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

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

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elewish Floridian
e 34 Number 23
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 9, 19bl
Two Sections Price 20*
'ENFORCED TOGETHERNESS'-STEWART
Ugh Court Upholds
mday 'Blue Laws'
Majority Opinion
ASBINGTON!JTA)The Supreme Court of the United States
ultrl against the right of Jewish merchants to transact retail sales
ndays by a new decision upholding the "blue Laws" of Pennsyl-
BdassachusettS, and Maryland.
Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote
the controlling opinion covering
_jl I^J!.'. four cases testing the "blue law> "
Si D Grill i S Speaking for a majority ol the Su
preme Court. Justice Warren said
that "we hold that neither the stat-
ute's purpose or effect is relig-
ious. Agreeing with the Chief
Justice were Justice Felix Frank
furter. John Harlaa. Hugo Black.
Tom Clark, and Charles E. Whit
taker.
Administration
Denies Gurion
Understanding
'LARGE MEASURE Of ACCORD'
PAGE SA
CHIEf JUSTICE WARREH
. not religious
WASHINGTON UTA) The
State Department issued a state-1
ment Monday, emphasizing tha*. |
'the question ot an understand-
labbi Cited
tRLD (JTA) Rabbi Martin
tnburger, spiritual leader of
BerJ n's 960 Jews, was award-
gold meial of the Patriotic
>r of Merit, one of East Ger-
e's tcp decora'ions, this week,
lark his 65th birthday, which
celebrated earlier last month,
tcording to Jewish circles in
Berlin, Rabbi Riesenburger
honored not so much for his
in Jewish affairs as "for the
ty he has shown to East Ger-
Communist leader Walter Ul-
it." Rabbi Riesenburger has
le pro-Communist declarations
since he was appointed Jewish
itua) .'eader of East Berlin in
Justices William O. Douglas
and Potter Stewart dissented.
Justice Stewart felt that the rul-
ir.T discriminated against the
rights of Jews under the Consti-
tution. Justice Stewart said in
his dissent that "Pennsylvania
has passed a law which compels
an Orthodox Jew to choose be-
tween his religious faith and his
economic survival. That is a
cruel choice which I think no
state can constitutionally de-
mand."
De Gaulle in Lavish Fete
For B-C and Israeli Chiefs
By Direct Teletype Wire
PARISPrime Minister David Ben-Gurion and President Charles
de Gaulle, of France, were reported by official sources to have had
"complete understanding on all subjects" during 70-minutes of conver-
sations Tuesday.
It was understood that the two
leaders reviewed Franco-Israel re-
lost rrembers ot East Berlin's
It was Justice Stewart's convic-
tion that "this is not something
ish community are in their lateral can be swe& under the rug
ard seventies. After their and forgotten in the interest of en
forced Sunday togetherness." He
said the impact of this law against
Orthodox Jews "violates their con-
stitutional right to the free exer
cise of their religion."
le.s
triences in Nazi concentration
ips ard periods of hidden ille-
|ty. most are too tired to care
it polities. Outside of East
lin, there are only about 600
frs remaining in all of East
rin.iiA. including a congrega-
of ICO Jews in Leipzig.
Justice William Brennan agreed
Continued on Page 10-A
lations. France's attitude in con-
' nection with the next General As-
sembly, opening in September, at
which the problem of the Arab
; refugees will be reviewed again.
; 'he Middle East situation within
| the framework of the cold war, and
j various Franco-Israeli ties.
The two leaders met twice, once
before a luncheon given by Gen.'
de Gaulle in Mr. Ben-Gurion's hon-
or, and later after the luncheon.
I At the second session, only Am-
i bassador Walter Eytan was present. ]
serving as translates
The French President called
Continued on Page 8-A
lausner Prosecution Reaching Final Week;
ichmann Expected to Take Witness Stand
V Documentary
Relieved Unfair
BONN (JTA) Public opinion
Is of West German reaction to
(television series on the Hitler
indicated this week that many
Iwers considered the grisly pro-
1ms uniair.
The 14 documentary programs,
scribing the Hitler era to its col-
e provided many Germans.
fclicularly the younger genera-
lly first chance to see the
Mul details of the Nazi treat-
t"t of those who opposed Hitler
particularly his Jewish vie-
The series shewed wholesale
votings of me-, women and
lildrer in Poland executions in
ancentration camps and sim-
}*r atrocities. Most of the films
ere from Nazi archives.
[An estimated 80 percent of the
pits of West Germany and West
Continued on Page 9-A
JERUSALEM(JTA)The Adolf Eichmann trial, begun Apr. 11,
entered Monday what is expected to be the last week of the prosecu-
South Africa
Jews Support
New Republic
JOHANNESBURG(JTA) The
official position of the South Afri-
can Jewry toward the South African
Republic which was established
this week was made clear at a
meeting of the South African Jew-
ish Board of Deputies in a declara-
tion by the chairman. Dr. Teddy
Schneider, which was endorsed
warmly by the entire board. Dr.
Schneider said:
"Looking back over 51 years of
the Union of South Africa, we see
that the Jews here have served the
country in all fields. The religious
services which were held in our
synagogues and temples during the
last weekend, with special prayers
tor the welfare of the Republic are
a measure ot the Jew's faith in
between President Kennedy
and Israel's Prime Minister D
Ben-Gurion, as to a "specific i
tioc" cf the Palestine Arab ret
problem, "did not arise" during
'he talk last week in New York
between the two statesmen.
(Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. prior
to his departure from New York
for London, told reporters that he
had reached "a very large measure
of agreement" with President Ken
nedy with regard to the solution of.
the Arab refugee problem and that
President Kennedy had a plan for
,he solution of this problem. Ho
added that if the Arabs would ac-
cept this plan, "there will be a so-
lution.")
The State Department, in its
statement Monday, referred to a
communique issued on May 10 by
the United Nations Conciliation
Commission, and emphasized that
the U S. Government has con
sistenrly supported the UN reso
Miens which envisage the solu-
tion of the Palestine refugee prob-
lem through repatriation or corn-
Continued on Page 9-A
entered .vionuay \wiai is> r*jjrtit-u iu uv m*- -> mm <. ^.^-.v.*- a hum- ... ui mr ,/.- .-< iui.h >u
tion's presentation of its case against the ex-Gestapo colonel, charged South Africa, his identification with
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with directing the annihilation of 6.000.000 European Jews under the
Nazi regime.
So far. 63 sessions have been
held by the court, 83 witnesses
have testified, and nearly 1.300
documents have been entered as
evidence all presented by the
prosecution. Dr. Robert Servatius.
chief of Eichmann's counsel, has
stated repeatedly that the accused
himself will take the witness stand
after the prosecution's detailing ol
its case has been completed.
io. in connection with the "trucks
for lives'' deal proposed by Eich-
mann to leaders of Hungarian
Jewry. Testimony, thus far, has
shown that some British oificials
Continued on Pge 11-A
the best interests of the land, and
the rededication of the entire Jew-
ish community to help South Africa
in every way possible in the fu-
ture."
"We take off our hats to the
past, and we take off our coats to
the future. Difficult times may
lie ahead. But we, as a comm-
Continued on Page 6-A
Kenneth Oka scored a record
sweep Tuesday with 8,052
votes to become Mayor of
Miami Beach. New vica
mayor is Malvin Englande;.
See story, Sec. B.)
Attorney General Gideon H.ius-
ntr. heading the prosecution,
was expected to begin showing
a series of films captured by
Allied armies, bringing out de-
tails about some of the Nazi
activities at Auschwitz and other
death factories. Dr. Servatius
and Eichmann himself have al-
ready been shown these motion
picture documentaries, put on
film by the Nazis.
Another line of documentary
evidence likely developed by the
prosecution this week shows what
Soviet authorities did. or failed to
Protest Visa Abuse by Adolf's Son
By Special Report
the State Department evidence of
, anti-Semitic propaganda dissemi-
WASHINGTONAn investigation nateiJ H1 Washington by Nicolas
of the use of an American visitor's ] Eichmann. He is here "under the
visa by Nicolas Eichmann. sjn of excuse of writing a book, compen-
i Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann. sation for which, presumably, is
'to spread anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi: commg fr,,m jac|{ Anderson and/or
propaganda in the United States has Drew Pearson, employer of Ander-
been asked by national commander < Mn
I L. Feuer. of the Jewish War Vet
grans of the U.S.A it was revealed
here.
In a letter to Secretary of State
Dean Rusk, the veterans group sent
Feuer told Secretary Rusk that
"When we permit Nicolas Eich-
mann to use our press and other
public relations media as a for-
um ard opportunity to conduct
unAmerican, anti-Jewish, and
pro-Nazi propaganda, thereby fa-
cilitating the commercial exploi-
tation of this Nazi aberration by
syndicated newsmen seeking pro-
fit through 'sensationalism', w*
distort the -mage of the United
States ."
Feuer pointed out that "N
Eichmann, 25 years of age. has not
Continued on Page 7-A


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'liday. June 9. 1961
+Jeisii Meridian
Page 3-A
Record Gathering Anticipated at ZOA
Dinner Here Slating Sir Leslie Munro
fn, ,h e T is anticipated Medicine and Science in Tel Aviv.
01 the Sunday annual dinner of Dr. Robbins has just returned to
the Greater Miami Districts of the the JJnited tates after spending
Zionist Organization of America at eight weeks at the Eichmann trial
b:JO p.m. in the Deauville hotel in Jerusalem.
The dinner will inaugurate the
0m
Off. MOBTON KOUttlhS
Mortimer May Dormitory at the
Kfar Silver Agricultural Training
School in Ashkelon. Israel, which
is maintained by the Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
The first annual Kfar Silver
Award of the South Florida Dis-
tricts of the Zionist Organization o*
America will also be presented at
the dinner dance to Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Rubin "for their out-
standing devotion and work on be-
half of the Kiar Silver School."
Presentation to the Rubins will be
made by Dr. Irving Lehrman, of
Temple Enaanu-E).
Guest speaker will be Sir Leslie
Munro, immediate past president
of the United Nations General
Assembly and Ambassador of
New Zealand to the United
States. Sir Leslie will discuss the
current world situation with spe-
cial emphasis on the Middle East.
Also to speak is Dr. Morton J.
Robbins, of Na.-duia, N. H., national
executive vice president of the
Zionist Organisation of America.
Dr. Robbins attended the World
Zionist Congress fti Jerusalem
earlier this year as a delegate of
Merkos Forms
New Committee
Florida regional office of the1
Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch held its
first committee formation meeting
in n last week. In addressing the
meeting, Rabbi A. Korf, regional
director, gave a detailed account of
tlit work Merkos does all over the
world.
Kabbi Korf asked that the local
committee function as a fund-rais-
ing and advisory body on cam-
paigns and -projects undertaken by
the Merkos office in Florida.
Funds raised by dinners and
campaigns will be principally used, the ZOA. and also a delegate to the
in support of the international bud-; recent World Zionist Actions Com- \
gtt of the organization, including mittee meeting in Israel, as well as I
projects in Morrocco and Israel. to the 13th biennial convention of |
Funds will also be used on a local i the Israeli Society for History of
basis for adult study groups, chil- -------------------------------------
s;;/r Ltw:and tten*ger |"-*
Present were H. N. Schwartz.
Nathan Ginsberg, 1. H. Kramer,
Max Krasno, Abe Aronoff. Aaron
Katz. Rabbi J. Chirnomas, Jack
Special tribute will be paid at
the dinner to Mr. and Mrs. Morti-
mer May, of Nashville, Tenn.,
who will be present. May, in
whose honor the dormitory to
house 36 students, a study hall,
and an instructor's apartment,
will be built by the Southeast
region in Kfar Silver, is a past
national president of the ZOA,
and is honorary life president of
the region. May has also just re-
turned from Israel, where he was
a delegate at the meeting of the
Wrrld Zionist Actions Commit-
tee.
Master of ceremonies for the eve-
ning will be Jack D. Gordon, presi-
dent of the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., and a
member of the Dade County Board
of Public Instruction. Gordon and
Louis B. Rudnick are co-chairmen
of the dinner dance. Also partici-
pating in the program will be Rab-
bi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Temple Za-
mora. Coral Gables. A special mu-
sical program will be presented.
RABBI AlltN RUTCHIK
School Students
Elect Officers
Students at Lear School are mak-
ing plans for the tall and winter
terms, which will get under way
next September.
First phase of planning for the
new terms was completed last
week, when the student body went
to the polls'* to elect new officers
for the school's General Organiza-
tion.
Elected to head the student body
were Eugene Shapiro, president:
Rabbi Rutchik
To Head Region
Rabbi Allen Rutchik. of New York
i ty, has been appointed director
of the Southeast region of the Uni-
ted Synagogue of America.
Program director of the United
Synagogue's department of youth
activities since 1957, Rabbi Rutchik
served from 1954 to 1957 as spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth Israeli,
Maywood, N. J. Rabbi Rutchik
was ordained by the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America in
1952. following which he served as
chaplain in the United States Air
Force.
Rabbi Rutchik will coordinate
and direct the activities of Conser-
vative congregations in Alabama,
Florida. Georgia and Eastern Ten-
nessee. In addition, he will super-
j vise the region's youth activities.
j He will make his headquarters in
Miami Beach.
The United Synagogue is the as.
sociation of more than 7 vative congregations in the United
States and Canada.
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Summer Day Camp
A summer day camp for young-
sters between the ages of four and
12 has been formed at Westbrooke
Country Club. Session will run from
June 26 to Aug. 19. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m..
according to Jacob C. Fishman,
Jack S. Popick. and Morris Simon, i Glassberg, secretary;
arrangements chairmen. i Fine, treasurer.
six days a week, with a special half
Albert Quer, vice president; Louise day session available lor children
and Leslie
from four to six. in the mornings
or afternoons.
Emanuel Tropp, associate direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center. 460 SW 16th
avc, was elected to the executive
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VbouJi
""""Vrith
Ciment. Louis Ciment and Rev. Ja-1 committee of the" National Assn. >
cob Katz. I of Jewish Center Workers at the
close of the organization's confer-
ence here. The association is the
professional organization of more
Mtnorah group of Hadassah held than 1,600 social workers employed
; iwim and card party at the home, jn Jewish Community Centers and
o' Mrs Max Deakter. 4400 Granada YM-PWHAs throughout. the\ United
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Volume 34
Number 23
Friday. June 9, 1961
25 Sivan 5721
A Supreme
Court Ruling
The United States Supreme
Court hes seen fit to uphold the
constitutionality of Sunday Blue
Laws. highest arbiter of the
. ol the land has spoki tnd
:ans ol every faith must re-
I the ruling.
But persons deeply interested
civil libertarian considerations
will inevitably feel c keen sense
c: disappointment mixed with con-
fusion.
No less a distinguished Amer-
ican end jurist than Chief Justice
Earl Warren is the author ol the
majority opinion, a man of unim-
peachable democratic standards.
who has time and again aligned
himseli with the nation's most
scored principles of freedom.
If Chief Justice Warren does
not see Sunday laws as an in-
fringement on the right of the in-
dividual to a genuine expression
oi his private conscience and as a
srate-subsidized force toward co-
ercive religious indentification, can
the civil libertarians who have long argued
cgainst the constitutionality of these laws be
right in their judgment?
We still think they ere. end the opinion
itself gives cause for hope that a reinterpre-
tation of the ruling may be in the oiling at some
future date.
Religion ceases to be a personal matter
when the individual is obligcted to adopt a
course of behavior not in consonance with his
personal beliefs. This is at the crux of the
problem which, clearly, will be with us again
ietcre too long.
world. With these now organized and available to decision-mat
bodies, it is soped that the uniting of world Jewry ,r. several^
and on several significant levels, will be made considering 2
thjn it is at present.
The sabra is thought by some to be largely oul i' -ympa-Jiyni
his fellow-Jews abroad, failing to understand that !.-., roots of pry-
day Israel his own immediate roots, lie in the Diaspora, noun-
much he may believe, correctly, that his true origins go fir backn
th. ancient history of this country.
one of the chief reasons for this want of undcrstandiB| | b,
been sted. is lack of knowledge of what iv happening
,i.,\ Jewry overseas and it i- the main purpos< the :
: ssible the filling in of this gap.
. institute commenced its activities at -: c{4(
ar under the direction i f ] jfos
lev -;' Theological Seminary
absence for the purpose. Th ...'.
ci mmittee that indue1 j
nities and Social Science a
CONTACTS WITH WESTfRN CONTRIBUTIONS
H: STUDENT BODY a ready enrolled
, a'most i ntirelj Isra
s th( PhD degn e of .
nts the < iursi s repr<
W .-. rn. especially An
Nahui 'ioldmann. pr< -
scholars in the Instil
lev ish life what are the i iting I rcesb>
this particular time, but ah ears
The work i : the Institute covers both t..
( lurses are being given structures!
ems asp cts of contemporary .* Studentsk#
BA degrees lied fields histosy. : T'-rapb.
lucation ar.d Hebrew and Yiddish literature
as a s< ect leading to the MA degr<
[nsti re ted to selected aspect- of sh life .'raw
cent >. the sul cts including demography oi -h pe-jpie.the
- Jews ;n the Diaspora, the Jews in differeni oat ula>
ies their cultural and intellectual life, their inter-territorol a
tutions and undertakings the destruction of I pean Je^rj and
quen( i .-.: d similar topics.
AMBITIOUS PROGRAM SET fORTH
ALTHOUGH THE TERM contemporary' refers i particular to
^* conditions in our own time, the study of each subject includes.of
course, learning about the period in which the 1 ***
. > conditions were laid Thus, study of c "- IB the I'-SA
- from the iir>t years of the 20th centun I Ruseae Jewj
from the beginning of the Soviet regime, of S 1-
trom the er.d of World War I. and so on.
An ambitious research program is contt: orarj history soci logy, demography. -" "-'"*
Beginning of Construction
The Hebrew Academy dedicated its new
school building site on Sunday. The corner-
stone ceremony, the becinnina of construction,
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was also the ^hnmation of a years-long effort ..,, ^ ^ ^ ^mzcd according to
oa the port of the Academy to hnd suitable is ptop,e at tne prcscnt da; Kmen
On Statements of Silence
The failure of either the United States or
Israeli Governments to issue en intelligent
statement following the meeting !cst week be-
tween President Kennedy cr.d Prime Minister
re.n-Gurion is no travesty cr. ir.ternctioncl
diplomacy.
It is simply an inciccticn oi the funda-
mentally low regard in which (he U.S. held the
eting with Israel presumably obligated by
protocol to remain silent bo long as the Acmin-
isoaticr. had nothing tc say.
When President Kennedy still nor.com-
nutal lert the country for his European talks
Mr 3er.-Gur.cn apparently relt obligated to
issue a statement ;: scrts .: only to retain
the dignity of bis office. The statement days
overdue was ger.ercl cr.d rilled with vague
cllusions to hopes about recce in the Middle
East
Early this week, the State Department de-
nied the substance o: the Prime Minister's
statement. No plans to press :c: peace were
se' forth by the President lo Mr. Ben-Gurion,
the denial observed. Neither d d it bother to
commenl on what m the Administration view,
i been discussed by the rare leaders.
which may very -.veil boil down to
the XUOn or tne rears expressed in these
columns 1 ast week mat the meeting between
7re; dent Kennedy and Mr. Berf-Gurion was
the record Wttb no real diplomatic sir:...
ched to it except perhaps -ner-
jction to she v.- a
sad c: state at least o nicdirruni z:
rest
ground for the new facility, which will replace
the school's present quarters.
Friends of the Hebrew Academy may be
justly proud of the institution's accomplish-
ments since its founding 13 veers aco which
symbolize the highest intentions of the Hebrew
Day School movement.
Those in consonance with the principles of
the movement hnd in the Hebrew Academy on
exemplary expression of these principles.
Label Katz. president of E nai B nth here
for the District 5 convention, in c dedicatcrv
address spoke eloquently of the Academy and
its ideals.
The schools new quarters will oo along
Latin America, Western and Central Europt I
Eastcri Europe and Russia. Moslem countries. I
Oni branch of research occupy Institutes Do
History. This is based on recor :";**
- principally of individuals who have ;
modern history, but wbos< T
lid in all probability not
ranch of research, but one thai -
> universities throughout the world.
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TOPICS Of RISIAKH
THE ACTUAL WORK of the department has ass
'" students preparing for the MA ** ^
Jose interest to Jewry, such :.e : igtt
Spaii "Polish Jewry Under S ino-
- Christian Groups in Israt
experience of the events
icequate faculties.
As the modern buildings c; up durlnq tne
months ahecc friends of tire Academy :an
anticipcte the continuation
t.cnn: rrchievement within the ;:
.decls.
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Beach this weekena.
its annual convention on M ~ -.ir years.
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the gathering.
The scheduled appearance here -
sile expert trorr. Cop* Ccncveral tc
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DOlogical achievements -^ they rei
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wsrael Chief Cites large Measure of Agreement'
Zionist
daism.
American Council for Ju-
NEW YORK(JTAiPrime Min-
er David Ben-Gurion left for Lon-
jwth..a,,farewell..statenjyenj aj.
New York airport that Presi-
lt Kennedy had a plan for the
luti-.n l the Arab refugee prob-
i i ferring to that problem,
|n (iur.cn told reporters that he
"a very large measure of
peement" with President Ken-
[ly. thai the Pc .1 '.'lit had a
in, and that if I Vrabs would
I it, "ther I be a solu-
br '; exchl n with renort-
thi Prime Minister said he
ne er ol >ovu i
i ol an the Arab
I i in hi- h Pr iidenl
hal Zionists
, i, i nted holly-disput-
- oh Zioi and that he
know his brief
,vould sti American
ttle in
fTh? P- Tie Minister's busy week
New York included a peace-
laking meeting with heads of
>cst major Jewish organizations.
ie saic he and President Ken-
*dy e viewed a number of
ior\6 p'oblems." Pierre Salin-
jer, the Presidan' s press serre-
fary, sa:d Ibe tw/o leaders had a
rfrc'tful discussion'' in their 93-
linute meeting, and that the
'resident "was Happy to have
this opportunity to get the views"
>f the Prime Minister.
Ben-Gurion was understood to
ive discussed the Middle East
Ituation with various leaders dur-
ik his New York stay, but the
tatemenls issued at the close of
bach such meeting were largely
generalities.
Ben-Gurion addressed 45tr na-
nal Jewish leaders at a meeting
Philadelphia to celebrate the
knth anniversary of the Israel
loud Organisation. While expres-
ing continued hope that the future
(irould br -.g peace and cooperation
gtweei Israel and the Arab coun-
ties, hi -:id for the present Israel
nisi inciease vigilance since noth-
14 had icurred recently "to make
i to relax our vigilance "
t said that the need tor alertness
i..- greater than ever before.
He said also that weakness on
: Israel could tempt the
-Hike and that Israel's
Hrength was not "a threat to any-
>ne but assurance that no one will
rver make the* miscalculation of
Uacking us."
The Pi me Minister was honored
|\M!h a diplomatic luncheon at the
nited Nations, where he empha-
sised tht essential role of the UN
that : being '"a great moral ,
to.ee. focusing collective desire for'
peace and reducing the tensions '
mlch Undermine peace."
..... -
At a meeting of 300 leaders of
the United Jewish Appeal of New-
York, the Prime Minister asked
American Jews to form a "con-
structive peace corps to help our
old great nation." He was given
a tremenc'ous ovation by ihe UJA
leaders. He had brief meetings
wi!h Mrs. Roosevelt, New York,
Cov. Nelson Rockefeller, a Hi
cassah delegation, UN Ambassa
dor Adiai Stevenson, and others
Hi sp i e!i lo the UJA lead r i
i i i ;; was a rep lition ol i
lements ol | t r
the i d lor vi il nee, .1
continued aid fi i
.....lews to helj
nl potential.
He ilsi had a hreaki i \
nth Amei
eaded ij Presi
. : ie AFL-CIO. v.
>nts with Dr. Nahum Gold
_,......,..,.. scnbi Ihe in eting -
Ie : "we talked about
i met with former Pt
Harr; rruman and a- .1
! go down in hist
h > Isca< I's i i
;' .rein the former Pr
said he hoped to n
the e.
Bulgaria, Bylorussia and the
Ukraine, representatives of the
United States. Britain, France,
many of the new African coun-
tries. The Soviet Union joined
with the Arabs in staying away.
Mr. Ben-Gurion said he was sad-
dened by the absence of the Arab
delegates, but that he still re-
tained Ihe hope that eventually
there would be peace and region-
al cooperation "against Ire real
enemies of our region," such as
sterile deserts ard wasteful use
of precicus waters.
The Prime Minister addressed a
joint meeting of the Jewish A
and the American Zionist Council,
and warned that the current :
national situation mean', difficu
for Israel. He also exch i
commi
mann about ihe long-running [< i
between the two, particular!} over
thi Prime Ministi meal
on the Zionist movement and his
wid ly-publicized commi nt
A rican Jev s a id his di Eii
ol a Zi mist
Israel's Prime Minister Ben-Gurion (right) and Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. president of the World Zionist Organization, prin-
cipals in the controversy over objectives of American Zionism,
chat amiably during Ben- j
Gurion's appearance before
the Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish
Organizations, a consultative
assembly of 18 national or-
ganizations. Standing is La-
bel A. Katz, president of
B'nai B'rith and chairman of
the Presidents' Conference.
While the exchangi s were goo i
natured, ti;-1 Prin e Minister did
not retract, saying thai he lived in
a free country, as did the Amen
leaders, "and both have the right
ol free speech." With Label K tz
B'nai B'rith president as the host
he met with presidents of the 18
major national Jewish groups in
the Presidents' Conference He
later received a delegation of
American Jewish Committee lead-
ers, visited the Histadrut House,
and talked to Lessing Rosenwald,
founder and key figure in the anti-
Seccii Youth in Tourney
Jui e 13 Kill be the day of reel i-
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Golf Tournament, in whi i
a group of young Miami h i
High School linksmen are compei-
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winning, the top golfer will receive
a- a prize a week's all-expense va-
cation at the Lake Tarleton Club in
P.k.\ N. II courtesy of Walter and
Al Jacobs, of Miami Beach.
Yafl's to Hear
Harry Simonhoff
Yafl's, the Young A.'ult Friends
oi Israel, newly-organized young
adult group for men and women
21 to 35. was to meet Thursday eve-
ning at the Surfslde Town Hall.
Guest speaker was to be Harry
Simonhoff. author, lecturer, news-
paper correspondent, and world
traveler, in a discussion of Fa-
mous Jews ot the Confederacy."
His UN audience included the
permanent representatives o f
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vjewlst rkriJfon
Friday, June g
1%
Jews Warned Against Isolationism
Percy Friedlcmder, newly-elected commander of Surfside Bay
Harbor Post, Jewish War Veterans, congratulates Mrs. Arthur
Cohen, newly-elected president of the auxiliary. Other offi-
rers include Mesdames Mitchell Reiner, senior vice president;
Louis Spiegel, junior vice president; Sam Fleisher, secretary;
Belle Berman, treasurer; Theodore Wolfe, conductress; Libby
Rowan, chaplain; William Newman, auard; S. Perwin. his-
torian; and Sam Schiller, patriotic instructor.
Florida Department JWV to Convene;
Canaveral Missile Engineer to Speak
CHICAGO-(JTA)-Jews in the
United States were warned sunaaj
against "growing i-olat.onism m
Xmcr.can Jewish lite hich seeks
,0 disavow ties with Israel and
with Jews in other parts of the
world. The warning w>"*5
b, Dr Joachim Prinz. president o
the American Jewish Congress, ai
a meeting of the national governing
council, the national polic>-m.,kni
:0dy of the organization
. prim said th;.- tnu -
tionisi ideology" is finding nci
ing acceptance, particularly among
lewish college youth. He said this
development 'threatens to splinter
American Jewish community lite
and to render impossible a fruitful
relationship between American
Jews and Israel."
Dr Prinz defined "Jewish -
tionism" as "the theorj that Amer-
ican Jews are a self-suffU
contained reh.ui.Hi> sect which has
no concern or identification
Jews in other countries or will
rael, except p< rhi ps tor philanthro
py.,; He called tor a new relation
ship between U S Jewry and Israel
based not on chanty but on '-politi-
cal independence and cultural in-
terdependence
While American Jewry s sense
of "belonging to America" was
beyond dispute, he said, U. S.
Jew* at the same time have "both
the right and responsibility to ex-
press their solidarity and identi-
fication with the upbuilding of Is-
rael and with fellow-Jews in
other parts of the world. Hand in
hand with establishing strong and
friendly ties with Israelties that
must transcend philanthropy
the American Jewish community
faces the task creating a mean-
ingful Jewish li that translates
mere Jewish survival into posi-
tive Jewish living," Drt frim do-
dared.
The Anwrican Jewish Congress
leader said recent statements by
certain Israeli leaders indicated a
misunderstanding" of the real
situation ol America's 5.500.000
ise the largest
Irish history.
;Sessing th jame rights and
,ms as ill American, and liv-
, 5ocietj that protects and
maintenance
f cultura md religious identity.
American rewrj constitutes a
voiopment In Jewish ex
nee." Dr. Prinz declared. "It
leli leaders would begin
to recognize this, they would
longer try to apply outmoded^
1st terminology to the unique w,
muni'y that is American JewiJI
the 1960*9
"They would understand thtt m
do not conceive ourselves a>gue*
in a country thai is 'hostile' tojS
development. On the contra
American Jew- are fully intend
ed into every context Of Amenta
lifesocial, economic, cull
political The desire to upmj
one's self from the country
birth while understandable 11
1897 when Theodor Herzl {oreaj
the doom and disintegration
ish life in th
utterly foreign
acceptable to \ in Jewr '
Support S. Africa Republic
Continued from Page 1-A
nity. will play SOT port in facing
the coming tasics as we played
our part in ill past national
tasks."
The South African Jewish com
numt) was represented at the offi-
cial investiture Of the Republics
first president, Charles R. Swart.
and at a >tate banquet, where au-
thorities provided special kosher
food for the Chief Rabbi and other
Jewish guests. During the week-
end sermons in various synagogues
stressed the theme of citizens" loy-
alties and Government's responsi-
bilities to ensure Ihe well-being of
all sections of the country'] udut
itants.
Editorials in the Jewish ?ri
greeted the advent of the Republic.
affirming the loyalty of the cm
try's Jewish citizens, Jewisitt
fairs, the organ of the JewihBoirt
of Deputies declared: "Sosik
Africa's 100.000 Jews are a settled.
permanent part of the Europejc
population, enjoying the sane
rights and subject to the >a,tie in-
ties as other citizens, and ill ac-
cord the Republic the same loyalty
they always accorded the I'nw.
Loyalty to the state is a precept
enjoined upon Jews by Judaic."
Some 500 delegates will gather at
the DfLido hotel to launch the an-
al convention ol the Department
Ol Florida. Jewish War Veterans Ol
the United States, and its Ladies'
Auxiliary
The convention opens Friday.
with sessions slated at the DiLido
i rough Sundaj
Capt Jessrey S Peiitch. an Atlas
missile engineer, will arrive here
from Cape Canaveral to address the
IS TtJE
EICHMANN
TRIAL JUSTICE-
OR REVENGE?
No trial in history ha*
Inn111 covered a-carefully
I ami a* randidh 1 a* the
trial of X.loll Fi hinann.
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nit .1 n 1 n f o( t be I i' b
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reaJli want-! Read "The
M.aning of lle Ki-b-
m a 1111 Trial"' in this
week's Past
Department commander's banquet.
highlight of the convention, on Sat-
urday evening.
Capt. Deutch will discuss Uni-
ted States efforts aimed at orbit-
ing a man in space and show pic-
tures of the proposed flight.
Also due at the banquet is Joe
Barr. of Washington. D. C national
executive director ol JWV. and
' Mac Frankel. lifetime NEC mem
her. of Atlanta. i,.t
The auxiliary will hold a Presi-
dents luncheon on Saturday, with
some 20 reservations already tal-
lied.
Ralph Grossman, of Miami, a
Florida Power and Light official.
. is outgoing Florida commander.
Mrs Max Rubin is outgoing auxil-
iary president. Elections will be
held Sunday for new officers.
Co-chairmen of the convention
.ire Percy Friedlander. president
,>f the convention corporation, and
Mrs Frieda LeVme. vice president
Friedlander declared Wednes-
day that "the Florida Depart-
ment has made great increases ii
membership dcring the past year.
The Dade county organization is
the second largest veterans' body
locally, with ten posts char-
tered."
Friedlander said that one of the
IWV reports at the convention will
leal with its Greater Miami Jewish
Federation activities, "which show
.1 20 percent htereasi gifts." He
so anticipates 1 department res-
olution "for an all-out embargo on
Cub.
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Rational Home for Aged JWV
members and their wives for
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, old. A former act the Yid-
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Temple Menorah confirmed 18 children al
ceremonies on the iirst day of Shavuolh. The
clan presented a dramatic reading, "The
Seven Golden Branches," written by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. Participating were Car.lcr
Edward Klein and the Temple choir. Confix-
mands received special confirmat'on certifi-
cates and gifts from Herzl Honor, education
director, and Mrs. Rcy Morse, Sisterhood pres-
White House Asks Congress
For Policy Against Blockades
WSSmNGTON-(JTA)-The White House has called on~cSSJreM
i declare it the policy oi the United states to support "freedom of
navigation in international waterways, and recognition of the right of
in private persons to travel and pursue their lawful activities without
discrimination as to race or religion.''
This was made known this week
, \: ",l 1ul,lK'M u' Con' support the principles ol increased
Jfess ..>i .i new foreign aid pro
gram.
In Section 102 of the implement
ns legislation, drafted by the
White House, the an'.i-Discrimin
ident. Seated (left to right) are Elaine Gesund-
heit. Flora Green, Susan Blank. Susan Brody,
Suscn Snyderman, Lynn Newman, Ellen Ros-
enfeid. Standing (ieft to right) are Robert Ett,
Charles Lindenbaum, Kenneth Sussmcn. Bar- ation phrasing is contained Al
hough no specific mention was
made oi the Arab blockade and
.oyco'.t. Administration sources
aid the wording was added in
consonance With President Ken
nedy's opposition to such tactics.
bora I.ynne Segal, Gail Greenhouse, Rabbi
Mc yer Abrcmcwnz, Candy Morse, Susan
Stamler, Bruce Kashick, Richard E. Friedman.
Ted Cooper and Robert Lipson.
Pretest Visa Abuse by Adolf's Son
Continued from Page 1-A
en. and obviously canr.ot be, ac-
Bised ol the war crimes committed
his father and ether Nazis when
, Nicolas Eichmann. was but a
fluid. However, this fact does not
j\r him the right to abuse the pnv
point that N colas Eichmann was
ieoparc'-iing American relations
with many friend y foreign na-
tions, including NATO members
whose citizens suffered under
Nazism, and Israel."
of any group ol American citizens
or to inject the poison of Nazi anti-
Jewisbness, thus taking advantage
*f his ho ts."
a visitor to impugn the loyalty abroad?"
Hibiscus Lodge Makes Awards
The JWY commander added:
"Our nation is currently beset with
It was alsc termed an apparent native racist agitators. Why should
tui- of a visitor's visa, issued by "breach cl American hospitality for we import more agitators from
lh( U. S. Consular authorities in
_( niina."
Nicolas Eichmann, :n a Washing
Ion press interview, claimed that
lather, now on trial in Israel.
>ac "saved the Jews who are now
Bving very healthy, very rich may-
Will they testify? No. no, you
:r:"t get this out of a Jew .
It v don't behave like citizens in
tmerica .*'
Feuer said: "It is not the view
l our organization that the sins of
be lather should be placed upon
he .-on. We do. however, feel that
Hibiscus Masonic Lodge 273 held
its traditional annual awards night
last week lor outstanding contribu-
tions to Freemasonry.'
Members who received engraved
placques were past master Nathan-
iel G. Kir sen; pf.: master Norton
tation ceremonies, assisted by
past master Norton S. Pallot, who
announced that on Tuesday, June
20, additional presentations will
be made.
Edward A. Platkin. chairman,
blood bank committee, announced
The clauses were added after
a recent State Department ex-
pression sought to minimize dis-
criminatory Arab practices. The
expression, a letter from Brooks
Hays, Assistant Secretary of
State for Congressional Rela-
tions, to a member of Congress,
caused a number of protests to
the Administration. An executive
department source said that
stronger phrasing, specifically
mentioning Arab abuses, was de-
sired by some, but the State De-
partment insisted on less specific
wording.
economic cooperation and trade
among nations, freedom of naviga-
tion in international waterways,
and recognition of the right t<> all
private persons lo travel and fir-
sue their lawful activities without
discrimination as to race or relig
ion.
"Accordingly, the Congress here*
by allirms it to be the policj oi
the United States to make assis-
tance available under this part in
scope and on a basis ol long-range
continuity essential to the creation
Of an environment in which the
\ energies of the peoples of the
I world can be devoted to construe-
live purposes, free of pressure and
i erosion by the adversaries of free-
dom."
Rabbi Hurwitz on Radio
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Tem-
ple Zamora, Coral Gables, will de-
j liver two morning addresses over
radio station WCKR on June 13 and
June 21 at 5:55 a.m., as part of the
The part of Section 102 contain-' morni"S chapel hours sponsored by
in^ the anti-discrimination clause
reads:
the Rabbinical
i Miami.
Assn. of Greater
S. Pallot. Maurice de H. College-
c Pureau of Immigration should man. Morns Grumer, and Harris I that on the same night a special
mrr.ediately investigate the matter | Waterman. 'award will be given to past master
i Kichmann's abuse ol the visa." Samuel W. Shapiro, the first Five
Jerome S. Merlin, worshipful Ga]lon chlb member.
master, presided over the presen-
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BBYO Advisors To be Honored
Shown are nine students who were confirmed
ct Beth Torah Congregation last Sunday eve-
ning. Seated (left to right) are Gilda Abram-
owitz, Toni Ziffer, Loretta Greenwald, Diane
Ealberg, Debra Karg. Standing (left to right)
are Steven Frank, Abraham I. Gittelson. edu-
cation director, Mrs. Irving Seidel, confirma-
tion teacher, Edward Solomon, Mark Feldman,
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, Rabbi Max A.
Lipschitz, and Bernard Ginsberg.
De Gaulle in Lavish Fete for B-G
Twenty-five volunteer advisors to
r> run B'rith youth groups m
Greater Miami will be honora. at:
the Dupont Plaza hotel Monday
evening, it -a as announced by Eli
HurwitZ, president of the BB\0
board of directors,
The corps of advisors Includes 30
persons who guide the 30 chapters
Vlep Zadik Alep and B'nai B'rith
Girls "i'h a membership of l.ooo
Jewish high school youth.
The program ol club activity is
.,.,; b) B nai B'rith and fea-
,.,.,,, activity focusing on social,
cultural, religious, community ser-
vice an : athletic programs in a
!,;- and recreational set-
ting.
The evening at the Dupont Pla-
ia is being planned by Sherri
Langer and Deity Kleinman,
members of Debs B'nai B'rith
Girls. Master of ceremonies
will be Martin Sachs, president
of B'nai B'rith Youth Council,
and guest speakers will include
Eli Hurwiti, David Sachs, chair-
man of the Florida State B'nai
B'rith Youth Committee, and
Mrs. Jane Robinson, Miami
golis, Bobbie Neiberger. \iKim
Kokeash, Phylii Parnes i.ly Ho
kins. Linda Brown ^Ij*
Switman.
Awarded previously for haviu
the greatest length ol iirvie2
the BBYO program. \; ,n p_
dell will in turn present an awjrt
to Mrs. Edward Sabra, u no is s.
ond in years of service as an ad".
visor. Mrs. Sabra was former!)
president of the Holly \ iod B'nai
B'rith Women, and
both a teen-ager in g,.,^
Girls and as a yi ng i in ^
B'nai B'rith you: g j
Continued from Page 1-A
Israel France's "friend and ally"
and assured Israel of "our soli-
darity." He made this statement
in a toast to Israel at Elysee Pal-
fee, and said also "it is a great
pleasure to greet you again, as
well as Mrs. Ben-Gurion, Mrs.
Meir, and Mr. Peres." Mrs.
Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Min-
ister, and Shimon Peres, Deputy
Defense Minister, were among
these invited to the event.
"In the world in which we live,
it is useful that men of good will
should meet on common ground."
Gen. de Gaulle declared. "This is
what has happened to us once
again. This is true in all respects
and particularly in those matters
which concern Israel, whose worth
: and grandeur we all know. We also
know of Israel's difficulties and
, preoccupations."' the French lead-
er added. "We want to assure you
: of our solidarity and friendship.
We greet Israel, our friend and
ally."
Mr. Ben Gurion. replying in
French, expressed Israel's grati-
tude for everything France has
I clone for Israel since the Jewish
, *tate was created "and throughout
the difficult hours which we have
! since experienced and still experi-
| ence. I want to express once again
j the deep gratitude felt by the peo-
I pie and the Government of Israel
toward your country and our per-
, sonal admiration for Gen. de
Gaulle."
The French cabinet postponed its
: weekly session Monday to enable
I three of its members to attend a
dinner tendered .Monday night by
Ambassador Eytan in honor of Mr
Ben-Gurion.
The Israel Embassy had been in-
I formed that Maurice Couve de Mur-
j ville, the Foreign Minister, Ed-
| mond Michelet, the Justice Minis*
| ter. and Education Minister Paye
v,ould be unable to attend. Shortly
before Mr. Ben-Gurion's arrival,
the embassy was informed of the
cabinet meeting postponement so
the ministers could attend.
Maurice Schumann, chairman
of the Parliamentary Foreign
Affairs Committee, was another
last-minute arrival. He hastened
to Paris for the dinner from the
provinces, where he is fighting
for his government seat in a local
election. The four French lead-
ers were joined by three former
Prime Ministers, Pierre Mendes-
France, Guy Mollet, and Jules
Moch, in paying tribute to Is-
rael's Prime Minister.
Two of France's top soldiers,
Chief of Staff Gen. Martin and Gen.
Lavaud. chief of the Supplies De-
partment in the Defense Ministry,
also attended the dinner as did
, Prof. Francois Berin, chief of the
j French Atomic Energy Commis-
| sion.
No speeches were made at the
dinner but afterwards small groups
of French leaders and Israelis
formed for both practical and gen-
eral discussions, Mr. Ben-Gurion
was engrossed for nearly an hour
with Foreign Minister Murvilleand
former Premier Mendes-France.
Mr. Peres had a discussion believed
Hebrew Free Loan Meeting
A special board meeting of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Assn. will be held at Beth El Con-
I gregation Monday evening.
to be ol practical issues with Gen,
Lavaud
Mr. Bm-Giirion met Tuesday
morning with Mrs. Meir at the I-
rael Embassy for a review of the
Prime Minister's talks with Presi-
dent Kennedy. Prime Minister John
Diefenbaker, of Canada, and Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan. 01
Britain. and in preparation for hi>
later talks with President de Gaulle,
Lear Camp
Now Registering
Richard E. Lear
Lear School summi n
nounces that ri gisti.'. for -;
camp's seventh seaSM
is under way
The camp will have laily ms-
sions on the school's inds at
KHO West ave.. birder. in Bis-
cayne Bay Opening da is June
22, and will la-t lor eiga weeks,
Children ages 4 to 5 ng ac-
cepted.
The camp offers a : I water
sports program on its oi l ;wunds.
Featured will be swimnugA the
school's 75-ft. swimming jool, fil-
ing, water-skiing lr>m r.;- school*
ierald < ohen Harold Unas, la- ,, ", ..
;. iTT ..-, p,i, fleet of sail and n-. tor its, and
nara TiubeTman. Mvrna Paicy, ,
water safety programs u.-der the
supervision ol qui ,fied Red Cross
instructors.
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Advisors who will he recognized
include Newton Hofstadter, Ted
Fisher. Joseph Sadick, Mary Kay.
Milton Kcndell. Sigmund Silber.
Bernard weithorn, Alan Rock.
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Lenore Sabnp, Ljnda Baskow, Mary
Cornblum, Sylvia Shanbrun, Diane
Lapin. Carol Abrams, Elaine Mar-
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+Jewish ihridHcir)
Page 9-A
Many Germans Feel TV Film Unfair
Continued from Page 1-A
terlln cither saw some or all of
Triple installation ceremonies of the congregation. Sister-
hood, and Men's Club were featured last Saturday evening
at Coral Way Jewish Center. Here, Norman Farber, new pres-
ident of the Men's Club, is shown receiving the gavel from
Roy Miller, outgoing president.
State Dep't. Denies Accord
Reached in High Level Talks
Continued fiom Page 1-A
pensation. "It will fully support
moves made by the Conciliation
Commission in accordance with
them," the State Department de-
clared.
At the same time, the statement
revealed that President Kennedy.
in his talks with the Israel Prime
Minister, "stressed the importance
ol Israel's cooperating with such
efforts as may be initiated by the
UN Palestine Conciliation Commis-
sion."
The State Departments state-
ment, issued by Lincoln White, its
press secretary, reads:
""On May 10. the United Nations
Conciliation Commission for Pales-
tine issued a communique report-
ing that it had met that day to
(( nsider steps which could usefully
lu taken in the fulfillment ol" its
responsibilities pursuant to the
General Assembly resolutionthe
ise number of it is 1604 (XV)
. 1 April 21. 1961. and relevant
: i \ ious resolutions. These rese-
ll '.ions envisage the solution of the
I t Mine refugee problem through
Proceeds for Veterans
vish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary. North Shore Post, will
I a card party at Temple Ner
'tainid on Wednesday evening.
Proceeds are for the veterans re-
habilitation program.
repatriation or compensation.
"The United States Government
has consistently supported these
resolutions, and will fully support
moves made by the Commission in
accordance with them. Now. in
their brief informal meeting in New
York. President Kennedy raisce
with Prime Minister BenGunon
he subject of the tragic plight of
the Arab refugees, and stressed
the importance of Israel's cooperat-
ing with such efforts as may be
iniated by the United Nations Pal-
estine Conciliation Commission.
Since the Commission's endeav-
ors have not as yet taken precise
form, and since in any case the re-
sponsibility lies with the parties di-
rectly concerned as they may be
assisted by the United Nations Com-
mission, the question of an under-
standing between ihc President and
the Prime Minister as to specific
solution did not arise."
(The New York Times reported
Sunday from Beirut that President
Kennedy sent letters of goodwill to
the chiefs of state of the United
Arab Republic, Saudi Arabia. Iraq.
Jordan and Lebanon about ten days
before the visit of Premier Bcn-
Gurion to the United States. Al-
though it ""id not mention Mr. Ben-
Gurion's visit, the message was
meant to reassure the Arab leaders
that the meeting between the Pres-
ident and the Israeli Premier did
not alter the United States' rela-
tions With the Arab states, the
Times report stated.)
elfort by the International Bed
Cross. The Red Cross will act as
he programs or heard about them. an in,tl'"ll;"y between the West
oils by the Allensbach Public
pinion Institute indicated that
nly two-fifths of the viewers re-
tarded the presentation of the Hit
er period as correct." Twenty
icrcent said they regarded the
erfes as presenting an "incorrect"
dcture.
Police Chief Arrested
DUSSELDORF i.lTA) The ar-
est of Wilhelm Doering, 43, bead
f the criminal police in Siegburg,
n charges of possible participa-
.on in mass execution of Jews in
tussia during World War II. was
mnounced this week by Josel Duf-
ues. North-Rhine Westphailia In-
erior Minister.
Doering is the sixth police chief
n the West German province
igainst whom criminal proceed-
ngs stemming from wartime ac-
ivities have been opened in re
;ent months.
The Public Workers Union, which
tarted a campaign five years ago
igainst former SS and SD officers
n the North-Rhine Westphalia pol-
ce force, reported that at least 30
uch police officials have been sus-
>ended and some have been ar-
rested.
+ *
Globke Case Closes
BONN(JTA)The Bonn Pros-
cution Office announced this week
that an investigation against Dr.
.fans Globke. State Secretary to
'hanccllor Konrad Adenauer, had
>een closed.
A six-month investigation had
failed to verify charges by Dr.
Max Merten, Nazi wartime ad-
ministrator of Salonika, Greece,
against Dr. Globke, the announce-
ment said.
Merten had accused Globke of
having had dealings with Adolf
Eichmann. the former Gestapo
colonel now on tria) in Jerusalem
and of participation in the exterm
ination of European Jewry.
* *
Victims Get Compensation
BONN (JTA) The West Ger-
man Government this week asked
the International Red Cross to act
as disbursing agent for monies
granted persons behind the Iron
Curtain entitled to compensation
for having been victims of Nazi
medical experiments during the
war. Germany has no diplomatic
relations with Hungary, Poland.
Rumania or Czechoslovakia, where
many ol these victims now live.
The West German Foreign Office
said that it will be helped in the
thus making aid possible for per
sons residing in countries which
do not maintain diplomatic rela-
German Government and victims, '.ions with the Federal Republic.
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Book Review Tuesday
Rabbi David Rosenield will re-
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Dov Joseph, at a luncheon meeting
Of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
at the Ritz Plaza hotel Tuesday
noon. Gerson S. Miller is chairman
of luncheons.
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toy. Iu-e 9, i^
Eeth Torah Congregation will install all newly-elected officers
end directors of the congregation, Men's Club, Sisterhood,
ieugicus school PTA. and nursery-kindergarten PTA at a spe-
cial service Friday night. Shown are officers of the congre-
gation. Seated (left to right! are Judge Arthur Snyder, new
president; Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader; and Har-
old Walk, outgoing president. Standing (left to right) are Sey-
mour Brookmeyer, financial secretary; Carl Zwerner, ways
ond meens vice president; Mrs. Al Williams, corresponding
secretary; Irving Seidel, executive religious vice president;
Mrs. Herman Hamburg, recording secretary; Newton Greene,
membership vice president; Dr. Samuel Leb, house vice pres-
ident. Not shown is George Goodman, treasurer.
Sunday Laws Reaffirmed
Continued from Page 1-A
with part of Chief Justice War-
ren's ruling but not with other
parts A ba>ic case in the decision
involved five Orthodox Jewish resi-
dents ol Pennsylwnia They con-
tended that mandatory Sunday
rig violated their religious
in (com.
The effect of the ruling was ex-
pected to be one of strengthening
th< ant:-Sunday work stand of offi-
cials cf the many states which
h?ve controversial "blue laws."
; However, the Chief Justice noted
that such law< could be found un-
constitutional in the future if they
could be proved that they were
being used by states "to aid re-
ligion."
Among the Jewisn groups which
have registered opposition to such
laws are the Synagogue Council of
America, the National Community
Relations Advisory Council, the
American Jewish Committee, the
American Jewish Congress, and
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'r.ai B'rith.
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BEACH APPIAUDS 35 YEARS OF DEDKATED HRVICE
City's Need is Mom's Lipp's Concern
.., r 7' 0 member- oi the
Hiu h Chamber ol
merc< eel brated its 40th anniver-
sary e Fontainebleau hotel,
they homage to Morris N
Lipp U r service to Miami Beach
during 35 ol those vears.
Lipp. who started with the city
u. 1926. was born in Boston.
uated from MIT and South Florida
College Of Law. and started his long
collaboration with the city, first as
: draftsman, city engine< i in
1933. assistant city managi
1951, and attaining th< position oi
i itj manager i i I
After the hurricane of 1926,
Lipp initiated a survey aimed at
more oceanfront protection. To-
day, though he is a recognized
authority en this subject and a
director cf the American Shore
and Beach Preservation Assn.,
he is still seeking better methods
of solving the problem.
Parks Rusk, vice president <>! ihe
Chamber, in presenting Lipp with
the Chamber's plaque, emphasized
i!.- "steadfast service, consistent,
efficient and dedication oi effort
Lipp has been identified with
every city construction project and
capital improvement in Miami
Beach for 35 >ear<," -aid Ru-k.
"and he knows the location of i
light and every fireplug."
Lipp served in World War II as
? major in the Army Corps of En-
gineers, belongs to many state and
national engineering societies, and
is active in Rotary. Elks, Mason-.
Veterans of Foreign Wars. Ameri-
can Legion. Jewish War Veterans,
and B'nai B'rith.
He now resides on w -47th -t..
with his wife. Helen, who was seat-
ed with him at the banquet.
Telegrams of congratulations
to Lipp came from many organi-
zations and individuals, including
MORRIS N. LIPP
Bureau Director
Named Vice Pres.
Of National Body
Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, was elected vice presi-
dent of the National Council ot
Jewish Education at its annual con-'
vention in Atlantic City. He has
served as treasurer of the National
Council and on membership and
nominations committees.
Schwart/man, now completing 12
year- with the local Bureau, comes
from Baltimore. Md., where he
served as assistant director of the
Board of Jewish Education and in
a similar capacity in Wilmington.
Del. He was the first director in
the Atlanta Bureau where he re-1
mained for three years
Schwartzman has been Hillel
Mt. Sinai Hospital, Te-np|, Bb,
Sholom. Miami Bs.eh C n s^
St. Francs Hospital, and 2
gressman Dante Fasc*||.
Lipp himself b< lieve; that "th
basis of good i ginei ,s J|
economics." When co ^Z
plans for a construction ho 1
proves only il earns "ye$"T
the question. ], a ,uate (I
the city's need pre* and j.
the immediate futu j., ..,,.,
to "Is it mori thai jCn3L
need?"
This is the extei 1cdica<
tion of the mar and
Morns Lipp
Chamber of Commerci saw it: flu
40th anniversary | the c and 35
years of dedicati sei t that
city as irre\. ,. .- In<(,
That both occask 1 wi marked
together is a ;r:; u to Lie signifj.
cance of each.
New Exhibit on Bec:'i
Three new exhibits OCWkg
prints of 17th centurj li and, con.
temporary American vatercohri,
and a section devoted I :ne color
print medium, open* at the Miami
Beach Art Center, 2100I ins aw,
on June 12. o Minim through
June 28. Fifty etching: and en-
gravings by some 11 Holland's most
famous artists an inch Led in the
exhibit, "The (i< Iden Age in Hol-
land." Familiar name- nich as
Rembrandt arc >. Ri lael are
included
counselor at Emory L'ni irsityind
Georgia Institute it Technology,
lie is a past instructor Hebrew
and Hebrew civilization 6 'he Uni-
versity of Miami, past ie presi-
dent of National Young J idaea,Md
past director of the Seaboard Zion-
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+Jewist) fhri(fi^ti
Expect Eichmann Will
Take Witness Stand
Page 11-A
Continued from Page 1-A
Iliad frustrated some efforts to pay.
it he Nazis winterized trucks for
permission to let a million Jews
escape death One member of the
three-judge tribunal. Justice Binya
[nun Halevi, ha> asked the prosecu-
tion to reexamine the records of'
['(!,a; proposed deal, to show how!
jthe Russians reacted to that pro-;
posal.
A- the prosecution came near
1 ( nd if its case. Israelis showed
considerable interest in some of
the documents presented by Mr.
Hausner last week, showing the
role played during the Nazi re-'
mi the former Grand Mufti
ol Jerusalem.
The Mufti documents, captured
by the Allies in Austria in 1945. ;
show that the wartime religious
leadei if the Moslem's had urged
Hitler*! Foreign Minister, Joachim
\ m Ril bentrop, to do all he could
In frustrate Allied negotiations
with B garia. Rumania and Hun
gary. whom the Allies wanted to
permit Jews to emigrate. The
(irar.d Mufti was shown also to
have written to the Rumanian and
Bulgarian governments, urging
them t< forbid Jewish emigration
to Palestine and to send them in-
stead under strong, energetic
guard" 'o Nazi camps in Poland.
Meanwhile, three survivors of
the Nazi holocaust two who
livec through the atrocities at
Maidanek, and one who had been
at the notorious Sobibor camp
testified in the Adolf Eichmann
trial here Monday, piling more
grueicme details upon earlier
grisly reports of Nazi horrors.
One c* the witnesses, Yosef Res-
nik, testified that Nazi army
bands played lively music at
Maidanek, while Jews were
marched to mass graves. "The
bands kept playing all the time,"
he toe the court, "and the in-
mate! did not know what was
going en. At the graves, the ma-
chine guns were working all the
time."
; know who Eichmann was, until he
returned to his hut, Friedman said
he noted that it was Eichmann
who acted as leader and -asked all
the questions "
program at Maidanek were told
the court by Resnik, now'a resi-
dent of Israel. A Jew, Resnik
was fighting with the Polish
army when he.was captured by
the Germans in 1941. He told
how Jews from the entire area
of Lublin, Poland, were rounded
up and brought to Maidanek in
1943. On Nov. 2 and 3, he said,
entire columns of Jews were
marched into open mass graves,
while German cards played.
you recognize the
man
Gen-
"Can
here today?" asked Attorney
oral Hausner.
Friedman took a hard look ;
the prisoner iq the bullet-proof.
glass-enclosed cage in the court-
room, and replied: '"His features
have not changed."
F'riedman told the court he was
freed, "with other Christians," in
the spring of 1944. and warned to
forget everything he had seen and
heard at Maidanek. "However,"
he said, 'no Jew was ever released
from Maidanek." Mr. Hausner en-
tered a document, furnished to the
Israel Government by Poland,
showing that about 200.000 Jews
were annihilated by the Nazis at
Maidanek alone.
Details of the mass-murder
Ke.-nik said he had been one of
240 Jewish slave laborers forced
to build the death factory at Maid-
anek. After being assigned to huts
he and the other "strongest and
healthiest" were taken in trucks
n the direction of Chelmo. to ar.
area known as Vorky Forest. For
two weeks, he said, "we did no-
thing.*' Then the Jews were order-
ed to "start digging
After removing three spadefuls
of earth." he testified, "1 hit the
skull of a human being There was '
a terrible smell all around. We
had hit a mass grave. It was 170
meters long, and there were some
10.000 bodies in the grave. They
burned the bodies A special ma
chine to grind up the bones was
brought. The ground material was
sifted, and the gold was removed.'
Then the ground material was
scattered, and grass was planted
atop.
"One of the graves remained
open all the time. Trucks would
bring warm bodies which were
tossed into this open grave.' Res-
nik said. "Ultimately, Resnik and
three other Jewish inmates man-
aged to escape from Maidanek by
digging a tunnel under tie bunker
to which they had been assigned.
Dov Freiberg, who testified he
had spent 17 months at the Sobi-
bor death camp, said he was
only 15 years old when he ar-
rived at Sobibor. He said he was
assigned to a work detail whose
job was to r-'t Hie rm1 ??-
fects of inmates, and some r,mes
to cut the women's hair, before
the victims entered the gas
chamber;.
Jewish Qfl i : .'..o.\ ac-
cording to Freiberg, were- deliber-
ately misled by the Nazis, being
told, though they were only a few
feet from the gas chambers, that
they would be reunited with their
families for work in the fields of
the Ukraine. Many members of
li:s work detail. Freiberg tol I the
court, committed suicide. He said
he was on the verge of suicide
once but "after a struggle with my.
self, i n/,. '-d the idea
Cedars Meeting
For Bondholders
AnoVrer witness. Yaacov Fried-
man, a Polish-born Jew. who First annual meeting of over
"passed'' as a Christian but who 1.200 bondholders of Cedars ol Leb-
W8S, nevertheless, imprisoned at I anon Hospital has been scheduled
Maidanek when he was suspected for Wednesday, June 28. 8 p.m.. in
Of being a member of a Polish the Dupont Plaza hotel,
partisan group, identified Eich-! Interest checks will be distribn-
mann as "one of the leaders and ted at the meeting, and a complete
planners" of the Jewish annihila-; progress report will be made, in-!
Reelect Newman
Beth Am Head
Robert H. Newman has been
elected to serve for a third term
as president of Temple Beth Am.
Serving with him will be Joseph
Altschuller. Barney Bernstein. Al-
bert B. Levine and Byron Cherkas.
vice presidents: Milton Russinof,
treasurer; Harry G. Gunther, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs Herman
Brenner, corresponding secretary:
and Mrs. Joseph Molien. recording
secretary.
Those elected to the board of di-
rectors are Herbert Blume. Ben
Clein, Murray Dubbin, Herman
Feldman. Phil Fruitstone. Nathan
Gaines, Lewis Gillis. Norman
Green, Alan Kessler. Marvin Koff-
man, Milton Korotkin, George
Light. Joseph Masters. Herbert
Mintz. Morton Orbach, Harold
Pomcrantz. Milton Rapport. Phil
Revitz, Maurice Rudnick, Mrs.
Joshua Segal. Sidney Schreer, and
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Friedman said Eichmann came
to th camp as the apparent head
of ten SS officers inspecting the
installation. Although he did not
Going to
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advancements and lund-raising ac-
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Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
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Friday. June 9, j^
JVS Here Gets National Approval
has _
Jewish Vocational Service
had its counseling services approv-
ed by the American Board on Pro-
tessional Standards in Vocation
ounseling, and is now included in
the Directory of Vocational Cmm-
selinu Services, 1961-1962.
The directory contains intorma-
tion about approved vocational
counseling services whose stand-
ards have been carefullj reviev ed
> the board.
een functiomn |
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afl t two
JVS has
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New Beth David Congregation officers are
seated (left to right) Frank Rose, financial sec-
rotary; Phillip Schiff, president; Harry Simons,
treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Herbert
and Lewis Sternshein, vice presidents. Not
shown are Emanuel Smith, corresponding sec-
retary; Sam Ostrowsky. assistant treasurer;
and Charles Z. Spingarn, assistant financial
Sher, Sheldon Kay, Daniel Serott, Max Silver, secretaiy.
Beth David Congregation Elects Schiff;
Aronovitz Steps Down from Presidency
I'hillip Schiff, Miami attorney of
the law firm of Dubbin, Schiff,
Berkman and Dubbin, was elected
to the presidency of Beth David
Congregation at the annual meet-
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evening.
Schiff. a member of Beth David
for the past 15 years, came to Mi-
ami in 1945, after having served
four years in the infantry, where
he attained the rank of major. He
has been active in the affairs of
Beth David as a member of the
board of directors, executive com-
mittee, and auditorium steering
committee.
A former president of the Isaac
Levin Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Schiff also served as co-chairman
in the Young Adult Division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal,
and is currently a member of
that organization's attorneys com-
mittee.
Elected to servie with S
were Sheldon Kay. Danii I S
Iti rl Slier. Max Silv< r and Lewis
Sternshein, vice presidents; Eman-
uel Smith, corresponding secre-
tary; Frank Rose, financial secre-
tary; Harry Simons, treasurer;
Sam Ostrowsky. assistant treasur-
er; and Charles Z. Spingarn. as-
sistant financial secretaiy.
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Friday, June 9, 1961
fJewist fhrkttar)
Page 13-A
TALES OF MORALS
One day. as a farmer was out
plowing his field, lie came across
a pleCT of 'broken mirror. He pick-
ed it up. and never having seen a |
mirror before, looked at the re- '
flection and saw to his amazement *
*dW etcact replica of his deceased h
father. He lovingly cradled (he mir- I
p rot and placed it in the bosom of j
Pl Knowing that his wife did not lilje
hu father, he tool; the piece of
claw upstairs to his attic, and there
- he thoughtfully placed il in a truni;
and covered it lovingly to at to
shield it from the cold, damp air.
The frequent visits in ihe attic
aroused the suspicion of his wife.
one day irhtlr the farmer was
away, v searched through the attic
id found the chest wherein she
..:< the piece of glass. She looked
sdto .: reflection, ami became
. y u: her husband. Wh. n hi
'.. id atu n How dare you %o
i' i ig to spend it
putal lisshei eled
As a till
the ivife sued |
-. ( and the natrn
as correspi :. During tic
. ;. the hiff presi nti d the
:. the fudge and said: "See,
is .> thi uomjn tliut nv husband
... been spending his evenings
: in the attic." The judge lool^
;,i in the mirror and said, ''Why
I sec ui) ivoman I see onl\ mvself.'
MORAL: At all limes man
nly able to sec what he wants to
c t .
I
3n <7L IQeJm Of JHi
tavni s
9SU-
gioits
JZife
Family and Home Central
Source of Jewish Survival
5
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JIt i 9 \AJ e c h e n J
RAHBl LOWS CASSEL
. studying Torah
By RABBI LOUIS A. CASSEL
Torah Temple
Society, we all know, is not com-
posed of men and women who
come out of a void, but of men and
women who are born into families,
who came out of the family en-
vironment, and who are molded by
family influences. The family
makes a distinct and specific con-
tribution to social life and social
progress, a contribution that can-
not be made by any other organ-
zation. No other institution can
serve as an adequate substitute
for the family.
It is also true that much of the formal education of
our children may be delegated Lto
the schools, the family will con-
tinue to remain a potent instru-
ment of education for both children
and their parents. The educa-
tional influence of the home in the
formation of habits, attitudes and
outlook on life, from the early plas-
tic years through adulthood, no one
Will deny In other words, the family is not only the first; it is one
of the most powerful educational institutions.
The Jewish people owe their survival, in a large part, to three
institutions: the school, the synagogue, and the family. Of the three
the lamily is the most important, it is through the family that
our Jewish heritage is transmitted from one generation to the next.
It is through the family that our centuries-old reservoir of social ex
perience and spiritual wealth is deepened and enriched.
Jewish family life has been developed and conserved through
customs and ceremonies in the home rather than in the school and
synagogue. The Friday evening service that welcomes the Sabbath
with the lighting of the Sabbath lights by the mother, and the Kid
dush, or sanctification, and the blessing recited by the father over
the additional cup of wine: the annual Passover feast or Seder service
and the home observance of other festival and holy days: the Jewish
dietary laws; the celebration of happy anniversaries and the marking
of sad remembrances and the days of mourning in the Jewish calen-
dar all of these have made the Jewish home a refuge and a de-
fense in time of trial and oppression, and above all, a sanctuary and
a source of joy and courage and inspiration in every period of life.
Thus, the Jewish family that lives in accordance with Jewish
tradition based upon the Torah. the Bible, not only insures the sur-
vival of traditional Judaism, but also advances the cause of democ-
racy. Children of such a family will understand that Judaism and
Americanism go hand-in-hand, that the adherence to, rather than the
divorcement from Judaism, makes for a better America.
Information to be included in the Religious Services colurrYh
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
4GUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Csrlyl* av*
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Evsr.
NSHE EMES.
Conservative,
pieaident.
2533 SW 19tn awe.
Maxwell Siiberman,
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
Saturday in a.m. Bar Mitsvah: M rk,
ion >:' Mr. and Mm. R"bi rt Kchweit-
aer; Howard, win .; Mr, and Mrn
Irving hrledman.
3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcr Sch.ff
7 i Sal urda> :'M a.m Si
ii-.n: "iv.ni i. mi i.i "i llesixHint
lillli I in Sidney A
if ii r. a tut VIi -'

