman. Stanley Tambor. pre.-ident. Men's Club. Mrs. Robert Satullov. and president. Sisterhood. Vivian Lelchuk. Past presidents are Stanley Ros enstrauch, Stanley Glatter. Bud Breitbart. and Philip Schulinan New board members are Ben New-mark. Harvej Gallub, and JoFoos Incomir \ lv Abermj I rmerly %  • ; Chici • | and his home Whitton. Meanwhile he said. Israel's attempt to turn salt wat< t into water for drinking and cultivation was continuing, with the .<:r. Irwm H. Makovsky, I. 11 Mcllman, Alex Miller, \lexander Moscovits, Henr\ Penchansky, Leo Robinson, M li. Rocnbers :-.dnre Friedman. Morris ..dore Kramer. Rev .!.-<:• K. : 3en Levin, Rev. M< rn I M. • Haak Meyers. Edward N( it Po tamkin, Max Ra. us, Li lappaport. Sam Ro-ner. V Rubin, Benjamin Rudnicfc Sandier. Dr. Nathan el Sorofi Jerry Sussman, Nat Wolf living Firttl presi date of officers and directors ebalf ol the nominatii ns ci mm Samuel Heiman pres t the Greater Miami J< w sh 1 ration, installed the nev y-eli : Mil and directors. Louis Mcrwitzer. chaw f the building committi < president of the A) • i hairman of thi He announced that th< tion of the new Hebrew %  -• rill •*• lime 4. on thi %  %  • wlj red site at md Pire Tn e dr.. Miami I t estimated that the i iollar building will be compli >} '.he end of October Program Included Re.ue Annual inslallal oi the Chicago Club of i er Miami was Sunday eveni at lbs Deauville hotel Progr, the 'Playmatei f P; ris GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS WOODYS Ti:XSAW SVM\HIE Lubrlcotion SptciallstS — Gcs • Oils • Batteries • Tiras "Service with a Smile" 470 N.W. Sth STPfCT PHONE FR 3-9533 TWWS CITY GLASS UK GUARANTIED MMXORS STORE fRONTS fURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE SILVERING AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1220 16th Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 "Prompt Day ond Night Service" McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE PL 7-0606 9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA WINDOW SPECIALISTS SERVICE WE RE PRCUD OF." Maintenance Inc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock of Replacement Parts 3427 N. Miami Ave. Miami 37, Fla. FRanklin 3-5491 •, i.



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jay, /-ne 2. 1331 rligtous School lans Closing keth Lr id school of [? 700 students will I its closassembly on Sun Erom 10 to [in tht nain synagogue. [ax Silver, chairman of the VcM beard, will present certti!|es ni • trit for scholarship and jndance Rabbi Norman N. Shawill >-?eak to parents and the lent bey. tarea Tringold. Susan Hammerbth and Barbara Vogel will be rraton %  a caqtata, "The Siddur )ur He": Prayer Book," written Saul Rebin, education director. |e musical port:'.-, will be conted 1> Cantor William Lipson, lh Mr.Alex Stlebel, kindergarteacl ex. at the piaa i. The I' h b f enw Department will >ntinu* its sessions through lurtday, Jon i, with remedial lasses %  : he heid after the close the c*partmrT. s school is accepting [istrali now posing icercises for laily nursand kj'.:'.ergar:e:t were held on idnesdaj morning, with three, r: an< ire-year-olds taking part a progism o: • -. 4.;.> and dancf km*-1c9> IFlinri(f&M7 Piae 7-B %  w Group Has Dance Playn ales, a new gr>up of young igles ircm 21 to 39 held Its uguraJ anee Sunday night at, Surfcomber hatel. with music •lie Notes, and entertains.il bj 'artin and Maio dance Young Leaders To tour Israel Kenneth Myers, of C ral Ga and Mr. and Mrs. Dame! Neal Hel-j ler. of Miami Beach, are enr Israel as part of a Unite Appeal Young Leadership Study, Mission, it was announced by Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. S 123 community leaders from major l'. S. cities are memberof tour groups. In Israel, the Miami delegation will meet with government officials and visit schools, housing devel >:>1 ments. homes for the a ei. and hospitals, speaking with immigrants as they arrive, a.-. I Studyi ing the economic needs of newcomers, Beth Myers and the Hellers art active in Greater Miami s Combined Jewish Appeal, the yearly drive which raises funds for resettlement aid in Israel. Their trip will also inclu le IV eral stop-overs in E ir >| ear 1 Myers and Helli r both local attorneys, are active in welfare pre grams and community affairs. Coming trim 42 commumt in •lircughout the United States, the young leaders, most of them in the 10 to 40 age bracket, will spend twoot their three weeks in Israel, studying the facts and problems of newcomer absorpl Youngsters Enroll in Camp A total of 175 Jewish tungs ira from the State of Florida have 1 d for Camp Oca: -'. 1I to -tart June 26 in Oca.a Nat lal Park. Janice Revitz, young daughter of Maurice Revitz, chairman of the recent Israel Bond Bar Mitzvdh and inaugural dinner, helps demonstrate success of the evening's bond sale by lighting candles on Israel's birthday cake. Each candle represents the purchase of $50,000 in Israel Bonds. A total of 18 candles was on the cake representing "Chai—Life for Israel." Sales exceeded the amount provided by the 18 candles, reachina a total of SI,2-*0 000. Have that Business Meeting. Banquet, or Special Occasion .WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN AT THE BALMORAL %  Elegant, luxurious surroundings, faultless service, exceptional cuisine. Groups of 10 to 600 catered in the royal manner! FREE 0-P re %  ni-.e> HOTEl • POOl \^ Parking BALMORAL CABANA ClUS SIX ACRfS ON TH£ OCEAN AT 98th STREET • MIAMI BEACH "Tht Prestige Address" Summer Resort Opens June 1 Osceola Lake Inn. Hendersonville. N. C an American Plan summer resort hotel in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, was to open Thursday. The popular hotel has been owned and operated by the Joe Rubin family for the past 21 years. Osceola Lake Inn offers quiet re1 laxation for those who want to rest, I as well as a planned schedule of | entertainment. Facilities include swimming pool, shuffleboard. boating, fishing, golf, horseback riding, movies, band, dancing, wienie roasts, and nightlyrefreshments. For the young, ages 4 to 13. there is a Little Chiefs Day Camp, designed to solve the summer vacation problem for the family with children. Information is available by writing to the camp You'll find comp!e' facilities to exactly sa^Vy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I banquet at the exciting Fabulous elegance at sensible trices! Because o' our matchless facilities. and experienced ma^gerent and expertly trained sta" *•; an serve an/event for mu: 1 MS than you could Yet you will en,oy all the | ind excitement of Miami Beach; newest luxury h Ard remember-here at the S > %  *i .-.-heonlor ten or a banquet for over a thousand can be ttrvad with the same gractOM ease' Consult is seon Call ESTELLE POLAK Catering Manager Seville Also Available Strictly Kosher Cafe inj JEllerson 2-2511 OCEANFRONT. tttr. TO 10th STREETS. MIAMI 8EACH • I til • CI A %  At


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Bday. June 2, 1961 &f Jewish noridiain Pass Law to Check Splinter Parties Page 7-A Continued from Page 1-A rs stringent restrictions on new irties and the clause was approved by votes ot the other parties. The new Liberal Party also voted against the clause on ground that it was undemocratic, because it allegedly favored vested interests against newcomers to the political arena. The clause provides that the amount to be forfeited will be only 1,000 of the IC500C deposit in the evortt the list is invalidated by the Israel central election committee. eluding employees of a municipallity, the Jewish Agency and (he Jewish National Fund, applies to any employee of a public body who has the power to make administrative decisions. Such persons The measure barring election w '" DC barred from electioneering, eering by public servants, inPublicly or privately SHIPPING for Modern Israel HAIFA HARBOR has been the fastest growing port on the Mediterranean in post war years. Israel's commerce alone accounts for much of this great growth. Its exports have increased 9-fold, its imports 2-fold, its shipping tonnage 30-fold since 1949. 4- j %  NOW MADE IN ISRAEL as well as in the U. S. THE '61 JLfMMl/L BYSTCDEBAKER Cooling into Haifa by ship are great quantities of raw materials and parts for Larks and Champ trucks, manufactured by Studebaker in a great modern plant nearby. And going out of Haifa harbor, you see a flow of these vehicles to many countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia —an important contribution to Israel's expanding export trade. Also, as you drive from the Lake Hulc district in the North clear down to Eilat on the Red Sea, you will see made-in-Israel Larks --automotive excellence that outperforms, out-comforts and outstyles all other compacts became they are identical to U. S. made Larks in every respect! Test-drive the "61 Lark at your Studebaker dealer and you'll discover for yourself it's the greatest compact of all. The 112 horsepower of its new ram-induction motor is fed with huge overhead Valves to give you a new kind of power and response. Or for even greater power, choose the Pure Oil Economy Champion Lark V-8 —up to 2-5 hp. In addition, the '61 Lark has a new automatic transmission for smoother starts with remarkably even acceleration and steady cruising. And a new kind of driving security, too! Ground-level balance on curves, completely firm and stable. N'cw luxury, roominess and durability throughout because more than .60 great advances arc yours in the dynamic '61 Lark! See the '61 Lark for yourself before you even consider any other compact...it's the value buy of the year for every need, every taste, every pocket book. You have to drive Tlie Lark to believe it! The Lark is available in seven body styles—2 & 4-door Sedans and 2-door Hardtop (all Sedans and Hardtop available with optional sun roof), 2 & 4-door Wagons, Convertible &; the expansive new longer wheclbase 4-door Cruiser (luxury car of the compact class). SEE...PRICE...TEST-DRIVE THE LARK AT YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER-TODAY! *"* i



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June 2. 1961 +Jenisli tturkHwn Page 9-A budgeting Conference : orms Special Unit ins committee meetings. The LCBC' is composed oi nprcsentaBy Special Report YORK—In a move 1o ihen its joint hudsc: and proreview process with 12 na... ,1 oversea.agencies, the City Budgeting Conference jstablished standing commit[with responsibility for year:ontact with individual agen was announced this week by J. Fox. cl Baltimore. LCBC In an. establishing specialized corn's. Fox slated, the LCBC to deepen understanding oi pencics and make possible < xihle schedules lor meetthereby relieving overcrow dndas at plenary sessions and i: raduation Set Beth Torah nual graduation exercises of fcligious school of Beth Torah regation will take place Sun[l0:30 a.m., highlighted by the intation of a cantata, "in FreeFs Light," the story of Jewish ributions to American lite, died by Mrs. Samuel Mendelo [and Mrs. Michael Gruen. \tb\ Max A. Lipschitz will ot't'iand Louis Schwartzman, di[ir ol Bureau of Jewish Educawill award diplomas to the 24 luates. Iroki Wolk. president of the conlation. will offer greetings, and ii L Seidel. chairman of the \t\ of education, will coordinate presentation of tl awards which been established by the conIc''.! organizations of the synapr and by members ol the conla tion. Jiraham J. dittelson. ef [congregation, will award the lot's own diplomas. ("aduates are Aaron Abramo\!an Allschulcr, Alar. BarkBruce Bennett, Ronald Blonder. feiael Borenstein, Toby Cavell. piild Goodman, Joel Creenhill. 5t'.:. Haber. Iris Hamburg, Rikki %  llarrie Klion. Charles I Bennet Levine, Jeffrey pnond, Stephen Rakusin. George i i r, Michael Segall. JonShamres, Joseph Solove, raylor, Stev( n Weinii n Wolfe. live.oi 23 of the largest Jewish welfare funds in the United States. The committees will study material relating to their respective agencies, and meet with agency persone:. It is expected that these committee activities will help the national organizations pressnt a clearer picture of their activities at the full LCBC budget review sessions. Harold Thurman. a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, serves chairman of the B'nai B'rith National Youth Services Appeal, participating in the review. The LCBC was established in 1948 by eight large city federations and welfare funds to create an orderly and elficient process for .joint review of budgets and programs of national and overseas agencies. Participation ol member communities and cooperating agencies is voluntary, and recommendations of the LCBC are advisory in nature. Each community determines for ltseif the extent of its support tor the agencies. The LCBC reports are distributed throughout the country by the Council of Jewish Federa' tions ard Wcllare Funds. Hebrew Uncv* Librarian to Speak Dr. Shelmo Shunami, librarian of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and of the National Library ol the State of Israel, will speak at a reception in his honor Thut night. June 8. at the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. o200 Alton rd. Mr and Mis. Rifkin are founders oi the new campus of the Hebrew University, and have donated S2">.(iio to the Solar Energy Research Center, which is being sponsored by the South Florida Friends of the Hebrew University. Dr. Shunami is in the United States at the invitation of Harv?rd University, where he is reorganizing the Hebrew Section of the Harvard Library. He is now visiting relatives in Gainesville, Fla., and will come here for the reception at the Rifkins' home to meet with leaders of the Ameri can Friends of the Hebrew University. Dr. Shunami directs the Zotroth ha-Golah (Treasures of the Dias pora 1 Department of the Hebrew University Library. A new building housing the national library id Israel was computed this year on the main campus at Givat Ram, a suburb of Jerusalem. Dr. Shunami was largely responsible for tracking down and recovi ing the boks which Alfred Rosenberg ha I looted throughout Europe for the Naz in order to set up ins library of "academic anti-Semitism." After World War II. Dr. Shunami arranged for the transfer of more .than 10)0.000 books lrom Germain to Israel. UM Student Wins Award The winner of the tirst William M. Spire award lor outstanding achievement in advertising at the University of Miami was announced this week by Dr. Edward J. Fox. chairman of the Marketing Department of the university. She is Carol B. Aaronson, of Miami. In addition to having her name permanently engiaved on the plaque at the university. Miss Aaronson receive,! a personal Irophj The award will be given each semester Uthe student who displays the greatest aptitude and ability in advertising and marketing. Associate Prof. Frank M. Dunbaugh, of the Marketing Depart ment of the university, worked c! sely with Spire in the development oi the award am! the qualifi..-. tud< nl must possess to he i igible for it. Program Will Feature Play Temple Emanu-El's daily religious and Sunday school classes will j hold closing exercises Sunday at 10 a.m. The program will feature a special presentation, "Moses in Egypt." written by Charles S. Becker and directed by Cantor Hirsh Adler and Trixie Levin. Cast involves Tamar Brenner. Susan Bcssey. Teddy Borkan. Mlchele DeVorkin. Terry Diamond, Barry Fricdhoplcr. Jan and Mondv Gars. Selma Gimmelstein, MartyHarris, iris Horowitz, Michael Insler, Eileen Kaplan. Michael Mintzer. Frances Nisscn. Celia Nash. Gale Plotkin, Jennifer Rand, Steven Rubin, Joel Richelson, Susan Silver. Joy Schull. Arlene Shier. Marsha Shleimer. .Marsha Talianoff. Wendy I'nger. Steven Unger, and David Wollock. Music director is Mrs. Joseph Schreibman. SUPERIOR SlA:',P a SEAL WORKS MA>'V?£CWRZR5 OF M^R STAMPS COZFQW^K SEALS end I^PVIS CHASLiE MERZ, Owner NOW LOCAUD AT 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 s. (pabnMJL ROOFING CO. SI T.an hi Miami Meant Dependability Re-rooflnq ft Repairs All Type Roof* — Sine* 1920 ASK FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON ROOFING Phone FR 3-6244 To Serve You is Cur Plecs re Ed. J, Vssc!iS Ret! Estate in Ai. its Branches 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUl Phcne PL 4-4661 LEO EISENSTEIN'S PLATFORM TO BOOST BEACH BUSINESS MIAMI BEACH is ot a crossroads — our economy is sagging and needs to be strengthened and revitalized— our City Government must find solutions to problem* thot hove been by-possed in the past—to do this we must have strong business representation on our City Council Here is what I propose to do os your representative. 9 TOURISM — Establish by act of the City Council a MIAMI BEACH TOURIST AUTHORITY patterned ofter the highly successful Port of New York Authority which revitalized that city's post-war exoansion of facilities. Provide the new MIAMI BEACH TOURIST AUTHORITY with funds to vigorously promote Miami Beoch, its hotel and convention facilities. # TAXES H old the line on taxes for residents of Miomi Beoch but expect thot businessmen with on urgent stoke in our community's economy will contribute to revitalizing our neglected tourist promotion # SERVICES — Toke such steps os moy be necessary to force Metropoliton Government to give Miomi Beoch its fair share of county services in proportion to the overwhelming tox burden carried by our City's residents ond businessmen, or to reduce taxes. # ZONING — Keep strictly within the highest loning stondords to preserve the character of our City and to &f ,ght in the Courts any and oil selfish attempts to vie.. lote or change our zoning regulations for the benetit of any private interest. • SEPARATE COUNTY — Continue and strengthen our effort to be a separate county, which is so important to our economy. 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Friday. June 2. 1961 fJenisli nuridian Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Prof. Kohn Seen Full of Praise For Toynbee Study of History Diplo-as were awarded May 23 to 19 graduates cf the Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau ot Jewish Education. Graduation exsrc.ses took place at the 20th annual meeting c: the Bureau at the DiLido hotel. Sitting (left to right: are Jessica Hurwitz, Carolyn Gray. Linda Millar, Elaine Edelman, Edith Kauirr.an, Pamela Beckman. Rita Pollack, Barbara Toback, Elaine Bass. Standing are Rabbi Shimon Azulay, instructor, Mark Granoff, Phyllis Kellner, Barbara Cypen, Diann Resnick, Marcia Cohen, Herbert Berger, assistant director, Enid Bolker, Martin Salt, Frank Miller, Myron Mass, Richard Vogel, Rabbi Albert Gottesman, instructor. Kennedy, Gurion Meet for Talk in N.Y. Cortir.ued from Page 1-A here also were visits to his hotel by Adla Stevenson, chairman of the r." ted States delegation to tht> United Nation ; Mr.-. Eleanor Roosevelt; a number of other prominent Americans; and Labor Secretary Arthur Goldberg. Tuesday morning, Mr. Ben-Gurion mei again briefly with ogden Reld, former American Ambassador to Israel. Mr. Keid paid a courtesj call on the Premier, al though he had already seen Mr. Ben-Gurion on Monday, when the Israeli 'fader arrived here from Canada at the International Air port. Israel would welcome Russian adheslci to the tripartite declaration issued in 1950 by the United States, France and Britain, guarantee. • %  <: the inviolability of the borders of Israel and her Arab neighbors. Prime Minister BenGurion stated in Montreal prior to his departure for the United States. "I can't say whether this is likely," he said, "but it is not impossible." The Israeli leader flatly rejected Arab-Israeli meditation by a third party. If both sides wanted peace, he said, and he expressed the certainty that Israeli does want peace, then they would be able to come to an agreement without any meditation. It the Great Powers. "East and West." declared themselves in favor of preserving "the integrity and independence" ot all Middle Eastern states, "such a move would serve to reduce sharply the tensions in the area which are on the rise again." Mr. Ben-Gurion emphasized. He made these statements at a press conference. Israel, declared Mr, Ben-Gurion. Is nol formally allied to either side in the cold war. but it is morally committed to the defense of all human freedoms. He denied press j reports, however, that he intended ( t o ask President John F. Kennedy, whom he met in New York on Tues 1 day. to propose to Russia's Premier Nikita Khruschchev that the USSR join the West's 1950 tripartite declaration. Such reports, he said, are "only speculation." adding: "This is not the purpose of my trip." His Canadian visit, he declared, was for the purpose of mobilizing Canadian support for peace in the Middle East, emphasizing his view that Canadian influence is very powerful in international affairs. EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian: A blistering editorial on the "ill favored American Council lur Judaism" appeared in the May 4 Issue of New York's American Exam iner. The editor expressed in vibrant prose what myriads ot Jews feel. In these latter days when treason bares its evil face among' nations celebrated for loyalty and patriotism it should not be surprising that we too have Quislings and saboteurs in this "odious or; ganization" of -reckless Jewish anti-Semites." It is natural. I suppose, tor Jewish anti-Semites to laud Gentile anti-Semites. In the book review section of the Sunday Times of .May 17, Prof. Hans Kohn reviews the. 12th volume of Prof. Arnold Toynbee's, "A study of History." He is full of praise for the historian who downgrades Jewry at the risk I of writing nonsense. This pundit of the American Council for Ju i daism pounces avidly on the reconsidered opinion of Toynbee about I Jews being "fossils." Even Council members, in spite of their sellhate.do not relish this epithet. After 40 years of research, Toynbee discovers what is old stuff to students that "the Jew. tsiDiaspora was an immensely fertile period from Philo and the Babylonian Talmud to H3ssidism and the astonishing productivity rf emancipated European Judaism." When the anti-Semite shifts hi> ground and becomes complimentary, one should probe for the reason. A change of mind maj mean elimination of hatred. The emergence of Israel must hav;> made Toynbee's face red. Quite an accomplishment for "fossils." So he finds a pretext lor changing his fossil theory, at the same time undermining the Jewish state. If the Diaspora has been so stimulating to Jews than why Israel? "Beside-." quoth the Englishman, "Israel is the cause of a crime a:; monumental as the Nazi liquidation gees." Toynbee undoubtedly begrudges •he Jews their state. For them th I Galut. with its inferior status and per ecu!.mis. is good enough, a solution applauded by his au> lence of Arabs and American Council for Judaism. HARRY SIMONHOFF Miami 'Learn to Swim 1 Course at GMJCC H th* learn ; > swim" program summer day camps conicted '.:.. the Greater Miami Jewish Coi munit) Center is successful this ummer. 500 boyand girls v.ill b( i ertified sw immers al the nd "1 ~.e ca;n;> season, Ace ; ng children from tour and me ha I o 12 years of age in the progi the Center will aim to have : i non-swimmers achieve at I leasl beginning swimmer status, and to have all beginners move on I" advanced levels of ability. All four camps will feature Red CrossI lalified waterfront safety instructors in charge of the swimming program. Some penlngS still remain for those interested in enrollment at I severa) cf these camps, it was reported Wednesday. There are : present!] openings in certain age, levels at the Miami Branch. 450, -SW I61h ave.; Southwest Branch,; 7213 Coral Way; and Miami Beach Branch. :536 Bay rd. Registration! has been completed at the North; County Branch, and no further en-j ioilmen'.are being take there ton the opering half ot camp. Day camp season will be opened i by the Center simultaneously at j all four locations on Mondav. June t 19. and will be continued until Friday. Aug. 11. Camps will be in op-, cration Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children bring a packaged lunch and are provided with milk mid an afternoon snack. Pick-up* service is available. Other special events to be fea-i lured at the camps include camp, carnivals. talent hunts. Indian camp fires, water shows, cookouts, nature hikes, and a few overnight outings at Greynolds Park. Regular daily activities also include athletics, games, dramatics, singing and storytelling Mum on Jews Continued from Page 1-A consequences," it was learned here this week. The OAS warning threatens "reprisals" against all Europeans who leave Algeria even for summer vacations, having announced it will bomb and loot the homes of all who leave even temporarily. The warning by the OAS is viewed here as a serious threat to Algerian Jews, many of whom have already regis-j tered for emigration to France orj t(. Israel. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds 90 towards support of the Home. You may contribute, take a tax deduction or we will pay cash for same. Remember we are NOT a profit-making organization We are helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you are helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use all your outcasts or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 3-2338 Closed Saturdays GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 M.W. 10th Av. FR 3-7110 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later. •'Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Re-Elect JUDGE Kenneth Oka Miami Beach needs his leadership on the City Council IM P .1 Mv The TREND is to JUDGE MALVIN ENGLANDER On June PuH Lever FROM SOUTH SHORE TO NORTH SHORE IT'S Englander JUDGE ENGLANDER • President, Zionists • President, Jaycees • Past Master, Masons • Justice of the Peace • Democratic Committeeman • Officer, Elks Will Bring the Sincerity and Integrity of the Bench to Council ENGLANDER 1M i-i.i Adv. TRAMORE Private Pool Beach and Cabana Colony HOTEL /rite For Information and Reservations At 24lh ST., MIAMI BEACH Air-Conditioned Rooms Private Beach and Pool Parking on Premises Cocktail Lounge Dining Room Entertainment $' Daily Per Pars. Dble.Occ. JE 1-0331