3ETH EUETH. -22f>0
Conservative Cantor
t
GEMS OF WISDOM
justice unlei
4:l4r,r '
There is no true
m< 'y in pri of It.
\w 2nd ave.
Hyman Fein.
SETH ISRAEL.
thodox. Rabbi
- -
4000
Prairie ave. Or-
nila Rottrr.an
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Wasliroton
dve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Sttrn.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
; .- .. ..I.I'. II a I. S 1
'The Kyi .- nl th H'
BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
KYIda;
'h.i- W1
mun: 1
i'
S.-nnon: Th< N<
Saturday 7 a m. S i -
ortIon u( tin Wi k. '
-iatf n*K ^Nn&r ,mfrzm
t t t :: V
n,l?ia; trrt$vt oaf r^nnn
t : I *
nrrn n^nnnn-
t : t t t : -
^ainrrrn isoa
-nn in*2K *?s nxana D-ao
-: y t: t T-: -
/D"r nnan ,ijmxw ,r\yi
.artan nX I^DX WnW\ back to The process v
i '''' \ nassed on his autl
xin^a
What is the origin of the practice
of ordaining Rabbis?
This practice has been traced
JiTlD*?
T
j passed on his authority and lead-
tfV?Br MVP ; ership to his disciple. Joshua.
T Other claim that the origin stems
7W3T nnX iT'jX OS? 127nnn \ from the occasion when Moses or-
Kv.^w.^p&r> seven,y c,ders D'S^XT Di^X tfani W'&btf Atnanv H was Rabbi Gamliel
Jhxaa "pnipa *iaa "asy
irD^toa w^m (i6o) n^m
.mxaa ^ainn-ai Toia
T-:- i i
This pane is prepared in co-
operation with the Spiritual Lead-
er- of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIP8CHITZ
Coordinator
Contnbulor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
:iuuuuuu> luuiiiuiimiiuuiUi uuiiiu: uuiiiil iiiuiuiuudii
him or. better said, depending"
on him to carry on the tradition
(rpp^j nn^r rn? ?1n?)
TRANSLATION -
"Jerusalem," Theodor Herd."
SZion," "Israel"these are the
rTamcs of the ships of Shoham, lor
a number of years already familiar
te the greatest harbors of the
\wirld. An Israeli sailor in Naples
or New York no longer seems an
attraction. People have got used
to the idea that Jews can also be
seamen.
It was hard at the beginning.
th'e captain related, as he surveys
his new ship with pleasure. "We.
the Zim company, even preceded
the State. We arose three years
before it; we began with one ship
Actually it was
Hazaken in the First Century who
was the first after the clays of
Moses to have been referred to
with the title of rabbi. Whether
iis ordination is a continuation of
>he original ordination, or whether that had been given him and that
,here was a period of no ordination was passed on through the ages Qrthc
ind his was a resumption of ordin- from teacher to disciple.
ation, is difficult to determine Evcn though later practice evi-
from purely- scientific data avail-. tU-ntly did away with the physical
Traditional thinking assumes HCl of "leaning" or "placing the
hat the chain of authority, in one hands" upon the disciple who was
form or another, is an unbroken -fo be or(|ajned. the original expres-
one from the days of Moses unto jjon was stjn retained, either to
the present day. show the continuous chain of
authority or to make the disciple
realize that the predecessors were
depending" upon him.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave |
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president, i
3ETH TPILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thOdOK. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
i-'iiiiiiv 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:43 .> m
Bar Miizvah: Mark, son of Mr. anc
Mrs. Irving Sokol: Marc, son !' Mrs
ivy H.iiz.l. Mtncha Bar Mltsvah
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Pox.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
8755 SW 16th at., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
BADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 10 a.in. .s.iinoii; "Mas We De-
tach Ourselves?" Nursery school com-
ma.....m. nt. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
"I Send You Forth." Bar Mitt van
ilary, son of .\ir and Mrs. Norman
Bastoky.
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
: rMaj 6:80 p.m. Saturday '-' '"l ""''"
mon: "Ethics of th<- Fathers." Mine u
;::ln p.m.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th it.. His-
leah.
Bundaj p.m. Quest Rabbi Marlun
Ranson, of Temple Emanu-El, { Ft,
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 12C1
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
-----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
I- rida) 6 30 p.m. Sal urday
Mitsvah: i Jay, .-,.n ..f .Mr. and Mrs
Leo l.ii">sk>

He ii'ho studies and does not r,
leui his lessons is as ne who
plants and does noi enjoy ilir fruit.
\MI1 I1KIS 9*'

.'! ii.. < impetenl hi '"
.< c >! [O I'.c plipils il I I
Bui ij he is compi
- :' gentl
Ii
1 \ WI!
* *
. b< ii Ilai said: /\
d i i noi teach his son u
leachei hin ; b
rosi i I \ KIDDUSHIN 1:11

Hungi :.'\ti the world when
n', .- noi iound in (ustice.
1:81b
i
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
----------
TEMPLE lSRt. '37 WE 19th st.
Reform. Rabb- Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
i- rldu) vi". p.m.
Palermo ave.
Skop. Cantor
TEMPLE JUDt... 320
Liberal. Rabbi Morna
Herman Gottlieb
Pi'lda> 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Beckoninc
tlorlsons." Baccalaureate service hon-
orlng lntii sci.....l and college sradu
at.-s of iiie congregation. Baturda>
10:30 a.m. Bar Miizvah Michael, son
.f Mr. and Mrs David Stein; Ronnie,
-i.n of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berman.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayar Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Hiioav 6:15 p.m. Saturday v a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion of the Law." Bar
Mitsvah: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs,
Sol Frankel.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th t. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Oombera.
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Spying
for Peace."
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Frldaj s.ir. p.m. Sermon: "Who in
Rich?" Bar Mitsvah: Richard, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Soil.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. Ml
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Frlda> 8:15 p.m. Sermon: Searcn-
Ing for Values in ih<- Mldsl of Con-
fusion." All June graduates honored.
Oneg Shabbal hosts: Mr. and Mrs.
, \ ii sander In honor of birth-
da) of dauc iter Lois, Mr. Alexandi r'a
birthday, and 53rd wedding annlvei
nary n1 Mrs, Alexander's parents. Bat-
urdaj 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Por-
tion ol Ihe Law.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid sve
Orthodox. Raboi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
11C1 SW 12th ave. Traditional.
---- ----'
SHALOM. 11 Normandy I
ccx Ritbi Phineas WeCe
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8tf
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maur ct
Klein.
.-.-.. s. rm n
r..i r.. Saturday S
vah v;'
*
Why is Re.bbinic ordination refer-
red to as "Semichah?"
This is taken from the passagl
which describes the act by which
Moses passed on the authority to
.Joshua which rays: For Moses
has laid his hands upon him."
(Dcut. 34:50. The act of laying
one's hands in such a manner is
called Semichah'' which D
"leaning." In a figurative sense a
ster who passed <>n such author-
ma-.,
ty to his disciple was "leaning on
arch). Sometimes it was the body
of the Sanhedrin In current times
visited 160 harbors in the won.:. r; 1(tmm.a| gcnooia usually follow
arid 150 *eamen. and today we have lne captain proudly added. ^ proce(jure 0t having three or-
305 ships and 2.ooo seamen, most; nHj urit olamin rabbis
TEMPLE ZAMORm. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
Kriday p.m. Saturday 8:46 a.m. ber-
mon: "Entei lm the N< w World
B.......lureati Sabbath Service anft
rrllitlouF school closing exercise, Mln
, i... : p m \\;>r Mitsvah: Bruce, sou
,.i Mr and Mrs. Ji rome Bell
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
r. k man. Canter Jtcob Goldfarb.
rman pPridaj '' mtj -wide Bacca-
, .,.,. s... i tiir-i ted by Louis
ri 0f :,., Bun au o< w-
i-atl
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ve. Rsbti \athan Zwitman. Can-
ter Albeit Giants.
Si i in..n. When
.-. ..!.-. pli Oneg Shab-
I ,n honor >.i all
;,. Satu>da> a.m. Sermon:
Bl r>as.j
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURL'N'- J32C
NE 171 at St. Rabbi Jonari Ciplan.
Prldfcj r -
-rsrvP- F IITiTaVMM N. Kendall ;YEHLDAH MOShY 13630 W. ^Dixie.
Haturdaj '" Bar Mlts-
ili
Who is the ordaining authority in
Jewish life?
Apparently there were a num-
ber of changes throughout Jewish
history. Originally, it was the
teacher himself who had himself
been previously ordained. At times
this authority was relegated en-
tirely to the hands of the Nasi (the
oi them Israelis. 1 myself
(Brit Ivnt Olamit)
..;
Hriik.. 1:15 Ch
and
Seven loldi I Uon*
rlaj 0 a.i I Mltsvi i lames,
. t ..ir and Mrs. Morton Ha I
TEMPLE EETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform j
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
---------------
temple Beth sholem of Holly-
wood. 1725 Mcnrce ft. Conservative
. | ...... ; adu-
----------
BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasr
Rabbi Lt
Cantor Da via Cmviser.
---- -
TEVPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16TO0 NW
22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Harr>
L Lawrence.
TEMPLE EVANb-EL. 1701 Wasbmo
vah: Ross,
Milk.
Mr. and Mrs. Moo
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE
Orthofix. Racbi 8nei-win
171st at
Stauber.
: .illilllllllllll
head of the communitythe exil- T^vePL,5,."al.
i
j *
. CANDUUGHTING TIME
25 Sivan 6:57 p.m.
! *
PFI'"" ''
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Friday. June S, 1961
C.oitol SpotligM: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Chilly Reception for Rockwell Behind Magnolia Curtain
Washington
JEWS LIVING BEHIND the Magnolia Curtain, in
the Deep South, were relieved when southern
authorities rejected George Rockwell s crude at-
tempt to inject Nazi anti-Semitism into the integra-
tion chaos. .u.,,
Alabama cave the American Nazi Panjl hate
boa" the bum's ru*h out of the state. Chwrtotte,
N C and other cities on the Nazis southbound in-
vasion route made the agitators unwelcome.
The Volkswagen bus. bearing a squad of uni-
formed "stormtroopers." displayed swastikas anti-
Jewish slogans, and racist banners. Its mission .vas
to loment further discord and exploit passions to
promote Nazism in the south.
The arrest of Rockwell and his Nazi follower*
In New Orleans followed their attempt to stir up
trouble in front of a theater exhibiting the film.
Exodu*" New Orleans police charged the Nazis
with actions calculated to -unreasonably d^turb or
alarm the public.'- ..*-,,
The Rockwell boast that he could put 150 men
on the streets seemed empty when he and ten ot
- -stormtroopers" were shoved into the New
"{"was ironic that the deeper south Rockwell
penetrated, the chilher his reception from authori-
ng Not or.lv was Rockwell jailed in New Orleans,
but even a leader of the Louisiana -White Citizens
Council" termed the Nazis "no good" and -hyp-
In the historv of Louisiana. Jews stood high in
public esteem. Judah Touro endowed a public hos-
pjtal in 1852 and made other civic contributions to
New Orleans. A Jew. Benjamin F Jonas, was
elected U.S. Senator Judah P. Benjamin, cf New-
Orkans. became Secretary of State of the Conled-
erscv
Resporsible southern leaders, lighting a last
ditch stand for states" rights, do net want to be
considered pro-Nazis or anti-Semites. Gov. Orva
Faubus. of Arkansas, recently denounced Adoll
Eichmann and backed Israels right to try him.
In New Orleans. Mayor De Lesseps Morrison
had expressed sincere interest in Israel and Jewish
causes long before recent problems arose.
Sen. Russell B. Long. Louisiana Democrat, took
the Senate floor to oppose a resolution offered by
^er. Jacob K. Javits. New York Republican. The
Javit* resolution approved Federal intervention in
Alabama. But ,Sen. Long nevertheless e*PttS*ed
approval of action by New Orleans authorities
against the Nazi intervention.
Attornev General Robert F Kennedy studied
a request from the Jewish War Veterans of the
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
A Veteran
Leader Speaks
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SAIPETER
On Christian Attitudes
Jerusalem
THE DRAMA IN the Jerusalem B
- ( mi the trial of A
Eic!
tf--. ''"' "(
, [en victims 11 is i I
. -
- i
raised ..- a mi ;<\ Nor is it I w
Cl fro, j the non-Jewish
tK occui I < untries
Still the role play ; by the local po| and
particularly by th< ind the polic* seen to be
ar pan of the usually tragic h
,.- pictt n Th I ehavior of thes<
spectrum of decency and is
i ..... f the exi rhicb anti-Semitisi
I cieties in each of the c
vohed
...- jtified how the Lit:,
t-. population and militia, by and larg
x s ilu t :-. the gheti i
prer.er.dir.g th Jews informing on the lew '
bid< .., _
lure in Polar.d was more mixed whil
rted the Germans in keei
Beaj es were biding Jews by the hundn
two main organizations of the Polish
aaaiated the Jewish resistance movement in th< eO es
a- to escaj
l i- movement ex
js;;. and handing
Gen ans
;-. si ivakia. the r ;nd the pop.;
I t even the Fasci Java
, o the idea that the Jew
t^- even paid a per capita
j_ i East should b
Slovak partisan movem-,
je whom were among its BMM
I -. |] ; ben and Moravia, which bad no important
a-- ic tradition, active anti-Semitism during the
ccupeuc-n was considered tantamount to the cespised
o labcrat.on with the Germans.
In France, the picture was a rather complicated or.e.
The Laval Government, generally, did not put up resi-
tance wrier the Germans were apprehending non-French
Jews. However when it came to Frer.eh-borr. Jews. ever,
l^va! was surprisingly firm, to the extent cf refusing.
at east at the beginning, permission to the French police
and gendarmerie to give any help to the Germans m
their efforts to catch the Jews and deport them.
NO EASY ANSWERS. By Philip WL ***** 1,38
pp. New York: F.rr.r, Str.us txl Cudahy. S3.50.
DHILIP KLUTZNICK'S book on American Jewish
life is due to be cast into the edacious waters of
the American Jewish community this month, to iiBK
or swim on the twin masts of its problems and its
answers. Prediction, it will swim. For while many
of Us proposals are deeply controversial, the issues
themselves are not; and it is part ot Mr Klutzniek s
purpose to get Jews to 'differ and debate the ques-
tions A* an observer of the issues. Klutzniek holds
extraordinary credentials: for six years, he was
nrtsident of B'nai Brith. capping nearly four dec-
ades of service in Jewish affair*! in February, he
reigned his chairmanship of the United Jewish Ap-
peal in order to accept President Kennedy s appoint-
ment as L.S. Representative to the United Nations
Economic and Social Council.
Klutzniek s thorough analysis of the future of
American Jewry pre-supposes that there will be a
future, and that is point one of his book: a deploring
cf the prophets of doom who do not see that "the
cup u not half emptv. it is half full In his view,
minimal Jewish identification is still a step toward,
not awav from. Jewish life, especially in comparison
with the previous "lost" generation: secular activ-
ities within the community have an underlying re-
ligious impetus. His sermon to the rabbinate criti-
cises interdenominational rivalry and examines
brietU the financial benefits of a united synagogue1
At the same time, and within his context it is
not contradictory, he defines unity as 'not a goal
,bun a state of affairs. resistant to coercion, but
po-siWe by voluntary cooperation; witness, the
Presidents' Conference. On education "wider
development of community-wide schools'
prejudice 'full participation in the b:
for human right-' Klutzniek will ra se alai
from specialized groups of Jews bul not
ma nunity.
scalpel he vields n th<
Bted fund-rai
[is and ti
owi '"t force ii
i ..an: as a im| si
f decisions from the to|
by e." Mor
- an; to raise a.l the | n >
. ship represi nts
net age i ts competency to exa i
view of the del Is own
ship, is a contestal e issu In a
- the com
not it can be at l for
si much the better
ipti ii the need for Jewis
Zioc eiterate some.cl
; rloon j a s sitters, affirn
ai al in ing vitality I \
K tznick's view is wide, whan will
[fend thi us ai sw rs are rw ted in an
essential!) Jamesian pragmatis.....
right ich ffend the fanatic tw hat's right is
right H forthright stress n volun-
lariness seem taili i r an \merican commun-
.: bred trtrasl to the old European methi -
ubt that. .r. the :ace ot these difficult
ib, other anwe rs mi
U.S.A. when the JWV asked Federal action a.ainst
the Nazis. The JWV cited the deliberate provoca-
tion Offered by Rockwell's "hate bus" immed.ately
aittr a U.S. court issued orders restraining the ku
Klux Klan and other racist groups as a result of the
Alabama outrages.
The JWV national executive director. Josenh F.
Barr. told Mr. Kennedy that the U.S. Government
should act against Nazi contempt of such Federal
court actions. Mr. Barr thought developments in
thf Deep South -sufficiently reminiscent of Nazi
Germany without having actual uniformed Nazis
exhorting violence and injecting anti-Semitism."
Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Repubi.can.
endorsed the dispatch of Federal law officers to
Alabama, but raised a question about the Adminis-
tration's civil rights implementation involving its
reiuctance to press for legislation in that area Ik
charged that 'the New Frontier indicated it uculd
implement civil rights through executive dt >art-
rr.ent activity rather than legislation. But Federal
action has been >o irresolute that mob
beer, emboldened.
The first Congressman to protest the ap int-
Dient Of Charles M Meriwether. of Alabama, to be
a director of the U.S. Export-Import Bank. Rep.
Halpern said -the appointment appeased Gov Pat-
terson, but did not promote respect in Alabama for
Federal Civil Rights laws." Rep. Halpern said that
despite Mr. Meriwether's Unks with the Ku Kiux
Klan and even his open admission that be still
fa\ored racial discrimination. the Meriwether ap-
pointment was pushed through the Senate
United Notions listening Post: By SAW CARSON
B G Mends His Fences
United Nations
DAVID BEN-GURION is an old cha-
lutznik who knows that no pioneer-
ng effort is worth its pain and labor, if
the fence surrounding the jettleaent is
full of holes for an enemy t crawl
through. His visit to this country lat
week especially that part of bis visit
that touched the United Nation? was
.. lence-nvndmg expedition.
There is no doubt that the Arabs are ready t try to
pierce the Israeli fence at the United Nations. They are
' oming impatient with Israel's progress in the inter-
community, and want action. The old cha itznik
camt here to see that no hole is effected. Tha' is why
- I remier made it hi* business to confer v ith L'ni-
Nati Secretary General Dag Hammarskju.
- trip to the West.
v.. staged .i vigorous drive in the
the < stablishmi nl ol some kii I N
i -.-:..: ; rty allegedly left in Isra
fugei Tin > lost thai mov< thank- I
' -. ie Unite I Stati s delegation to ad s
Arab diatribes vilifications, it n ist be
. .... st the United x'-
. its, II
E tin Ai m I -,:\ing up en th '
- efugees They will
Assembly, to conveni in the
Ben-Gur n is looking ahead. He knows th Vrabs
- in the deleuations represei ng the
ami : all Moslem powers, and amor.; some
of the Africans That "property right.- issu<
-i-rioi-s matters. First of all. there is
th. matter : Israeli sovereignty; allowing anj type of
N custodianship over property in Israel could the
ward some kind of UN trusteeship S
party" claimed embraces, by phony and .
al reckoning literal!) several billions of dollars ortn
roperty.
Btyond the property issue, there is >ti!l another mat-
t very resolution which at< !t",e
> and which is sure to be brought up again in
S ptember also tried to put the heat on the Palestine
nci lation Commission to implement what *he Ira call
N Ion to repatriate the refugees rI-
It s( happens that there is no such authorizatioi
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Behind the Workings of the Birch Movement
I HAVE BEEN rec ::om
: les as to what is the attitude
- Jewish organizations toward
controversial John B.: Society
Tr.e Society, which has emerged as the
est spearhead of ultra-conservatism
in the United States. i< rallying extreme
right-wing groups to renew efforts for
y in a political movement Ann-
Semitic propagandists, such as Conde McGinley and Mer-
it. Hart, were quick to announce their endorsement
cr.d -upport of the Birch Society.
The vitnouc anti-Semitic hate sheet. Common Sense.
C2rr.ed ar. editorial strongly lauding the Society On the
some ol the active members oi lh< Birch
- '> oiaim tha; the group is not only far from being
"> si but that it even has Jews as a embers in some
Robert H W. Welch, jr.. the leader of the
> specifically disclaims religious bigotry-
reaction of Jewish organizations to these assur-
ances is that while they may be sincere, the Society*
conservative program makes it a natural taruet f
infiltration by religious and racial hatemongers T"e
Jewish organizations see little difference between the
gcals of the Birch Society and those espoused by numer
ous ultra-conservative movements which have .-P1111^
up from time to'time since the 1930s The Society, found-
ed by Mr. Welch, a retired candy manufacturer, current!)
claims 10X),000 members in 34 states.