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riMw*£m*'?&y: *;.iw?v ; : *I -ifc\ j *^* ; ?-*^^s' ^H -• ^r Paqe 14-3 *Jtnislh fkridFto* Friday, Jung J : -i Justice ThornaS Eyes Employment Issues; Vocational Service Install Officers In an addn ss delivered al the third annual dinner of the Je\ Vocational Service, Just ee ampbell Thorna.1, Supreme Court, S1 of Florida, outlined major areas be utilized by public and private agencies in combating the chronic unemployment of handicapped persons "especially in times such as now. when overall unemployment is at a critical level in the Greater Miami area." Speaking before the JVS meeting in Miami Springs Villas. Justice Thornal emphasized that there are two basic assumptions underlying the formation of special job placement programs for the handicapped He pointed out that, first, "every member of a democratic | society has an inherent right to the opportunity to earn a living and to make his contribution to society Second, society has an obligation through its public an.i private organizations, such as the Jewish Vocational Service, to equalize as best it can. by special services to the Cancer Institute's New Director Dr. Papanicolaou Dr. George N. Papanicolaou. known the world over as Dr. •Pap." has accepted the ( ship of the Cancer Institute at Miami. Leo Ackerman. president, and James Albert, vice president and chairman of the Institute's building committee, annou.nc ed this week. Dr. Papanico0r p opon icolooo laou. who has been supervising completion of the Institute's research department. will assume his duties as director about Oct. 1. It is expected -hat the new research facilities and laboratory and cytology training school facilities will be complete! at time also, according to arenitecM Stewart Skinner Associates and Henry J Nelson, engineer. Anticipated extensive grants will be made by the American Cancer Society for research under Dr. Papanicolaou. who is expected to bring with him the world's top cancer research personalities. disabled persons tunitj 0 earn '•'' PP r unit) P ssessed • %  "" dls members of M Justice Thornal listed several easons I >r chrome unemployment. and the one stressed most was discrimination against the disabled md the aged. "It is an unfortunate ruism," he said, "that when unemployment is at Us peak, the aged md the disabled are the first to lose : heir jobs. On the other Slue of the .oin, they are the last to be hired ,vhen employment is on ihe rise. This, the Justice staled, "is a poor economical method of doing 1 usiness. The problems of disability m chronic disease and aging 'have a significant relationship to community welt a re. "Chronic unemployment of the disabled and the aged results in the form of a decrease In their tax payments, reduced purchasing power, and generally lowered social tona. Unproductiveness results in a loss of wealth and income for the individual and makes it necessary for the community to help support him and his family." Orovitz Named Vice Chairman Of United Fund Individual Gifts Unit A1AX OROVITZ Dr. Papanicolaou. bright-eyed 78year-young Cornell University medical school scientist, is the internationally renowned discoverer of the smear test for detection of uterine cancer. The vaginal test Is universally known as the "Pap test."" Herman A. Binder, chairman of the education committee of the Institute, said that "we expect to make the Cancer Institute of Miami a world Mecca for cancer research."' Arthur S. Rosiehan. Federation executive director, installed the following as officers: President, Clemen J. Ehrlich; honoiar> incident. Sam J. Heiman; vice presilents Barney Bernstein. David M Bloomberg, Mrs. Charles P. Fein berg and Marshall S. Harris; treasurer. Charles Heruoff; and secretary, Mrs. Sam Stark. Board ot directors installed tor i three-year term were David M (loomberg, Herbert Blumberg. Mr.-. Jack Chernau. Sidney Efronion Dr David Gateman. Eugene Heiman. Morris Hoftman, Maurice Hvnian. Manuel Lubel. Mrs iam Stark. Murray Turetsky, and Albert Quadovv Sam Luby, |r acting chairman >f the awards committee, presentid plaques for •' "'Serv .ce" to Saul : I : ,1" %  • if. Ace Leter Service; Ezra MUlstejn, Caryl Richards, inc and t i Har Id, Irving and Jack Rubin. All-Miami Press • ues were also presented to he following employers "for ice in pr *ng jobs or in helping I i find jobs be hand: Durward Harreil. Jordan Marsh Co ; Paul Clifford. Food Fair s; Harold G •-> Jackson'sByrons; and Belvin Friedson, Miami Barber College Beachite Wins New Awards Still another honor has beei ulded to the long list of awards •arned bv Richard 'Dick: Kirsh >erg. son of Mr. and Mrs aliltoc [virshberg. ot Miami Beach ; ,. campaign t. -aise .tor 40 affiliated IT agenc --. M Announced b> Edw. !" -\ jr., general cam:a n orovitz will serve s ^ c c ^] man of the Indii '^Z\ sion which is concerned wi the solicitation of sifts f $M0 otmow from individual contributor*. The a ttorney.banker.industri.lit h received many awa'ds for h. civ : c endeavor*. In l he was cited by the Nationa CM*m of Chrlrtlane and Jews, in m*. he was presented *n %  "•*** me rit from Ihe Amer.ca..Israel Chamber of Cerrnwree. Ml* ** %  ami Beach Taxpa**'* Assn. awa-ded h,m an %  O.-s'anding Citizen's olaqoe in Hi*, and m I960 he was reeOflitiied a "'standing Civic L*aa*r of the Year." Program chairman tor the dinner was Mrs. Gerald P. Solw Members ot ber committee were Mrs Eugene Heiman and Mrs Sam Stark Lloyd L Buskin stepped down from the president's post which he occupied --.nee the agency became an independent organization in October. 1958. r For Your Convenience ..• Once-A-Week £,en,rg Hours MAIN OFFICE open MONDAYS and BRANCH OFFICES on FRIDAYS 9 am to 8 pm We're open all other weekdays from 9 am to *:3Q om VA • • • • • %  • He was selected recentlj as ont •f the two United State.students vho will participate In debates igainst students at universities ii Great Britain The other stu is Joseph Coole, of the I'niversitv if Alabama The debates will be he'd during February and March. 1962 and are sponsored by the institue 0! international Educati Kirshberg. a senior at Northwestern University, was recommended by the faculty there on the basis of academic achieveand participation in campus activities. Topics will include current international events philosophy and humor. Richard mas n stulent, lead bates a Miami ;' Mien he was lfi Jon Ser jui. b th juniors i on I'A ards th :Speech Assti nent an I Stud it sburg. Miss lie w as als ....... National Forensic Lt member of St n ithers Acceptinj ship at Ni i hwesl i'.am Welsh, J: Salina, Kan he first fresl m win th; Xa tional Collegiate Debate pionship at Wesi Poini went on to repeat the '• ictorj l following year In 1960, he was elected to presidency of the Student Bod>, and was appointed by J. Roscoe Miller, president of NU, to the Council on Undergraduate Life. The same year he celebrated his 21st birthday and shared the huge cake sect by his parents with h;s Plu F.psilon Pi brothers Another gut from the Eurshbergs to Dick is a tour of Europe this summer alter graduation In June, and in the fail — Harvard law school. He has served as i Urector of the immunity Chest, forerunner of ... ( nited Fund, and Helped found he CF for which ha served a '--.dent and is currently a direc'..,and life member He has also i ;president >f Mt. Sinai mber. Da de C wrdlnat. ng Commission; member. Metro,rter B ard; director. mmissi n; president, Temnie Israel of Miami; md pi ssident, : ner Miami Jewish F (deration. orovitz is presently president of Ufred Destin C the Board tries; treasurer ind af*J development C ., Rusoro Corp.; chaii ooard of Mt. Sinai i'. member of the Da le -;,. velopmen* Commission. Harper's Report Puts Spotlight On Arab Bigot By Special Rscort NEW YORK—Ol ced millions lews are mortal ouched off riots iverthrow of Midd istern ; %  rnments. inspired fineries and pipelines luring 1956 Suez affair, i riven Mm innew heights of frenzu against the French in A Ig ha, asd convinced a multitude thai Baghdad Pact is an rable instrument of Western imperij. William S. Ellis, an American journalist living in Lebanon, revatu in the June issue of Harper's Magazine the untold story of Mimed Said, the young general manager >f the Voice of the Arabs, powerful propaganda outlet if ; United Arab Republic MMfAJW :.MdiZ "As the leading voice n -J: I in an area where radio is fr ing influence on more than f -< million persons, the maiorit> a : whom are illiterate or sem.• erate, Ahmed Said is in an incsc parable position to moid HlM "j anc 1 actions favorable to the oc cies of Nasser," writes 5 I in addition to J fifteen-mi "commentary" on the : ports Bills. Said produ %  in noon program called "Truths I L es An announcer will I for instance, a new -paper | ivoi tide to !-: I another one of Nasser's rivals the Arab world. That, ot course Ahmed Said then i late the -Truth masterfully timed. is heard by n l seeking a stimulanl l ;: ng Using vituperai 5 and ravii manner. Said is lis ners to a From *c "One ol Ihe Notion's' Oldest and La-ges*' a0ade Federal JAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON, President 5 Conve.n.ett Offices Serve Dade County I r,*.*.-rv* FXi-vEI) 165 MILLION D-.LLA^S Wieder Raps Dodge Port In a letter sent this week to property owners on Hibiscus, Star and Palm Islands. Bernard Wieder. candidate for the Miami Beach City Council, said that "I am vehemently opposed to the of the Dodge Island Seaport, which is the greatest boondoggling projeel of all times." He "-u_ it be ""converted into a super recreation area to serve the whole community." Wieder is running for a teal on the city council • fune 6 election. BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on WKAT-FM Brought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers F'om Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION



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f, June 2. 1961 "" •LEGAL NOTICE -Jew Ist ncridfinn Paqe 15-A BOUNTY JUDGES COURT FOR OAOE COUNTY IRlDA. IN PROBATE No. 45331 tat.il %  CORDASEV fced if INTENTION .Tft.MAKE [•PLICATION FOR DIST-RIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Wn:il i • %  .ml Pel i-i.in |.,i }n and Final Discharge as r -' %  %  "i And) CorB 1 "'' '' %  '•' l ; 'l'l'l> to III. 1 %  M. i idgeg 0 f | p.,,,,. •' "I '. T i |>|iriM al ol said P' I ind for distribution and %  large I Executor of the 'I"ah '* %  -named decedent J •:[. P KTE A •.: R< isiriv.-. din ml I leach, Florto re: -' %  • said name I th of the Circuli Court ol y, Flu i %  A BlRi '• K • Owner IRGAREr i KES 50 Owner oldal ein *L I 'a< sler orRag itrants gler Ki — NE 5-0618 5/19-26, ii 2-9 There's nothing like a vacation in Florida, Becky, to relax and aet away from it all.' NOTICE UNDER 'ITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN thai iKtied, leslring t,. engage In .der the fictitious name ol A PLA -'' %  PERMANIZING ,i: S Normandy Drive, Miami P > rid.'i. intends to reglstei with %  ; i "lerk of the Cir%  if Hi le I '•mini. Florida. 'i:s i, ..; -IKINALD It. HrRMCH r Jai le I.. Macl lonnld ie Boulevard Floi idn S 19-28, ii 2-9 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE licit 'i Df ] [ LK.I.OTICE UNDER %  T10U3 NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN that gned, desiring to engage In der i lie f -iilous name ol RES] V.RCH RANCH at Roa l, Miami. Florida tnrgistei v till name with the 1 he i !n ,• lit Court of I'llde I I iERBERT BRAUN Bole iw ner CAR! .v ROTH f .r Appllc .ut a • %  E 19-86, ii %  :-:• lei ) In or M. ki' %  >• II II E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EN^H JUO CIAL CIRCUIT OF "RIDA IN AND FOR OADE OU'.TY. IN CHANCERY No. 6IC 4935 V JHAN Bt'TLER, In) : •'. I %  i • HOl.fH BUTLER. t-iii Hi. OFOER TO APPEAR I. U'-iOI'H Ki MH.ril Bl'TLER, i %  • Ivory, Dublin, North Caro%  • • • reb> required to nerve a answer to a complaint %  in p lintiff's attorney lai '"•-. Room 302, l" N.K. Miami, Florida, on or be-'', 1961, otherwise a iit'i da} "i May, 1981. : LEA I*HERMAN, %  k of Circuit Court. Bj HELEN KE8SLER, i leputy 'lerk. &/19-26, 6/2-9 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IVEN7H JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF ILCRiDA IN AND FOR DADE -"•TV. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4?36 iv • KANAH 1 Win BANAH, • t.t C-RDER TO APPEAR 1 I I'WARD n \N A.-. 1082 Cass I • l.in-ii. ,' ii .tel, I letroit, are h • v required t" I'S o i answer to .. f* dlvon e on plaintiffs mde nes, Boon '> %  F .,ii.ia. and lnal i the Ii rk of this • be! • the 20th da) ol m i le i lit w ill I II %  -i you. Mi im PI .!,!.,. this iith 1961 %  %  % %  LE < ':• I;\IA\. 1 l< k of ( ir .it Court. • '• EN KEHSLER, Depu 3, 19-26, 6 --: %  IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4380 HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK, i Col ;",! at ion ••>>: -i ng ;i\der the I., vis of the State ol New Vmrk, Plaintiff, vs IS'RAEI. OOI.1D8TEIN and BETTE Gobi 'STEIN, his n e, 1 defendants NOTiCE OF SUIT ; T(.: ISRAEL GOLDS I'EIN in 1 BETTE G -i-i >s ri.::\ 13." Amerl 1 %  ( ; 'lace Krooklj n 10, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .1 still ha.been brought agalnm vou %  •> HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK In the ibove-entlt 1 lourt, to foreclose a mortgage en irabecing illfollowing described nropert>, to-wlt: l^n 21, Block ?", SECOND ADDITION TO !AROL CITY, according to the plat thereof, as r. -ded In Plat Book ni. at i>a;;r 78, Sheet 1. of the public records of Dude County, Florid 1 anil you are required to file your answer with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court tit K.i.ie Count*, Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before June 13, 1981, and to serve a COP) of lUCh answer upon DAVID P, CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney, whose addresv is nth Floor at 101 East Flugler Sir.—', Miami ;:L'. Florida, on or before said date, as ,rei|uir.-l b) the Laws o( Florida, If you fail t>. do so. the complaint will be taken a.s confess.-d l>> you and a Decree Pro Confess > win be entered against >ou for th^ relief demanded in th compaint. DATED this !>ih dav of May, 1%1 E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court D.ide Count) Florida (seal) B) r: H LANWAY, Depot) Clerk I A VII > 1' CATSMAN 14th Floor at 101 E. FiOgler St. Miami ;!.', Florida S 12-19-28, 6/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI OF FLORIDA IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4906 RUBY S. TODD, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM T TODD, I 'efen 1 int NOTICE 8V PUBLICATION TO: \\ 11.1.; AM T n > 'i • Residence u 11 know n You mi' hereby notified that a Con plain) for 1 •! •"'" e has been filed aga nsi j ou, and you ure re tuired (•• ., \,. a cop) at mr \ sw %  or Pleading t" the Complaint, ind you are r>.quired t 1 file the 0 Igli il Vnswei 01 !* %  • ,.1111-; In he offl %  if the Clei k ol th abo\. i.i.i: %  ". 12-19-26, 8 8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 1813 EDWARD I. Mi IRAN. Plaintiff, \ s IOANNE M FREELAND MORAN, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE T11 JOANNE M. FREELAND MORAN 36H Merchant Street Barro, W,-mont You are herebj notified that :• BUI ol Complaint for Divorce has been HUM against you, and you are required to serve 1 copy of your Answei or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint .111 the plaintiff's Attorneys, Klt'llMOND & FARBER, 1 Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida and file th Iginul Answer or Pleading in the office ot the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th dil) of June '.I'll li you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for thr reli.f demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice Shall be published once each week f.-r four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this :th day ol May, A D. I!>61. E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dude County, Florida (seal) B): R H RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk .".'1L -I!i-L i,. 1; 2 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEFD File No. 52164 Notice is hereby given that Nathaniel w. sieRei holder as assignee of City of Miami Tan Sale Certificate Numbered 109. duted the 2nd day of lime, AD. I9G8, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with law Said Certificate embraces the following descrlhed nroperty, situated in Made County Florida. tO-Wlt: Lot 1, Block 1. Less E 2" St. Royal Palm Gardens., Plat Book 7, I'age 71, in the City of Miami, County of Bade, sta'e ol Florida. The assessment of said property order the Certificate issued was in the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall he redeemeii according to law, ta\ deed will issue thereon .,n the I I'h da) of .lime. A.M. 1961. Baled this 9th da) of May, All 1961 i: B. LEATHERMAN. clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: R, M. LEbt'EK, Beputi Clerk 5/12-19-26, •'• 2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREB\ GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaae in business limb 1 the fictitious 11am,,f HANDY WASH at 1„ N w. .1, Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said mime w Ith the Clei .-•'.. 1 • ;•eiiit Court ot Bade I'ountv, Florida CURTIS 8, HASTINGS E. DELIGHT HASTINGS Sol-1 inn,,.. CAIN A ISIS Utornej s f.,r Applicants WO W. Plagler St 26, 8/2-9 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN H it the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious 1 imi ••• SIRCALL TR VDING CO a' Chan %  .•• %  %  f Comnierc-e Building, Miami Intend to register sn Id na me a I'h tl r erl of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v I'li-rula. ALPONSl 1 RAMON SIR \ PR M vi • >Si 'AR 1 >i "TAVli' LOPEZ-CALLEIA i'i Z( I MURRAY 7.. KLEIN A n e> f r ,r Aptilicants US S'eybold Bidg. 5/12-1 B28, 6 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! t'Jenasf ttoridttaHn solicits your leqal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I I. 3-M,05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN that the undei signed ng *.o en 1 buslni ss undei the flctl AAON CONSTRUi'TION • I2"7 N V, iTih A ve Mil ni, l": rlda .: tends to register .1 Id name with th, i: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th,im.i. • signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of of PARK'S REFRIGERATION \AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE: PARK'S All: CONDITIONING SERVICE: PARK'S All: CONDITIONING at Ti N.W. ."th Street, Clt) of Miami Intends to resist! r said names with the Clerk of 111Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES 11. BARKS GEORGE, AMES & RITTER Attorneys for Chai les 1. Parks 1150 K.W. 1st St Miami _^ •". 26. 'i 2-9-\r, 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 DANNER, Pin intiif. Vs FRED THOMAS DANNER, 1 iifendam SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FRED THOMAS DANNER *-••> Maryland Av >nue st i.oiii>. Missouri You FRED THOMAS DANNER arc hereby notified that a Bill if Complain! for Divorce has been filed I against you, and you are required serve u cop) of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint ..11 th. plaintiff's Attorney, ANGELO A At.1 100 Ainsle) Building, Miami 32, Plor1 Ida, and file the original Answer or I Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit 1 'ourt on 1 r before the L'Ktli day of June, 1841. It Mm fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each we.k for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this {3rd dav ol Max. A.D. 1961. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida 'seal) B) : M CAVALARIS, Beput) Clerk ANGEIX1 A A 1,1 i"'i A Insley Building Miami 112, Florida Atim ii.> for Plaintiff 6 26, 6/2-9-16 the Circuit Couri PI la SAIL M V NDELL Si %  ). 1 ,-. nei •'. 2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52868 C IN RE: Estati ol N ATHA N N TRAUMAN I eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'er.:,Having Claims ,,r Demands Against Sftiid Estate: You ore hereby notified and requlred to present in) claims and demands which you may '.i.\,against the estate of NATHAN N, TRAUMAN deceased late ol Dade County, F^rIda, to thCounty Judges ol Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the Count) Co rthouse in Dade 1 'ountj IT itida, within • [hi calendar mouths from the late ol the first publication hereof, or the sume will be bai red PRANCES I •'. TR M VAN. ICxei I' ISEPH A. VON ARX Attorne) 502 I'.IM .n ii.Building Miami. Florida 16, 6 %  %  -:-16 IN .LTHE. .IRCUIT COURT OF THE Hy^NTH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT OF |fLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY ,, No 61C 5040 1 n MARSHALL, 1 tiff, EN M, MARSH \1.L, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION HELEN •• V VHSHAI.I.. a 1and resldem e 136 Washington ,""%  Woodb 11 .. New Jersey, are I I li file iswei to the -Ith the clerk ol the abov serve •• cop) tl %  hen, • • ney, 1305 C >n '. Florl %  I en 1 .1 %  > 12th 1 I NAN. It ol B H > k'ESSLER 5 19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52681-A IN RE: Estate of .MAIN FORM AN KNOWLES .i-ed NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Cl .imot lh-n-., 1 Against Said '-ate. \ .. ire herein nottrled and renuir: to present anj claims and demands ed to 1. which you ma) have igalnst the es. : ,.. .,; %  ALVIN FO IM \N KNOWLKS • 1 %  %  County, Ida, I mnty J idges of Coui Count) Flor D id< same In thelc • h iuse In Bade aithln eight ; ''" %  %  %  %  \ 1 \ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 61C 4684 C.UEI.PH R ELBING, Plaintiff, \ '•• >RIS PATRIC1 v Ki.r.l.Ni;. Defen lanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DORIS PATRICIA ELBI.NU gOi.1 list Street Ja< kson Heights, Lon Island New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to irve i copy of your answer to the complain' for divorce filed against \'\i on Plaintiff's attorneys. FAUNCE, FINK ,< FORMAN, 1502 Congress Building. Miami :',L', Florida, and to rite 'he original thereol with the .'lerk of the above Court on or before the 12th da) of June, 1981, otherwise .1 Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you DATED this
on. and > ou are required to serve a cop) of your Answei or Pleading t.. the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, Goldman. Goldstein & Paczler, 230.1 West Flagier Street, Miami 35, Florida and file tinoriginal Answer or Pleading In the office of tl • c'.erk of the Circuit curt on or before the 26th da) ol 1 MI. 1961. If % %  1 fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against von fir th. relief demanded In the %  1 'ompla r • This imi ii • iihall be publlsl ed onci each week for foui consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Il.' >RII HAN DONE AND IRDERED at M a nl I FI01 Ida, tins 24th dn) ol May, A D 1 1961. E, B LEATHERMAN, 1 'lei I 1 'iri nil 1 'ourt, 1 >a le Count) Fl iridn (seal) Bj HELEN KESSLER, 1 >eput) Clerk Goldman, Goldstein & Pacsler 2303 West Flagler .--1 Miami :i Florida Vttorneys ror Plaintiff .". 26, 8 2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JLOGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 527SC-B RE: Estate of JACK MILLER I '.ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present an) claims ind demands which you nut) have igalnst the estate of JACK MILLER deceased Iat6 of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges oi Dade County, and the the sun. in their offices In the c i.\ 1 %  ourihoiise iii 1 lade Coun I Ida, within eight calendar months from tbf date of the first publication hereof, or the sain,w :'.\ be haired SAMUEL BLANK GERALD SHELDON MILLER Lolls HEIMAN As Executors of the Estate of. Jack Miller, Decease 1 MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN By: Louis Helmon Attorneys for Execul Eleven Fifty Building 1130 S.W. 1st S-., Miami. Fla 26, I 2-9-18 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52583-A IN RE: Estate 1 BELLE RIFF I leceased. NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Vgalnsi Said Estate You are hereb) n itil led 1" i • %  • ed t" present an) 'aims i 1 which \ ou mn 1 : %  he es tale of BELLE i: FF d •-• 1 late oi 1 lade County, Firl 1 to the ty .Indues of I 'ail'o tity, 1" %  file the same In the • 1 the 1 y i ',,111 thousi 111 Dad 'out Ida, w iiliiM eighl from t In date of the fI 1 her, -of. or the san ISAA< l: 1 HARRY M. RtiSS, 913 Ainsle) Itldg., Mi Fli NOTICE L.NOER FICTITIOUS NAME L.AW NOTICE IS HEREBV OIV : N the undei signed, di business tind< the I xts nan PLAYMATES at D to register said na 1 •• with thi of the 1 'Ircull 1 'oui • -I 1 >ade 1 >unty, Florldu. STAN I'd .' ><>M Al. GADOL ;; 6 J-n-ii? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N11 tEBY GIVEN that riie urBi ';o In buslMNs under the fictitious SS6 \ v %  vi I tit en.Is ti with I adi County, 1 \ \ %  : ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OI'TFMTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at lit 3 -1 <; 0 5