Friday. June 9. 1961
+Jew is* nor if ton
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CCUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND PQH DAOE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
No. 45831
)M RE: Estate of
AM.Y C> IRDASEV,
11.1 >;..- I.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE hereby ti\en that I have
' ed my F Report and Petition foi
[ilntrlbution an I final Discharge as
i :\. ( utoi of the estate of And} Coi -
Usev, de -.. sed: and that on the 20th
,i .> of June, IMl, will nppl) lo the
Honorable Count) Judges of Dade
Count y, 1 Ida, >r approval of said
Final Repi I and for distribution and
rib I Re :i> Executol i>i" the
. i>l above -u.ihi. .i decedent
j-ii x I6th day of May, 196L
i TE AM OMSK V
Rxecuti of the Estate of Andy
Conlaaev, dade '-* I
'./.i.i M AN & cddhstf.in
Attoi neM
2..,. w n.-iiri^r Bt.
y ntl, Pkw la
5/19-26, 6 !(
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTIflE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
t:>e unil-THlf ned.- desiring to engage In
h iV.ness- m:der the fictitious name 01
IVMHiRA BKAl TY SALON at 124-
Normandy Drive, Miami Reach. Flor-
i I'-, intend to register said name with
the CleMt of th Circuit Court of
Dftde Count' Florida
i:\ A BIRCHAK SO* Owner
MAIMAKKV EKES R0 Owner
Goldman, Cjldeteln & Puczler
Attorney.-! for Registrant*
:0 w f:. ?Vr Bt.
,v .1,1. K'Ui.NB 5-0518
:. '10-26. **<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRF.BY fllVEN that
the undersigned, desirlngito imam-. In
bll-inesa : ler the fictitious name ol
FLORIDA PLASTIC PKRMAN1Z1NC
CO al 1231 Normand] Drive, Miami
Beach, Florida, intend.-, to reglstei
... ,i name > Ith the Clerk of the Clr-
Court Dade County, Florida.
JAMES I,. Mi, DONALD
H' >W \R1 -: Hilts mi
M m n.-y fo: .lame., i. Mac Donald
ilUclt} Boulevard
' mil 38, Plwrld
5/19-88, ; 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thr undersigned, desiring to engage ii
i -li.-- kinder the fictitious name ol
RFI.IANCK-RBHEARCH RANCH al
i.'. Douglas Road, Miami, Florida in-
tends to register'said name with the
< i nf the Circuit Court of Dade
County Fl. r da.
I- UHKItT RllAl'N
Sole Ow ner
i -SI.KR. OARS & R< -Til
Attorne) f< : Appll .nt
i -.- w .- street
6/19-26, 6/2-!>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO C'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 4935
SHELBY .I CAN HI I'l.KR.
Plaintiff,
\ B,
JOSEPH KTDOLPH BUTLER,
Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOC. JOSEPH ltl'i.xn.1'11 BUTLER,
General Delivery, Dublin, North Caro-
, i ereby re i Ured to serve a
fii>y ni your answer t>> a coroplalni
i divorce on plaintiffs attorney
laude M Barnes, Room S02, n N.E.
Ave., Miami. Florida, on or be-
i >- June 20, 1981, otherwise a de-
n ill entei e i agu lost you.
I' ited llth la) ol May, If6l.
E, LEA rHBRMAN,
Clerk ,,f i lire "t Court.
( lli'.l.i N KKSSI.ER,
'eputy Clerk.
:. 19-26, 8 2-9
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6IC *336
I M \ i: RAN AS,
I'liiiutii..
' >\\ ARI) BANAS,
i 'efendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
Vtil' El -\ ARI' BANAS, 1032 Cast,
n Th I.in lber in. re 'i tsdj required to
ve .i opj il .r in-"er to .
in' ; r ri. .....:i plalntifrs
ne} i "la ide v i. i n -. Room 802,
n H. Sid Avi I 'i Ids and
lie oi Ii ... rk ..: this
on oi bi -"tii day ol
1961, .,r i i It will be en-
1 RI il,-' \ on.
d i Miami, PI i I i, this nth
di) i May 961
UEa IRMAN,
I '[ a of .111-1
(-^-.li HELEN KKSSI.KK.
Depul
:. 19-26, 2-9
'X THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 61C 5W
CLYDE B. MARSHALL,
Plaintiff,
\ a
HELEN id. MARSHALL,
i 'efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, HELEN M MARSHALL, ad-
.iini realden f3S Washington
le, Woodbury, New Jersey, an
, d to file v iui ii-" er to the
' i nplainl with the ole k of the abovi
ii ami .-,- \. i I hereol ti
'"- man Cohen, VI ,:;""' '"""
i .- Building, Miami Florida, on
i in Ji n< '
1 be taken i i
Dated Ma) 12th I Ifi
E. ii. VN,
Cl< rk of
a i -9
WiM
BY HENRY LEONARD
1 I
m-
TEMPLE CRISES: The time the groom couldn't
break the wedding glass.
(on 1*61 f>a*4>n f*r>dwrli)*t
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UCVKN that !
Hi- undersigned, desiring :,. engage W
business under the flctll u name or'
HANDY H ASH al 310S N W
1' Miami, Kla., intend I i register
-am name with the Clerk ol the :-- '
cult Court of Dade Count) i i n I i.,
CCRT1S S HASTINi .-
E. DELIOHT HAHTIN -
S'ole i) n -
CAIN .v ISIS
Attoi neys lor Applli
It:i0 \V. ri.i^l.-i St.
-,.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IVANHOE RESIDENTIAL DINNER
SERVICE at 1098 N W 23rd St., Mi-
ami. Florida intends to register said
name with th Clerk of the circuit
Court of I'ade County; Florida
GOURMET MA+sptfltS. INC
By : Herschel G Levy, Pres
PAUNCE, KINK 4 FORMAN
Attorneys forUourmet Masters, inc.
'.'il' 'omti -- Bldg.
Miami :'.l'. Florida
2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 52T97-A
IN RE: Estate of
l.ol'is SEIDERMAN
I'n All Creditors and ah Persons yi-.<'--
Ine Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Von. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
e.-tato of LOUIS SEIDERMAN de-
ceased late of Dads lounty, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
I Hide County, and file the game in
I heir offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Saul claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be BWOHI
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred.
I Mted May !". AD 1981.
MARX M FABER
\s Executor of the Last Will and
T< -lament of LOUIS SEIDERMAN
1 )e,eased.
FABER & MATERS, Attorneys
8 2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEFD
File No. 52164
Notice is hereby given that Nathan-
iel W. siegei holder a.- assignee of
City of Miami Tax Sale Certificate
Numbered 109, dated the 2nd da) of
Inn.-, A.IL 19S8, has filed said Certifi-
cate in m) office, and has made ap-
plication for tax deed to issue there in
in accordance with law. Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following described
property, situated in Dade County
Florida. tO-Wlt:
Lot 1, BlOCk 1, I.ess E St Royal
Palm Gardens., Plat Book ". Page
71. in the City of Miami. Count) of
I'ade. State ot Florida.
The assessment ol sad property ur-
der the Certificate issued u.i- In the
name of I'nknown Unless said Cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according
to law. tax deed will Issue there,m
on the llth day of .lun.-. A.D. 1961.
liat-d this !'th day of May, A l>
1961.
E R LEATHERMAN. Clerk of
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) B) R. M. LEEfER,
Deputy Clerk
r, 12-19-26, 6/2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl K
"'" iO|,l..f.j !..,I .... .......
business under the fictitious nar
I'lUNEER i.l'MBER ENTERPRISES
al I160-I00th Street, Ba) Harbor is-
land. Florida intends t register said
name with the Clerk of 'he Circuit
i "otirt of I lad,- i 'ount) Florl la
Mi 'SAM C( iRP
B.v: M L. Copperman. President
MARRY ZITKERNICK
Attorney for Owner
126 Lincoln Road
Miami 1 leach. Florida
r,/2U. 8/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctl'lous names o'
of PARK'S REFRIGERATION & AIR
CONDITIONING Se-RVin-- pmm.' -
AIR CONDITIONING SKRV1CK;
PARK'S AIR CONDITION INC, at 710
N.W. 2.,ih Street. City of Miami in-
tends to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
CHARLES PARKS
GEORGE, AME8 & RITTER
Attorneys for Cha-'es o Parks
1150 S'.W. 1st St.. Miami
r./2fl. 6/2-9-16
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 51937-C
IN RE: Estate >l
CORNELIUS VANDERWENDE
I I, I eased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO M.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF" SAID DECEDENT
Von at-.- I ,-: notlfle I thai a w rll -
ten nstrumenl purporting to be the
last will an i testan enl il al i de<
drill has he, n i "' Hi" I probate In
.,[,[ i-oiiii v : ire hereby i im-
manded Within I '" ,;l'h>
from the date of the first pel.In
of this notice to ippe ir In said I
n,,i show cans" If an i in, why
the action of sal I rl Ii i Imlttlne
said 'I to pi ,l stand
unrevoked
CEO ROE T 'LARK,
Count) '
B, I., >i> I-" PA -!" iRPIEU>,
,C .1 Sea;.
R( IRERT > '!' v > NN
\. tu ne)
;,r. !;- vr I
\l mi: 12, El
Plrsi publli ";- n '!.....'
the 2nd day of J
TO:
Vl I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C1URT
IN AND FOR DOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 523C5-B
IN RE Estate of
IIYMAN I.I RIE,
'"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Credit and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ,.r Dem mds gainst Bald
'"vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and demands
which vou may have against the ej-
"...of MVMAN : (TRIE, l-ceased late
',' Dade Count) i to "" V""!;
the same
, mrthous
dees of Dade '.id file
i their offices in the I oun-
i-, Da i" 'ounty, Plor-
withln :!il eal ndar ^months
, ,, ,,. date of il f I pubHcatloB
i.. reoi barrea.
M X
M VRALENE LfJRl '
Hvmai "";";;;' xv
. M [AN KAPLAN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CIUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5687
LINDA LEE KFUDVI.o.
Plaintiff,
FRANK L. Kl'RDYLO.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
FRANK L. Kl'RPYUi
Patrol Bqoadron ."6
Naval Air Station
Norfolk. Virginia
C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are to serve a
copy Of your Answer or Pleading to
the Complaint on the Plaintiff's At-
torney, n rorert KOLTNOW. 829
West Fiagl-r street. Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the Office of the clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before th, 3rd
daj of July, 1961. If you fall to do
so,'Judgment b) Default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DATED at Miami, t'ade County.
Florida, this Slat day of May. 1961.
B, R LEATHERMAN
i l.-k of Circuit Court
I Mile I ',,i|Ilt\ Flo Id
(seal) By: E H LANWAT,
I leputy Clerk
II ROBERT KOLTNOW
\ i toriu i for Plaintiff
-,_ \\ esl Fla-h-r b'treet
Miami. Florida
t 1-16-23
NOTICE UNDEP
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY (5IVEN that
undersigned, deelrlns to pi IK'
in business in ler the I till ms name
of i 'i I> INIAL Hi IMES at 21 s iutli
Kronie Avenue. Homestead, Florida.
. Is to reginti r .-., Id na" wiili
th, clerk nf the '"- ill t' >urt ol >a Count) Flo
RICHMOND CORPORATK >N,
Sole i '"ner
I DAVID MERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
.'I S Kronie Ave., Homes-, el I-'i
:,. 28 8/2-9
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR O'DE
COUNTY. INCHANCERN.
No 61C 5417
BARBARA DANNER,
Plaintiff,
vs
FRED THOMAS DANNER,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRED THOMAS DANNER
1200 Mars lai I Av nue
St. Louis, Miss
Vou FRED THo.MAS DANNER are
hereby notll led that i Bill of t'
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a cop) of your Answei Plead-
ing to the I till of Complain' on the
plaintiff's Attorney, ANCELO A AI.I.
lun Ainsle) Ruilding, Miami :','J. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court on or before the
16th day of dune, isfil. If you fail to
lo bo, Judgment by default will tie
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Compla
This notice shall be published moe
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JKWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at M iml,
Florida, this 23rd day of May, A.D.
1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
tee ill B) M CAVALARIS,
Deputy Clerk
ANOELO A. ALI
100 Ainsley Bull I i :
Miami ::'.'. Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
6 26, 6/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARDING HOTEL at 210 63rd St..
Miami Reach intends to register -aul
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol i'ade County, Florida
CELEST CORPORA rioN
:. Fla. Corp.
NORMAN KOI T
Attorney for Applicant
180 Lincoln Rd.
i $-16-22
NOTICE UNDER
.FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N<*1CE is HERFPY fllVEN that
the undersigned, des engage in
i,ii-:iA's- indei
TV W V v 'V '
Street intends l ,
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111 R\1
NOTICE OT PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6*C 5477
JOSEPH BENEDK i\
Plaintiff,
vs
THERESA BENB1 !T,
Defendant
- SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: THERESA BENEDIC r
47 French Stre
New Brunswick, New Ji
Vou THKRKSA BENEDICT ftre
hereby notif ed that a BUI il
ilalnt for I >l\ i 'oe ha been I d
igainsl > on. an I you ire re iuln d
o serve a ipy of ) tur Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of C iniplu :n on
i he plaintiff's Attorne (lol Iman.
i;,,!,! iteln .< Pacsl : I '' Flag
Ii r Street. Mlam 1.1 Fli irids ind "
the original Answer or PI
: he office :' the C erh il the Clrc lit
, "our! on or befo i) of
lune 1961 If you to do so,
n. in b) defaull I ag
vou fur th r ; i..... the
Bill of Comp
This notice e-ha'l be |
ni ii a k fn four consecul ii e w ei u -
In THE .11 'M a la IRID1AN
1 K INE AND DRIIBRI al M iml
Florida, this 24tlt 11 of May, A D
1961.
E B LEA i H SRM N Clerk,
i 'iri ult Court, Dade County, Florl 11
By: HELEN KESWLER,
De it) Clerk
loldman, Goldstein A Pacsler
! :.:: \\. si Flagler St
Miami :',*.. Florl i .
Attorne) s for Plaintiff
- M g 2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AAON CONSTRUCTION at 4207 N W.
17th Ave., Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the cork ol
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
sail MANDELL
Sole i ? ner
5/26, 6/2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52868-C
IN RE: Estate of
NATHAN N TRAUMAN
1 ,*, a -ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing Caims or Demands Against s'aid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present :inv claims and de
mands which you may hive juainst
the estate ,,f NATHAN N. TRAl'MAN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In -heir
offices In the Count) Courthouse In
Dad.- County, Florida, within einht
calendar months from the date m tho
first publication hereof, or the jame
will he i,ai red
FR \.\i'l'.s F TR MM IN,
Executr \
JOSEPH A. VON ARX
At torne)
". iL' Blca> tie Building
Miami. Florida
26, '" 2-9-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52790-B
IN RE Estate of
JACK MILLER
11........ -...i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi HIS H IV-
in-: Claims or Denial .1- Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an., claims and demands
which you may have against the ,..,
tale of JACK MILLER d-CeHswi late
of Dad.- County, Floral.i. to the Coun-
ts Judges ol i lad- County, and fiio
the same in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade "County, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the date ,,f the liist publication
hereof, or the same id he barred.
s VMl'F.L BLANK
CFRAI.D S'HELDON MILLER
Rons HEIMAN
As Executors of the Estateot
Jack Miller. De. used
MTER8, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
By: Louis Helman
Attorne) s for Kx. utors
Eleven Fifty Ruildh ^
I1..U S.W. 1st S?., Miami. Fla
I 26, '". '-M-la
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52588-A
IN RE: Estate
BELLE RIFF
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I "lalms or I ema nds V^alns
I'.'stal,
You are hi reb) n >tl led md
. d to present anj lalms i'id lemu n Is
which v iu may ha
tate of BELLE RIFF d isi I
,,f Had.- Count) F rl i.i. the
v Judges of Dad unl md file
ii.. same In the
tj i 'oui thousi i i ''
Ida, Ihli eight ilendai
from the date '
hereof or tl.....n will I e r e I
RUSH
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME L.AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Ol. n
the underslsned, des Ing to emta
business inder the fictitious
PLAYMATES it Dade I iunl
to register said name wltl tl Cli rk
of the Circuit Court Of Dade County,
Florida.
STAN BI M
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vjenist ihridfiaai
Friday, June 9. 1981
President Kennedy's request f.^r seven billion or more to rocke
a man to the moon was in itself less Important than the mood it sym
bolized. which informed the whole extraordinary message to Congress
It was the mood of all-out effort to win the intelligence race with the
Communist world.
In the days when the moon was beyond mans reach it was ad
dressed bv lunatics, lovers and poets and was a symbol of romantic
futility. Todav the notion of landing a rocket on the moon is just arounc
the corner of possibility, and for a nation to use the moon as targel
means stretching itself to bear a little more than it can eomfoitablj
bear.
Doe it mean that America will spend itself into a decline? I don'l
think so. The idea that Russia can spend the American economy into
bankruptcy will have to be abandoned both by Soviet optimists am
American pessimists. In a competition between the two economies the
advantage belongs with the Americans, just as the advantage in a
propaganda competition is with the Russians.
__,*-__ __ <7
THE STRESS ON SPACE LEADERSHIP does not. of course,
exclude the duty of armed alertness. Secretary MacN'amaras estimate
of closing the missile gap in two or three years may be slightly low or
slightly high. The trouble with all such estimates is that the\ are not
superimposed on another time scale namely how many years are
still available at all for the missile race. My guess would be not more
than five years, by which time the nuclear weapons will have spread
into the hands of less conservative and responsible governments than
today.
Casals Contest
Slated for Israel
By Special Report
NEW YORK A distinguished
group of judges for the Pablo Ca-
sals third international violoncello
competition in Israel beginning
Sept 23 will be headed by Casals
himself, it was announced by Sam
.el Rubin, president of the Amer-
ca Israel Cultural Foundation,
American sponsor of the competi-
tion.
Other musicians on the board ot
judges are Frank Pelleg, chairman,
Mrs Malta Casals. Maurice Eisen-
berg. Mieczyslaw HorSZOWSkl, An
tonio Janigro. Enrico Mainardi.
Andres Navarra. Zarra Nelsova,
\dolfo Odnoposoff, Mllos Sadlo,
Rudolf von Tobei. Sandor Ve
Competition will immediately ti
low the First Israel Music Festival,
a three week festival ot 25
certs beginning on Aug. 26 and con-
cluding Sept. 18. In addition to Ca-
sals, who will both play and con-
duct, participants will inclu.'. B
distinguished group ot American
musicians:
Maureen Forrester. Eugene IStO-
min. Darius Milhaud. Leonard
Rose. Alexander Schneider, Rudolt
Serkin. Isaac Stern, and the Buda-
pest String Quartet.
Israel will be represented by the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and
the Rinat Choir
The heroic effort should be made in the direction of arms reduction kjA|-c flijh
control If we can reach 1965 without catastrophe but have made mdl viuu
Plans 'Splash'
and .
a strong start toward arms control, then the disarmament dialogue
should carry the world into the 1970s Once there we can breathe
more freely and spend the 1970s building an effective world police
force backed up by a collective world will.
If the question of sovereignty be raised, my answer is that sov-
ereignty, like love and money and political popularity, is not something
to be hoarded but to be spent. The long range imperative for the nation-
state is to surrender that fragment of its sovereignty which contains the
power to wage atomic war. There will be enough sovereignty left for
each nation to run its own affairs, shape its own kind of society, and
make the decisions on which the welfare of its people depends. The
onlv thing to be ruled out is the deviltry of atomic warfare
- SOME DAY A PRESIDENT'S REPORT to Congress will stress
such nVatTers winch today seem Utopian but are actually more tough- prejidem: Sam Bjjta vUmj, m-
m.nded than the -practical- matters. As to the political war with the dent. "^1^
Communist grand design. President Kennedy is profoundly right to see secretary treasurer.
its ideological aspect as its most important. Success in the space race m
will count for something in world prestige. But what will count for RellGIOUS bCflOOl
First summer meeting of the
Congregation Yehudah Moshe Club
wilfbeheld.on Sunday. 10:30 a.m.,
in Popiel Hall, preceded by break
fast.
A splash party will be held Satur-
day evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack August on North Mi-
ami Beach.
Newly elected officers of the
Men's Club are Herbert Comm,
I
even more is an approach to the undeveloped nations in the name of
the American revolutionary tradition.
This does not have to be wholly rhetorical. The Wall Street Journal j
reports that Administration circles are discussing a proposal to back
up guerilla operations and subversive warfare inside the Communist
empire, in nations which may be as close to Russia's borders as Cuba ,
is to ours. Note that President Kennedy has asked for an appropriation j
for paramilitary operations."
What the Democratic world cannot match is the zeal and ferocity
of the Communist parties around the world which are enrolled in Rus-
sian and Chinese political warfare and espionage. The answer will
have to be in American terms \ youth Peace Corps is a good begin-
ning toward a constructive answer on the same world scale There
will be other answers to come if the all-out mood of Kennedys speech
can be sustained by the nation as a whole.
BUT THE CRUCIAL PART OF THE ANSWER It Internal to Amer
ican society. There are many who query how America can best "sell"
democracy to the world, and Sen Capehart suggested some time ago
at the Murrow bearings that Americans will have to sell democracy as
they sell Cadillacs
Surely the problem is not to sell democracy but to live It. If Amer-
icana live it. they won't have to sell it. since Its contagion will carry it
far beyond American boundai
The story i> about Anniston and Montgomery and Jackson. I can
understand why Attorney General Kennedy feels that the Freedom
Riders have chosen a highly vulnerable time just before the Kennedy
trip to the European capitals to make their great moral test of their
..radical rights in the Deep South Yet it is exactl) because the time
is vulnerable that the Freedom Riders chose i: They are asking the
governors and mayors and police chiefs of the southern area, with u-
highly traditional brand of patriotism, bow high a price they are willing
to pay in the loss of America's world prestige in order to maintain white
supremacy.
It was not just the faces of some courageous young men that were
stomped into the dirt of the Alabama road It was America's face.
Closes Year
Beth Torah religious school will
close the school year with a "Jun-
ior Tombola1' dance on Saturday
from 8 to 11 p.m.
Sponsored annually by the PTA.
the evening will feature Disc Joc-
key Bob Gordon, of WQAM. as
master of ceremonies, the distribu-
tion of gifts, and refreshments.
On Sunday morning, 10 to 11:30
am the elementary school stu-
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by ISABEL GROVE
and white at the magnificent dinner party
the Deauville hotel tor over lOO friends by
I
Everything was blue
- fiday evening at tl
,,nd Mrs. Micky Kraus Yvette and daughter Nikki, just
.m the University of Alabama, made an attractive pair as
greeted the^r guests Yvette. particularly lovely in a silver
. e metallic with side drape ending in looped pouts on her
Nikki gay and attractive in a full-skirted frock with
turquoise flowers on a white background with a huge bow at
. -t in the back .
h Poplck in a dark water silk with harem Jkirt peplum and
me 1 ikin Stone marten stolethe very stole which she
. a recently at an Israel Bonds luncheon Husband Jack
would be cruel to part them Didn't feel any such tug
.he Isotra Frachini against which Ruth had posed so non-
ii
i rming Sally and Judge Harold Spaet She in a soft shade
i organza wr*h reembroidered cabbage ro-e< an! her tavonte
neckline set off with pearls and a diamond drip Viva-
(Mrs. Pauli Bromberg in white linen with antique gold
I .| flowei sprinkled with pearls carrying a coquettish lace
. white linen sheath for Ros Kirshberg id Whitey
j telling of ieir plans for the summer, whi irt with a
Chicago this weekend tor son Richard graduation from
-tern Unive Jity Then on to California for a nephew's
Izvah and tie wedding of Rose Marie David, whose father,
avid, is producer of our local TV classic Surfs 8 as well
Man Eye From there, a plane to Mexu City to stay
nd '' er .
. .-. e bars d'oeuvres, dancing and ger ttvities
I ; Leon ". mer and his Svlvia. lookiBO so ; ink
ftifion with bodice of appliqued flowers The Sam Shapiros,
. in shee (lack and unite dinner frock u.d tvapian
bold pr iheath with matching coat, sharing i msband
d v 11 in marriage oi daughter, Arlyne, in lay at the
oc hotel The Wolfie Cohens, the Morns Lipps, the Al
t'eins, Dr and Mrs. J. Armande Porias, so I oi their
.) who has just graduated from the University of Miami
. i music with a degree in piano and voice ... Mr i Mrs.
JO enias and the Bernie Pallants, talkmg g ill co irse.
- -
.ant reunion for Marcella (Mrs Arthur Rubel, prominent
In Hadassah id is, and Bee (Mrs. Maxwell here re-
Eentlv They were high school chum- ..">- laughter, Rita
'(Mr- Leslie) Bukstel, entertained at dinner, j;: later son. Lee.
ed the visitor with his performance at the piano .
From far away Johannesburg. So Africa, Sam and Sylvia
Bchnaid, housegue-ts of Mrs. Safah Harris, of Ocean dr. They
[are on a world tour and returning the visit with Saran. who had been
est briefly on her globe-circling trip last year. They
. adore ocean bathing hereno danger of sharks ... At
nets are needed for protection from those man-eaters
- -
re car. b? BO question but that Judy I Mrs. T_-_:.i-! Gerard's
favoriti color is blu ... The decor of her home avish use
the tie and varying shades were used in the decorations to rthe
luncheon Judy gave recently for the former Betty Ann Path-
man. now Mrs. S-dney Mass Wonder whether she'll take all
b k clothes with har when she meets mother. Mrs [net Krensky.
r Marhattan the end of June ... ,__..
Inez will b> coming from Wernersviile. Pa., where ALPhi is
having a convent I It Galen Hall on June 23 to 30 ... As chairman
, th. National Par >nts Club, she'll present an award 11 the chapter
with the outstanding Parents Club The week in New \ork will
be spent play-going and shopping ...
Also headed tor Gotham town are Sid and Louis Margulies.
celebrating 17 years of wedded bliss with a trip north Furst stop
mil be Philly far a Bar Mitzvah Then 10 Broadway shows in
e ghl cays ... A plane to Chicago, a week with ralatn ss and back
home.
- *
Jure of coarse, is the month of weddings and graduations.
although'not necessarily in that order Ross Sandier, recipient
ot the Hoot Tilden scholarship who plans to study law. had proud
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sandier, with him in Hanover. N. H.. tor
h commencement exercises at Dartmouth Enroute the>
ded the wedding of Dr. Joseph Warshaw to Miss onthia Ann
in Durham, X. C. .. .__.
Mr and Mrs. Murry Grossman will have to hustle a bi. to enjoy
the two graduations in their family, since they bnh fall on Monday
n>?ht Daughter Dawn receives her degree la education Iron
I mversity of Miami at Miami Beach Convention Hall, whUe
hter Cynthu receives her diploma from C >ral GMtM Hign
ol in Dade County Auditorium ... A complete sola..on w 11 bt
attending the first part of the commencement ceremony in M aim
holding tight to third daughter Pamela, dashing to_Miami
h for the second half there Dawn plans o MAhg
a Hialeah High in the fall, and Cynthia will enroll at Dade Junior
ne Isabel, daughter of Mr. an,! Mrs. Arthur De^utz gets
1 rliscn Sunday from Boston University An alumna of Miami
Beach Senior High, Helene is a biology major ShL retrn to
h t home grounds after graduation with her mother, who is flying
A^lS&ffiBftti. Morris Kripp.e leaving for the north
I attend the graduation of granddaughteraren Stern Friends
J .n Feierman M )lUe Schlessinger Esther Deitch and Liii.an
kbinder gave her a fareweU luncheon at the St. Merita Cabana
Ciub on Tuesday.
N.ly.edd,d Mr. and J*-gg? %$&&
on Tuesday and are now at home at 794b c. i>Il*e-
Wands Bride is the former Miss Drfee Don ired
Silver wedding anniversary of Rose and Ben Eisenb^ uispirea
g-od friends Lillian and Irving New mark to J^aJJSSSS.
evening in honor of the graduation.
Edith Zinn J(
c
her husband. Monroe *irene" "'{J^e^ming well-wishing visitors
a .pendectomy Monroe will g JJ^ggg her way to Gotham
ai the Zipp home Friday, with Edith winging
for further fall showings ti as the Ken-
As though being in Pans, f,nJ gj sam- BarQn
nedya, wasn't exciting enough, it waa there ^ Bette ,s
received word that she had pas ^hrfBfr0^*{ parents, the
doing the Continent as; af"duat,on T^veing with her is brother
Samuel Barons.-of 2191 N. Bay id. ^g3Tthey've driven over
Ronald whose gift to her wf stoVolte^ i* P^culariy
3W miles in Spaai Still oiiwt i hoaQ [he end
liorence, Switzerland and Israel in-J .^
THdrewislli Ploridiaxi
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 9, 1961
Section B
New officers of the Women's Division of the urer; and Fred Katz. vice president. Seated
Surf-Bal-Bay Chamber of Commerce are top are Mesdames Martin Bloch, vice president;
row (left to right) Mesdames Leslie Altmann, Milton Levinsohn, vice president; George Va,-
corresponding secretary; John 3ura. library entine, president; and George Israel, execu-
board; Arthur Kahn. library board; Louis Bel- tive vice president,
ler. recording secretary; Edward Harris, treas-
Officers and board of directors of Temple Men-
orah Sisterhood were installed last Wednes-
day at the Seville hotel. Chairmen of the in-
stallation bruncheon were Mrs. William Horo-
witz and Mrs. William Carmel. Mrs. Mayer
Abramowi-.z, in a ceremony entitled "Purify
Your Hearts," installed front row (left to right)
Mesdames Lillian Rothschild, Irving Wechsler,
Mayer Abramowitz, Sam Belsky, Ray Morse,
president, Al Mechlowitz, Al Schwartz, Nor
man Harrow, Lawrence Weston, Hyman Ber-
gad. Rear row (left to right) are Mesdames
Philip Jacobv. Franklyn Nankin, Alvin Schles-
inger, Herbert Kapiar. [rving Laibson, Moms
Smukler.
Jewish Women's Body Plans Annual
Meeting to Select Slate of Officers
Annual meeting of the Federation
f Jewish Women's Organizations,
largest bodv of women's groups in
Dade county, will be held on Thurs-
day. June 22. 10 a.m.. at the Fed-
eration bldg.. 1317 Biscayne Blvd.
President Mrs. Milton Sirkin has
announced that Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man will be chairman of the nomi-
nating committee to select a slate
of officers tor the corn:!-; j
Mrs Lehman twice headed FaA'O.
which is made up of 117 women -
organizations functioning in
Greater Miami area in the Ei
of philanthropy, education, rel I
ion. and community service.
Named this week to the norai
ing committee are Mesdames Wil-
liam Brenner. Fred Blank. Phuip
ORT Conference For Nine Groups
\nr.ual planning conference of
the Southeastern Florida region ot
Women's American ORT was held
Tuesday at Congregation \ehudah
Moshe.
Mrs Joseph Wilkes, region presi-
dent, addressing the opening ses-
sion, outlined the national objec-
tives of ORT. as well as of the
Southeastern Florida region, stress-
in- -the importance of strengthen-
ing the role of the ORT woman in
community life."
Attention was called to the world
wide VI-Project program de.
to meet the needs of ORT students
in rehabilitation through vocational
training." In France the Guard-
ianship and social assistance pro-
ject has become one of major im-
portance because of the influx of
more than 175.000 students from
Egypt and North Africa," she
said.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Harry
Rosenthal Mrs. Harold Schneider,
conference chairmen. 21 workshops
were held, with over 200 w
from Dade county's nine cha
.wood chapti
ing the all-day seminars.
Lefkowit2 Harry Platoff, Abraham
Shi :>:.. Sidney Schwartz. George
Simon and Joseph Wilkes.
Attending the annual meeting
wiil presidents and board mem-
bers f the constitutent women's
)rg | itions, as well as officially
i delegates to FJWO from
I ID -
E leration of Jewish Women's
m zations was founded four
. ago to combine the woman
power of Miami's groups into a
-i re effective unit for general
tj services, to coordinate
their volunteer efforts in the work
of the annual Combined Jewish Ap
peal. r.\d to "forge a single, unified
body jr many groups for the great-
est communal good, in all I
activities which affect our lives as
citizens of Dade county."
Mrs. Lehman said her nominal
ing committee would meet this
week to discuss selection of can-
didates.
Toys for Therapy
North Shore 677. Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary, presented therapy-
toys to patients at the United Cer-
ebral Palsy Center here. Sophia
Lee elfare chairman, an I
Liiii :;. president, deliver
ed the I



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Agency Reveals
Women's Division
A new Women's D.\ ision of Jew
i>' Family and Children's Service
will-be launched at a desert coffee
at the home of Mrs. Burton B.
Goldstein. Rivo Alto Island, at noon
on June 20.
Purpose of the division will be
to act as an educational and inter-
peiative tody designed to inform
the community of the many serv-
ices offered by Jewish Family and
Children's Service. It will also
help supplement the JFCS cut in
budget.
First project of women's unit
will be to bring back into action
the discontinued Homemaker's
Service program started by the ag-
ency two years ago
Under this program, social work-
er's were trained to enter homes of
families not able to manage with-
out an emergency homemaker. and
to take temporary charge during
illness, hospitalization and other
disruptive family experiences.
Mrs. Bernard Stevens is chair-
man of the Women's Division. Mrs
Irving Fell is chairman, of the
June 20 membership coffee. Mem-
bership will be open to all women
in the community interested in
Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
vice.
If you like
JNF Council Presents Awards
'By supportiru the vital. life-
giving program provided by the
Jewish National Fund, a common
bond and a sphere o: unity are es-
tablished which e:nbiiie every
shade ol religious and political af-
filiation in the ranks ot our peo-
ple." Rabbi Morton Malavskv de-
clared at a recent JNF Awards
Nighl held In the Fontainebleau
hotel.
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn.. Rabbi Maiavsky told the
MR. 4M0 M*S. UlBtWMAN
Liebermans Mark
53rd Anniversary
Golden wedding bells will ring
i t-T Mr and Mrs. Harry
Lieberman. of 9317 Byron ave.. on
ijuly 2.
By that time, they will be in Wil-
j mingtoi. Del., with daughter and
son-in-law, Laura and Herman
Handloff, who are planning a party
1 for them at the Dupont Plaza hotel
there. While in Wilmington the Lie
bermans will see their grandchil-
dren. Stuart 11. now getting ready
to leave for camp. Robert, and Su-
: san (Mrs. Marvin* Nathanson.
Mrs. Shapiro Fetes
Mrs. Rycus
Guest of honor at a farewell lun-
cheon given by Mrs. Esther Sha-
piro at junior's on May 31 was Mrs.
Goodman Rycus. who lett for De-
troit with her husband on Tuesday
to attend the wedding of her grand-
daughter. Brenda K. Rycus.
Showering her with orchids, good
wishes and happy landing were
Mrs. Harry Fuerst. Mrs. Morns Al-
pert. Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. Mrs.
Harry Platoff. Mrs. Irving Westin.
Mrs. Lillian Edell. Mrs. Isador Ru-
do, Mrs. Sarah Shapoff and Mrs.
Aaron Grus. of Atlanta.
gathering that "the futility of
those who seek subterfuge and
anonymity in order to avoid Jew-
ish responsibility is in the final
analvsis tantamont to swuiie
Zev W. Kogan. ex*cutiv direc-
tor a* the JNF C*urol here,
made the presentation of awards
"for outstanding accomplish-
ment during the past year" h>
Mrs. Nathan Bookepar, Mr. nrf
Mrs. E. Duoerstein. Mesdames
Robert Garber, Max Hecht, Sar-
ah Jurkowitz. Joseph Karz, Louis
Marcus, Sylvia Meyers, Miriam
Press, Julius Rosefstein, Wolfe
Shkia-r, Ida Wessel, Isaac Donen,
and Sam Schachno.
Dr. Morton Robbins. national
vice president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, presented a
JNF plaque to Jacob C. Fishman.
vice president of the Greater Mi
ami Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil, "for his many years of dedi-
cated service."
Awards in absentia were made
to Mrs. Jacob Davis, recording sec-
retary of the local Council, for her
accomplishment as Tag Day chair-
man, and to Mrs. Abraham Mason
"for her many years of devoted
work on behalf of the Jewish
twnal Fund." sh
A musical program int
Mrs. Joseph White and
Fredenka Vastel. accompany,
the piano by Mrs. Sara Math*
National Official Fefed
Southgate group of Hadas5ah
fieers and board of members
a dinner party honoring
I speaker Mrs. Marcella Rube',
tional consultant of Hadassah'
Southgate Towers. Mrs jack'
bin. program vice president,
m charge of the evening.
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Schwartzman is Speaker
"What a Jewish Education Mean.-.
Today" was to be the topic discuss-
ed by Louis Schwartzman. execu-
tive director of Bureau of Jewish
Education, at a meeting of Flaaler-
Granada Jewish Center on T>.ur>.
day at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Ger-
ald Lerer directing the question
and answer period Following the
talk.
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Dinner Honors Rabbi Cop/an
Temple Adath Yeshurun will hold
a testimonial dinner honoring^ Rab-
bi Jonah C a plan'. The Kosher din-
ner, with dancing and a show, will
be held at the Seville hotel on Sat-
urday. June 17, at 8 p.m. Temple
and Sisterhood officers will be in-
stalled during the. evening.
Bill Alter is in charge of reser-
vations.
First 1:censes to pre-school teachers of Jewish
schools are awarded at the 20th annual meet-
ing o: the Buerau of Jewibh Education by Sol
Goldman, chairman of the Bureau's Board of
License. Seated (left to right) are Rebecca Kay,
Naomi Branded, Sol Goldman, Louis Schwcr'z-
man. execut;*.'^ director of the Bureau, Doris
Gorn. Standing are Sondra Levy, Rebecca
Stern, Dorothy Gruen, Ray Berman and Jean-
ette Goldberg. Not shown are Carol Cyna-
mon, Rivka Fearnley, Gertrude Golden, An-
nette Kann, Audrey Lederman, Ruth Penick,
Eleanore Richman, Reba Rodman, Madge
Rosenbuum, Beatrice Seal, Jane Schulman,
Beatrice Selditch, Betty V/ank.
71-Year-Old Women's Leader Marks
Her Birthday With a Hew Adventure
MRS. mill SCHWARTZ
Mrs. Tillie S hwartz celebrated
her .'1st birthday at a party Wed-
nesday noon at Southgate Towers,
The party also launched her new-
est undertaking As Mrs. Schwartz
pul it, "For years and years. I've
been given birthday parties, and
now I've decided to pick up the tab
and give one with a now purpose."
The "purpose" grew out of Mrs.
Schwartz' new role as parliamen-
tarian for the year-old. 400-member
Southgate Towers group of Hadas-
sah. Mrs. Schwartz feels there is
a need for the formation of an or-
ganization of parliamentarians of
all Miami Beach Hadassah groups
to encourage exchange of ideas and
to strengthen the work of Hadas-
sah. she hopes the Miami Beach
project will set a pattern for groups
all over the country.
New ideas and energetic work
have been Mrs. Schwarz' contribu-
tion in many areas starting at age
12. when she organized a Shakes-
pearean Club Which still exist.- to-
day on the Lower East Side of New
York City. She pioneered the earls
days Of the Visiting Nurses Assn.,
and founded the Free Nurses In-
stitute. During World War II, Mrs.
Schwartz was a lieutenant general
in the Blue Star Brigade, and sold
S5.0O0,000 worth of war bands.
Together with Gov. Thomas Dew-
ey, of New York, and a committee
oi eight, she helped to organize the
U.S.O.
Since coming to Miami Beach ten
years ago. after the death Oi her
husband, she has been actively as-
sociated with the Women's Auxil-
iary Of Mt Sinai Hospital. Home
for the Aged, and Fight for Sight
She most recently organized a blood
donor campaign for Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital among her neighbors at South-
gate Towers Apts., where she lives
with her daughter. Beatrice.
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Travel Service
Slated for Bimmi
Mr, and Mrs. William Farr. Mi-
ami Beach travel agents, and Bert
Green. Coconut Grove yacht bro-
ker, will commence operation of a
'passenger boat service to Bimini
on June 17.
The firm, known as Florida Ba-
hamas Lines, Ltd., will have a 55-
ft. diesel express cruiser capable
ot carrying 48 passengers on a two-
hour run to the British island. It
will leave Miami at 9 a.m.. daily,
returning 6 p.m., allowing a five-
hour stay in Bimini.
Powered by two 400-hp. diesels.
the Bimini Express is equipped
with radar, full Coast Guard ap-
proved safety devices, and has an
international safety certificate.
Farr said there is no weight limit
on baggage, which will enable
sports fushermen to bring along
their own outboard motors if they
wish.
Wftiften's Club to Meet
The 1500 Women"s Club of Mor-
ton Towers will hold a "Getting to
Know You" luncheon Saturday-
noon. Mrs. Jack Chanin is presi-
dent of the newly-formed group,
and Mcsdames Jane Bransdorl.
Irving Blasberg. and Rose Zable
are in charge of the luncheon.
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+Je*ist ncridffrr
Friday, June 9, iggj
500 Attend New Academy Dedication;
Label Katz CaHs for Community Support
Some 960 p"
<. rnerstone cert S
the new Hebrew Academj
Mr and Mrs. Chart
seated the c< le on whi
is inscribed their nan
The new school, sche lie I to re-
ce the Academ> s I
9'.8-6th st. Miami Beach, will -
i on a site at 24th
tree dr Th< Sunday ceremoi
.. minated a > bat!
\ .tag rezoning I ites v ith < !
cials
Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prin-
i. tpal of the school, re the
hardships the Academj suffei
ring the past ears
finding a site for thi
school buildings : is its 300
lents Louis Merv itzer, chr.:r
man >i the building campai
. nked contributor^ to the cam-
pa -:
Bowling League
Has Dinner Fete
deth David Bowling Lear.ie will
have its annual genera! meeting on
Wtdnesday evening at the eongre-
_..'ion. Nomination and election of
oncers for the en>uins year will
take place, as well as selection of
- nmer teams. The league plans
to meet throughout the summer
ry Wednesday evening at I'm-
\. : sit) Lane- m Miami.
Goes' stjss**' was Labe1 Kati,
international president cf B'nai
B'ri*h. In a stirrirq address, he
eared open "the leadership of
the Jewis^ community of Great-
er Miami to extend finarciai as-
sistance to its only Dsy School.
Only the Day School can -jrovlde
leadership that is intelligent,
kncwledoeafc'e, informed and
committed to positive values,"
Kati declared.
Spi aking of the corn-.-:
this is

^ositi'. e a mi< v ;<> oi
I : ii education sh >uld be
position rity in

A.- parti .:'_-.:'- :' M
":.. witz
cf the first five graduates of the
Hebrew Acadt mj Sej m wr 5|
ite. and Miriam W eiss
treasurer of the Student C
A I i" honor '. Mr i n
Mrs ,k-. was held at the
Fcntameb'Aaj hotel. I ng th<
dedication Leonard Ro.
if the b ard of directors, was
chairman of the ij -
Additional pledges amounting to
more than S50.000 giv-
ing the Hebrew Academy a tol
5750.000 in pledges
Among the many cop.rat ilalory
telegrams received was one from
Dr. David S Andron. first presi-
dent of the si!:
Pioneer Women
Set Boat Ride
Final pmgram fir Pi r ^
en's Golda Meir Club ; -^
ride Sunday. 5 30 ;, i p^..
CitJ Yacht Ba.-.- Y '.
Seven Seas, with "
and refreshment- k
Mrs Pearl K; ? j;rmj(
and Mrs Abraham .- ^
Rescue Fund chair? ,. eat
marked all proceeds I .emeu
. a Heir's Child Res ;0-.a
PRETTY AS A PICTURE FAVORITE PARTY TREAT!
frsli and f*n fixing I D i \ I .
i i i r> x / v
.;-. !_: ..._...
i -..': pint of
I :',." tugni
,....., >,,j, r be- I '.
end .......long
f-,,..
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Energy-Rich Dromedary Date-Nut Roll
"Refuels" Active Youngsters
Someone
mi< ri a- the i
ma< hinea i har-
der of a>
u\e ihildrei will readil;
, ichool. at plas-en
t.n around the a^rrage *
as lo hai
keeping in motion, a sp<*>
}..r burning up rnergy,
.i quenl i uam rr-
t ng j. ih f- taUi
t g ralOC or panir\ door *iil clo-
% attest.
Like anyone entrusted *iih the
care im! maintenance of a pu~
piece of equipment (human oi
. *t), most mothers are con-
,-i rned in t
. ( the fuel that teplenihcs then
jotmgscers enctg*.
'High-Octane" Nourishment
This is one of the major I
vtn delk h Di Daie-NiH
Roll rate* right at th-- top of t1
ai i ii>< ol auick e!ierg\
at *na. kc.rrr or a an ideal enrrf->
!:ft in mii! trilk i nap. I ^||nk.^ nlnUU and the
Wortd'l ihoi<-t date*. Dromeda^
J-' Nut Roll >* a temptingly
>holc-ome treat, rich in Natutt
Otm prrf-ct source of q'.ml go-
"poer"' the nutrition* sweetness of
dates, whuh. unlike other sweets
roners instantlv into usable, cs-
OMial energy hU^jmU buiUlmg up
itt the bods.^
(
I .....
I suth uim
in Pa' N it
R
;n \ i im m tied tins foi ,r
is. it offers 11
[age of st i
lo i ii Simp p and
k i( on ^
..
hi 11 i'
I
ith jam
tour faa

ingdesseit: or can vithatrine
same or brai is a part)
inat for sophil H -S.
Variety of Kosher Treats
Of particular imp':!.!;
mam households wm i laws
'-rrred is (he faa that Drom-
i) Nut Roll.m *ell as the
other D 11 (j^-
are all Mil kashet Produced
under the constant supenriss t
the I m hi <.f t>i I \ 1 > th ( 'ii-
\ i me
D \ Roll. ( hocolate-Nui R< -II
adO HJ N II K ill Jispl^v t'ie
> I v al that is the Jew .'i
hometnakci s guide i" >U ple
kashiuth Thei ar> featuied at lead<
mj fi if rauf own giutei docs not *t ..k
ih< :n at present, he iau castl) obtaiu
ibcm jot youj.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowskv decicte corr.ersr-r.e of -ew
Hebrew Academy building. Extreme left is Louis Merwitzei
chairman of the building campaign. Mrs. Merwittei ex:reme
right '.ooks c-._______________________________
Labor Zionists Form New Unit
Labor Zionis: it of
Farband
Labor Z: Histadrut.
Pioneer Worm and Poale
ips, has esta I the
l.
\ elect i i [saa<
,... -: ..- ;..- presid M
ii irrj -1< 13 and Max B
kstor vice presidents; Dr Simon
Wilensky, treasurer; Mr- Max As
Farband Labor Zionist Cultural .,. secretary; and Irving M Sachs.
Center al 840 Washington ave., to i1-... -
: 8IRTHDAZE :
A fifth child for Ca 1 Un
Abraham Self, of K
Joinins two list)
ers. the ne litt.t- 4 .
I lbs last Thurs ia
.
Brand new parent^ are fane! u|
ert Weinstein, 8240 S
nil
call Mrs Molly Rub.
luran: "^randn ther" Her
ther. Mrs Rose Fit is ~ys
i great-grandmother.
i
Dr and Mr- Man .:.
413 Viscaya ave
have a new son. Benjamin Jit,
-. May 24. ha- a
and older sister. 1
Here for the bn>. y :...:. Cia-
Herman K Go::;
v as the maternal gr
Mrs Benjamin Gold-" pat ml
r.dparents. Mr and Mrs Um
Schragger. all of New
the great-grandparen:- Mr and
Mr- Michael Dickler I Sea Yotf
City.
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^ *^ ~v reasons
Wm%*0 (give or take
*v ^ "" ~ a few dozen)
for serving
- ^ ^^ Heinz Kosher
%%#P% Vegetarian
^ "* ^ Beans toniSht- _
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ORTHOOOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


lay. June 9. 1961
^Jewist fhrkH&n
Page 5-F
Pops' Concert Series Opens Sunday;
Raymond Paige, Guest Singers Featured
r.e Eved Jacks," romantic adventure drama, directed by
irlon Brando, who also stars as a rugged individualist, upon
lease from a Mexican jrison seeks revenge on his former
r, Karl Maiden. Katy Juardo is c'so featured in the
in color and Vista Vision, now at the Carib, Miami, Mu-
le, Ec-sex, 163rd Sheet, and Gateway Theatres.
ti Sigs Flan
jshion Event
. : i.i Alumnae chap-
el Greater Miami aas to hold
ontl Ij meeting Thurs-
at the home oi Mrs.
rams, 19491 NE 19th pi.
r the annual fashion show
iscussed.
.....Kulick, M< Idman
: i Franzman. aduating
. i re to be install* d i -
mbers.
ected : rs i re Mes-
,i Ros n. president;
ask, Donald Frank, Theo-
!es. ^ ice presidents; Mel-
n. recording secretarj;
Kaplan, treasurer; Miss
ow, corresponding secre-
Mrs Myles Eaton, alumnae
-. i. -.1 Mr-. Bert Saul, mi-
sch< larship chairman.
Raymond Paige, conductor "i
Jew York's famous Radio City
dusic Hall Symphony, will lead the
arade ol gecst -tars for the set
on's opening "Pop" conceit bj the
Jniversity of Miami Summer Sym-
hony Orchestra on Sunday eve-
in.u at the air-conditioned Miami
leach Auditorium
Growing in popularity each year,
he nth annual series ol Miami
teach "pop' concerts will feature
ight top conductors and 12 solo:
sts in a ten-week summertime
ienu of popular music through
,ug, 13.
Getting the season off to a rous-
ng start is Paige, who last year
e his local 'Top*" debut with
i fast-paced program of "Musical
Imhli'-h'.s Irom Radio City Music
tall."
Paige, the man who guides the
destinies of the famed Music
Hall Glee Club and Choral En-
semble, and a myriad of musical
activities at the world's largest
thsatre, has selected two young
soloists for the 1961 summer se-
ries opener. They are Louise
Rabcin, soprano, and Val Valen-
ti, ttnor.
Artists scholarship and the coveted
"Jennie Award iS Miss Ra-
boin h a] p ^ar< i at Ra; io City
Music "Hall and in musical presen-
tation- from Miami to.Alaska
Valenti has entertained before
he royal families of England,
Greece and Belgium. He also has
sung extensively on radio and lei-
\ ision,
PAIGE
VALENTI
Woman Will Address Meeting
Douglas Gillett, of the Chamber ---------
ol Commerce ol the Americas, has
announced that Mrs. Alberta M.
Doherty, of the World Committee
on Employment of the Handicapped
has been invited to address dele-
gates al the nth meeting in Aruba
in June !! to 22.
Mrs. Doherty will he the first
woman speaker in the history oi
he Chamber \mericas..
Leo Axlrod is president of the
World Committee on Employment
i| the Handicapped.
fiefs for Youth Center
, Piper Players will give a
.t performance of "Sleeping
>" for Young Israel of Great-
Miami Tuesday. 1:30 p.m., at
Senior llij;h School An
si attraction will be Skipper
I f I'opeye Playhouse Funds
will be used to help build a
h center: Chairman of the
s Mrs. Rubin VValdman.
OPENING
Comedy talents of Terry
Haven sparkle through the
night club revue "Caught in
'.he Act," cunently in its sixth
month at the Downstairs room
oi the Seville hotel. Co-star-
ring Jack E>e Leon, other prin-
cipals c:e Gene Allen, jerry
Newby I M Peal end Betty
Darcey, who appecr seven
nights in the revue which will
hold over through summer.
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Paige's program will take the
orm ol a visit to a motion picture
he..'.re. The opening selection is
"Newsreel Count-down al Cape
Canaveral" and "Wild Blue Yon-
ler." A new arrai I by
e and Raymond Wright, i t
i rt's "l.> Sj Iphidc." and mu-
sic 11 the featun film, "Song
Without Endthe Life and Lovi s
oi Fran!/. Liszt," are included in
tl e program. Paige's own compo-
sition, \ Surprise Symphony,"
concludes tin evening's festivities
. -- Raboin will sing Delibes'
"Lea Filles de Cadiz and Cha-
minade's 'The Silver Ring." Val-
enti will b< heard in an ana from
Puccini's "Tosca, and in a popu-
lar song. Full Moon and Empty
Arms." based on a theme from
Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 2.
Paige, conductor of more than a
dozen top nationwide musical ra-
dio programs and a music director
in motion pictures for both Para-
mount and Warner Bros, studios,
is current!} celebrating his 11th
v. ir al Radio City Music Hall He
also served as conductor for the
Los Angeles Philharmonic and the
Pittsburgh Symphony orchestra.
Miss Raboin, a 20-year-old color-
a soprano., is a native of Mon-
treal. Can., and a graduate ol Mi-
ami Edison High School. Winner
Ol the Miami Music Club Young
'Torch-Bearers'
Opens at Grove
The Torch-Bearers" will open
Thursday. June 15, and play five
; fi rn ani i rough Sun lay,
it Grov Pla>

in Patsy
Jaqueline
Jam< s and Boi is Pritcher
presented bj the Acorns Civic
Theatre, the production i- being di-
rect* d j (wen Phillips, ol the
Grove Playhouse
Pianist Richard Moser, famed
on iour continents, bsge n
a special engagement June 7
in the Carriage Club at Mi-
ami Spiings Villas.
5 Perl. Only! Thurs., June 15 Sun., June 18th
Acorns Civic Theatre
presents
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"TCE TGEGH-BEAI
A Comedy by George Kelly
C?re-.7*d ty OWEN PH'LLirS
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Executive to Attend Confab
Phillip Schiff. president of Beth
David Congregation, announced
this week that Nat Pollack, execu-
., director, will attend a confer
. nee ol synagogue administrators
j at the Concord hotel on June 12
hrough 15 in New York. The an-
nual meeting will be attended by
synagogue executives oi congrega-
tions affiliated with the United Syn-
agogue ol America.
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+ L**i*tiFk>rScffan
Fridcy, June 9, 19
FAN
W^ ^LSTU P. r.tjer, Abraham Worsb^y =
president of his Temple in Canton. O.. for orty years, is It >.,-^n
l, Fan was president cl Sisterhood there tor seven yea.>. rhe
hved dose to the Temple, and even rabbi who came to town was wel
,,.. 1 |L their home. Th, four girls and the far brother ware away
come In their home. The four girls and their brothel were always
SSped In Jewish traditions and earning out the time- honored rituals
Kan was most active in all community affairs in Canton art c
-., nu.h When thej moved here in 1941. ran felt that she
Center United Nations among others started
to occupy Fans time. But Hadassah never
left first place. She came up through the
ranks of Hadassah to take her place on the
top leadership level.
Their bij: house, patterned after her father s.
was always full of company and children, a
regular Sindell hotel. Times have changed
now. An apartment with a coffee shop in the
building makes for easy living. A whole arra>
;'f bowling trophies in the den testify to other
proficiencies. The view from their window, a
panorama Of Miami Reach, is breath taking.
Kan has a pool right at her toetips, and a
canasta game right at her fingertips.
Quiet, unassuming, always pleasant. Kan
has .; gentle way that is most endearing. Sin
j had done enough community work to last a
long time. That phase passed to Scouting.
PTA. Red Cross. CJA. and Gables Community
believes that the Jewish people, through their services in Israel and
th< diaspora are strengthening Jewish culture and education. She
never give up the work that she is doing. According to past his
hr\ ai no time have the Jews ever felt they had reached their goal
Kan teds, that she. too. must keep on striving for a better tomorrow
* *
A THING AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
It v. as a Flag Golf Tournament at Westview on Flag Day M
al Day to you. Each got a handicap and par for the
Where they finished that stroke, the> dropped a flag. What
vvi they .'.ream up next?
Then of course, dinner to mark Trophy Night All the men who
.von trophies dui year received them at one fell swoop
trophies were simply huge First prize was nearly five feet tall
(S to say. the women complained. They only got charms lor
tin 1 trouble
Mr and Mrs Stanley Tate. with the Seymour Somersteins, wen
a table with Mr. and Mrs Buddy Levinson and the Bernard Seider-
S n at other tables rere the Leo Chaikeo&j Jan Allen Siegels.
Mr and Mrs t Owen Mr and Mrs. Sweji Rubin, the Jack
Gi nes Mr and Mrs Merton Gershun. and the Ed Dennisons, who
!. aght their childrt 1 George Dennison.
* *
TWO SAtLFISH AND SIXTEEN DOLPHIN
Ruthie Rohbin> was as red as 1 beet 81m and her husband. Al
.- MexanderV and Fi Fl< r.nce Kamen and their son. Walu 1
back from Duck Key where they went fishing They wer<
... ;>;- ted '< ss than twenty poui >;-
Wj both : Om lis folks are having the big]
day H p that isn't suppe
n be a surpr -

FLY AWAY FLY AWAY
-her Mrs Sidnej S; se last week to attend
graduation 0:' her nephew. Gai son >1 San! and Audrej Pohn Gail
on Sept J to Helen Stoller Then Esther flew to
'.s.-.ham fcr the Brandeis I ) National Women's Committee
t mere. to ut being airsick sht flew off to New
'i leet her husl visit with son, David Have you seen
Sidnej lately? He's shaved off that beard.
* *
SOUNDS LOGICAL
Harvey and Jean Fl< n and their boat left early for the trip
|0 Marathon. Ray and Dei Rubin took their time, and left later, trail
11 [ liter. The) I boat motel None of them eat the fish
t at hey catch They get up at three 0 clock, and go out in the boat
t. fish before the sv:n is up. Del says that the fish are hungry then
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Harry and 1. i 11 n Schut spent Mothers Day in Cedarhurst, 1. I with
:er. Eileen a:i dhusband. Charles, and all of the little Bonapartes
Betty Jane. Shelley and Peter LiBy loves this time of year up north
w :h the tulips and lilacs .
Three ou; of the 130 men and women in the U S going on the
t ret Young leadership of the I'JA Mission to Israel are Greater Mi
s own Kenneth Myers and Daniel and Dianne Heller .
By this time Jane Mrs Charles) Leeds feels that it is only .,
memory that her brother Hank Bronner 'he's married to Louise Weissl
flw down in his own plane from Shrevepert to visit her and all of his
friend I It s time for another \1s1t ..
Mrs Barnet Levin had a Bon Voyage party tor her sister, Florence
Sinclair, who is flying off to Hong Kong Cocktails and a buffet -up
Dei put the piCiltl in a very mellow mood The Elmer Levys, Mr
and Mrs Howard Davis the Mike Mercels. and Miss Minnie Keinberg
were the ones having the fun .
Miss Shirley Greenfield >whom everyone calls Lola>. and her
mother. Mrs Charles Greenfield, will spend a few days in San Kran
cisco. Then they will leave on the SS President Wilson for a trip to
the Orient It's just a leisurely UkUj boat ride They will \i Honolulu. Hong Kong, and Japan.
Miss Paf umi,
Med Grad Wed
The \lglers hotel was the setting
for the marriage and reception 01
\drienne Pafumi and Sanford Ja-
cobson on Sunday evening. June 4,
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Of-
ficiating at the 6.30 ceremony
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vin-
cent Pafumi. 1785 Calais dr. the
new bride has a BS in medical
technology com the University of
Miami, and is a member of A LI m.
The groom is the son of Mrs. Lil-
lian Jacobson and the late Louis
.lacobson, 1880 SW 24th st. In June
he will graduate from the Univer-
sity of Miami medical school and
intern at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital. He belongs to l'hi Delia Ep-
Silon, medical social, and Alpha
Omega Alpha, medical honororary
Attending the newly weds was
Miss Barbara Rothman. maid of
honor, and Herbert Jacobson. best
man. for his brother. The honey-
moon trip was a visit to Nassau.
SchechetsWill
Live in N. Miami
Rabbi David Lehrfield officiated
at the wedding of Menia Ickovitz
and Elliot Allen Schechet on Sat-
urday night. June 3. at the Royal
Hungarian restaurant, where a din-
ner followed the ceremony.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Philip
Ickovitz. 101 SW "list ave., newly-
wedded Mrs, Schechet wore a short
frock of white silk organza with
lace bodice, and carried orchids on
a Prayer book.
Attending her was Miss Celia
Ickovitz. maid of honor, and Bar-
bara Donner. Mrs. s:an Freedman
Rachi'. Meschaan. as brides-
maids.
The groom is the son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Schechet, Of Boston.
Mass His best man was Izia lcko-
ai d serving as ushers were
Elliot Bi l< Stan Freedman and
Stan Mass
The young couple both attended
Ihe I'n Of Miami and alter
b wedding trip through northern
Florida A ill live at 4660 NW 3rd st ,
Miami.
W.-iini K.ilm
MRS. SANfORD JACOBSON
Barchans Tell
Sondra's Troth
A.. J
MRS. HUOT SCKKHff
Diamonds Scy
Wedding Vows
Mr. and Mrs. R E jmoadl
are honeymoo
their wedding -
the Fontaine! !<
1 and dinner
Ha :-rl
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AIRS. WIUARD D'AMONO
p.m. ceremonj.
Irving Lehrmj
The former '-
. ihe daughti.
berg and th<
ni 1919 r.a> dr. -
M 1 mi B< a
tended the Unsvers
and graduate*
of Miami. Her s<
Epsil
Her husbam ''I
and Mrs w I '[
saw. Ind and h( .' "I
Part Military 1 ^1
Forest C ll< ge >;rl
1 1 Delta Phi, advei I
Maid of hom r I*|
v as matron of r m i
v ere Sharon 1 fl
K einer and Mri '
Mrs Joe Barchan. 2450
SW 2lst ler., announce engage- ... A j- ** HfA
sondra ro- Miss Andrews Eyes 62 Rites
berta, to Ira Abram*on, son of Mr.
and Mrs Philip Abramson, 01 Far
y. N. Y
The future bride is a gradu ite I
Miami Senior High School, and at-
tended Blue Mountain Collegi in
\....... ppj and Charron williams
1 _. in Miami. She was a mem-
b< r of Phi Sigma Tau and
Group of B'nai B'nth, which pre-
sented her with a "Best Member"
aw ard
Her fiance 1- an alumnus ol Far
Rockaway High School, attended
the I'niversitj Of Miami, and earn
ed a degree in psychology at New
York University. His fraternity is
Tau Epsilon Pi, and lie is presently
associated with the Kenwin Shops
The couple plan an earlj Septem-
ber wedding.
Mr. ind Mrs Theodore R In
drew ol S911 SW 5th tcr ai
the agement ol their da
!'.., bai to Gei ai ton Zaiehick
son [Mi Mi \ R in h *.k.
th rd
Tin bridt lo-b< is a thi
L^niversitj f F najo g in
educatioi She a member ol
VEPhi, -,i international
swe< thi an ol AEPi, hi r fiace's
fraternil)
Mr ZaL hick s also a st nn
the 1 nhersity ol Florida in the en-
gine* rii nd is treasurer
of IRK. -j
nitj.
Th. \ ung t
Feb. 4. 1962
Southwest Center Wo^en
Sisterhood cl *
Center was ti
ing Thursdaj
at the dinner
m ...- '.c bt> shown .'
from delegaU -
conference Ol
'
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JHAT is the high fashion fore-
cast f( r summer? Thai is
a question many of you readi rs
have been asking especially
those who plan to do some travel-
ing.
A summer at home means
basically a relaxed, casual ward-
robe. Several swim suits; smart
combinations of shirts, shorts
and Macks; a few pretty sun or
patio dresses: a lew dressier cot-
ters, silks or linens: plus at least
one new elegant party dress
This summer, like many before
it, will be one for seeing the
world and being seen. The
chic world traveler will far out-
number the stay-at-home.
Today's woman no longer hap-
hazardly collects a make-do ward-
robe. Today, she logically se-
lects her wardrobe by careful
planning, intelligent investment,
and a high sense of quality.
A summer suit that is crisply
comfortable on a jet liner, yet
Will give warmth in Scandinavia.
Russia or South America, should
he first on your wardrobe list.
They are to be found of imported
COttbn, firm and deep textured
^h for almost any summer
climate.
^HESE suits are also wardrobe
* stretchers. With an extra
ater, or >oft chiffon blouse.
thej can go many places. Your
luggage weight problem is mini-
mized by careful accessory plan-
ning around your basics.
Summer collections of the top
designers are as extensive and
detailed as their tail and winter
collections. They are more and
mere aware of the fashion needs
HAND PAINTED
PORTRAIT IN OIL
8"xl0" $9.95
Portraits will be hand painted
on silk from your black and
white or colored photograph
or clear snapshot. Your photo
will be returned to you with
the portrait approximately one
month after order is received
Photo to be copied should be
not larger than 8"xl0" and
head and shoulders of one
person to a photo. Remember
the better the photo you send
the better your portrait will
be.
I enclose $ i (o' which
pleas* have Mend Painted in oil on
Mid Portraits as follows
Complexion Color of clolhin9
Name
Address
Cay State
CHAR-LEE TRADERS
P.O. Box 45-112, Miimi 45, Fla.
e global traveler, and their
collections reilect this stimula-
ting trend. Coming into many
local shops will be sauve silk
coal dresses, both silk and cot
lor. coat costumes, jacket dresses
all with a touch of global ele-
gancealong with day dressing
in arresting yet functional fab-
rics.
The Samuel Winston collection.
Specializing
in
Formats
Coc^uul Gowns
and
Bridal Attfrl
PARSONS
3410 CORAL WAY
Open Monday Mitt
Til 9
H3rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
Optm /Monday ond fi'iday
Mi to Til 9
designed by Roxane, is featuring
a series ot dresses made of beau-
tiful printed and bordered silk
squares which were created < -
penally lor them in Eur pe,
These dresses pack lightly, and
are appropriate for numerous oc-
casions. These silks are quite
distinctive, and are to be con-
sidered as conversation pieces
An easy and natural silhouette
is being followed this summer.
Most of the waistlines are norm-
al, with a few slightly lowered
and a few following the princess
line.
There are also many shirtmaker
typeswith a wide variety of fab-
rics available. Cottons, brocades,
silks, and organzas are used in
this highly desired styling Skirts
are either full or pencil slim.
A NOTHER trend for summer is
^ the efficient yet light inner
instruction. The basic silhouette
and fabric carrj these collec-
tions. Even the necklines are
lovely and iieii-tiieky.
For cocktails and evenings in
capital oi the world, exquis-
itely embroidered and beaded
dresses are required, Many of
the far-flung places in the world
produce the patient and artistic
handwork which enriches these
gowns.
Summers are no longer the
time of year when designers lake
vacations. Today's summer ward
robe is as carefully planned and
complete as the winter ward-
robe. Fabrics and styling vary,
but the important fashion picture
is still presented.
Miss Stober
Weds Physician
Miss Cynthia Ann Stober, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Sto-
ber. of Boston. Mass., became the
bride of Dr Joseph Bennett War-
Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Robert Warshaw. on Tuesday. June
6. in Durham. N. C. The 4 o'clock
ceremony was performed by Rabbi
MV Guest of Honor
Guest of honor at a luncheon was
: Mrs. Max Rubin, ol the Auxiliary
!ol the Florida Dept. ol JWV. She'll
be honored tor "outstanding work
with 12 auxiliaries in the stale" at
the DiLido hotel Saturday noon.
Folk School Closes
David Pinski Folk School was to
Wei net K;. In.
MRS. DAVID BUCHWALD
A short evening dress of
shaded blue chiffon etched in
a carefree pattern of match-
ing sequins and paillettes
from Samuel Winston's sum-
mer 1961 collection designed
by Roxane. The neckline is
scooped deeply front and
back above a rounded skirt.
A small scarf ties a light film
of chiffon over the shoulder.
Jewelry is by Hatlie Carnegie.
E. M. Rosenzweig, of Chapel Hill. L]ose lor the summer Thursday and
" C. i he resumed in September at new
Buchwald, Ross
(liven in marriage by her father. : |,.l'a'1<'ll;'rUrs- ** ^'^v". ExchdllCie VOWS
e newly-wedded Mrs Warshaw ffriculum will include Yiddish,EXtnumje WWi
th
wore a silk organza princess gown
with cathedral train, scoop neck-
line and cap sleevi s of alencon lace
reembroidered with seed pearls
The shoulder-length veil fell from
a cap of matching lace, and she
carried white and yellow sweet-
heart roses.
Mrs. Eugene Davidson was her
only attendant. Best man was his
lather, and Dr. Robert II. Peter
and Howard Warshaw. his brother,
served as ushers.
The former Miss Stober is a
graduate ol Duke University where
she was a member of Kappa Alpha
Theia. social sorority, and Phi Beta
Kappa, honorary. She is also an
alumna ol the Katharine Gibbs .
School in Boston.
Hebrew. Bible. Jewish history, and i
Jewish and Hebrew sor.gs. Regis-
tration will be lor children six
years and elder.
Scholarship To.d
For Memorial
A $500 scholarship in an Israel
agricultural school has been donat-
ed by the Pioneer Women's Club
in honor ol the late Mollie Wittner.
The announcement was made this
week at ; memorial meeting in
tribute to Mrs. Winner, a member
of the Pioneer Women's Club lor
20 years and volunteer for Israeli
Donna Lynne Ross and David S.
Buchwald were married Sunday,
June 4. at the bride's home. 2300
SW 26th st. Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiated at the 7 o'clock eeremonv.
which was followed by a reception.
Daughter of Mrs Belle Ross and
the late Irving Ross, the new Mrs.
Buchwald chose a gown of chan-
tilly lace and silk organza, and
carried orchids on a Bible. Her
sister, Nancy Joy Ross, was her
maid of honor.
The groom's parents are Mr and
Mrs. Joseph Buchwald. 2365 SW
21st ave.. and his brother. Robert
Buchwald. served as best man.
The new bride attended Miami
projects.
Mrs. Lillian Halpern. daughter Senior High School and
I Mrs Wittner accepted the cer- sity of Miami. Her husband also
tificate announcing the award, and graduated from Miami Senior High
Her husband is a graduate of the donated $50 to start another scholar- and (he University ol Honda
University oi Florida and received ship. Members contributed anoth- The young couple spent their
his degree in medicine from Duke er S80 to get the project on it* way. honeymoon In Nassau.
University. His fraternity is Pi
Lambda Phi.
Alter a honeymoon trip to Jamai-
ca, the young couple plan to live
, in Rochester, N. Y., where Dr.
Warshaw will intern at Strong
Memorial Hospital.
Choir Director
Beth Torah Congregation
Seeks Choir Director for
fRIDAY SERVICES and
HIGH HOLY DAYS
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Wl 5-5371
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record nti Ii .1 ingli 1 1
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lud ig $500 annually I01 Ihe next low years, liom George
Valentine, vice president, Chase Federal. Scholarship is to
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hiqh in 11- Senioi Clasa and was president of his
Home Room, membei ol the National Forensic League, Stu-
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lo help deli 1 medi" al 1 oun e expense
19 Acad. Students Graduate Wednesday;
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The following models will be
awarded Huiing the ixercitea:
Rota .'i>i Samuel Rlttei icholar-
ln|> award Rose and H.iny Go-
ni llihicw studir-. aw.ud, Louis
Mi'iHiin'i kalutetorian .iw.nd,
Samuel Reinhard Bible award.
.mil Aiiiiiiiif award. AKo 10 be
preiented are mathematics, sci-
1. < tar vice a nd 1 v 111 b .w .11.1 s,
nd < journalitm award present-
ed by The Jewish Floridlan,
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lo make w >\ lor
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S Ki amer Bernar I Lipman
di .1 Lipman, Da\ id Knoch Liu hins.
Bernard Arthur Mason, Arthur
Hi ink. Joan \anc> Saltz, i"
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ieher Vlarlrm w and Ed-
ward Zemel,
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"Once Upon a Time" was the theme of the
closing program of the' Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Center preschool on Sunday. Tots in-
cluded Michael Goldmark, Sanford Schecter,
Barry Seidner, Joel Rosenfield, Barry Kaye,
Lari Cchen, Deborah Kurman, Barbara Krapto,
Paul Le Vine. Arthur Landers, Daniel Matza,
Keith Rosen, William Mair and Mrs. Ira Segal,
teacher. Under the direction of Mrs. Max Rod-
man, ihey produced the story of "Little Red
Hen." Junior kindergarten, under the direction
of Mrs. Arthur Golden, played "Cinderella."
Mrs. Segal produced "Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs." Rabbi Gerald Lerer presented
kindergarten diplomas. Mrs. Louis Bush,
school chairman, presented junior kindergar-
ten certificates. Sam Goldstein made the pres-
entation for the nursery class. Robert Brown
was introduced as new school chairman, with
Sam Hollander presented as new Flagler-
Granada president.
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Special Party served in superb fashion
within a luxurious setting that
will reflect your good taste.
CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS
BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration
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A Fine to Address
Senior Citizens
Mart!- fin?, chairman of the Mi-
ami Housing Authority, will be the
guest sptaker at the second annual
senior citizens conference sponsor-
ed by the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, it was announc-
ed by .A. Budd Cutler, president.
With its theme '"Senior Citizens
Band Together fjr an Active Life,"
the conference starts Sunday. 12:30
p m at 'he Miami YMHA Branch.
130 SW :6th ave., when over 300
senior citizens from the Center's
four branches will meet in a series
i seven workshops to discuss their
club programs.
Subjects will be '"Responsibilities
.if Officers and Committee Chair-
men." "Fund Raising." "Building
an Active Membership."' "Under-
standing Your Center and Your
Community," "Cultural and Edu-
cational Program?." ""Social Activ-
ities and Community Service." Pro-
[essionaj -taff of the Center will act
.i- workshop discussion leaders.
Highlight will be the issuing of
charters by the Center to each of
clubs recognizing their
contributions to senior citizens in
tne folio,.ing area- >ocial. cultur-
al, health, educational, community
service, and leadership develop-
ment.
F.lraim H. Gale, executive direc
DR. SHE10M0 SHUNAMI
tor of the Center, will present the
charters to the president of each
Friendship Club.
Invocation will be given by Rabbi
Solomon Schiff of Congregation
Beth El.
Following the conference, there
will he dancing, refreshments and
entertainment Charles PlOtkin,
director of the Center's Depart
ment of service t-> senior citizens.
I is in charge of arrangements.
Hebrew Librarian
To Tell Story
The story of how nearly 500.0(10
books looted by the Nazis were
saved after World War I! was to be
told Thursday night by Dr. Shelo
mo Shunami. librarian of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem.
Also to speak ai the reception at
the Miami Beach home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Rifkin was Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz, spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah and Hebrew Uni-
versity representative to the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Rabbi Abramowitz was Jewish
chapla-n for the American and
other Allied forces in Berlin im-
mediately after World War II,
and cooperated with Dr. Sbuna-
mi's successful efforts to regain
some ef the treasured Jewish
books of Europe.
Dr. Shunami, director of the
Otzroth Hagolah (Treasures of the
Diaspora) Department of the new
Jewish National and Universit) Li-
brary, is in the United States at the
invitation of Harvard University.
He i> reorganizing the Hebrew sec-
tion of the Harvard library, one of
the world's largest.
Those who were to attend Thurs
day's reception included Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Popick. who together
with Mr. and Mrs. Rifkin. are
founders of the new campus of He-
brew University.
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wedding or a private party I
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HAZEL ALLISON
CATERING DIRECTOR
JE 1-6061
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As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Floridtan will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You.'' P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the na~e
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvan, date and piace of the cere non .
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Mark Schweitzer
Harold Feit
Bruce Koniver
Michael Slein
Marx Zaikin
Howard Friedman
Howard Roger, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Friedman, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvan during Sat-
urday morning services. June 10.
at Beth David, with Rabbi Norman
Shapiro officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah has been on the
Honor Roll at Ada Merrill Junior
High four times this year, and was
elected secretary of the Student
Council. He plays viola m the
school orchestra and entered a
math graph in the Florida Science
Fair at Dinner Key.
He is a member ol the Junior
Red Cross and Future Teachers ol
America, and hi> hobbies are stamp
collecting, baseball, table tennis
and bowling
\n open house in hi< honor will
be held at hts home. u SW Miami
.,\e. rd.. Sunday afternoon.
Mark Sokol
Temple Beth Tor ah will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Mark.
son of Mr. and Mr.-. Irving Sokol.
during Saturday morning services.
June 10. with Rabbi Max Lipschitz
officiating.
Mark is a seventh grade student
a: North Miami Beach Junior High.
His parents will host the Kiddush
lollowuig services and a reception
at the Club House in the evening.
*
I. Jay Lipowsky
Saturday morning services. June
10 at Israelite Center, will include
the Bar Mitzvah of 1 Jay. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lipowsky. 1S20
sU 33rd ave.. with Rabbi Morton
H avsky officiating.
ij is ., seventh grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High and at-
ads the Center's religious school.
\ social hour in the auditorium
follow the ceremony.
V
Sidney Peppr. jr.
^abbi Solomon Schiff will
l ite at the Bar Mitzvah ol > toej
son of Mr and Mrs Sidney A Pep-
of 1600 SW 16th ave., Saturda>
morning, June 10, a: Congregation
Beth El.
Sidney is an eighth grade student
.. Shenandoah Junior High.
a
Rosv Browarnik
ROSS, son of Mrs. Dorothy Brow-
arnik. of No. Miami, and Moe
Browarnik. of Miami Beach, will
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing, June 10. at Congregation Ye-
hudah Moshe. \< ith David
;iers.>.: and Sheldon Steinn
dating.
The Bar Mitzvah .- a studei
North Miami Junior Huh An
Oneg Shabbat will be given Fridaj
Howard Friedman Mark Sokol

Sidney Pepper, jr. I. Jay lipowsk*
lass Browarnik Bonnie Sermon
evening in honor of Ros< birthday,
and the Kttdtifib following services
Saturday to celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah
*
Ronnie Btrman
Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Ronnie, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berman.
COBURN AND
MIDDLEBROOK
INCO*PORATfD
Mutual Funds Specialist
ARNOLD H. PERLSTEIN
ARTHUR H. PADDOft
SAU.Y G. PADDOR
E. STACEY HAUAM
235 N.E. 79th Street
Mian- z j*
PL 4-3515
during Saturda) morning services.
.'v:e 10, at Temple Jud
Rom -. nth g nor
I nt at Ponce de Leon Juni ir
- attended the Tern-
. Hebrew an I Sundaj
for four years
His rill host the Kid
in h:- honor following the cere-
mon>

Harold Feit
Mitzvah ol Hai Id son of
Mr. 3ni Mrs. Melvin Feit, ill take
;!. (i lurii Saturdi y morning
services, June 10 al Kneseth Is-
rael, with Rabbis David Lehrfield
. Alexander Gross incipal of
the Hebrew Academj
Harold is a se
( Hebn a.. It
will receive the Ner Tamid.
est r rd in s
In- Bar Mitzvah
1
Bruce Koniver
Temple Emanu-El will be the site
ot the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Har-
vey, son of Mrs Mae c Koniver,
on Saturday morning. June 10. with
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating.
Bruce is a seventh grade student
at Nautilus Junior Huh and atl
the Temple's religious school He
i> a member of Miami Beach Little
League.
A reception in his honor w ill be
held Saturday afternoon at the
Koniver home
Marc Zalkin
Bar Mitzvah of Marc son ol Mrs
Ivy Henzel and Dr Martin D Zal
km. of New York, v ill be cell
ed during services at the Tem
pie Beth Torah on Saturday morn
. hine 10. with Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz officiati
Mark :> a seventh 'udeni
at North Miami Beach Junior High
and plays in the school bai
A reception in his honor will be
given Saturdaj evening al the Club
House
> *
Mark Frankel
Saturday morning services. June
10. at Temple Menorah will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Mark, .-on of |
Mr and Mrs. Sol Frankel. 9760 Bay
Harbor ter with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
Mark is in the graduating class
ol the Temples religious school,
..iten.i- Nautilus .!'.;r.:->r Hig I
Dinner r< cepti n 1:1 his h n >r will
he held s 11 ir 1 ij 1 the
Diploma! !
Joseph Aronesty
Dr. Irving Lehrman 11
,: the Bar Mitzvah ol Joseph Na-
- 1 of Mr an I Mrs A!
sty, lurin \ Satui
servici J me 10, at Temple
inu-EL
Joseph 1 -'' entl stu-
dent M Fishi
:- th< T( .. -
Hi is an ac(
- clarinetist ..; ar.i
bowling ;.- his hobby.
He 1- t!i rec.;':
av ard in math< matii ai
writing a; [da M. F shei Junior
1. and is a nember of ...
. Sc< '- : Vi erica
A rec ption in r w ill be
at bis home Sunday.

Michael Stein
Temple Jtidea will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Micha ;
Mr. and Mrs. David St< ,1
grandson of Jacob Gottln
day morning. June 10. with Rabbi
Morris skop officiating
Michael is a seventh : j |
at Ponce de Leon .1
and has attended the T
brew and Sunday scl
: S.
Mr and Mrs Stein w
Kiddush following servic<
or ot their son and the
..; niversarj
t
Mark Schweitzer
itzvah of Mark
Mrs. Robert Sen
>'A I9th St will be ol
.:.. si rvices Saturdaj
10 at Beth Da\; I
Norniun Shapiro offieiati ;>
Mark is a seventh gra
v ,.; ., ,i,(ah Junior li
he pi iys clarinet in |
member of the dra-
also attends Beth David ,
>ch.

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Friday. June 9, 1961
*Jmisii fhr/Maun
500 Delegates See Friedman Installed;
Katz Airs Jews in International Affairs
Paqe 11-B
At a banquet Wednesday culmi-
nant?* the four-day 8oth annuaT'
convention of District Grand Lodge'
5. B'nai B'rith. Judge Milton A.
Friedman, of Miami, was installed
district president for the year 1961-
82 at the Americana hotel.
Some 500 delegate> gathered from
the 101 B'nai B'rith lodges in 86
cities throughout Florida. Georgia.
North and South Carolina. Virginia.
Maryland and the District of Co-
lumbia to attend the event.
Judge Friedman has held th'
oflice of president of Sholem
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. was president
of the Florida -State Assn. of B'nai
B'rith Lodges,-has been awarded
the Medal of Honor by B'nai B'rith
District 5 for "outstanding work In
behalf of the Junior Order of B'nai
B'rith.'' and was named "Man of
Achievement in the field of Com-
munity Service" by Sholem Lodge.
Earlier in the day. at a women's
luncheon, Mrs. Alfred Reich, of
Miami, was Installed president ol
District 5 B'nai B'rith Women, suc-
ceeding Mrs. Gerald Soltz, also a
Miamian. who held the office for
two terms.
On Tuesday, Sidney C. Kus-
werm addressed dlegate, at a
luncheon at the Americana. The
distinguished lawyer and native
of Dayton, O., is tho national
treasurer of B'nai B'rith and dean
of the Executive body of the Or-
der, having served as a member
of the body continuously since
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICe UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the undersign* I. de- ri is to -n-ia
tllal
: in
serves as
B'rith Na-
Currently. Kusworm
chairman of the B'nai
tional Commission on Americanism
and Civic Affairs. He is also chair-
man of the American citizenship
committee of the Ohio State- Bar
Assn., chairman of the Ohio State
Board t o determine minimum
wages for women and minors em-i
ployed in hotels and restaurants
He was appointed to this office by
he Governor of Ohio in 1949.
business under the << itlo name ol
THK EjUENCH lt.\.; KHOP it lll;
Lincoln Road, Miami leai > I loi Ida,
Intend tuTegistef^san n. with th?
i ': rk ol the i 'Irculi i ouri i > ide
1 Vunt). h'torida
LE< NOVICE
875 \\ 16th S
Miami bleach, florid .
MARK s.i.\ KRSTEIN
KttOI n.o \ .li.-.ui:
120 Lincoln Road
Mill no i ...ii ii. i iui Ida
Ot
it it
a r i c s
On Sunday evening. Label Katz., Estate
i4th and youngest president of
B'nai B'rith. keynoted the 85th an-
nual convention.
1 |-23-.1ii
in the county judges court
in and for dade county.
florida. in probate
No. 52963-B
IN RK: Estate i.i
TENA ROSNICK
|lnni".|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors um1 All Persons Hav-
Ins Claim* i.r Demand* Against Said
MRS. CHS'RA LEVI
77. of i74.'i Calais, Miami Reach, died
June ::. She came -'leie SI years aco
ft-inii I'adova. Jtal\ Surviving are a
on, Renato, two grandchildren and
ti. sr-it gran Children. Services
Were June 6 in Gordon Funeral Home.
MRS. HENRIETTA S. FELDSTEIN
6, of 993 Sw io '... died June :. she
came h. re seven yearn ago from New
York and under tin- name of Elinor
Abbey wrote rad.o SHOW* "Aunt Jen-
nie'' and "Little Sh.ver" as well as
productions of "Grand Central Sta-
tion" and television's "Armstrong
Theater." BurvtVing are her husband
Michael: wo sows. Including Michael
Abbey, nnd a grand hlld. Services
were .Line 4 in ILiverside Memorial
Chapel, Douglas rd.
ABE JAFNEL
W, of 4214 Royal Pa ave., Miami
Beach, died June ':. Hi- came here -"
years ago from Liberty, NY, and
a is i retired clers y irvlvlng are
two brothers, Kamuel and David, and
i sister. Servid-s were June .' In
f:l\ersld< Memorial Cnapel, Washing-
'n ive.
ARTHUR M. STONE
ol 1411 sw s, c dl -d June I In
Appointed to Exec Committee
At a meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Pan American Bank
of Miami, T. J. Bntar, chairman
ol the board. G James Hughes,
president, and Wiluam B. Roman,
director and le^a! counsel, were
appointed to thi executive commit-
tee. Bomar served as president
ol the Dade Commonwealth Title
Insurance Co. until becoming
chairman of the board recently.
Hughes is currently president of
the Chamber of Commerce of the
Americas, and Roman has been le-
gal counsel to the Pan American
Bank since 1959.
hlcaijo. He came here 20 years ago
.rom New York and Wus vales man
iger for M.i\ Factor Product*. Sur-
viving are hi*, wife, Shi-ley; tw..
laughters, Mrs. ,r>i Myers and
'i--it\ Stone, his parent^, Mr. an<"
Mrs Theodore Gold* tone I and i,
grandchild Services we .1 ne ii
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Nor-
n;nd> Isle,
HERMAN L. ALWEISS
72. of 160 i; t.. Miami Beach, died
lune i He came h.-r*- !.' years ant.
in.in Brooklyn, Surviving are two
son*, Jack and Edward; a daughter,
Mrs. Peggj Fields, i brother and two
dster*. Services were i. i In Riv-
>rside Memorial 'h ipel, Washington
i\ e.
Katz. fresh from meetings last
veek with Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, of Israel, both in his
capacity as B'nai B'rith president
ind president of the Presidents'
.'onference of Major American
lewish Organizations, addressed
the delegates on "The Jewish Role
in International Aftairs."
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any olaima and demand*
which you ma} have against the es-
tate of TKXA ROS.VICK de eased lati
.if Dade County, Plrrlda, to the County
Judges <>f Dade County, nnd fi'e the
-ame in their offices In the Count.-
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar month* from the
date of the first publication h-reo 01
the same will be barred
DAVID I-:. AKRAMS
Administrator
MYERS, IICIMAN & KAPLAN
Bj I.e..n Kaplan
Attorneys
1150 Southwest First Street
Miami, Fla.
LEGAL NOTICE
MORRiS J. GOLDIN
>9. of 1110 Alton -i.. Mi iml Beach
lied June I. Hi- cafe here ifi years
igo from Boston an I was i retired
real estate broker S rviving are hi*
*-|fe, Annette; son, David; and
three -',-r- Sec) ces were June In
iordon 1 ..ri.--.-ii II m .-.
IRIS KfllUITZ'N
18, ,,' ii!.-, Daytoi i. rd M iml Reai h
lied .vi i 10 He came he 11 years
tgo from Mew Rochelle, N v.. and
was retir I Jews He was ,i .....m-
i.i- of the Masonic Lodge. Surviving
ire his wife Kl Ma >'- Ices w June I In
:n .. 'hapel, Noi
maud) is *.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
h- undersigned, desiring ti> engage in
business under the fictitious name "i
KK\ RENDEZVOUS at B84 Crandon
Boulevard. Ke> r.i.-ca>ne. Dadt- ('niin-
ty, Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
'i.irt ol Dade County, Florida.
RUSTAV OSCHREY
iEOROE, AMES A KlI'Tl.U
attorneys for Ciuntav Oschrev
11 r. i s.w First Street
Miami 36, I loi Ida
8 >-lB-23-xn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKRKBY GIVEN thai
the undersianed. desiring to ennatte in
business under the fictitious name of
>-l MEDICAL SUPPLY at ~l>l S'.W
:;7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intendi
to resist-- s.ii.l name with th- Clerk
f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JERRY LEWITT
Attorney fur Applicant
P.O. Box 34-36.7
c.,rai Cables, Florida.
; 9-16-2.M.-3(i
JOSEPH M BASS
;-.. of NK 18" it., No Ml iml
Beach, dii Ma 10 He can e here
j". %.-.ir^ n f-i--i N'ew York and Mas
-:-,:. ii a i ., member of
K nights ol '.' S i\ ii-- are
bis wife, Tiltie; tw.. brothers, includ-
in^ liei Jamln ind < ster* Sei -
v i, e* -- me II ide Me-
morl ii Chapl, N, irn a i : Isle.
MRS MILDRED ROTHSTEIN
ii of 190 NE t'7 ter.. dt-l Ma} in
St. Louis. She came here Io years
ago from St. Lout* ind was > hotel
desk clerk Surviving are two sons,
Roger and Jerr I er n i her a sis-
ter .hi i gran Ichiid Ber i were
Ma) :. i il Mt Nebo Cemi terj w Itli
Itiv'erslde Memorial Chapel in charge
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52661-B
IN RE: Estate o(
IDA MOSKl WITZ
I........--i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ind All Per*ons Hav- |
ing Claim* ..r t>emands Against Said
.- ite
v ire herebj not fled and requir-
ed to prevent any cla n and demand*
which you mas have against the es-
tate "i IDA MOSKowITS! deci ised
'ate of Dade (' luntj Florida, to the
ludges if I lade 'ount> and
lie the same in their of(icc* In the
'ounty 'ourthouse in I' ide I I'liit..
Florida, within eight calendar month*
the date ol the I r*t puhll
hereof, or the same II be barred.
GERTRl'DK C.REENIS
PACI. KWITNEY
Attornc)
12 Lincoln Road
Miami Keuch 3'. Florida
8 i-16-2 1-3(1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICB is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
luslne** und-r the ficiii.i- nami ol
MODERN FRUIT SHIPPERS No :
i- 1521 WASh --i t -11 Aven -. Miami
. i. ii. Irrben-I to register -a d name
with tiie Olerk of the Clrc lit
>ade 'ounts h'lorida,
GEOR'JE ZIMMERMAN
I.ecu.ii: ZlMMl \ S
VON ZAMPT & KRAVITZ
\ttoi nej > for Vpplii u
|n" Lincoln K id
Minn Beach, Florida
8/9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 61C 5924
\ i:i:N' >.\ ARLEN McCALL,
Plali
VlARJi >RIE Mi ALL,
Defend ml
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, MAR.K >Kli: McCALL. 12X1 Mc-
Neill; Aveni Pittsb irgl ;'.nn-> I-
inl i. are notifie I to serve copj of
v..in answer to Divorce Complaint
llied against
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5594
IN RE; PETITION OH
RICHARD WINTitN GASTMAWN
Tor lh.-,rdo"|,W,,ii of*
ULIZABRTH ANNA ANDERSON,
i minor.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
PROCEEDINGS
r< i JOHN I AVID ANi>i-:itsoN
i o I ;.-t hlehoui Star! Con tany
Snai row point i >i\ Islon
Baltimore, Mnr> land
You are hereby notified thai "io
ibove-named Petitioner, RICHARD
VVINTON CASTMANN, has filed a
letitlon In the aliove-styled court f-ir
he adoption of the min r child named
'.herein and you are squired to show
in-.- why the .-am- phntild not io
r i in...I h.\ nervliiB ....... mr
written defenses, i- an> ipon SHEV-
IN ......I'.M.W ,v II'-1.'/..MAN. Al-
ornej for Petitioner RIi "H v i:u
WIN"Kp\ CASTMANN. SW Seybold
Rulldlna, Miami ;.' Horidn, and ny
filing the original thereof with the
'lerk oi .-aid Court; on or before June
;0. 1M1, otherwise a decree ma} be
ntered against you grai I : taid
idoptlon,
WITNESS m.\ hand and the seal of
-aid court at Miami. Florida, thia
26th day of May, 1961.
E. U. LEATHKRMAN, Clerk,
Clreuit Court, Dade County, Florida
se.ii By: HELEN KHSSUCR
1 leputy Clerk
G."i-S-I6-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5544
fAMKS DISTEr'ANO,
Plaintiff.
VS.
PHYL18S ANN DISTKFANO,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PHYl.IS'S ANN DiSI'KFANC
12". Mapiewoini Avenue
Gloucester, Massachusetts
You PHYLISS \NN DISTEFANO
ire hereby notified that a BUI of
complaint for Divorce has been Lied
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy -i your Answer or Plead*
ng to the Bill of Complaint on the
.laintifr.- Attorney*. ST01 MUCHNICK 220 ti -' Stn i Miami
' ;, nil. Fla i nd file the >riglnal
Vnswer or Pleading In the office of
he Clerk of the 'i CU I I '...... on or
lefoie the 30th da> of June, 1961 If
on fail t" do ludament default
i ill he taken againsl i or the re-
'ief demanded In the B I il i !om-
>l i i"t
Thl* ii i. i i'ih i '"'
>acl w ek I >r ( m cu l\ w eeks
In THE JEWISH I- L< IRIDI VN
DnNK AND > IRI 'F.RK i i M ami,
Florida, th:.- J.;t i Maj x i>.
I96|
LBATHERMAN,
n'rt. I 'a.Ie ',.i.ir i Florida
Hj HELEN Kl SSLER
I lepul
1/2-9 l-M
i: r
i 'ircuit i'
i neal
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 52527-A
IN RE Est ite of
JOSEPH RANDAZZO
D.-i .,-, .1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
.'I'V-i.u I rVs i: THE STATE OF FLORIDA
For Your Convenience...
Once-A- Week Evening Hours
MAIN OFFICE open MONDAYS
and BRANCH OFFICES
on FRIDAYS
9 am to 8 pm
We're open all other weekdays
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: :: :
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JaVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI
JOSEPH M UPTON, President
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52972-8
IN RE; Estate of
ESTHER WEINER SCHNEIDER
I Li-- 1 -e-i.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Ha\ -
Ing clam..- or Demands Againsl Said
I ttatnte:
You are herebj not fled and n q
ed to present an) claln and den an I*
Which i.ni may have against the es-
tate of ESTHER WEINER SCHNEI-
DER deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the C >i nty J udges ol Datle
('ounty, and rile the aame In their of-
rices In the Count) Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight cilendar
month's from the date Of the firs: pub-
lication hereof, or the same win be
i ..: red
MAURY .1 SNYDER
Exec II
RICHARD A I-
I Attorney
' :,ni Sej hold B Id
' .Miami S2, Floi I
1/9-16
ney, ci- < ;:i-: Nicholas. 1218 n v\
7th Street, Mlumi, Florida, and fill
original Cler ol thl* i 'ourt on or
before in i 17, 1961, otherwis* com-
plaint 111 be c mfessi >1 b.....
DATED June 6, 1861
K i; i.i: ITHERMAN. rier ..
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. -CC 5'96
THERESA 1. B 1NES
"
M.BERT E. BARNES
IVfend in
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti VLBERT E Rfi RNES
to Caldwell >" et
Lake I leorge, New ^orh
You ALBERT E BARNES are here-
by notified that a K 'I of Complain!
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Friday, June 9, 1961 fJewist fhrkttar) Page 13-A TALES OF MORALS One day. as a farmer was out plowing his field, lie came across § a pleCT of 'broken mirror. He picked it up. and never having seen a | mirror before, looked at the re' flection and saw to his amazement *dW etcact replica of his deceased h father. He lovingly cradled (he mirI p rot and placed it in the bosom of j Pl thi uomjn tliut n v husband ... been spending his evenings %  : in the attic." The judge lool^ ; ,i in the mirror and said, ''Why I sec ui) ivoman I see onl\ mvself.' MORAL: At all limes man nly able to sec what he wants to c t I 3n <7L IQeJm Of JHi tavni s 9SUgioits JZife Family and Home Central Source of Jewish Survival 5 c r v c e s JIt i 9 \AJ e c h e n J RAHBl LOWS CASSEL studying Torah :' Mr. and Mm. R"bi rt Kchweitaer; Howard, win .; Mr, and Mrn Irving hrledman. 3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcr Sch.ff 7 i % %  Sal urda> : M a.m Si ii-. n : "iv.ni i. • mi i.i "i llesixHint lillli %  I in Sidney A if ii r. a tut VIi %  • %  %  %  • • 3ETH EUETH. -22f>0 Conservative Cantor t GEMS OF WISDOM justice unlei 4:l4r,r There is no true m< 'y IN pri of It. \w 2nd ave. Hyman Fein. SETH ISRAEL. thodox. Rabbi • 4000 Prairie ave. Ornila Rottrr.an BETH JACOB. 301-311 Wasliroton dve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Sttrn. Cantor Maurice Mamches. ; %  ... ..I.I'. %  II a I. S 1 'The Kyi .nl th H' BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. KYIda; %  'h.iW1 mun: 1 i' S.-nnon: Th< N< Saturday 7 a m. S i ortIon u( tin Wi • k. -iatf n*K ^Nn&r m frz m T T T ••:•: V n ,l ?ia; trrt$v t oaf r^nnn T : I nrrn n^nnnnT : T T T : ^ainrrrn isoa -nn in*2K *?s nxana D-ao -: y T: T T-: /D"r nnan ,ijmx w ,r\yi .artan nX I^DX WnW\ back to The process v • i •• '•'' %  \ nassed on his autl xin^a What is the origin of the practice of ordaining Rabbis? This practice has been traced JiTlD*? • T j passed on his authority and leadtfV?Br MVP ; ership to his disciple. Joshua. T Other claim that the origin stems 7W3T nnX IT'JX OS? 127nnn \ from the occasion when Moses orKv.^w.^p&r > seven,y c,ders luuiiiuiimiiuuiUi uuiiiu: UUIIIIL IIIUIUIUUDII him or. better said, depending" on him to carry on the tradition (rpp^j nn^r rn? !" ? 1n ?) TRANSLATION %  "Jerusalem," Theodor Herd." SZion," "Israel"—these are the rTamcs of the ships of Shoham, lor a number of years already familiar te the greatest harbors of the \wirld. An Israeli sailor in Naples or New York no longer seems an attraction. People have got used to the idea that Jews can also be seamen. •It was hard at the beginning. th'e captain related, as he surveys his new ship with pleasure. "We. the Zim company, even preceded the State. We arose three years before it; we began with one ship Actually it was Hazaken in the First Century who was the first after the clays of Moses to have been referred to with the title of rabbi. Whether •iis ordination is a continuation of >he original ordination, or whether that had been given him and that ,here was a period of no ordination was passed on through the ages Qrthc •ind his was a resumption of ordinfrom teacher to disciple. ation, is difficult to determine Evcn though later practice evifrom purelyscientific data avail-. t U-ntly did away with the physical Traditional thinking assumes HCl of "leaning" or "placing the hat the chain of authority, in one hands" upon the disciple who was form or another, is an unbroken fo be or( | a j n ed. the original expresone from the days of Moses unto j jon was st jn retained, either to the present day. show the continuous chain of authority or to make the disciple realize that the predecessors were •depending" upon him. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave | Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president, i 3ETH TPILAH. 935 Euclid ave. OrthOdOK. Rabbi Joseph £ Rackovsky BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. i-'iiiiiiv 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:43 .> m Bar Miizvah: Mark, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Irving Sokol: Marc, son •!' Mrs ivy H.iiz.l. Mtncha Bar Mltsvah Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pox. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER 8755 SW 16th at., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. BADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 10 a.in. .s.iinoii; "Mas We Detach Ourselves?" Nursery school comma m. nt Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "I Send You Forth." Bar Mitt van ilary, son of .\ir and Mrs. Norman Bastoky. FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein. : rMaj 6:80 p.m. Saturday '-' %  '•" l •""'•'" mon: "Ethics of thsk> • • He ii'ho studies and does not r, leui his lessons is as ne who plants and does noi enjoy ilir fruit. • \MI1 I1KIS 9*' • • .'! ii.. < • impetenl hi '" .< c >•! [O I'.c plipils il I I Bui ij he is compi :' gentl %  Ii 1 \ WI! b< ii Ilai said: /\ d i i • noi teach his son u leachei hin ; b rosi i I \ KIDDUSHIN 1:11 • • Hungi :.'\ti the world when n', .noi iound in (ustice. 1:81b i ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. • TEMPLE lSRt. '37 WE 19th st. Reform. RabbJoseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. irldu) vi". p.m. Palermo ave. Skop. Cantor TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Liberal. Rabbi Morna Herman Gottlieb Pi'lda> 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Beckoninc tlorlsons." Baccalaureate service honorlng lntii sci l and college sradu at.-s of iiie congregation. Baturda> 10:30 a.m. Bar Miizvah Michael, son .f Mr. and Mrs David Stein; Ronnie, -i.n of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berman. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayar Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Hiioav 6:15 p.m. Saturday v a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Law." Bar Mitsvah: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs, Sol Frankel. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th t. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Oombera. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Spying for Peace." TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Frldaj s.ir. p.m. Sermon: "Who IN Rich?" Bar Mitsvah: Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Soil. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. Ml Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Frlda> 8:15 p.m. Sermon: SearcnIng for Values in ihn such authorma-., ty to his disciple was "leaning on arch). Sometimes it was the body %  of the Sanhedrin In current times visited 160 harbors in the won.:. r; 1(tmm a| gcnoo i a usually follow arid 150 *eamen. and today we have lne captain proudly added. ^ proce( j ure 0 t having three or305 ships and 2.ooo seamen, most; nHj urit olamin rabbis TEMPLE ZAMORM. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Kriday p.m. Saturday 8:46 a.m. bermon: "Entei lm the N< w World B lureati Sabbath Service anft rrllitlouF school closing exercise, Mln i... : p m \\;>r Mitsvah: Bruce, sou ,.i Mr and Mrs. Ji rome Bell TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxr. k man. Canter Jtcob Goldfarb. rman pPridaj ''• mtj -wide Bacca, .,.,. s... i tiir-i ted by Louis r i 0 f :,., Bun au o< •!• wi-atl %  TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami •ve. Rsbti \athan Zwitman. Canter Albeit Giants. Si I in..n. When .-. ..!.-. pli Oneg ShabI ,n honor >.i all ;,. Satu>da> '• a.m. Sermon: Bl r>as.j TEMPLE ADATH YESHURL'N'J32C NE 171 at St. Rabbi Jonari Ciplan. Prldfcj %  r %  •' -rsrvPF IITITAV MM N. Kendall ;YEHLDAH MOSHY 13630 W. ^Dixie. Haturdaj •• '" Bar Mltsili Who is the ordaining authority in Jewish life? Apparently there were a number of changes throughout Jewish history. Originally, it was the teacher himself who had himself been previously ordained. At times this authority was relegated entirely to the hands of the Nasi (the oi them Israelis. 1 myself (Brit Ivnt Olamit) ..; Hriik.. 1:15 • Ch and • • Seven loldi I Uon* rlaj 0 a.i I Mltsvi i lames, t ..ir and Mrs. Morton Ha I TEMPLE EETH EL OF HOLLY• WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform j Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — • %  TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Mcnrce ft. Conservative | ...... ; adu• BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasr Rabbi Lt Cantor Da via Cmviser. • — TEVPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16TO0 NW 22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Harr> L Lawrence. TEMPLE EVANb-EL. 1701 Wasbmo vah: Ross, Milk. Mr. and Mrs. Moo YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE Orthofix. Racbi 8nei-win 171st at Stauber. : .illilllllllllll head of the community—the exilT ^ v e PL ,5,." al i j CANDUUGHTING TIME 25 Sivan — 6:57 p.m. %  PFI' !" ""— '' % % % % %  m