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HMBsn^BB ^^^^H %  7^s?m**gfM. -----8-E *> tortsf fkrHter Friday, June 2, \%\ i tf.CVAN OF THE WEEK F %  M lis h^ 3 most itf by. It is her £ non. afie. rr. to as S g. Sam e a derby I at. which CJ • 'I raised Bosl a Masters degree, s he S that Be si t the drcj however, ar : .i | E %  moi r % %  White Silk Mist For V.rs. Wiener \ < sronS Mav 27 : at the Tei mony. Z i ian, 1100 NE LlOth s •he bride was Mrs irwin W tronof tonor. andi .i:. r : ves skir; Mil lei A Bnz er of i liter a %  v Goldbergs Will Live on B ach 1 nd Ed MrAlvin H I da era %  •... sented %  Sai be n lot t •: %  the • % %  has had to share her v it • A %  : en's Committee, Gr Mi imi i ter I E0I1H insta led for her second term as presi i eave a h< spital bed and return to it. That is th ... S he symbolizes I : B .b and V. are ised I ring the phor.e i t i They run ail her en i • cicer, %  \ is a : ;• itfa has j >in< I From looking at Edith's • complexion : %  would have ., .., a %  : ,. Margi lis I sports a swimmi ,. W(L s| such trit I inbuthing • i r relaxing, or car: It i, jusl lucky for Sam that R-andeis University • so far iway iause his very dedicated wif< Id no doubt b< I back to school late William Stom -ee a", first-hand how the wheels go round. THE GIRL NEXT DOOR She could have been the girl next door if she hadn't lived way out North Miami. Steve Margolis and Harriet Levy have been going I ether ever since they were in hi^h school. On June 12 they both I be receiving their diplomafrom the University of Miami, and i June 20. they will be getting a different kind of degree On that i. they will be married. Steve's mother. Sue 'Mrs. J B.i Margolis. is being kept in the di k about the party that her friends are having for Harriet on June 3 l the Roney Plaza hotel. It will be a luncheon and miscellane. us iwer (that covers a multitude of ideas' The hostesses are Mrs. Arthur Treister. Mrs. Herbert Abrams and Mrs. Fred Abrams (the} an sisters-in-law), Mrs. Butts Cohen. Mrs. Melv.n Goldstrom, Mrs >dore Firestone, Mrs. Charles Oppenheim and Mrs 1 Newton v.i nkle. Harriet's aunt. Mrs. Jack Knoblock. ol New York, who is ling for the wedding, will arrive in time for the lunche • : ,: j. MINI* Mr a I Mrs R berg wi! ihgat %  • %  :•: M .. %  • • [.I iai iaxonj I ed by a reci the h The parents ol thi are Mrs. Jeanette S nd St ( Rich, Eeubis Exchange Vows ,VRS. RICHAR1 V. 6010804 %  of Fl rida I p m Immisi esently an a i i h a i %  T: %  Mian B< [tended th liami. SEVENTY-EIGHT DAYS AROUND THE WORLD Sue (Mrs. Bernard" Stevens can now take a back seat as a t: i H.r mother. MrRose Feld, ju-t came home from a most exciting trip a und the world. She was on the Dutch ship Oranje She says thai I itch breakfast carries you all through the da> wil pang. In Vienna she met people who were relatr i of relatives which iurs< gave her a personal fi %  ling for that country To be in Vienna the same as gettin • i music; %  T Jl ol musu is on radio at all times. II wi p wheth • oul or si hotel and listen. In Australia she sav a • to ind watched i tives use the boomerang. She brought somi home to her grandchildren. In Russia, she spota to the same peopl that Sue had mel 0 her r. cent tri[> there Shi id Sue both ive I of conversation." A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY (".race and B. B, Goldstein had a houseguest in their new home B B.'s Bister Blanche 'MrChester) Ross flew in from Harrison, N to at'end the Temple Israel dinner where her father, Sain A, Goldstein, was being installed as president. Sir.ce Blanche had attended Temple Israel and been confirmed there, it brought back nostalgic memories I>rence is very active in Branded National Women's Committee. She ii immediate pas' president of the New York and Nev Jersey region Family dinner parties were in full sway — with the fir-t, of course, ,• the home of her mother and dad. Sam and Lena. \ELLOW IS TO GET A FELLOW it was a yellow kitchen shower at the Algiers hotel to honor N mcy Schonfeld. who is marrying Bennet Feldman The three hosi. sea, Mrs. David Phillips. Mrs. Fred Blau and Mrs. Leonard Jacob M •!. had a most unusual party. A bridal procession of dolls extended d • n the length of the table. Flower fruit picks held the place cards. Individual ceramic ash trays made by Dorothy Hlau carried out the ... ol Mr. Morris Beuhis. 1 i ColI ind Mark Rich lere i saturdaj eve[.Ma; t the Riti Plaza hoel %  ..M Rabl David Lehrfieltl of[icia The bride attended by Miss Wendy Rich, selected a ballennaheart-shaped length wedding go^n of imported the silk irganza and chantill) lace with i basque bodice, bracelet-length sleeves and a sabrina neckline. The circular bouffant skirt had appliqi es of chant illy lace The ridegr im, son of Mr. and Ml tm Rich 350 %  SW 10th St., is i gra : the University of Mi imi and a member of Beta Beta, i tional bioli gj nor r so< i •'> At :re I -eiltatran in S I Sec inty Aderved as fhe m : i MrRich is Vli imi .".each High led the University Her fiance is also a gi I ia; I Miami M .. „.,... Miami Senior High and is now a lhe R,tz plaza h >' oun C0U P ,e wlil ,Ive r >enior at the Univeit) I \\ %  ,: ; eremony, and the S. (' ___ He is a past member i ; Hurn. anes, AZA, and torn' r of South Florida LiiVu st.. No. Miami Bea< h. and M Mr.-. Mac Goldberg, 71) S dr.. Miami Beach The bride wore a chapel-l< peau de sole gown I % %  with aiencon lace and a diamond pendant. Bergs Announce Barbara's Troth Mr. and Mrs. William Berg, 7980 SW 17 st.. announce the engagement of their daught Bar Elaine, to Want n son oi Mr and Mrs : Bind.; 2390 SW 23 si The bride-to be .a idu Miami Senior II i ; more at the University She is a pa.-t member an ol Phi Delta Gamma MRS. MAKK RICH FOR RENT IN 2-ADULT HOME at 60 S.W. 58th Court Bright, Cheerful, Front Bedr.-n. Kitchen & Telepnon" ^ vilog< s Separate Entrance. Hea-. But on Corner. 3 Blocks from Pool & Park ONLY S40 PER MONTH MO 1-81 S3 BABY SITTERS ReliabU *nd willing Coral Gables Students RICHARD GERTMAN. 17 SUSAN GERTMAN. IS MO 1-6441 I ..CABANAS.. SPECIAL LOW RATES FUN t SUN All SUMMER 10HG Want to get away from the house, and nto the exciting whirl of hotel life? Become SEVILLIAN, join our Cabana Club. mmmESMmEnsmmsmBsasa FOR INFORMATION CAIL MR DON JE 2 2511 I x c: i. r i> i SOI NEWMANS MASSAGE 4 4 < IN YOUK OWN HEAITH PROGRAM 4 > A licensed Masseur 7111C 3i$t. Blvd. < [ MoH.Sat. 10 to 4 Ees& O,tcolls J pink and white colors at the luncheon tables. The yellow of the shower ^1??* !" }*!*???^ ;: Its was to go with the decor of Nancy's yellow kitchen Mrs. Albert ij^^j^^^^^j^^^^^^ Pollack came in wearing a yellow dress and carrying a va.-e with yellow plastic flowers. Among the forty guests were Mrs. Edward Sirkin. Mrs Arthur J.nngsam. Mrs. Lewis Julien. Mrs. Harry Lack. Mr.Isidore Hecht. Jack YounK, Mrs J. Bernard Spector, Mrs. Emil Isberg, Mrs. .\iorns Gidney, Mrs. Maurice Ro-e. and Mrs. Alan Feldman, mother oi the groom. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A Friendly and Gentle Atmosphere For Those Ton Lore" • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED %  • All ROOMS ON GROUND FIOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOl • SPACIOUS GROUNDS & SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rosenthal, Director-Owner Hormer AMI Dir lft. Blui Horn., Clemtaad uir. JeWUh Hume for Aged. 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-J^v t^k*?^ ^"TsS&f^ih^^^&Si %  % %  ~'i< Prre 23 > ^H l5# Fkrkfiari Fridoy, Juns 2 ^ll Cooking i G I orner %  %  1 %  %  %  %  ••""• %  re I rt than tab'n • c Aim si I : ".. .-;-.. i:. ( Icing it's 5 with SI bas an ay meals thai Ends an echo in the old Am Ft( m I chicken for Sun li recent years ; %  ultry br< • I .. j bas mad* such vances ;na: choice, fine-fleshed bin : ai y age required are easi 1 ..,.: le ai mes In general • .. • which the chicken is to \ k nes thetype which should be 1 Firsl I •< n Bit the broiler • fryers, l 1 to I and* ready-to-cook weight, very yi ung and tender enough to be prepared, athe name suggests, by broiling or frying. Next come the i amp hens known as pullets, up 1c 4 pounds ready-to-cook weight. which, like capons, are be^ roasttr And las: are the old fowl, rich flavor ana meaty, but no longer tender. These require long simmering and produce the flavorecme chicken soup so cherished in Jewi-h cooking, as well as the meat from which all dishes requiring ci oked chicken are made. T< check t h e tenderness of a chicken feel the breast bone. If it is soft and flexible the bird is •e slowl; %  [f I I, beer fast. tn< %  "•' n %  %  k very quick •fryer, once known a> have bei I .ilar be %  I '" c number Th< sm : V. g er ones e broiled if the cc in a m erat< ly hot ., jhj s s iz( is I est ;• 0 for the tions cf sauteed and and an equal n-.imAs an mtroie very large variety of broiler-fryer maybe c< oked. here are two comp fferent recipes I f their use. WIN! BROILED CH'CKEN 1 '. lb. ready-to-cook broilerfryer cjp vegetable oil : cup < ry white wine Vt teaspoon garlic powder : medium onion, grated •.aspoon white pepper -. teaspoon celery seed i teaspoon powdered thyme -teaspoon powered marjoram Have the chicken cut into quarters Place them in a bowl Combine all the remaining ingredients CHICKKN MkKiO WITH ; W R R AST SAUCE broiieT fryer 2 teas] 1 teat] 'r er p -• ;,our :. 1 parv< margai % %  CUP c.irr; ••CI 1 tei mustard nger Pat chick ..;-: %  • eu. In a sn combine the -. flour Shake the chick< one at a tim< in -.hi 11 until well coated. Plact side by sid< hi 1 baking riish and pour the margarine evenly over each piece. Gover the pan. and bake at 375 degs F. about 40 minutes, until almo>t tender Heat the remaining ingredients for the sauce until ti-.c jell} melts, then pour the sauce ever the chicken. Continue ing uncovered about 35 minutes longer, until the chicken is very tender. Baste occasionally with the sauc< This makes 4 servers. Sy Goldstein, past president of Corel Way Jewish Ce:.ter Sisterhood, turns over gavel to Mrs. Marvin Wiener, xcoming president, at joint installation ceremonies held lest Saturday at the Center building. Chni Chapter Delegates legates •" :< senting C h a 1 pter, B'nai B'rith Women, at the annual B'r.a. B'rith District 5 converter this weekend at the Americana hotel will be Mrs. Es•her Lerman, president. Miami Beach Cou-.i I; Mrs Oscar R*Mi thai, preset D1 i ipter; Mnl Max Kern. < 'r ; Flail Sinick anr. \ SilversUlj vice presidents Alternate! Mrs. Jack Ztt.t:. Mrs Dons Laschow. Miss Jerri -1 I* n, Mrs. Dii Sondberfi am Mrs Ruth Corey That on the right side of the keystone on the label is the seal Of andorsemtnt of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS CF AMERICA. Shalom Chapter Has Induction Shalom chapter. B'nai B'rith Wo men, held its second annual installation Sunday evening in the Biscay ne Terrace hotel. The candlelight ceremony was conducted by Mrs Gerald Soltz. president of District 5. B'nai B'rith Women, who installed Mrs. Gordon Marmorstein. president; Mrs. Stanley Golin, ways and means; Mrs. Arnold Braun. membership; and Mrs. Stanley Rosenberg, program. Secretaries are Mrs. Allan Weiss. recording; Mrs. David Burger, corresponding; and Mrs Sol Rynor. i financial. Treasurer is Mrs. Nathan Cchtn. Others are: historian. Mrs. 'Harris Cohen; sentinel. Mrs. MarI vin Hechtman: guardian. Mrs. I Bruce Freedman; Mrs. Irving Kaye, counselor. Rabbi Harold Richter. of Beth 1 Kodesh Congregation, gave the invocation and benediction. Chairman 1 for the evening was Mrs. Stanley Golin. %  1 YOUR FIRST COURSE is ready with a flip of the lid *c UUM ptZ l 2, PERFECT M LIGHT SUMMER MEALS VITA HERRING makes the moBl Biting v 0 1 The tMtelU a of Vita's] themselves are irresistible, nesi and en am or w 1 %  Mat a tangy, robust flavor! What ready-to-serve convenience! Get Vita Herring ^|f|^f|^r.. at your food store dairy case. Just about as fast as it t ikes to tell you that Heinz Vegetarian Beans are sb>olu kosher, unabashedly delicious, overwhelmingly nutritious, they're ready to serv • they (the beans) are gone... and they (the family) are ready for more.