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lay, June 9, 1961 +Jewist> fhricUann Page 5-A wsrael Chief Cites large Measure of Agreement' Zionist daism. American Council for JuNEW YORK—(JTAi—Prime Miner David Ben-Gurion left for Lonjwth.. a,, farewell..statenjyenj aj. New York airport that Presilt Kennedy had a plan for the luti-.n l the Arab refugee probi i ferring to that problem, |n (iur.cn told reporters that he "a very large measure of peement" with President Ken[ly. thai the Pc .1 '.'lit had a in, and that if I %  • Vrabs would I it, "ther I be a solubr '•; exchl n with renortthi Prime Minister said he ne • er ol >ovu i i ol an the Arab I i in hih Pr iidenl hal '• %  Zionists i, i nted • holly-disputoh Zioi and that he • know %  his brief ,vould sti American %  ttle in • %  fTh? PTie Minister's busy week New York included a peacelaking meeting with heads of >cst major Jewish organizations. ie saic he and President Ken*dy e viewed a number of ior\6 p'oblems." Pierre Salinjer, the Presidan' s press serrefary, sa : d Ibe tw/o leaders had a rfrc'tful discussion'' in their 93linute meeting, and that the 'resident "was Happy to have this opportunity to get the views" >f the Prime Minister. Ben-Gurion was understood to ive discussed the Middle East Ituation with various leaders durIK his New York stay, but the tatemenls issued at the close of bach such meeting were largely generalities. Ben-Gurion addressed 45tr nanal Jewish leaders at a meeting Philadelphia to celebrate the knth anniversary of the Israel loud Organisation. While expresing continued hope that the future (irould br -.g peace and cooperation gtweei Israel and the Arab counties, hi -:id for the present Israel nisi inciease vigilance since noth14 had icurred recently "to make i %  to relax our vigilance t said that the need tor alertness i..greater than ever before. He said also that weakness on : Israel could tempt the -Hike and that Israel's Hrength was not "a threat to any>ne but assurance that no one will rver make the* miscalculation of Uacking us." The Pi me Minister was honored |\M!h a diplomatic luncheon at the nited Nations, where he emphasised tht essential role of the UN that • : being '"a great moral to.ee. focusing collective desire for' peace and reducing the tensions mlch Undermine peace." ..... At a meeting of 300 leaders of the United Jewish Appeal of NewYork, the Prime Minister asked American Jews to form a "constructive peace corps to help our old great nation." He was given a tremenc'ous ovation by ihe UJA leaders. He had brief meetings wi!h Mrs. Roosevelt, New York, Cov. Nelson Rockefeller, a Hi cassah delegation, UN Ambassa dor Adiai Stevenson, and others Hi sp i e!i lo the UJA lead r i i i i ; ; was a rep lition ol i lements ol | t r the i %  • d lor vi il nee, .1 continued aid fi i lews to helj nl potential. He ilsi had a hreaki i \ nth Amei eaded IJ Presi : ie AFL-CIO. v. >nts with Dr. Nahum Gold _, ,..,.. scnbi Ihe in eting %  Ie : "we talked about • i met with former Pt Harr; rruman and a.1 go down in hist h > Isca< I's i i •;' .rein the former Pr said he hoped to n the e. Bulgaria, Bylorussia and the Ukraine, representatives of the United States. Britain, France, many of the new African countries. The Soviet Union joined with the Arabs in staying away. Mr. Ben-Gurion said he was saddened by the absence of the Arab delegates, but that he still retained Ihe hope that eventually there would be peace and regional cooperation "against Ire real enemies of our region," such as sterile deserts ard wasteful use of precicus waters. The Prime Minister addressed a joint meeting of the Jewish A and the American Zionist Council, and warned that the current : national situation mean', difficu for Israel. He also exch i commi mann about ihe long-running [< i between the two, particular!} over thi Prime Ministi meal on the Zionist movement and his wid ly-publicized commi nt %  A rican Jev s a id his di Eii ol a Zi mist Israel's Prime Minister Ben-Gurion (right) and Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the World Zionist Organization, principals in the controversy over objectives of American Zionism, chat amiably during Benj Gurion's appearance before the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, a consultative assembly of 18 national organizations. Standing is Label A. Katz, president of B'nai B'rith and chairman of the Presidents' Conference. While the exchangi s were goo i natured, ti;1 Prin e Minister did not retract, saying thai he lived in a free country, as did the Amen leaders, "and both have the right ol free speech." With Label K tz B'nai B'rith president as the host he met with presidents of the 18 major national Jewish groups in the Presidents' Conference He later received a delegation of American Jewish Committee leaders, visited the Histadrut House, and talked to Lessing Rosenwald, founder and key figure in the antiSeccii Youth in Tourney Jui e 13 Kill be the day of reel iing foi fi aii-is in the Miami B< i Golf Tournament, in whi i a group of young Miami h i High School linksmen are compeiing. In addition to the glory ol winning, the top golfer will receive aa prize a week's all-expense vacation at the Lake Tarleton Club in P.k.\ N. II courtesy of Walter and Al Jacobs, of Miami Beach. Yafl's to Hear Harry Simonhoff Yafl's, the Young A.'ult Friends oi Israel, newly-organized young adult group for men and women 21 to 35. was to meet Thursday evening at the Surfslde Town Hall. Guest speaker was to be Harry Simonhoff. author, lecturer, newspaper correspondent, and world traveler, in a discussion of •Famous Jews ot the Confederacy." His UN audience included the permanent representatives o f SAM LEVITEN, Agent Bekins Van Lines to West Coast Local a Long Dlilinc* Moving ft Steraf • Full or Part load Fr Estimates FR 9-7654 ATLAS MOVING STORAGE WAREHOUSE DAY A NIGHT PHONE SERVICE Ann Sperling and Joseph Meyers are program chairmen. The pro; gram will also consist of a current events report and community singing. Social chairmen are Elaine Margolis. Marilyn Schwimmer. Vivian Himes, and Stanley Karp. Don Kaplan is president of the Yafi s. Paul Raymond, treasurer, and Rochelle Schrold. corresponding secretary. FIRST JOB? We can h< lp you o> make jroureell in'1.1.. ii i. nt Ask about our l-if Insurance plan for young men. 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+JeistnrMiri n Picre 9-B mcwfit "Once Upon a Time" was the theme of the closing program of the' Flagler-Granada Jewish Center preschool on Sunday. Tots included Michael Goldmark, Sanford Schecter, Barry Seidner, Joel Rosenfield, Barry Kaye, Lari Cchen, Deborah Kurman, Barbara Krapto, Paul Le Vine. Arthur Landers, Daniel Matza, Keith Rosen, William Mair and Mrs. Ira Segal, teacher. Under the direction of Mrs. Max Rodman, ihey produced the story of "Little Red Hen." Junior kindergarten, under the direction of Mrs. Arthur Golden, played "Cinderella." Mrs. Segal produced "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." Rabbi Gerald Lerer presented kindergarten diplomas. Mrs. Louis Bush, school chairman, presented junior kindergarten certificates. Sam Goldstein made the presentation for the nursery class. Robert Brown was introduced as new school chairman, with Sam Hollander presented as new FlaglerGranada president. Complete Catering Facilities for tht Special Party served in superb fashion within a luxurious setting that will reflect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.500 guests. EAUVILLE Supervised Kosher Catering Available BILL GOLDRING. Catering Oirector PHONE: UN 5-85U sC\ ON THK OCEAN AT 7lh STREET, MIAMI BEACH A Fine to Address Senior Citizens Mart!fin?, chairman of the Miami Housing Authority, will be the guest sptaker at the second annual senior citizens conference sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by .A. Budd Cutler, president. With its theme '"Senior Citizens Band Together fjr an Active Life," the conference starts Sunday. 12:30 p m at 'he Miami YMHA Branch. 130 SW :6th ave., when over 300 senior citizens from the Center's four branches will meet in a series i seven workshops to discuss their club programs. Subjects will be '"Responsibilities .if Officers and Committee Chairmen." "Fund Raising." "Building an Active Membership."' "Understanding Your Center and Your Community," "Cultural and Educational Program?." ""Social Activities and Community Service." Pro[essionaj -taff of the Center will act .iworkshop discussion leaders. Highlight will be the issuing of charters by the Center to each of clubs recognizing their contributions to senior citizens in tne folio,.ing area>ocial. cultural, health, educational, community service, and leadership development. F.lraim H. Gale, executive direc DR. SHE10M0 SHUNAMI tor of the Center, will present the charters to the president of each Friendship Club. Invocation will be given by Rabbi Solomon Schiff of Congregation Beth El. Following the conference, there will he dancing, refreshments and entertainment Charles PlOtkin, director of the Center's Depart ment of service t-> senior citizens. I is in charge of arrangements. Hebrew Librarian To Tell Story The story of how nearly 500.0(10 books looted by the Nazis were saved after World War I! was to be told Thursday night by Dr. Shelo mo Shunami. librarian of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Also to speak ai the reception at the Miami Beach home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin was Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah and Hebrew University representative to the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abramowitz was Jewish chapla-n for the American and other Allied forces in Berlin immediately after World War II, and cooperated with Dr. Sbunami's successful efforts to regain some ef the treasured Jewish books of Europe. Dr. Shunami, director of the Otzroth Hagolah (Treasures of the Diaspora) Department of the new Jewish National and Universit) Library, is in the United States at the invitation of Harvard University. He i> reorganizing the Hebrew section of the Harvard library, one of the world's largest. 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Friday. June 9. 1961 Jew's/? fkradifori Pace 7-A Temple Menorah confirmed 18 children al ceremonies on the iirst day of Shavuolh. The clan presented a dramatic reading, "The Seven Golden Branches," written by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Participating were Car.lcr Edward Klein and the Temple choir. Confixmands received special confirmat'on certificates and gifts from Herzl Honor, education director, and Mrs. Rcy Morse, Sisterhood presWhite House Asks Congress For Policy Against Blockades %  WSSmNGTON-(JTA)-The White House has called on~cSSJreM i declare it the policy oi the United states to support "freedom of navigation in international waterways, and recognition of the right of in private persons to travel and pursue their lawful activities without discrimination as to race or religion.'' This was made known this week \: ,l 1 ul,lK M u Con support the principles ol increased Jfess ..>i .i new foreign aid pro gram. In Section 102 of the implement ns legislation, drafted by the White House, the an'.i-Discrimin ident. Seated (left to right) are Elaine Gesundheit. Flora Green, Susan Blank. Susan Brody, Suscn Snyderman, Lynn Newman, Ellen Rosenfeid. Standing (ieft to right) are Robert Ett, Charles Lindenbaum, Kenneth Sussmcn. Baration phrasing is contained Al hough no specific mention was made oi the Arab blockade and .oyco'.t. Administration sources aid the wording was added in consonance With President Ken nedy's opposition to such tactics. bora I.ynne Segal, Gail Greenhouse, Rabbi Mc yer Abrcmcwnz, Candy Morse, Susan Stamler, Bruce Kashick, Richard E. Friedman. Ted Cooper and Robert Lipson. Pretest Visa Abuse by Adolf's Son Continued from Page 1-A en. and obviously canr.ot be, acBised ol the war crimes committed his father and ether Nazis when Nicolas Eichmann. was but a fluid. However, this fact does not j\r him the right to abuse the pnv point that N colas Eichmann was ieoparc'-iing American relations with many friend y foreign nations, including NATO members whose citizens suffered under Nazism, and Israel." of any group ol American citizens or to inject the poison of Nazi antiJewisbness, thus taking advantage *f his ho ts." a visitor to impugn the loyalty abroad?" Hibiscus Lodge Makes Awards The JWY commander added: "Our nation is currently beset with It was alsc termed an apparent native racist agitators. Why should tuiof a visitor's visa, issued by "breach cl American hospitality for we import more agitators from lh( U. S. Consular authorities in •_( niina." Nicolas Eichmann, :n a Washing Ion press interview, claimed that lather, now on trial in Israel. >ac "saved the Jews who are now Bving very healthy, very rich mayWill they testify? No. no, you :r:"t get this out of a Jew It v don't behave like citizens in tmerica .*' Feuer said: "It is not the view l our organization that the sins of be lather should be placed upon he .-on. We do. however, feel that Hibiscus Masonic Lodge 273 held its traditional annual awards night last week lor outstanding contributions to Freemasonry.' Members who received engraved placques were past master Nathaniel G. Kir sen; pf.: master Norton tation ceremonies, assisted by past master Norton S. Pallot, who announced that on Tuesday, June 20, additional presentations will be made. Edward A. Platkin. chairman, blood bank committee, announced The clauses were added after a recent State Department expression sought to minimize discriminatory Arab practices. The expression, a letter from Brooks Hays, Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, to a member of Congress, caused a number of protests to the Administration. An executive department source said that stronger phrasing, specifically mentioning Arab abuses, was desired by some, but the State Department insisted on less specific wording. economic cooperation and trade among nations, freedom of navigation in international waterways, and recognition of the right t<> all private persons lo travel and firsue their lawful activities without discrimination as to race or relig ion. "Accordingly, the Congress here* by allirms it to be the policj oi the United States to make assistance available under this part in scope and on a basis ol long-range continuity essential to the creation Of an environment in which the \ energies of the peoples of the I world can be devoted to construelive purposes, free of pressure and i erosion by the adversaries of freedom." Rabbi Hurwitz on Radio Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Temple Zamora, Coral Gables, will dej liver two morning addresses over radio station WCKR on June 13 and June 21 at 5:55 a.m., as part of the The part of Section 102 contain-' morni "S chapel hours sponsored by in^ the anti-discrimination clause reads: the Rabbinical i Miami. Assn. of Greater S. Pallot. Maurice de H. Collegec Pureau of Immigration should ma n. Morns Grumer, and Harris I that on the same night a special mrr.ediately investigate the matter | Waterman. 'award will be given to past master i Kichmann's abuse ol the visa." Samuel W. Shapiro, the first Five Jerome S. Merlin, worshipful Ga]lon chlb me mber. master, presided over the presenThe veterans' leader made a UchayimU. To the American Quality of Greatnesst American ingenuity created the largest suspension bridge in the world! MAGIC NUMBER FOR JUJNJE AVERS There's a time-honored cujfom among savings institutions of allowing a full month's dividend framings on savings received by the 10th of the month. 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lay. June 9. 1961 ^Jewist fhrkH&n Page 5-F Pops' Concert Series Opens Sunday; Raymond Paige, Guest Singers Featured r.e Eved Jacks," romantic adventure drama, directed by irlon Brando, who also stars as a rugged individualist, upon lease from a Mexican jrison seeks revenge on his former r, Karl Maiden. Katy Juardo is c'so featured in the in color and Vista Vision, now at the Carib, Miami, Mule, Ec-sex, 163rd Sheet, and Gateway Theatres. ti Sigs Flan jshion Event : I.I Alumnae chapel Greater Miami aas to hold ontl Ij meeting Thursat the home oi Mrs. rams, 19491 NE 19th pi. r the annual fashion show iscussed. Kulick, M< Idman : i Franzman. %  aduating i re to be install* d i %  mbers. %  ected •:• • rs i re Mes•• ,i Ros n. president; ask, Donald Frank, Theo!es. ^ ice presidents; Mel%  n. recording secretarj; • Kaplan, treasurer; Miss ow, corresponding secreMrs Myles Eaton, alumnae -. i. -.1 Mr-. Bert Saul, MIsch< larship chairman. Raymond Paige, conductor "i %  Jew York's famous Radio City dusic Hall Symphony, will lead the arade ol gecst -tars for the set on's opening "Pop" conceit bj the Jniversity of Miami Summer Symhony Orchestra on Sunday evein.u at the air-conditioned Miami leach Auditorium Growing in popularity each year, he nth annual series ol Miami teach "pop' concerts will feature ight top conductors and 12 solo : sts in a ten-week summertime ienu of popular music through ,ug, 13. Getting the season off to a rousng start is Paige, who last year e his local 'Top*" debut with i fast-paced program of "Musical Imhli'-h'.s Irom Radio City Music tall." Paige, the man who guides the destinies of the famed Music Hall Glee Club and Choral Ensemble, and a myriad of musical activities at the world's largest thsatre, has selected two young soloists for the 1961 summer series opener. They are Louise Rabcin, soprano, and Val Valenti, ttnor. Artists scholarship and the coveted "Jennie Award %  iS Miss Raboin h a] p ^ar< i at Ra; io City Music "Hall and in musical presentationfrom Miami to.Alaska Valenti has entertained before he royal families of England, Greece and Belgium. He also has sung extensively on radio and lei\ ision, PAIGE VALENTI Woman Will Address Meeting Douglas Gillett, of the Chamber ol Commerce ol the Americas, has announced that Mrs. Alberta M. Doherty, of the World Committee on Employment of the Handicapped has been invited to address delegates al the nth meeting in Aruba in June !! to 22. Mrs. Doherty will he the first woman speaker in the history oi he Chamber <•! Commerce ol the \mericas.. Leo Axlrod is president of the World Committee on Employment i| the Handicapped. fiefs for Youth Center Piper Players will give a •.t performance of "Sleeping •>" for Young Israel of GreatMiami Tuesday. 1:30 p.m., at Senior llij;h School An si attraction will be Skipper I • f I'opeye Playhouse Funds will be used to help build a h center: Chairman of the s Mrs. Rubin VValdman. OPENING Comedy talents of Terry Haven sparkle through the night club revue "Caught in '.he Act," cunently in its sixth month at the Downstairs room oi the Seville hotel. Co-starring Jack E>e Leon, other principals c:e Gene Allen, jerry Newby I M Peal end Betty Darcey, who appecr seven nights in the revue which will hold over through summer. MIAMI BEACH ONCERT! CONCERTS ltd SEASCN Ut4^ RS1^ XHL M oF MIAMI SUfldMER il*** on SUNDAY CONDITION") EVENING, JUNE 11, at 83C 0*v my RAYMOND PAIGE HIGHLIGHTS FROM RADIO CITY WUS C HAU LOUISE RABOIN, SOPRANO VAL VAUNT!, TENOR RESERVED TABLE CHAIRS: $2 75. Si 25; ^Hf. W ^ l fONY. $1-25. UM SYMPHONY OFF, MO 1 4960 MB AUDITOR" 10477, Cordelia'*. FR 3-5123; Amidon s HI *-2'_ Paige's program will take the orm ol a visit to a motion picture he..'.re. The opening selection is "Newsreel — Count-down al Cape Canaveral" and "Wild Blue Yonler." A new arrai I by e and Raymond Wright, i t i rt's "l.> Sj Iphidc." and music 11 the featun film, "Song Without End—the Life and Lovi s oi Fran!/. Liszt," are included in tl e program. Paige's own composition, \ Surprise Symphony," concludes tin evening's festivities -Raboin will sing Delibes' "Lea Filles de Cadiz and Chaminade's 'The Silver Ring." Valenti will b< heard in an ana from Puccini's "Tosca, and in a popu• lar song. Full Moon and Empty Arms." based on a theme from Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 2. Paige, conductor of more than a dozen top nationwide musical radio programs and a music director in motion pictures for both Paramount and Warner Bros, studios, is current!} celebrating his 11th v. ir al Radio City Music Hall He also served as conductor for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Pittsburgh Symphony orchestra. Miss Raboin, a 20-year-old colora soprano., is a native of Montreal. Can., and a graduate ol Miami Edison High School. Winner Ol the Miami Music Club Young 'Torch-Bearers' Opens at Grove •The Torch-Bearers" will open Thursday. June 15, and play five ; fi rn ani i rough Sun lay, it Grov Pla> • in Patsy Jaqueline Jam< s and Boi is Pritcher presented bj the Acorns Civic Theatre, the production ibeing direct* d '• j (wen Phillips, ol the Grove Playhouse Pianist Richard Moser, famed on iour continents, bsge n a special engagement June 7 in the Carriage Club at Miami Spiings Villas. 5 Perl. Only! 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Pcae 8-A %  knitf fhrkHan Fiidcy, jur.e g < ^ BBYO Advisors To be Honored Shown are nine students who were confirmed ct Beth Torah Congregation last Sunday evening. Seated (left to right) are Gilda Abramowitz, Toni Ziffer, Loretta Greenwald, Diane Ealberg, Debra Karg. Standing (left to right) are Steven Frank, Abraham I. Gittelson. education director, Mrs. Irving Seidel, confirmation teacher, Edward Solomon, Mark Feldman, Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, and Bernard Ginsberg. De Gaulle in Lavish Fete for B-G Twenty-five volunteer advisors to r> run B'rith youth groups m Greater Miami will be honora. at: the Dupont Plaza hotel Monday evening, it -A as announced by Eli HurwitZ, president of the BB\0 board of directors, The corps of advisors Includes 30 persons who guide the 30 chapters Vlep Zadik Alep and B'nai B'rith Girls "i'h a membership of l.ooo Jewish high school youth. The program ol club activity is „.,.,„; b) B nai B'rith and fea,.,.,,, ac tivity focusing on social, cultural, religious, community service an : athletic programs in a !,;and recreational setting. The evening at the Dupont Plaia is being planned by Sherri Langer and Deity Kleinman, members of Debs B'nai B'rith Girls. Master of ceremonies will be Martin Sachs, president of B'nai B'rith Youth Council, and guest speakers will include Eli Hurwiti, David Sachs, chairman of the Florida State B'nai B'rith Youth Committee, and Mrs. Jane Robinson, Miami golis, Bobbie Neiberger. \i Kim Kokeash, Phylii Parnes • i.ly Ho kins. Linda Brown ^Ij* Switman. Awarded previously for haviu the greatest length ol iirvie2 the BBYO program. \; n p_ dell will in turn present an awjrt to Mrs. Edward Sabra, u no is s. ond in years of service as an ad". visor. Mrs. Sabra was former!) president of the Holly \ iod B'nai B'rith Women, and both a teen-ager in %  • g,.,^ Girls and as a yi ng i in ^ B'nai B'rith you: g j Continued from Page 1-A Israel France's "friend and ally" and assured Israel of "our solidarity." He made this statement in a toast to Israel at Elysee Palfee, and said also "it is a great pleasure to greet you again, as well as Mrs. Ben-Gurion, Mrs. Meir, and Mr. Peres." Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, and Shimon Peres, Deputy Defense Minister, were among these invited to the event. "In the world in which we live, it is useful that men of good will should meet on common ground." Gen. de Gaulle declared. "This is what has happened to us once again. This is true in all respects and particularly in those matters which concern Israel, whose worth : and grandeur we all know. We also know of Israel's difficulties and preoccupations."' the French leader added. "We want to assure you : of our solidarity and friendship. We greet Israel, our friend and ally." Mr. Ben Gurion. replying in French, expressed Israel's gratitude for everything France has I clone for Israel since the Jewish *tate was created "and throughout the difficult hours which we have since experienced and still experi| ence. I want to express once again j the deep gratitude felt by the peoI pie and the Government of Israel toward your country and our per, sonal admiration for Gen. de Gaulle." The French cabinet postponed its : weekly session Monday to enable I three of its members to attend a dinner tendered .Monday night by Ambassador Eytan in honor of Mr Ben-Gurion. The Israel Embassy had been inI formed that Maurice Couve de Murj ville, the Foreign Minister, Ed| mond Michelet, the Justice Minis* | ter. and Education Minister Paye v,ould be unable to attend. Shortly before Mr. Ben-Gurion's arrival, the embassy was informed of the cabinet meeting postponement so the ministers could attend. Maurice Schumann, chairman of the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee, was another last-minute arrival. He hastened to Paris for the dinner from the provinces, where he is fighting for his government seat in a local election. The four French leaders were joined by three former Prime Ministers, Pierre MendesFrance, Guy Mollet, and Jules Moch, in paying tribute to Israel's Prime Minister. Two of France's top soldiers, Chief of Staff Gen. Martin and Gen. Lavaud. chief of the Supplies Department in the Defense Ministry, also attended the dinner as did Prof. Francois Berin, chief of the j French Atomic Energy Commis| sion. No speeches were made at the dinner but afterwards small groups of French leaders and Israelis formed for both practical and general discussions, Mr. Ben-Gurion was engrossed for nearly an hour with Foreign Minister Murvilleand former Premier Mendes-France. Mr. Peres had a discussion believed Hebrew Free Loan Meeting A special board meeting of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. will be held at Beth El ConI gregation Monday evening. to be ol practical issues with Gen, Lavaud Mr. Bm-Giirion met Tuesday morning with Mrs. Meir at the Irael Embassy for a review of the Prime Minister's talks with President Kennedy. Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, of Canada, and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. 01 Britain. and in preparation for hi> later talks with President de Gaulle, Lear Camp Now Registering Richard E. Lear Lear School summi n nounces that ri gisti.'. for •-; camp's seventh seaSM is under way The camp will have laily MSsions on the school's %  inds at KHO West ave.. birder. in Biscayne Bay Opening da is June 22, and will la-t lor eiga weeks, Children ages 4 to 5 ng accepted. The camp offers a : I water sports program on its oi l ;wunds. Featured will be swimnugA the school's 75-ft. swimming jool, filing, water-skiing lr>m r.;school* ierald < ohen Harold Unas, la,, ", .. •;. iTT • ..-, p,i„, fleet of sail and n-. tor its, and nara TiubeTman. Mvrna Paicy, water safety programs u.-der the supervision ol qui ,fied Red Cross instructors. BBYO director. Advisors who will he recognized include Newton Hofstadter, Ted Fisher. Joseph Sadick, Mary Kay. Milton Kcndell. Sigmund Silber. Bernard weithorn, Alan Rock. ( ni Lenore Sabnp, Ljnda Baskow, Mary Cornblum, Sylvia Shanbrun, Diane Lapin. Carol Abrams, Elaine MarJet to Europe or South America via Nassau! Lowest cost to London! Finest to Lima! TRAVELING! AIR STIAMSHIP Caff GUS SHAW \IIAW IPAVII SIRVKI Ini From Miami there are daily connections to Nassau via Bahamas Airw ays. There you connect with 707 jets to London via New York or Lima. The service-all the wayis superb. British Cabin Service..lust what you expect-and deserve-whenever vou travel. 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Page 6-B + L**i*tiFk>rScffan Fridcy, June 9, 19 FAN W ^ ^LSTU P. r.tjer, Abraham Worsb^y = president of his Temple in Canton. O.. for orty years, is It •' >. ,-^n l, Fan was president cl Sisterhood there tor seven yea.>. rhe hved dose to the Temple, and even rabbi who came to town was wel ,,.. 1 |L their home. Th, four girls and the far brother ware away come In their home. The four girls and their brothel were always SSped In Jewish traditions and earning out the timehonored rituals Kan was most active in all community affairs in Canton art c „•„-., n„u.h When thej moved here in 1941. ran felt that she Center United Nations among others started to occupy Fans time. But Hadassah never left first place. She came up through the ranks of Hadassah to take her place on the top leadership level. Their bij: house, patterned after her father s. was always full of company and children, a regular Sindell hotel. Times have changed now. An apartment with a coffee shop in the building makes for easy living. A whole arra> ; 'f bowling trophies in the den testify to other proficiencies. The view from their window, a panorama Of Miami Reach, is breath taking. Kan has a pool right at her toetips, and a canasta game right at her fingertips. Quiet, unassuming, always pleasant. Kan has .; gentle way that is most endearing. Sin j had done enough community work to last a long time. That phase passed to Scouting. PTA. Red Cross. CJA. and Gables Community believes that the Jewish people, through their services in Israel and th< diaspora are strengthening Jewish culture and education. She never give up the work that she is doing. According to past his hr\ ai no time have the Jews ever felt they had reached their goal Kan teds, that she. too. must keep on striving for a better tomorrow A THING AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB It v. as a Flag Golf Tournament at Westview on Flag Day — M al Day to you. Each got a handicap and par for the Where they finished that stroke, the> dropped a flag. What vvi they .'.ream up next? Then of course, dinner to mark Trophy Night All the men who .von trophies dui • year received them at one fell swoop trophies were simply huge First prize was nearly five feet tall (S to say. the women complained. They only got charms lor tin 1 trouble Mr and Mrs Stanley Tate. with the Seymour Somersteins, wen a table with Mr. and Mrs Buddy Levinson and the Bernard SeiderS n at other tables rere the Leo Chaikeo&j Jan Allen Siegels. Mr and Mrs t Owen Mr and Mrs. Sweji Rubin, the Jack Gi nes Mr and Mrs Merton Gershun. and the Ed Dennisons, who !••. aght their childrt 1 George Dennison. TWO SAtLFISH AND SIXTEEN DOLPHIN Ruthie Rohbin> was as red as 1 beet 81M and her husband. Al .%  MexanderV and Fi Fl< r.nce Kamen and their son. Walu 1 • back from Duck Key where they went fishing They wer< ... ;> ;• ted '< ss than twenty poui > ; WJ both : OM lis folks are having the big] day H p that isn't suppe n be a surpr • • • FLY AWAY FLY AWAY -her Mrs Sidnej S; se last week to attend graduation 0:' her nephew. Gai son >1 San! and Audrej Pohn Gail on Sept J to Helen Stoller Then Esther flew to '.s.-.ham fcr the Brandeis I ) National Women's Committee t mere. • to ut being airsick sht flew off to New 'i leet her husl visit with son, David Have you seen Sidnej lately? He's shaved off that beard. • SOUNDS LOGICAL Harvey and Jean Fl< n and their boat left early for the trip |0 Marathon. Ray and Dei Rubin took their time, and left later, trail 11 [ liter. The) I boat motel None of them eat the fish t at hey catch They get up at three 0 clock, and go out in the boat t. fish before the sv:n is up. Del says that the fish are hungry then COMINGS AND GOINGS Harry and 1. i 11 N Schut spent Mothers Day in Cedarhurst, 1. I with :er. Eileen a:i dhusband. Charles, and all of the little Bonapartes Betty Jane. Shelley and Peter LiBy loves this time of year up north w :h the tulips and lilacs Three ou; of the 130 men and women in the U S going on the t ret Young leadership of the I'JA Mission to Israel are Greater Mi s own Kenneth Myers and Daniel and Dianne Heller By this time Jane Mrs Charles) Leeds feels that it is only ., memory that her brother Hank Bronner 'he's married to Louise Weissl flw down in his own plane from Shrevepert to visit her and all of his friend I It s time for another \1s1t .. Mrs Barnet Levin had a Bon Voyage party tor her sister, Florence Sinclair, who is flying off to Hong Kong Cocktails and a buffet -up Dei put the piCiltl in a very mellow mood The Elmer Levys, Mr and Mrs Howard Davis the Mike Mercels. and Miss Minnie Keinberg were the ones having the fun Miss Shirley Greenfield >whom everyone calls Lola>. and her mother. Mrs Charles Greenfield, will spend a few days in San Kran cisco. Then they will leave on the SS President Wilson for a trip to the Orient It's just a leisurely UkUj boat ride They will \i dr. M 1 mi B< a tended the Unsvers and graduate* of Miami. Her s< Epsil Her husbam %  ''• %  I and Mrs w • I '•[ saw. Ind and h( .' "I Part Military 1 '• ^1 Forest C ll< ge >;r l 1 1 Delta Phi, advei I Maid of hom r %  • I*| v as matron of r m i v ere Sharon 1 f l K einer and Mri % %  Mrs Joe Barchan. 2450 SW 2lst ler., announce engage... A j, ** HfA %  sondra ROMiss Andrews Eyes 62 Rites berta, to Ira Abram*on, son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Abramson, 01 Far y. N. Y The future bride is a gradu ite I Miami Senior High School, and attended Blue Mountain Collegi in \....... ppj and Charron williams 1 _. in Miami. She was a memb< r of Phi Sigma Tau and Group of B'nai B'nth, which presented her with a "Best Member" aw ard Her fiance 1an alumnus ol Far Rockaway High School, attended the I'niversitj Of Miami, and earn ed a degree in psychology at New York University. His fraternity is Tau Epsilon Pi, and lie is presently associated with the Kenwin Shops The couple plan an earlj September wedding. Mr. ind Mrs Theodore R In drew ol S911 SW 5th tcr ai the %  agement ol their da !'.., bai to Gei ai ton Zaiehick son [Mi • Mi \ R • in h *.k. th rd Tin bridt lo-b< is a thi L^niversitj f F najo g in educatioi She a member ol VEPhi, -,i international swe< thi an ol AEPi, hi r fiace's fraternil) Mr ZaL hick s also a st nn the 1 nhersity ol Florida in the engine* rii nd is treasurer of IRK. -j nitj. 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Page 14-A + knist fkricfian Friday. June S, 1961 C.oitol SpotligM: B y MILTON FRIEDMAN Chilly Reception for Rockwell Behind Magnolia Curtain Washington J EWS LIVING BEHIND the Magnolia Curtain, in the Deep South, were relieved when southern authorities rejected George Rockwell s crude attempt to inject Nazi anti-Semitism into the integration chaos. — .u.,,„ Alabama cave the American Nazi Panjl hate boa" the bum's ru*h out of the state. Chwrtotte, N C and other cities on the Nazis southbound invasion route made the agitators unwelcome. The Volkswagen bus. bearing a squad of uniformed "stormtroopers." displayed swastikas antiJewish slogans, and racist banners. Its mission .vas to loment further discord and exploit passions to promote Nazism in the south. The arrest of Rockwell and his Nazi follower* In New Orleans followed their attempt to stir up trouble in front of a theater exhibiting the film. ••Exodu*" New Orleans police charged the Nazis with actions calculated to -unreasonably d^turb or alarm the public.' ..•*-,, The Rockwell boast that he could put 150 men on the streets %  seemed empty when he and ten ot -stormtroopers" were shoved into the New "{"was ironic that the deeper south Rockwell penetrated, the chilher his reception from authoring Not or.lv was Rockwell jailed in New Orleans, but even a leader of the Louisiana -White Citizens Council" termed the Nazis "no good" and -hypIn the historv of Louisiana. Jews stood high in public esteem. Judah Touro endowed a public hospjtal in 1852 and made other civic contributions to New Orleans. A Jew. Benjamin F Jonas, was elected U.S. Senator Judah P. Benjamin, cf NewOrkans. became Secretary of State of the Conlederscv Resporsible southern leaders, lighting a last ditch stand for states" rights, do net want to be considered pro-Nazis or anti-Semites. Gov. Orva Faubus. of Arkansas, recently denounced Adoll Eichmann and backed Israels right to try him. In New Orleans. Mayor De Lesseps Morrison had expressed sincere interest in Israel and Jewish causes long before recent problems arose. Sen. Russell B. Long. Louisiana Democrat, took the Senate floor to oppose a resolution offered by ^er. Jacob K. Javits. New York Republican. The Javit* resolution approved Federal intervention in Alabama. But ,Sen. Long nevertheless e*PttS*ed approval of action by New Orleans authorities against the Nazi intervention. Attornev General Robert F Kennedy studied a request from the Jewish War Veterans of the Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN A Veteran Leader Speaks O verseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SAIPETER On Christian Attitudes Jerusalem T HE DRAMA IN the Jerusalem B ( mi • the trial of A Eic! tf--. '•'" %  •' ( [en victims 11 is i I • i raised ..a mi ;<\ Nor is it I w Cl fro, j the non-Jewish tK occui •• I < untries Still the role play ; by the local po| and particularly by th< ind the polic* seen to be ar pan of the usually tragic h ,.• pictt n Th I ehavior of thes< spectrum of decency and is i ..... %  f the exi rhicb anti-Semitisi I cieties in each of the c vohed ...jtified how the Lit:, t-. population and militia, by and larg x s • -• ilu t %  :-. the gheti i prer.er.dir.g th Jews informing on the lew '• bid< .., lure in Polar.d was more mixed whil rted the Germans in keei Bea j es were biding Jews by the hundn two main organizations of the Polish aaaiated the Jewish resistance movement in th< eO es a• •' %  to escaj l i. movement ex js; ; and handing Gen ans ;-. si ivakia. the r ; nd the pop.; I t even the Fasci Java o the idea that the Jew t^even paid a per capita j € i East should b Slovak partisan movem-, j e • whom were among its BMM I -. |] %  ; ben and Moravia, which bad no important a -ic tradition, active anti-Semitism during the ccupeuc-n was considered tantamount to the cespised o labcrat.on with the Germans. In France, the picture was a rather complicated or.e. The Laval Government, generally, did not put up resitance wrier the Germans were apprehending non-French Jews. However when it came to Frer.eh-borr. Jews. ever, l^va! was surprisingly firm, to the extent cf refusing. at east at the beginning, permission to the French police and gendarmerie to give any help to the Germans m their efforts to catch the Jews and deport them. NO EASY ANSWERS. By Philip WL ***** 1,38 pp. New York: F.rr.r, Str.us txl Cudahy. S3.50. DHILIP KLUTZNICK'S book on American Jewish %  life is due to be cast into the edacious waters of the American Jewish community this month, to iiBK or swim on the twin masts of its problems and its answers. Prediction, it will swim. For while many of Us proposals are deeply controversial, the issues themselves are not; and it is part ot Mr Klutzniek s purpose to get Jews to 'differ and debate the questions A* an observer of the issues. Klutzniek holds extraordinary credentials: for six years, he was nrtsident of B'nai Brith. capping nearly four decades of service in Jewish affair*! in February, he reigned his chairmanship of the United Jewish Appeal in order to accept President Kennedy s appointment as L.S. Representative to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Klutzniek s thorough analysis of the future of American Jewry pre-supposes that there will be a future, and that is point one of his book: a deploring cf the prophets of doom who do not see that "the cup u not half emptv. it is half full In his view, minimal Jewish identification is still a step toward, not awav from. Jewish life, especially in comparison with the previous "lost" generation: secular activities within the community have an underlying religious impetus. His sermon to the rabbinate criticises interdenominational rivalry and examines brietU the financial benefits of a united synagogue 1 At the same time, and within his context it is not contradictory, he defines unity as 'not a goal ,bun a state of affairs. resistant to coercion, but po-siWe by voluntary cooperation; witness, the Presidents' Conference. On education — "wider development of community-wide schools' — prejudice — 'full participation in the b: for human right-' —Klutzniek will ra se alai from specialized groups of Jews bul not ma nunity. • • scalpel he vields n th< Bted fund-rai ship represi nts net age i ts competency to exa i view of the del %  Is own ship, is a contestal e issu In a the com not % %  it can be at l for si much the better ipti II the need for Jewis Zioc eiterate some.cl ; %  rloon j a s sitters, affirn ai al in ing vitality I \ %  K tznick's view is wide, whan will [fend thi us ai sw rs are rw ted in an essential!) Jamesian pragmatis • right ich %  ffend the fanatic tw hat's right is right H forthright stress n volunlariness seem taili i r an \merican commun.: bred trtrasl to the old European methi ubt that. .r. the :ace ot these difficult ib, other anwe rs mi U.S.A. when the JWV asked Federal action a.ainst the Nazis. The JWV cited the deliberate provocation Offered by Rockwell's "hate bus" immed.ately aittr a U.S. court issued orders restraining the ku Klux Klan and other racist groups as a result of the Alabama outrages. The JWV national executive director. Josenh F. Barr. told Mr. Kennedy that the U.S. Government should act against Nazi contempt of such Federal court actions. Mr. Barr thought developments in thf Deep South -sufficiently reminiscent of Nazi Germany without having actual uniformed Nazis exhorting violence and injecting anti-Semitism." Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Repubi.can. endorsed the dispatch of Federal law officers to Alabama, but raised a question about the Administration's civil rights implementation involving its reiuctance to press for legislation in that area Ik charged that 'the New Frontier indicated it uculd implement civil rights through executive dt >artrr.ent activity rather than legislation. But Federal action has been >o irresolute that mob beer, emboldened. The first Congressman to protest the ap intDient Of Charles M Meriwether. of Alabama, to be a director of the U.S. Export-Import Bank. Rep. Halpern said -the appointment appeased Gov Patterson, but did not promote respect in Alabama for Federal Civil Rights laws." Rep. Halpern said that %  d espite Mr. Meriwether's Unks with the Ku Kiux Klan and even his open admission that be still fa\ored racial discrimination. the Meriwether appointment was pushed through the Senate United Notions listening Post: By SAW CARSON B G Mends His Fences United Nations D AVID BEN-GURION is an old chalutznik who knows that no pioneer•ng effort is worth its pain and labor, if the fence surrounding the jettleaent is full of holes for an enemy t crawl through. His visit to this country lat week — especially that part of bis visit that touched the United Nation? was .. lence-nvndmg expedition. There is no doubt that the Arabs are ready t try to pierce the Israeli fence at the United Nations. They are •' oming impatient with Israel's progress in the intercommunity, and want action. The old cha itznik camt here to see that no hole is effected. Tha' is why I remier made it hi* business to confer v ith L'niNati Secretary General Dag Hammarskju. trip to the West. v.. %  staged .i vigorous drive in the the < stablishmi nl ol some kii I N i -.-:..: ; • rty allegedly left in Isra fugei Tin > lost thai mov< — thankI '• -. • • • ie Unite I Stati s delegation to ad s • Arab diatribes — vilifications, it n ist be .... st the United x '. its, II E tin Ai m I -,:\ing up en th efugees They will • •• Assembly, to conveni in the Ben-Gur n is looking ahead. He knows th Vrabs — in the deleuations represei ng the ami : all Moslem powers, and amor.; some of the Africans That "property right.issu< -i-rioi-s matters. First of all. there is th. matter : Israeli sovereignty; allowing anj type of N custodianship over property in Israel could • the ward some kind of UN trusteeship S party" claimed embraces, by phony and al reckoning literal!) several billions of dollars ortn roperty. Btyond the property issue, there is >ti!l another matt very resolution which at< !t ,e %  > — and which is sure to be brought up again in S ptember — also tried to put the heat on the Palestine nci lation Commission to implement what *he Ira call N %  Ion to repatriate the refugees • RI It s( happens that there is no such authorizatioi Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Behind the Workings of the Birch Movement I HAVE BEEN rec •::om %  : les as to what is the attitude Jewish organizations toward controversial John B.: Society Tr.e Society, which has emerged as the est spearhead of ultra-conservatism in the United States. i< rallying extreme right-wing groups to renew efforts for y in a political movement AnnSemitic propagandists, such as Conde McGinley and Merit. Hart, were quick to announce their endorsement cr.d -upport of the Birch Society. The vitnouc anti-Semitic hate sheet. Common Sense. C2rr.ed ar. editorial strongly lauding the Society On the some ol the active members oi lh< Birch •'> oiaim tha; the group is not only far from being "•> si but that it even has Jews as a embers in some Robert H W. Welch, jr.. the leader of the > specifically disclaims religious bigotryreaction of Jewish organizations to these assurances is that while they may be sincere, the Society* conservative program makes it a natural taruet f infiltration by religious and racial hatemongers T" e Jewish organizations see little difference between the gcals of the Birch Society and those espoused by numer ous ultra-conservative movements which have .-P 1111 ^ up from time to'time since the 1930s The Society, founded by Mr. Welch, a retired candy manufacturer, current!) claims 10X),000 members in 34 states.



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Friday. June 9. 1961 +Jewlstrk>ridliati Page 3-B .•;.'^-v. ••*. %  Dinner Honors Rabbi Cop/an Temple Adath Yeshurun will hold a testimonial dinner honoring^ Rabbi Jonah C a plan'. The Kosher dinner, with dancing and a show, will be held at the Seville hotel on Saturday. June 17, at 8 p.m. Temple and Sisterhood officers will be installed during the. evening. Bill Alter is in charge of reservations. First 1 : censes to pre-school teachers of Jewish schools are awarded at the 20th annual meeting o: the Buerau of Jewibh Education by Sol Goldman, chairman of the Bureau's Board of License. Seated (left to right) are Rebecca Kay, Naomi Branded, Sol Goldman, Louis Schwcr'zman. execut;*.'^ director of the Bureau, Doris Gorn. Standing are Sondra Levy, Rebecca Stern, Dorothy Gruen, Ray Berman and Jeanette Goldberg. Not shown are Carol Cynamon, Rivka Fearnley, Gertrude Golden, Annette Kann, Audrey Lederman, Ruth Penick, Eleanore Richman, Reba Rodman, Madge Rosenbuum, Beatrice Seal, Jane Schulman, Beatrice Selditch, Betty V/ank. 71-Year-Old Women's Leader Marks Her Birthday With a Hew Adventure MRS. mill SCHWARTZ Mrs. Tillie S hwartz celebrated her .'1st birthday at a party Wednesday noon at Southgate Towers, The party also launched her newest undertaking As Mrs. Schwartz pul it, "For years and years. I've been given birthday parties, and now I've decided to pick up the tab and give one with a now purpose." The "purpose" grew out of Mrs. Schwartz' new role as parliamentarian for the year-old. 400-member Southgate Towers group of Hadassah. Mrs. Schwartz feels there is a need for the formation of an organization of parliamentarians of all Miami Beach Hadassah groups to encourage exchange of ideas and to strengthen the work of Hadassah. she hopes the Miami Beach project will set a pattern for groups all over the country. New ideas and energetic work have been Mrs. Schwarz' contribution in many areas starting at age 12. when she organized a Shakespearean Club Which still exist.today on the Lower East Side of New York City. She pioneered the earls days Of the Visiting Nurses Assn., and founded the Free Nurses Institute. During World War II, Mrs. Schwartz was a lieutenant general in the Blue Star Brigade, and sold S5.0O0,000 worth of war bands. Together with Gov. Thomas Dewey, of New York, and a committee oi eight, she helped to organize the U.S.O. Since coming to Miami Beach ten years ago. after the death Oi her husband, she has been actively associated with the Women's Auxiliary Of Mt Sinai Hospital. Home for the Aged, and Fight for Sight She most recently organized a blood donor campaign for Mt. Sinai Hospital among her neighbors at Southgate Towers Apts., where she lives with her daughter. Beatrice. PERFECT FOR LIGHT SUMMER MEALS I Til., t %  mt'i l/lll"' il "ma OI \IUI>|" 1 E.r SSssgss onjon pi and cream or wmesauce^V, hat taMy^robust flavor! What rea d>•to-su" convunie^e! Get Vita Herring ^,^1 |?Jfof tit your food store dairy MM. Travel Service Slated for Bimmi Mr, and Mrs. William Farr. Miami Beach travel agents, and Bert Green. Coconut Grove yacht broker, will commence operation of a 'passenger boat service to Bimini on June 17. The firm, known as Florida Bahamas Lines, Ltd., will have a 55ft. diesel express cruiser capable ot carrying 48 passengers on a twohour run to the British island. It will leave Miami at 9 a.m.. daily, returning 6 p.m., allowing a fivehour stay in Bimini. Powered by two 400-hp. diesels. the Bimini Express is equipped with radar, full Coast Guard approved safety devices, and has an international safety certificate. Farr said there is no weight limit on baggage, which will enable sports fushermen to bring along their own outboard motors if they wish. Wftiften's Club to Meet The 1500 Women"s Club of Morton Towers will hold a "Getting to Know You" luncheon Saturdaynoon. Mrs. Jack Chanin is president of the newly-formed group, and Mcsdames Jane Bransdorl. Irving Blasberg. and Rose Zable are in charge of the luncheon. MORE PEOPLE UM refreshing, calorie-Ire* msharfoe SWUTH THAU SUGAt TIT NO FOOD VAIUI Recommended by doctor 1m dbetics. ovetweigMJ ind lo cil oi


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Page 10-A +Jel§li ncridtian Frid toy. Iu-e 9, i^ Eeth Torah Congregation will install all newly-elected officers end directors of the congregation, Men's Club, Sisterhood, ieugicus school PTA. and nursery-kindergarten PTA at a special service Friday night. Shown are officers of the congregation. Seated (left to right! are Judge Arthur Snyder, new president; Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader; and Harold Walk, outgoing president. Standing (left to right) are Seymour Brookmeyer, financial secretary; Carl Zwerner, ways ond meens vice president; Mrs. Al Williams, corresponding secretary; Irving Seidel, executive religious vice president; Mrs. Herman Hamburg, recording secretary; Newton Greene, membership vice president; Dr. Samuel Leb, house vice president. Not shown is George Goodman, treasurer. Sunday Laws Reaffirmed Continued from Page 1-A with part of Chief Justice Warren's ruling but not with other parts A ba>ic case in the decision involved five Orthodox Jewish residents ol Pennsylwnia They contended that mandatory Sunday rig violated their religious in (com. The effect of the ruling was expected to be one of strengthening th< ant:-Sunday work stand of officials cf the many states which h?ve controversial "blue laws." ; However, the Chief Justice noted that such law< could be found unconstitutional in the future if they could be proved that they were being used by states "to aid religion." Among the Jewisn groups which have registered opposition to such laws are the Synagogue Council of America, the National Community Relations Advisory Council, the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, and the Anti-Defamation League of B'r.ai B'rith. Opening June 29th $ LAKES 5.50G ACRES ---' %  fyty4 IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS PIKE'NEW HAMPSHIRE %  Nightly FmeMainmcni • 2 Orche&t*as Famed CuMm* Magnificent laVHolc OoM t muse*; Pulling Greens • Boatmii • Waicr-Skiint! • Fishing • Home of the Famous WHITE MOUNTAINS' FESTIVAL of the 7 ARTS Your Hosts THE FAM1I Y JACOBS Reservations, please: Walter Jacobs, PIKE, N. H., 9-2011 or Call Your favorite Travel Agent BEACH APPIAU DS 35 YEARS OF DEDKATED HRVICE City's Need is Mom's Lipp's Concern .., r 7' 0 memberoi the Hiu h Chamber ol merc< eel brated its 40th anniversary e Fontainebleau hotel, they homage to Morris N Lipp U r service to Miami Beach during 35 ol those vears. Lipp. who started with the city u. 1926. was born in Boston. uated from MIT and South Florida College Of Law. and started his long collaboration with the city, first as : draftsman, city engine< i in 1933. assistant city managi 1951, and attaining th< position oi i itj manager i i I After the hurricane of 1926, Lipp initiated a survey aimed at more oceanfront protection. Today, though he is a recognized authority en this subject and a director cf the American Shore and Beach Preservation Assn., he is still seeking better methods of solving the problem. Parks Rusk, vice president <>! ihe Chamber, in presenting Lipp with the Chamber's plaque, emphasized i!."steadfast service, consistent, efficient and dedication oi effort •Lipp has been identified with every city construction project and capital improvement in Miami Beach for 35 >ear<," -aid Ru-k. "and he knows the location of i light and every fireplug." Lipp served in World War II as ? major in the Army Corps of Engineers, belongs to many state and national engineering societies, and is active in Rotary. Elks, Mason-. Veterans of Foreign Wars. American Legion. Jewish War Veterans, and B'nai B'rith. He now resides on w -47th -t.. with his wife. Helen, who was seated with him at the banquet. Telegrams of congratulations to Lipp came from many organizations and individuals, including MORRIS N. LIPP Bureau Director Named Vice Pres. Of National Body Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, was elected vice president of the National Council ot Jewish Education at its annual con-' vention in Atlantic City. He has served as treasurer of the National Council and on membership and nominations committees. Schwart/man, now completing 12 yearwith the local Bureau, comes from Baltimore. Md., where he served as assistant director of the Board of Jewish Education and in a similar capacity in Wilmington. Del. He was the first director in the Atlanta Bureau where he re-1 mained for three years Schwartzman has been Hillel Mt. Sinai Hospital, Te-np|, BB Sholom. Miami Bs.eh C n s^ St. Francs Hospital, and 2 gressman Dante Fasc*||. Lipp himself b< lieve; that "th basis of good i %  ginei s J| economics." When co ^Z plans for a construction ho 1 proves only il • earns "ye$"T the question. %  •], • a ,uat e (I the city's need .• pre* and j. the immediate futu j., ..,,„., to "Is it mori thai jCn3 L need?" This is the extei 1cdica< tion of the mar and Morns Lipp Chamber of Commerci saw it: flu 40th anniversary | the c and 35 years of dedicati sei t„ that city as irre\. ,. .. In<( That both occask 1 wi marked together is a ;r: ; u to Lie signifj. cance of each. New Exhibit on Bec:'i Three new exhibits OCWkg prints of 17th centurj li and, con. temporary American vatercohri, and a section devoted I :ne color print medium, open* at the Miami Beach Art Center, 2100I ins aw, on June 12. o Minim through June 28. Fifty etching: and engravings by some 11 Holland's most famous artists an inch Led in the exhibit, "The (i< Iden Age in Holland." Familiar namenich as Rembrandt arc >. Ri lael are included counselor at Emory L'ni irsityind Georgia Institute it Technology, lie is a past instructor Hebrew and Hebrew civilization 6 'he University of Miami, past ie president of National Young J idaea,Md past director of the Seaboard Zionist Youth Begion. Tc Miarruans — Who Are Specialists in THE ART OF RELAXATION ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the Finest Northern Resort YOU WILL FEEL RIGHT AT HOME IX MUX ICO AT THE NtW AND LUXURIOUS HOI II, SAX FRAXCISCO SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT ALL RCOMS S5 PER PERSON-No Extros-fDbf. 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. u n j I"* the w oman s "World by ISABEL GROV Everything was blue and white at the magnificent dinner party nday evening at the Deauville hotel for over 100 friends by Mrs. Micky Kraus Yvette and daughter Nikki. just m the University o£ Alabama, made an attractive pair as greeted the.r guests Yvette. particularly lovely in a silver e metallic with side drape ending in looped pouts on her Nikki gay and attractive in a full-skirted frock with \ • jrquotse flowers on a white background with a huge bow at L -t in the back h Popick a a dark water silk with harem skirt peplum and h >>me LO-skin stone marten stole—the very stole which she ,(i recently at an Israel Bonds luncheon Husband Jack I, would be cruel to part them Didn't feel any such tug L the Isotra Fraehini against which Ruth had posed so nonL .... : rming Sally and Judge Harold Spaet She in a soft shade i rgan^a w'.'r. reembroidered cabbage rcses ani h_'r favorite necklin:? set off with pearls ami a diamond dr >p Vivaat (Mrs. Paul) Bromberg in white line:! with antique gold • %  I floweri sprinkled with pearls carrying a coquettish lace .. white linen sheath for Ros Kirshberg She and Whitey I : telling of their plans for the summer, uc -tart with a m Chicago this weekend tor son Richard • graduation trom I s tern I -• y • • • Then on to California for .. nephew's I itzvah and tie wedding of Rose Marie David, • use father, I David, i ; producer of our local TV classic. Surfs • well Hawaiian Eye From there, a plane to Mexico City to stay nd -' %  >er ... F ^ enjoyi ig aors d'oeuvres, dancing and \ n tivities Leon Man leimer and his Svlvia. look:'-' >ink | ith bodice ot apphqued flowers The Sam Shapiros. \ in sheei black and wnite dinner frock u.aajs Kapian [ bold pi heath with matching coat, shar isbaod f ; iod wi hs in marriage ot daughter. Arlj Sund ly at the [ Roc ho! si • • • The Woltie Cohens, the Morris Lipps. the Al :, '..ns. Dr. and Mrs. J. Armando Porias, %  >t their p •; who has just graduated from the University of Miami music -wth a degree in piano and voice Mr and Mrs. f tnias and the Bernic Pallants, talking g course. %  ., sant reunion for Marcella (Mrs. Arth minent Hsdassah ictivities. and Bee (Mrs. Maxwelll Hyma lere reently They ware high school chums B la ighter. Rita [MrLeslie) Bukstel. entertained at dinner, i:\later son. Lee. t ,! the visitor with his performance at the piano From far away Johannesburg. So, Africa. Sam and Sylvia „ %  o. housegue-ts of Mrs. Sarah Harris, of Ocean dr. They i a world tour and returning the visit with Saran. who had been gi esl briefly on her globe-circling trip last year They adore B< n ba'hing here—no danger of sharks ... At I %  nets are needed for protection from those man-eaters. -. Philly for a Bar Mitzvah Then 10 Broadway shows in %  eight cays ... A plane to Chicago, a week with relatives and back %  home, Jure of course is the month of weddings and graduations, Although not necessarily in that order Ross Sandier recipient ot the Root Tilden scholarship who plans to study taw. had proud i Bti Mr and Mrs. Ted Sandier, with him in Hanover. N. "..tor h commencement exercises at Dartmouth Enroute. they attended the wedding of Dr. Joseph Warshaw to Miss ^ynthia Ann S 'ii r in Durham. N. C. .. ... Mr and Mrs. Murry Grossman will have to hustle a bit to enjo the two graduations in their family, since they oith fall on nonaaj n-ht Daughter Dawn receives her degree In education trom the University of Miami at Miami Beach Convention Hall, while hter Cynthia receives her diploma from Coral Gables Hi„n School in Dade County Auditorium ... A complete solution WWM : ding the first part of the commencement ceremony Hlhuu, holding tight to third daughter Pamela, dashing to Mjnu h lor the second half there Dawn plans to teach English a Hialeah High In the fall, and Cynthia will enroll at Dade Junior Hde'ne Isabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ArthurJJeguta^gets I r BS on Sunday tram Boston University An alumna of Miami Beach Senior High. Helene is a biology major Shell return her home grounds after graduation with her mother, who is uying up to witness the cremony ... ..thonnnh And this weekend finds Mrs. Morris Kr.pple leaving for .he north I' attend the graduation of granddaughter Karen Stern Fnenas I fan Peierman v. )llie Schlessinger Esther Dertch and LilUan binder gave h^? a farewell luncheon at the St. MorttZ Cabana Club on Tuesday. Newly-wedded Mr. and MrsjUaniCohen returned from Jamaica on TuiMlay and arc now at home at <94t> E. Driv*.. wo. -) I ands Bride is the former Miss Dedee Don %  • • inspired Silver wedding anniversary ot Rose and Ben E %  *"* uu pin good friends Lillian and Irving NaMM* to spring *g !" J£. bration for them on May 30 • T^Mhey J^^'SLv, meat exercises for son Stanley at tht ^ n "„„ c? even w ho is a preevening in honor of the graduation. ^^ ,, Edith Zi PP Je'wdsh n^S^X'^li^ = Chicago, where she was taking a look at the new t emergency her husband. Monroe rened of! to ht ho pta m visitors a .pendectomy Monroe will be welcom ng Gotham al the Zipp home Friday, with Edith winginj, f'r further fall showings time as t h e KenAs though being in Paris, and at the mshan Baron "edys, wasn't exciting enough, it was inerei Bette is received word that she had passe d her Bar ex am the doing the continent as, a^graduation^ift u !" jg& u brot her Samuel aid. 300 miles Florence, 86 activities which affect our lives as citizens of Dade county." Mrs. Lehman said her nominating committee would meet th>s week to discuss selection of candidates. Toys for Therapy North Shore 677. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, presented therapy toys to patients at the United Cer il Palsy Center here Sophia Lee elfare chairman. Lillian Schoi n, preside! t, ilelivered the i


. u
n
j
I"*
the
w
oman s
"World
by ISABEL GROV
Everything was blue and white at the magnificent dinner party
- nday evening at the Deauville hotel for over 100 friends by
Mrs. Micky Kraus Yvette and daughter Nikki. just
m the University o Alabama, made an attractive pair as
greeted the.r guests Yvette. particularly lovely in a silver "
. e metallic with side drape ending in looped pouts on her
Nikki gay and attractive in a full-skirted frock with
\ jrquotse flowers on a white background with a huge bow at
L -t in the back .
h Popick a a dark water silk with harem skirt peplum and
h >>me LO-skin stone marten stolethe very stole which she
,(i recently at an Israel Bonds luncheon Husband Jack
I, would be cruel to part them Didn't feel any such tug
L the Isotra Fraehini against which Ruth had posed so non-
L ....
: rming Sally and Judge Harold Spaet She in a soft shade
i rgan^a w'.'r. reembroidered cabbage rcses ani h_'r favorite
necklin:? set off with pearls ami a diamond dr >p Viva-
at (Mrs. Paul) Bromberg in white line:! with antique gold
I floweri sprinkled with pearls carrying a coquettish lace
.. white linen sheath for Ros Kirshberg She and Whitey
I : telling of their plans for the summer, uc -tart with a
m Chicago this weekend tor son Richard graduation trom
I stern I y Then on to California for .. nephew's
I itzvah and tie wedding of Rose Marie David, use father,
I David, i; producer of our local TV classic. Surfs well
Hawaiian Eye From there, a plane to Mexico City to stay
nd -' >er .
... F- ^ enjoyi ig aors d'oeuvres, dancing and \ n tivities
Leon Man leimer and his Svlvia. look:'-' .....>ink
| ith bodice ot apphqued flowers The Sam Shapiros.
\ in sheei black and wnite dinner frock u.aajs Kapian
[ bold pi heath with matching coat, shar isbaod
f; iod wi hs in marriage ot daughter. Arlj Sund ly at the
[ Roc ho! si The Woltie Cohens, the Morris Lipps. the Al
:, '..ns. Dr. and Mrs. J. Armando Porias, >t their
p ; who has just graduated from the University of Miami
! music -wth a degree in piano and voice Mr and Mrs.
f tnias and the Bernic Pallants, talking g course.
-
., sant reunion for Marcella (Mrs. Arth minent
Hsdassah ictivities. and Bee (Mrs. Maxwelll Hyma lere re-
ently They ware high school chums B la ighter. Rita
[Mr- Leslie) Bukstel. entertained at dinner, i:\- later son. Lee.
t.....,! the visitor with his performance at the piano .
From far away Johannesburg. So, Africa. Sam and Sylvia
o. housegue-ts of Mrs. Sarah Harris, of Ocean dr. They
i a world tour and returning the visit with Saran. who had been
gi esl briefly on her globe-circling trip last year They
adore B< n ba'hing hereno danger of sharks ... At
I nets are needed for protection from those man-eaters.
- i re can be w question but that Judy (Mrs giTTias) Gerard's
\ color is blue The decor of her home m 5 lav 5h use
i hue and trying shades were user! in the de< ions to rthe
I luncheon Judy gave recently for the former Bettj Ann Path-
fun now Mrs. S in !J Mass Wonder whether !ue clothes with her when she meets mother. Mrs. Inez Krensky.
Marhattan the end of June ,_.
lr.tz will be coming from Wernersviile. Pa., where At Phi is
ivins ; convention a" Galen Hall on June 23 to 30 ... As chairman
( th( National Parents Club, she'll present an awar I 11 the chapter
hii-ith the outstanduig Parents Club The week in New \ork will
be spent play-going and shopping .
an headed for Gotham town are Sid and Louis Margulies,
celebrating 17 yew of wedded bliss with a trip north First stop
.>. Philly for a Bar Mitzvah Then 10 Broadway shows in
eight cays ... A plane to Chicago, a week with relatives and back
home,
- -
Jure of course is the month of weddings and graduations,
Although not necessarily in that order Ross Sandier recipient
ot the Root Tilden scholarship who plans to study taw. had proud
. i Bti Mr and Mrs. Ted Sandier, with him in Hanover. N. "..tor
h commencement exercises at Dartmouth Enroute. they
attended the wedding of Dr. Joseph Warshaw to Miss ^ynthia Ann
S 'ii r in Durham. N. C. .. ...
Mr and Mrs. Murry Grossman will have to hustle a bit to enjo
the two graduations in their family, since they oith fall on nonaaj
n-ht Daughter Dawn receives her degree In education trom
the University of Miami at Miami Beach Convention Hall, while
hter Cynthia receives her diploma from Coral Gables Hin
School in Dade County Auditorium ... A complete solution wwm
: ding the first part of the commencement ceremony Hlhuu,
holding tight to third daughter Pamela, dashing to Mjnu
h lor the second half there Dawn plans to teach English
a Hialeah High In the fall, and Cynthia will enroll at Dade Junior
Hde'ne Isabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ArthurJJeguta^gets
I r BS on Sunday tram Boston University An alumna of Miami
Beach Senior High. Helene is a biology major Shell return
her home grounds after graduation with her mother, who is uying
up to witness the cremony ... __...thonnnh
And this weekend finds Mrs. Morris Kr.pple leaving for .he north
I' attend the graduation of granddaughter Karen Stern Fnenas
I fan Peierman v. )llie Schlessinger Esther Dertch and LilUan
binder gave h^? a farewell luncheon at the St. MorttZ Cabana
Club on Tuesday.
Newly-wedded Mr. and MrsjUaniCohen returned from Jamaica
on TuiMlay and arc now at home at <94t> E. Driv*.. wo. -)
I ands Bride is the former Miss Dedee Don inspired
Silver wedding anniversary ot Rose and Ben E *"* uu pin
good friends Lillian and Irving NaMM* to spring *gJ.
bration for them on May 30 T^Mhey J^^'SLv,
meat exercises for son Stanley at.tht ^n" c?even who is a pre-
evening in honor of the graduation. ^^
,, Edith ZiPP. Je'wdsh n^S^X'^li^ =
Chicago, where she was taking a look at the new t emergency
her husband. Monroe rened of! to ht ho pta m visitors
a .pendectomy Monroe will be welcom ng Gotham
al the Zipp home Friday, with Edith winginj,
f'r further fall showings time as the Ken-
As though being in Paris, and at the m- shan Baron
"edys, wasn't exciting enough, it was inerei Bette is
received word that she had passe d her Bar ex am the
doing the continent as, a^graduation^ift ujg& u brother
Samuel
aid.
300 miles
Florence,
eJe^w/isli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 9, 1961
Section B
New officers of the Women's Division of the urer; and Fred Katz. vice president. Seated
Surf-Bal-Bay Chamber of Commerce are top are Mesdames Martin Bloch, vice president;
row (left to right) Mesdames Leslie Altmann, Milton Levinsohn, vice president; George Val-
corresponding secretary; John Bura, library entine, president; and George Israel, execu-
board; Arthur Kahn, library board; Louis Bel- tive vice president,
ler, recording secretary; Edward Harris, treas-
Officers and board of directors of Temple Men-
orah Sisterhood were installed last Wednes-
day at the Seville hotel. Chairmen of the in-
stallation bruncheon were Mrs. William Horo-
witz and Mrs. William Carmel. Mrs. Mayer
Abramowi:z, in a ceremony entitled "Purify
Your Hearts," installed front row (left to right)
Mesdames Lillian Rothschild. Irving Wechsler.
Mayer Abramowitz, Sam Belsky, Ray Morse,
president, Al Mechlowitz, Al Schwartz, Nor
man Harrow, Lawrence Weston, Hyman Ber-
gad. Rear row (left to right) are Mesdames
Philip Jacoby. Franklyn "-.'ankin, Alvin Schles-
inger, Herbert Kaplar.. Irving Laibson, Moms
Smukler.
Jewish Women's Body Plans Annual
Meeting to Select Slate of Officers
Annual meeting of the Federation
of Jewish Women's Organizations.
largest bodv of women's groups in
Dade county, will be held on Thurs-
day. June 22. 10 a.m.. at the Fed-
eration bldg.. 1317 Biscayne Blvd.
President Mrs. Milton Sirkin has
announced that Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man will be chairman of the nomi-
nating committee to select a slate
of officers for the coming year.
Mr- Lehman twice headed FJ'tVO,
which is made up of 117 \
organizations functioning in
Greater Miami area in the :
of philanthropy, education, relig-
ion, and community service.
Named this week to the
ing committee are Mesdames Wil-
liam Brenner. Fred Blank. Philip
ORT Conference For Nine Groups
Annual planning conference o
the Southeastern Florida region ot
Women's American ORT was held
Tuesday at Congregation \ehudah
Moshe.
Mrs Joseph Wilkes, region presi-
dent addressing the opening ses-
sion, outlined the national objec-
tives of ORT, as well as of the
Southeastern Florida region, stress-
ing "the importance of strengthen-
ing the role of the ORT woman m
community life."
Attention was called to the world
wide Vl-Project program de-;
to meet the needs of ORT students
in rehabilitation through vocational
training." In France the Guard-
ianship and social assistance pro-
ject has become one of major im-
portance because of the influx of
more than 175,000 students from
Egypt and North Africa." she
said.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Harry
Roenthal Mrs. Harold Schneider,
conference chairmen. 21 workshops
were held, with over 200 wom
from Dade county n ne eh
ywood chapter atl
ing the all-Jay semin.
Lefkov Harry Platoff, Abraham
Shedroff, j; lney Schwartz. George
Simon and Joseph Wilkes,
Attending the annual meeting
w presidents and board mem-
. if the constitutenl women's
irganizations, as well as officially
des mate I delegates to FJWO from
gr nips'.
t -deration of Jewish Women's
tions was founded four
- ago to combine the woman
power Of Miami's groups into a
effective unit for general
;. services, to coordinate
their volunteer efforts in the work
of the annual Combined Jewish Ao
peal, and to "forge a single, unified
bo.lv j" many groups for the great-
est commural good, in all th >86
activities which affect our lives as
citizens of Dade county."
Mrs. Lehman said her nominat-
ing committee would meet th>s
week to discuss selection of can-
didates.
Toys for Therapy
North Shore 677. Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary, presented therapy
toys to patients at the United Cer
il Palsy Center here Sophia
Lee elfare chairman.
Lillian Schoi n, preside! t, ileliver-
ed the i -



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Page 16-A vjenist ihridfiaai Friday, June 9. 1981 President Kennedy's request f.^r seven billion or more to rocke a man to the moon was in itself less Important than the mood it sym bolized. which informed the whole extraordinary message to Congress It was the mood of all-out effort to win the intelligence race with the Communist world. In the days when the moon was beyond mans reach it was ad dressed bv lunatics, lovers and poets and was a symbol of romantic futility. Todav the notion of landing a rocket on the moon is just arounc the corner of possibility, and for a nation to use the moon as targel means stretching itself to bear a little more than it can eomfoitablj bear. Doe it mean that America will spend itself into a decline? I don'l think so. The idea that Russia can spend the American economy into bankruptcy will have to be abandoned both by Soviet optimists am American pessimists. In a competition between the two economies the advantage belongs with the Americans, just as the advantage in a propaganda competition is with the Russians. ,*• £• — — <7 — THE STRESS ON SPACE LEADERSHIP does not. of course, exclude the duty of armed alertness. Secretary MacN'amaras estimate of closing the missile gap in two or three years may be slightly low or slightly high. The trouble with all such estimates is that the\ are not superimposed on another time scale — namely how many years are still available at all for the missile race. My guess would be not more than five years, by which time the nuclear weapons will have spread into the hands of less conservative and responsible governments than today. Casals Contest Slated for Israel By Special Report NEW YORK — A distinguished group of judges for the Pablo Casals third international violoncello competition in Israel beginning Sept 23 will be headed by Casals himself, it was announced by Sam ••.el Rubin, president of the Amerca Israel Cultural Foundation, American sponsor of the competition. Other musicians on the board ot judges are Frank Pelleg, chairman, Mrs Malta Casals. Maurice Eisenberg. Mieczyslaw HorSZOWSkl, An tonio Janigro. Enrico Mainardi. Andres Navarra. Zarra Nelsova, \dolfo Odnoposoff, Mllos Sadlo, Rudolf von Tobei. Sandor Ve Competition will immediately ti low the First Israel Music Festival, a three week festival ot 25 certs beginning on Aug. 26 and concluding Sept. 18. In addition to Casals, who will both play and conduct, participants will inclu.'. B distinguished group ot American musicians: Maureen Forrester. Eugene IStOmin. Darius Milhaud. Leonard Rose. Alexander Schneider, Rudolt Serkin. Isaac Stern, and the Budapest String Quartet. Israel will be represented by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Rinat Choir The heroic effort should be made in the direction of arms reduction • kj A| c flijh control If we can reach 1965 without catastrophe but have made mdl viuu Plans 'Splash' and a strong start toward arms control, then the disarmament dialogue should carry the world into the 1970s Once there we can breathe more freely and spend the 1970s building an effective world police force backed up by a collective world will. If the question of sovereignty be raised, my answer is that sovereignty, like love and money and political popularity, is not something to be hoarded but to be spent. The long range imperative for the nationstate is to surrender that fragment of its sovereignty which contains the power to wage atomic war. There will be enough sovereignty left for each nation to run its own affairs, shape its own kind of society, and make the decisions on which the welfare of its people depends. The onlv thing to be ruled out is the deviltry of atomic warfare - about Anniston and Montgomery and Jackson. I can understand why Attorney General Kennedy feels that the Freedom Riders have chosen a highly vulnerable time — just before the Kennedy trip to the European capitals — to make their great moral test of their ..radical rights in the Deep South Yet it is exactl) because the time is vulnerable that the Freedom Riders chose i: They are asking the governors and mayors and police chiefs of the southern area, with uhighly traditional brand of patriotism, bow high a price they are willing to pay in the loss of America's world prestige in order to maintain white supremacy. It was not just the faces of some courageous young men that were stomped into the dirt of the Alabama road It was America's face. 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UJ, ovnan s WorU by ISABEL GROVE and white at the magnificent dinner party the Deauville hotel tor over lOO friends by I Everything was blue fiday evening at tl ,,nd Mrs. Micky Kraus Yvette and daughter Nikki, just • .m the University of Alabama, made an attractive pair as greeted the^r guests Yvette. particularly lovely in a silver e metallic with side drape ending in looped pouts on her Nikki gay and attractive in a full-skirted frock with turquoise flowers on a white background with a huge bow at -t in the back h Poplck in a dark water silk with harem Jkirt peplum and me 1 ikin Stone marten stole—the very stole which she a recently at an Israel Bonds luncheon Husband Jack • would be cruel to part them Didn't feel any such tug •.he Isotra Frachini against which Ruth had posed so nonii %  • i rming Sally and Judge Harold Spaet She in a soft shade i organza wr*h reembroidered cabbage ro-e< an! her tavonte neckline set off with pearls and a diamond drip Viva(Mrs. Pauli Bromberg in white linen with antique gold I .| flowei sprinkled with pearls carrying a coquettish lace white linen sheath for Ros Kirshberg id Whitey j telling of ieir plans for the summer, whi irt with a Chicago this weekend tor son Richard • graduation from • -tern Unive Jity Then on to California for a nephew's Izvah and tie wedding of Rose Marie David, whose father, •avid, is producer of our local TV classic Surfs 8 as well Man Eye From there, a plane to Mexu City to stay nd %  %  er .-. E bars d'oeuvres, dancing and ger ttvities I ; Leon ". mer and his Svlvia. looki BO so ; ink ftifion with bodice of appliqued flowers The Sam Shapiros, i n shee (lack and unite dinner frock u.d • tvapian %  bold pr iheath with matching coat, sharing i msband d v 11 in marriage oi daughter, Arlyne, in lay at the oc hotel • %  The Wolfie Cohens, the Morns Lipps, the Al t'eins, Dr and Mrs. J. Armande Porias, so I oi their .) who has just graduated from the University of Miami i music with a degree in piano and voice ... Mr %  • • i Mrs. JO enias and the Bernie Pallants, talkmg g ill co irse. -€ %  .ant reunion for Marcella (Mrs Arthur Rubel, prominent In Hadassah id is, and Bee (Mrs. Maxwell here reEentlv They were high school chum.."> %  laughter, Rita '(MrLeslie) Bukstel, entertained at dinner, J;: %  later son. Lee. ed the visitor with his performance at the piano From far away Johannesburg. So Africa, Sam and Sylvia Bchnaid, housegue-ts of Mrs. Safah Harris, of Ocean dr. They [are on a world tour and returning the visit with Saran. who had been est briefly on her globe-circling trip last year. They adore ocean bathing here—no danger of sharks ... At nets are needed for protection from those man-eaters • • re car. b? BO question but that Judy I Mrs. T_-_:.i-! Gerard's favoriti color is blu ... The decor of her home avish use the '• tie and varying shades were used in the decorations to rthe luncheon Judy gave recently for the former Betty Ann Pathman. now Mrs. S-dney Mass Wonder whether she'll take all b K clothes with har when she meets mother. Mrs [net Krensky. r Marhattan the end of June ... ,__.. Inez will b> coming from Wernersviile. Pa., where ALPhi is having a convent I It Galen Hall on June 23 to 30 ... As chairman th. National Par >nts Club, she'll present an award 11 the chapter with the outstanding Parents Club The week in New \ork will be spent play-going and shopping ... Also headed tor Gotham town are Sid and Louis Margulies. celebrating 17 years of wedded bliss with a trip north Furst stop mil be Philly far a Bar Mitzvah Then 10 Broadway shows in e ghl cays ... A plane to Chicago, a week with ralatn ss and back home. %  Jure of coarse, is the month of weddings and graduations. although'not necessarily in that order Ross Sandier, recipient ot the Hoot Tilden scholarship who plans to study law. had proud parents Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sandier, with him in Hanover. N. H.. tor h commencement exercises at Dartmouth Enroute the> ded the wedding of Dr. Joseph Warshaw to Miss onthia Ann in Durham, X. C. .. „ Mr and Mrs. Murry Grossman will have to hustle a bi. to enjoy the two graduations in their family, since they bnh fall on Monday n>?ht Daughter Dawn receives her degree la education Iron I mversity of Miami at Miami Beach Convention Hall, whUe hter Cynthu receives her diploma from C >ral GMtM Hign ol in Dade County Auditorium ... A complete sola..on w 11 bt attending the first part of the commencement ceremony in M aim holding tight to third daughter Pamela, dashing to_Miami h for the second half there Dawn plans o MAhg a Hialeah High in the fall, and Cynthia will enroll at Dade Junior ne Isabel, daughter of Mr. an,! Mrs. Arthur De^utz gets 1 rliscn Sunday from Boston University An alumna of Miami Beach Senior High, Helene is a biology major ShL retrn to h T home grounds after graduation with her mother, who is flying A^lS&ffiBftti. Morris Kripp.e leaving for the north I attend the graduation of granddaughter£aren Stern Friends J .n Feierman M )lUe Schlessinger Esther Deitch and Liii.an kbinder gave her a fareweU luncheon at the St. Merita Cabana Ciub on Tuesday. N.ly.„edd,d Mr. and £J*-gg? %£$£&& on Tuesday and are now at home at 794b c. i> Il e Wands Bride is the former Miss Drfee Don %  • • ired Silver wedding anniversary of Rose and Ben Eisenb^ uispirea g-od friends Lillian and Irving New mark to J^ a JJSSSS. evening in honor of the graduation. Edith Zinn J( c her husband. Monroe irene "'{J^e^ming well-wishing visitors a .pendectomy Monroe will g JJ^ggg her way to Gotham ai the Zipp home Friday, with Edith winging for further fall showings ti as the KenAs though being in Pans, f, n J gj sa mBarQn nedya, wasn't exciting enough, it waa there ^ Bette s received word that she had pas ^ h r f B f r0 ^*{£ parents, the doing the Continent as; af" duat,on T ^v e i ng with her is brother Samuel Barons.-of 2191 N. Bay id. ^g !" 3Tthey've driven over Ronald whose gift to her wf stoVolte^ i* P^culariy 3W miles in Spaai Still oiiwt i hoaQ [he end liorence, Switzerland and Israel in-J .^ TH drewislli Ploridiaxi Miami, Florida, Friday, June 9, 1961 Section B New officers of the Women's Division of the urer; and Fred Katz. vice president. Seated Surf-Bal-Bay Chamber of Commerce are top are Mesdames Martin Bloch, vice president; row (left to right) Mesdames Leslie Altmann, Milton Levinsohn, vice president; George Va,corresponding secretary; John 3ura. library entine, president; and George Israel, execuboard; Arthur Kahn. library board; Louis Beltive vice president, ler. recording secretary; Edward Harris, treasOfficers and board of directors of Temple Menorah Sisterhood were installed last Wednesday at the Seville hotel. Chairmen of the installation bruncheon were Mrs. William Horowitz and Mrs. William Carmel. Mrs. Mayer Abramowi-.z, in a ceremony entitled "Purify Your Hearts," installed front row (left to right) Mesdames Lillian Rothschild, Irving Wechsler, Mayer Abramowitz, Sam Belsky, Ray Morse, president, Al Mechlowitz, Al Schwartz, Nor man Harrow, Lawrence Weston, Hyman Bergad. Rear row (left to right) are Mesdames Philip Jacobv. Franklyn Nankin, Alvin Schlesinger, Herbert Kapiar. [rving Laibson, Moms Smukler. Jewish Women's Body Plans Annual Meeting to Select Slate of Officers Annual meeting of the Federation „f Jewish Women's Organizations, largest bodv of women's groups in Dade county, will be held on Thursday. June 22. 10 a.m.. at the Federation bldg.. 1317 Biscayne Blvd. President Mrs. Milton Sirkin has announced that Mrs. Jean C. Lehman will be chairman of the nominating committee to select a slate of officers tor the corn:!-; j Mrs Lehman twice headed FaA'O. which is made up of 117 women organizations functioning in Greater Miami area in the Ei of philanthropy, education, rel I ion. and community service. Named this week to the norai ing committee are Mesdames William Brenner. Fred Blank. Phuip ORT Conference For Nine Groups \nr.ual planning conference of the Southeastern Florida region ot Women's American ORT was held Tuesday at Congregation \ehudah Moshe. Mrs Joseph Wilkes, region president, addressing the opening session, outlined the national objectives of ORT. as well as of the Southeastern Florida region, stressin-the importance of strengthening the role of the ORT woman in community life." Attention was called to the world wide VI-Project program de. to meet the needs of ORT students in rehabilitation through vocational training." In France the Guardianship and social assistance project has become one of major importance because of the influx of more than 175.000 students from Egypt and North Africa," she said. Under the guidance of Mrs. Harry Rosenthal Mrs. Harold Schneider, conference chairmen. 21 workshops were held, with over 200 w from Dade county's nine cha .wood chapti ing the all-day seminars. Lefkowit2 Harry Platoff, Abraham Shi :>:.. Sidney Schwartz. George Simon and Joseph Wilkes. Attending the annual meeting wiil presidents and board members f the constitutent women's )r g | %  itions, as well as officially i delegates to FJWO from I ID E %  leration of Jewish Women's m zations was founded four ago to combine the woman power of Miami's groups into a -i re effective unit for general tj services, to coordinate their volunteer efforts in the work of the annual Combined Jewish Ap peal. r.\d to "forge a single, unified body j r many groups for the greatest communal good, in all I activities which affect our lives as citizens of Dade county." Mrs. Lehman said her nominal ing committee would meet this week to discuss selection of candidates. Toys for Therapy North Shore 677. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, presented therapytoys to patients at the United Cerebral Palsy Center here. Sophia Lee elfare chairman, an I Liiii :;. president, deliver ed the I