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%  ridcry. June 2, 1961 +Jewisli MorSdliair) Page 15-B ar .!!. M„„. n ...;n 1 As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or 3as Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, rVtijirnj \ t Fia., one mpnth.in, advance. : include the-name-of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of me ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time fc the occasion. 5 Marc arva Roy Olesky Marc and Roy, twin sons of Mr. %  ilrs. Henry Olesky, 1331 99th .<, Harbor Islands, will be i : Saturday morning, :;, at Temple Beth Sholom. [.Kin Kronish will officiate. boys a i students in the lation class of 5713. i S'e/e.i Cohen M p will Eicia'te Bar %  "i Stei son an '. Mrs. Harvey C ihen, it ., rning .rvices, %  en is a s [rade stu lent r High i •':, Temple's s for • th( 'i ii] in his h mor. &f Rc5r! Nathan Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate Bar Mitzvah ot Robert, son i" and Mrs David A. Nathan, i lay ning, June 3, at %  • Emanu-El. Robi rl is i ..'nth grade student • Nautilus Junior High and atLiu TetttJIe's religious school. E. William Katz urdar morning services, June i tnfik }u lea will include the Evah*t>f*E William, son of •ul Mrroseph Katz. with Itabbi Morris A. Skop officiating. Th< Bar Mittvah has been a Member of the Hebrew and Sunchool for two years. He is an : grade Btudant at ShenanJunior High and belongs to hi Marc and tfoy O'.esky Sir Leslie Munro will be guest speaker at the annual dinner meetI ng of the Greater Miami Districts l ot the Zionist Organization of America on Sunday evening. June ll.-at the DeuuVille hotel. Sir Leslie's address will highlight the dinner, which is also scheduled to inaugurate the Mortimer May Dormitory to hi." built by :he Southeast ZOA region at the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School in Ashkelon, Israel. Sir Lesi'e is a pat president of the United Nat'ons General. Assembly and presently New Zealand Ambassador to the United States. Ho has also served at permanent representative of New Zealand io ihe UN tor the past ten years. Sir I., si %  %  : '. d news analyst the |)Oi : "• i %  i yer.r me the r, : mefl U. S. On thn % %  I %  %  >, Sir Leslie ser SIR lESlff AtL'.VRO Federation Pres. to Speak at Yehudah Moshe Congregation Otflcer installation Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Jew sh Federation, will be guest speaker at installa%  tion ceremonies Sunday evening at i Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple EmanuEl, will also participate in the program. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz will install Henry Gilbert, president, following several years of service as a board member; Robert Lipof, Maurice Silvorschein and Jerry Ashman, vice presidents. Lester Levine, treasurer; Jack August. chairman of the board: and Marmple's Boy Scout Troop 64. Ii parents, formerly of Harris^ nru. Pa., v the Oneg ShabrJ kiddusfi in honor ot the E. William Kali Elean**lt*berget n. %  • ElearoWeinberger v evening services. June 2. i pie Zion will include the •"iitzvah of Eleanor, daughter and Mrs. Frank Wcin%  • .or is a seventh grade honor ..! West Miami Junior and pi iin the school orSh %  HI the seventh i championship basketball and I teama;:'! will continue 1 i %  • Temple's confirt> class ill host the Om in .^or. Jarrt Selevan :.%  • Jan.es Robert, Dr. and Mrs. Sol Selevan, • celebrate i during ervices pie Emanu-El on Saturday June 1, with Dr. Irving officiating. eg is a seventh grade stuNailtl I Junior High and the %  rule's religious Mar* £eiden MI' Ices June u .. Wes iwish Cejiter will I e E i Mitzvah ol Mark son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul th Rabbi Maurice Klein I i a seventh grade stud ni Ridgi Junior High and Beth Kodesh religious Hiparents will host the 0 .1 i. • A reception honor will fallow services, Jeffrey Rlchman ; Ii Zion will be the site of James Selevan Murk Seiden the Bar ?. tzvi Jeffrey, son of Mr. and ird RM hman, on Si lurdaj lune 3, wi,h ; %  • | an offii tating, Jeffrey is a %  [rade student at South imi Junior High an( j W in conti in the Temple's confirms n is3. His p.,rent, I t&e kl(| rlush in his '*' in sorv ices. Paula Braverman Paula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar >n. will be Bas ning services, .in-. :. at Sation Yehudah Mos ibbl Sheldon 11. Steinmetz offici The Bas Mitzvah will deliver a sermonette based on •Woman ol Valor." Paula has attended Popiel religious school for six years ai d is also a student at No i Miami Junior The Braverman family will host the kiddu %  honor following services. Eisenstein Winds Up Campaign \: ami Beach < nincilmanic candidate Leo Eisens week reported "( progress" in his campaign, especially among apartment hi iers. "There is a definite awakening among thi to th< fact lal only a forceful Miami Beach Tourist Auth which 1 am proposing can giv< them the year-roun isperity they are i titled to as businessmen. "Men and women who have invested '"". Miami Beach should be assured a bright future. They can resize this assurance if the promotion o* Miami Beach is placed in the hands of an experienced, hi'.h-powered professional boc'y, armed with ample funds, to seil our eiry to the 150 million people of America who have never been here. •Up to have been guilty a" 0ll! %  • -~ : '.1:10 "i n-Ki'T cit.u-i.n. advertising and promotion in the lenselj p ated ai i is ol th East : l 'v And this educed the resuits vvi n< ed. • %  h 'we cai nd ice i: i-' two percent-'"oi 0 00 in other areai, • %  '1 '-' '• _: • spend their vacations in Miami Beach we can assure | perity to all Miami Beach, re cella Epstein, recording secretary. Members of the board are Mrs. lack August, Stanley L. Cohen. Dr. W. K. Boros. Michael Levine, David Dogoloff, Mr. and Mrs. A. J Brown. Dr. Harold Book. Joseph W. Solomon, Dr. Abraham Pernsler. Herbert Comm. Meyer Klotz. Mort Jacobs, and Jack Thaw Honorary members of the board are Julius Cooper. Annie Popiel. Fannie Frommer, Sarah Zacharia. j Isidor Michael. Joseph Rosenfeld. Peter Mintz, Ben Miller. Harry Bernstein, and Frieda Blank. President Gilbert has been active in the civic, cultural and religious life of the community since h's arrival in Miami in 1950. He served with the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal campaign cabinet in 1957, was chairman or he North Miami CJX campa : -?n in 195S, assumed major roles in the business and professions division in 1959 and 1960, a-d in 1961 was co-chairman of the CJA Insurance Division. en "Man of th-Year" reby the Gulf Life Insurance Gilbert was i %  I for atj life memb< i ship to th< Table. ;, is a gi lua I the University of North Carolina, and belongs to the Ma nd r.' riters' Assn. A daughter, Elayne 20. is a junior it 1 %  M ami, and son Jordan. : I nds GratKleiner.: .:y School. Gilbert, his wife, Sarah, and their family live at 12670 NE Miami pi. H( iman i ; well known for his ithropic work in a national In i. Iditiot to hiI,-, sj of I ish I • • is a %  %  • tl" • ish Hoi %  ber of the board oi Mt. Sinai : i Security Council, and was a delegate to the seventh, eighth, tenth and eleventh sessions of the G :ieral A seni!l>. AI the tenth se sion, he was el icte I chairman ol Pie Assembly's first political < i* mittee, and at the eleventh was named president. Sir Leslie was a member of the Council of Aucklan I t liversity College, of the Senate of the University of New Zealand, and of the Auckland Grammar School Boarl. Following his' appointmenl us Ambassador here, Queen Elizabeth II conferred on him the Knight Comman Roj al Viet' nan Order. Sir 1.rar; of Doctor oi Col lie H • ird. Michigan a Jack D. Gcr;?n and Lou ; s B. Rudnick ire z 3 -•:of the annual ZOA dinner <.-' %  here on J'„ncii. The dinner wl!l a : so sea t.i': preser.ta on cf *i;o first Kfar Silver Award ot rl e Greater Miami Dislr-cts to Mr, .'na Mr*. Ra .-.ior.il Rub ; n, w.-ose 52nd weiai-'.y anniversary is dee to be celebrate J at the same time. Dr. Irving Lehn ieailr ol T m| • Emanu El, will make the awai to th< Rubins. Honorary chairmen of the al are Charles Charcowsky, Harry Sirkin and Judge Harold Spaet. .Vice chairmen include: Joseph Alter. M. A. Baskin, Shepard Broad. Wolfie Cohen, Judge Mai Englar.der. Ezra Fine. gold. Jacob C. Fishman. Jacob Harrison. Sam Lachman. Oscar Lelchuk, J. David Liebman. Charles Martel. Joseph Mechlow. Louis Merwitzer, Emil Morton. Jack S. Popick, Sam Reinhard. Irving Schatzman. Al Sherman. Morris %  S imon and Herman Weintraub. ..yvx' i HtNRY GILBERT ppartmenl owners, busi ai 'i hi • men alike." Eisensteia reminded voters to: -_-a.-t their ballots on Jv.r.v (i. There will be n i runoff. CAM? SKY-TOP in The B Blu ,; ROSMAN, M03 H CANTOR JACOB U. GOLDFARB, Co-Ov Director -V M lUpkr S* I i write Ca or Odd h Miami :' %  h. Flaor %  I ; _; ELECT BERNIE WIEDER 1 LEVFR 19 A 7VJmY-0NE YEARS' SERVICE TO WE PEOPLE CF MIAM* r/ COBURN AND MIDDLSSOOK iKCORPORATED ^Autua! Funds Specialist ARNOLD H. PERLSTE1N ARTHUR H FADDOR SALLY G. PADDOR E. STACEY HALLAM 235 N.E. 79th Street Miami, Florida PL 4-3515 IfOj* GUST BROS ; R*t la the -AESTf



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%  ^^k. ;; BBfe. wfKEL. %  L "... %  '-..., n J r7ic O^ oman 5 1(U/ by ISABEL GROVE eJewisli Floridian A triple celebration for the Harold (Pearl) Lowenthals ol Coral es this month Twenty-eighth wedd versan years since they came from Manhattan and built their beauI home and pool, and daughter June is graduating irom Coral ( i les High Son Ronnie enjoying it all, too ... The Weinsteins, Sally and William, have their entire summei ; ned Motor trip to New York will get them there in time he wedding Ol a nephew, as well as a chance to >ec some dway shows betore sailing July 6 on the SS Independence for a two-month lour of Europe, including trips to England, Ireland, i ance, ltaiv and at least three weeks in Israel Of particular interest there will be the Hebrew University High School being built with funds from National Council of Jewish Women Sally belongs to the Greater Miami Section The Weinsteins will reIt rn to their S. Treasure dr. home from this, their first trip abroad. late in September Another couple off for Europe and Russia are the Ruby Golins Farewell dinner and theatre party given for them by son in law and daughter. Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Jalfe. of Temple Beth El, • wood ... In Moscow, the Golins will be reunited with members of their family whom they haven't seen in 40 years, • • Helen cver the type to play second fiddle to the male ol the species, District 5, B'nai B'rith Women, examined the terrain, saw that Miami's own Judge Milton Friedman will assume the presidency of District 5, Men's Lodges, at the convention opening here Sunday in the Americana hotel, and promptly decided to follow suit. Mrs. Allied Reich, long-time Miami women's leader, will take the gavel as president of District 5. B'nai B'rith Women, when another Miamian. Mrs. Gerald Soltz, steps down alter two terms in that offici This time. Miami scores twice. Mrs. Reich is. herself, a frank and intense "no second fiddler," who seems quick and easy to say she was born on April 17, l'Ji8 in New York City. She came to Miami in September, 1944. some seven years after her marriage. In addition. Mrs. Reich, known more popularly as Fanny, is just as frank and just as quick to reveal that she became a grandmother last March, when her son, Robert lrwin Reich, and wife, Sandy, welcomed Louis William to their home .n Jacksonville. This is quite a record lor a young, attractive blonde, whose name in civic and welfare work is already a by-word in Greater Miami. Mrs. Reich lounded the first Girl Scout Troop at Temple Judea in Coral Gables, and served as its leader lor two years. For a similar amount of time, she was president of Temple Judea Sisterhood and president of Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. In addition. Mrs. Reich served as director lor the Slate of Florida ol the Southeastern Federation of Temple Sisterhoods for a four-year term. Irom 1113660. In her ccapacitj as a B'nai B'l II 'or, Mrs. Reich served Idas constitution chairman for a year, Youth Organization chairfor two years, field expansion chairman and workshoplor m (. and at present is district prochairman and district convention chairman. When Mrs. Reich receives the cave! as president of District 5, B'nai B'rith Women, she will head an organization comprised ol 57 women's chapters, with a member* -r. r ol over 100,000. In addition to these activities, she -' rved during the past year as area rman ti>r the Combined Je ish Appeal and Bonds for Israel committee. Mrs. Reich is also a member oi the Florida regional board ol the Anti-Defamation League, ard of the executive board ot the Miami Adult Council of B'nai B'rith Youth. Her home life? Despite her heavy activities schedule, there is a home, and a happy one. Husband Al is a Miami insurance executive, who also happens to be a professional musician. His instruments are trumpet and bass violin. Women's Division of Beach T Installs Officers to Launch Third Year Here Mrs. Norman Ciller last week was installed as the new president .ol the Women's Division ol the Miami Beach YMHA Branch The Women's Division, now entering its third year ot activity, was organized two years ago to bring women in the community closer to the servici offered by the "Y." and to help support these services through various special projects. Clemen J. Ehrlich, president of the Y." which is a branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community i : :, r, served as installing officer. ins president. Mrs. Solomon Kann, was elected honoray chairman. Other officers are Mesdames Jicob Katzman. William Sussnjan and Fred Fenton, vice presidents; Mi oil Sommers, recording secretary; Arnold Rosen, corresponding secretary; Leon A. Epstein, social secretary; and Samuel Oka, treasurer. Elected as members of the board ,t directors were Mesdames Robert Grossman. Philip Samet. Milton Green, Albert Ossip, Basil Heatter, Alfred Levi, Milton Sirkin, Isidore B Simkowitz and Sid Lang. In appreciation of her leadership in initiating this organization and serving as president, the group presented a gold charm to Mrs. Kann. Mis Jerome Weiss served as chairman for the day, and Mrs. Ossip and Mrs. Grossman were co-chairmen of the planning committee. Others who served were Mrs. Levi, Mrs. Oka. Mrs. Sommers. Mrs. Ro-, n and Mrs. Jerome I'otashmek Invocation was by Arnold A. Piskin, branch director, and the benediction by Mrs. Irving Open. A special song in honor of the Women's Division was written by Mrs. Sommers and .-ung by Mrs. Rosen, accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Singer. The Miami Beach YMHA Branch is a beneficiary agency oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the United Fund. Bikur Cholim Will Be Inducted Here Rabbi Morton Malavsky. ot Israelite Center, and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical A-sn., will install officers and board of erectors of the Bikur Cholim of the Israelite Center on Wednesday, i.', ]] :30 a.m.. at the Riviera Kosher restaurant. 1830 Ponce de Leon blvd. Elected lor a second term, Mrs. Nathan Shenkin. president, and Mesdames Jack Schwartz. Rubin Zerekey, Elsie Eisner, vice presidents; Miriam Kronenberg, honorary president; Rose Lando. recording secretary; Elsie Karish. financial secretary; Elsie Eisner, corresponding secretary; Rubin Hyatt. treasurer; Julius Steinberg, parlimentarian; Ann Goldenberg and ; iic (ionium, sergeant-at-arms; ar.d Esther Rossin, auditor. Board of directors are Mr and .Mrs. Max Garshag, Mesdames Minnie chiller. Sam Geltner, Mae Homer, Rubin Hyatt, and Esther Richman. Receiving the gavel of leadership as incoming president of the Women's Division of the Miami Beach YMHA Branch, Mrs. Norman Giller (right) is shown accepting the transfer of office from retiring president. Mrs. Solomon Kann (left). Installing officer at the installation brunch held at the Lucerne hotel was Clem I. Ehrlich, Beach "Y" president. The instal ation marks the beginr.ing of the third veer of activities for the Women's Division, which was orgemired to suppoit the community services offered by the "Y/



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Page 10-A + Jen i*f fhridian Frid =V. June 2. J On Sunday. Nov. 19. the SS Jerusalem, Israel's luxury liner, win steam into Micmi harbor on her maiden voyage to Florida which has been arranged especially for the Pan-American Friends ci Isrce: Good Will Tour. The ciuise. to be headed by Carl Weir.kle under ausrices of the Israel Bond committee, will dercrt from Miami on Nov. 20 for a 17-day voyage through ihe Caribbean area. On the cay of her arrival in Miami. the SS Jerusalem will be met by a flotilla o: coats with leading dignitaries of state welcoming her to Florida. At night Crr:.'Gideon Ben Yacov will be host at a dinnei aboard ship honoring Isrcel Bar Mitzvah yea: Trustees, Guardians Sponsors of Isrcel of Greater MknniCapehart Flays 'Pressure' i hari : cai ajected an ati -. n 1ST n g U • S i -'Tractors %  ( le'-. Cr.oehart laid that Chairman J. vV. Fuibric,ht cf the SenAIR FRANCE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE JETS JETS JETS JETS JETS TS JETS JETS JETS JETS JE TO TEL AVIV ALL-JET SERVICE FROM NEW YORK! He ice-no !c %  • C • %  • : i •'-.'•• Ke. fork 1 I • f f 5fork. See i jr Cl : 2626 •.-. TRAVELING! AIR STIAMSHlf I HOTEL SHAW TRAVEL SWVKE. 1st. .*. N l lVffc Si M.a~.. Pt. f B 4 2604 Call £\ GUS Ui/SHAW TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Ho'iday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516 White House Mum on Arab Mail WASHINGTON-ka ., .... new tax* speech bel len at tl ; this weel %  I r al |y -o any n< tax< "Mos1 • sing tax City of Miami Beach has through S16.000.000 worth i in taxes excepl li e one mill which the public voted : "Our basic industries on Miami Beach are being taxed out of business by Metro and other government bodies. Others have proposed new taxes as panaceas for existing conditions. i '"I shall -'.: ng y urge all our voters to resist the imposition of new taxes, >o that, the average businessman can have more capital to remain in business and provide a sound economy for our city."' .Mrs. Joseph Moseley and MrEvelyn Dacud headed the committee honoring former Mayor Oka. Mrs, Moseley was chairman. Oka spoke in behalf cf his candidacy in Tuesday's election to succeed himself on the city council. .V*-^iVVi CiJNARD-WtfVOfi** %  cf leadership it mid n&* ; 2' rQ / •. •• %  ****Join the discriminating travellers who FLY CUNARD EAGLE FROM MIAMI TO Pound Exclusive JET-POWERED VISCOUNT AIRCRAFT on every flight! Only 50 minutes' flying time! Enjcy "picture window" flightseeing traditional Cunard luxury and hospitality, unparalleled in the annals of world travel! MIAMI-BERMUDA *116!S Round trip NEW YORKBERMUDA •95 Round trip MIAMI-LONDON *540 Round trip flonda's FIRST and ONLY through service to London! Magnificent JET-POWERED BRISTOL BRITANNIA AIRCRAFT! Convenient London arr.vals for advantageous connections to all Europe Impeccable incomparable Cunard service. Via 'Nassau and Bermuda w.th stopover privileges at no extra fare. •Optroftd o*r rouf.i of Cf SoKomoi and C £ Urmuda. FLY CUNARD EAGLE J!!n, UL E S ERViCE • Otl THE UNITED KINGDOM TO EUROPE! rrance, Italy, Austria, Garmany, Holland, Denmark, Luxembourg For reservations, see your travel agent, contact any office of I he Cunard Steam Ship Company, or call FR 7-SOII m M.ami Ct/fVARO EAGLE AIRWAYS Air or sea, a trad.tion in passenger serv.ee Miami Offices: McAllister Hotel Arcade QUMMN UAJiX QUSSN muZABBTJT BJiJSTVL bhiiA.SSJA VIC**** foeem



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Friday, June 2. 1961 Jf n isjf fkradf3rr/ Pcce 15-B LEGAL NOTICE IN THECCN" JUDGES CO! IN • %  E -Cfi DADE COLNTY, ... c TE, NOT C E III •'. V. %  %  %  p nli'i : 11 i. • • III. (' t.v. 1' months • %  •• 11111 %  11 'ii i • LEGAL NOTICE \ T COURT OF THE ELEVEN I D 'CIAL CIRCU'T OF \ AND FOR DADE I CHANCERY • ic -y.a \ ( iK I'.M.V X •" • • %  > i I • %  -. w in; ndf : (hi %  I. Iiri si nti H> be I>HI 11 Hilled Id >• 12 ZION As Kxei • x of ihi B Testa mi • : .','. '. %  • -• • TAI.IA.N ER I.' I I .' 1. Miami I •. I %  Attorne I i %  • %  • • •_ NOTICE UNDER FlCT!~!C _S N AVE LAW NOT1 "1 18 HERK1VY ilVEN thai the in. • i %  • • %  %  %  •' busim %  : :•:'•:. %  i TWOW V NN al 7-2 W • l,iStrtel mei .• %  -•• n;iin. wi! %  erk d thi i '..,ir I F SLENN l< I > %  .-... : .. Ait y r i 199k S.W et Street • :• • %  %  .%  • • f .r r i o N PRO', i FD'NGS • • 111 A XI >KKS< l notified i %  .i-........ i: i HARD • a i • .... :. f the minor child n u are n tl i • nhw name -In nld in il ha %  %  ••..• a coin "I '•IC f an) upon SI I BV IN ill VI \.\ & Ih H/rZM \.V AtnevK • tloner RICHARD \V •. %  \ %  iASTMANN, %  %  •%  S bold ml '••-'. Plot Ida, and by einal thereof with the %  of -.ii.i i 'ciui I mi -ii before June ,thi r l -i di' • %  ma • • nst grant Ins '.'. ITXESS II. > hand and ih. Miami, !• lorlila, 26th da i "I May. 1961. E I : VTHERMAN, Cl< rk. lit rt. I viii' "• .iiic \. Florida neali i HELEN KESSLBR : • I (II v i 'l.-i k • 16-23 he m Id ,-al <>f tins IN IN Ti Temple Menorah will graduate ten students from its weekday Hebrew school on Saturday —orninc. Nathaniel Glickman, chairmen ci \-.e religious school board, will present the diplomas. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual eccer of the congregation, will give :r.e charge to Graduates, who include lep row (left to right) Donna Englander, Diane Zimmerman, Jerald Carmel, David Rosenfeld, teacher, and Skippy Turchen. Bottom row (left to right; are Robin Kendel. Gienn Shumcn, Mark Frankel, and Joncthan Tcnnen. Not shown but graduating ere Frcnk Kiein and Charles Braverman. Pepper Specks To Graduates Former U.S. Sen. Claude Pepper delivered the keynote address t( th graduating class of the Lear 1 Wednesday evening. Com%  ir.ccment exercises were held in the school's auditorium at 1011 %  i si ave. Sen. Pepper's talk was on the subject "New Frontiers." Delivering the saluatory address was Betty Breitler, and the valedictory address was made by Larry Siegal. Reading of the scriptures was b> Fllen Rosenfeld. while Michael IWaxman he th< assemblage in the salute to the flag. Soloists on the program were Marsha Mack. MarI [ ha Van Camp. Estelle Pesso. ai Terri Sue Rosen. Mrs. Ida Lear, director of the j I -chool. presented diplomas to the • following high school student?: Ronald Achtzehr.. Betty Breitler. i Harry Epstein, Joan Fineburg. \ Laurie Fuchs, Janne Hirsch. Sandra Hyman, Ariene Kane, Mollie Kaplan. Jay Levine, Marsha Mack. Estelle Pesso, Terri Rosen, Elaine Schwartz, Stanley Shaffran. Law-1 rence Siegal tr.ci Martha Van Camp. Ninth grade students who also j received diplomas from Mrs. Lear i were Eriar, Breakstone. Larry Bur! ton. Michele Friedman. Joseph Glassberg. Ror.a Harris. Carol : Justin. Maria A. Pro. Ellen Rosenfeld. Michael Wax man and Dennis NCT.CE LADER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i Til Si : %  • GIVEN Hi. !.• %  %  pm %  • I-ti %  I— %  %  • %  bur n. • • I' I 'tit. %  HAR1 N %  rEL a1 210 6: rd St., tends ti register i k of il" • Court %  • I ••'• %  Count) I ..;.-, |1, ,N :• • I NORM VN KflT Attorm %  %  %  %  •• l 120 Lim % %  t %  -' %  •-. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Nc 5-i{-87-C IN RE Estatl • ii RNEL.11 v.N 'ERW1 SI >E 1 %  • .,-• I NCTXE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE EST 'l E OF SAID DECETi Y • %  .. notified that a written instrument purporting to be the la*t will and testament of said dec< dent hai beer .-nimittrd to probati In s:.iii Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar monthB E Lear is principal of from the dat of tti< first publlcai oi NCTiCE TO CREDITORS ~HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN • %  -\ C c OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 52797-A • • |, %  : "IS SEIDERMAN and MI Pi:-.n> HavInc C me i Demands Against Said • Itl : V nd • ai ii of you, are hereby %  tifb required in present any Ii mands hich yen, or thei ol you, may have against th eetate ol LOUIS SEIDERMAN de•. of 1 >ade 'I'Hiiiy. Florida, • .. ii. rural.I, County Judges of i". inty, and file the sami %  in ;i ih. Count) Courthouse In Dad< i" unty. Florida, within eight i %  mr-nths from the date of the icatlon hereof. Said claims en ends to contain thi legal ad••• %  < the claimant and t'i be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, ot sami >^ 'i I" bat red Dated Mn> 15, \ l> 1961. MARX M. FABER ..Exi CUtOr of llu Last Will and Testl m.nt of LOUIS SEIDERMAN .. -, •'Ai.Ki. ,v M VTER8, Attorneys t 2-9-16-23 A reception tendered by Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear and Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lear was held on the school grounds immediately following the exercises. Richard Ol ituarics HARRY 584 NK U St. COOK 81, ol 584 NK Ti St., died May 21. He hciiI'O years ayi from NeVi I ar.d was a retired building contractor. Surviving Is a brother. Ser., ware New York with River. Ai I lot ,. : Chapi I, Douglas id In •. i loci GEORGE EMERSON r 440 NE ay di. ci Ma> 27 H< • i r. 20 yeai B • %  -' ..:. %  w, a %  • • • ei There are i i Set wlcea wen Maj .. %  -r.. Mi '.' %  al Chapel MRS BERTH". KAPHAEL • %  '. Ian .. %  %  She c %  %  %  S er rsldi MANUEL MARTINEZ s \ ear old son of Dr. and Mrs. Manit I Martlnes, oi 758 N\v ;; st., died Mi 24 after a long Illness Si rvl< • • were Maj 26 under direction .i %  i :.. : I %  me. ANTON J. SCHNEIDER -. 27 v.'. -i dr., No. Baj ^ M .\ .. In New York Hi .-an-., 2D years i r ,. ... %  ...... n ami ei 01 VJ %  • %  %  are • • %  • e: thr. .... %  mi • • ,.. %  Ni V %  > -...• the school. Mrs. Gladys M. Strom is supervisor of the senior high school. LEGAL NOTICE • = %  %  Z• %  • 'SS Ma: • %  ED.'.'RDS BPORN • • Raj I ... ..'.•.. • • .. fi |:. •;. ;••.!.:.. .. • two grand ,. %  .-.:-.' RAI '... i ,. Nor :• %  %  HARRY HIMMELFARB %  .:.. ed ie nere 15 yea N Y ,. H wa. etlri agni fe r\ %  '• Ing • %  % %  % %  I wo s. ns, Inc .i • '• l ,.• ui • grandi hlldn i .,,. .,. \| M _, .,. n Oordon r u%  %  • • %  i %  ..... ...,:. CharWashir.g%  LEGAL NCTICE IN DAVID ISAACS BO of 231 36 st.. Mir R< %  h He came here nine years i RTI ... yti ..n.I was a retlri H age gi wnei rvlvini • ..! %  .. hters Mrs %  ..• r itei ami Mrs Anita i''•'• ...-I i f vi tram hi! ren Ic-ei %  •.. Mas .' %  • I %  • r" lde M '" .. :. N... ni.-i.c.. I-'-' %  HAROLD POWERS 910 "•'•'•>• .... i %  :.. %  2" He i a %  hi • i> uo from New Voi nee, and a soi %  • Ma 28 in I'.ivi i •• RS TENA ROSNICK "-. I-' -" %  % %  '.. %  .... | • yean Sun ..'.'• i i Bert; a daughti Afcrami hi irn thei ... s, %  I • I ... i rnandy Isie. CERT'FICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION -HE \ A V E AND BY THE B l TUOR ""Y OF T H E S-A-rc C r FLORiDA ,. %  A THESE TRE%  .: IREETIN S: \: : M. S. M M.I.KV MI HI, .a on th •• of v M> to be Ined under th. nol %  Stat "; .-. HOMES, IN' • •• %  • i a • • ts i ncipi • l Stat. %  .' %  • %  %  • : ich the 26th da> I M %  '• defiled %  • %  of %  • %  r authentl the si the provl* • • %  %  I ri .. Stal %  • %  %  %  %  • %  :. •• •' • -• %  ... ... ..:%  • %  have b \'' .'. %  • • t %  • • % %  • %  i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE CIUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5687 LINDA LEE KURDYLl ]•.. ntiff, FRANK L KURDTLO, I %  : '-' ''• %  -.... NOTICE EY PUBLICATION To: FP VNK I. KUR1 YLO • :-..%  iadr< %  % %  N val VI Stat n v, r fi ik, Virginia %  %  • ..... i ,.,.. .... : • :. I II •: ..• are t serve a %  .-..•• %  %  i %  .'. er Street. M %  • %  r thi • %  i • • : • %  %  : :. %  %  • %  -• May. 1*1 • • HE! VI N • %  -.. %  %  • • :T K' %  TN ... tiff ... lasler S-ireel f this notlCI to appear in said Court and show cause, If any yen can, why •h, actli n %  f said Court in admitting said will to probate should not stand ,inr, voked. iRGE T CLARK, nty Judge By: LOIS F. PASTORFTEXJ), (C. J. Seal) Clerk ROBERT SCt IT KAUFMAN \:-. ny 305 Blscayne Ridg. Miami 32, Pla. First publication <\ this notici oi 6 da> ol Jam 6 2-! g .'1 -.• •se ti %  ti r Stat i I NCT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT S HEREB1 /EN I ... %  Iring I in b U j i d.r th f( titll ns %  % L.ONIAL HOMES at 21 South K: % %  % %  Avenu... H. mestead. Florida. .... ....; name with r thi t Court of D mty '-'.. %  .. •( kRPORATH IN, Si i ... %  : .' I %  UEBMAN ant >. K•• % %  <• Avi 26,I 2-8-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLCR'DA. IN PROEATE. Nc 52627-A IN RE Esl ti • ji ./:/.'• %  NOT CE OF FROBATE THE STA-E CF FLORIDA: TO Al 'Ns INI ..... %  \ ... that a w rit %  bi -• %  ••-'.. •:.-•: %  tted I rebate il N froi I" r the first .... • %  • %  any > %  %  -.. • N %  %  iC. J.S S1MI iN, H \ v s .'•• CRUN1 W] Inindwi Atti % %  • • % %  • oi %  '• %  JOSEPH 1 •' %  •"' : %  .'•! A %  r":: St 1 .'•.•• %  2 .. ..... of J ...' %  • %  is-: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in but ness inder the fictitious name of PIONEER LUMBER ENTERPRISES at 1160-100th street, Bay Harbor Island, Florida Intends to register said nami with thi Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ailt County, Florida. Ml iSAM CORP. By: M. L. Copperman, President BARRY ZUKERNICK AttOl in•.• lor Owner 4L'o Lincoln Road Mian Bei < h, Horlda :, 26, 6 2-!'-U NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5544 JAMES DiSTBKANO, i lalntlff, \ PHVL1SS .NX DISTEFANI I, nt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I HYI.i.-S ANN DISTEFANI _' Mi pli w "".I A> enue ster, Massachusi 11 • • VLISS ANN I'iS'l EFANO • > notified thai a Bill of .. nl :' %  r I ilvorce has bi • n filed ml you an • ilred t. .... ... four Answer or Plead • %  [hi ... i Complaint on the ••••. eys, ST( iLAR AND !< .. • Jlsl Streel Miami h l fil>. th Iginal Ing In the office of %  f the i 'Ircult i "ourl ..n or daj of June, '.:"'.i ir i : i in. in I., default • i -...ii foi the i %  ..... •.. in the Bill nf i '"in %  ishall be publii heo once week (oi fi 'i .-..iis, ni'ii weeks THE JEWISH KLORID1AN NE VND i iRDERED at Miami. da) ol May, A D, EATHERMAN, Clerk. • %  i .a.!, i 'ouni \. PlorWa HELEN KESSLER • ny Clerk 6 2-9-16-21 IN IN NC _I CE INDER B C O US NAVE LAW v, %  %  IVEN thai %  %  t h 4 i • %  %  R I4IDENT1/ N '• N.W rd St., M..... %  ter ( ... %  %  INC 9-16-23 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY, FLCR.DA IN FROBATE. Nr 493O0. C RE: Estate i f SARA! RM \N NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Nl A K E APFLICATICN FOR D'STRiBL'TION AND F'NAL DISCHARGE NOTICI al Discharge as Ex %  thi •%  :• • •.. %  • • : %  ol -. : • %  %  r the al .... • -.: i.N 1 :•:%  • • IN IN THE CCwNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY. FLOR'DA. IN PROEATE No. 52825-B E stat< of Lt'RIE, NOTICE TO CREDITORS ditora and All Persons llav;.. mands Against Said % %  Y. • hereby notified anil requlresenl an> claims and .l.-mands I..,.. .iL'.iinst the estate 1 14 LI RIE, deceased late i .. Ida, t.. the coun: County, and fii In thi Coun%  County, i-'i'ii ight 1 ali ndat months %  • ii, first 1 ibl cation will bi ban • >SEPH Ll'RIE i.Ni: Ll'R : K .f thi Estate .. -. • N & %  \. %  utors %  ., nt Streel ..f f 2-9 16



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Page 2-A +Je*ist fhricfi^r Friday, June 2, \%\ Veterans Blast Rockwell 'Hate Bus' Incoming president of Coral Way Jewish Center is Irving Whitman. He is shown receiving gavel of his office from outgoing president Leonard Putterman. Installation ceremonies were Saturday evening at the Center. DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK j M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 4 4 4 4 4, 4 -• 4 4 4' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 41 41 4 4 4 By Special Report WASHINGTON Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy was asked this week to consider legal action against a "hate bu-*' that transported "Stcrmtroopers" of the American Nazi Part) ;o Alabama. The request was made ">>' the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. on grounds that the Nazis, followers of George Lincoln Rockwell. headed for Alabama to foment violence in contempt of Federal Court orders of recent days restraining the Ku Klux Kan and similar terrorists National executive lirector Joseph F. Barr. of the veterans' organization, said in a telegram to the Attorney Gonera! that developments in Alabama were "sufficiently reminiscent of Nazi Germany without having actual uni formed Nazis exhorting violence and defiance c! law" there. Describing the swastikas, antiNegro banners, and anti-Jewish slogans displayed by the Naxi "hate bus," Barr said that "any group, regardless of racial views, must be protected in peaceful interstate transit; but the Naxi venture is an obvious aspect of the terrorist conspiracy to deprive Negroes of the r'.-jhts covered in the U.S. Court order involving the assaulted "freedom riders." He said "Rockwell is attempting to compound the prev ent chaos ... by injectir.j antiSemitism ." bound Naziand any iegal action indicated" were requesva by the veterans, who pointed out that, along with Americans ot other faith.-, they had fought Nazism in World War Ii Meanwhile. Rockwell was released from a New Orleans jail this week >;\ %  > $300 peace bond. He and a group ol his troopers had been imprisoned on charges ol fomenting racial and religious unrest m New Orleans Protesting the charge, they began a five-day hunger strike last Thursdaj But Rockwell released on bond. ptlj made his way tn a famous French restaurant, where he br its I is! with a juicy steak. In a telearam to Lt JohJ Patler. one of the remaining im. prisoned henchm en. Rockwell g*. \m i o f t 'T *. -p l -rmi'nww-to tan* their hunger strike to an en.j termites work all year g* §^* around w&y eWiCt Prescription Specialists NOW IN TWO MODERN AIR CONDITIONED, ENLARGED BEACH LOCATIONS MOKE PARKING SPACE CONVENIENT TO BUSiS 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-7425 tmtr. Washington Ave. Mexxanhie 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FRIED CONTACT LENSES Rabbi Joseph E. 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FBI surveillance of the South Beth David Will ; Meet Tuesday Annual election meeting of Beth David Congregation will he held on Tuesday evening at which officers and board of directors for 'he com ing year will be elected Traditional custom established 44 years ago of memoraiizing departed members of the congregation, will take place at the meeting Kabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Cantor William W. Lipson will officiate. Annual reports by the president of the Men's Club and Sisterhood will be presented by Sidney M Aronovitz. Bert Sher and Mrs Harold Reinhard. Vanou> committee reports will al>o be given The budget for the en>uing year will be offered to the membership for approval. WE INSTALL GLASS EOR EVERY Pi'RPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resihering Cur Specialty P5 L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th ST. 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