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Page 6-A vjewlst rkriJfon Friday, J une g 1% Jews Warned Against Isolationism Percy Friedlcmder, newly-elected commander of Surfside Bay Harbor Post, Jewish War Veterans, congratulates Mrs. Arthur Cohen, newly-elected president of the auxiliary. Other offirers include Mesdames Mitchell Reiner, senior vice president; Louis Spiegel, junior vice president; Sam Fleisher, secretary; Belle Berman, treasurer; Theodore Wolfe, conductress; Libby Rowan, chaplain; William Newman, auard; S. Perwin. historian; and Sam Schiller, patriotic instructor. Florida Department JWV to Convene; Canaveral Missile Engineer to Speak CHICAGO-(JTA)-Jews in the United States were warned sunaaj against "growing i-olat.onism m Xmcr.can Jewish lite hich seeks 0 disavow ties with Israel and with Jews in other parts of the world. The warning w>"*5 b, Dr Joachim Prinz. president o the American Jewish Congress, ai a meeting of the national governing council, the national polic>-m.,kni :0 dy of the organization .„ %  prim said th;.tnu %  tionisi ideology" is finding nci ing acceptance, particularly among lewish college youth. He said this development 'threatens to splinter American Jewish community lite and to render impossible a fruitful relationship between American Jews and Israel." Dr Prinz defined "Jewish tionism" as "the theorj that American Jews are a self-suffU %  contained reh.ui.Hi> sect which has no concern or identification Jews in other countries or will rael, except p< rhi ps tor philanthro py. ,; He called tor a new relation ship between U S Jewry and Israel based not on chanty but on '-political independence and cultural interdependence While American Jewry s sense of "belonging to America" was beyond dispute, he said, U. S. Jew* at the same time have "both the right and responsibility to express their solidarity and identification with the upbuilding of Israel and with fellow-Jews in other parts of the world. Hand in hand with establishing strong and friendly ties with Israel—ties that must transcend philanthropy— the American Jewish community faces the task creating a meaningful Jewish li that translates mere Jewish survival into positive Jewish living," Drt frim do• dared. The Anwrican Jewish Congress leader said recent statements by certain Israeli leaders indicated a •misunderstanding" of the real situation ol America's 5.500.000 ise the largest Irish history. ;S essing th • jame rights and ,ms as ill American, and liv, 5 ocietj that protects and maintenance f cultura md religious identity. American rewrj constitutes a •voiopment In Jewish ex nee." Dr. Prinz declared. "It leli leaders would begin to recognize this, they would„ longer try to apply outmoded^ 1st terminology to the unique w muni'y that is American JewiJI the 1960*9 "They would understand thtt m do not conceive ourselves a>g ue in a country thai is 'hostile' tojS development. On the contra American Jeware fully intend ed into every context Of Amenta life—social, economic, cull political The desire to upmj one's self from the country birth — while understandable 11 1897 when Theodor Herzl {oreaj the doom and disintegration ish life in th utterly foreign acceptable to \ in Jewr Support S. Africa Republic Continued from Page 1-A nity. will play SOT port in facing the coming tasics as we played our part in ill past national tasks." The South African Jewish com numt) was represented at the official investiture Of the Republics first president, Charles R. Swart. and at a >tate banquet, where authorities provided special kosher food for the Chief Rabbi and other Jewish guests. During the weekend sermons in various synagogues stressed the theme of citizens" loyalties and Government's responsibilities to ensure Ihe well-being of all sections of the country'] udut itants. Editorials in the Jewish ?ri greeted the advent of the Republic. affirming the loyalty of the cm try's Jewish citizens, Jewisitt fairs, the organ of the JewihBoirt of Deputies declared: "Sosik Africa's 100.000 Jews are a settled. permanent part of the Europejc population, enjoying the sane rights and subject to the >a,tie inties as other citizens, and ill accord the Republic the same loyalty they always accorded the I'nw. Loyalty to the state is a precept enjoined upon Jews by Judaic." Some 500 delegates will gather at the DfLido hotel to launch the anal convention ol the Department Ol Florida. Jewish War Veterans Ol the United States, and its Ladies' Auxiliary The convention opens Friday. with sessions slated at the DiLido i rough Sundaj Capt Jessrey S Peiitch. an Atlas missile engineer, will arrive here from Cape Canaveral to address the IS TtJE EICHMANN TRIAL JUSTICEOR REVENGE? No trial in history ha* Inn 1 11 covered ac arefully I ami a* randidh 1 a* the trial of X.loll Fi hinann. Ni% I he **atunla\ Fuelling Port dip behind the headlines and bydines and examines the true nit .1 n 1 n f o( t be I i' b maun trial. You'll barn how 1 lie trial has att led :libooming state of l-i a. 1 • an.l the l>oomhi£ state <>i Germany). llii\ the trial 111.0 drain at UJIU • I1-111 ge the course ol history. ^ by man* Jews are actually willing to free In liinann. \nl wh* Fnhniann may not b the man Israel reaJli want-! Read "The M. a ning of lle Ki-bm a 1111 Trial"' in this week's Past Department commander's banquet. highlight of the convention, on Saturday evening. Capt. Deutch will discuss United States efforts aimed at orbiting a man in space and show pictures of the proposed flight. Also due at the banquet is Joe Barr. of Washington. D. C national executive director ol JWV. and Mac Frankel. lifetime NEC mem her. of Atlanta. i,.t The auxiliary will hold a Presidents luncheon on Saturday, with some 20 reservations already tallied. Ralph Grossman, of Miami, a Florida Power and Light official. is outgoing Florida commander. Mrs Max Rubin is outgoing auxiliary president. Elections will be held Sunday for new officers. Co-chairmen of the convention .ire Percy Friedlander. president ,>f the convention corporation, and Mrs Frieda LeVme. vice president Friedlander declared Wednesday that "the Florida Depart%  ment has made great increases ii membership dcring the past year. The Dade county organization is the second largest veterans' body locally, with ten posts chartered." Friedlander said that one of the IWV reports at the convention will leal with its Greater Miami Jewish Federation activities, "which show .1 20 percent htereasi gifts." He so anticipates 1 department resolution "for an all-out embargo on Cub. Another top agenda is %  Rational Home for Aged JWV members and their wives for which a location has already been projected, '.h a 150.000 gift toward ts purchase Proceeds from the convention will >o to support the Service Office at he Coral Gables \ A Hosp I The Mercantile National makes banking easier for you ft! $ $ $ -;.-* T-^ ;^ a/ •*>* : POST Voted Yiddish Actor Dies TFL AVIV— JTA— Judah Bieuh prominent Yiddish theatre personality. died here this week while on \.-:t to Israel He was 60 rears old. A former act the Yiddish Ar Theatre in New York Mr Bleich was head of the drama department of the Milwaukee Jewish Community Center He W3> born ::. Ternopol. Galicia. and came to the I'ruted States in 1920. 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•"ridcry, Jane 9, 1961 +Jewist) fhri(fi^ti Expect Eichmann Will Take Witness Stand Page 11-A Continued from Page 1-A Iliad frustrated some efforts to pay. it he Nazis winterized trucks for %  permission to let a million Jews %  escape death One member of the %  three-judge tribunal. Justice Binya [nun Halevi, ha> asked the prosecution to reexamine the records of' ['(!,a; proposed deal, to show how! jthe Russians reacted to that pro-; posal. Athe prosecution came near 1 ( nd if its case. Israelis showed considerable interest in some of the documents presented by Mr. Hausner last week, showing the role played during the Nazi re-' mi the former Grand Mufti ol Jerusalem. The Mufti documents, captured by the Allies in Austria in 1945. ; show that the wartime religious leadei if the Moslem's had urged Hitler*! Foreign Minister, Joachim \ m Ril bentrop, to do all he could In frustrate Allied negotiations with B garia. Rumania and Hun gary. whom the Allies wanted to permit Jews to emigrate. The (irar.d Mufti was shown also to have written to the Rumanian and Bulgarian governments, urging them t< forbid Jewish emigration to Palestine and to send them instead under strong, energetic guard" 'o Nazi camps in Poland. Meanwhile, three survivors of the Nazi holocaust — two who livec through the atrocities at Maidanek, and one who had been at the notorious Sobibor camp— testified in the Adolf Eichmann trial here Monday, piling more grueicme details upon earlier grisly reports of Nazi horrors. One c* the witnesses, Yosef Resnik, testified that Nazi army bands played lively music at Maidanek, while Jews were marched to mass graves. "The bands kept playing all the time," he toe the court, "and the inmate! did not know what was going en. At the graves, the machine guns were working all the time." ; know who Eichmann was, until he returned to his hut, Friedman said he noted that it was Eichmann who acted as leader and -asked all the questions program at Maidanek were told the court by Resnik, now'a resident of Israel. A Jew, Resnik was fighting with the Polish army when he.was captured by the Germans in 1941. He told how Jews from the entire area of Lublin, Poland, were rounded up and brought to Maidanek in 1943. On Nov. 2 and 3, he said, entire columns of Jews were marched into open mass graves, while German cards played. you recognize the man Gen"Can here today?" asked Attorney oral Hausner. Friedman took a hard look ; the prisoner iq the bullet-proof. glass-enclosed cage in the courtroom, and replied: '"His features have not changed." F'riedman told the court he was freed, "with other Christians," in the spring of 1944. and warned to forget everything he had seen and heard at Maidanek. "However," he said, 'no Jew was ever released from Maidanek." Mr. Hausner entered a document, furnished to the Israel Government by Poland, showing that about 200.000 Jews were annihilated by the Nazis at Maidanek alone. Details of the mass-murder Ke.-nik said he had been one of 240 Jewish slave laborers forced to build the death factory at Maidanek. After being assigned to huts he and the other "strongest and healthiest" were taken in trucks n the direction of Chelmo. to ar. area known as Vorky Forest. For two weeks, he said, "we did nothing.*' Then the Jews were ordered to "start digging • After removing three spadefuls of earth." he testified, "1 hit the skull of a human being There was a terrible smell all around. We had hit a mass grave. It was 170 meters long, and there were some 10.000 bodies in the grave. They burned the bodies A special ma chine to grind up the bones was brought. The ground material was sifted, and the gold was removed.' Then the ground material was scattered, and grass was planted atop. "One of the graves remained open all the time. Trucks would bring warm bodies which were tossed into this open grave.' Resnik said. "Ultimately, Resnik and three other Jewish inmates managed to escape from Maidanek by digging a tunnel under tie bunker to which they had been assigned. Dov Freiberg, who testified he had spent 17 months at the Sobibor death camp, said he was only 15 years old when he arrived at Sobibor. He said he was assigned to a work detail whose job was to r-'t Hie rm— 1 •??fects of inmates, and some r,mes to cut the women's hair, before the victims entered the gas chamber;. Jewish %  Qfl i : .'..„o.\ according to Freiberg, were%  deliberately misled by the Nazis, being told, though they were only a few feet from the gas chambers, that they would be reunited with their families for work in the fields of the Ukraine. Many members of li:s work detail. Freiberg tol I the court, committed suicide. He said he was on the verge of suicide once but "after a struggle with my. self, i n•/,. %  '-d the idea Cedars Meeting For Bondholders AnoVrer witness. Yaacov Friedman, a Polish-born Jew. who First annual meeting of over "passed'' as a Christian but who 1.200 bondholders of Cedars ol LebW8S, nevertheless, imprisoned at I anon Hospital has been scheduled Maidanek when he was suspected for Wednesday, June 28. 8 p.m.. in Of being a member of a Polish the Dupont Plaza hotel, partisan group, identified Eich! Interest checks will be distribn%  mann as "one of the leaders and ted at the meeting, and a complete planners" of the Jewish annihila-; progress report will be made, in-! Reelect Newman Beth Am Head Robert H. Newman has been elected to serve for a third term as president of Temple Beth Am. Serving with him will be Joseph Altschuller. Barney Bernstein. Albert B. Levine and Byron Cherkas. vice presidents: Milton Russinof, treasurer; Harry G. Gunther, financial secretary; Mrs Herman Brenner, corresponding secretary: and Mrs. Joseph Molien. recording secretary. Those elected to the board of directors are Herbert Blume. Ben Clein, Murray Dubbin, Herman Feldman. Phil Fruitstone. Nathan Gaines, Lewis Gillis. Norman Green, Alan Kessler. Marvin Koffman, Milton Korotkin, George Light. Joseph Masters. Herbert Mintz. Morton Orbach, Harold Pomcrantz. Milton Rapport. Phil Revitz, Maurice Rudnick, Mrs. Joshua Segal. Sidney Schreer, and Joseph Solomon. there's more of everything at BROWN'S FABULOUS JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLUB CATAUNA INDOOR POOL & HEALTH CLUB It's no secret! We pamper our guests—you'll find that BROWN'S is heaven on earth —All Sport Activities—Private Lake—Free Form Outdoor Pool—Elevator Service—Air Conditioning —Delectable Food—Supervised Children's Day { brfftite nttnt^ Camp-Nite Patrol-2 Kiddie Pools. 9w*&,*A HtiEGOlF-2NEWP.G.A. 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Friedman said Eichmann came to th camp as the apparent head of ten SS officers inspecting the installation. Although he did not Going to Los Angeles? eluding a report on construction advancements and lund-raising accomplishments. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will open in the fall in Miami's Metropolitan Medical Center at an estimated cost of $4,500,000. The nonprofit, non-sectarian Institution will contain 282 beds. NEW HEALTH Dr. Woltson in Talk "How to Deal With Your Tensions" was the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf son Thursday morning. 8:30 a.m.. before the Slimnastic Club, on the 10th St. beach. Sponsor is the Miami Beach Recreation Dept. This marks the sixth talk in the new series on "How to Live Happily." ...witfi EVERY LUXURY. Benefit from the health-giving, rodiooclive thermal waters of Hot Springs ond relax In luxury at The Arlington. Bathe away all your aches ond pains due to tendon ond fatigue... .relieve arthritis, rheumatism, ond high blood presure. 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Friday. June 9, 1961 *Jmisii fhr/Maun 500 Delegates See Friedman Installed; Katz Airs Jews in International Affairs Paqe 11-B At a banquet Wednesday culminant?* the four-day 8oth annuaT' convention of District Grand Lodge' 5. B'nai B'rith. Judge Milton A. Friedman, of Miami, was installed district president for the year 196182 at the Americana hotel. Some 500 delegate> gathered from the 101 B'nai B'rith lodges in 86 cities throughout Florida. Georgia. North and South Carolina. Virginia. Maryland and the District of Columbia to attend the event. Judge Friedman has held th' oflice of president of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. was president of the Florida -State Assn. of B'nai B'rith Lodges,-has been awarded the Medal of Honor by B'nai B'rith District 5 for "outstanding work In behalf of the Junior Order of B'nai B'rith.'' and was named "Man of Achievement in the field of Community Service" by Sholem Lodge. Earlier in the day. at a women's luncheon, Mrs. Alfred Reich, of Miami, was Installed president ol District 5 B'nai B'rith Women, succeeding Mrs. Gerald Soltz, also a Miamian. who held the office for two terms. On Tuesday, Sidney C. Kuswerm addressed dlegate, at a luncheon at the Americana. The distinguished lawyer and native of Dayton, O., is tho national treasurer of B'nai B'rith and dean of the Executive body of the Order, having served as a member of the body continuously since LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the undersign* I. deri is to -n-ia tllal :• %  in serves as B'rith NaCurrently. Kusworm chairman of the B'nai tional Commission on Americanism and Civic Affairs. He is also chairman of the American citizenship committee of the Ohio StateBar Assn., chairman of the Ohio State Board t o determine minimum wages for women and minors em-i ployed in hotels and restaurants He was appointed to this office by he Governor of Ohio in 1949. business under the << % %  itlo name ol THK EjUENCH lt.\.; KHOP it lll; Lincoln Road, Miami leai > I loi Ida, Intend tuTegistef^san n • %  with th? i ':• rk ol the i 'Irculi i ouri .• i > ide 1 Vunt) h'torida LE< NOVICE 875 \\ 16th S • Miami bleach, florid MARK s.i.\ KRSTEIN KttOI n.o \ %  .li.-.ui: 120 Lincoln Road Mill no i ...ii ii. i IUI Ida Ot it it a r i c s On Sunday evening. Label Katz., Estate i4th and youngest president of B'nai B'rith. keynoted the 85th annual convention. 1 • |-23-.1II IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52963-B IN RK: Estate i.i TENA ROSNICK |lnni".| NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors um1 All Persons HavIns Claim* i.r Demand* Against Said MRS. CHS'RA LEVI 77. of i74.'i Calais, Miami Reach, died June ::. She came -'leie SI years aco ft-inii I'adova. Jtal\ Surviving are a •on, Renato, two grandchildren and ti. sr-it gran Children. Services Were June 6 in Gordon Funeral Home. MRS. HENRIETTA S. FELDSTEIN 6, of 993 Sw io '... died June : %  she came h. re seven yearn ago from New York and under tinname of Elinor Abbey wrote rad.o SHOW* "Aunt Jennie'' and "Little Sh.ver" as well as productions of "Grand Central Station" and television's "Armstrong Theater." BurvtVing are her husband Michael: wo sows. Including Michael Abbey, nnd a grand hlld. Services were .Line 4 in ILiverside Memorial Chapel, Douglas rd. ABE JAFNEL W, of 4214 Royal Pa ave., Miami Beach, died June ':. Hicame here -" years ago from Liberty, NY, and a is i retired clers y irvlvlng are two brothers, Kamuel and David, and i sister. Servid-s were June .' In f:l\ersld< Memorial Cnapel, Washing'n ive. ARTHUR M. STONE %  •• ol 1411 sw s, c dl -d June I In Appointed to Exec Committee At a meeting of the board of directors of the Pan American Bank of Miami, T. J. Bntar, chairman ol the board. G James Hughes, president, and Wiluam B. Roman, director and le^a! counsel, were appointed to thi executive committee. Bomar served as president ol the Dade Commonwealth Title Insurance Co. until becoming chairman of the board recently. Hughes is currently president of the Chamber of Commerce of the Americas, and Roman has been legal counsel to the Pan American Bank since 1959. hlcaijo. He came here 20 years ago .rom New York and Wus • vales man iger for M.i\ Factor Product*. Surviving are hi*, wife, Shi-ley; tw.. laughters, Mrs. r >i Myers and 'i--it\ Stone, his parent^, Mr. an<" Mrs Theodore Gold* tone I and i, grandchild Services we %  • %  .1 ne ii Riverside Memorial Chapel, Nor•n;nd> Isle, HERMAN L. ALWEISS 72. of 160 i; t.. Miami Beach, died lune i He came h.-r*!.' years ant. in.in Brooklyn, Surviving are two son*, Jack and Edward; a daughter, Mrs. Peggj Fields, i brother and two dster*. Services were i. %  i In Riv>rside Memorial 'h ipel, Washington i\ e. Katz. fresh from meetings last veek with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, of Israel, both in his capacity as B'nai B'rith president ind president of the Presidents' .'onference of Major American lewish Organizations, addressed the delegates on "The Jewish Role in International Aftairs." You are hereby notified and required to present any olaima and demand* which you ma} have against the estate of TKXA ROS.VICK de eased lati .if Dade County, Plrrlda, to the County Judges <>f Dade County, nnd fi'e the -ame in their offices In the Count.Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication h-reo 01 the same will be barred DAVID I-:. AKRAMS Administrator MYERS, IICIMAN & KAPLAN Bj I.e..n Kaplan Attorneys 1150 Southwest First Street Miami, Fla. LEGAL NOTICE MORRiS J. GOLDIN •>9. of 1110 Alton -i.. Mi iml Beach lied June I. Hicafe here ifi years igo from Boston an I was i retired real estate broker S rviving are hi* *-|fe, Annette; %  • son, David; and three -',-rSec) ces were June In iordon 1 ..ri.--.-ii II m .-. IRIS KfllUITZ'N 18, ,,•' ii!.-, Daytoi i. rd M iml Reai h lied .vi i 10 He came he — 11 years tgo from Mew Rochelle, N v.. and was retir I Jews He was ,i mi.iof the Masonic Lodge. Surviving ire his wife Kl'• % %  %  Ices w • June I In :n • %  • .. %  'hapel, Noi %  maud) is •*. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that hundersigned, desiring ti> engage in business under the fictitious name "i KK\ RENDEZVOUS at B84 Crandon Boulevard. Ke> r.i.-ca>ne. Dadt('niinty, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit '•i.irt ol Dade County, Florida. RUSTAV OSCHREY iEOROE, AMES A KlI'Tl.U attorneys for Ciuntav Oschrev 11 r. i s.w First Street Miami 36, I loi Ida 8 >-lB-23-xn NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HKRKBY GIVEN thai the undersianed. desiring to ennatte in business under the fictitious name of >-l MEDICAL SUPPLY at ~l>l S'.W :;7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intendi to resist-s.ii.l name with thClerk %  •f the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JERRY LEWITT Attorney fur Applicant P.O. Box 34-36.7 c.,rai Cables, Florida. •; 9-16-2. M .-3(i JOSEPH M BASS •;-.. of • NK 18" it., No Ml iml Beach, dii •! Ma 10 He can e here j". %.-.ir^ n f-i--i N'ew York and Mas -:-,:. II %  A i ., member of K nights ol '• %  .' S %  • i\ ii-are bis wife, Tiltie; tw.. brothers, includin^ liei Jamln ind •< ster* Sei v i, e* -' me II %  ide Memorl ii Chapl, N irn a i :• Isle. MRS MILDRED ROTHSTEIN ii of 190 NE t'7 ter.. dt-l Ma} %  in St. Louis. She came here Io years ago from St. Lout* ind was > hotel desk clerk Surviving are two sons, Roger and Jerr I er n i her a sister .HI i •• gran Ichiid Ber i were Ma) :. i il Mt Nebo Cemi terj w Itli Itiv'erslde Memorial Chapel in charge IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52661-B IN RE: Estate o( IDA MOSKl WITZ I ..--i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ind All Per*ons Hav| ing Claim* ..r t>emands Against Said .• ite v ire herebj not fled and required to prevent any cla n and demand* which you mas have against the estate "i IDA MOSKowITS! deci ised 'ate of Dade (' luntj Florida, to the ludges if I lade 'ount> and lie the same in their of(icc* In the 'ounty • 'ourthouse in I ide I I'liit Florida, within eight calendar month* • %  the date ol the I r*t puhll hereof, or the same II be barred. GERTRl'DK C.REENIS PACI. KWITNEY Attornc) • 12 Lincoln Road Miami Keuch 3 Florida 8 i1 6-2 1-3(1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTICB is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in luslne** und-r the ficiii.inami ol MODERN FRUIT SHIPPERS No : i1521 WASh --i t %  -11 Aven -. Miami i. ii. Irrben-I to register -a d name with tiie Olerk of the Clrc lit >ade 'ounts h'lorida, GEOR'JE ZIMMERMAN I.ecu. II: ZlMMl •' \ S VON ZAMPT & KRAVITZ \ttoi nej > for Vpplii u |n" Lincoln K id Minn Beach, Florida 8/9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 61C 5924 \ i:i:N' >.\ ARLEN McCALL, Plali VlARJi >RIE Mi ALL, Defend ml SUIT FOR DIVORCE You, MAR.K >Kli: McCALL. 12X1 McNeill; Aveni Pittsb irgl ;'.nn-> Iinl i. are notifie I to serve copj of v..in answer to Divorce Complaint llied against IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5594 IN RE; PETITION OH RICHARD WINTitN GASTMAWN Tor lh.-,rdo"|,W,,ii of* ULIZABRTH ANNA ANDERSON, i minor. NOTICE OF ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS r< i JOHN I AVID ANi>i-:itsoN i o I ;.-t hlehoui Star! Con tany Snai row point i >i\ Islon Baltimore, Mnr> land You are hereby notified thai "io ibove-named Petitioner, RICHARD VVINTON CASTMANN, has filed a letitlon In the aliove-styled court f-ir he adoption of the min r child named '.herein and you are squired to show in-.why the .-amphntild not io •r i in...I h.\ nervliiB mr written defenses, ian> ipon SHEVIN I'.M.W ,v II'-1.'/..MAN. Alornej for Petitioner RIi "H v i:u WIN"KP\ CASTMANN. SW Seybold Rulldlna, Miami ; %  .' Horidn, and ny filing the original thereof with the 'lerk oi .-aid Court; on or before June ;0. 1M1, otherwise a decree ma} be •ntered against you grai I %  : taid idoptlon, WITNESS m.\ hand and the seal of -aid court at Miami. Florida, thia 26th day of May, 1961. E. U. LEATHKRMAN, Clerk, Clreuit Court, Dade County, Florida se.ii By: HELEN KHSSUCR 1 leputy Clerk G."i-S-I6-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5544 fAMKS DISTEr'ANO, Plaintiff. VS. PHYL18S ANN DISTKFANO, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PHYl.IS'S ANN DiSI'KFANC 12". Mapiewoini Avenue Gloucester, Massachusetts You PHYLISS \NN DISTEFANO ire hereby notified that a BUI of complaint for Divorce has been Lied against you, and you are required to serve a copy -i your Answer or Plead* ng to the Bill of Complaint on the .laintifr.Attorney*. ST01riglnal Vnswer or Pleading In the office of he Clerk of the 'i CU I I on or lefoie the 30th da> of June, 1961 If on fail t" do •. ludament %  • default i ill he taken againsl %  i or the re'ief demanded In the B I il i !om>l i i"t Thl* II %  %  • i. • i i'ih %  i %  "•' >acl w %  ek I >r ( %  %  m -• cu l\ w eeks In THE JEWISH IL< IRIDI VN DnNK AND > IRI 'F.RK i i M ami, Florida, th:.J.;t • i Maj x i >. I96| LBATHERMAN, • n'rt. I 'a.I e • ',.i.ir i Florida Hj HELEN Kl SSLER I lepul %  1/2-9 l-M i: R i 'ircuit i' i neal• iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 52527-A IN RE Est ite of JOSEPH RANDAZZO D.-i .,-, .1 NOTICE OF PROBATE .'•I'V-i.u I rVs i: %  THE STATE OF FLORIDA For Your Convenience... Once-AWeek Evening 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 4:30 pm : :: •' • : I 'One of (he Nation's' -. Oldest and Largest" j0ade Federal JAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI JOSEPH M UPTON, President IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52972-8 IN RE; Estate of ESTHER WEINER SCHNEIDER I Li-1 -e-i. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons Ha\ Ing clam..or Demands Againsl Said I ttatnte: You are herebj not fled and n q %  ed to present an) claln and den an I* Which i.ni may have against the estate of ESTHER WEINER SCHNEIDER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the C >i nty J udges ol Datle ('ounty, and rile the aame In their ofrices In the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight cilendar month's from the date Of the firs: publication hereof, or the same win be i ..: red MAURY .1 SNYDER Exec II %  RICHARD A II Attorney %  :,ni Sej hold B Id .Miami S2, Floi I 1/9-16 ney, ci < •;: i-: NICHOLAS. 1218 N V\ 7th Street, Mlumi, Florida, and fill original • %  Cler ol thl* i 'ourt on or before in i 17, 1961, otherwis* complaint 111 be c mfessi >1 b DATED June 6, 1861 K i; I.I: ITHERMAN. rier .. ,.-,.i:i Ks '••! CAVAP.AR1S l>ejutj •; %  %  .... 10 ATTENTION:— Rabbis, Cantors, Syna^ue Counselors ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE AVAILABLE AT ALL HOURS Prompt, Courteous.& Confident! SERVING • JEfferson, UNion, Highland and FRanklln Far Information Call FR 3-5581 NOTICE 3V PL'9LICATION IN THE C'RCU:T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. -CC 5'96 THERESA 1. B • 1NES • M.BERT E. BARNES IVfend in SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti %  VLBERT E Rfi RNES to Caldwell >"• et Lake I leorge, New ^orh You ALBERT E BARNES are hereby notified that a K 'I of Complain! for Divorce has been file.1 agalnxt you, and you are req ilred to wrve %  your Answer or Pleading to th. Bill of Compla nt on the plaintiff a Attorney, ANOELO A. ALL 00 Alne|S Building, Miami 33; Florida ami file the ordinal Answer or pleadlna in the office of the Cl*rk of the Circuit i'ourt on or before the 6th of July, IMl if you fail judgment bl againsl you in I..V .I, fiult will be taken for the relief d.-m inded i the !: *" '•'' '' '"' '' ''"' This notice sh ill be p ihlished m each week for tour consecutive weeks THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN pnNE AND ORDERED at Ml iml I 1 day of June. A.T>. %  H !RMAN • %  ,. \ N %  \Y. •. \. %  \ VLI %  f-%  .. ... IN THE COUNTY JUUUE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 52680 IN RE: %  •• %  Ite of Si il. ZII IN 1 1 .. eas i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors in I All P •:Having Claim j or Den ands Against Said Extate \o\ .HI i • .i of v ir • hereb} notified ii ( reiulred to pi nl anj %  %  ,n ihi< h 11, or ..i-i,..r ol • %  :. maj !'•'• Bg the ... ,... ,: Zion. de ise-i lute • %  i.., i.. • ,unt\ Florl i. to I ,,,.„,.,., • | Ke s i : iiunt>. ,n •• In the r .... n Dad •lorld n el months he dite of t %  ''' % %  iminds to c >n iln the :• %  %  i i "' ilma %  %  • Dresented is af-i • lid '" .... !..i: r .' I •;,I Mil A.D 1961 F.LIZABETH P 7. "• As Exi %  Uu*t Vi TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IM THE !•:.I'ATE OF SAC DECEDENT. Vou are herehyt notified tl %  i written Instrument purpurtlng to ^"io last will and testlimen' it I dent has been admitted to probn n .-aid i 'out t Vou ire herebj manded within six calendar months from the date of the first p ll on of this notice to uppi I uI I 'ourt and show causi my you ca n, why the .-i %  % %  • %  %  it) J idges o ;.,. i Com Florida, for pro* ,-• sal i Final R nnd I t, i • %  •' %  i %  -, %  %  \ N >N '.%  THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52925-C RK Estnl M.I'N VNDER El. I use I NOTICE TO CRED'TCPS All %  redltol* iiu Claims .-i Demands *ga a '' Estate Vou .ire hi r. hj notified an r ,..| to pi-esi in nit) %  win. h vou maj '> • %  ,.,,,. of At EXANDI ,.,i late oi Da le Count) i %  to ti„. Count) -i ulg. and file the same in thi I offl %  %  I tna Count) • 'ourthouse In Dade Florida within elshl ca'en i %  mthn from the date of the f rsl pubil ation hereof, or the i 1 1 be burred. NORMAN EIW>N As Executor HARRIS. RtBINSiN \VI;ISSI:L. ESQS At torn.-. > Cade Fi deral I Miami :!-'. Florida r, -i-'r,.'.. :-".o NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.Tl.'i: is HEREBY GIVEN that ... luned, desii Ira to mgage In business undi r the f "ti ms name or FRIEDMAN'S J E W E L R IND \V \TC1I REPAIR %  '"':ton Aven e. Ml iml I .. „ | | r,a .-..' %  the Dad* Count:. K • %  '' • PACL KV \ • % 



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Pcge 4-A > Lt+ist fhridicir Fridcy, June e, i. ^Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Institute of Contemporary Jewry At Hebrew Univ. in Jerusalem By A. FELBER EBREW UNIVERSITY Institute of Contemporary w scientific and scholarly body, whose aims are | FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor r .. ...u:-'. no nan %  -,..%  %  %  %  %  %  -. %  % % %  -; %  '\;" ''• ribem. Avert %  %  | ^ and interpret the basic facts of Jewish life throu With these now organized and available c*, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: O~Y..r.00 L f l -r W Out of Town UPO" Reqi'tt ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 34 Number 23 Friday. June 9, 1961 25 Sivan 5721 A Supreme Court Ruling The United States Supreme Court hes seen fit to uphold the constitutionality of Sunday Blue Laws. highest arbiter of the ol the land has spoki tnd :ans ol every faith must reI the ruling. But persons deeply interested civil libertarian considerations will inevitably feel c keen sense c: disappointment mixed with confusion. No less a distinguished American end jurist than Chief Justice Earl Warren is the author ol the majority opinion, a man of unimpeachable democratic standards. who has time and again aligned himseli with the nation's most scored principles of freedom. If Chief Justice Warren does not see Sunday laws as an infringement on the right of the individual to a genuine expression oi his private conscience and as a srate-subsidized force toward coercive religious indentification, can the civil libertarians who have long argued cgainst the constitutionality of these laws be right in their judgment? We still think they ere. end the opinion itself gives cause for hope that a reinterpretation of the ruling may be in the oiling at some future date. Religion ceases to be a personal matter when the individual is obligcted to adopt a course of behavior not in consonance with his personal beliefs. This is at the crux of the problem which, clearly, will be with us again ietcre too long. world. With these now organized and available to decision-mat bodies, it is soped that the uniting of world Jewry r several^ and on several significant levels, will be made considering 2 thjn it is at present. The sabra is thought by some to be largely oul i' -ympa-Jiyni his fellow-Jews abroad, failing to understand that !.-., roots of pryday Israel his own immediate roots, lie in the Diaspora, nounmuch he may believe, correctly, that his true origins go fir backn th. ancient history of this country. one of the chief reasons for this want of undcrstandiB| | b, been sted. is lack of knowledge of what iv happening ,i.,\ Jewry overseas and it ithe main purpos< the :• : ssible the filling in of this gap. institute commenced its activities at : c{4( ar under the direction i f ] jfos lev ; Theological Seminary absence for the purpose. Th ...'. • ci mmittee that indue 1 j £ nities and Social Science a CONTACTS WITH WESTfRN CONTRIBUTIONS %  •H: STUDENT BODY a ready enrolled a'most i ntirelj Isra %  s th( PhD degn e of nts the < iursi s repr< W .•-•. rn. especially An • Nahui 'ioldmann. pr< scholars in the Instil lev ish life — what are the i iting I rcesb> this particular time, but ah ears %  The work i : the Institute covers both t.. ( lurses are being given • structures! ems asp cts of contemporary .*• Studentsk# BA degrees %  lied fields — histosy. ••. %  :• T'-rapb. lucation ar.d Hebrew and Yiddish literature— as a s< ect leading to the MA degr< [nsti re ted to selected aspectof sh life .'• %  •raw cent >. the sul cts including demography oi ••• -h pe-jpie.the -•• Jews ;n the Diaspora, the Jews in differeni oat ula> ies their cultural and intellectual life, their inter-territorol a tutions and undertakings the destruction of I pean Je^rj and • %  quen( i .-.: d similar topics. AMBITIOUS PROGRAM SET fORTH ALTHOUGH THE TERM contemporary' refers i particular to ^* conditions in our own time, the study of each subject includes.of course, learning about the period in which the 1 • **•* > conditions were laid Thus, study of c "IB the I'-SA from the iir>t years of the 20th centun I Ruseae Jewj from the beginning of the Soviet regime, of S 1 trom the er.d of World War I. and so on. An ambitious research program is contt: universities throughout the world. |£f TOPICS Of RISIAKH THE ACTUAL WORK of the department has ass '"• students preparing for the MA %  ** ^ Jose interest to Jewry, such :. e : igtt Spaii "Polish Jewry Under S inoChristian Groups in Israt experience of the events icequate faculties. As the modern buildings c; up durlnq tne months ahecc friends of tire Academy :an anticipcte the continuation t.cnn: rrchievement within the ;: .decls. Welcome to Florida JWV Jewish War ida v.ill hold eterens • v -... aracter of the preseni ections the recording • .r people i v '• for • itenaJ has been obt; Kaph Nee \ irk City, on the Kehilla mo -.-Vrv States rl Locker, former **ency Ex< Agency political her outs:.. I are Di who will a.\e inl ^rations agreement Joseph S : executive of the Ura •he Americao Joint Distribu: Beach this weekena. its annual convention on M ~— -.ir years. ~*&* "OUnty :::.-.: ;:v c: tne crqcnicot.cwill be well represent* the gathering. The scheduled appearance here -• sile expert trorr. Cop* Ccncveral tc ns man-m-spece program symbolises the IWVi conunuing concern for DOlogical achievements -^ they rei in these ser -n o. RorldaDe rcr a well-rounded assorrmert side: a notewortr Dade • welcos >s A :0£)$ CfNTfS Ai$0 WVOIVIO ^LL THE MATERIAL obtained in interview! see* ogists artri historian,bastort* ant addit. ograi .,b< occupied with wl : eont< mporary Jewry H. • hat is going or t the world A D cti had. underth a biblic ts will be nt' ') rts abroad i the Ins il



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Friday, June 9. 1961 +Jewish ihridHcir) Page 9-A Many Germans Feel TV Film Unfair Continued from Page 1-A terlln cither saw some or all of Triple installation ceremonies of the congregation. Sisterhood, and Men's Club were featured last Saturday evening at Coral Way Jewish Center. Here, Norman Farber, new president of the Men's Club, is shown receiving the gavel from Roy Miller, outgoing president. State Dep't. Denies Accord Reached in High Level Talks Continued fiom Page 1-A pensation. "It will fully support moves made by the Conciliation Commission in accordance with them," the State Department declared. At the same time, the statement revealed that President Kennedy. in his talks with the Israel Prime Minister, "stressed the importance ol Israel's cooperating with such efforts as may be initiated by the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission." The State Departments statement, issued by Lincoln White, its press secretary, reads: ""On May 10. the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine issued a communique reporting that it had met that day to (( nsider steps which could usefully lu taken in the fulfillment ol" its responsibilities pursuant to the General Assembly resolution—the ise number of it is 1604 (XV) 1 April 21. 1961. and relevant : i \ ious resolutions. These resell '.ions envisage the solution of the I t Mine refugee problem through Proceeds for Veterans vish War Veterans Post and Auxiliary. North Shore Post, will I a card party at Temple Ner 'tainid on Wednesday evening. Proceeds are for the veterans rehabilitation program. repatriation or compensation. "The United States Government has consistently supported these resolutions, and will fully support moves made by the Commission in accordance with them. Now. in their brief informal meeting in New York. President Kennedy raisce with Prime Minister BenGunon he subject of the tragic plight of the Arab refugees, and stressed the importance of Israel's cooperating with such efforts as may be iniated by the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission. Since the Commission's endeavors have not as yet taken precise form, and since in any case the responsibility lies with the parties directly concerned as they may be assisted by the United Nations Commission, the question of an understanding between ihc President and the Prime Minister as to specific solution did not arise." (The New York Times reported Sunday from Beirut that President Kennedy sent letters of goodwill to the chiefs of state of the United Arab Republic, Saudi Arabia. Iraq. Jordan and Lebanon about ten days before the visit of Premier BcnGurion to the United States. Although it ""id not mention Mr. BenGurion's visit, the message was meant to reassure the Arab leaders that the meeting between the President and the Israeli Premier did not alter the United States' relations With the Arab states, the Times report stated.) elfort by the International Bed Cross. The Red Cross will act as he programs or heard about them. an in,tl '" ll; "y between the West oils by the Allensbach Public pinion Institute indicated that nly two-fifths of the viewers retarded the presentation of the Hit er period as •correct." Twenty icrcent said they regarded the erfes as presenting an "incorrect" dcture. Police Chief Arrested DUSSELDORF — i.lTA)— The arest of Wilhelm Doering, 43, bead f the criminal police in Siegburg, n charges of possible participa.on in mass execution of Jews in tussia during World War II. was mnounced this week by Josel Duf•ues. North-Rhine Westphailia Inerior Minister. Doering is the sixth police chief n the West German province igainst whom criminal proceedngs stemming from wartime acivities have been opened in re ;ent months. The Public Workers Union, which tarted a campaign five years ago igainst former SS and SD officers n the North-Rhine Westphalia polce force, reported that at least 30 •uch police officials have been sus>ended and some have been arrested. + Globke Case Closes BONN—(JTA)—The Bonn Pros•cution Office announced this week that an investigation against Dr. .fans Globke. State Secretary to 'hanccllor Konrad Adenauer, had >een closed. A six-month investigation had failed to verify charges by Dr. Max Merten, Nazi wartime administrator of Salonika, Greece, against Dr. Globke, the announcement said. Merten had accused Globke of having had dealings with Adolf Eichmann. the former Gestapo colonel now on tria) in Jerusalem and of participation in the exterm ination of European Jewry. Victims Get Compensation BONN —(JTA) —The West German Government this week asked the International Red Cross to act as disbursing agent for monies granted persons behind the Iron Curtain entitled to compensation for having been victims of Nazi medical experiments during the war. Germany has no diplomatic relations with Hungary, Poland. Rumania or Czechoslovakia, where many ol these victims now live. The West German Foreign Office said that it will be helped in the thus making aid possible for per sons residing in countries which do not maintain diplomatic relaGerman Government and victims, '.ions with the Federal Republic. Travel ire %  Book Review Tuesday Rabbi David Rosenield will review "The Faithful City." by Dr. Dov Joseph, at a luncheon meeting Of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at the Ritz Plaza hotel Tuesday noon. Gerson S. Miller is chairman of luncheons. Is Life Insurance a good investment? It depends on what you want from an investment. 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Page 10-B +Je*1st fhridiar Friday. June 9, 1951 t V a 1 t 1 As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Floridtan will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You.'' P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the na~e of the Bar or Bas Mitzvan, date and piace of the cere non home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Mark Schweitzer Harold Feit Bruce Koniver Michael Slein Marx Zaikin Howard Friedman Howard Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Friedman, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvan during Saturday morning services. June 10. at Beth David, with Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiating. The Bar Mitzvah has been on the Honor Roll at Ada Merrill Junior High four times this year, and was elected secretary of the Student Council. He plays viola m the school orchestra and entered a math graph in the Florida Science Fair at Dinner Key. He is a member ol the Junior Red Cross and Future Teachers ol America, and hi> hobbies are stamp collecting, baseball, table tennis and bowling \n open house in hi< honor will be held at hts home. u SW Miami .,\e. rd.. Sunday afternoon. Mark Sokol Temple Beth Tor ah will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Mark. son of Mr. and Mr.-. Irving Sokol. during Saturday morning services. June 10. with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiating. Mark is a seventh grade student a: North Miami Beach Junior High. His parents will host the Kiddush lollowuig services and a reception at the Club House in the evening. I. Jay Lipowsky Saturday morning services. June 10 at Israelite Center, will include the Bar Mitzvah of 1 Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lipowsky. 1S20 sU 33rd ave.. with Rabbi Morton H avsky officiating. IJ is ., seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and at•• ads the Center's religious school. \ social hour in the auditorium follow the ceremony. • • V Sidney Peppr. jr. ^abbi Solomon Schiff will l ite at the Bar Mitzvah ol > toej son of Mr and Mrs Sidney A Pepof 1600 SW 16th ave., Saturda> morning, June 10, a: Congregation Beth El. Sidney is an eighth grade student ..• Shenandoah Junior High. • • a Rosv Browarnik ROSS, son of Mrs. Dorothy Browarnik. of No. Miami, and Moe Browarnik. of Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, June 10. at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. \< ith David ;iers.>.: and Sheldon Steinn dating. The Bar Mitzvah .a studei North Miami Junior Huh An Oneg Shabbat will be given Fridaj Howard Friedman Mark Sokol Sidney Pepper, jr. I. Jay lipowsk* lass Browarnik Bonnie Sermon evening in honor of Ros< birthday, and the Kttdtifib following services Saturday to celebrate his Bar Mitzvah • Ronnie Btrman Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Ronnie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berman. COBURN AND MIDDLEBROOK INCO*PORATfD Mutual Funds Specialist ARNOLD H. PERLSTEIN ARTHUR H. PADDOft SAU.Y G. PADDOR E. STACEY HAUAM 235 N.E. 79th Street Mianz J* PL 4-3515 during Saturda) morning services. .'v:e 10, at Temple Jud Rom -. nth g nor I nt at Ponce de Leon Juni ir attended the Tern. Hebrew an I Sundaj for four years His rill host the Kid in h:honor following the ceremon> • • Harold Feit Mitzvah ol Hai Id son of Mr. 3ni Mrs. Melvin Feit, ill take ;•!. (i lurii Saturdi y morning services, June 10 al Kneseth Israel, with Rabbis David Lehrfield Alexander Gross incipal of the Hebrew Academj Harold is a se • ( Hebn A.. It will receive the Ner Tamid. est r rd in s InBar Mitzvah 1 Bruce Koniver Temple Emanu-El will be the site ot the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Harvey, son of Mrs Mae c Koniver, on Saturday morning. June 10. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. Bruce is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior Huh and atl the Temple's religious school He i> a member of Miami Beach Little League. A reception in his honor w ill be held Saturday afternoon at the Koniver home Marc Zalkin Bar Mitzvah of Marc son ol Mrs Ivy Henzel and Dr Martin D Zal km. of New York, v ill be cell ed during services at the Tem pie Beth Torah on Saturday morn hine 10. with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiati Mark :> a seventh •'udeni at North Miami Beach Junior High and plays in the school bai A reception in his honor will be given Saturdaj evening al the Club House > Mark Frankel Saturday morning services. June 10. at Temple Menorah will include the Bar Mitzvah of Mark, .-on of | Mr and Mrs. Sol Frankel. 9760 Bay Harbor ter with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Mark is in the graduating class ol the Temples religious school, %  ..iten.iNautilus .!'.;r.:->r Hig I Dinner r< cepti n 1:1 his h n >r will he held s 11 ir 1 ij 1 %  % %  • the Diploma! Joseph Aronesty Dr. Irving Lehrman 11 ,: the Bar Mitzvah ol Joseph Na1 of Mr an I Mrs A! sty, lurin \ Satui servici J me 10, at Temple inu-EL Joseph 1 %  '' %  entl student M Fishi : th< T( .. %  Hi is an ac( -• clarinetist ..; ar.i bowling ;.his hobby. He 1t!i %  rec.;': av ard in math< matii ai writing a; [da M. F shei Junior 1. and is a nember of ... Sc< ': Vi erica A rec ption in r w ill be at bis home Sunday. • Michael Stein Temple Jtidea will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Micha •; Mr. and Mrs. David St< ,1 grandson of Jacob Gottln day morning. June 10. with Rabbi Morris skop officiating Michael is a seventh : j | at Ponce de Leon .1 and has attended the T brew and Sunday scl : S. Mr and Mrs Stein w Kiddush following servic< or ot their son and the ..; niversarj t Mark Schweitzer itzvah of Mark Mrs. Robert Sen >'A I9th St will be ol .:.. si rvices Saturdaj 10 at Beth Da\; I Norniun Shapiro offieiati ;> Mark is a seventh gra v ,.; .,• ,i, ( ah Junior li he pi iys clarinet in | member of the draalso attends Beth David ,• >ch. at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Sweet Sixteen for Susan Schneider Sweet Mxteenth birthday luncheon for Susan Schneider on Saturday. June 3. at the Lucerne hotel given by her parents. Mr and Mrs Frank Schneider, of 1000 N Shore dr.. with grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. B. I Binder, beaming approval. Guests among the younger set were Carol Greenberg. Nancy Frank. Joan Balough. Joan Feldman. Nancy Dneben. Ellen Miles. Michelle Oka. Tope Barg. Minn Buchsban. Audrey Markowitz. Mar tha Homier. Arlene Silver. Mary Marchand. Carol Waldman. Carol Snyderman. Karen Schwartz. Arlene Houser. Joan Tepper. Bobbi Zaretsky. Kathy Steinbera. Barbara Pomerantz and Rita Brenner. LOVING PLUMBING CO. L.ce"*ed a"ob too large or small. FREE ESTIMATES AWja/ank Guaranteed HA t-ail r OX 6-25S4 ADDITIONS & REMODELING HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALS PROBLEM REMODELING EXPERTS • HA toons • PATIOS • KITCHENS • BATHS • ANT ADDITION H4A i IAN* FINANCING ran PUIIIII IWltl WE GIVE YOU HONEST VALUE 10 MISLEADING PRICE QUOTATIONS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED CA 1"4922 BLUE CHIP CONSTRUCTION CO. 1*—. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 8-4994



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elewish Floridian e 34 — Number 23 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, June 9, 19bl Two Sections — Price 20* 'ENFORCED TOGETHERNESS'-STEWART Ugh Court Upholds mday 'Blue Laws' Majority Opinion ASBINGTON—!JTA)—The Supreme Court of the United States ultrl against the right of Jewish merchants to transact retail sales ndays by a new decision upholding the "blue Laws" of PennsylBdassachusettS, and Maryland. Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote the controlling opinion covering _JL I^J!.'. four cases testing the "blue law> Si D Grill i S Speaking for a majority ol the Su preme Court. Justice Warren said that "we hold that neither the statute's purpose or effect is religious. Agreeing with the Chief Justice were Justice Felix Frank furter. John Harlaa. Hugo Black. Tom Clark, and Charles E. Whit taker. Administration Denies Gurion Understanding 'LARGE MEASURE Of ACCORD' PAGE SA CHIEf JUSTICE WARREH not religious WASHINGTON — UTA) The State Department issued a state-1 ment Monday, emphasizing tha*. | 'the question ot an understandlabbi Cited tRLD —(JTA) — Rabbi Martin tnburger, spiritual leader of BerJ n's 960 Jews, was awardgold meial of the Patriotic >r of Merit, one of East Gere's tcp decora'ions, this week, lark his 65th birthday, which celebrated earlier last month, tcording to Jewish circles in Berlin, Rabbi Riesenburger honored not so much for his in Jewish affairs as "for the %  ty he has shown to East GerCommunist leader Walter Ulit." Rabbi Riesenburger has le pro-Communist declarations since he was appointed Jewish itua) .'eader of East Berlin in Justices William O. Douglas and Potter Stewart dissented. Justice Stewart felt that the rulir.T discriminated against the rights of Jews under the Constitution. Justice Stewart said in his dissent that "Pennsylvania has passed a law which compels an Orthodox Jew to choose between his religious faith and his economic survival. That is a cruel choice which I think no state can constitutionally demand." De Gaulle in Lavish Fete For B-C and Israeli Chiefs By Direct Teletype Wire PARIS—Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and President Charles de Gaulle, of France, were reported by official sources to have had "complete understanding on all subjects" during 70-minutes of conversations Tuesday. It was understood that the two leaders reviewed Franco-Israel relost rrembers ot East Berlin's It was Justice Stewart's conviction that "this is not something ish community are in their lateral can be swe & under the rug ard seventies. After their and forgotten in the interest of en forced Sunday togetherness." He said the impact of this law against Orthodox Jews "violates their constitutional right to the free exer cise of their religion." le.s triences in Nazi concentration ips ard periods of hidden ille|ty. most are too tired to care it polities. Outside of East lin, there are only about 600 frs remaining in all of East rin.iiA. including a congregaof ICO Jews in Leipzig. Justice William Brennan agreed Continued on Page 10-A lations. France's attitude in con' %  nection with the next General Assembly, opening in September, at which the problem of the Arab ; refugees will be reviewed again. ; 'he Middle East situation within | the framework of the cold war, and j various Franco-Israeli ties. The two leaders met twice, once before a luncheon given by Gen.' de Gaulle in Mr. Ben-Gurion's honor, and later after the luncheon. I At the second session, only Ami bassador Walter Eytan was present. ] serving as translates The French President called Continued on Page 8-A lausner Prosecution Reaching Final Week; ichmann Expected to Take Witness Stand V Documentary Relieved Unfair BONN — (JTA) — Public opinion Is of West German reaction to (television series on the Hitler indicated this week that many Iwers considered the grisly pro1ms uniair. The 14 documentary programs, scribing the Hitler era to its cole provided many Germans. fclicularly the younger generally first chance to see the %  Mul details of the Nazi treatt"t of those who opposed Hitler particularly his Jewish vieThe series shewed wholesale votings of me-, women and lildrer in Poland executions in ancentration camps and sim}*r atrocities. Most of the films ere from Nazi archives. [An estimated 80 percent of the pits of West Germany and West Continued on Page 9-A JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The Adolf Eichmann trial, begun Apr. 11, entered Monday what is expected to be the last week of the prosecuSouth Africa Jews Support New Republic JOHANNESBURG—(JTA) — The official position of the South African Jewry toward the South African Republic which was established this week was made clear at a meeting of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies in a declaration by the chairman. Dr. Teddy Schneider, which was endorsed warmly by the entire board. Dr. Schneider said: "Looking back over 51 years of the Union of South Africa, we see that the Jews here have served the country in all fields. The religious services which were held in our synagogues and temples during the last weekend, with special prayers tor the welfare of the Republic are a measure ot the Jew's faith in between President Kennedy and Israel's Prime Minister D Ben-Gurion, as to a "specific i tioc" cf the Palestine Arab ret problem, "did not arise" during 'he talk last week in New York between the two statesmen. (Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. prior to his departure from New York for London, told reporters that he had reached "a very large measure of agreement" with President Ken nedy with regard to the solution of. the Arab refugee problem and that President Kennedy had a plan for ,he solution of this problem. Ho added that if the Arabs would accept this plan, "there will be a solution.") The State Department, in its statement Monday, referred to a communique issued on May 10 by the United Nations Conciliation Commission, and emphasized that the U S. Government has con sistenrly supported the UN reso Miens which envisage the solution of the Palestine refugee problem through repatriation or cornContinued on Page 9-A entered .vionuay \wiai is> r*jjrtit-u iu uv m*% %  -•> mm ••< %  ^.^-.v.*a HUM... %  ui mr ,/.- .-< IUI.H >u tion's presentation of its case against the ex-Gestapo colonel, charged South Africa, his identification with :.. J: .:_.. .i.. ...skiiotinn nt K t\M\ niv\ Curnn.'.tn Jaw* under the the hi*t interests of the land, and 1,1.11 ^. |<> -v .. w. ..— — CT— with directing the annihilation of 6.000.000 European Jews under the Nazi regime. So far. 63 sessions have been held by the court, 83 witnesses have testified, and nearly 1.300 documents have been entered as evidence — all presented by the prosecution. Dr. Robert Servatius. chief of Eichmann's counsel, has stated repeatedly that the accused himself will take the witness stand after the prosecution's detailing ol its case has been completed. io. in connection with the "trucks for lives'' deal proposed by Eichmann to leaders of Hungarian Jewry. Testimony, thus far, has shown that some British oificials Continued on Pge 11-A the best interests of the land, and the rededication of the entire Jewish community to help South Africa in every way possible in the future." "We take off our hats to the past, and we take off our coats to the future. Difficult times may lie ahead. But we, as a commContinued on Page 6-A Kenneth Oka scored a record sweep Tuesday with 8,052 votes to become Mayor of Miami Beach. New vica mayor is Malvin Englande;. See story, Sec. B.) Attorney General Gideon H.iusntr. heading the prosecution, was expected to begin showing a series of films captured by Allied armies, bringing out details about some of the Nazi activities at Auschwitz and other death factories. Dr. Servatius and Eichmann himself have already been shown these motion picture documentaries, put on film by the Nazis. Another line of documentary evidence likely developed by the prosecution this week shows what Soviet authorities did. or failed to Protest Visa Abuse by Adolf's Son By Special Report the State Department evidence of anti-Semitic propaganda dissemiWASHINGTON—An investigation %  nateiJ H1 Washington by Nicolas of the use of an American visitor's ] Eichmann. He is here "under the visa by Nicolas Eichmann. sjn of excuse of writing a book, compeni Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann. sa ti on for which, presumably, is 'to spread anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi: comm g fr ,, m j ac |{ Anderson and/or propaganda in the United States has Drew Pearson, employer of Anderbeen asked by national commander < Mn I L. Feuer. of the Jewish War Vet grans of the U.S.A it was revealed here. In a letter to Secretary of State Dean Rusk, the veterans group sent Feuer told Secretary Rusk that "When we permit Nicolas Eichmann to use our press and other public relations media as a forum ard opportunity to conduct unAmerican, anti-Jewish, and pro-Nazi propaganda, thereby facilitating the commercial exploitation of this Nazi aberration by syndicated newsmen seeking profit through 'sensationalism', w* distort the -mage of the United States ." Feuer pointed out that "N Eichmann, 25 years of age. has not Continued on Page 7-A



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Page 4-B +Je*ist ncridffrr Friday, June 9, iggj 500 Attend New Academy Dedication; Label Katz CaHs for Community Support Some 960 p" <. rnerstone cert S the new Hebrew Academj Mr and Mrs. Chart seated the c< le on whi is inscribed their nan The new school, sche lie I to rece the Academ> s I 9'.8-6th st. Miami Beach, will i on a site at 24th tree dr Th< Sunday ceremoi .. minated a > bat! \ %  .tag rezoning I -• %  ites v ith < cials Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prini. tpal of the school, re the hardships the Academj suffei ring the past • ears finding a site for thi school buildings : %  is its 300 lents Louis Merv itzer, chr.:r man >i the building campai nked contributor^ to the campa -: Bowling League Has Dinner Fete deth David Bowling Lear.ie will have its annual genera! meeting on Wtdnesday evening at the eongre_..'ion. Nomination and election of oncers for the en>uins year will take place, as well as selection of nmer teams. The league plans to meet throughout the summer ry Wednesday evening at I'm\. : sit) Lanem Miami. Goes' STJSS**' was Labe 1 Kati, international president cf B'nai B'ri*h. In a stirrirq address, he eared open "the leadership of the Jewis^ community of Greater Miami to extend finarciai assistance to its only Dsy School. Only the Day School can -jrovlde leadership that is intelligent, kncwledoeafc'e, informed and committed to positive values," Kati declared. Spi aking of the corn-.-: %  this is • •^ositi'. e a mi< v ;<> oi I : ii education sh >uld be position • rity in %  A.parti .:'_-.:':' M %  :.. witz cf the first five graduates of the Hebrew Acadt mj Sej m wr 5| ite. and Miriam W eiss treasurer of the Student C A I i" honor %  •'. Mr i n Mrs %  ,K-. was held at the Fcntameb'Aaj hotel. I ng th< dedication Leonard Ro—. if the b ard of directors, was chairman of the ij Additional pledges amounting to more than S50.000 giving the Hebrew Academy a tol 5750.000 in pledges Among the many cop.rat ilalory telegrams received was one from Dr. David S Andron. first president of the si %  !: %  Pioneer Women Set Boat Ride Final pmgram fir Pi r ^ en's Golda Meir Club ; -^ ride Sunday. 5 30 ;, i p^.. CitJ Yacht Ba.-.Y '. £ Seven Seas, with %  „" and refreshmentK Mrs Pearl K; ? j;rmj( and Mrs Abraham .-• ^ Rescue Fund chair? ,. eat marked all proceeds I .emeu a Heir's Child Res ;0 -.a PRETTY AS A PICTURE FAVORITE PARTY TREAT! frsli and f*n fixing I D i • \ • %  I i i i % %  r> ••x / v %  .••;-. !_:•• %  • ..._... i • %  • %  .': %  • pint of I %  • %  : • %  ." •• tugni %  ,....., • >,,j, r beI •' %  • •. %  • %  %  • end %  l ong f-,,.. : • : • • 1 %  I %  • I Energy-Rich Dromedary Date-Nut Roll "Refuels" Active Youngsters Someone %  %  %  MI< ri athe i • •• %  %  ma< hine—a i harder of a> u\e ihildrei will readil; ichool. at plas-en • t.n around —the a^rrage as lo hai keeping in motion, a sp<*> }..r burning up rnergy, • .i quenl i uam rrt ng j. ih • ftaUi t g ralOC or panir\ door *iil clo% attest. Like anyone entrusted *iih the care im! maintenance of a pu~ piece of equipment (human oi *t), most mothers are con,-i rned in t %  ( the fuel that teplenihcs then jotmgscers enctg*. 'High-Octane" Nourishment This is one of the major I vtn delk H Di Daie-NiH Roll rate* right at th-top of t 1 ai i ii>< ol auick e!ierg\ at *na. kc.rrr or a an ideal enrrf-> !:ft in mii!* a temptingly >holc-ome treat, rich in Natutt Otm prrf-ct source of q'.ml go"poer "'— the nutrition* sweetness of dates, whuh. unlike other sweets roners instantlv into usable, csOMial energy HU^JMU buiU lm g up •itt the bods.^ ( I • I suth UIM • • in Pa' N it R ;n \ i im M tied tins foi %  •• r is. it offers 11 [age of st i lo i ii Simp • p and k i( on ^ .. hi 11 i' %  — I %  ith jam %  • tour faa %  ingdesseit: or can vithatrine same or brai is a part) inat for sophil H -S. Variety of Kosher Treats Of particular imp':!.!; mam households wm i laws '-rrred is (he faa that Dromi) %  Nut Roll.m *ell as the other D %  11 (J^are all Mil kashet Produced under the constant supenriss t the I m HI <.f t>i • I \ 1 %  > th ( %  'ii• \ %  i me D \ Roll. ( hocolate-Nui R< -II %  adO HJ N II K %  ill Jispl^v t'ie > I v al that is the Jew .'i hometnakci s guide i" >U ple kashiuth Thei ar> featuied at lead< mj fi. y % % %  :...:. Cia• Herman K Go::; v as the maternal gr Mrs Benjamin Gold-" pat ml r.dparents. Mr and Mrs Um Schragger. all of New the great-grandparen:Mr and MrMichael Dickler I Sea Yotf City. # 0 ajrV & % # 0%<| &j #**#** 657 r^ *^ ~ v reasons Wm%*0 (give or take v ^ "" ~ a few dozen) for serving ^ ^^ Heinz Kosher %%#€P% Vegetarian ^ "* ^ Beans toni S ht „_ WtW 'Look on the label for the seal of THE UNION of ORTHOOOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


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Friday, June 9, \%\
Moon
Race
By MAX LERNER
President Kennedy's request for seven billion or more to rocke
a man to the moon wa< in itself less important than the mood it syrn
bolized, which informed the whole extraordinary message to ton.::.-.
It was the mood of all-out effort to win the intelligence race with the
Communist world.
In the days when the moon was beyond mans reach it was a dressed bv lunatics, lovers and poets and was a symbol of romantu
futility, fodav the notion of landing a rocket on the moon is just arouiu
the corner of"possib.litv. and for a nation to use the moon as Urge
means stretching itself to hear a little more than it can comfortably
bear.
Doe it mean that America will spend itself into a decline? I don I
think so The idea that Russia can spend the American economy into
bankruptcy will have to be abandoned both by Soviet optimise and
American'pessimists. In a competition between the twu economies the
advantage belongs with the Americans, just as the advantage in a
propaganda competition is with the Russians.
-to- tt
THE STRESS ON SPACE LEADERSHIP does not. of course,
exclude the dutv of armed alertness. Secretary MacNamaras estimate
of closing the missile gap in two or three years may be slightly low or
slightly high. The trouble with all such estimates is that they are not
superimposed on another time scale namely how many years are
still available at all for the missile race. My guess would be not more
than five years, by which time the nuclear weapons will have spread
into the hands of less conservative and responsible governments than
today.
The heroic effort should be made in the direction of arms reduction
and control. If we can reach 1965 without catastrophe but have made
a strong start toward arms control, then the disarmament dialogue
should carry the world into the 1970s Once there we can breathe
more freely and spend the 1970s building an effective world police
force backed up by a collective world will.
If the question of sovereignty be raised, my answer is that sov-
ereignty, like love and money and political popularity, is not something
to be hoarded but to be spent. The long range imperative for the nation-
state is to surrender that fragment of its sovereignty which contains the
power to wage atomic war. There will be enough sovereignty left for
each nation to run its own affairs, shape its own kind of society, and
make the decisions on which the welfare of its people depends. The
only thing to be ruled out is the deviltry of atomic warfare.
-is- -it- -*-
SOME DAY A PRESIDENT'S REPORT to Congress will stress
such matters which today seem Utopian but are actually more tough-
winded than the 'practical" matters. As to the political war with the
Communist grand design. President Kennedy is profoundly right to see
its ideological aspect as its most important. Success in the space race
will count for something in world prestige. But what will count for
even more is an approach to the undeveloped nations in the name of
the American revolutionary tradition.
This does not have to be wholly rhetorical. The Wall Street Journal
reports that Administration circles are discussing a proposal to back
up guerilla operations and subversive warfare inside the Communist
empire, in nations which may be as close to Russia's borders as Cuba
is to ours. Note that President Kennedy has asked for an appropriation
for "paramilitary operations."
What the Democratic world cannot match is the zeal and ferocity
of the Communist parties around the world which are enrolled in Rus-
sian and Chinese political warfare and espionage. The anss\er will
have to be in American terms. A youth Peace Corps is a good begin-
ning toward a constructive answer on the same world scale. There
will be other answers to come if the all-out mood of Kennedy's speech
can be sustained by the nation as a whole.
BUT THE CRUCIAL PART OF THE ANSWER is internal to Amer-
ican society. There are many who query how America can best "sell"
democracy to the world, and Sen. Capehart suggested some time ago
at the Murrow hearings that Americans will have to sell democracy as
they sell Cadillacs
Surely the problem is not to sell democracy but to live it. If Amer-
ican! live it. they won't have to sell it. since its contagion will carry it
far beyond American boundaries
The story is about Anniston and Montgomery and Jackson. I can
understand why Attorney General Kennedy feels that the Freedom
Riders have chosen a highly vulnerable time just before the Kennedy
trip to the European capitals to make their great moral test of their
practical rights in the Deep South. Yet it is exactly because the time
is vulnerable that the Freedom Riders chose it. They are askiru the
governors and mayors and police chiefs of the southern area, with its
highly traditional brand of patriotism, how high a price they are willing
to pay in the loss of America's world prestige in order to maintain white
supremacy.
It was not just the faces of some courageous young men that were
stomped into the dirt of the Alabama road. It was America's face.
Casals Contest
Slated for Israel
By Special Report
NEW YORK A distinguished
uroup of judges for the Pablo Ca-
sals third international violoncello
competition in Israel beginning
Uept 23 will be headed by Casals
'himself, it was announced by Sam-
uel Rubin, president of the Amer-
ca Israel Cultural Foundation.
American sponsor of the competi-
tion.
oilier musicians on the board ot
judges are Frank Pelleg, chairman,
Mrs Marta Casals. Maurice Eisen-
berg Mieczvslaw Horszowski. An-
tonio JanigrO. Enrico Mamanli,
Uldres Navarra, Zarra Nelsova.
I \dolfo Odnoposoff, Milos Sadlo,.
Rudolf von Tobel. Sandor Vegh
Competition will immediately t*'i
low the First Israel Music Festival,
a three-week festival ot 25 con-
certs beginning on Aug. 26 and con-
cluding Sept. 18. In addition to Ca-
sals, who will both play and con-
duct, participants will induce a
distinguished group ot American
musicians:
Maureen Forrester, Eugene Isto-
min, Darius Milhaud. Leonard
Rose. Alexander Schneider. Rudolf
[Serkm, Isaac Stern, and the Buda-
! pest String Quartet.
Israel will be represented by the
! Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and
the Rinat Choir.
Men's Club
Plans 'Splash1
First summer meeting of the
'Congregation Yehudah Moshe Club
I will be held.on Sunday. 10:30 a.m..
I in Popiel Hall, preceded by break
i fast.
A splash party will be held Satur-
day evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack August on North Mi-
ami Beach.
Newly elected officers of the
Men's Club are Herbert Comm,
president; Sam Berke, vice presi-
dent; and Dr. Abraham Pemsler,
secretary-treasurer.
Religious School
Closes Year
Beth Torah religious school will
j close the school year with a "Jun-
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j from 8 to It p.m.
Sponsored annually by the PTA,
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! key Bob Gordon, of WQAM. as
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On Sunday morning, 10 to 11.30
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}-age 12-A vJewist noridfan Friday. June 9, j^ JVS Here Gets National Approval has Jewish Vocational Service had its counseling services approved by the American Board on Protessional Standards in Vocation ounseling, and is now included in the Directory of Vocational Cmmselinu Services, 1961-1962. The directory contains intormation about approved vocational counseling services whose standards have been carefullj reviev ed > the board. een functiomn | %  95I afl t two JVS has -MM' New Beth David Congregation officers are seated (left to right) Frank Rose, financial secrotary; Phillip Schiff, president; Harry Simons, treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Herbert and Lewis Sternshein, vice presidents. Not shown are Emanuel Smith, corresponding secretary; Sam Ostrowsky. assistant treasurer; and Charles Z. Spingarn, assistant financial Sher, Sheldon Kay, Daniel Serott, Max Silver, secretaiy. Beth David Congregation Elects Schiff; Aronovitz Steps Down from Presidency I'hillip Schiff, Miami attorney of the law firm of Dubbin, Schiff, Berkman and Dubbin, was elected to the presidency of Beth David Congregation at the annual meetWt SPKIAUlt in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 1789 Biscayne Blvd. ing of the congregation Tuesday evening. Schiff. a member of Beth David for the past 15 years, came to Miami in 1945, after having served four years in the infantry, where he attained the rank of major. He has been active in the affairs of Beth David as a member of the board of directors, executive committee, and auditorium steering committee. A former president of the Isaac Levin Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Schiff also served as co-chairman in the Young Adult Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, and is currently a member of that organization's attorneys committee. Elected to servie with S were Sheldon Kay. Danii I S I ti rl Slier. Max Silv< r and Lewis Sternshein, vice presidents; Emanuel Smith, corresponding secretary; Frank Rose, financial secretary; Harry Simons, treasurer; Sam Ostrowsky. assistant treasurer; and Charles Z. Spingarn. assistant financial secretaiy. Sidney M. Aronovitz steps down Miami Hebrew Book Store 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues, Schools & Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th St. at 103rd Ave. TU 5-1689 "The South's most beautiful Jewish Cemetery" Coral Way Branch Office HI 4-9849 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Tour MEMORIAL CONSULTANTS "Serving the fell Community Bxclurively" STUDIO and OFFICE 3249 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-2157 from the presidency j i ars in ofi c< Elected to serve with the over board membi rs I ir thi ears w ere Oscar Ars, ri r. 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Page 2-B +Jeist fkridt&r Agency Reveals Women's Division A new Women's D.\ ision of Jew i>' Family and Children's Service will-be launched at a desert coffee at the home of Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein. Rivo Alto Island, at noon on June 20. Purpose of the division will be to act as an educational and interpeiative tody designed to inform the community of the many services offered by Jewish Family and Children's Service. It will also help supplement the JFCS cut in budget. First project of women's unit will be to bring back into action the discontinued Homemaker's Service program started by the agency two years ago Under this program, social worker's were trained to enter homes of families not able to manage without an emergency homemaker. and to take temporary charge during illness, hospitalization and other disruptive family experiences. Mrs. Bernard Stevens is chairman of the Women's Division. Mrs Irving Fell is chairman, of the June 20 membership coffee. Membership will be open to all women in the community interested in Jewish Family and Children's Service. If you like JNF Council Presents Awards •'By supportiru the vital. lifegiving program provided by the Jewish National Fund, a common bond and a sphere o: unity are established which e:nbiii£e every shade ol religious and political affiliation in the ranks ot our people." Rabbi Morton Malavskv declared at a recent JNF Awards Nighl held In the Fontainebleau hotel. of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. Rabbi Maiavsky told the MR. 4M0 M*S. UlBtWMAN Liebermans Mark 53rd Anniversary Golden wedding bells will ring i t-T Mr and Mrs. Harry Lieberman. of 9317 Byron ave.. on ijuly 2. By that time, they will be in Wilj mingtoi. Del., with daughter and son-in-law, Laura and Herman Handloff, who are planning a party 1 for them at the Dupont Plaza hotel there. While in Wilmington the Lie bermans will see their grandchildren. Stuart 11. now getting ready to leave for camp. Robert, and Su: san (Mrs. Marvin* Nathanson. Mrs. Shapiro Fetes Mrs. Rycus Guest of honor at a farewell luncheon given by Mrs. Esther Shapiro at junior's on May 31 was Mrs. Goodman Rycus. who lett for Detroit with her husband on Tuesday to attend the wedding of her granddaughter. Brenda K. Rycus. Showering her with orchids, good wishes and happy landing were Mrs. Harry Fuerst. Mrs. Morns Alpert. Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. Irving Westin. Mrs. Lillian Edell. Mrs. Isador Rudo, Mrs. Sarah Shapoff and Mrs. Aaron Grus. of Atlanta. gathering that "the futility of those who seek subterfuge and anonymity in order to avoid Jewish responsibility is in the final analvsis tantamont to swuiie Zev W. Kogan. ex*cutiv director a* the JNF C*urol here, made the presentation of awards "for outstanding accomplishment during the past year" h> Mrs. Nathan Bookepar, Mr. nrf Mrs. E. Duoerstein. Mesdames Robert Garber, Max Hecht, Sarah Jurkowitz. Joseph Karz, Louis Marcus, Sylvia Meyers, Miriam Press, Julius Rosefstein, Wolfe Shkia-r, Ida Wessel, Isaac Donen, and Sam Schachno. Dr. Morton Robbins. national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, presented a JNF plaque to Jacob C. Fishman. vice president of the Greater Mi ami Jewish National Fund Council, "for his many years of dedicated service." Awards in absentia were made to Mrs. Jacob Davis, recording secretary of the local Council, for her accomplishment as Tag Day chairman, and to Mrs. Abraham Mason "for her many years of devoted work on behalf of the Jewish twnal Fund." sh A musical program i nt Mrs. Joseph White and Fredenka Vastel. accompany, the piano by Mrs. Sara Math* National Official Fefed Southgate group of Hadas5ah • fieers and board of members a dinner party honoring I speaker Mrs. Marcella Rube', tional consultant of Hadassah' Southgate Towers. Mrs j ack bin. program vice president, m charge of the evening. KREPLACH ^CHEESE,. Ravioli IN SAUCE You'll love M CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian favor created by famed Che f Boy Ar-Dee. Ter.Jer little macaron' p>es... fiVed with tangy Italian C u eese...Simmered with savory torr.jto sauce and cheese...seasoned the rea' Italian way. So rruzh tastier and easier than tbe frozen knd. So much thriftier, too—costs only about 15c per serving! Schwartzman is Speaker "What a Jewish Education Mean.-. Today" was to be the topic discussed by Louis Schwartzman. executive director of Bureau of Jewish Education, at a meeting of FlaalerGranada Jewish Center on T>.ur>. day at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Gerald Lerer directing the question and answer period Following the talk. TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit in this fine tea..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas* lire with your fleishigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment... 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Friday, June 9. 1961 +Jmi$i) fkridrftn Page 7-B %  l a y nan y ours, i, £M Zi JHAT is the high fashion forecast f( r summer? Thai is a question many of you readi rs have been asking — especially those who plan to do some traveling. A summer at home means basically a relaxed, casual wardrobe. Several swim suits; smart combinations of shirts, shorts and Macks; a few pretty sun or patio dresses: a lew dressier cotters, silks or linens: plus at least one new elegant party dress This summer, like many before it, will be one for seeing the world — and being seen. The chic world traveler will far outnumber the stay-at-home. Today's woman no longer haphazardly collects a make-do wardrobe. Today, she logically selects her wardrobe by careful planning, intelligent investment, and a high sense of quality. A summer suit that is crisply comfortable on a jet liner, yet Will give warmth in Scandinavia. Russia or South America, should he first on your wardrobe list. They are to be found of imported COttbn, firm and deep textured •^h for almost any summer climate. ^ %  HESE suits are also wardrobe stretchers. With an extra ater, or >oft chiffon blouse. thej can go many places. Your luggage weight problem is minimized by careful accessory planning around your basics. Summer collections of the top designers are as extensive and detailed as their tail and winter collections. They are more and mere aware of the fashion needs HAND PAINTED PORTRAIT IN OIL 8"xl0" $9.95 Portraits will be hand painted on silk from your black and white or colored photograph or clear snapshot. Your photo will be returned to you with the portrait approximately one month after order is received Photo to be copied should be not larger than 8"xl0" and head and shoulders of one person to a photo. Remember the better the photo you send the better your portrait will be. I enclose $ i (o which pleas* have Mend Painted in oil on Mid Portraits as follows Complexion Color of clolhin 9 Name Address Cay State CHAR-LEE TRADERS P.O. Box 45-112, Miimi 45, Fla. e global traveler, and their collections reilect this stimulating trend. Coming into many local shops will be sauve silk coal dresses, both silk and cot lor. coat costumes, jacket dresses —all with a touch of global elegance—along with day dressing in arresting yet functional fabrics. The Samuel Winston collection. Specializing in Formats Coc^uul Gowns and Bridal Attfrl PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY Open Monday Mitt Til 9 H3rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER Optm /Monday ond fi'iday Mi to Til 9 designed by Roxane, is featuring a series ot dresses made of beautiful printed and bordered silk squares which were created < penally lor them in Eur pe, These dresses pack lightly, and are appropriate for numerous occasions. These silks are quite distinctive, and are to be considered as conversation pieces An easy and natural silhouette is being followed this summer. Most of the waistlines are normal, with a few slightly lowered and a few following the princess line. There are also many shirtmaker types—with a wide variety of fabrics available. Cottons, brocades, silks, and organzas are used in this highly desired styling Skirts are either full or pencil slim. A NOTHER trend for summer is ^ the efficient yet light inner instruction. The basic silhouette and fabric carrj these collections. Even the necklines are lovely and iieii-tiieky. For cocktails and evenings in capital oi the world, exquisitely embroidered and beaded dresses are required, Many of the far-flung places in the world produce the patient and artistic handwork which enriches these gowns. Summers are no longer the time of year when designers lake vacations. Today's summer ward robe is as carefully planned and complete as the winter wardrobe. Fabrics and styling vary, but the important fashion picture is still presented. Miss Stober Weds Physician Miss Cynthia Ann Stober, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Stober. of Boston. Mass., became the bride of Dr Joseph Bennett WarShaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Robert Warshaw. on Tuesday. June 6. in Durham. N. C. The 4 o'clock ceremony was performed by Rabbi MV Guest of Honor Guest of honor at a luncheon was : Mrs. Max Rubin, ol the Auxiliary o l the Florida Dept. ol JWV. She'll be honored tor "outstanding work with 12 auxiliaries in the stale" at the DiLido hotel Saturday noon. Folk School Closes David Pinski Folk School was to Wei net K;. In. MRS. DAVID BUCHWALD A short evening dress of shaded blue chiffon etched in a carefree pattern of matching sequins and paillettes from Samuel Winston's summer 1961 collection designed by Roxane. The neckline is scooped deeply front and back above a rounded skirt. A small scarf ties a light film of chiffon over the shoulder. Jewelry is by Hatlie Carnegie. E. M. Rosenzweig, of Chapel Hill. L ]ose lor the summer Thursday and "• C. i„ he resumed in September at new Buchwald, Ross (liven in marriage by her father. : | l a 1< ll; rUrs ** ^'^v". ExchdllCie VOWS e newly-wedded Mrs Warshaw ffriculum will include Yiddish, E Xtnumje WWi th wore a silk organza princess gown with cathedral train, scoop neckline and cap sleevi s of alencon lace reembroidered with seed pearls The shoulder-length veil fell from a cap of matching lace, and she carried white and yellow sweetheart roses. Mrs. Eugene Davidson was her only attendant. Best man was his lather, and Dr. Robert II. Peter and Howard Warshaw. his brother, served as ushers. The former Miss Stober is a graduate ol Duke University where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theia. social sorority, and Phi Beta Kappa, honorary. She is also an alumna ol the Katharine Gibbs School in Boston. Hebrew. Bible. Jewish history, and i Jewish and Hebrew sor.gs. Registration will be lor children six years and elder. Scholarship To.d For Memorial A $500 scholarship in an Israel agricultural school has been donated by the Pioneer Women's Club in honor ol the late Mollie Wittner. The announcement was made this week at ; % %  memorial meeting in tribute to Mrs. Winner, a member of the Pioneer Women's Club lor 20 years and volunteer for Israeli Donna Lynne Ross and David S. Buchwald were married Sunday, June 4. at the bride's home. 2300 SW 26th st. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at the 7 o'clock eeremonv. which was followed by a reception. Daughter of Mrs Belle Ross and the late Irving Ross, the new Mrs. Buchwald chose a gown of chantilly lace and silk organza, and carried orchids on a Bible. Her sister, Nancy Joy Ross, was her maid of honor. The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Joseph Buchwald. 2365 SW 21st ave.. and his brother. Robert Buchwald. served as best man. The new bride attended Miami projects. Mrs. Lillian Halpern. daughter Senior High School and I Mrs Wittner accepted the cersity of Miami. Her husband also tificate announcing the award, and graduated from Miami Senior High Her husband is a graduate of the donated $50 to start another scholarand (he University ol Honda University oi Florida and received ship. Members contributed anothThe young couple spent their his degree in medicine from Duke er S80 to get the project on it* way. honeymoon In Nassau. University. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. Alter a honeymoon trip to Jamaica, the young couple plan to live in Rochester, N. Y., where Dr. Warshaw will intern at Strong Memorial Hospital. Choir Director Beth Torah Congregation Seeks Choir Director for fRIDAY SERVICES and HIGH HOLY DAYS Call M. Tann.nbuurn Wl 5-5371 CAMP SKY-TOP in The Beautiful _._„ Blue Ridge Mountains ilJIiH ROSMAN, NORTH CAROLINA DWT CANTOR JACOB U. GOLDFARB, Co-Owner Director ;„ Addition to R< •• %  -•' Sf %  I iculum Canto v Ma\e A B. Mitzvah Classes Under Rabbinical Supervi For information write Cantor Goldtarb. 17320 N.E.11th Ave.. North Miami EKach. Fla.. or Phone Wl 7-.JOt> — LADIES!! THERE'S A MAGICIAN IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD Room, Board & $15 Per Week ; To Woman in Her Sixties in Exchange for Cooking and light Housekeeping for Elderly lady Day a week off. Call HI 80235 WHO CHANGES OLD FURNI7UM INTO NEW.'fff • AT HALF THE COST OF NEW • HE CHANGES LIGHT WOOD INTO DARK ft DARK WOOD INTO LIGHT PLUS 3 EXPERT UPHOLSTERT IN ALL FABRICS MARSICANO BROS. 7345 S.W. 8th ST. CA 1-8219 BABY SITTERS Reliable and willing Coral Gables Students RICHARD GERTMAN, 17 SUSAN GERTMAN, IS MO 1-6441 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 16 N [ 6th Steed. Miami, flood*



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H9HflHSHfjranBjnHHnB|BE rrn* %  Jewto9iFk>rkfl&r> Fridoy, June 9. 1961 Oka New Mayor; Englander Second record nti Ii .1 ingli 1 • 1 ,i,, ., 1 nun* 11 >>> in Kenneth iii and protected hla ••• y. inoid ol i< < ru-.ful election* w.'ii ,7-i? voi' .. Incumbent Coun ,...>. Wold. COhtn won no(h %  iw.' vm lni, blin.8B4 10 %  |i 1 %  %  • I %  "•. 1'" Ii, • main nil) %  i\ 1 him I he ,, 11111 il I he I" 1 *••'> i,. n !> l.< v I'owell v 1 inn 11 1 11 -i •• wuii 1 I V il .. 11 SAND ELL ^3 Strictly Kosher Catering • Ei? M TZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 COLLINS AVENJJE MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PS. UN 6-6226 Ph. UN 6 5272 Open Fri., Sot., Sun. !>c 4 to 0 p.m "THE ARISTOCRAT 0 = KOSHER RESTAURANTS" CATERING FOR ALL OCCAS 0\S AirCond. |JN 6-6043 ** Pork Under Orthodox Vaad Hakasiruth 940 • 7Ht Siteet 1 n I I llei V \. \| 1 1 .11 .1 \l !i i|)()| U II' ,\ ,, ,i w ll.> pitlll il 1 |,e. 1 1 11 Ii in. ll, .11 \ uleiiiaii, ,,1 In R. Levy. 18, Oi Miami Beach Senior Hiqh School, re, e v0 < h ise i %  deral Si holarship Foundation awuid ol $2,000. „„ lud ig $500 annually I01 Ihe next low years, liom George Valentine, vice president, Chase Federal. Scholarship is to : ,. uvoi tily i I Miami. Irvin Katz, principal, looks on. Leonhiqh in 11Senioi Clasa and was president of his Home Room, membei ol the National Forensic League, Stu:;, mot Board. He will use the ihip lo help deli 1 medi" al 1 oun e expense 19 Acad. Students Graduate Wednesday; Beech High Principal Will be Speaker RIVIERA lift RESTAURANT SMORGASBORD $1.89 ALL YOU CAN EAT! M S • %  THURSDAY. 5 P.M. t 5:3 I M SERVING DINNERS FRIDAY NIGHTS & SUNDAYS ( ,;,•..' ',.: %  \. %  .:> U %  1 • 1830 Ponce tie Leon, Corner Majorca, Cera! Cedes For RescrvoCons cell HI 8-5441 Ciesra Saturdays nil. 1 i1 .-,1 .' .' 1(1 meiil 11 ... 1, .1 ., n| liclli : I 1: \ %  I !, uth 11 eiilile IIIJI |i ,i,.i mil 1I11 mhel mini! .... nci'i '''"• iall> • m ., 1 \\, .ii:. 1 \ 111 ihe %  Flaqlcr Federal Starts Building I III do\\ illmv II Ml II ne Iii .in ikm %  hapc II % %  I 1 I • new %  M\ luill.l I! Ill I NE Ut ; \ ue\l IV. I 1 \ .'. .. IUM\ ll is pi 1. di ni at t lag 1, 1 1 .u .. ..1 .is pi eaident at .-.. itew n Bul•• 11 oum il, l'*..i H Maiki ailed i'r event ti> r Mi at ma|oi breakthrough in 11 r .' the dew 1 town ai ••• (• • at • dilapldat ,-... b 1 vs iil> new anai • li-vtti : in. 1p.1l ol Miami I huh Si llool, will r 1 :. ,11 hm 1 1 Ihe Moon I iii. Junior Hi li ,1 .,.,,.,. "i llr In eM 'i %  on W etlnc da> v\ c llll I 1 : I lot I I ,ii m Indents 1 '•! "iv injj II hiivo been ut tending the \i ad< in) siiu e first II ade 111 :.' Kabhi Alexander S 1.1,' inn ipal The following models will be awarded Huiing the ixercitea: Rota .'i>i Samuel Rlttei icholar•ln|> award Rose and H.iny Goni llihicw studir-. aw.ud, Louis Mi'iHiin'i kalutetorian .iw.nd, Samuel Reinhard Bible award. .mil Aiiiiiiiif award. AKo 10 be preiented are mathematics, sci%  %  1. <• tar vice a nd 1 v 111 b .w .11.1 s, •nd %  < journalitm award presented by The Jewish Floridlan, I Ii e Snli 1 ) Appol Menional lo make w >\ lor .v %  %  • %  %  he Redd rtl 191 1 and ihe Ri ihe r move \ rVedeial wei t Miami t and Met 11 11 ll.i\ -. ..',. %  ceri i ,. '. %  > iru award for 1 harai ler 1 i\ en annui llj lo 1: hill gradi will als. i„ ,.,, enti .1. ai I he Americanism ,1 in iwo 1 -: 1, ihi I-. •: ssa> on "Whal mi erae> Mcai • 10 V1 w ill be pn ~, M'.-.I b> I he diami Beach Elks ml 1 Craduati an Da\ I x Shlomo 11. <'.ian Roberta I >i< man, Jack L Farbt r, Miriam < %  %  < %  1 %  anci 1 Urei nb< %  :.. 1; l Katz, Joel M K I iren h, Jet r> S Ki amer Bernar I Lipman di .1 Lipman, Da\ id Knoch Liu hins. Bernard Arthur Mason, Arthur Hi ink. Joan \anc> Saltz, i" \l. Slernstein, Sholom Eliezer Sti ieher Vlarlrm w and Edward Zemel, HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON end PONT KOSHER CATERERS from fcors d'oeovrei to a complete buffet 170 N. W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 9 7996 Under the Supervision of the Beth Din of Grecier Miami OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS TED TO SENSATIONAL Ocean ant & Ocean-View Rmi A Every Other Rm — .f PB CE NONE H GHER i. 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'liday. June 9. 1961 +Jeisii Meridian Page 3-A Record Gathering Anticipated at ZOA Dinner Here Slating Sir Leslie Munro fn, ,h e T is anticipated Medicine and Science in Tel Aviv. 01 the Sunday annual dinner of Dr. Robbins has just returned to the Greater Miami Districts of the the JJnited §tates after spending Zionist Organization of America at eight weeks at the Eichmann trial b:JO p.m. in the Deauville hotel in Jerusalem. The dinner will inaugurate the 0m Off. MOBTON KOUttlhS Mortimer May Dormitory at the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School in Ashkelon. Israel, which is maintained by the Zionist Organization of America. The first annual Kfar Silver Award of the South Florida Districts of the Zionist Organization o* America will also be presented at the dinner dance to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin "for their outstanding devotion and work on behalf of the Kiar Silver School." Presentation to the Rubins will be made by Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Enaanu-E). Guest speaker will be Sir Leslie Munro, immediate past president of the United Nations General Assembly and Ambassador of New Zealand to the United States. Sir Leslie will discuss the current world situation with special emphasis on the Middle East. Also to speak is Dr. Morton J. Robbins, of Na.-duia, N. H., national executive vice president of the Zionist Organisation of America. Dr. Robbins attended the World Zionist Congress fti Jerusalem earlier this year as a delegate of Merkos Forms New Committee Florida regional office of the 1 Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch held its first committee formation meeting in n last week. In addressing the meeting, Rabbi A. Korf, regional director, gave a detailed account of tlit work Merkos does all over the world. Kabbi Korf asked that the local committee function as a fund-raising and advisory body on campaigns and -projects undertaken by the Merkos office in Florida. Funds raised by dinners and campaigns will be principally used, the ZOA. and also a delegate to the in support of the international bud-; recent World Zionist Actions Com\ gtt of the organization, including mittee meeting in Israel, as well as I projects in Morrocco and Israel. to the 13th biennial convention of | Funds will also be used on a local i the Israeli Society for History of basis for adult study groups, chils;;/r Ltw: a nd tten ger |" %  Present were H. N. Schwartz. Nathan Ginsberg, 1. H. Kramer, Max Krasno, Abe Aronoff. Aaron Katz. Rabbi J. Chirnomas, Jack Special tribute will be paid at the dinner to Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer May, of Nashville, Tenn., who will be present. May, in whose honor the dormitory to house 36 students, a study hall, and an instructor's apartment, will be built by the Southeast region in Kfar Silver, is a past national president of the ZOA, and is honorary life president of the region. May has also just returned from Israel, where he was a delegate at the meeting of the Wrrld Zionist Actions Committee. Master of ceremonies for the evening will be Jack D. Gordon, president of the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., and a member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. Gordon and Louis B. Rudnick are co-chairmen of the dinner dance. Also participating in the program will be Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Temple Zamora. Coral Gables. A special musical program will be presented. RABBI AlltN RUTCHIK School Students Elect Officers Students at Lear School are making plans for the tall and winter terms, which will get under way next September. First phase of planning for the new terms was completed last week, when the student body went to the •polls'* to elect new officers for the school's General Organization. Elected to head the student body were Eugene Shapiro, president: Rabbi Rutchik To Head Region Rabbi Allen Rutchik. of New York i ty, has been appointed director of the Southeast region of the United Synagogue of America. Program director of the United Synagogue's department of youth activities since 1957, Rabbi Rutchik served from 1954 to 1957 as spiritual leader of Temple Beth Israeli, Maywood, N. J. Rabbi Rutchik was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 1952. following which he served as chaplain in the United States Air Force. Rabbi Rutchik will coordinate and direct the activities of Conservative congregations in Alabama, Florida. Georgia and Eastern Tennessee. In addition, he will superj vise the region's youth activities. j He will make his headquarters in Miami Beach. The United Synagogue is the as. sociation of more than 7 cob Katz. I of Jewish Center Workers at the close of the organization's conference here. 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Friday. June 9. 1961 + Jew is* nor if ton Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CCUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND PQH DAOE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE No. 45831 )M RE: Estate of AM.Y C> IRDASEV, 11.1 >;..%  I. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE hereby ti\en that I have %  ed my F ••' Report and Petition foi [ilntrlbution an I final Discharge as i :\. ( utoi of the estate of And} Coi Usev, de -.. sed: and that on the 20th ,i .> of June, IMl, will nppl) lo the Honorable Count) Judges of Dade Count y, 1 Ida, >r approval of said Final Repi I and for distribution and rib I Re :i> Executol I>I" the %  i>l • • %  above -u.i HI. .i decedent %  j-ii x I6th day of May, 196L i TE AM OMSK V Rxecuti of the Estate of Andy Conlaaev, dade '-* %  • I './.I.I M AN & CDDHSTF.IN Attoi neM 2..,. w n.-iiri^r Bt. y ntl, Pkw la 5/19-26, 6 !•( %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTIflE IS HEREBY RIVEN that t:>e unil-THlf ned.desiring to engage In h iV.nessm:der the fictitious name 01 IVMHiRA BKAl TY SALON at 124Normandy Drive, Miami Reach. Flori I'-, intend to register said name with the CleMt of th Circuit Court of Dftde Count' Florida i:\ A BIRCHAK SO* Owner MAIMAKKV EKES R0 Owner Goldman, Cjldeteln & Puczler Attorney.-! for Registrant* :0 w F:. ?Vr Bt. ,v .1,1. K'Ui.— NB 5-0518 :. '10-26. ** %  <• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRF.BY fllVEN that the undersigned, desirlngito ••imam-. In bll-inesa • :• ler the fictitious name ol FLORIDA PLASTIC PKRMAN1Z1NC CO al 1231 Normand] Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intend.-, to reglstei ... ,i name •> Ith the Clerk of the ClrCourt %  Dade County, Florida. JAMES I,. Mi, DONALD H' >W \R1 %  -: Hilts MI M m n.-y fo: .lame., i. Mac Donald ••! ilUclt} Boulevard ••' mil 38, Plwrld • 5/19-88, •; 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thr undersigned, desiring to engage ii i -li.-kinder the fictitious name ol RFI.IANCK-RBHEARCH RANCH al %  i.'. Douglas Road, Miami, Florida intends to register'said name with the < i nf the Circuit Court of Dade County Fl. r da. IUHKItT RllAl'N Sole Ow ner i -SI.KR. OARS & R< -Til Attorne) f< :• Appll •.nt i %  • -.%  w .street 6/19-26, 6/2-!> IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO C'AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 4935 SHELBY .I CAN HI I'l.KR. Plaintiff, \ B, JOSEPH KTDOLPH BUTLER, Defendant. ORDER TO APPEAR YOC. JOSEPH ltl'i.xn.1'11 BUTLER, General Delivery, Dublin, North Caro, %  i ereby re i Ured to serve a fii>y ni your answer t>> a coroplalni i %  divorce on plaintiffs attorney laude M Barnes, Room S02, n N.E. Ave., Miami. Florida, on or bei • %  >June 20, 1981, otherwise a den ill '• entei e i agu lost you. I' ited • llth la) ol May, If6l. E, • LEA rHBRMAN, Clerk ,,f i lire "t Court. ( lli'.l.i N KKSSI.ER, 'eputy Clerk. :. 19-26, 8 2-9 IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6IC *336 I M \ i: RAN AS, I'liiiutii.. >\\ ARI) BANAS, i 'efendant. ORDER TO APPEAR Vtil' El -\ ARI' BANAS, 1032 Cast, n Th I. in lbera*4>n f*r>dwrli)*t LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UCVKN that Hiundersigned, desiring :,. engage W business under the flctll u name or' HANDY H ASH al 310S N W 1 •• Miami, Kla., intend I i register -am name with the Clerk ol the •:•-' cult Court of Dade Count) i i n I i., CCRT1S S HASTINi .E. DELIOHT HAHTIN S'ole i ) n CAIN .v ISIS Attoi neys lor Applli It:i0 \V. ri.i^l.-i St. -•,. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,, engage In business under the fictitious name of IVANHOE RESIDENTIAL DINNER SERVICE at 1098 N W 23rd St., Miami. Florida intends to register said name with th Clerk of the circuit Court of I'ade County; Florida GOURMET MA+sptfltS. INC By : Herschel G Levy, Pres PAUNCE, KINK 4 FORMAN Attorneys forUourmet Masters, inc. • '.'IL' 'omti • -Bldg. Miami :'.L'. Florida 2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 52T97-A IN RE: Estate of l.ol'is SEIDERMAN I'n All Creditors and AH Persons YI-.<'-Ine Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Von. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of YOU. may have against the e.-tato of LOUIS SEIDERMAN deceased late of Dads lounty, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of I Hide County, and file the game in I heir offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Saul claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be BWOHI to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. I Mted May !" %  AD 1981. MARX M FABER \s Executor of the Last Will and T< -lament of LOUIS SEIDERMAN 1 )e,eased. FABER & MATERS, Attorneys 8 2-9-16-23 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEFD File No. 52164 Notice is hereby given that Nathaniel W. siegei holder a.assignee of City of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 109, dated the 2nd da) of Inn.-, A.IL 19S8, has filed said Certificate in m) office, and has made application for tax deed to issue there in in accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County Florida. tO-Wlt: Lot 1, BlOCk 1, I.ess E St Royal Palm Gardens., Plat Book ". Page 71. in the City of Miami. Count) of I'ade. State ot Florida. The assessment ol sad property urder the Certificate issued u.iIn the name of I'nknown Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue there, m on the llth day of .lun.-. A.D. 1961. liat-d this !'th day of May, A l> 1961. E R LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) B) R. M. LEEfER, Deputy Clerk r, 12-19-26, 6/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl K "'" iO|,l..f.j •! %  ..,I .... ....... business under the fictitious nar I'lUNEER i.l'MBER ENTERPRISES al I160-I00th Street, Ba) Harbor island. Florida intends t register said name with the Clerk of 'he Circuit i "otirt of I lad,i 'ount) Florl la Mi 'SAM C( iRP B.v: M L. Copperman. President MARRY ZITKERNICK Attorney for Owner 126 Lincoln Road Miami 1 leach. Florida r,/2U. 8/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctl'lous names o' of PARK'S REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING Se-RVin-PMM.' AIR CONDITIONING SKRV1CK; PARK'S AIR CONDITION INC, at 710 N.W. 2.,ih Street. City of Miami intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida CHARLES PARKS GEORGE, AME8 & RITTER Attorneys for Cha-'es o Parks 1150 S'.W. 1st St.. Miami r ./2fl. 6/2-9-16 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! •*Jewisfi Fkridlirarr solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4005 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 51937-C IN RE: Estate >l CORNELIUS VANDERWENDE I I, I eased NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO M.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF" SAID DECEDENT Von at-.I ,-:• notlfle I thai a w rll ten nstrumenl purporting to be the last will an i testan enl il al i de< drill has he, n i "' Hi" I probate In „.,[,[ i-oiiii v : ire hereby i immanded Within I '" ,;l h> from the date of the first pel.In of this notice to ippe ir In said I n,,i show cans" If an i • in, why the action of sal I rl Ii i Imlttlne said 'I to pi ,l stand unrevoked CEO ROE T 'LARK, Count) %  B, I., >i> I-" PA -!" iRPIEU>, ,C .1 Sea;. R( IRERT >• '• •'!' %  %  v %  > NN \. tu ne) ;,r. !; %  vr I \l mi: 12, El Plrsi publli %  ; n the 2nd day of J •! „ TO: Vl I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C1URT IN AND FOR DOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 523C5-B IN RE Estate of IIYMAN I.I RIE, '"NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Credit • and All Persons Having claims ,.r Dem mds gainst Bald '"vou are hereby notified and required to present an) claims and demands which vou may have against the ej"...of MVMAN : (TRIE, l-ceased late „',' Dade Count) i to "" %  V""!; the same • mrthous dees of Dade '.id file i„ their offices in the I ouni-, Da i" 'ounty, Plorwithln • %  :!il eal ndar ^months •, ,, ,,. date of il f I pubHcatloB i.. reoi %  barrea. M X M VRALENE LfJRl Hvmai "";";;;' xv M [AN KAPLAN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE CIUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5687 LINDA LEE KFUDVI.o. Plaintiff, FRANK L. Kl'RDYLO. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION FRANK L. Kl'RPYUi Patrol Bqoadron ."6 Naval Air Station Norfolk. Virginia C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are to serve a copy Of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, n RORERT KOLTNOW. 829 West Fiagl-r street. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the Office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before th, 3rd daj of July, 1961. If you fall to do so,'Judgment b) Default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. DATED at Miami, t'ade County. Florida, this Slat day of May. 1961. B, R LEATHERMAN I l.-k of Circuit Court I Mile I ',,i|Ilt\ Flo Id • (seal) By: E H LANWAT, I leputy Clerk II ROBERT KOLTNOW \ i toriu i for Plaintiff -,_•• \\ esl Fla-h-r b'treet Miami. Florida t 1-16-23 NOTICE UNDEP FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY (5IVEN that undersigned, deelrlns to PI IK' in business in ler the I till ms name of i 'i I> INIAL Hi IMES at 21 s iutli Kronie Avenue. Homestead, Florida. %  Is to reginti r .-., Id na" • wiili th, clerk nf the '" %  -•• ill t' >urt ol >aN, Sole i '"ner I DAVID MERMAN Attorney for Applicant .'I S Kronie Ave., Homes-, el I-' i :,. 28 8/2-9 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR O'DE COUNTY. INCHANCERN. No 61C 5417 BARBARA DANNER, Plaintiff, vs FRED THOMAS DANNER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FRED THOMAS DANNER 1200 Mars lai I Av nue St. Louis, Miss Vou FRED THo.MAS DANNER are hereby notll led that i Bill of t' %  • plaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a cop) of your Answei %  Pleading to the I till of Complain' on the plaintiff's Attorney, ANCELO A AI.I. lun Ainsle) Ruilding, Miami :','J. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before the 16th day of dune, isfil. If you fail to lo BO, Judgment by default will tie taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Compla This notice shall be published moe each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JKWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at M iml, Florida, this 23rd day of May, A.D. 1961. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida tee ill B) M CAVALARIS, Deputy Clerk ANOELO A. ALI 100 Ainsley Bull I i %  : Miami ::'.'. Florida Attorne) for Plaintiff 6 26, 6/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARDING HOTEL at 210 63rd St.. Miami Reach intends to register -aul name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol i'ade County, Florida CELEST CORPORA rioN :. Fla. Corp. NORMAN KOI T Attorney for Applicant 180 Lincoln Rd. i $-16-22 NOTICE UNDER .FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N<*1CE is HERFPY fllVEN that the undersigned, des engage in I,II-:IA'Sindei TV %  %  W V v 'V Street intends l .. r r • 111 R\1 NOTICE OT PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6*C 5477 JOSEPH BENEDK i\ Plaintiff, vs THERESA BENB1 •! !T, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: THERESA BENEDIC r 47 French Stre New Brunswick, New Ji Vou THKRKSA BENEDICT ftre hereby notif ed that a BUI il ilalnt for I >l\ i 'oe ha been I • d igainsl > on. an I you ire re iuln d o serve a • ipy of ) tur Answer or Pleading to the Bill of C iniplu :n on i he plaintiff's Attorne (lol Iman. i;,,!,! iteln .< Pacsl : I '•'• Flag Ii r Street. Mlam 1.1 Fli irids ind the original Answer or PI : he office ••:' the C erh il the Clrc lit "our! on or befo i) of lune 1961 If you to do so, n. in b) defaull • %  I ag vou fur th r ; %  i the Bill of Comp • %  This notice e-ha'l be | ni ii A •. k fn four consecul ii e w ei u In THE .11 'M a la IRID1AN 1 K INE AND DRIIBRI %  %  al M iml Florida, this 24tlt 11 of May, A D 1961. E B LEA i H SRM N Clerk, i 'iri ult Court, Dade County, Florl 11 By: HELEN KESWLER, De it) Clerk loldman, Goldstein A Pacsler :•.:: \\. si Flagler St Miami :',*.. Florl i Attorne) s for Plaintiff M g 2-9-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AAON CONSTRUCTION at 4207 N W. 17th Ave., Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the cork ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SAIL MANDELL Sole i % ner 5/26, 6/2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52868-C IN RE: Estate of NATHAN N TRAUMAN 1 ,*, %  a -ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hiving Caims or Demands Against s'aid Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present :inv claims and de mands which you may hive juainst the estate ,,f NATHAN N. TRAl'MAN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the same In -heir offices In the Count) Courthouse In Dad.County, Florida, within einht calendar months from the date M tho first publication hereof, or the jame will he i,ai red FR \.\i'l'.s F TR MM IN, Executr \ JOSEPH A. VON ARX At torne) ".• iL' Blca> tie Building Miami. Florida %  26, '" %  2-9-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52790-B IN RE Estate of JACK MILLER 11........ -...i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi HIS H IVin-: Claims or Denial .1Against Said Estate: Vou are hereby notified and required to present an., claims and demands which you may have against the ,.., tale of JACK MILLER d-CeHswi late of Dad.County, Floral. i. to the Counts Judges ol i ladCounty, and fiio the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade "County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date ,,f the liist publication hereof, or the same id he barred. s VMl'F.L BLANK CFRAI.D S'HELDON MILLER Rons HEIMAN As Executors of the Estateot Jack Miller. De. used MTER8, HEIMAN & KAPLAN By: Louis Helman Attorne) s for Kx. • utors Eleven Fifty Ruildh ^ I1..U S.W. 1st S &f ., Miami. Fla I 26, '". '-M-la IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52588-A IN RE: Estate • BELLE RIFF I leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having I "lalms or I ema nds V^alns • I'.'stal, You are hi reb) n >tl led md d to present anj lalms i'id lemu n Is which v iu may ha tate of BELLE RIFF d isi I ,,f Had.Count) F rl I.I. • • the %  v Judges of Dad • unl md file •ii.. same In the tj i 'oui thousi %  i i '' • • Ida, Ihli eight ilendai %  • from the date hereof or tl n will I e • r e I RUSH • -.; i •' F i -, u .' -i 18 HVRRYV \ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L.AW NOTICE IS HEREBY Ol. N the underslsned, des Ing to emta business inder the fictitious PLAYMATES it Dade I iunl to register said name wltl tl Cli rk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida. STAN BI • %  M AL GADOL f, 6 2-0-16 %  %  Court i | : %  AtTTSSONAfTORNEYS! CORPORATION Of TFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR 3-4005 .